Vipers Nest Uncovered - Streit Council 'For a Union of Democracies'
April 26, 2008
The Streit Council is a spin-off of the Association to Unite the Democracies (AUD), which is the latest name for the old Federal Union group, founded by Clarence Streit in the 1930s.
Some very important people have been members of Federal Union, including Henry Luce, founder of TIME magazine, and his wife. Also some elected government officials, like former House Speaker, Representative Jim Wright.
Notice how fast it picked up on John McCain's address to the World Affairs Council, which is another group that has been in cahoots for years with the AUD to bring about a world government (supposedly just for a Union of the Democracies but in reality for an eventual one world order of all nations.)
Take a look at all the headings here. They will give you an idea of what the AUD and Streit use for propaganda purposes.
NATO especially is its claim to fame and it brags about how one of its own members helped institute it, with the ulterior motive of eventually uniting Europe and America, first militarily and then eventually politically.
Editor's note: My thanks and appreciation to Vicky Davis sending this to Norgesen to post on CIA-drugs listserv, a YahooGroups.com listserv.
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