In July 1960, the nationalist emigre groups gained their first major victory in the fight to establish nationalism in America. New York City hosted the Stars and Stripes Gala Affair that punctuated the Captive Nations Week celebration. At the parade on the podium were every prominent Jewish leader, 87+ US Senators and US Congressman, New York's mayor, the Governor, and the captive nations leaders which included at least seven former Third Reich SS officers. The nationalist Ukrainians marching in the parade were from Banderas army in WW2. (I wonder how many SS units were represented that day.)
The "China Lobby," an influential pro-Nationalist coalition of publishers, businessmen, military generals and Republican Congressmen -- including freshman Senator Richard Nixon -- attacked the White House for being 'soft' on Chinese Communism, and blamed the Nationalists' defeat on a handful of allegedly treasonous State Department China specialists.
As [President Lyndon Johnson] later recalled: "I knew Harry Truman and Dean Acheson had lost their effectiveness from the day the Communists took over in China. I believed that the loss of China had played a large role in the rise of Joe McCarthy. And I knew that all these problems, taken together, were chickenshit compared with what might happen if we lost Vietnam." VanDeMark, Brian (1995). Into the Quagmire: Lyndon Johnson and the Escalation of the Vietnam War. Oxford University Press . p. 25
The forced escalation by President Johnson to stave off domestic ultra-nationalism gave American nationalists exactly what they wanted: the Vietnam war.
In May 1964 the Asian Peoples Anti-Communist League (APACL), created and steered by Yaroslav Stetsko and Marvin Liebman asked for US help to bring the war to the communists and stated: "Every free nation should support the Republic of Vietnam, which is waging the war for the "freedom of the whole free world."This freedom they speak of is the freedom to become fascist nations. Stetsko's purpose was to surround the Soviet Union with Nazi countries that would work actively to destroy both it and Russia.
On August 2, 1964 the US was at war in Vietnam.
In 1968, the second general conference of WACL (World Anti-Communist League) was held in Saigon, Vietnam, in support of the ultra-nationalist government. 58,200 US service men died fighting in Vietnam for the Nazi cause of Yaroslav Stetsko and the growing number of American nationalists
Nations within our Nation
From the 1950's through the 2000's, the loyalties of the emigres have been called into question. During the 1950's, Stetsko's ABN-UCCA were writing the questions and providing the witnesses to anti-communist Congressional sub-committees. Much of the intelligence and information they provided to Congress in the 1950's was proven false and self serving by the 1960's. State Department experts whose careers the anti-communists ruined were vindicated, albeit too late.
In two wars, over 100,000 American soldiers died to support the installation of nazi regimes in Asia.
Electing US Presidents
Proof that the previous information is true can be seen in presidential elections and policies that directly reflects emigre nationalistic policy. Ultra-nationalists see democracy as weakness. They vote in blocs that reflect the politics of Yaroslav Stetsko, the leader of the combined groups in the captive nations.
From Kennedy forward it would be interesting to reconsider election results from this perspective: both the popular vote and that of the electoral college.
Nixon - Created a perfect storm in American
politics by recognizing the emigre groups and giving them status. The
ABN delivered five states to his campaign.
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