A companion to L-3, this lecture analyzes gun control, an issue that has helped fuel the growth of the militia movement. Generally viewed as a liberal political issue, gun control has roots firmly planted in the history and methodology of international fascism. Presenting concrete facts refuting many of the popular arguments for gun control, the discussion highlights the fact that the presence of firearms in society is not connected to the crime or homicide levels. In addition, the program points out that bicycles, bathtubs, swimming pools, matches and automobiles each represent an exponentially greater threat to the lives of children than firearms.
After exploding many of the myths about gun control, the program delineates connections between international fascism and gun control. Much of the discussion centers on former Senator Thomas Dodd, one of the most important figures in the American gun control movement. A member of the U.S. prosecutorial staff at Nuremberg, this former FBI agent was close to the American Security Council (ASC), a domestic fascist group.
With its roots in the Hitler-Goebbels Anti-Comintern, the American Security Council was a key American link to the former World Anti-Communist League or WACL. Created by former FBI agents disgruntled at the demise of Senator Joseph McCarthy’s “investigations,” the American Security Council coalesced around the files of Harry Jung’s American Vigilance Intelligence Federation. (Virulently anti-Semitic, Jung’s organization was part of the Anti-Comintern prior to World War II.) Counting among its ranks some of the most prominent names on the far right, the organization kept track of people it considered “subversive,” sharing political intelligence with prospective employers (particularly defense contractors.)
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