Thursday, February 14, 2013
First of all, forget about them coming to the door. They’ll intercept you on your way home from the Doctor’s office (for example), then one vehicle will come up behind you and two will block your way in front and turn on the flashing lights. They then jump out with ‘real’ assault rifles, point them at you and order your hands up, and exit the vehicle. You, being a law abiding citizen, comply. At gunpoint, they order you to assume the position against your car, handcuffs you and frisk you, and you’re directed to get into the back seat. Then the lead agent gets into the driver seat and drives your car to your driveway. You sit there with cuffed hands behind you – bleeding. Read the rest here.
John Beattie tells how he created the British Peoples’ League for the first time in 1975, helped by his wife. John is proud of his Scottish-English family roots in Toronto, and remembers with pleasure that it was an all-white city during his childhood and youth. He talks about the importance of keeping safe our White and national/ethnic identities – in his case among the British Canadians, but tied together with the British everywhere.We get the story of John’s “nazi” past (1965-71), straight from the horse’s mouth. Highlights include:
- John is agitated by a brochure “Who is tampering with the Soul of America?” written by Ron Gostick;
- He reads it to a meeting of the Social Credit Party where Canadian Jewish Congress members are present;
- These members adopt Beattie as the leader of a new political party they insist on calling The Canadian Nazi Party;
- Ronald Bottaro and John and Chris Dingle become Beattie’s bodyguards, but admit later on a CBC radio Don Simm’s show they were actually agents for the Canadian Jewish Congress;
- Beattie was carried along by the “excitement” and all the booze that was provided;
- His handler was John Charles Garrity, who wrote about it in Maclean’s Magazine;
- The rent check that proved there was no real nazi party organization or headquarters;
- Beattie’s account of the Paul Fromm/Ernst Zundel hearing in 2000.
Auschwitz: The Underground Guided Tour
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