Masters of Deceit


Excellent book. As it was published in 1957, it’s a bit dated but Hoover (praise be to the ghostwriter) clearly sets forth how communists and latter day leftists go about wrecking the country from within to clear the field for a totalitarian takeover. The book is detailed and goes into great depths in order to educate the reader on the perils of radical leftism, how leftists operate, and how their organizations are structured. However, where Masters of Deceit truly shines is in its encouragement for the reader to resist leftism from within: by focusing on faith, community, family, and patriotism.

Analyzing current events through the lens of this book shows that the Left’s tactics are just the same as they’ve always been, to agitate and destabilize by indoctrination, stoking the fires of identity politics, and by spreading rabid anti American sentiment. Shows just how little has changed and how relevant this book still is 58 years after its publication.

Hoover was right! And now today in 2013 we’re watching it all unfold before our very eyes. Everyone needs to understand what an evil monster communism is. It’s NOT just another political philosophy – it’s a savage and murderous evil that slaughtered more people in the 20th century than all wars in all of human history combined. People need to realize that Socialism is just a vehicle that leads to Communism. Ultimately these governments crush and murder their citizens with an iron fist. The USA is foolishly headed right down that path as I type this. I only hope it’s not too late to stop it if people wake up and realize what’s happening.

Masters of Deceit

Truth and consequences


Truth has a couple of ways to create our paradigm. From personal experience or an outside source. We perceive with direct experience through the sense organs: eyes, ears, nose, skin, tongue and mind.  All external sources of information are from talking, reading, listening or watching another person’s narrative of their experience. A “leap of faith” is needed so that we believe what is being said is true, forthright and valid.

What if a new paradigm develops from new observations or research from valid sources is in opposition of the current orthodox teachings? That’s where our problems start.  Sharing our newfound understanding seems natural and is easy on social media platforms. I have personally experienced some mild backlash for sharing my thoughts of what I believe is true. This process of spreading the truth is not to be taken lightly and there may be consequences.

Here’s the short list of actions…

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Truth and consequences

John F. Kennedy Called Adolf Hitler “Stuff of Legends”, Diary Reveals

A diary kept by President John F Kennedy as a young man travelling in Europe, revealing his fascination with Adolf Hitler, is up for auction.

Kennedy, then 28, predicted “Hitler will emerge from the hatred that surrounds him now as one of the most significant figures who ever lived”. “He had in him the stuff of which legends are made,” he continued. Kennedy wrote the entry in the summer of 1945 after touring the German dictator’s Bavarian mountain retreat. It is thought by historians to be the only diary ever kept by the 35th US president.

The original copy will be auctioned for the first time on 26 April in Boston by longtime owner Deirdre Henderson, who worked as a research assistant for Kennedy while he was a US senator with White House ambitions. He wrote that Hitler “had boundless ambition for his country which rendered him a menace to the peace of the world, but he had a mystery about him in the way he lived and in the manner of his death that will live and grow after him”. The 61-page diary was kept by Kennedy around four months after Hitler committed suicide. At the time, the young American was touring Europe as a newspaper reporter after finishing his military service aboard a ship in the Pacific Ocean.

Nearly two decades later Kennedy would address crowds in West Berlin as US president. He gave Ms Henderson the diary in order to inform her of his views on foreign policy and national security, she said. In a description of the auction, she wrote: “When JFK said that Hitler ‘had in him the stuff of which legends are made’, he was speaking to the mystery surrounding him, not the evil he demonstrated to the world.”

“Nowhere in this diary, or in any of his writings, is there any indication of sympathy for Nazi crimes or cause,” she continued. The diary also contains JFK’s thoughts about the British election and Winston Churchill, who Ms Henderson called his “idol”.

The winning bid is expected to be around $200,000 (£160,000).

John F. Kennedy Called Adolf Hitler “Stuff of Legends”, Diary Reveals