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California Legislature 1953 Eleventh Report Senate Investigating Committee On Education - Communism and the Illuminati
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1953
Page 169 & 170 of the Eleventh Report Senate Investigating Committee On Education published by the Senate of California talks about communism’s links to the Bavarian Illuminati.



CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE 1953 REGULAR SESSION


ELEVENTH REPORT SENATE INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION


MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE

Senator Nelson S. Dilworth, Chairman
Senator Arthor H. Breed, Jr.
Senator Hugh P. Donnelly
Senator Fred Weybret
Senator J. Howard Williams
Mrs. Marianne Corr, Research and Investigation
Published by the SENATE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

Goodwin J. Knight, President of the Senate
Harold J. Powers, President pro Tempore
Joseph A. Beek, Secretary

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“Since many intelligent persons, even in high official positions, do not appear to have acquainted themselves with the real nature and seriousness of Communism, it is perhaps, appropriate, to give briefly, some really informative and authentic data concerning it.
”Communism and Russia are by no means synonymous. Russia merely occupies the unfortunate position of being Communism’s first victim. Communism is synonymous with world revolution, and seeks the destruction of all nations, including abolition of patriotism, religion, marriage, the family, private property, and all political and civil liberties, and the establishment of a world-wide dictatorship of the so-called proletariat, which is an autocratic self-constituted dictatorship by a small group of self-perpetuating revolutionists. (See Report No. 2290, House of Representatives, 71st Congress, Third Session)

“So-called modern Communism is apparently the same hypocritical and deadly world conspiracy to destroy civilization that was founded by the secret order of the Illuminati in Bavaria on May 1, 1776, and that raised its hoary head in our colonies here at critical periods before the adoption of our Federal Constitution. (See World Revolution, by Nesta Webster.) The world revolution conspiracy appears to have been so well organized as to be ever continuing, and ever on the alert to take advantage of every opportunity presenting itself or that the conspirators could create. It is significant, in this connection, that as early in 1783, when unsettled conditions and dissatisfaction in some quarters had arisen in the American Colonies, a subversive anonymous summons was circulated among the Colonial Army to incite dissatisfaction and rebellion. George Washington immediately called the Army together, and, in addressing them, used this significant language:
”’My God, what can this writer have in view by recommending such measures. Can he be a friend to the Army? Can he be a friend of this country? Rather is he not an insidious foe; some emissary, perhaps, from New York, plotting the ruin of both, by sowing seeds of discord and separation between the civil and military powers of the continent? And what a compliment does he pay to our understanding, when he recommends measures, in either alternative, impracticable in their nature (pp. 86-87 vol. IV, Marshall’s Life of Washington)’.“
”It is plain that Washington believed the then center of this secret conspiracy, so far as this country was concerned, to be located in New York, and field it to be his duty to make such direct

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allusion. Whether the center of such conspiracy, so far as this country is concerned, has continued to use New York as its base up to the present time, it is very apparent that in recent times New York has held, and is now holding, the center of the stage for communistic activities in this country. In fact, most of the present day literature in favor of communism appears to emanate from New York, the place of publication of the Daily Worker, which paper described itself as the ’central organ Communist Party, United States of America (section of Communist International)’.
“The recognition of May 1, 1776, as the founding date of this world revolution conspiracy is not difficult to understand, when it is realized that May Day is frequently celebrated, even in recent times, by rioting and bloodshed on a world-wide scale.
”It was not until 1847 or 1848, that the Communist conspirators, who had theretofore operated in secret, came out in the open with the Manifesto of the Communist Party, by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, boldly proclaiming against practically everything upon which civilization is based--God, religion, the family, individual liberty, and so forth--the concluding paragraph of the manifesto reading:
“’Communists scorn to hide their views and aims. They openly declare that their purpose can only be achieved by the forcible overthrow of the whole extant social order. Let the ruling classes tremble at the prospect of a Communist revolution. Proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win. Proletarians of all lands, unite.’
”In issuing this manifesto the Communist conspirators evidently believe the time had arrived when, with the aid of ignorant victims, a world-wide take-over could be accomplished; but there were not enough ignorant victims then, and the expected coup failed.
“The Communist conspirators thereupon conceived the plan, for the future, of supplementing the long-established secret conspiracy, in existence since May 1, 1776, with an unremitting publish campaign for victims among the ignorant of all nations. And, in an attempt to hide from view the underlying hypocritical conspiracy existing since May 1, 1776, it was decided that, in such public campaign, the manifesto of 1848 should be heralded as the founding date of communism, and Karl Marx falsely proclaimed as its author.
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1953 California Legislature - Eleventh Report Senate Investigating Committee On Education
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Author(s): Nelson Dilworth, Arthur Breed, Frederick Weybret, J. Williams, Hugh Donnelly
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1953 California Legislature - Eleventh Report Senate Investigating Committee On Education (page 168/169)
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Author(s): Nelson Dilworth, Arthur Breed, Frederick Weybret, J. Williams, Hugh Donnelly
Publisher: California Senate
1953 California Legislature - Eleventh Report Senate Investigating Committee On Education (page 170)
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Author(s): Nelson Dilworth, Arthur Breed, Frederick Weybret, J. Williams, Hugh Donnelly
Publisher: California Senate