The AFL-CIO and Death Squads
By Jon Quaccia
labor unions have been taken over by the CIA and made
"team-players" in America's war against the world
In our recent article, "The
Elites Want High Unemployment," we described the way that
America's labor unions were anathematized by the churches
and then emasculated by America's business community.
This article describes just how far the labor movement
in the United States has been taken over by America's elites
– and so much so that they have now become "team-players"
with the business community and the CIA in the construction
of America's New World Order System throughout the world;
that America's trade union movement could have not only been
emasculated, but actually taken over by America's elites gives
one some idea as to how totally and completely America's political
and economic system is dominated today by these same elites.
[We urge you to see our article, "The
Elite, Money and the End of Days."]
familiar with the National Endowment for Democracy, a publicly funded yet
privately owned organization operating in at least forty countries. NED's mission? To help the United States set up capitalist
economies around the world, backed by regimes that are friendly to U.S. big
With no interference from the public or congress, the NED is
free to accomplish its goals by manipulating and buying elections, starting
political as well as economic turmoil, funding counter-insurgency material
to right-wing groups, and using other tactics that would be considered illegal
in the United States.
Equally disturbing, yet more surprising, is the role that leaders
of the U.S. labor federation, the AFL-CIO, play in carrying out the NED's
dirty work. The AFL-CIO's Solidarity Center is at work in twenty-eight countries,
discouraging radical organizing among workers and promoting privatization
by assisting unions and labor groups that support private enterprise.
This is a photo of an undercover policeman kicking the head
of a Kyrgyz demonstrator this week.
The National Endowment for Democracy and the
Bush administration were proud of their role in the
uprising that led to the current government taking power
Maybe the Endowment's apologists will claim
that the demonstrator is getting a pro-democracy kick
in the head.
Kudos to Vladimir Pirogov, the brave Reuters
photographer who got this shot. And triple kudos to
the Kyrgyz people for stalwartly fighting an oppressive
A glimpse into this NED constituent's predecessor organization
shows a history of collusion with Central Intelligence Agency terrorism since
the early sixties.
The AFL-CIO Solidarity Center's predecessor, the American Institute
for Free Labor Development (AIFLD), was one of the four government-funded
labor institutes created during the cold war to prevent foreign countries
from establishing independent economic systems. AIFLD was instrumental in
the overthrow of democratically elected leftist governments in Guyana in
1963, Brazil in 1964, the Dominican Republic in 1965, and Chile in 1973.
By the late 1970s, the CIA was exposed for its sabotage of
governments and labor movements around the world. Corrupt dictatorships
in Central America, backed by local death squads armed and trained
by the CIA, massacred hundreds of thousands of peasants during
popular insurgencies in Nicaragua, El Salvador and Guatemala.
[Please see our articles, "The
Death Squads: Bringing in the Kingdom of God through Terror,
Torture and Death" and "The
Horror of John Dimitri Negroponte and Everything He Represents."]
trade unions partnering with the CIA to run
death squads throughout the "empire."
With these scandals fresh in the public's mind, the Reagan
Administration created the National Endowment for Democracy in 1983 to take
care of its unfinished business. As an NED founder, Allen Weinstein, stated
in 1991, "A lot of what we do today was done covertly 25 years ago by
Some of the NED's political accomplishments include the successful
manipulation of elections in Nicaragua in 1990 and Mongolia in 1996, and the
overthrow of democratically elected candidates in Bulgaria in 1990 and Albania
in 1991-2. By indirectly contributing "soft money" to the campaigns
of candidates friendly to U.S. business, the NED is able to successfully buy
elections in poor countries with only a few hundred thousand dollars.
From 1983 to 1994, the NED was funded exclusively by congress,
at which point it began accepting private donations. These sources include
several oil companies and defense contractors—Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Texaco
and Enron among its 2001 contributors. Its funding is a very controversial
subject, and its opponents frequently cite the inherent contradiction of a
publicly funded organization charged with executing foreign policy, while
remaining exempt from nearly all political and administrative controls.
The AFL-CIO's partners in
subverting democracy around the world.
The NED works through multiple constituencies: The International
Republican Institute, The National Democratic Institute for International
Affairs, the Center for International Private Enterprise, the Free Trade Union
Institute, and American Center for International Labor Solidarity (ACILS),
better known as the Solidarity Center.
