Foreword: This old reprint from 1971 shines a light on the so-called “Willy Brandt”.
“Wicked Willy” was written over a decade before René Lévesque asked Brandt to admit the veiled Communist Parti Québécois (PQ) to the Socialist International (SI), whose mandate is world government.
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Volume III No. 6, March 1971
The Chancellor of the West German government is a dangerous threat to Western Christian civilization. The following are a few quotations inserted into the American Congressional Record from a document by Congressman Rarick, entitled Willy Brandt:
“How did Herbert Frahm, the illegitimate son of a shopgirl in the Baltic German port of Lubeck, a member of the Red Falcons and functionary of the far-left Socialist Workers’ Party, said by an old acquaintance to be ‘as close to Red as you can get without actually being Red’, become, in less than five years, Willy Brandt, a ‘correspondent’ with the Communist forces in the Spanish Civil War, under a forged Norwegian passport?…
How did Willy Brandt, a German hiding out the war in Sweden, become a naturalized Norwegian while the government of Norway was in exile in London?…
How did Brandt next surface as a Norwegian reporter at the Nuremburg Trials acting as a go-between and translator for half of the foreign press corps?
How did Brandt next appear at Allied headquarters in Berlin, not as a German, but as a Norwegian Major in 1946?” The record goes on and on and on…
Afterword: Interesting that Communist René Lévesque was a ‘correspondent’ with the American forces in WWII. Reporters, editors, journalists and correspondents are frequently occupations of choice for spies and agents. This gives them news control, to slant what we hear and read. They are at the nerve center of current events, able to re-write history as it happens.
Quebec’s left and far left have typically had their agents in all our press and broadcast media, which for lack of a better term, creates a grave conflict of interest. For example, in 1963, a reporter from the La Presse newspaper used $5,000 to bail an alleged FLQ terrorist, Françcois Mario Bachand, out of jail. Bachand then vanished.
The reporter had helped to make the news; but his job was to observe and report the news, not get involved.
Reporters must influence the course of events by getting at the truth of events as best they can. Too much involvement in making events is a conflict of interest.
In the 1950s and 60s in Quebec, La Presse owners fired journalists who were exposed as Communists and were slanting the news. These Reds also wrote for leftist magazines. In response to the firings, other journalists involved in subversive activities began to publish in the local Red press under pseudonyms.
A specific example is the historically documented use of pseudonyms by La Presse reporters contributing to an extreme left new journal being launched from the basement of André Laurendeau’s home by two Trudeau-Pelletier friends and employees at the pro-Soviet Cité Libre who were about to quit CL to lead an FLQ terrorist cell.*
Laurendeau’s son also wrote for the review they were launching in Laurendeau’s basement: Révolution Québécoise. Moreover, at the time, far-left Laurendeau was co-chairing Soviet agent Lester Bowles Pearson’s Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism.
This means that by at least this one channel — in my view, there must have been others — a pipeline existed directly from Pearson through Laurendeau to the about-to-be Communist terrorist leaders.
The Pearson government was supposedly fighting the terrorist infiltration; however, it could also have been “placing orders” for “designer violence” at particular times to suit a developing agenda.
Pearson’s main agenda — which has been the agenda ever since — was to restructure Canada, using Quebec as the pretext. Now, how would a Red like to restructure Canada? Something along the lines of the Soviet Union? That’s what the infamous “Bi & Bi” Commission was for. To lend a “legalistic” facade to an unconstitutional policy to destroy the founding peoples of Canada for Jewish-Bolshevik multiculturalism fed by illegal mass immigration. The Reds were turning Canada into a tribal, multicultural Soviet-style region, one careful stage at a time.
The pretext for the Bi & Bi Commission was the Communist FLQ terror in Quebec which began in early 1963.
Communist terrorist activities were always mis-portrayed as those of “ultra-nationalist French Canadians”. In other words, in Canada’s press and media — tightly controlled, then as now — it was made to seem as though millions of Quebec Catholic conservatives hated “racist”, “imperialist” Canada and wanted out.
However, the majority of French Canadians never supported the terrorists; and therefore, Pearson’s desire to accommodate “Quebec’s aspirations” (pretending the terrorism was an ethnic revolt) was in fact a Communist at the top using Communist terrorists at the bottom as an excuse to replace Confederation with the new world socialist system. And pretend this was being done as a “favor” to millions of French Canadians who would never have requested it, and would never have approved of it, had they known.
* Louis Fournier, F.L.Q. Histoire d’un mouvement clandestin (1982). See Chapter 6, the segment Révolution québécoise (Vallières et Gagnon), page 91. Fournier is a partisan of the left; he calls the FLQ killers “political prisoners” when they are jailed. Nonetheless, there is a lot of useful information in this book, which is free online at http://classiques.uqac.ca/