Monday, 1 September 2008

Phyllis Schlafly

Phyllis Schlafly - American Conservative Political Activist; Widely-published Author and Commentator; Founded the Eagle Forum; Members o/t Council for National Policy

Phyllis Schlafly (born August 15, 1924, in St. Louis, Missouri)[1] is an American conservative political activist known for her best-selling 1964 book A Choice, Not An Echo, and her opposition to feminism and the Equal Rights Amendment.

Schlafly co-authored several books on national defense, and was highly critical of arms-control agreements with the former Soviet Union.[2] In 1961 she wrote that arms control "will not stop Red aggression any more than disarming our local police will stop murder, theft, and rape."[3]

A widely-published author and commentator, Schlafly also maintains an active presence on the lecture circuit. In 1972, she founded the Eagle Forum, and was the founder and president of a sister organization known as the Eagle Forum Education & Legal Defense Fund, which also operates in the Eagle Forum's St. Louis office. As of 2007, she is still the president of both organizations. Since 1967, she has published her own political newsletter, the Phyllis Schlafly Report.

She was married to attorney John Fred Schlafly, Jr., (1909–1993) for forty-four years. They had six children: John, Bruce, Roger, Liza, Andrew, and Anne.

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The conference featured the likes of Phyllis Schlafly, a Catholic who led the anti-ERA campaign. Her husband, Fred Schlafly, is employed by the Frawley business consortium.
What about Eagle Forum? You didn't mention Phyllis Schlafly. I can't remember what organization you said she was involved in, receiving money or she went to a meeting. What about the Eagle Forum?

KELLEIGH: Do you want me to answer that, Chey? Well, I will tell you this, Phyllis Schlafly is a Catholic. I know that she's done what a lot of people consider a lot of good work. However, I know for a fact Phyllis is Phi Beta Kappa and all you have to do is go into the old book, SECRET AND OTHER SOCIETIES, and find out that Phi Beta Kappa was started in the 1700s and patterned of the Bavarian Illuminati. On the back of the Phi Beta Kappa key are seven stars and a crescent moon which also appears on the floors of the old freemasonry halls. So, there is a heavy connection there to. Now, it is alleged, and I say alleged very carefully, that Phyllis is a Dame of the Sovereign Order of the Military Knights of Malta. And it is also a fact that she did get a $500,000 federal grant to study Child Abuse in the Classroom. Child Abuse in the Classroom was actually not written by Phyllis. It was written by a woman named Charlotte Iserbyt and it was only a year ago that Phyllis finally gave Charlotte credit for having written it.

Prior to the East Lansing conference, I had requested from Sarah Leslie information about James Dobson and the Council for National Policy, of which I had just become aware. I was told to read Russ Bellant's books and to come to the conference where I would hear him speak on the CNP. No information was offered on Dr. Dobson. Mr. Bellant gave a brief presentation on the Right-Wing, however, I would learn after the conference that many researchers throughout the country had been accumulating information on the CNP since the 1980s, including membership directories of this secret coalition of globalists and right-wing evangelical organizations. Most of this information seems to have been suppressed by the Discernment ministries. One report might have exposed this organization years ago as a front organization for Sun Myung Moon, Scientology, old and neo-Nazis and various globalists who, posing as conservatives, are drawing the Christian community into the New World Order. However, for unknown reasons this report was never published.

Phyllis Schlafly and her late husband Fred, were early members of the Council for National Policy, a highly secretive coalition of Evangelical ministries such as Focus on the Family, Family Research Council, Christian Coalition and Concerned Women for America, CFR members, entrepreneurs, legislators, former high-ranking military leaders, Moonie-front organizations, TV preachers, the multi-millionaire Coors family, Amway and operatives from Opus Dei, DAR and Knights of Malta (of which Phyllis Schlafly is a Dame). Barbara Monteith and Dr. Stanley Monteith of noble Scottish bloodline are members of the CNP (see above).
Roger Pearson's successor as head of the American WACL was John Singlaub, whose high level and government connections restored an appearance of respectability to the WACL. Serving on the advisory board were such notables as Howard Phillips of Conservative Caucus, Andy Messing of the National Defense Council and [Knight of Malta] Fred Schlafly, husband of [Dame of Malta] Phyllis Schlafly of Eagle Forum. The membership also included several high-ranking military officers such as Lt. Gen. Daniel O. Graham, former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency and former member of the advisory board of CAUSA USA, the political arm of Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church. With the help of Oliver North, John Singlaub would enable the Contra resistance in Nicaragua, assisting [Knights of Malta] David Rockefeller and J. Peter Grace with the [Black Pope's] corporate takeover of Latin America:

In 1984, Singlaub headed a Pentagon panel called to make recommendations on conducting military activities in Central America. The panel's report urged the U.S. to emphasize nonconventional, counterinsurgency warfare strategies.(9,10) Under the [SMOM-dominated] Reagan administration, Singlaub received assistance and guidance from White House and National Security Council (NSC) officials for his "private" contra-supply activities. He identified former NSC aide Oliver North as his liaison to the White House. 32.
Schlafly, Phyllis SMOM • head, Eagle Forum
• has connections to Patrick J. Frawley
• member of Council for National Policy
• leader of the “New Right”
After several astute listeners of Sweet Liberty called, asking pointed question the host asked her if she normally gets questions like this. Again she screeched... "NEVER!!" A couple of other questions to Schlafly were:

1) "Why are the meetings of the Council for National Policy (CNP) so secret?" Her evasive response. "I don't control those meetings. All of my meetings are open to the public." She was correct about that. According to former CNP member, Reverend Austin Miles, who has been a guest on Sweet Liberty on several occasions, Paul Weyrich is the Grand Puba of the CNP. (Not sure exactly what Weyrich's 'title' is at the CNP, but Grand Puba should suffice. He's in a league of his own... along with one other famous person; Fred Flintstone was the Grand Puba of his fraternal lodge, wasn't he?)

2) "Are you a Dame of Malta?" (That is the female counterpart to the Sovereign Military Order of Malta - better known as Knights of Malta). Her response: "Yes. It's a benevolent organization." (I have an audio tape of the broadcast referenced)

That's what Pat Buchanan said when asked by radio talk show host, Roger Fredenberg, if he (Buchanan) was a Knight of Malta. "It's a benevolent organization that costs me about $5,000 a year for charitable causes" (paraphrased) -- Jackie -- August 17, 2002
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