The U.S. Is Losing the World War
By Cliff Kincaid
Simon & Schuster promotes the Stephen E. Ambrose book on D-Day by saying, “The world changed forever on June 6, 1944, when Allied forces stormed beaches across northern France to beat back the Nazis and reclaim Europe. No book better captures the drama, strategy, sacrifice, and courage of that campaign than Stephen Ambrose’s D-Day.” Nobody doubts the courage and sacrifice. The issue is whether a fascist takeover of the world has been thwarted and the communists have filled the void and won.
The men who stormed Normandy 79 years ago saved democracy “and it is all of our duty to defend with undimmed vigor the principles for which the Allies fought,” Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III said on June 6. But Russan communism survived and thrived.
“To the veterans of World War II: We salute you,” Austin said. “You saved the world. We must merely defend it.”
But the world was not saved. The communists attempted a complete takeover of Europe. They failed but they did take China and launched an invasion of South Korea. Later, they invaded South Vietnam and won. In the meantime, they took Cuba, positioning nuclear weapons for a first strike attack on the United States. President John F. Kennedy forced the Soviets to back down but his decision to liberate Cuba failed because of a lack of will.
Under President Reagan’s anti-communist foreign policy, the Russian communists were on the defensive. Reagan liberated communist Grenada and funded anti-communist freedom fighters in Nicaragua. A decision was made by the Russian communists to drop the communist label and forge ahead under the banner of Russia alone. The deception fooled many conservatives in the West into thinking the rulers had given up vodka and returned to their religious roots.
In 2014 the Russians invaded Ukraine, a former Soviet republic disarmed by President Bill Clinton’s Budapest Memorandum. America’s first Marxist President Barack Hussein Obama failed to support the anti-Russian resistance with the weapons they needed to retake their occupied territories. Under President Trump, the Russians bided their time. Then, under Biden, they invaded again, hoping to take the entire country of Ukraine. They failed. But Ukraine still struggles to reclaim their occupied territories, as a result of Biden failing to give them the weapons they need to win.
Strangely, Tucker Carlson, formerly of Fox News, became an apologist for the Russian invasion and when he was fired, for demoralizing the staff by making disparaging remarks about fellow Fox employees, he became a martyr.
At the same time, our other communist enemy, Red China, took Hong Kong with the acquiescence of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and now threatens Taiwan.
Considering all of this, an objective observer might doubt whether the West is equipped to defend democracy, especially when key U.S. government institutions seem more preoccupied with defeating Trump’s return to the White House than the “domestic and foreign enemies” that we see everywhere.
As government institutions, even the military, celebrate “Pride” month, our report, “Cultural Marxism and America’s Moral Collapse,” notes the evidence that the rise of the homosexual movement in Britain corresponds with the decline of that nation as a world power.
Indeed, David A.J. Richards, the author of The Rise of Gay Rights and the Fall of the British Empire: Liberal Resistance and the Bloomsbury Group, argues that the homosexual movement is a form of “resistance” to the foundations of Western civilization and “imperialism.”
What they did to Britain they are now doing to the United States.
Mocking the sacrifices of our veterans, Secretary Austin issues a statement honoring “Pride Month,” taking special note of “transgenders.”
Started by a communist, Harry Hay, the homosexual movement emerged into public view after the 1969 homosexual riots at a seedy Mafia-run bar in New York City known as the Stonewall Inn. Hay started wearing dresses, became enamored with the occult, and marched for the cause of having sex with children.
Biden visited the Stonewall Inn in 2019.
In a 2022 Tweet, he declared, “Fifty-three years ago, a movement was born at the Stonewall Inn. Today, we celebrate the generations of LGBTQI+ people who have fought to make the possibilities of our nation real for every American. It is with pride that we continue what they started.”
In his proclamation for Pride Month in 2023, he called the Stonewall rioters “courageous.”
In so doing, Biden was only following the lead of his former running mate and president, Barack Hussein Obama, once named as America’s first gay president by Newsweek magazine.
Interestingly, one of the America’s Survival videos censored by YouTube was how Obama admitted being “schooled” as a young man by a communist in Hawaii by the name of Frank Marshall Davis, a dope-smoking pornographer and pedophile suspected of espionage for the Russian communists.
This is not surprising. The “Queer Communism” movement that started in communist Russia was then exported to the United States when Stalin realize the dangerous impact of this movement on his own country.
In a strange and timely development, it has been reported that Robert Hanssen, a former FBI agent who was caught spying for the Russians, has quietly “passed away” in prison. Hanssen had been working on FBI counter-intelligence against the Russians for many years while secretly providing information to the Russian government. He should have gotten the death penalty.
Congress shares the blame for this horrendous state of affairs. At our June 27, 2011, conference, “Traitors, Spies and Terrorists: America's Internal Security Crisis,” we documented how congressional committees investigating internal security and un-American activities were abolished back in the 1970s.
What’s more, FBI directors such as James Comey and Robert S. Mueller proved to be incapable or unwilling to investigate communist and terrorist networks.
Mueller, the Russia-gate Special Counsel, blamed al Qaeda’s post-9/11 anthrax attacks on innocent American scientists. Mueller ran the FBI and failed to implement reforms after Robert Hanssen was caught.
We tried to warn America.
When we released evidence of the Obama-Davis relationship at a news conference in 2008, before Obama was elected for his first term, a Washington Post reporter called our event “a UFO convention” and the Drudge Report refused to run our ads about Davis as “too controversial.”
Drudge, once considered a conservative, has moved consistently to the left, so much so that he was named as a member of the “Gay Power 50,” a list of the most prominent homosexuals in the LGBT community, by Out magazine.
As we expose the secret homosexual agenda that has even been adopted by the conservative movement, especially Fox News, my group America’s Survival faces even more intense censorship for being in favor of traditional values. The question is whether we can survive the communist agenda put forward by Obama and carried forward by the Biden regime that now includes transgenderism and military-endorsed drag queens.
As we honor the D-Day heroes, let’s consider what they would think about what America has become and whether it is worth fighting for.