mercoledì 23 novembre 2016

Anarchy USA, In The Name Of Civil Rights UFO TV by G. Edward Griffin USA 1966

Anarchy USA, In The Name Of Civil Rights
UFO TV (1966) 
 
Anarchia USA è un documentario 1966 prodotto dalla John Birch Society, che sostiene che l'allora attiva i diritti degli Stati Uniti civili movimento era in realtà parte di una cospirazione comunista sia per girare negli Stati Uniti comunista e formano anche la creazione di un "Negro Repubblica Sovietica" separati in Black Cintura del Sud (un termine che le pretese della pellicola è stato creato da comunisti). Il film quindi collega il Movimento dei Diritti Civili americano a rivoluzioni comuniste in Algeria, Cuba e la Cina e sostiene che le stesse strategie utilizzate per inaugurare il comunismo in quei luoghi vengono utilizzati negli Stati Uniti e, ergo, è tutto un complotto. E questo è tutto per la trama. Per coloro che non sanno, però, la John Birch Society è un'organizzazione anticomunista teoria del complotto che ha colpito il suo picco di influenza nei primi anni del 1960 fino a quando William Buckley cominciò a vederli come un imbarazzo e corse fuori del movimento conservatore più grande . Si vede mentre era abbastanza comune per le organizzazioni conservatrici allora a chiamare Martin Luther King, Lyndon Johnson, e John F. Kennedy comunisti, la JBS ha preso un passo più in là da anche accusando Eisenhower di essere un comunista. Quindi sì, questo è ciò che abbiamo a che fare qui. Una curiosità, però, il fondatore della JBS, Robert Welch ha fatto la sua fortuna in caramelle, dove ha inventato sia il Sugar Daddy e il latte Duds.
 
 
 
 
 
 Volume 6 of the series Hidden Agenda: Real Conspiracies That Affect Our Lives, by G. Edward Griffin.

This astonishing film, produced at the height of the Civil Rights movement, has become more relevant today than when it was first made in 1965 as a subproduct of the cold war and the "McCarthy-era". Instead of merely telling the story of the 1960s riots, the film explores the circumstances preceding those riots and exposes a covert agenda which profits from the conflict of one group against another.  
 
 
 
Offensively wrong headed but historically fascinating piece of propaganda, 20 October 2007

Author: TimothyFarrell from Worcester, MA

"Anarchy U.S.A." is a documentary made about the civil rights movement made by the infamous John Birch Society at the height of the turmoil. If you're familiar with them, you may already know what to expect. Basically they claim that the Civil Rights movement is a mass communist plot to infiltrate American society. They draw a lot of comparisons between it and Cuba. Already, even the most conservative will probably be unable to take this seriously, and it eventually becomes rather funny because of how offensively wrong headed it is. However, it goes on for far too long and becomes rather monotonous and sleep inducing after a while. Those looking to see what some other people thought of the movement though will find this fascinating on a historical level. (4/10)  
 

Anarchy U.S.A. is a 1966 documentary produced by the John Birch Society that claims that the then active U.S. Civil Rights Movement was actually part of a Communist conspiracy to both turn the U.S. Communist and also form the creation of a separate “Negro Soviet Republic” in Black Belt of the South (a term which the film claims was created by Communists). The film then connects the U.S. Civil Rights Movement to Communist Revolutions in Algeria, Cuba, and China and claims that the same strategies used to usher in Communism in those places are being used in the U.S. as well, ergo, it’s all a conspiracy. And that’s about it for the plot. For those who don’t know though, the John Birch Society is an anti-Communist conspiracy theory organization that hit its peak in influence in the early 1960’s until William Buckley began to see them as an embarrassment and ran them out of the larger conservative movement. You see while it was fairly common for conservative organizations back then to call Martin Luther King, Lyndon Johnson, and John F. Kennedy Communists, the JBS took it a step farther by also accusing Eisenhower of being a Communist. So yeah, that’s what we’re dealing with here. Fun fact though, the founder of the JBS, Robert Welch made his fortune in candy where he invented both the Sugar Daddy and Milk Duds.

Anarchy USA (1966) - YouTube

 
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FY2W1pQMI0w
14 mar 2012 - Caricato da federalexpression
G. Edward Griffin Hidden Agenda, Vol. 4 - Anarchy USA: In the Name of Civil Rights USA: A documentary .
 
Anarchy U.S.A. is a 1966 documentary produced by the John Birch Society that claims that the then active U.S. Civil Rights Movement was actually part of a Communist conspiracy to both turn the U.S. Communist and also form the creation of a separate “Negro Soviet Republic” in Black Belt of the South (a term which the film claims was created by Communists). The film then connects the U.S. Civil Rights Movement to Communist Revolutions in Algeria, Cuba, and China and claims that the same strategies used to usher in Communism in those places are being used in the U.S. as well, ergo, it’s all a conspiracy. And that’s about it for the plot. For those who don’t know though, the John Birch Society is an anti-Communist conspiracy theory organization that hit its peak in influence in the early 1960’s until William Buckley began to see them as an embarrassment and ran them out of the larger conservative movement. You see while it was fairly common for conservative organizations back then to call Martin Luther King, Lyndon Johnson, and John F. Kennedy Communists, the JBS took it a step farther by also accusing Eisenhower of being a Communist. So yeah, that’s what we’re dealing with here. Fun fact though, the founder of the JBS, Robert Welch made his fortune in candy where he invented both the Sugar Daddy and Milk Duds.

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