Testimonial: The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress
May 25, 2013
Terresa Monroe-Hamilton posts a pre-release review of Trevor Loudon’s soon to be released “The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress.”
Trevor Loudon’s new book “The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress,” clarified for me just how much trouble we are in as a nation and how completely infiltrated our halls of power have become. The book gave me an in-depth look into the subversive nature of progressive politics in this country and changed forever how I view the political spectrum. If this book does not wake America up to the enemies within, I do not know what will. It should be on every household and educational shelf in the country and it should be the go-to source for the true backgrounds on those who seek (and broker) power and influence in America. This book is the deciding factor on who goes and who stays, using facts and research to tell the real stories of actions rather than opinion and propaganda.
Not only does the book look intently at the records of over 60 of America’s politicians, it defines and explains numerous progressive groups in layman terms. Each section is incredibly detailed with photos and a multitude of references, coming from hundreds of sources. The research and documentation put into this book are way beyond the expected, and incontrovertible in their historical analysis. If you want to know who many of your politicians truly are, this is THE source for finding that out. A silent coup has been going on in our government and this book lays bare the records of those we have entrusted with the reins of government.
“The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress” is Trevor Loudon’s second book, following the highly acclaimed “Barack Obama and the Enemies Within.” It is a masterpiece of research and tells a life and death story for America. The communist and socialist influences in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate are finally brought to light, just in time to pull America back from the edge of the Marxist cliff we are heading for. Our current state of demise has been well planned and plotted. It is not incompetence or accidental… It is the purposeful subversion of the greatest nation on earth. This book is in a class by itself and I strongly recommend it to every American who longs to regain the America they once knew and loved. It is one of our most powerful weapons to defeat The Enemies Within.
– Terresa Monroe-Hamilton / NoisyRoom.net
The official release date is August 20, 2013. You can be one of the first to own a copy.
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In Democratic Congressman Charles Rangel, Fidel Castro has his main booster (of many) in the U.S. Congress. Sure, the accolades from Harry Belafonte, Steven Spielberg, Oliver Stone, Norman Mailer, Ted Turner, Dan Rather, George Mc Govern, etc., are all nice. But Charlie Rangel provides more than mere attaboys. He’s also there to facilitate Elian’s return and to bear-hug Fidel during his last visit to Harlem.
[..]the Cuban Maestro’s (Fidel Castro) own visit in 1995 to New York (a city he twice tried to incinerate. See full documentation in Fidel; Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant) for the U.N.’s 50th anniversary festivities. “The Toast of Manhattan!” crowed Time magazine about Castro’s reception by the General Assembly and later by Manhattan’s Beautiful People.
“The Hottest Ticket in Manhattan!” read a Newsweek story that week, referring to the social swirl that engulfed Castro. After Castro’s whooping, hollering, foot-stomping ovation in the General Assembly, he was fêted by New York’s best and brightest, hobnobbing with dozens of Manhattan’s glitterati, pundits and power brokers.
First, there was dinner at the Council on Foreign Relations. After holding court there for a rapt David Rockefeller, along with Robert McNamara, Dwayne Andreas and Random House’s Harold Evans, Castro flashed over to Mort Zuckerman’s Fifth Avenue pad, where a throng of Beltway glitterati, including a breathless Mike Wallace, Peter Jennings, Tina Brown, Bernard Shaw and Barbara Walters, all jostled for a brief tryst, cooing and gurgling to Castro’s every comment.
All clamored for autographs and photo ops. Diane Sawyer was so overcome in the mass killer’s presence that she rushed up, broke into that toothy smile of hers, wrapped her arms around Castro and smooched him warmly on the cheek.
“You people are the cream of the crop!” beamed the bearded Cuban man of the people to the smiling throng that surrounded him.
“Hear, hear!” chirped the delighted guests while tinkling their wine glasses in appreciation and glee.
And the mass murderer had barely scratched the surface of his fan club. According to the U.S. Cuba Trade and Economic Council, on that visit Castro received 250 dinner invitations from Manhattan celebrities and power brokers.
Fidel’s reception at the United Nations Millennium Summit in 2000 was no less rapturous. Afterward, he made his way to Harlem’s Abyssinian Baptist Church, where pastor Calvin Butts gushed: “It is in our tradition to welcome all who are visionaries, revolutionaries and who seek the liberation of all people. God Bless you, Fidel!”
“The mainly African American audience, which included New York Democratic representatives Charles Rangel and Nydia Velasquez, enthusiastically greeted the Communist leader with a ten minute standing ovation,” reported People’s Weekly World. “Chants of ‘VIVA FIDEL!’ resounded from the rafters.”
Harlem’s delirious ovation for the incarcerator of the century’s longest suffering black political prisoner rose to the level of an earthquake — to a hurricane. The very walls and rafters shook with shrieks of “FIDEL! VIVA FIDEL!!” Elombe Brathe, head of the Patrice Lumumba Coalition and chair for the meeting, asked the audience, “Who would you rather come to Harlem? Fidel or Giuliani?”
“FIDEL!” They erupted. “FIDEL! VIVA FIDEL!” Then, with Congresswoman Maxine Waters looking on in rapture, Charlie Rangel waddled up to the podium beside the Great One. Fidel — oomph! — finally caught his breath, beamed and returned the rotund senator’s mighty bear hug.