Tuesday, August 25, 2009

The John Birch Society Was Right. Everybody Else Was Delusional Or Just Plain Wrong.

Think this guy got lucky? Below, he explains the reasons that Henry Kissinger tricked the United States into Vietnam with his "domino theory" sophistry.

1 comment:

ernie1241 said...

I have seen this comment many times, i.e. "Robert Welch was right" but nobody ever wants to talk about all the times he was gravely mistaken. Why is that?

The famous philosopher and logician, Karl Popper, once wrote that anybody can find "confirmations" to prove whatever they want to prove --- and it is done by selecting only those items which "confirm" their assertions or statements and ignoring everything else. That is what Welch admirers do.

For an alternative perspective which is based upon first-time-released FBI files and documents, see the following 90-page report:

Significantly, even J. Edgar Hoover and senior FBI officials concluded that Welch and the JBS were "extremist", "irrational", "irresponsible", "lunatic fringe" and "fanatics".

FBI investigations about all sorts of matters disproved JBS/Welch conclusions --- and keep in mind that both Welch and the JBS stated repeatedly that Hoover was our nation's most knowledgeable, authoritative and reliable source of data on the communist movement.

More info: