Dobbs Was Forced Out Say Sources, CNN Insiders

Dobbs Was Forced Out Say Sources, CNN Insiders
Huge severance package was part of deal offered by higher ups who “wanted him out”

Steve Watson
November 16, 2009

Sources close to Lou Dobbs and Insiders at CNN have indicated that the legendary anchorman was forced to resign from the network because his coverage was not “middle of the road” or “opinion-free” enough for the network.

According to comments by Robert Dilenschneider, a spokesman for the anchorman, CNN was so determined to remove Dobbs, it gave him an $8 million severance package to leave.

CNN boss Jonathan Klein was unhappy with Dobbs’ coverage regarding illegal immigration, according to Dilenschneider. The Network head believed Dobbs was at odds with CNN’s mandate to occupy the middle ground between Fox News and MSNBC.

Dobbs has also recently aired stories regarding concerns over a shift away from national sovereignty toward a North American Union. He also regularly broached the drive toward a New World Order in addition to Martial Law and the erosion of Posse Comitatus.

The severance package was negotiated after it became clear that the feud between Klein and Dobbs could not be resolved without Dobbs’ exit.

Dobbs had eighteen months left to run on a $12 million contract.

“They wanted him out,” Dilenschneider told The New York Post. “The end came quickly once the exit package had been negotiated.”

Another CNN insider, Chris Plante, claimed that left leaning bias was to blame for Dobbs’ exit.

“His opinions are out of lockstep with the rest of the mainstream news media,” Plante, a seventeen year CNN correspondent, told Howard Kurtz on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” program.

Plante described Dobbs, as “the last conservative voice on the channel,” and added that the higher ups felt he no longer fit in and had to go.

Plante added that CNN hosts Campbell Brown, Anderson Cooper, and Larry King are not “completely neutral,” prompting Kurtz to ask, “Are you suggesting that those hosts lean to the left?”

“Yes, I am” Plante responded.

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CNN Lou Dobbs quits because shots fired on his home?
November 14, 2009, 11:36 am
Filed under: CNN, Dictatorship, Empire, george soros, Geraldo Rivera, Illegal Immigration, La Raza, lou dobbs

CNN Lou Dobbs quits because shots fired on his home?


McCain and Obama attend ’La Raza’ meeting

McCain and Obama attend ’la Raza’ meeting


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Bush, McCain & Obama To Visit Bohemian Grove?

Bush, McCain & Obama To Visit Bohemian Grove?

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
July 11, 2008

Outgoing President George W. Bush and both of his presumptive replacements John McCain and Barack Obama are rumored to be in attendance at this year’s Bohemian Grove gathering, an annual get-together of the global elite staged inside a sprawling forest encampment which kicks off tonight and runs until July 27.

Bohemian Grove is a 136-year-old all-male encampment complete with restaurants, bars, stages and lodges, which caters to around 2,000 members of the global elite along with Californian hoi polloi on a yearly basis in July. The camp is set within a 2,700 acre secluded forest replete with giant redwood trees.

Former attendees include Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon, who both went on to become President, as well as regulars like Henry Kissinger, Alan Greenspan, David Rockefeller, Colin Powell, as well as George W. Bush and his father.

In 2000 radio host and film maker Alex Jones infiltrated the gathering and caught exclusive video footage of a bizarre mock human sacrifice ritual, known as “the cremation of care”, under a 40 foot stone owl that the members refer to as Molech.

Alex Jones discusses the shocking footage he obtained during his 2000 infiltration of the Grove.

Homosexual orgies are known to be part of the festivities enjoyed by the predominately “Christian conservative” leaders who go there. Former attendee Richard Nixon once referred to the Grove as, “the most faggy goddamned thing you could ever imagine.”

A reader who got a summer job working at the Grove in 2005, Chris Jones, told us that he was regularly propositioned for sex by the old men attending the encampment and asked if he “slept around” and wanted to have some fun.

Jones was later sentenced to three years in jail by California authorities for simply showing a tape of his visit to minors.

However, the media’s attitude to hundreds of powerbrokers attending an event at which the Manhattan Project was known to have been born, while frolicking around dressed up as women pissing up trees and having gay sex, has been sophomoric to say the least.

One such hit piece in the Sacramento News & Review, which ties the Grove as well as public organizations such as the Bilderberg Group and the Trilateral Commission with shape-shifting reptoid conspiracies, is useful for only one piece of information – the claim that Presidential hopeful John McCain may be attending this year’s gathering.

