" ... Sen. Randy Brogdon, R-Owasso, and state Rep. Charles Key, R-Oklahoma City, [are] members of the society. ... "
John Birch Society Sees New Interest
By DENVER NICKS World Staff Writer
An icon of the 1960s culture wars, the John Birch Society might have become a distant memory for people who believe that it has long faded into nonexistence, relegated to the dust bin of history.
Observers of the recent for Tulsa County Commission election know that it has not.
At an informational session Thursday, attended by about 20 people, members of the John Birch Society in Oklahoma gathered to spread their gospel of anti-totalitarianism and organize to resist the looming "New World Order."
"The local newspaper absolutely tore me to shreds," said Sally Bell, a member of the group and recent County Commission candidate.
Bell was criticized by the Tulsa World in an editorial that called the society a "lunatic right wing group."
"I went through a whole lot of stuff to get our message out," said Bell, who says she has become a de facto spokeswoman for the group.
Don Crosson, a section leader for the society, said, "If we'd had a full operation section or two in Tulsa, we'd have won her that campaign."
Crosson also identified state Sen. Randy Brogdon, R-Owasso, and state Rep. Charles Key, R-Oklahoma City, as members of the society. .,..
The society supports a traditionally conservative and isolationist agenda. It cautions that there is a plan to dissolve the borders between the U.S., Canada and Mexico; opposes the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan on constitutional grounds; and calls for the United States to withdraw from the United Nations.
Crosson spoke of what the group perceives as the mounting threat of one-world government and the prospect of a Chinese invasion using a coming pan-American superhighway.
Although prominent in public life at one time, the organization fell out of favor with mainstream conservatives in the 1960s and '70s who reacted to accusations by the society that the American political establishment was controlled by a centuries-old international conspiracy, the group's Web site states. ...
JBS and the Council for National Policy together are tied to reactionary politics, Reinhard Gehlen (Nazi SS), the "commie international" Council on Foreign Relations, tax cuts plus govt subsidies for the rich, Charter Schools, all the "Christian Right" which is mostly Dominionist/Reconstructionist/Calvinist totalitarianism like Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell, Focus on the Family, Dr. Dobson, Mises Institute, Moral Majority, Operation Rescue AND Planned Parenthood, the Reagan Revoution and Bush, Paul Weyrich, Ralph Reed, Jack Kemp, Irving Kristol, Milton Friedman, William Simon, Richard Mellon Scaife (Whitewater, the Arkansas Project), William F. Buckley, Jr., the Rockefeller family, Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church (Moonies), New Age, Scientology, Gospel Outreach Verbo Ministries a.k.a. the "Jesus Movement" (a church created by a CIA psych warfare expert used to undermine Christianity in Latin Am), Heritage Foundation, W.R. Grace, Hudson Institute, Cato Institute and other anti-tax orgs, Ollie North, MK-ULTRA, Operation CHAOS and MOCKINGBIRD, global death squad operations in Latin America, Asia, and the US, using fetuses for Bio-Med testing, and various other right wing scams which claim Patriotism.
The Santa Fe Document, which was a sequel to The Rockefeller Report, was originally titled Inter-American Relations, Shield of the New Order and Sword of the U.S. Ascent to World Power. This document set forth plans to create religious sects on a worldwide scale, whose mission was to corrupt the collective conscience of Christians to willingly accept the Rockefeller agenda. A portion of a book, La Mafia Sects (The Sect Mafia) by Burn Fouchereau, describes the planned use of Evangelical organizations, such as Rios Montt's Church of the Word, as fronts for the CIA to "take charge of the initiative of ideological struggle" in Latin America through religious phenomena, i.e., psychological warfare operations for inculcating Anglo-Saxon ideology.
It's a network of Nazis, Intelligence, Propaganda, and death squad activities.
Remember also that Alex Jones has long said that his father was a Birchite and that he has "a soft spot" for their reactionary ideology. ...