John Birch Founder Predicted 10 Steps to America’s Destruction 55 Years Ago


Melissa Melton

At a John Birch Society council dinner speech on March 9, 1974, society founder Robert Welch laid out what he called the “Insiders” long-range plans for the destruction of American sovereignty.

According to Wikipedia’s entry on Welch, his term “Insiders” referred to a cartel of globalist organizations including Bildeberg, the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission, as well as international financial and big business families such as the Rothschilds and Rockefellers. In other words, it’s what is commonly referred to today as the New World Order: a powerful ultra elite perched on the tippy top of the pyramid and working furiously behind the scenes to bring about a totalitarian one-world government.

John Birch Founder Predicted 10 Steps to America’s Destruction 55 Years Ago

At that council dinner, Welch quoted himself from the John Birch Society’s founding meeting in 1958 — 55 years ago now — laying out ten steps to destroy America.

“A part of that plan, of course, is to induce the gradual surrender of American sovereignty, piece-by-piece and step-by-step, to various international organizations — of which the United Nations is the outstanding but far from the only example,” he said.

Here are the ten steps Welch outlined:

  1. Greatly expanded government spending for every conceivable means of getting rid of ever larger sums of American money as wastefully as possible.
  2. Higher and then much higher taxes.
  3. An increasingly unbalanced budget despite the higher taxes.
  4. Wild inflation of our currency.
  5. Government controls of prices, wages and materials supposedly to combat inflation.
  6. Greatly increased socialistic controls over every operation of our economy and every activity of our daily lives. This is to be accompanied naturally and automatically by a correspondingly huge increase in the size of our bureaucracy and in both the cost and reach of our domestic government.
  7. Far more centralization of power in Washington, and the practical elimination of our state lines. There is a many-faceted drive at work to have our state lines eventually mean no more within the nation than our county lines do now within the states.
  8. The steady advance of federal aid to and control over our educational system leading to complete federalization of our public education.
  9. A constant hammering into the American consciousness of the horror of modern warfare. The beauties and the absolute necessities of peace, peace always on communist terms of course.
  10. The constant willingness of the American people to allow the steps of appeasement by our government that amount to a piece meal surrender of the rest of the free world and the United States itself.

Looking at the state of (post-9/11) America today — the perpetual War on Terror, empire building in the name of “humanitarian regime change” of democratically elected leaders in foreign countries, the Department of Homeland Security and its Transportation Security Administration goon squad, the National Defense Authorization Act and its ability to disappear American citizens suspected of terrorism without due process of law, Obamacare, the National Security Administration’s big brother surveillance state, the militarization of our police in an ever-expanding police state, the common core, the Federal Reserve’s runaway monopoly money printer and a nation hanging on the verge of economic collapse, the crackdown on food freedom — how accurate do you think Welch was in his predictions?

Check out the full video of Welch’s speech, including his solutions, below.

Melissa Melton is a writer, researcher, and analyst for The Daily Sheeple, where this first appeared, and a co-creator of Truthstream Media. Wake the flock up!

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6 Responses

  1. Bob Spittler says:

    Robert (Rabbit) Welch didn’t say a solitary damned thing back in ’59 when he started his millionaire luncheoneers’ club (JBS) that hadn’t already been said back in the 1930s by REAL patriots like Gerald L K Smith, Lawrence Dennis, Fr. Chas. Coughlin, Edw Dudley Pelley, Elizabeth P Dilling, Gen. van Horn-Mosely, Arnold Leese and a host of others…and they did it far more eloquently and far more thoroughly and honestly. And even before that, we had Henry Ford and his Dearborn Independent that was universes more honest than any rag you see on the pulp racks today. Count Cherep-Spiridovich wrote a book in 1926, the SECRET GOVERNMENT or THE HIDDEN HAND (many books in those days had two titles) that gave you better information and more of it than you ever would get from the Birch Society’s “thirteen candles” which are just a bunch of flag waving pablum. In June of 1976, the Birchers, from their hindquarters office then in Belmont, Mass, published an unsigned libel against the Posse Comitatus which organization was effective in fighting communism where the Birchers have never been. Back in ’64, jew-boy Alan Stang tried to accuse Dr Edw Fields, publisher and editor of the THUNDERBOLT, of being a “commuinist” and the Birchers got the crap sued out of them for that phenomenally stupid stunt: Fields had more honest patriotism under his little finger nail than any Bircher had anywhere in his or her anatomy and he knew vastly more about the true nature of communism….aka POALE ZIONISM.

