henrymakow.com — July 19, 2018
Alan Stang (1932-2009) died nine years ago today (July 19). For almost 50 years, the American people had no more stalwart and courageous defender than this man, who was born Jewish and converted to Christianity. In his book, It’s Very Simple, (1965) he exposed the “Civil Rights” Movement as Judeo-Masonic (Communist) subversion.
Because he opposed the Communist (Illuminati) conspiracy, he has been flushed down the memory hole. For 50 years of dedication and sacrifice, there is barely a decent obituary online, let alone a biography or Wikipedia article.
This is the thanks true patriots get in Zionist Occupied Amerika. Luckily his articles and many broadcasts and books are still available.
“I have been writing about these monsters for some forty-five years. I know they have been committing monstrous atrocities for some two hundred years. I am tired of being polite.”
“My Language- Not for Sissies” (2007)
by Alan Stang — (Abridged by henrymakow.com)
We’re an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you’re studying that reality – judiciously, as you will – we’ll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that’s how things will sort out. We’re history’s actors . . . and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do. (Ron Suskind, NYTimes Magazine, Oct. 17, 2004). Said by Karl Rove
Some forty-five years ago, when I first became aware of the conspiracy for world domination, took up my sword and shield in the battle for America and sallied forth to arouse others, I discovered two kinds of people. Race, sex, ethnicity and education did not seem to matter. The difference between the two kinds cut through them all.
The first kind would tell me that he or she had long suspected something was wrong but couldn’t identify it. Now that I had, everything came into focus and they could. Now they could easily predict what would happen, simply because they knew what had happened before. Even today I can still do that and mystify people, but it is so easy, so obvious, I don’t even think of it as predicting.
Indeed, from time to time I still get messages from people who say that when they first heard me talk, the shock was so great they knew I was crazy, but now that sufficient time has passed they realize that they are crazy too. One lady actually said that. “Guess what? Now I’m crazy too!”
…The second kind of prospect would listen with half an ear, sometimes less, and remain unconvinced. “Prove it! Prove it!” I can hear one of them shouting. So I would go away and come back with more proof. But I never could persuade them. The proof I presented was never enough, or never enough of the right kind…
But they never did and I continued to blame myself, wasting precious time. As you can probably imagine, the frustration was intense. Only gradually did the truth dawn that there was nothing wrong with me. There was something wrong with them. Some of them were simply too weak minded or intimidated or covetous to face reality. Others may have been deliberately trying to waste my time.
Whatever the reason, as the truth finally dawned on me, I, of course, changed my method. Now, maybe once a year, I would stop by for a few minutes to see whether they had made any progress, whether they had recovered from their delusions. Sometimes they had; often they had not. If not, I would cheerfully go my way.