Anti- Anti-American Manifesto
By Servando Gonzalez
July 11, 2014
In a book titled, The Anti-American Manifesto, Ted
Rall, a cartoonist and contributor to both the New York Pravda
(a.k.a. the New York Times) and Radio Moscow
(a.k.a. National Public Radio) makes a passionate call
for a violent revolution as the only way to solve America’s
problems — which he compares to the four horsemen of the
Apocalypse: wars, financial crises, unemployment, and oil spills.
The book’s editors call it “the most radical book
published in decades.”
Is Rall serious about launching a revolution to overthrow the
government of the United States? Does he have his pitchfork ready
for action? Apparently he has.
Rall foresees that the chaos that typically ensues after the collapse
or overthrow of an empire will surely affect America. He thinks
that whatever follows will likely be worse, at least for some
time: “The Terror followed the French Revolution. Stalin’s
purges followed the Russian Revolution.” Nevertheless, when
it comes to what follows, Rall, like many would-be armchair revolutionaries,
advises: “We must take the chance.”
According to some user-friendly reviewers, Ted Rall’s book
is a new manifesto for an America heading toward economic and
political collapse. But, while others grieve for the damage to
the current American-style capitalist system created by the present
global economic collapse, Rall sees it as a bright opportunity.
He firmly believes that, as millions of people lose their jobs
and their homes, they and millions more are opening their minds
to the possibility of creating a radically different form of government
and economic infrastructure.
But, he warns, there are dangers on that road. As in Russia in
1991, a bunch of criminals and right-wing extremists — Rall
does not mention left-wing extremists — are ready to fill
the power vacuum from a collapsed United States. So, the best
way to stop them, he advises, is not collapse, but revolution.
Not by other people, but by us. Not in the future, but now, while
it is still possible.
I fully agree with Rall on one thing: after waiting for so long,
things have deteriorated in America to a point that only a true
revolution can fix it. His book, however, is the typical right
book on a wrong goal. And the goal is wrong because it is based
on false premises. The Left cannot fix the wrongs of the Right
for the simple reason that the American Left is actually a mirage,
an illusion created, nurtured and bankrolled by the most reactionary
Right. If you dig just a little you’ll find that most of
the funds supporting leftist organizations come — directly,
but most likely indirectly, to hide the source — from the
Rockefeller, Ford, Carnegie, Guggenheim, Annenberg, and other
Evidently, Ted Rall belongs to the ranks of people who hate America.
Granted, he is not the only one. Many people around the world
hate America, and they think they have enough reasons for it.
On the other hand, many Americans still don’t understand
it, and ask themselves, “Why do they hate us?” and
provide many somehow contradictory answers to the question.
A typical answer was provided in a Wall Street Journal editorial
piece after 9-11 in which Arab business leaders were asked why
they hate us. Their answer was, we hate you because you are blocking
democracy, supporting brutal terrorist regimes, preventing economic
development and enforcing poverty in Arab countries.
But this answers as well as all the answers to the same question
provided by both the Left and the Right, including “because
we are there,” are wrong. And they are wrong because the
question has been improperly formulated, and you cannot get a
right answer to a question when the question itself is wrong.
The right question should not be “Why do they hate us?”
but “Why do they hate us instead of hating them?”
As I mentioned above, the main reason why many people —
including Ted Rall — hate us, the American people, is because
of American imperialism. But I have lived for more than 30 years
in this country. I have lived in the East, the West, the Midwest
and the South. During these years I have met Americans of all
walks of life, and I am still waiting to meet the first American
imperialist. Probably I have not lived in the right places, or
met the right people, but the fact is that true American imperialists
are a tiny minority, mostly composed of Wall Street bankers, oil
magnates, CEOs of transnational corporations, senior members of
the military-industrial-academic complex, and the corrupt, opportunist
journalists and politicians they have co-opted.
As Constitutional scholar Edwin Vieira, Jr., rightly pointed out,
the so-called American “empire” is not America at
all, but “the twisted, unconstitutional, unholy perversion
of America that has been temporarily imposed upon WE THE PEOPLE
by the globalists in our midst in aid of their own megalomaniac
schemes for world hegemony.”
