The McCarthy Chronicles Part 1 Treason [NOOK Book]

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What is your treason I.Q.?
If you can answer the following questions, it's high.
If you miss one or more, you should read The McCarthy Chronicles Part 1 Treason!
Who was behind allowing Red Chinese soldiers take airborne training at Fort Benning, Georgia?
Is this not ...
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The McCarthy Chronicles Part 1 Treason

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Overview

What is your treason I.Q.?
If you can answer the following questions, it's high.
If you miss one or more, you should read The McCarthy Chronicles Part 1 Treason!
Who was behind allowing Red Chinese soldiers take airborne training at Fort Benning, Georgia?
Is this not treason?
Why was South Vietnam, South Africa, Rhodesia and numerous other American friends deliberately betrayed to the forces of evil?
Is this not treason?
Why was our friend Chiang Kai Shek not so gently coerced into a Communist dictatorship by higly placed subversives in the State Department?
Is this not treason?
Why was Cuba treasonously delivered into the clutches of Communist revolutionary Fidel Castro?
Is this not treason?
Why have untold millions of dollars consistently been used to prop up faltering Red dictatorships and to assist Communist terrorists in overthrowing non-Communist governments?
Is this not treason?
What American company sold nuclear reactors to Communist Occupied Romania?
Is this not treason?
Name the company that provided Communist Hungary with a factory designed to make 1.5 million light bulbs daily?
Is this not treason?
What well known oil company invested $1 billion for oil exploration in Communist Occupied Angola?
Is this not treason?
Can you name the American company who treasonously built and equipped a $10 million electronics plant near Warsaw for the Polish slave labor tyranny?
Is this not treason?
These are questions to which every American should rightfully have an honest answer.
Unfortunately most do not!
Tragedy was carefully orchestrated by traitors in our Government and the media with regard to Cuba, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Rhodesia, China, El Salvador, Nicaragua and many other countries. Anastasio Somoza was the former President of free Nicaragua. He offered this startling insight in his 1980 book, Nicaragua Betrayed: "I have factual evidence that the betrayal of Nicaragua was not perpetrated out of ignorance, but rather by design."
Somoza was soon after assassinated.
Is this not treason?
John Lehman, Secretary of the Navy, made this shocking statement on May 25 to the 1983 Annapolis graduating class: "Within weeks many of you will be looking across just hundreds of feet of water at some of the most modern technology ever invented in America.
“Unfortunately, it is on Soviet ships."
Is this not treason?
Earl E.T. Smith was the American Ambassador to Cuba when it was similarly delivered to the Communists. He makes this concise comment on July 14, 1986: "Nicaragua is Cuba all over again."
Can you name the company that paid the Communist dictatorship in Angola over $600 million annually in taxes and oil royalties. This money bought new Soviet jets, tanks and helicopter gunships.
And it paid Castro for supplying 35,000 imported Cuban mercenaries who keep the Angolan people enslaved.
Is this not treason?
Stressed retired Brigadier General Andrew J. Gatsis on AugusT 11, 1986: "Though aware of the Communist goal of world domination, the average U.S. Citizen refuses to believe that the real threat comes from governmental officials and their non-governmental confederates who secretly espouse the same objectives as the openly avowed Communists."
Anthony Sutton stated in his 1986 book The Best Enemy Money Can Buy: "We now have the formidable task of bringing these gentlemen to the bar of justice to publicly answer for their private and concealed actions."
The McCarthy Chronicles Part 1 Treason! examines the reasons for, and the Americans behind, the fall of freedom and the rise of tyranny throughout the world.
It certainly won't win accolades from the United Nations or the State Department. Nor will Harvard feel compelled to bestow an honorary degree upon the author.
Reed Irvine aptly commented in July of 1986: "Indeed, it has long been a joke among refugees from Eastern Europe that there are more Marxists at Harvard than there are in the Soviet Union, or Poland, or whatever Communist country the refugee called home."


Harvard Law School was the spawning ground for an incredible number of Red agents. Included were members of the first Soviet spy ring ever to be exposed in our government.

The Honorable Ezra Taft Benson said: "The truth must be told even at the risk of destroying, in large measure, the influence of men who are widely respected and loved by the American people. The stakes are high. Freedom and survival is the issue."
Treason is still a most serious federal offense.
U.S. Code, Title 18, Section 2381 forthrightly deals with those who commit treason.
Section 2382 covers those who do nothing about it when they know of someone who commits treason.
The McCarthy Chronicles. Part 1 Treason! reveals the names of the players. It gives important facts about the game.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013410855
  • Publisher: Freedom & Liberty Foundation Press
  • Publication date: 9/22/2011
  • Series: McCarthy Chronicles , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 26 MB
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Meet the Author

Robert W. Pelton has been writing and lecturing for more than 45 years on historical, , humor and other subjects. He has published numerous articles and more than 100 books including the sensational exposé Unwanted Dead or Alive – The Greatest Act of Treason in Our History – The betrayal of American POWs Following World War 11, Korea and Vietnam; and an unsurpassed two volume exposé The McCarthy Chronicles Part 1 Treason and Part 2 Traitors.
Pelton has carefully mined hundreds of sources for historical cooking and baking recipes from the early days of America. He has perused innumerable old cookbooks as well as yellowed and tattered handwritten receipt ledgers from both private and public archives and libraries. Through all this, he has been able to skillfully recreate these recipe treasures of the past in 10 historical cook books. His latest are titled Cooking & Baking During the War of Northern Aggression – Special Southern Edition; Historical Thanksgiving Cooking and Baking; and Family Baking Recipes of the Signers.
Robert W. Pelton proudly claims a heritage going all the way back to well before the War for American Independence. One of Mr. Pelton’s ancestors, John Rogers, came to America on the Mayflower and was one of 41 signers of the Mayflower Compact.
Another, John Smith was one of the founders of Jamestown.
Peleg Pelton served as the fifer in the Continental Army at age 18 during the Battle of Saratoga (1777) and again in Yorktown (1781).
Captain Peter Hager was Commander of the Old Stone Fort in Schoharie, New York, in 1780.
Another, Captain Bezaleel Tyler fought in the only Revolutionary War Battle taking place in Sullivan County, New York. Here he fought against Mohawk Chief Thayendeneges, who was also known by the name of Joseph Brant,
Mr. Pelton is a member of Sons of the Revolution (SOR), and Sons of the American Revolution (SAR).
For a Power Point Presentation covering the Words, Dreams, Beliefs, and Aspirations of Our Founding Fathers contact Mr. Pelton at 910-339-5354; or 865-776-6644; or by e-mail at:
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