Robert Welch – Predicting Insiders Plans to Destroy America (1958) + UCLACommStudies – Welch at UCLA, May 17, 1967 + Jeff Nilsson – Rise and Fall of the John Birch Society + James Phelan – Mutiny

Robert Welch (foto Bill Bridge)

Mind Blowing Speech Predicting Insiders Plans to Destroy America (1958)

Gepubliceerd 27 apr. 2009


Paradigm Shifting

Proof that the NEW WORLD ORDER has been Planned by the Elite. Robert Welch, Founder of The John Birch Society, predicted today S Problems with Uncanny Accuracy Back in 1958 and Prescribed Solutions in 1974 that are Very Similar to Ron Paul S Positions Today. This is Proof that there are Plans in Place by the Elite to Systemically Disassemble US Sovereignty. I wonder Who those Elite are.


Robert Welch Speaking at UCLA, May 17, 1967

Published 21 mrt. 2014

From the Archives of the UCLA Communications Studies Department. Digitized 2013. The Views and Ideas expressed in these Video S are Not Necessarily Shared by the University of California, or by the UCLA Communication Studies Department.


The Rise and Fall of the John Birch Society: 50 Years Ago

Barry Goldwater was Widely Known as A Man with Extreme Views. He is Still Remembered as the Man who said, “Extremism in the Defense of Liberty is No Vice.” But even Goldwater thought Robert Welch went Too Far.

Welch founded the John Birch Society in 1958 to Oppose what he saw as the Growing Communist Influence in America. Through his Publications, he attacked Whom Ever he thought was Furthering the Interest of the Soviets. He also Promoted the Idea of Impeaching Chief Justice Earl Warren and the Withdrawing the US from the United Nations.

He named the John Birch Society after an American Military Advisor in China who had been Killed by Communist forces. Welch thought Birch would be A Suitable Model for the Anti Communist Cause.

When Welch started his Society, the Hunt for Communist Agents and Sympathizers was Still Going Strong. Many Politicians and Journalists were Gaining Notoriety for their Declarations of Enmity to Communism Everywhere. But None were More Committed than Welch, Who Sttacked Anyone he Suspected of Colluding with Soviet Russia.

An 1963 Wanted poster accusing John F. Kennedy of treason and listing his supposedly traitorous acts.

This Handbill was Circulated by Extremists in Dallas, Texas, on November 21, 1963, Just One Day before President Kennedy visited the City and was Assassinated

To Many Americans, the Society seemed Extreme in it S Black and White Thinking about Patriots and Traitors, Loyalty and Treason. But Welch S Message Appealed to Others. By 1965, it S Membership had Grown to 95,000. It might have continued Growing, too, but Welch didn T know When to Stop.

The Zealotry of the John Birch Society alienated it S Potential Allies. William F Buckley, then A Rising Star in the New Conservative Movement, denounced Welch and the Society and urged the Republican Party to Distance It Self from the Radical Fringe Group.

Senator Goldwater welcomed the Society S Support, which Proved Instrumental in helping him win the Republican Nomination. But Goldwater could Not Accept Welch. He wrote “I believe the Best Thing Mr Welch could do to Serve the Cause of Anti Communism in the United States would be to Resign.”

Mutiny in the Birch Society,” from the April 8, 1967, Issue of the Post, portrays Welch, and his Organization, in Decline. Emboldened by Success, he had leveled Charges of Communism against Chief Justice Earl Warren and the Aggressively Anti Communist Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles, as well as Accusing Defense Secretary General George C Marshall of being in League with the Soviets.

But when Welch accused President Ike Eisenhower of either being A Communist or being Controlled by them, he went Too Far. He earned Strong Disapproval from A Country that Still Liked Ike, and he began Losing Followers Who Doubted his Judgment.

Welch, though, Never regretted making the Accusations. He worked Hard to Regain the Society S Momentum, but he was Alone. His Uncompromising Nature had Prevented him from Forming Helpful Alliances. Only Fringe Members of the Radical Right were willing to Associate with him, and these Characters were Alienating Conservatives even More Quickly with Claims of Jewish Conspiracies and that President Kennedy was Killed by his Soviet Bosses.