Among its strongest U.S. supporters is the Heritage Foundation,
a right wing think tank which has been very influential in policy issues.
Each constituent is given almost five million dollars, which they issue as
grants to organizations or political parties all over the world. The remainder
of the NED's budget is also given out as grants.
In her study of the NED, Barbara Conry, associate policy analyst
for the free-market advocacy CATO Institute, states: "NED, which has
a history of corruption and financial mismanagement, is superfluous as best
and often destructive. Through the Endowment, the American taxpayer has paid
for special-interest groups to harass the duly elected governments of friendly
countries, interfere in foreign elections, and foster the corruption of democratic
The National Endowment for Democracy and its constituents call
their actions "supporting democracy," but the governments and movements
they target know them as "destabilization."
One Empire, One Development Model
U.S. business could not destabilize or overthrow as many foreign
governments as it does without the cover and aid of conservative, "old-guard"
unions and labor groups who disorient, counter, and generally undermine radical
unions and militant labor leaders. Union leaders, in turn, couldn't enjoy
six figure salaries without an approval of capitalism, without seeing labor
and business along with government as "partners" in political and
On September 11, 1973, Chilean President Salvador Allende,
along with thousands of Chilean workers, students and political activists
were killed in a particularly bloody military coup that ended a brief experiment
in democratic socialism. It was the culmination of a campaign by the Nixon
Administration, working covertly with ITT, Kennecott Cooper, and other U.S.
multinational corporations to destroy the Chilean economy and punish Allende
for nationalizing industries in which U.S. corporations held major stakes.
The goal, in Nixon's unforgettable words, was to "make the economy scream."
President Salvador Allende
While no direct link exists between the AIFLD and the CIA's
actions in Chile, the AIFLD's program was synchronized closely with the CIA's
plan to create social unrest by sowing divisions within the labor movement
and financing middle-class and professional organizations leading the opposition
to Allende's populist program.
Unable to divide and weaken Chile's largest labor federation,
the one-million-member, communist led, Central Unica de Trabajadores (CUT),
the AIFLD channeled millions of dollars into right-wing unions and political
parties that opposed CUT and Allende's socialist agenda as a whole.
Student members of Central Unica de Trabajadores (CUT) who were "disappeared
(killed) by General Pinochet's violent coup - a coup
that was supported by America's compromised trade union
In the fall of 1973, widespread social unrest and a paralyzed
economy provided the pretext for General Pinochet's violent coup, and justification
for his seventeen-year dictatorship. Pinochet saw all unions, not just leftist,
as the enemy, and one of his first acts after seizing power was to outlaw
CUT. In the months that followed September 11th, hundreds of trade unionists,
including some who had worked with AIFLD, were rounded up, many never to be
heard from again.
From 1971 until the mid-eighties, the AFL-CIO, despite its
pledge never to support government controlled unions, financed and supported
the Federation of Korean Trade Unions (FKTU), with full knowledge of the
government's penetration. A government puppet, the FKTU's activities were
restricted by law, leaving it no real power.
In the late seventies, human rights organizations began calling
attention to the appalling treatment of South Korean workers. They were particularly
concerned with the brutality directed at young women laborers in the textile
and garment industry, and the lack of response by the FKTU.
Suppression of labor in South Korea, aided and abetted
by the AFL-CIO
Rather than denouncing the repression in South Korea, or severing
its ties with the FKTU, the AFL-CIO tried to whitewash the violence, blaming
it on "differing ethnic standards of Koreans," amongst other things.
When Korean industrial workers finally organized the Korean
Confederation of Trade Unions as an alternative to the FKTU, it wasn't officially
recognized by the AFL-CIO until 1997. Just recently, pilots represented by
KCTU protested its government's decision to deploy 3,000 troops to Iraq by
refusing to transport any troops or equipment there, and engaged in street
demonstrations against the war.
ACILS: Reforming Or Restructuring?
In 1995, John Sweeney was elected AFL-CIO president with the
support of a broad coalition of union leaders who broke with the former president,
Lane Kirkland, over foreign policy. In particular, they disagreed with the
AIFLD's support for U.S. policy in Central America and hoped to get rid of
what they believed was a cold war relic, a pro-corporate anti-communist extension
of the McCarthyism still dominating U.S. foreign policy.