George W. Bush and his father give a lakeside talk at Bohemian Grove in this photo from the Grove’s annual yearbook.

In addition, according to an Arizona Daily Star report about a different subject, President Bush’s schedule for next week has not been released, meaning Bush, a regular attendee with his father to Bohemian Grove in past years, could be set to make a visit at some point to mark the last year of his presidency.

Tellingly, both McCain and Democratic candidate Barack Obama will be in California from Saturday to Tuesday, during which time both candidates are scheduled to speak at the National Council of La Raza, a racist Mexican separatist group that advocates a violent overthrow of the southwestern U.S. states.

Their schedule puts them in the perfect location to enjoy a night at the Grove this weekend.

Two years ago we were able to accurately surmise then British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s visit to the Grove, which coincided with a visit to San Francisco where he met with powerbrokers.

Thus far, there has only been one other mainstream report concerning the event, an article entitled Power brokers due at Bohemian Grove, appearing in the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, a local paper that routinely covers the gathering.

“Critics, who until recent years mounted protests outside its gates, say the gatherings serve as strategy sessions for a New World Order operating outside democratic institutions,” states the article.

“Most critics raise the specter of national policy with global implications coming from behind the gates of an exclusive, closed-door gathering of largely conservative, wealthy white men.”

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Absolut Promotes Mexico Take Over Of U.S.

Absolut Promotes Mexico Take Over Of U.S.

LA Times
April 4, 2008

The latest advertising campaign in Mexico from Swedish vodka maker Absolut promises to push all the right buttons south of the U.S. border, but it could ruffle a few feathers in El Norte.

The billboard and press campaign, created by advertising agency Teran\TBWA and now running in Mexico, is a colorful map depicting what the Americas might look like in an “Absolut” — i.e., perfect — world.

The U.S.-Mexico border lies where it was before the Mexican-American war of 1848 when California, as we now know it, was Mexican territory and known as Alta California.

Following the war, the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo saw the Mexican territories of Alta California and Santa Fé de Nuevo México ceded to the United States to become modern-day California, Texas, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado and Arizona. (Texas actually split from Mexico several years earlier to form a breakaway republic, and was voluntarily annexed by the United States in 1846.)

The campaign taps into the national pride of Mexicans, according to Favio Ucedo, creative director of leading Latino advertising agency Grupo Gallegos in the U.S.

Ucedo, who is from Argentina, said: “Mexicans talk about how the Americans stole their land, so this is their way of reclaiming it. It’s very relevant and the Mexicans will love the idea.”

But he said that were the campaign to run in the United States, it might fall flat.

“Many people aren’t going to understand it here. Americans in the East and the North or in the center of the county — I don’t know if they know much about the history.

“Probably Americans in Texas and California understand perfectly and I don’t know how they’d take it.”

Meanwhile, the campaign has been circulating on the blogs and generating strong responses from people north of the border.

“I find this ad deeply offensive, and needlessly divisive. I will now make a point of drinking other brands. And ’vodka and tonic’ is my drink,” said one visitor, called New Yorker, on

Reader Paul Green goes into a discussion on the blog Gateway Pundit of whether the U.S. territories ever belonged to Mexico in the first place, and the News12 Long island site invited people to boycott Absolut, with one user, called LivingSmall, writing: “If you drink Absolut vodka, you can voice your approval or disapproval of this advertising campaign with your purchases. I know I will be switching to Grey Goose or Stoli and will never have another bottle of Absolut in my house.

“Hey Absolut … that’s my form of social commentary.”

La-Z-Boy, Whirlpool Moving Jobs To Mexico

April 4, 2008

La-Z-Boy and Whirlpool are moving jobs to new plants in Mexico, bringing job losses to hundreds of workers in Dayton and Cleveland.

La-Z-Boy employees in Dayton were told today that the cutting and sewing operation is being moved to Mexico.

Kathy Liebmann, La-Z-Boy spokesperson, said the Dayton facility has over 2,000 employees, but she did not have a breakdown on those in cutting and sewing. A La-Z-Boy employee said it was around 750.

Ms. Liebmann said La-Z-Boy is closing a plant at Tremonton, Utah, but will keep its other plants open, including the one at Dayton. She said the 400 production jobs at the Utah plant will be spread over the other five plants.