Another Factor contributed to the Decline of the John Birch Society, Americans Attitudes toward Communism were Changing when this Article Appeared. Thousands of Americans had Died in Vietnam, and Thousands More would Follow. Many Americans, Particularly those of Draft Age, were Starting to Wonder Whether the Great Crusade to Stop Communist Expansion was Worth it.

The Saterday Evening Post, April 5, 2017


C Jason Landau
January 13, 2022 at 3:16 PM

July 21, 2021 at 12:35 AM
Um, so the Attacks against JBS is that they associated with Racists 50 Years Ago?
Do they espouse Racism?
Didnt the Democratic Party and its President Mr Biden honor Robert Grand Cyclops Byrd?I think the Critique is Hypocritical to say the Least

Ernie Lazar
May 3, 2020 at 4:33 PM
In Reply to Thomas Johnson’ S erroneous comment. The Birch Society only “Expelled” Bigots if they made Some Public Comment which associated them with the JBS. Even Then, there were Many Bigots who were Never Expelled, such as Major General Edwin A Walker who gave SCORES of Speeches Every Year to White Supremacist groups including at KKK and White Citizens Councils Events, but that did Not Prevent the JBS from Honoring Walker as “Our Greatest Living American” in 1963.
The JBS hired Reverend Ferrell Griswold and Sheriff Jim Clark (Selma, AL) as Paid Speakers for the JBS. Both of Them were Overt Racists. Griswold Frequently was the Featured Speaker at Klan Meetings in the South because he said, the Klan was A “Patriotic” and “Conservative” Organization.
Note At the time he made his Klan Speeches, the Klan was Listed as A Subversive Organization on the US Attorney General S List of Subversive Organizations starting November 24, 1947.
Also see Reverend Ferrell Griswold, “What One Communist Agent Can Do To Endanger Your Freedom,” which Griswold wrote for the Official Monthly Publication of the United Klans of America, this is The Fiery Cross, May 20, 1964, Page 4.

John Wright
February 8, 2020 at 2:46 PM

January 26, 2020 at 11:42 AM
Mr Johnson is Gravely Mistaken. The JBS hired Racists and Anti Semites as Writers and Speakers for the JBS. Some examples include Eric Dudley Butler, the Far East Correspondent for the JBS Magazine, and A Paid Speaker for the JBS, Gordon “Jack” Mohr, who was an Adherent of Christian Identity Racist Ideology, and Revilo P Oliver (A JBS National Council Member and Editor of Annual JBS magazine “Scoreboard” issue who left the JBS to Write for the Neo Nazi Magazine Liberty Bell.
The JBS also Recommended Publications Authored by Anti Semites such as Nesta Webster S Books.

Eric Rachut, MD
January 19, 2020 at 6:58 PM
Concur with Foregoing Comment are Factual Errors, Particularly the Unreferenced Claim that JBS has been Anti Semitic or that John F Kennedy was Assassinated by “Soviet Bosses” (isn T this Sort of Unsubstantiated, Wild Claim the Very Thing you accuse the John Birch Society of doing?) The John Birch Society in 2020 is doing better than ever – how is the Saturday Evening Post doing?

John scollay coffe
January 14, 2019 at 5:39 PM
Interesting I grew up in New Canaan Connected. The Butchers were Active at One Point my Dad was Involved for A Short Time but Labeled the Organization as Being Too Extreme. Interesting Article Merci Gracia S et cetera.

Thomas Johnson
June 2, 2017 at 10:41 AM
Multiple Factual Errors in this Article.
(1) Goldwater Specifically defendded JBS and its Alleged Extremism.
2) The John Birch Society Never Circulated Claims of Jewish Conspiracies and in Fact has Always had Jewish Leaders and expelled Anti Semites.
(3) Far from Declining, the JBS is Probably at It S Most Influential Point Ever, Even According to Many Left Wing Commentators.

Mutiny in the Birch Society

James Phelan – Mutiny in the Birch Society Saturday Evening Post, April 8, 1967, Page 21

James Phelan – Mutiny in the Birch Society Saturday Evening Post, April 8, 1967, Page 22 – 23

James Phelan – Mutiny in the Birch Society Saturday Evening Post of April 8, 1967, Page 24 – 25

Saturday Evening Post, April 8, 1967

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