This small group of imperialist, corporatist conspirators ensconced
at the Council on Foreign Relations and other similar organizations,
not only secretly control America, but also the governments and
major organizations of the world. This include the UN, the CIA
the WTO, the WHO, the FDA, most universities, the Federal Reserve,
most of the world's military, mass media, and religious organizations,
and that is just a partial list.
In his book, Corporatism: The Secret Government of the New
World Order, Jeffrey Grupp shows that corporatism is the
real underlying issue from which literally all major human problems
now and in the past have originated. The other issues people usually
blame for the causes of humanity's problems (politicians, war,
human nature, greed, religion, the educational system, etc.),
are just symptoms of the real problem, which is corporatism. In
his book, Professor Grupp proves that the United States is a corporatist
nation on its way to becoming similar to the fascist and communist,
totalitarian horror states described in books such as Yevgeny
Zamyatin’s We, George Orwell’s 1984
and Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World.
If this trend continues, in the near future America will be a
full-fledged totalitarian police state that will ultimately merge
into the corporatist global prison planet that Hitler was initially
attempting to set up, the Russians tried and failed, and which
is now being sold to us under the deceptive name the New World
Order. Therefore, given the fact that fascism is basically a political
system in which the state is controlled by corporations, and communism
is the one in which the state controls the corporations control,
a sure way to avoid both fascism and communism would be to abolish
corporations and their hidden ideological hands, the so-called
Moreover, there is growing evidence that most international corporations,
who have joined the New Agers in blaming us for destroying Gaia,
are actually the same ones who have been involved for more than
a century in a concerted effort to destroy us human beings living
on this planet. Therefore, if the goal of these multinational
corporations is to destroy us, it would be a simple act of legitimate
self-defense to do our best to destroy them first. Actually, what
we need is an anti-Corporatist Manifesto, calling for a worldwide
anti-corporatist revolution, not an anti-American one.
Back in 1956 Charlie Wilson, chairman of General Motors Corporation,
said, “What is good for General Motors is good for America.”
Granted, at the time General Motors, like other similar corporations,
was a true American corporation. It operated mostly in the U.S.
territory, employed American workers, and paid them decent salaries.
But today, neither GM nor any of the big “American”
corporations is American anymore. Even though some of them still
keep their headquarters in the U.S., they have become true
transnational corporations. They have laid off well-paid American
workers, closed their factories here, and are manufacturing their
products abroad, using low-paid foreign workers or outright quasi-slave
Therefore, now more than ever, it adds insult to injury that members
of the U.S. armed forces are dying abroad protecting the interests
of transnational corporations who are mostly contributing to the
destruction of America. Marine Corps Major General Smedley Butler
rightly pointed out the dynamics of corporate empire when told
members of American Legion in 1933, “There are only two
things we should fight for. One is the defense of our homes and
the other is the Bill of Rights. War for any other reason is simply
a racket.” Currently, however, it has become evident
that the CFR-controlled U.S. government will not deploy the U.S.
Army to stop the current invasion through the border with Mexico.
Not only the U.S. Government is not defending our homes, but is
also working hard to eliminate the Constitution and the Bill of
Unfortunately, we, the American people, under the pretext of defending
our national security, have been fighting all these years unnecessary
wars to defend and protect the interests of them, a bunch of oil
magnates, Wall Street bankers and CEOs of transnational corporations
who see themselves as internationalists, hate America and despise
the U.S. Constitution. These are the only imperialists in this
country, not the American people. So, again, why do people all
around the world hate us, the American people, instead of hating
them, that tiny minority of people who don’t represent the
The answer to the question could very well be that it is because,
thanks to decades of brainwashing as the result of a psychological
war that has obliterated and destroyed our spirit and consciousness,
we, the American people, have lost our will to govern ourselves
and have voluntarily allowed them to do it instead. It seems
that a large majority of Americans now agree with David Rockefeller’s
communo-fascist idea that “the supra-national sovereignty
of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable
to the national auto-determination of the people practiced in
Now, why did Ted Rall write an Anti-American Manifesto instead
of an anti-Rockefeller, anti-Bush, anti-Clinton, anti-Kissinger
or anti-CFR Manifesto? One answer might be that he is totally
confused, because these people, not the American people, are the
ones who are behind the unnecessary wars, the current artificially
created financial crisis and the unemployment, and have enslaved
us with the their global monopoly on oil. Another reason may be
that he is just a dogmatic, brainwashed fool.
