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FTR #631 Miscellaneous Articles and Updates

Recorded, March 23, 2008
MP3: 30-Minute Segment
REALAUDIO NB: This RealAudio stream contains both FTR #630 and FTR #631 in sequence. Each is a 30 minute broadcast.

Introduction: As the title indicates, this program updates and introduces a number of stories. Beginning with discussion of the President’s brother Neil, the program highlights his sojourn in Paraguay as the official guest of the Rev. Sun Myung Moon. As discussed in—among other programs—FTR#291, Moon’s Unification Church appears to be an extension of the Japanese patriotic societies around the world and a projection of the societies forward through the decades. [The Japanese patriotic societies were the primary vehicle for bringing fascism to Japan, a feat accomplished largely through political assassination.]

Next, the broadcast highlights the background of Jerry Uchtdorf, a German national who has become one of the most important members of the leadership of the Mormon faith. Uchtdorf’s family was expelled from the former Czechoslovakia. The Sudeten Germans and other German minority factions in the former Czechoslovakia formed a pro-Nazi Fifth Column before the German occupation of that country. The alleged “oppression” of the Sudeten Germans and others was the pretext for Hitler’s takeover of that country. After the war, those Germans were expelled, and came under the sway of the vertriebene groups, overseen by the postwar SS and subsidized by the German government.

Next, the program sets forth information about a Utah man who was arrested in a Las Vegas motel with firearms and the deadly toxin ricin, derived from castor beans.

Epitomizing the utter brainlessness of the so-called progressive political sector, as well as its steady drift into fascism, the broadcast highlights U.S. anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan’s efforts on behalf of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. The Muslim Brotherhood is an Islamic fascist organization.

Concluding the program, we revisit the issue of the Dalai Lama, Tibet, the Underground Reich and elements of U.S. intelligence. The recent disturbances in Tibet have brought the issue of the Chinese occupation of that benighted land to the forefront of international discussion. As we saw in FTR’s 547, 548, 549, 550, 615, 616, the Dalai Lama has been in bed with the Third Reich in both its original manifestation and its postwar underground phase. This relationship has brought him into the sway of, among other organizations, the CIA and the UNPO—the Unrepresented Nations’ and Peoples’ Organization. The latter, headed up by Karl von Habsburg, heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, represents itself as working on behalf of downtrodden minorities, particularly in the Third World. In fact, it is cynically using those peoples as vehicles for the destabilization of world powers that are targeted by the Underground Reich. Von Habsburg’s UNPO has been quite vocal in its condemnations of China.

As noted in FTR#550, among the ethnic groups championed by the UNPO are the Lakota, who have announced their negation of treaties signed with the U.S. government. Will a bankrupt United States, perhaps devastated by terrorist incidents involving weapons of mass destruction, eventually see the secession of the area claimed by the Lakota? Note that, like Xinjiang province in China—whose Uighur population is championed by the UNPO, the area claimed by the Lakota is rich in fossil fuels, seen by some as offering a partial solution to America’s energy problems.

Program Highlights Include: Anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan’s characterization of the Muslim Brotherhood as a force for democracy; the media’s strange dropping of the “Von” from the last name of ricin suspect Roger [Von] Burgendorff; review of the Dalai Lama’s links to elements of the SS; review of the 2001 anthrax attacks; review of the Las Vegas area’s links to the anthrax investigation.

1. Beginning with discussion of the President’s brother Neil, the program highlights his sojourn in Paraguay as the official guest of the Rev. Sun Myung Moon. As discussed in—among other programs—FTR#291, Moon’s Unification Church appears to be an extension of the Japanese patriotic societies around the world and a projection of the societies forward through the decades. The Japanese patriotic societies were the primary vehicle for bringing fascism to Japan, a feat accomplished largely through political assassination. (For more about the Unification Church and the Bush family, see—among other programs—FTR#84.) “Neil Bush, younger brother of U.S. President George W. Bush, called on Paraguay’s president as the guest of a business federation founded by the Rev. Sun Myung Moon. . . .”
(“Bush’s Younger Brother Visits Paraguay” by Pedro Servin; Associated Press.)

2. Next, the broadcast highlights the background of a German national, who has become one of the most important members of the leadership of the Mormon faith. Note that Jerry Uchtdorf’s family was expelled from the former Czechoslovakia. The Sudeten Germans and other German minority factions in the former Czechoslovakia formed a pro-Nazi Fifth Column before the German occupation of that country. The alleged “oppression” of the Sudeten Germans and others was the pretext for Hitler’s takeover of that country. After the war, those Germans were expelled, and came under the sway of the vertriebene groups, overseen by the postwar SS and subsidized by the German government. This gambit was a manifestation of “volksgruppenrechte” or “the rights of native peoples,” discussed in FTR#’s 615, 616, 627, and still in use by the German republic today. (For more about this, see the book Armies of Spies, available for download for free on the Spitfire website.) In FTR#583, we noted that the son of a Waffen SS officer who worked for the CIA after the war heads Islamic Relief, an Islamic charity and Hamas front founded by the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamic fascist organization. The Mormon Church contributes heavily to Islamic Relief. Are Uchtdorf‘s ascension within LDS and that Church’s alliance with Islamic Relief symptomatic of an Underground Reich attempt at infiltrating and co-opting the Mormon faith? “ . . . . Uchtdorf’s rise to the upper echelons of the LDS Church is one marked by great upheaval in his life. He was twice a refugee as a child; firstly as an expellee from the former Czechoslovakia at the end of World War II and again in 1951 when his family had to flee East Germany because of his father’s political leanings. . . .”

