Left-Right Hoax

"Socialism needs two legs on which to stand; a right and a left.  While appearing to be in complete opposition to one another, they both march in the same direction." -- Paul Proctor

One Party Rule

Republicans have quit the party in droves - re-registering as Independents.  Democrats thought that after they got the majority in congress, their party would represent their interests in congress only to find that nothing has really changed.  The rhetoric is a little different but the agenda is the same.

So What Happened?    


Ronald Reagan was a labor leader during the era when Hollywood was a hotbed of Communism.   

"For decades, historians have debated exactly how Reagan went from a self-described "hemophiliac liberal" to America's leading small-government conservative in little more than a decade. The answer has a lot to do with the years 1954 to 1962, when Reagan worked as the host of CBS's top-rated "General Electric Theater" and served as GE's spokesman." 

Reagan was hired to be GE's spokesman, to propagandize GE workers - 'what's good for the company is good for you'.  He worked for Lemuel Boulware who was a master propagandist - in the same vein as Joseph Goebbels.    

"But Boulware, who had served his labor-relations apprenticeship as deputy director of the War Production Board in World War II..."  [More]    

Who was in Reagan's Administration?    Jean Kirkpatrick, a democrat; George Schultz - his father was a prominent communist; James Baker III - joined Mikhail Gorbachev's State of the World Forum and these are just a few.   Karl Rove, Jack Abramoff and Grover Norquist were products of the "Young Republicans".  Grover Norquist's idol was Lenin - and Norquist's goal has always been to make government so small you could drown it in a bathtub... at the same time breaking the bank on spending - bankrupting our country. 

Reagan - Wolf in Sheep's Clothing, 1986

Reagan 1982 speech to the British Parliament:

“Let us now begin a major effort to secure the best -- a crusade for freedom that will engage the faith and fortitude of the next generation. For the sake of peace and justice, let us move toward a world in which all people are at last free to determine their own destiny.” These words by President Ronald Reagan in a 1982 speech before the British Parliament were the inspiration that led to the establishment of the International Republican Institute (IRI).

In his historic speech, President Reagan set America on a course of assisting those who wanted freedom and democracy around the world. Quoting the United Nation’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights, he stated “we must be staunch in our conviction that freedom is not the sole prerogative of a lucky few but the inalienable and universal right of all human beings.

And Reagan proposed a free trade area from Argentina to Alaska during   which as it turns out was the United Nations - "New International Economic Order" - communist redistribution of wealth through regional trade agreements with a generalized system of preferences for developing countries. 

Reagan Official Announcement of Candidacy for President, November 13, 1979, "It is no accident that this unmatched potential for progress and prosperity exists in three countries with such long-standing heritages of free government. A developing closeness among Canada, Mexico and the United States -- a North American accord -- would permit achievement of that potential in each country beyond that which I believe any of them -- strong as they are -- could accomplish in the absence of such cooperation. In fact, the key to our own future security may lie in both Mexico and Canada becoming much stronger countries than they are today."

Reagan radio address, November 20, 1982  "And here's how we're working to do that: We insist on sound domestic policies at home that bring down inflation, and we look to others for no less in their own economies. The International Monetary Fund, the institution that deals with world financial issues, seeks to encourage its member countries to follow sound domestic policies and avoid government restrictions on international trade and investment to foster economic development and raise their people's standard of living.

We remind other countries that as the U.S. helps to lead the world out of this recession, they will benefit as we buy more goods from them. This will enable them to grow and buy more goods from us. And that will mean more jobs all around. That is the way of free markets and free trade. We must resist protectionism because it can only lead to fewer jobs for them and fewer jobs for us.

In just 4 days, the Trade Ministers of virtually all the free world countries will meet in Geneva, Switzerland. They will seek ways to surmount challenges to the integrity of our international economic system. We were instrumental in convening this international meeting because we believe strongly that our trading system is at a crossroads. Either free world countries go forward and sustain the drive toward more open markets, or they risk sliding back toward the mistakes of the 1930's and succumbing to the evils of more and more government intervention. And this is really no choice at all.

