Joseph McCarthy and Perspective

Let’s put Joseph McCarthy in perspective.

Did Joe McCarthy burn down cities?

Did Joe McCarthy import drugs into the United States of America?

Did Joe McCarthy fight useless wars abroad that killed thousands of Americans and millions of Third World inhabitants.

Did Joe McCarthy outsource jobs?

Did Joe McCarthy tear down statues of Ulysses Grant and Abraham Lincoln?

No, Joe McCarthy didn’t do any of these things.

But, my friends, the CIA, the thug agency of the wealthy elite, did help accomplish these things.

So who is worse? Joe McCarthy or the CIA?

It’s important to put Joseph McCarthy in perspective.

All Joseph McCarthy did was reveal names that were compiled by other congressional committees as to who might be undermining the United States of America.

As it turns out, he was largely right.

So let’s keep that in mind as we evaluate Joseph McCarthy.

It has become all too convenient in America to decry McCarthyism, to condemn Joseph McCarthy.

It’s almost become a habit.

It’s time to stop that bad habit.

Joe McCarthy was not a bad guy.

Joseph McCarthy was a regular guy just like us who was looking after the best interest of the nation.

There were elitists in our nation who were undermining and betraying the United States of America.

In Joseph McCarthy‘s day we called those people communists.

Today we call these people globalists.

Personally, I call them corporate fascists. Calling them communists might give them the veneer that they care about people.

Joseph McCarthy was pulling back the curtain on the corporate fascists of the day.

That’s why our elites punished him.

Joseph McCarthy was revealing who they were and what they were.

It was Joseph McCarthy who revealed what was going on at Fort Monmouth, a military installation in New Jersey.

He wasn’t the first one to notice that Fort Monmouth was a beehive of espionage, but he was the first who had the guts to bring this harmful activity into public consciousness.

He probably thought Dwight Eisenhower might be interested in knowing that his beloved Army was being used in this manner.

Not only was Dwight Eisenhower not interested, Dwight Eisenhower tried to shut the whole thing down by shutting down Joseph McCarthy.

That should tell you much about Dwight Eisenhower.

Dwight Eisenhower was not our friend.

Dwight Eisenhower was an American Quisling. Dwight Eisenhower, with the CIA, helped conduct all sorts of naughtiness against the nations of the world.

Many of the problems that we face today are a result of Dwight Eisenhower’s actions.

Dwight Eisenhower was a criminal.

Dwight Eisenhower’s collaboration with the CIA set the table for the Vietnam war.

Dwight Eisenhower trashed the Geneva Accords which called for an election and reunification of South and North Vietnam in 1956.

Ike created SEATO, established a country that didn’t exist, supported a thug named Diem, labeled a national hero, Ho Chi Minh, a communist (he was a nationalist), and backed it up with a silly, unproven pseudo-theory called “The Domino Theory.”

Eisenhower did all this at the behest of the greedy businessmen who were after the enormous resources in the region.

And there were many of those: oil, gas, palm oil, rubber, latex, gold, copper.

Hah, the media hardly discusses that at all.

Instead our nation’s press, the agent of the empire, gather together to demonize Joe McCarthy.

Of course they do. They have to promote a whipping post to take your mind off the real criminals in our country.

If they do criticize Dwight Eisenhower, they refer to him as an aloof out of touch golfer.

He was nothing of the sort. Dwight Eisenhower was actively involved with the shenanigans of the CIA.

He approved every mission, and there were plenty of them.

To give him credit for exposing the potential harms of the military industrial complex when he was on his way out of office is a joke.

Here is a ticket on the clue train: Dwight Eisenhower was the military industrial complex.

He was just another puppet of the wealthy elite.

If he was so aghast at the increasing power of the military industrial complex, why didn’t he resign?

He didn’t resign because he wanted the glory, the power, and the money that goes with being President.

Ergo, he sold his soul for thirty pieces of silver.

Everything that you have heard about him from the main stream media is propaganda.

Oh, I hear you say, but Dwight Eisenhower was the commander of the armies in World War II.

Yes, he was, and that was a war that never should have existed.

To give the people who caused the war credit for winning the war is outrageous and unwarranted.

Moral leaders, which we have never had, would have prevented that war.

Moral leaders would never have crafted a Treaty of Versailles which ultimately led to the rise of fascism.

Moral leaders on Wall Street would never have financed Adolf Hitler which they did do.

Moral leaders would never have outsourced jobs to Southeast Asia and China.

Moral leaders would not have fought imperialist wars in Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

Joe McCarthy did none of these things.

On the other hand, American Quislings like Dwight Eisenhower did.

So let’s put Joe McCarthy in perspective.

Joe McCarthy was pulling back the curtain on the corporate fascists in our country.

What Joe McCarthy didn’t understand was how pervasive their globalist agenda was.

What Joe McCarthy didn’t understand was how these globalists had invaded and infected our elected representatives.

What Joe McCarthy didn’t know was that these communist regimes and movements were being occultly bankrolled and sustained by the American corporations who he was defending.

Today, we have what Jim McCarthy didn’t have: 60 years of experience after his time in Washington.

You see, he lived in an era in which it was inconceivable to an American that its government would be hijacked by corporate fascists whose goal was to create a nation of compliant serfs.

But that is exactly what happened.

Joe McCarthy was the first victim of political correctness.

He defied the orthodoxy.

And that is why he was demonized then and today.

It’s time for that to stop.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2022 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

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