Islamofascism and 9/11 as Brainwashing Tools

Islamofascism and 9/11, Bush's Neo-McCarthy Brainwash Tools


Islamofascism and 9/11, Bush's Neo-McCarthy Brainwash Tools

By Bill Hare

11/03/2007 04:24:39 PM EST

How Bush and his speeches are reminiscent of the fifties and the tactics of Senator Joseph McCarthy, who rode the Communist menace to power and impugned the patriotism of anyone who dared to disagree with him.

This tactic was so successful that Richard Nixon established sufficient momentum through smearing political rivals in California all the way to the vice presidency under President Dwight Eisenhower.

With the current popularity and frequent showings of the sixties' political chiller "The Manchurian Candidate" the specter of McCarthyism has become all the more vivid. James Gregory portrays a senator manipulated by ruthless wife Angela Lansbury, who in some ways makes Sherlock Holmes' perpetual nemesis Dr. Moriarty look like a naïve schoolboy.

Gregory's penchant is to deliver numbers to the press of the number of Communists in the U.S. State Department at that time. The number perpetually varies, as was the case with Senator McCarthy.