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FTR #631 Miscellaneous Articles and Updates

Record­ed, March 23, 2008
MP3: 30-Minute Seg­ment [1]
REALAUDIO [2] 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 [3], 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 [4], 548 [5], 549 [6], 550 [7], 615 [8], 616 [9], 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 [3], 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 [10].) “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.) [11]

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 [8], 616 [9], 627 [12], and still in use by the Ger­man repub­lic today. (For more about this, see the book Armies of Spies [13], avail­able for down­load for free [13] on the Spit­fire web­site.) In FTR#583 [14], 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.) [15]

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 [16], 419 [17].) “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.) [18]

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 [19], 455 [20], 473 [21], 537 [22].) “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.) [23]

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.) [24]

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 [4], 548 [5], 549 [6], 550 [7], 615 [8], 616 [9], 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.) [25]

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.) [26]

8. As not­ed in FTR#550 [7], 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.) [27]