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 ow
Carter
Appears
To
 he
World
Notonlydeathandtaxesareinescapable
 
Itis
just
as
certainthatthefree
worldwllpay
for
Jimm
Carter's
election
and
that
the
balance
sheet
is
going
to
be
staggering
The
stated 21,800,000
spent
to
obtain
the277
of
Amrica's
eligible
voters
which
putthe
new
President
in
officecan
be
amortized,
the
promses
never
 
Those
who
discovered
andformedthecandidate
knew
this,
and
their
ultimate
aimwas
never
concealed
 
When
the
gam
is
up,
America's
problemwll
be
dumped
in
the
lap
of
the
receiver
thathastaken
over
bankruptBritain
--
the
EuropeanEconomcCommunity
(EEC)--which
wth
America's
entry
wllbecome
Atlantic
 
FIRSTCAME
THELONG
RANGE
PLANNNG
The
Associated
Press
estimated
on
November
10that
the
947
of
the
colored
votewhich
M
 
Carterhadreceived
 
som
6
 6
mllion
in
all
 
had
provided
the
margin
for
victory
 
National
BroadcastingCompany
(NBC)
esti-mated
that
727
of
theJewshvotehadgone
to
M
 
Carter,
567
of
theCatholic,
607
of
thevoters
wthPolish
surnams,
647
of
the
blue-collarworkers
and
707
of
the
bigcityresidents
 
Butonly537
of
the
Americans
of
votingage
bothered
togoto
the
polls
 
Each
groupthat
wenthadbeen
promsed
somthing
 
Obviously,
the
percentages
overlap
 
Manywth
Polishsurnamscould
be
Jews,
Catholics,blue-collar
workers
and
residents
of
bigcities
 
Carrying
the
statisticsfurther
would
onlyprovemore
irrefutably
that
Jimm
Carter
is
notthePresident
of
all
the
people
 
HOWTHE
PROMSES
WERE
SELECTED
shouldhave
alienated
more
than537
of
anyinformdelectorate,unless
 t
wanted
to
be
conned
London's
socialist
weekly,
THE
OBSERVER,
reported
on
June
13
1976
 
Jimm
Carter'sconquest
of
the
Democratic
Party
has
been
remarkably
like
a
coupd'etat
 
It
told
how
 four
years
ago
this
determned
mn,
supported
by
only
a
littlegroup
of
assistants,almost
all
youngenough
to
be
hischildren,began
in
secret
to
layhisplans
 
What
do
they
mean
 
assistants
young
enough
to
be
hischildren?
Averell
Harrimn,
the
veteranchampion
of
leftist
causes
whom
the
LondonSUNDAY
TIMESof
April
18
1976,
called the
grand
old
man
of
the
Democrats?
Mlton
Katz,
the
Harvard
director
oflegal
studieswhowaswth
the
OSS
leftists
inItaly
when
the
plotting
wasgoing
on
to
destroy
the
monarchy,
which
wassynonymous
wth
tradition?
Katz,
at
whoseWorld
Peace
Foundation
conference
Henry
Kissinger
first
met
General
Paul
Stehlin,
the
French
general
whoseaim
wasnotpeacebutHanoi
victory
whenhe
set
up
M
 
Kissinger's
first
meetings
in
Pariswth
the
negotiators
fromHanoi?
By
the
tim
of
the
New
Hampshire
primries,THE
OBSERVER
continued
 
Much
of
the
work
had
been
done
 
Themood
of
the
American
peoplehad
been
analyzedand
it
hadbeen
established
how
Cartercouldturn
that
mood
intovotes
 
Unknown
to
most
of
America
theCartercoup
was
already
half
made
 
Shocked
at
theidea
of
feeding
information
 
January,1977Pale
-
2-
into
computers
for
two
years
before
the
campaign
started,to
analyze
themood
of
the
people
and
determne
what
line
they
would
fall
for,
M
 
Howell
Raines,editor
of
the
St
 
Petersburg
Times,
questionedCarter'spress
secretary,
Jody
Powell
 
M
 
Rainesasked
if
it
wasn't
 blatantchicanery
when
the
manusing
suchtactics
assures
anaudience
that
he
isa
 strongconservative
.
Not
at
all, replied
M
 
Powell
 
This
is
an
example
of
the
governor'speculiar
giftof
being
able
to
explain
hisliberal
policies
interm
that
makethem
acceptable
to
conservatives
.
As
early
as
May
17,
1976,
U
.S
 
NEWS
 
WORLDREPORT
told
how
Peter
Bourne,
the
anti-
war-in-Vetnam
psychiatrist,
had
been
employed
to
preparedetailedstudies
on
thousands
of
national
organizations,
their
constituencies
and
convention
schedules
 
It
was
part
of
the years
of
meticulous
planning,
much
ofit
secret,
said
U
.S
 
NEWS
 
WORLD
REPORT
 
It
was
also
a
glimpse
into
thethought
process
of
a
man
experienced
at
gettingsomething
for
nothing
Appointment
to
Annapolis
for
a
free
education
 