AFL-CIO: Targeting Hugo Chavez the way it targeted Salvador Allende
Two years after taking office, Sweeney reorganized the four
labor foreign policy institutes into a single organization, the American
Center for International Labor Solidarity (ACILS), better known as the Solidarity
While many union leaders are hopeful about the reforms in U.S.
labor's foreign policy, as well as its accomplishments to date, a great deal
of skepticism remains. Much of this skepticism revolves around the Solidarity
Center's funding; three quarters of its $18 million budget still comes from
government sources. It receives annual grants from the State Department, the
Agency for International Development, the Labor Department, and the NED.
Requests for a complete list of donors, including private foundations,
and the amount of their contributions have been repeatedly denied by the AFL-CIO.
While Congress no longer dictates the Center's policies, a lack of independent
funding makes a truly autonomous global labor movement impossible.
Meddling in Venezuela
Critics also point to the Solidarity Center's recent operations
in Venezuela, which they feel are dangerously reminiscent of the AIFLD's actions
in Chile. In Venezuela, the world's fifth largest oil producer, the Solidarity
Center funds a corrupt union amalgam, the Confederation of Venezuelan Workers
(CTV). CTV organizes destabilizing strikes and works with oil company management,
the Catholic Church, and right-wing military officers to create opposition
to the populist elected president Hugo Chavez. How the Center's largest, $150,000
contribution to the CTV was spent is unclear. Stan Gacek, assistant director
for the AFL-CIO's International Affairs Department, says it was for internal
union elections, but the CTV's Institute director, Jesus Urbieta, says the
money was used for conducting training courses. In 2001 the Solidarity Center
invited CTV leader Carlos Ortega to Washington, to discuss strategies to oust
Chavez with U.S. government officials and representatives of the State Department.
A series of widespread strikes orchestrated by the CTV paved
the way for an insurrection on April 11th, 2002, that killed over a dozen
citizens and injured hundreds more. Pedro Carmona, a pro-U.S. businessman,
was selected to run the country. He immediately dissolved the National Assembly,
but only two days later Chavez was swept back into power by the military and
a flood of support from working people and the poor, much to the shame of
the Solidarity Center, the State Department and the White House. Not surprisingly,
the NED tripled its annual Venezuela budget to almost $900,000 in the weeks
and months leading up to the attempted coup.
While the CTV was disbanded after the attempted coup and replaced
by the leftist Unione Nationale Trajabadores, Chavez's opposition hasn't
given up. The NED is currently handing out grants totaling more than a million
dollars to organizations it feels can be useful in getting rid of Chavez.
From September 2002 to March 2004, the Endowment contributed $116,000 to the
Solidarity Center every three months for this purpose.
Between September 2003 and September 2004, Sumate, a
Venezuelan company that worked to organize a referendum to recall President
Chavez, was granted over $50,000 from the NED. Sumate released a poll
just before the vote claiming Chavez was sure to lose. To the chagrin of Sumate
and the NED, Chavez won 59% of the vote.
Iraq and Beyond
Bremer, the elite's man in Iraq: Working hand-in-glove
with the AFL-CIO to destroy trade unions in Iraq.
On November 6, 2003, President Bush gave a speech commemorating
the NED on its 20th anniversary, and placing it at the center of the "democratization"
of Iraq. For the Bush Administration, the NED and the Solidarity Center, democratization
is synonymous with privatization, as is evidenced in their attempts to hold
the largest state liquidation sale since the collapse of the Soviet Union.
A key strategic aim of U.S. imperialism in the Middle East
is to break state control over oil production and reserves and open them
up to the direct control of U.S. based energy conglomerates. The first act
of L. Paul Bremer, who led the U.S. occupation of Iraq from May 2, 2003 until
his early departure on June 28, 2004, was to fire 500,000 state workers including
teachers, doctors, nurses, publishers and printers.
Next he opened Iraq's borders to unrestricted imports, declaring
it "open for business." Enacting a radical set of laws unprecedented
in their generosity to multinational corporations, Bremer allowed foreign
companies to own 100 percent of Iraqi assets outside the natural resource
sector, and to take all of these profits out of the country tax free with
no obligation to reinvest in Iraq. The only remnant from Saddam Hussein's
economic policy was—a law restricting trade unions and collective bargaining!
Rather than creating an economic boom, these policies instead
fueled a resistance that has ultimately made reconstruction impossible. Labor
relations reached a bloody peak under Bremer's occupation; faced with job
loss, workers feared starvation, and managers in turn feared their workers,
making privatization far more complicated than the Bush Administration anticipated.
