Joel Skousen: The Tea Party DeceptionSubmitted by Thomas on Wed, 01/26/2011 - 06:29
Joel Skousen: The Tea Party Deception 58 minutes
Joel Skousen, editor of World Affairs Brief, was the chairman of the Conservative National Committee in the 1980's. In this exclusive video interview for Prison Planet.tv members, Skousen talks about the hidden power structure that controls politicians of both parties from behind the scenes, the nature of the manipulated press, the reality behind the tea party, and the ongoing conspiracy to create a one world dictatorship.
Skousen explains that there is "systematic evil" in the world which uses certain techniques to proliferate, including the dialectic of crisis creation in order to induce good people into accepting or doing things that they wouldn't ordinarily do by way of deception, which is why evil uses crisis creation to change the world.
Skousen discusses how his famous uncle, Cleon Skousen, discovered how the fall of China to Chairman Mao was aided by the US State Department by withdrawing support for Chiang Kai-Shek, which led to a realization that there were globalists within the US government who had no allegiance to America, particularly Alger Hiss, the writer of the UN Charter, who had joined the Communist Party to facilitate Communist infiltration into the State Department - using communism to facilitate the goals of globalism.
Deception again takes center stage when it comes to the tea party movement, which with its titular head as Sarah Palin, an ego-driven, predictable puppet corrupted by money, can be easily steered and manipulated by the establishment, warns Skousen. "She doesn't realize that she's being used and there's subtle pressure from her advisers that were she to take certain positions she would lose this funding, lose the jet, lose the book deals, and so that's how the corruption of the process occurs," states Skousen.
Another figure in the same mold as Palin is Rush Limbaugh, who as Skousen points out, openly and endlessly warned about conspiracy in his early radio shows, before he was made an offer too good to refuse. Skousen firmly believes that Limbaugh was told not to push conspiracy topics as part of a deal that saw him become the most-listened to radio host in America. "Literally the first or second show out of the gates on the new radio network he began....he took the position of vilifying, denigrating and attacking anyone who called up, and most of his listeners had been used to talking about conspiracy," said Skousen, who puts Sean Hannity and Bill O'Reilly in the same category as Limbaugh.
Skousen puts Mitt Romney, another potential future presidential candidate along with Palin, in a similar category to Ronald Reagan, who was outside of the control system and ignorant of it, therefore had to be leaned on by the globalists to make him not become a stumbling block to their agenda. This pressure culminated in a staged assassination attempt (John Hinckley Jnr's family were major financial contributors to the Bush campaign and Scott Hinckley, brother of Hinckley Jr., the man who shot Reagan, was to have dined on the same night as the assassination attempt in Denver at the home of Neil Bush, one of the vice president's sons.) After he was almost killed, Reagan became much more compliant, notes Skousen.
Skousen expertly categorizes the different political and media figures who parrot the establishment line and how much each one of them knows about the malevolent control system, which ones are useful idiots (people like Palin and Romney), and which ones are knowingly furthering the conspiracy.