More Deadly Than War

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A very interesting “lecture” by G. Edward Griffin: “More Deadly Than War: The Communist Revolution in America”

The film was made in 1969 and Griffin almost planned out today’s “Communist Revolution” that is being perpetrated by the left.

The part of the lecture where he examines “The Negro Question” is especially true with the “Black Lives Matters” protests that have sprung up.

Something that I like with this lecture is that he “reads” directly from and “shows” documents obtained from “Communist” organizations.

He also translates their “doublespeak” into the true terms that don’t “hide” the facts.

A tremendous “warning” that is as “valid” today as it was then.

An amazing lecture “worth” your time.

Does any of this “sound” familiar?

Here are some “notable” quotes from Paulson:

“All the problems we face in the United States today can be traced to an unenlightened immigration policy on the part of the American Indian.”

“I don’t want to say too much about illegal immigration. I’m afraid my views will be reported on the Cinco O’clock News.”

On the Miranda warning: “Why should we tell kidnappers, murderers, and embezzlers their rights? If they don’t know their rights, they shouldn’t be in the business.”

“A good many people feel that our present draft laws are unjust. These people are called soldiers.”

“Sex doesn’t have to be taught. It’s something most of us are born with.”

When originally “denying” he was running, borrowing from General William Sherman in 1884: “I will not run if nominated, and if elected I will not serve.”

Presidential campaign slogan: “I’ve upped my standards. Now, up yours.”

Presidential campaign slogan: “If elected, I will win.”

Campaign supporters’ rallying cry: “We can’t stand Pat!”

“We have nothing to fear but fear itself…and of course the boogieman.”

“I am neither left wing nor right wing. I am middle-of-the-bird.”

“If either the right wing or the left wing gained control of the country, it would probably fly around in circles.”

“Marijuana should be licensed and kept out of the hands of teenagers. It’s too good for them.”

When asked if he believed in the right to bear arms: “No, I believe in the right to arm bears.”

On network censorship: “I feel proud to be living in a country where people are not afraid to laugh at themselves and where political satire is tolerated by the government, if not the television network.”

On network censorship: “Censorship does not interfere with the constitutional rights of every American to sit alone in the dark, in the nude and cuss. But let’s face it; there have to be some realistic taboos…especially with political comment. After all, the leaders of our country were not elected to be tittered at. The censors have to draw the line somewhere.”

“For instance, we are allowed to say Ronald Reagan is a lousy actor…but we’re not allowed to say he’s a lousy governor…which is ridiculous…we know he’s a good actor…And you can’t say ANYTHING bad about President Johnston (sic)…because you shouldn’t insult the President…but if you compliment him…who will believe it?”

On his political affiliation: “I belong to the Straight Talking American Government Party, or STAG Party for short.”

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