Saturday, September 11, 2021

Election Fraud in Chicago 1982

There has been election fraud in Chicago for a long time.  Here are some quotes from Lapham's Quarterly, Vol. XIII, Number 4, Fall 2020, the Democracy issue, page 158.

The quote below is from a special grand jury report.  The actions of the grand jury resulted in the conviction of 58 individuals, including precinct captains, election judges, and party workers, for acts of voter fraud that were committed during Illinois' November 1982 general election.  "In some Chicago precincts, vote fraud has been routine," the report concludes, "and has occurred over an extended period of time.  The finer points of committing such offenses have actually been passed between successive generations of precinct captains."

Here is some testimony from the grand jury.

One precinct captain stated that he decided to run a learn election during the primary prior to the 1982 general election.  He didn't pay the alcoholics two dollars to vote or forge voters' names that election.  A few days after that election, he was called in before the ward committeeman and asked what his problem was and whether he was trying to go against the ward.  He told the ward committeeman that he had tried to run a clean election.  This precinct captain had been working a city job on the night shift and running a profitable part-time business during the day.  A few days after his talk with the ward committeeman, the precinct captain's shift, and the location of his job, were abruptly changed.  His shift was changed to a day shift so that he was forced to give up his part-time business.  His new job location was not accessible using freeways and was very difficult for him to reach.  After that experience, the precinct captain decided that he would commit voter fraud in subsequent elections as had had been trained to do.

You can examine current cases of election fraud at this website:  Election Fraud Cases, listed on the Heritage Foundation website.


Sunday, September 5, 2021

Is Truth a Naive Concept?

 In Marxism, an Historical and Critical Study by George Lichtheim, page xvii, the author writes "The naive view that doctrines are either true or false, no other judgement being allowed, takes no account of the practical significance of theory:  its relevance to the circumstances it sets out to explain."

Then on page xviii, Mr. Lichtheim writes, "The usual question with regard to the author of a systematic body of thought is: (1) What did he teach? (2) Is what he taught true?  It is questionable whether this approach can ever be very helpful, and it is quite certainly useless in dealing with Marx, the more so as his theories emerged in response to developments which he was the first to identify."

I would summarize these thoughts from Socialist writer George Lichtheim in this way:  Truth is a naive concept, and is quite certainly useless in dealing with Marxism.  I.e., Marxists do not worry about being truthful because they do not believe in truth.

ISBN-13: ‎ 978-0231054256

Friday, September 3, 2021

Famous David Rockefeller Cabal Quote

There is a famous quote from David Rockefeller.  I could not find a full citation, so I bought the book and found the quote so I could cite it accurately.  Here is the famous quote:

Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as "internationalists" and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure -- one world, if you will.  If that's the charge, I stand guilty and I am proud of it.

The book is "David Rockefeller: Memoirs" by David Rockefeller.  The quote is on page 405, in Chapter  37, "Proud Internationalist", Random House, New York, 2002.  Hardcover ISBN 0679405887.

The Rockefellers started the Council on Foreign Relations and David Rockefeller was a globalist and working for a one world order.  He admitted it and he claimed to be a Republican.   Now you begin to understand what is meant by the term "Rockefeller Republican."