From: TheNegativeThinker@yahoo.com (The NegativeThinker)
Subject: Re: Reagan The SnitchBitch
Date: 9 Jul 2002 09:36:43 -0700
References: <email@example.com> > Reagan saw the jew commies up close and personal as president of the screen
> > actor's guild.
> Yeah, and as a member of two subversive organizations before he became
> Hoover's SnitchBitch--
> "Reagan's denial
> But the FBI had a problem.
> As governor, Reagan would have access to UC's atomic research data.
> The Atomic Energy Act required the FBI to conduct a comprehensive
> background investigation of him.
> The process started on Dec. 18, 1966, when Reagan filled out a
> Personnel Security Questionnaire that asked, among other questions:
> "Are you now, or have you ever been, a member of any organization
> which has been designated by the United States Attorney General as
> required under the provisions of Executive Order 10450?
> "Are you now, or have you ever been, a member of any foreign or
> domestic organization, association, movement, group, or combination of
> persons which is totalitarian, fascist, communist, or subversive . . .
> Applicants were required to list any such groups and the dates they
> were involved with them.
> Reagan answered "no" to both questions on the form, which contained a
> warning that "any false statement herein may be punished as a felony."
> Reagan received shining recommendations from everyone the FBI
> But files of the Los Angeles FBI office showed that in 1946 Reagan had
> been a sponsor and director of the Committee for a Democratic Far East
> Policy, which had been designated as subversive by the U.S. Attorney
> General under Executive Order 10450.
> The records also showed that also in 1946 Reagan had been a member of
> the American Veterans Committee, the California section of which had
> been cited in a report by the predecessor of the Burns committee as
> "communist dominated and (as) a vociferous, decadent minority in
> national AVC affairs."
> But Grapp, head of the L.A. office, approved a report that conformed
> to Reagan's Personnel Security Questionnaire -- omitting Reagan's
> association with the two groups officially deemed subversive.
> When FBI officials in the bureau's headquarters read Grapp's report,
> they ordered him to amend the document to include Reagan's role in the
> The bureau could not risk the omission. Hundreds of people in the late
> 1940s and early 1950s had faced hearings and sometimes dismissals from
> federal employment for failing to disclose memberships in groups
> deemed subversive.
> But the final report to the Atomic Energy Commission, prepared by FBI
> headquarters, did not mention Reagan's false statement that he had
> never belonged to a subversive organization, which by law could itself
> be reason to deny a security clearance."
> He had no illusions about them.
> That's right. He knew they were innocent, and accused them anyway.
Whatsamatter rad? Don't have anything to say about this? I knew I'd shut you up.