Pretense, Denial, and Treason

On February 5 Sean Hannity featured former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich as a guest during the second hour of his radio show. During the discussion about ISIS and Islamic terrorism, Mr. Gingrich advised Americans to read Diana West’s book American Betrayal as a way to better understand the way in which the political leadership of this country has been infiltrated and suborned by agents of the Muslim Brotherhood. In particular, he discussed the Saudi funding of the terror attacks on September 11, 2001, which was allegedly redacted from the 9/11 Report.

At one point Mr. Gingrich said:

“…and I would say second, read Diana West’s book American Betrayal, which is very chilling in telling us about a similar period in the 1940s and early 1950s in which we were confronted by a Communist threat, and a very large part of our elite tried to pretend that it did not exist …”

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for editing the audio recording to make this video:

For links to previous articles about the controversy over American Betrayal, see the Diana West Archives.

5 thoughts on “Pretense, Denial, and Treason

  1. All well and good for a Republican Congress to pass a resolution calling upon obama to release the full 9/11 report. But let’s be honest here. As in so many of obama’s words and deeds relating to islam, the essential groundwork was laid by bush, whom I consider as big a disaster for America as obama because the former’s many blunders made the latter’s election as president possible. bush had many years in which to release the entire report, but did not. obama is merely following the bush precedent, and can dismiss any such resolution as nothing more than political grandstanding

    • It was under Nixon then Carter that America began its dhimmi attitude toward the Saudi’s that was then carried on with the Clinton admin’s rush to protect Islamic interests in the Balkans while completely ignoring the acts of Islamic terrorism (Oklahoma, New York and TWA flight 830?) The Bush family interests are well known within investigative circles for their anti-everything attitude, apart from themselves that is, but to lay it all at Georgie porgies feet is just too simple an accusation as there are so many players in this current charade of what passes for ‘representative government’ throughout the West that blaming one particular president and his cabinet just won’t cut it.

        • Well then, think about this; the first Gulf War was being planned for in the mid 1970s. My response to your comment was not to denigrate or to refute what you have written, but to open your mind to the very real possibility that nothing that goes on within this world within the political/diplomatic sphere has not already been planned for.

          As for 9/11, you should probably begin with the founding of the United States after the revolutionary war to begin learning about how we have come to this point in time and for what purpose.

          The Bush’s, the Clinton’s and the Obama’s are a symptom and a reflection of those who control this world, and that makes for some very riveting investigative research.

  2. Mr. Gingrich is a very eloquent and articulate speaker who knows his subjects. What a great Speaker of The House he would have made today.

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