Skip to comments.Kennedy’s Comrade: Hunting a KGB Mole in the Democratic Party
Posted on 10/23/2006 2:07:13 PM PDT by Fedora
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Time will tell on Cranston.
Even as a child, I knew about that piece of work and I despised him.
I saw those. A treasure trove, for sure!
How would you flush a KGB mole out of the Democratic Party? It isn't looking for a needle in a haystack. It would be looking for a bit of hay in a haystack.
Seriously, what would a KGB mole do? Get the Democrats to push for stealth socialism? The Pubbies do that half the time. Get the Democrats to sow defeatism? Pat Buchanan does that every time.
What would a KGB mole do?
Well, KGB would refer to actual espionage activity, as opposed to pushing socialistic public policies, and I suppose they could still engage in espionage activity (though it'd be cheaper for them to just read the NYT). . .but your point is taken. A friend from France who moved here once told me that he could see no significant difference between the French socialists' policies and the Democrats' policies, the only difference was that the Democrats didn't call themselves "socialists".
A mole that corpulent is too big to run over with a truck. Better get the combine.
Just like his dear old dad, Teddy loves to felate the totalitarian thug.
Thanks for the additional info. When I found that link some time back I cut and pasted the info to my archives because I know those links are sometimes difficult to access again. I think I found that by searching on one of the antiwar groups mentioned in the article, and I just happened to come across a Google link that worked at that time.
Or the harpoon. . .
Thanks for posting that link--useful article.
Thomas is tricky to link to. Most URLs that you see in your address bar expire after a short period of time (hours, or less). Also, because of the way their database is configured they only allow you to go to the "document" level, not the exact page. Here is a good resource on how to create links to various types of info at Thomas:
bump for congressional hearings on Kennedy's KGB connections.
I finally got here!
Glad you liked it......
I think the clown parodies are a big hit!
Yeah, well, you got handled, Jamie. You start yapping about a Soviet KGB mole to these guys, they're all going to develop mass amnesia real fast. Cranston will tell you he spent the entire week in Maine.
LOL. Yeah, I found it kind of odd that no one Dettmer questioned appeared to be capable of checking the newspaper coverage of Carter's visits to California, Carter's appointment books, or Secret Service records of Carter's itinerary. Classified top secret, I guess. . .
don't miss this - ping
the only difference was that the Democrats didn't call themselves "socialists".
Check out the website for the DSA, and then say they don't call themselves socialists.
(To one who KNOWS a criminal enterprise when he sees it...:)
Yes, the ones in DSA are more open about it!
Murtha Clown is carrying one of those Papillon dogs, the 'butterfly' eared kind of dog.
That's an "overlay" composite
Not a good looking dog!
That's what they look like! I've seen them in the dog shows.
GREAT WORK, btw. Noticed one typo:
At that time his soon-to-be-ex-wife Mieke wrote an article for Ladies Home Journal describing her relationship with Senator Edward Kennedys husband Joan, whom she had known since 1958 when their future husbands were attending law school together.10
"Don't worry, comrades, everything is working according to plan..."
"husband" eh? well, it is Massachusetts...
Looks like the clowns are taking over the forum, lolol!
Very good graphic Phil. I've been gone and missed your others.
This is just proof of what we already knew. The sad thing is that outside of this web site, and perhaps a few other conservative sites. Nothing will be said even though Kennedy tried to undermine our president with the enemy.
Rat bastards should be tried for treason.
Thanks for the ping!
Don't you mean "Comrade Kennedy?"
"The agent, who is not identified by name in the reports noted by Mitrokhin, had a wide circle of influential contacts in the Democratic Party: among them Governor Jerry Brown of California...."
Jerry Brown is running for Attorney General in California, except that it has been revealed that he is not qualified for AG, because he hasn't been able to present a case to the Supreme Court for the five years needed. Guess he thinks that he's above the law.
I had the same thought as darkangel82 when you pointed that out. . .
Thanks! I've now officially used up my quota of typos for one post :-)
Reference bump. Thanks!
Wow, nice work!
The agent, who is not identified by name in the reports noted by Mitrokhin, had a wide circle of influential contacts in the Democratic Party: among them Governor Jerry Brown of California, Senator Alan Cranston, Senator Eugene McCarthy, Senator Edward Kennedy, Senator Abraham Ribicoff, Senator J. William Fulbright and Congressman John Conyers, Jr. During the 1976 Presidential campaign...Brown, Cranston, Kennedy, Ribicoff, Fulbright, Conyers... besides McCarthy, any non-Commies attend the meeting? ;') McCarthy ran as an independent that year (I voted for him; LaRouche also ran on the USLP ticket, claiming that a vote for Carter would trigger thermonuclear war). In either 1980 or 1984 he didn't run, and endorsed Reagan instead. :')
SPOILER ALERT: John Tunney. This is fascinating original research from FReeper Fedora.
Civ -- thanks for the ping.
Fedora -- excellent research.
"But for a footloose college boy to be hosted behind the Iron Curtain, months after the tanks rolled into Prague, would have be"en very, very unusual."
"There had to be more to the story."
I agree. Why did Clinton sell military technology to the Chinese for campaign cash? He could have raised all the cash he needed from the South American drug cartels.
Far more here than meets the eye.
At one point while writing this, I found myself pondering how many KGB agents it was physically possible for Jimmy Carter to fit into one hotel room. . .Reminds me of the scene in A Night at the Opera where the Marx brothers managed to fit Allan Jones, two cleaning ladies, a manicurist, a ship's engineer, an engineer's assistant, a girl calling her aunt, and three waiters into one ship cabin :-)
thanks for the ping, Civ.
Come and see this, my FRiends.
The same Richard Perle?
Absolutely compelling material, Fedora. Thank you.
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