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Larry Mc Donald interview on the NWO

I was just watching this fascinating segment of a 1983 interview by Pat Buchanan of Congressman Larry Mc Donald on the NWO and the Birch Society.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3100752722910819372

Mc Donald is known to have been a friend of Ron Paul's. Watching this, I learned that he was a Democrat and I was very shocked considering his strong positions in favor of gun rights and against socialism. Was he just an anomaly or were there more democrats back then who supported 2nd amendment and other positions we hold?



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Larry McDonald !!!

I've got his book We Hold These Truths, and it is his view that the reason our society and the Constitution have become corrupt is because we allow judges to interpret the law, and he says the courts are dead.

The man was a true patriot!!!

He also exposed the Neo-cons back then for the Trotsky-ites they really were.

Bircher's

Yep...if you are up against the NWO you were/are going to take the hits. To bad the Bircher's did not have the Internet then! The MSM smeared them good; sort of like constantly labeling Ron Paul as a Isolationsist today.

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Here is a piece

On the Birchers. Scroll middle way down for info.

http://www.whale.to/b/mullins4.html

The rdical liberals have

The rdical liberals have taken over the old DEMs..Remember the first time the term, Conspiracy, was brought into the picture..
Senator Casey's dad was a decent DEM in PA.
The kid needs to come clean & learn what his dad knew.
Not everyone that calls you friend, want to be yours.
naughty, naught

Paul and Dr. Larry McDonald

According to Paul McDonald was the only other vote against the Swine Flu vaccine in the 70's.

History bus goes round and round...

Wasn't the

Birchers founded by certain heads of large banking institutions?

Why hellooo

Mike, what a pleasant suprise finding you here. Nah, Im pretty sure it was the banksters that got the ole Birchers going.

I thought it was Welch and Coors?

Jelly and Beer. What's more American than that? haha. Show me.

Tom Braden and Pat Buchanan. What a pair,

Right wing of the CIA debating the left wing of the CIA
Thomas Wardell Braden (born 1918) is an American journalist.

In 1940 he joined the British Army Office of Strategic Services (OSS). He moved to Washington DC and became part of a group of journalists known as the Georgetown Set. Braden joined the Central Intelligence Agency and in 1950 became head of International Organizations Division (IOD). His efforts focused on promoting anti-Communist elements in groups like AFL-CIO.

Braden left the CIA in November, 1954, and became owner of the California newspaper, The Blade Tribune. He became a popular newspaper columnist and worked as a political commentator on radio and television. He also was at one time a candidate for governor of California.
After a 1967 Ramparts article exposed CIA involvement in groups like the National Student Association, Braden responded with “I’m glad the CIA is ‘immoral’ “[1] in the Saturday Evening Post. His work landed him on the master list of Nixon political opponents.

In 1975 Braden published the autobiographical book, Eight is Enough, which inspired a television series. The book focused on his life as the father of eight children and also touched on his political connections as a columnist and ex-CIA operative and as husband to a sometime State Department employee and companion of the Kennedy family, Joan Vermillion Braden. The television series, however, bore little relationship to the book other than naming the original characters after the Braden family and giving the lead character a job in journalism.

From 1978 to 1984 he co-hosted the Buchanan-Braden Program, a three-hour radio show with Pat Buchanan. He and Buchanan also hosted the CNN program Crossfire at the show’s inception in 1982, generally debating Buchanan or Robert Novak. Although Braden’s role in the programs was promoted as representing the political left, some critics have questioned this label. Media critic Jeff Cohen, in a Truthout column titled “I’m Not a Leftist, But I Play One on TV,” notes:

“ During the Braden-Buchanan years, LSD guru Timothy Leary told a reporter that watching Crossfire was like watching ‘the left wing of the CIA debating the right wing of the CIA.’ It may have been Leary’s most sober observation ever.”[2]

In CNN’s eyes, Braden apparently earned his leftist credentials by having been a high-level CIA official - ironically enough, in charge of covert operations against the political left of Western Europe.
Braden was paired on Crossfire with ultra-rightist Pat Buchanan. During the Braden-Buchanan years, LSD guru Timothy Leary told a reporter that watching Crossfire was like watching “the left wing” of the CIA debating the right wing of the CIA.” It may have been Leary’s most sober observation ever.

http://www.truthout.org/cgi-bin/artman/exec/view.cgi/64/22693
Buchanan was baptized into the Roman Catholic Church and has remained Catholic throughout his life, attending the traditional Latin Mass. He has also spent most of his education at Catholic institutions. He attended Blessed Sacrament School, the Jesuit-run Gonzaga College High School, and Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Buchanan graduated from Gonzaga with a 98 average. He graduated cum laude from Georgetown with degrees in English and Philosophy in 1961. -Source-

Patrick Buchanan worked in the White House as speech writer and political advisor for Richard Nixon, and later as communications director for Ronald Reagan.

Buchanan’s father was an accountant who was fiercely anti-communist and admired Joseph McCarthy. (Who was trained by Jesuits also and took his “anti-communist stand” at the urging of Jesuit Edmund Walsh. See the Manchurian Candidate with Frank Sinatra (1962 version) to see a somewhat accurate look of the anti-communist propaganda that was going around then.)

Don't F with Rockefeller

That is the lesson we can learn from Larry McDonald:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_McDonald

and another for old school JBS

For Freedom!

For Freedom!
The World is my country, all mankind is my brethren, to do good is my religion.

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For Freedom!

For Freedom!
The World is my country, all mankind is my brethren, to do good is my religion.

I don't know much about

I don't know much about Larry McDonald but my dad told me he was a great guy and a real American Patriot. Apparently he wrote an expose called "Nowhere to run" or "Nowhere to hide" and was written about all the people in government that support communism behind the scenes.

Then he got shot down on his was to some sort of meeting with heads of other countries, who also just coincidentally happened to be assassinated as well

"Get to the choppa!"

Congressman Larry McDonald was on a flight shot down over

Sakhalin Island in Soviet Territory. Some believe the Korean Airline was shot down because of the high profile passenger, a staunch defender of the Constitution and eloquent in his opposition to communism.
Read about him here:
http://www.thenewamerican.com/history/world/270

There used to be an animal called the "Conservative Democrat"

They mostly existed in the Southern United States. They became extinct after an invasive species entered their ecosystem. That species was the Religious Right Republican.