Violent protests have kept investors out, and forced Bremer
to abandon many of his central economic policies. Several state companies
have been offered up for lease, and thousands of the state workers fired
by Bremer have been rehired.
Nonetheless, the Bush Administration's plans to "democratize"
Iraq are still underway. In January, 2004, Bush requested to double the NED's
Middle East budget, putting it at $40 million. According to Abd al-Wahhab
al Kabsi, the NED's program officer for the Middle East, the NED's involvement
is "expanding and we expect it to continue to expand."
In the months before the Bush Administration invaded Iraq,
the AFL-CIO for the first time in its history openly challenged a U.S. decision
to go to war. However, once the invasion began, AFL-CIO president John Sweeney
shifted his antiwar stance, declaring that the federation would "support
fully" the Bush Administration's war goals.
Within two days of Bush's request for an increased NED budget
in the Middle East, Sweeney said that "training and other kinds of support
from the international trade union movement should be encouraged" in
Iraq. Since then, he has applied for $3-5 million in grants from the NED.
The money will be used to counter independent labor organizing by leftist
groups like Union of the Unemployed in Iraq (UUI), which has sponsored and
supported strikes and demonstrations for jobs and against U.S. occupation.
The NED and Solidarity Center have chosen to support the General
Federation of Trade Unions in Iraq, a discredited Ba'athist union formation
sitting on the U.S. appointed Iraqi Governing Council. According to the UUI,
its history "is as gloomy and bloody as the history of the Ba'athist
ELITE FUNDING OF THE LEFT
The effort by the elites to "buy off" the American labor movement
and subvert it to its own interests is nothing new; it has been going on for
years; consider the following examples, some of which extend backwards thirty
or forty years:
- Student leaders
James Kunen and Carl Oglesby both report that in the summer of 1968, the organization
Business International, which had links to the CIA, sent high-level representatives
to meet with the left-radical SDS (Students for a Democratic Society). Business
International wanted to help the SDS and other left-wing groups fund demonstrations
for the upcoming conventions in Chicago and Miami. SDS refused the offer,
still, the offer says a lot about what the business elites were up to. [Please
see James Simon Kunen, The Strawberry Statement: Notes of a College Revolutionary
(New York: Avon Books, 1970); please also see Steve Weissman, Big Brother
and the Holding Company (Palo Alto CA: Ramparts Press, 1974).
one of the "Chicago Seven" has been quoted as saying that while
he was protesting against the Vietnam War, he was also cooperating with U.S.
intelligence agents. [Please see AP in San Francisco Examiner, June
The CIA was
of course involved with LSD testing, but there is also evidence that it was
later involved in the distribution of LSD within the counterculture. [Please
see Martin A. Lee and Bruce Shlain, Acid Dreams: The CIA, LSD, and the
Sixties Rebellion (New York: Grove Press, 1985).]
feminist leader Gloria Steinem and the ultra liberal congressman Allard Lowenstein
both had major CIA connections. Lowenstein was president of the National Student
Association, which was funded by the CIA until exposed by Ramparts magazine
in 1967. He and another NSA officer, Sam Brown, were key organizers behind
the 1969 Vietnam Moratorium. (In 1977 Brown became the director of ACTION
under Jimmy Carter; his activism, which was more intense and more sincere
than Clinton's, didn't hurt his later "mainline" career either.)
[Please see Kai Bird, The Chairman: John J. McCloy, The Making of the American
Establishment (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1992), pp. 483-4, 727;
please also see Richard Cummings, The Pied Piper: Allard K. Lowenstein
and the Liberal Dream (New York: Grove Press, 1985).]
Symbionese Liberation Army leader Donald DeFreeze appears
to have been conditioned in a behavior modification program
sponsored by elements of U.S. intelligence. [Please see Douglas
Valentine, The Phoenix Program (New York: William Morrow,
1990), p. 337; please also see our article, "MK-Ultra
And The Search For The Manchurian Candidate.".]
Does this surprise you? It probably does; but, America's corporate
elites think they can buy anyone and anything – AND THEY CAN! Professor
Daniel Brandt made that case some years ago when he wrote:
"The ruling elite are experts at manipulating their own interests; they
know how to divide and conquer, which is why they continue to rule."