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Elite Funding Both Sides Of Immigration Issue

Elite Funding Both Sides Of Immigration Issue

Ethan Allen
Rogue Government
February 20, 2008

In yet another move by the global elite in hedge funding to insure victory no matter who wins, the Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, the Gates Foundation, the Macarthur Foundation, as well as others, have been providing funding to the National Council of La Raza, one of the most racist Hispanic ‘civil rights’ groups. La Raza literally means ‘The Race’ translated from Spanish, and is well known for selling racist and xenophobic propaganda to legal as well as illegal Hispanic immigrants inside the United States. They have a long and controversial history and have had clashes with whites and minorities of other races over immigration, employment and cultural issues.

The elites’ cash cows have also been big donors to other left leaning illegal immigration, including MALDEF, the Center for Immigrant democracy, Casa Mexico, and the Mexican-American legal defense and education fund. A quick google search of the philanthropic groups will reveal that they are open and proud of their investments into these immigration groups. The Macarthur Foundation’s own website admits proudly how they showered La Raza with $600,000 and a $350,000 grants. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has gone ever farther, coughing up over $20 million to La Raza since 2002.

And on the flip side of the immigration issue, the pro border control and anti-illegal immigration group, FAIR (Federation for American immigration reform), has received over $1.2 million dollars from the Pioneer Fund, a group founded in 1937 on the basis of study in eugenics and ‘race sciences.’ Several of the the Pioneer fund’s beneficiaries include Arthur Jenson, Richard Lynn, J Phillip Rushton, and Roger Pearson, all right leaning eugenicists and social biology advocates. The Pioneer fund also has ties to the Council for National Policy and the Heritage foundation, two more right wing policy research organizations.

Despite funding both sides of the immigration issue and the apparent contradictions involved, that’s not the end to the madness. The Macarthur Foundation has also been forking over dough to several planned parenthood organizations to increase the education and use of abortion and safe sex; tools of soft population control. Since 1986, the Macarthur Foundation has donated over $215 million to almost 1,000 groups and individuals in the field of population and reproductive health.

Whether it’s left wing groups promoting open borders and drivers licenses for illegal aliens, or right wing groups calling for deportation and border control, the eugenics loving, big brother hugging elites have been bank rolling their way to a victorious step in moving us all closer to their vision of a new world order. How can one fail when one has pawns on both sides of the chess board? The game is fixed.


Calderon Blasts U.S. Immigration Policies
September 3, 2007, 4:38 pm
Filed under: Atzlan, Felipe Calderon, Immigration, La Raza, Mexico, North American Union, Vicente Fox

Calderon Blasts U.S. Immigration Policies

September 2, 2007

MEXICO CITY — President Felipe Calderon blasted U.S. immigration policies on Sunday and promised to fight harder to protect the rights of Mexicans in the U.S., saying “Mexico does not end at its borders.”

The criticism earned Calderon a standing ovation during his first state-of-the nation address.

Mexican President Felipe Calderon gives his state of the nation address at the National Palace in Mexico City, Sunday, Sept. 2, 2007.

“We strongly protest the unilateral measures taken by the U.S. Congress and government that have only persecuted and exacerbated the mistreatment of Mexican undocumented workers,” he said. “The insensitivity toward those who support the U.S. economy and society has only served as an impetus to reinforce the battle … for their rights.”

He also reached out to the millions of Mexicans living in the United States, many illegally, saying: “Where there is a Mexican, there is Mexico.”

Since taking office in December, Calderon has maintained strong ties with the United States, but he has often denounced U.S. immigration policy, including more deportations that have divided many families, sometimes forcing U.S.-born children to build new lives in Mexico.

Calderon addressed the nation Sunday from the National Palace, avoiding a showdown with leftist opposition lawmakers who had vowed to prevent him from making the speech in Congress, as Mexican tradition dictates.

Mexico’s Federal Electoral Tribunal declared Calderon the winner of the July 2006 race nearly a year ago, rejecting leftist candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador claims that Calderon’s narrow victory was fraudulent.

Calderon’s predecessor, Vicente Fox, was also blocked last year from making his state-of-the-nation address in Congress after leftist lawmakers stormed the stage and refused to give him passage. The lawmakers claimed Fox unfairly aided Calderon’s win, which Fox denied. Both are members of the conservative National Action Party.

Lopez Obrador refused to recognize Calderon’s eventual victory and declared himself leader of a parallel government. But he has largely disappeared from the public eye amid sharp divisions within his leftist Democratic Revolutionary Party.

Calderon, meanwhile, has garnered some of the highest approval ratings in Mexico’s history.

He said Sunday that Mexico has created 618,000 new jobs since January and needs to do more to close the giant gap between the rich and the poor. He also promised not to let up in his nationwide crackdown on drug gangs who control large swaths of Mexican territory.