After
the
required
tourin
the
Navy,
a
home
ina
public
housing
projectfor
the
poor,
though
he
hadjustinherited
a
share
in
a
half-mlliondollarpeanutbusiness
 
taxable
income
of
$135,000
lastyear,
half
ofit
derived
from
government
subsidies
paid
to
peanut
farmers
THE
MASTER
STROKEWAS
SEWNG
UP
OF
THE
COLORED
VOTEOne
of
the
best
accountswas
provided
by
Colin
Legum
in
THE
OBSERVER,and
itis
worthnoting
that
Atlantic
Richfield
tookoverTHE
OBSERVERshortly
after
the
election
 
Wether
this
was
a
coincidence
or
part
of
the
groundwork
to
prepareAmerica'sentry
into
Atlantica,
theenlarged
Common
Market,remains
to
be
seenWe
shallcome
back
to
that
 
Acquisition
of
the
victory-wnning
colored
vote
was
slick,
deft
and
worthy
of
Machiavelli
 
M
 
Carterhelped
Andrew
Young,
a
former
associate
of
MartinLuther
King,
become
a
congressman
in1972
 
Wen
the
timecame,hethen
hadsomething
to
hold
up
as
proof
that
he
wasthecolored
voter'sman
and
Andrew
Young
took
the
campaigntrail
for
M
 
Carter
 
He
(Carter)
is
more
genuinelyliberal
than
the
northernliberals, CongressmanYoung
toldM
 
LegumPointing
to
the
26
blacks
out
of
the
125
on
Carter's
staff,
the
congressman
continued
wthwhatwasmore
than
a
promse
of
equality
 
There
was
a
hint
that
before
they
know
it,
Americans
mght
find
themelves
citizens
of
the
world
 
instead
of
a
country
 
The
only
way
to
ensureeconomcstability
and
equality
for
ourselves,
Andrew
Young
told
M
 
Legum is
by
changing
the
structure
of
our
own
society
to
meet
thoseof
the
world
community
.
Wether
by
 for
ourselves,
M
 
Young
spoke
as
a
black
orasan
American,the
interviewer
didnotsay
 
He
did
state
 
There
is
one
thinghe
(M
 
Carter)
has
publiclyacknowedged
-
hisdebt
to
44-year-old
Andrew
Young
for
swnging
thecountry's
blackvotebehindhim
 
An
initialpayment
has
been
made
 
M
 
Young
is
America'snew
ambassador
to
U
N
.
aworld
organization
of
146
countries,
80-some
of
whichvote
againstAmerica
andtheWst
 
Wth
preservation
of
peace
as
its
stated
reason
forbeing,
the
U
.Nis
preparing
to
sponsor
a
racial
war
against
Rhodesia
and
later
the
Union
of
SouthAfrica
 
The
anti-communist
war
in-Vetnam
was
a
 dirty
war, wthno-wnism
asan
objective
 
Theone
M
 
Youngwll
back,in
the
name
of
America,
wll
be
neither
 
So
muchfor
the
price
Americans
wll
payfor
M
 
Carter's
colored
votes
 
The
London
TIMES,
of
November
5
1976,
brought
up
anotherfactor
 
Analysis
gives
rise
to
questions
about
to
whomM
 
Carteroweshis
election
 
Hsown
answer
is
thepeople,
that
he
is
free
of
any
special
interests
 
However,
itis
clear
that
blacks
andthe
trade
unions
are
looking
to
him
for
action
.
Let
us
take
a
look
at
thenextnote
the47%
of
the
population,who
could
have
voted
butdid
not,
are
going
to
have
to
face
 
LABOR'S
ROLE
IN
SELECTING
AND
ELECTINGPOLITICANS
could
prove
more
embarrassing
than
Watergate
if
the
press
were
not
so
selective
in
its
investigativereporting
 
Labor
union
support
goes
far
beyond
endorsement
 
The
rule
prohibiting
candidates
from
acceptingoutsidedonations
is
non-existent
here
 
A
laborunion
is
free
to
bombard
 
January,
1977
P
age
-
3-
its
dues-payers
wthcampaignliterature,
appeals'f6r
newparty
members,
and
calls
for
volunteers
to
help
potential
voters
register
andget
to
the
polls
.
All
this
on
laborunion
time
and
at
laborunion
expense
:
Labor
unionsmailed
 
