henrymakow.com — Feb 17, 2018
The US is a country of co-conspirators. A measure of this subversion is the vilification of Joseph McCarthy, second only to Hitler.
What do these two men have in common? Resistance to Communism, (i.e. the Masonic Jewish satanic cult.)
History has proven him right about Communist subversion. However this cancer has spread so far that the myth of a “witchhunt” continues to be perpetuated. Most of those who denounce(d) him are(were) dupes or fellow travelers.
“Virtually every one of the people accused of being a Soviet agent by Elizabeth Bentley and Whittaker Chambers — both reviled and denounced for making false charges not only by political partisans in the 1940s but by historians ever since — turns out to have been a Soviet spy.”
“From its inception in 1919, the CPUSA had been generously funded by the Soviet Union, with subsidies that reached $3,000,000 a year by the mid-1980s… the Party leadership had worked closely with Soviet intelligence to ferret out American secrets.”
“We have already …possessed the minds of the goy communities…[they are] looking through the spectacles we are setting astride their noses.”
Protocols of Zion, 12
Makow Comment– Historians like Klehr cannot see the BIG PICTURE. Even McCarthy lacked this. Communism is a branch of Freemasonry (Cabalist Judaism), which is an instrument of the Rothschilds. Illuminati insider Chaim Rakovsky revealed in 1938, “the aim of Freemasonry is the triumph of Communism.” All the players are Freemasons or their tools, including FDR, Truman, Churchill, and Stalin. This is why McCarthy’s warnings were ignored and he was destroyed. Soviet agents like Alger Hiss and Harry Dexter White defined the postwar world. The rot is so widespread that they now stage mass shootings on a regular basis to terrorize and disarm the American people. Finally, add this to your list of movies that will never be made: How Joseph McCarthy (and also Defence Sec. James Forrestal) were murdered.
by Harvey Klehr — (Excerpts by henrymakow.com)
McCarthyism is [regarded as] the most frightening and detestable era in modern American history. For much of the 1970s, 1980s and 1990, there was a steady outpouring of books and articles arguing that the Communist Party of the United States was a small, inoffensive group of idealists committed to democracy, civil rights and labor organizing that was demonized and persecuted by an American Inquisition, headed not only by McCarthy, but also by J. Edgar Hoover, head of the FBI, and Richard Nixon, persecutor of Alger Hiss…
Among historians, there was widespread support for the idea that that American government had vastly overestimated the threat of Soviet espionage. The convictions of Alger Hiss and the Rosenbergs were widely regarded as miscarriages of justice. The charges by Elizabeth Bentley that dozens of government employees had given her secret data to turn over to the Russians were derided as the unsupported ravings of a deluded alcoholic. President Truman’s imposition of a federal loyalty-security program was attacked as an unjustified intrusion on civil liberties…