“We can close our eyes to the reality, and because we are afraid or irresponsible, let organized crime take over our streets,” he said. “Or we can decide to fight and defeat crime with all the risks and costs that implies.”

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Neo-Nazi Immigration Demo: More Fed Provocateuring?

Neo-Nazi Immigration Demo: More Fed Provocateuring?
Past examples of state organised extremism provide stark warnings

Steve Watson
August 28
, 2007

A Neo-Nazi demonstration against illegal immigration, scheduled this weekend in a Nebraska town, is gaining media attention. However, it should be noted that in the past such events have been seized upon and orchestrated by federal authorities in an effort to demonize legitimate protestors concerned about the influx of foreign nationals into the U.S.

The National Socialist Movement will shut down Dodge street Saturday to protest illegal immigration. The Nazi protest at the Mexican Consulate is becoming a cause for community concern. So much concern in fact, the white supremacist group will receive a police escort in and out of Omaha as well as police security during the event according to both the consulate and protestors, reports action 3 news.

The white supremacist group is planning to protest outside the one place in Omaha Mexicans can obtain legal identification.

Warning bells should be sounding over these events particularly given that earlier this year it was reported that a paid FBI informant was the man behind a march by the same Neo-Nazi group through the streets of Parramore that stirred up anxiety in Orlando’s black community and fears of racial unrest triggering a major police mobilization in February 2006.

It was a rally of only 22 neo-Nazis, but it was protected by over 300 police who surrounded the fascists to protect them from anti-fascist protestors.

The revelation of FBI organisation emerged from an unrelated federal court hearing and prompted outrage from black leaders, some of whom demanded an investigation into whether the march was, itself, an event staged by law-enforcement agencies.

Equivalent Neo-Nazi and right wing extremist groups in Europe have for many years been used by the state to assure power and control public opinion. During the early nineties came the revelation that the upper echelons of almost every European government had a some point played a part in NATO’s Intelligence Operation Gladio, which involved the recruitment, arming and training of armies of right wing extremists, who in a great deal of cases committed acts of terrorism and political espionage which were then blamed on left wing and Communist groups.

Another well documented case of state controlled extremism was exposed in 2003 during state court proceedings in Germany which were intended to shut down the Neo-Nazi National Democratic party (NPD).

The government’s case failed when judges ruled that it rested largely on the statements and actions of NPD members who had been shown to be agents of the German intelligence services:

Indeed, the party was, in part, responding to the government’s dictates, the court said. “The presence of the state at the leadership level makes influence on its aims and activities unavoidable,” it concluded.

It said evidence from the government showed that in recent years about 30 of the NPD’s 200 top officials were secretly paid by the government. Eight of the spies have been unmasked in the two years since the case was brought.

This meant that one in seven leading figures in the Neo-Nazi NPD party was on the secret service pay roll.

It was also revealed that the German government was deeply involved with other Neo-Nazi groups:

The case against the NPD is not the only legal action against a right-wing extremist organisation that is threatening to unravel because of substantial secret service infiltration. A similar situation exists in the regional court in Dresden. There, at the end of August, the trial began against members of the banned neo-Nazi organisation ‘Skinheads Sächsische Schweiz (SSS), which is charged with criminal conspiracy, incitement to racial hatred, serious breach of the peace and grievous bodily harm. The SSS is a brutal extreme right-wing group, with the declared aim of ‘cleansing’ the Sächsische Schweiz (Saxon Switzerland, an area south east of Dresden) of foreigners, drug addicts and those of other political persuasions.

This trial ground to a halt, when the defence called for clarification concerning the role of the Saxony state security services in the founding of the SSS. Chief judge Tom Maciejewski thereupon demanded the state security services provide a list of the agents within the SSS. Although continuing the trial against the seven neo-Nazis was dependent upon the government complying with this demand, Saxony Interior Minister Horst Rasch (Christian Democratic Union), like his counterpart in Berlin, refused to name the informants. Even if the trial is continued, its result is now far from certain due to this refusal.

Past examples prove that extremist movements such as Neo-Nazi organisations are extremely useful to state authorities and are often directly controlled by them in order to sway popular opinion on important social issues. Illegal immigration is one of those issues.

With lobbying in Washington from influential liberal think tanks and foreign interest groups such as the National Council of La Raza and the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, which as the Washington Post reported now have virtual veto power in the immigration debate, the issue isn’t about to go away.