The United States will reject protectionist and defeatist proposals. Instead, we will set new goals and lay out a program for limiting government intervention in world markets. We will lead with a clear sense of our own commercial interests and a quiet determination to defend these interests. We will take actions at home and abroad which enhance the ability of United States industries to compete in international trade.


"It was the Reagan administration that launched the Uruguay Round of multilateral trade negotiations in 1986 that lowered global tariffs and created the World Trade Organization. It was his administration that won approval of the U.S.-Canada Free Trade Agreement in 1988. That agreement soon expanded to include Mexico in what became the North American Free Trade Agreement, realizing a vision that Reagan first articulated in the 1980 campaign. It was Reagan who vetoed protectionist textile quota bills in 1985 and 1988."  [More]

Reagan & Strauss

This is most telling about Ronald and Nancy Reagan.  Who did Nancy Reagan go to for advice and to influence Ronald Reagan on his Chief of Staff?    Robert Strauss - the 'Democratic Political Kingmaker" who had put Jimmy Carter in office.   Curiously, after Reagan followed Robert Strauss' advice to replace Don Regan with Howard Baker, the Iran-Contra scandal blew over.  Was that due to Howard Baker's skill as Chief of Staff?   Not likely.


Ronald Reagan & Robert Strauss


"The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves." -Vladimir Lenin


National Endowment For Democracy

In the 1980's Ronald Reagan signed legislation to create a government funding mechanism to promote "democracy" throughout the world.  The funding mechanism was through an organization called the National Endowment for Democracy (NED). [pdf NED History]  NED is a U.S. Taxpayer funded propaganda arm of the U.S. government spreading "democracy" as defined by Reagan and mandated in the Lima Declaration which called for the "New International Economic Order" - global redistribution of wealth.  


The four non-profit groups funded by NED (with your tax dollars) are:

         R                    R                   L                        L
   Business                  Politics                      Politics                                Labor

Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE)

"The Center for International Private Enterprise is a non-profit affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and one of the four core institutes of the National Endowment for Democracy."

Board of Directors

Thomas J Donohue (R)
Mike McCurry  (L)
Eliot Schrage, VP Communications & Global Affairs, GOOGLE, INC.

  International Republican Institute (IRI)  (formerly National Republican Institute for International Affairs)

"In its infancy, IRI focused on planting the seeds of democracy in Latin America. Since the end of the Cold War, IRI has broadened its reach to support democracy and freedom around the globe. IRI has conducted programs in more than 100 countries and is currently active in more than 70 countries.

Board of Directors

John McCain, U.S. Senator
Working for Mexico

J. William Middendorf, Former U.S. Ambassador to the European Community, Organization of American States, and the Netherlands.

L. Paul Bremer, In charge of the "hose up Iraq for perpetual war" team.


  National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI)

"NDI works with democrats in every region of the world to build political and civic organizations, safeguard elections, and to promote citizen participation, openness and accountability in government."

“You need something that is transparent, something that is open, something that is nongovernmental,” Gershman continued, supporting the McMillan-Scott proposal, “so that you can continue to operate without being constrained by the diplomatic concerns and priorities of the European Union.

Global Programs


  American Center for  International Labor Solidarity (formerly Free Trade Union Institute)

"To tackle the enormous challenges workers face in the global economy, the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) — the national federation that represents millions of working women and men in the United States — launched the American Center for International Labor Solidarity in 1997."

Worker-to-Worker Solidarity Committee to AFL-CIO
"Cut All Ties with NED"


Backlash - People are seeing the fraud Washington DC "democracy"
Bratislava, Slovakia – As the promotion of democracy and human rights assumes an increasingly important role in the United States and the European Union (EU), democracy promotion is experiencing a backlash in many countries around the world, confronting deliberate measures by regimes to frustrate freedom’s progress and suppress human rights.


Reagan's Legacy 

It appears to this writer that Reagan's legacy is the communist system and one-party rule.  His disciples wanted to build statues to him everywhere but that was too obvious.  Instead, they built a monument to him - which is now the true seat of government as the power of government has shifted to the unseen, unelected groups forcing their agenda on the people using the color of law.