  2. K. Ray says:

    For you poor fools that only use your head for a hat rack, Mr. Welch exposed the NEW WORLD ORDER for what it in fact is. Who would have thought that Europe would be one large community some 50 years ago with basically one currency. Mr Welch talked about that very thing. And if you don’t understand that obuma received the Nobel Peace Prize because he is a New World Order lackey who tried to pass the Global Poverty Act as a Senator, then you really should try reading a book….and comic books don’t count. America has been so dumbed down and fools like iaosuwan below just don’t have the breadth of intellect to comprehend anything but Beavis & Butthead.

  3. laosuwan says:

    Welch was crazy, he accused Presidents Harry S. Truman and Dwight D. Eisenhower of being communists and Soviet agents. Nobody took this guy seriously back then and you should not either now.

    • K. Ray says:

      You are an idiot…..truly an idiot. Mr. Welch never said they were communists you moron. He did expose them as the New World Order types that they in fact were. If you can’t see this world for what it has become then you are either an obuma-ite with the IQ of a chicken or need to change your meds.

      • laosuwan says:

        “In my opinion the chances are very strong that Milton Eisenhower is actually Dwight Eisenhower’s superior and boss within the Communist Party.”[7]

        “We think that an objective survey of Eisenhower’s associates and appointments shows clever Communist brains, aided by willing Communist hands, always at work to give the Communists more power, and to weaken the anti-Communist resistance.”[8]

        In discussing Eisenhower’s appointment of Philip C. Jessup, Robert Welch refers to Eisenhower as “he and his fellow Communists.”[9]

        In discussing Eisenhower’s appointment of James B. Conant, Robert Welch refers to “the appointment of Conant…made by a Communist President…”[10]

        “For Eisenhower and his Communist bosses and their pro-Communist appointees are gradually taking over our whole government right under the noses of the American people.”[11]

        Welch refers to Eisenhower’s actions in Europe which “show his sympathies with the Communist cause and friendship for the Kremlin tyrants…”[12]

        “For the sake of honesty, however, I want to confess here my own conviction that Eisenhower’s motivation is more ideological than opportunistic. Or, to put it bluntly, I personally think that he has been sympathetic to ultimate Communist aims, realistically willing to use Communist means to help them achieve their goals, knowingly accepting and abiding by Communist orders, and consciously serving the Communist conspiracy for all of his adult life.”[13]

        “But my firm belief that Dwight Eisenhower is a dedicated, conscious agent of the Communist conspiracy is based on an accumulation of detailed evidence so extensive and so palpable that it seems to me to put this conviction beyond any reasonable doubt.”[14]

        Actual scanned copies of pages 266-269 from the 1958 unpublished edition of The Politician may be seen here: Politician, pages 266-269

        “To paraphrase

        On page 278 of The Politician, Welch summarized, from his perspective, the only two possible interpretations of President Eisenhower’s motives: “The role he has played, as described in all the pages above, would fit just as well into one theory as the other; that he is a mere stooge or that he is a Communist assigned the specific job of being a political front man.”

        On page 279, Welch discusses the 3 stages by which Communists came to control the U.S. Presidency. In stages 1 and 2, FDR and Truman were “used” by Communists. In Truman’s case, according to Welch, he was used “with his knowledge and acquiescence as the price he consciously paid for their making him President.”

        Then, with respect to Eisenhower, from page 279 of the 1963 published edition of The Politician: “In the third stage the Communists have installed in the Presidency a man who, for whatever reasons, appears intentionally to be carrying forward Communist aims… With regard to this third man, Eisenhower, it is difficult to avoid raising the question of deliberate treason.”

        The original formulation of this comment from the 1958 unpublished version of The Politician is as follows:

        “In the third stage, in my own firm opinion, the Communists have one of their own actually in the Presidency. For this third man, Eisenhower, there is only one possible word to describe his purposes and his actions. That word is treason.”[6]

        There are many other passages in both the 1963 published edition and the 1958 unpublished version of The Politician wherein Welch makes clear that he considered Eisenhower to be a Communist and a traitor. Below are a few

        ^ Buckley, Jr, William F. (2008-03). “Goldwater, the John Birch Society, and Me”. Commentary. Retrieved 2008-10-07.

  4. 5 War Veteran says:

    We know who the criminals are.

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