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Cabinet Level Testimony of Treason From Within, Censored Clip Not Tolerated on Many Sites

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Uploaded on Apr 15, 2009

Where can be found testimony of such intensity in the record by any person of this high of rank (Cabinet Level), speaking of such treason from within. Stunning. This clip of Dwight Eisenhower's Secretary of Agrciculture, Ezra Taft Benson, is censored constantly on the web, by many, many sites, including: Digg.com, Wikipedia, GCN Radio Network, History Channel, and some others.

The full talk can be had at www.AwakeAndArise.org

Dwight D. Eisenhower's Secretary of Agriculture, Ezra Taft Benson, one of the most staunch, anti-communist/socialists of the 20th century. It is said he developed a deep hatred for these vile and murderous ideologies, and every time he had the chance, spoke out against the "communist/socialist conspiracy." This speech was recorded in 1965 in Salt Lake City in the Assembly Hall on Temple Square, next door to the famous Mormon Tabernacle where the Choir continues today the longest running radio broadcast in history. LDS Church President, David O. McKay was in the listening audience, and no doubt was the push to have LDS Apostle Benson give this stunning address, wherein he cites treason from within the American Government, of which he himself was witness, having been in the Cabinet for all 8 years with Eisenhower. Ezra Taft Benson told Dwight Eisenhower at his appointment time that he didn't and wouldn't have voted for him. It was Senator Taft that Benson was behind (and whom Ron Paul too stands with.) Senator Taft would have been the greatest president we could have had, but the establishment worked hard to ensure Eisenhower took the nomination over the truly Constitutionalist, US Founding Father loyalist, Senator Taft.

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