Here are just some of the
obvious Judas Goats operating on
American soil today . . . And there
are many, many more . . .
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. . .Like the
four-legged Judas Goats that they mimic (in return for great profit
and widespread fame), the ostensibly “human” version
of The Judas Goats comes in all shapes and sizes.
. . .Some are big and loud like “right
wing” bombast king, Rush Limbaugh, and his “left wing”
counterpart, Michael Moore.
. . .Rush has been leading traditional
American conservatives — the poor little lambs — to
the abattoir since he first popped up out of nowhere to become the
biggest, loudest and fattest voice of “conservative”
talk radio ever, then branching out into TV-land.
. . .Those who call Rush’s program
to attempt to talk about such “no no” topics as Zionism,
the Federal Reserve money monopoly, or such global power groups
as the Trilateral Commission or the Council on Foreign Relations
or the Bilderberg meetings are sure to get mocked, slandered or
otherwise chased right off the air — if they even get on the
air in the first place.
. . .And although he would no doubt
consider Rush Limbaugh to be “on the other side,” the
truth is that Michael Moore is just as much of a Judas Goat as Rush.
Moore put out his now-infamous Fahrenheit 9-11
film that ignored all the very serious questions about the official
government line as to what really happened on that tragic day on
September 11, 2001 and presented audiences a phony “cover
story” that implied that the Saudi royal family were ultimately
behind 9-11, twisting and distorting very real facts and misdirecting
attention away from where the ultimate guilt for that crime really
lies. Moore is not only distasteful, but his propaganda and disinformation
are as well.
. . .Other Judas Goats are devilishly
good looking, albeit a bit smarmy themselves, like Sean Hannity,
Laura Ingraham and Anne Coulter, all of whose views on the issues
mirror those of big, fat Rush. They are all tried-and-true promoters
of international Zionism and its global agenda. For his part, Hannity
once went out of his busy way to personally call the national office
of The Spotlight newspaper to tell the
editor, a fellow Irishman,Vince Ryan, that Hannity absolutely hated
the nationalist newsweekly. Hannity told Ryan, “I’m
a big supporter of Israel and I don’t like your paper. Take
me off your subscription list immediately.”
. .Hannity has a daily talk show on 500 affiliates on the
ABC Radio Network and a daily one-hour television show on Fox News,
reaching millions of people four hours every day with his pro-Zionist
message. And he’s been rewarded with two New York
. . .Laura Ingraham gets lots of ink
— perhaps befitting the good-looking blonde that she is. And
her rise to fame may be no coincidence, considering the fact that
she started out as an attorney with the powerful Wall Street law
firm of Skadden, Arps, one of whose ruling partners was Kenneth
Bialkin, longtime chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai
B’rith, one of the primary forces for the Israeli lobby in
. . .Anne Coulter, who has been bestowed
the honor of being a nationally syndicated columnist, has four New
York Times best-sellers to her name, certainly more
evidence that so-called “conservative” writers who shill
for the Zionist cause have no trouble getting their books published
and widely promoted by the major book distribution centers.
. . .And then there’s Bill O’Reilly
— another “talking head” promoted by Zionist billionaire
Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News — whose “O’Reilly
Factor” is staple viewing for a lot of good patriotic Americans
who don’t know that they are being led to the slaughter by
a Judas Goat.
. . .O’Reilly has two New
York Times best-sellers to his name, again, as we’ve
said, proving that the establishment publishing industry will definitely
promote “conservative” books if they toe the Zionist
line on the issues that really count to those who reign supreme
. . .So it is that these are just a
handful of modern-day Judas Goats of the more obvious type. In The
Judas Goats — The Enemy Within, we will meet
many, many more, including those more insidious types who are not
so blatant in their displays of loyalty to the powers-that-be.
. . .And there are
many, many more . . .
“What are you doing here?”
the Republican Elephant and the Democratic Donkey inquire
of each other as they arrive on Wall Street to collect contributions
flowing from the coffers of “The Trusts” into
the campaign funds of both major political parties. This classic
1904 cartoon demonstrates that, by the turn of the century,
international financial interests — especially agents
of the European-based Rothschild banking dynasty — had
already gained a clear stranglehold on the American political
and economic process.
Masters Need Serfs
. . .The
masters of the global plantation need serfs who are willing to donate
their first-born to assorted foreign military adventures. Otherwise,
nationalism — which is often a response to oppression, both
perceived and real — cannot be suppressed. And that means
markets cannot be exploited. Since the war in Vietnam, all is not
well back at the Republic.
. . .Real folks are watching real earnings
decline, at the same time that Wall Street gushes over the corporate
downsizing that has stock prices soaring. "Losing your job
is good for us," they're basically saying.
. . .Even militia members now salute
the anti-war protesters of the Sixties, and regret that they weren't
listening at the time.
. . .Without the "communists"
to kick around anymore, some of those who once underwrote Wall Street's
global interests by donating their first-born are now describing
themselves as patriots and populists.
. . .Many of them have taken a fresh
look at the international ruling class, and resurrected a long but
gnarly tradition of anti-establishment, isolationist nationalism.
Much of the political thinking among these new patriots is immature,
and is short on both research and scholarship.
. . .Even so, it still describes the
world better than what's left of the Left, with its self-interested
insistence on multiculturalism and political correctness.
. . .The conspiracy theories peddled
by patriots make more objective sense today, than the reasons they
were given for our involvement in Vietnam did in the Sixties. That's
progress of sorts.
— Daniel Brandt