mllion
and
ahalf
pieces
of
Carter
literature
in
Philadelphia
alone
:
`Union
workers
knocked
on
:doors
b
the,
thousands,
working
for
candidates
their
bosses
had
endorsed
.
 Six
out
of
every
ten
unionhouseholds
acrossthe
nation
re~ponded
to the
sophisticated,computerized
ex-
hortations
fromlaborleaders
to
vote
forthe
former
Georgia
governor,
the
New
York
Timesreported
on
November
3
.
Thestory
added
:
.
The
most
significant,finding
w
theextent
to
whichblue
collar
workers h
`labor
unions
responded
to
the
barrage
of
leaflets,
telephone
appeals
and
personal
overturesfromtheir
leaders,
.
One
advantage
of
campaigning
throughlabor
unions
is
cheaper
postal
rates
granted
to
non-profit
groups
.
The
savings
on
60
mllion
political
tracts
is
considerable,
and
.labor.used
everydodge
to
assure
the
election
of
politicians
who
wllvote
to
repeal
section
14-B
of
the
Taft-Hartley
Act,
which
permts
states
to
enact
right-to-work
statutes
.
Wth
unionsopenly
vowng
to
destroy
any
candidate
who
supportsSection
 
4= ,
tbe
cards
are
stacked
against
the
honest
politician
.
Whatunion
leaders
are
after
in
the
repeal
ofthatpart
of
the
Taft-Hartley
Act
is
the
mllions
of
dollars
it
wllbring
in'for
political
purposes,
andthe
obedience
of
compulsory
members
who,
if
expelled
from
a
union,
wllhave
no
right
toa
job
Britain
is
locked
in
the
same
struggle
for
life
.
 Cosed
shops
wllmakeunions
un-
beatable,
M
.
Denys
Randolph
told
a
conference
on
labor,in
London,
on
;November
11,
1976
M
.
Paul
Johnson,
the
British
author,
declared
:
 Ifthe
fight
;to
prevent
.
the
establishment
of
the
closed
shop
asa
legaltyranny
is
abandoned,
I'fear
that,the
friends
of
freedom
wll
loseheartcompletely
.
The
real
reasons
for
.
:Carter's
union
support
were
drowned
in
a
flood
of
meaningless
drivelabout
the
candidate'himelf
 
Peter
Pringle
told
readers
of
the
LondonSUNDAYTIMES
:
 For
a
manwhohashad
little
previous
contactwth
labor
unions
Carter'
performedremarkably
well
.
A
typical
re-
.
actionfrom
a
union
headquarters
was
:
'Wen
he
came
herehe
didn't
understand
the
basic
jargon
of
trade
union
bargaining,
wehad
to
teach
him
buthe
learns
fast
.
He's
the
kind
of
guyyou
can
grow
wth
. '
M
.
Pringle
andhis
colleagues
on
the
SUNDAYTIMES
(the
owner
of
which
has
56
newspapers
in
the
U
.S
.)
have
probably
never
read
page
20
of'
 
the
trainingmanual
of
. the
.
Communist
Party
of
Great
Britain
It
goes
:
 Theinterest
of
the
Communist
Party
in
the
trade
unions
is
purely
political
.
W
do
not
enterinto
the
economcstruggle
and
work
of
the
tradeunions
merely
to
secureimproved
conditions
 
Our
work
in
the
unions
is
to
permeate
them
wth
communist
ideasand
convert
them
into
revolutionaryorganizations
.
Ourmethod
is
to
foster
all
elementsstriving
for
active
mlitantleadership
inside
the
unions
.
This
is
what
has
happened
in
the
unions
which
free-wheeling
American
organizers
set
up
in
Africa,
Aden
and
in
the
Brussels-basedInternational
Confederationof
Free
Trade
Unionsitself
.
That
is
why
itis
frightening
that
labor
outspent
business
in
the
drive
to
elect
friendly
candidates
to
Congress
last
November
.
U
S
.
NEWS
 
WORLD
REPORT
of
November
8
estimated
union
donations
at 5
.8
mllion,
against
 4
.3
mllion
from
business
firm
and
corporations
.
Add
the
black
votes
brought
in,;by
AndrewYoung
to
the
massive
votes
regimented
by
what'the'New
York
Timescalled
 
. the
.sophisticated,
computerizedexhortationsfromlabor
leaders
and
Jimmy
 
Carter
can
by
.
nb,stretchof
the
imagination
be
calledthe
President
of
all'the
people
.
THEWASHNGTON
POST,
ONDECEMBER
17,
1976
 
went
further
in
listing
the
President's
creditors
and
pinpointing
their
first
demand
:
 Blacks,
women's
groups,
Ralph
Nader,hawks,doves,and
most
notably
so
far,
the
AFL-CO
labor
federatibn,,are
trying
,to
collect
the
debts
they
feel
M
.
Carter
owesthem
by
influencing
his
Cabinetselctions
.
The
debt
forthe
Jewshvote
was
not tnetit
oned,
 
'but
nevertheless,,a
 u
d
pro,uo
exists
.
Now
this
is
compromsed
by
-a
debt
t
SaudiArabia
which
a
 
vast
.m
or,ty'ofAmericans
are
likely
to
find
more
important°than
M
.
Carter'spromses
.

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