ANOTHER WAY, THE SAME MONEY THAT IS BEHIND THE SO-CALLED "NEW AGE"
MOVEMENT, THE MILITANT FEMINISTS, THE GAY AND LESBIAN AGENDA, ETC. IS THE
VERY SAME ELITE MONEY THAT'S BEHIND THE CHRISTIAN COALITION, FOCUS ON THE
FAMILY, THE TRADITIONAL FAMILY COALITION AND A PLETHORA OF OTHER SO-CALLED
Not only that, but most of the "big names" in both the Right AND
the Left are receiving money on a PERSONAL basis from the same elite
Christians are playing a very dangerous game indeed when they
take money from elite sources. It shouldn't take a rocket scientist to figure
out that if the same elite money that is funding your activities is essentially
the same money that is funding the activities of your enemies, then something
Initially, the instrument the elite used to funnel money to
the Left was the CIA, but when Ramparts blew the whistle on the CIA's
domestic cultural activities in 1967, President Johnson appointed a committee
consisting of elitists Nicholas Katzenbach (Rhodes scholar and former Ford
Foundation fellow), OSS old-boy John Gardner (Carnegie Corporation president,
1955-1965), and CIA director Richard Helms to study the problem.
It was clear to Katzenback et. al. that they could
no longer DIRECTLY use a government agency like the CIA to buy the
Left. They needed a new cover - and they found that cover in the plethora
of new elite institutions and foundations that began to surface after the
Second World War - growing from about 2,200 in 1955 to more than 18,000 in
1967. It was to these institutions that Katzenbach turned for help in subverting
the Ideological Left. In doing so, Katzenbach created a "public-private
mechanism" [the National Endowment for Democracy (NED)] which
mixed public and private funds - and so much so that by now it has become
all but impossible to distinguish among the complicated overlapping networks
of CIA funding, NED funding, and funding by foundations such as Carnegie,
Ford, and Rockefeller. The same people are behind all three sources (i.e.,
the CIA, the NED, and private elite foundations and institutions).
Buying up the Left in the interest
of America's business elites.
Consider, for example, the way these funding sources - all
of them using elite money - have funded the Congress for Cultural Freedom
(CCF) which was funded initially by the CIA - and after that was exposed (i.e.,
that the money behind the CCF was CIA money) - by the Ford Foundation. CCF
created magazines, published books, and conducted conferences throughout
the world encouraging multicultural and "diversity" programs that
are anathema to the Religious Right, but which - at the same time - encouraged
"lefties" in Europe to embrace Western capitalism and economic globalism.
(Please see Peter Coleman, The Liberal Conspiracy: The Congress for Cultural
Freedom and the Struggle for the Mind of Postwar Europe (New York: Free
elite money that was flowing into "black nationalism"
in Africa in order to promote the murderous regimes that
had taken hold in Nigeria, the Congo, etc. (regimes which
the corporate elites, nonetheless, could count on to promote
access by the West's multination lists to the riches of
Africa) - was also flowing into radical black groups in
the United States in order to "buy them off" for capitalism
and "free trade"
And it wasn't just in Europe that the CIA was running "new
Left" programs that were abhorrent to conservative Christians, it was
also busy in Africa. In an article entitled "The CIA as an Equal Opportunity
Employer" that first appeared in 1969 in Ramparts and was reprinted
in the Black Panther Newspaper and elsewhere, members from the Africa
Research Group presented convincing evidence that "the CIA has promoted
black cultural nationalism to reinforce neo-colonialism (i.e., economic globalism)
in Africa." In the introduction to their article, the Africa Research
Group added that "activists in the black colony within the United States
can easily see the relevance to their own situation; in many cases the same
techniques and occasionally the same individuals are used to control the political
implications of Afro-American culture." [Please see Dan Schechter, Michael
Ansara, and David Kolodney, "The CIA as an Equal Opportunity Employer,"
Ramparts, June 1969, pp. 25-33. Reprinted with an introduction in Ellen
Ray, William Schaap, Karl van Meter, and Louis Wolf, eds., Dirty Work 2:
The CIA in Africa (Secaucus NJ: Lyle Stuart,
In other words, elite money - the same elite money that was
flowing into "black nationalism" in Africa in order to promote
the murderous regimes that had taken hold in Nigeria, the Congo, etc. (regimes
which the corporate elites, nonetheless, could count on to promote access
by the West's multi-nationalist corporations to the riches of Africa) - was
also flowing into radical black groups in the United States in order to "buy
them off" for capitalism and "free trade" in the same way it was buying
off black nationalists in Africa. THE FRUITS OF THIS DECEITFUL AND HIDEOUS
"TRADE-OFF" CAN BE SEEN IN THE STRANGE SILENCE OF LEADING BLACK
GROUPS THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES ON ISSUES LIKE NAFTA, THE WTO, THE WORLD
BANK, ETC. - ISSUES THAT ADVERSELY IMPACT THE BLACK COMMUNITY IN THE UNITED
STATES FAR MORE THAN THEY DO THE WHITE COMMUNITY.