Given that the current government has tried unsuccessfully on a number of occasions to pass legislation, written in secrecy, securing blanket amnesty for illegal immigrants in the face of popular opinion, and with proponents vowing to continue the effort to do so, it would be no surprise to once again see provocateuring antics involving the infiltration and control of extremist protest groups.

Neo-Nazi rally was organized by FBI informant


The Aztec Al-Qaeda
August 5, 2007, 2:36 pm
Filed under: Atzlan, Communism, La Raza, Mecha

The Aztec Al-Qaeda
MEChA mass murderer has ties to Marcos Aguilar of the Academia Semillas del Pueblo school in Los Angeles.


Obama and Hillary Get Cozy With ‘La Raza’
July 24, 2007, 1:21 pm
Filed under: Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Immigration, La Raza, Neolibs

Obama and Hillary Get Cozy With ‘La Raza’

July 23, 2007


Election 2008: If a GOP candidate sought votes from a white group calling itself the “National Council of the Race,” he’d rightly be shunned as a racist. But let Democrats do the same and they’re called “progressive.”

The difference, of course, is that in the latter case both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama were appearing before the National Council of La Raza (“The Race”), a radical Latino group.

Trolling for votes, Obama pandered to La Raza’s convention in Miami over the weekend, selling himself as one who marched alongside Latinos at last May 1’s illegal immigrant amnesty rallies.

Clinton, by contrast, insisted she was “at home” among the La Raza crowd, having hired a top La Raza official, Raul Yzaguirre, as her national co-chair. She then whipped out a mariachi band in his honor to celebrate his birthday.

Obama challenged Clinton’s flashy mariachi tactics by saying he’d “walked the walk” for amnesty and would revive the sunken immigration bill that went down in flames in the Senate this month. “We will make this a priority and get it done,” he said.

But rather than either of these campaign tacks being political gaffes, both got favorable media coverage because the Latino community supposedly has been “galvanized” over the loss of the Senate immigration bill. It signaled that Obama, like Clinton, buys into the idea that the bill’s end was brought on by what La Raza calls a “wave of hate” and that other American voters won’t notice.

The irony is that La Raza is no ordinary organization. The name, in English, literally “the race,” is something its embattled apologists now claim means “every race” or “community” — both absurd, since they both mean just the opposite of the actual word.

The organization has been around since the 1960s, with many name changes. If it really means “community,” the Spanish language provides at least two completely serviceable words for that — “pueblo” and “comunidad.” It’s called La Raza because its leaders want to be called that.

La Raza is not only the loudest proponent of illegal immigration in the U.S. It fosters ethnic separatism in schools. It runs Hugo Chavez-type handouts for indigents and has ties it refuses to renounce to fringe groups like MEChA, whose own slogan is derived from the rhetoric of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro: “Through the race, everything; outside the race, nothing.”

Today’s La Raza is a $52 million not-for-profit group that lives off congressional earmarks, shakes down big corporations like WalMart and Bank of America (NYSE:BAC PRZ) (NYSE:BAC PRA) (NYSE:IKR) (NYSE:IKM) (NYSE:IKL) (NYSE:IKJ) (NYSE:BAC) for financial support, and has made illegal immigration and ethnic separatism its leading agenda.

Obama’s spiel showed only that he understands the mentality of leftist pressure groups, with this one falsely claiming to define and represent all Latino voters.

Even La Raza’s own Web site disproves that. A July 23 study by “Ed In ’08” and La Raza reported that U.S. voters of Latin American extraction are more concerned about education than immigration.

That startling fact moves the debate too far into territory La Raza wants nothing to do with, like condemning failing public schools; oppressive, politically correct teacher unions; and the herding of immigrant kids into Spanish-only classes dubbed “bilingual.”

What matters to La Raza is amnesty for illegals, if not through the Senate, then through the 1960s tactic of silencing opponents by smearing them as racist.

Of the candidates who attended the convention, Obama stood out as the most willing race-baiter, his Chicago activist experience coming in handy. He denounced immigration bill foes as “both ugly and racist in a way we haven’t seen since the struggle for civil rights.”

It’s pure charlatan logic. The illegal immigration issue is about whether to reward foreign invaders who’ve broken the law, just because there are 13 million of them.

Obama should know that there are also 300 million other Americans of every skin color and ethnicity — including Latinos — who oppose amnesty and resent efforts to intimidate them through charges of racism. Americans have already shown they won’t be intimidated. They believe in the rule of law.

Indeed, something much bigger is happening in this country with a federal government not responding to its own laws and an outraged citizenry up in arms. Maybe Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton should get a clue.

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