(“German Joins Inner-Most Circle”; Deutsche Welle.)

3. Next, the program sets forth information about a Utah man who was arrested in a Las Vegas motel with firearms and the deadly toxin ricin, derived from castor beans. After noting that the man’s name—Von Bergendorff—suggested he was descended from German nobility, Mr. Emory ruminated about the possibility of a terrorist incident being connected to the arrest. Noting that the 9/11 hijackers had visited Las Vegas not too long before the attacks, Mr. Emory noted that a Las Vegas suburb—Henderson, Nevada, was one of the areas searched by the FBI in the wake of the anthrax attacks. It was also one of the areas that neo-Nazi Larry Harris frequented in the run-up to his arrest for possession of anthrax. What was Von Bergendorff doing?! Why did the media drop the “Von” from his name after a few weeks? (For more about the anthrax attacks, see—among other programs—FTRs 411, 419.) “FBI agents wearing protective suits searched Sunday for the deadly poison ricin at a suburban home where a man possibly sickened by the deadly poison had once lived. Authorities believed they had found all of the ricin in several vials recovered Thursday from a Las Vegas motel where Roger Von Bergendorff had been staying, but they wanted to also check the home in Riverton, outside Salt Lake City. . . .”
(“Suburban Utah Home Searched for Ricin” by Doug Alden; Associated Press.)

4. Epitomizing the utter brainlessness of the so-called progressive political sector, as well as its steady drift into fascism, the broadcast highlights U.S. anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan’s efforts on behalf of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. The Muslim Brotherhood is an Islamic fascist organization. (For more about the Muslim Brotherhood, see—among other programs—FTRs 343, 455, 473, 537.) “Anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan joined a protest Wednesday seeking the support of Egypt’s first lady in ending a military trial of members of the country’s largest Islamic organization. Under the watchful eyes of dozens of black-clad and helmeted anti-riot police, some 50 heavily veiled wives and children of 40 senior members of the Muslim Brotherhood detained for the past year, gathered in front of the headquarters of first lady Suzanne Mubarak’s National Council Women carrying banners calling for their release. . . .”
(“Cindy Sheehan in Egypt for Islamists” by Maggie Michael; Associated Press; 2/13/2008.)

5. More about Ms. Sheehan’s idiocy: “ . . . If we [America] really want to promote democracy in this region then we cannot silence the voices of the Muslim Brotherhood because they’re the moderate voice here and they are the ones who are actually working for democracy. . . .” (“Interview: Cindy Sheehan” by Liam Stack; Al Jazeera.)

6. Concluding the program, we revisit the issue of the Dalai Lama, Tibet, the Underground Reich and elements of U.S. intelligence. The recent disturbances in Tibet have brought the issue of the Chinese occupation of that benighted land to the forefront of international discussion. As we saw in FTR#’s 547, 548, 549, 550, 615, 616, the Dalai Lama has been in bed with the Third Reich in both its original manifestation and its postwar underground phase. This relationship has brought him into the sway of, among other organizations, the CIA and the UNPO—the Unrepresented Nations’ and Peoples’ Organization. The latter, headed up by Karl von Habsburg, heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, represents itself as working on behalf of downtrodden minorities, particularly in the Third World. In fact, it is cynically using those peoples as vehicles for the destabilization of world powers that are targeted by the Underground Reich. Von Habsburg’s UNPO has been quite vocal in its condemnations of China. Was that organization, along with the Dalai Lama, elements of CIA and the Underground Reich involved in precipitating the unrest in the first place? “Following events that have struck at the heart of Tibet the UNPO Presidency, on behalf of UNPO Members, expresses its support for all those under threat from the crackdown currently being carried out by the security agencies of the Chinese state under the blanket of a media blackout. . . .”
(“China Stop Slaughtering Tibet”; www.unpo.org; 3/17/2008.)

7. More about the Tibetan debacle: “ . . . But, then, modern China bears many surprising resemblances to the empires of the past in other ways, too. Like its Soviet imperial predecessor, for example, China encompasses both an ‘inner’ empire, of which Tibet and Xinjiang are the most prominent components, and an ‘outer’ empire, consisting most notably of its Burmese and North Korean clients. Like its French and British predecessors, the Chinese empire must wrestle constantly with nations whose languages, religions, and customs differ sharply from its own and whose behavior is, therefore, unpredictable. And like all its predecessors, the Chinese imperial class cares deeply about the pacification of the imperial periphery, more so than one might think. . . .”
(“Live from Lhasa” by Anne Applebaum; Slate; 3/17/2008.)

8. As noted in FTR#550, among the ethnic groups championed by the UNPO are the Lakota, who have announced their negation of treaties signed with the U.S. government. Will a bankrupt United States, perhaps devastated by terrorist incidents involving weapons of mass destruction, eventually see the secession of the area claimed by the Lakota? Note that, like Xinjiang province in China—whose Uighur population is championed by the UNPO, the area claimed by the Lakota is rich in fossil fuels, seen by some as offering a partial solution to America’s energy problems. “The Lakota Indians, who gave the world legendary warriors Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse, have withdrawn from treaties with the United States. ‘We are no longer citizens of the United States of America and all those who live in the five-state area that encompasses our country are free to join us,’ long-time Indian rights activist Russell Means said. A delegation of Lakota leaders has delivered a message to the State Department, and said they were unilaterally withdrawing from treaties they signed with the federal government of the U.S., some of them more than 150 years old. . . .”
(“Lakota Indians Withdraw from Treaties Signed with U.S. 150 Years Ago”; Fox News; 12/20/2007.)

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