The truth is, the business elites
have bought almost all of the Left's leadership off. Indeed, since 1947, the
Carnegie, Ford, and Rockefeller Foundations, all in cooperation with the CIA,
have been funding liberal-left cultural programs at major U.S. universities
such as Harvard, MIT, and Columbia for this EXACT purpose (i.e., "buying
off" the Left insofar as the corporate elites economic agenda is concerned).
[Please see Sigmund (not Sara) Diamond, Compromised Campus: The Collaboration
of Universities with the Intelligence Community, 1945-1955 (New York:
Oxford University Press, 1992), 371 pages; please also see David Horowitz,
"Sinews of Empire," Ramparts, October 1969, pp. 32-42.]
Take another example: the schizophrenic history
of the Ford Foundation insofar as "Right / Left" politics are
concerned. The Ford Foundation began supporting feminist groups and women's
studies programs in the late '60s and early '70s - just about the same time
they were busy training Indonesian elites (using supposedly liberal-left Berkeley
professors as instructors) to impose a military dictatorship on Indonesia
- a take-over of Indonesia (led by the CIA and supported by Christian missionaries)
that led to the slaughter of hundreds of thousands. Do the folks at the Ford
Foundation suffer from "split personality?" - or were they pushing
the same battle (i.e., economic globalization) on another front? It would
appear to be the latter. The elite knows exactly what it's doing, and it is
remarkably consistent - keeping both the Left and the Right off balance while
it pursues its own selfish economic policies, policies which have been having
a profound impact not only on the Left, but also on "Christian America."
ALL THIS MEANS IS THAT CHRISTIANS SHOULD THINK ABOUT ALL THIS THE NEXT TIME
A SPEAKER FROM THE OLIN FOUNDATION, THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION, ETC. AND THE
VARIOUS CHRISTIAN GROUPS THAT ELITE MONEY SUPPORTS (i.e., CONCERNED WOMEN
OF AMERICA, WYCLIFFE, THE NAVIGATORS, FOCUS ON THE FAMILY, ETC.) SHOWS UP
AT THEIR CHURCHES OR AT ONE OF THEIR CONFERENCES TO SPEAK.
in chains - but not so much to Christ as to America's
Put in a way that Christians should be able to understand,
they should ask themselves, Who's really responsible
for the "Death of Morality" in this country? - the gays and lesbians, the militant feminists, etc., or the
globalist elites who have forced mothers into the work place leaving their
children to the "tender mercies" of the streets. The fact is, more
American women are working just to keep the family going than they are to
advance themselves in a career - and the reason for this can be laid directly
at the doorstep of the free trade, anti-union policies the elite has been
championing for the past thirty years.
We need your help to spread the word concerning Antipas Ministries and the
eschatological viewpoint it represents; WE NEED YOUR
HELP BECAUSE WE DO NOT "LINK" WITH OTHER SO-CALLED "CHRISTIAN"
WEBSITES which are, for the most part, "in the tank"
insofar as their loyalty to the United States is concerned
- a loyalty that has made them partners in the BLOODY
trail the American military has left in its TERROR-RIDDEN
rampage throughout the world, as well as making them partners
in the abject poverty that American corporations have
imposed on the peoples and nations the American military
machine has ravaged - A BLOODY, TERROR-RIDDEN RAMPAGE
THAT HAS TO A LARGE DEGREE BEEN CARRIED OUT IN THE NAME
OF THE "PRINCE OF PEACE." [Please see our articles,
"The Third World
as a Model for the New World Order," Inside
the American New World Order System" and "The
American Empire: The Corporate / Pentagon / CIA / Missionary
YOU CAN HELP BY EMAILING
THIS ARTICLE TO
YOUR FRIENDS AND