Nevertheless, I suspect that the true, occult reason why Rall
doesn’t mention the real enemies of America and the world
is because the New York Times, National Public Radio and other
media where Ted Rall publishes his cartoons and articles are fully
under the control of this anti-American cryptocracy — the
true secret government of this America Rall hates so much—
and he will never bite the secret hand that feeds him.
1. New York: Seven Stories Press, 2010.
2. A typical example of this symbiotic relationship between the
extreme Left and the extreme Right is the National Council of
La Raza (The Race), an extremist, racist, virulently anti-American
organization based in Los Angeles, whose goal is “la reconquista,”
that is, conquer the southern part of California and annexing
it to Mexico. As expected, not only La Raza gets most of its founding
from the Bill Gates (CFR) Foundation, the Ford Foundation and
other foundations associated with the Council on Foreign Relations.
Its Corporate Board of Advisor include AT&T, Bank of America,
Chevron, Shell, Wal-Mart and other corporations — all of
them CFR corporate members. Its Director for many years was CFR
member Raul Yzaguirre.
3. See, Edwin Vieira, “Baulking the Enemy’s Plans,
NewsWithViews.com, May 26, 2010.
4. Just recently, Walgreen’s Corporation has announced its
plans to move its headquarters abroad to avoid paying taxes. See,
“Walgreen Considers Moving Headquarters Overseas,”
The Chicago Tribune, June 29, 2014.
5. See, "Smedley Butler on Interventionism."
6. A recent Gallup survey found that 79 percent of Americans are
happy with the current lack of freedoms in this country. See,
Michael Snyder, “Independence Day? 79 Percent of Americans
are Completely Okay With the Current Level of Tyranny,”
infowars.com, July 3, 2014.
7. David Rockefeller remarks to selected members of the press
attending a Bilderberg Group meeting in Baden-Baden, Germany in
8. I don’t mention an Anti-Obama Manifesto because the impostor
in the White House is nothing but a CFR puppet. See Servando Gonzalez,
“Why the House Can’t Impeach Obama,” NewsWithViews.com,
December 10, 2013.
Servando Gonzalez, is a Cuban-born American writer,
historian, semiologist and intelligence analyst. He has written
books, essays and articles on Latin American history, intelligence,
espionage, and semiotics. Servando is the author of Historia
herética de la revolución fidelista, Observando,
Secret Fidel Castro: Deconstructing the Symbol, The
Nuclear Deception: Nikita Khrushchev and the Cuban Missile Crisis
madre de todas las conspiraciones: Una novela de ideas subversivas,
all available at Amazon.com.
He also hosted the documentaries Treason in America: The Council
on Foreign Relations and Partners in Treason: The CFR-CIA-Castro
Connection, produced by Xzault Media Group of San Leandro,
California, both available at the author's site at http://www.servandogonzalez.org.
His book, Psychological Warfare and the New
World Order: The Secret War Against the American People is
available at Amazon.com.
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.pdf copy of the book you can read on your computer, iPad,
Nook, Kindle or any other tablet. His book, OBAMANIA:
The New Puppet and His Masters, is available at Amazon.com.
Servando's book (in Spanish) La CIA, Fidel Castro, el Bogotazo
y el Nuevo Orden Mundial, appeared last year, and is available
and other bookstores online.
His most recent book, I
Dare Call It treason: The Council on Foreign Relations and the
Betrayal of the America, juste appeared and is available
at Amazon.com and other bookstores online.