Trevor Loudon: “The Enemies Within”

Trevor Loudon’s soon to be released “The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress” is like no other book written on American politics.

The book is designed to expose, in layman’s terms, the  comprehensive communist, socialist and extreme progressive infiltration of the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate.

The Enemies Within” profiles fourteen Senators and more than fifty Representatives. Their ties to Communist Party USA, Democratic Socialists of America, Workers World Party, the Institute for Policy Studies, Council for a Livable World and other radical anti-American organizations. 

Also see: Trevor Loudon: An Urgent Message for America

But do these ties actually matter? How do they impact you and your family?

Ever wondered why the US Congress has moved further and further left over your lifetime, even while much of the electorate has become more and more conservative? Why government regulation and taxes have exponentially increased, even though most Americans still oppose Big Government?

The Enemies Within” is designed to  show American voters exactly how modern communism works and how it impacts on your life, every single day. Just how do the communists win big on things like Obamacare and immigration “reform,” which go completely against the wishes of the American people?

The Enemies Within” names names and takes no prisoners.

If you want to know exactly who is tearing your country down, this is a MUST READ.

Author Trevor Loudon is an internationally known blogger and researcher, noted among other things, for exposing the communist background of Obama “Green Jobs Czar” Van Jones , which led to his eventual resignation from his White House position. Loudon was also the first to publicize Barack Obama’s ties to Hawaiian Communist Party member Frank Marshall Davis.

Trevor Loudon’s research has been cited by Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, countless articles, blog posts and in books by well known authors Paul Kengor, Aaron Klein and Jerome Corsi. He has given countless radio interviews and addressed audiences in more than 30 states in his four tours of the United States.

Trevor Loudon speaks on internal subversion, communism and socialism, national security, culture and constitutional conservatism.

4 thoughts on “Trevor Loudon: “The Enemies Within””

  1. Hilarious. Loudon is mocked as an idiot in New Zealand. He is a conspiracy theory fantasist. Making connections that aren't and never were there, he fabricates an interesting yarn in order to promote himself and gain notoriety. Perez Hilton has more integrity

  2. Dear Ana, Your comment is called an ad hominem attack and it has no value in making your point.

    It is like calling scientists, like me, "tools of big oil" just because we tell you carbon dioxide is no threat to the planet … and then thinking you have proved carbon dioxide is dangerous. Sorry, it won't work.

    Can you provide some substantial evidence that shows Loudon has made some mistakes in his conclusions?

  3. petemdot@yahoo.com

    Other than calling someone a racist, calling him (or her) a conspiracy theorist is what is in these days. Ad hominem, in my giant Random House dictionary, means 'attacking an opponent's character rather than answering his argument.' Usually the attack says more about the accuser than the accused. 'Conspiracy theorist' is a useful term for the purpose of demonizing someone whose ideas/opinions you don't agree with, and cannot challenge. It is, in my view, an immature (and sometimes cowardly) thing to do.

    If anyone wants examples of real conspiracies out there, they do exist and are well documented. I could give you a few off the top of my head, depending on how one defines the term 'conspiracy'. Since I haven't read Mr. Loudon's books, there is nothing to comment on until I do. However, we know from the reading of history how communist/socialist advocates have infiltrated and subverted institutions in the past. That is nothing new. It is business-as-usual, and well known as stage I of social change toward an eventual collectivist state.

    If one reads "The Prison Papers" of the Italian Marxist theorist, Antonio Gramsci, you will see his advocating the gradual overthrow of capitalist governments and culture incrementally from within the institutions, in other words – infiltration. If that is part of what Mr. Loudon is saying is happening in D.C. today, and it is true, then this activity qualifies as some form of intrigue, plot, cabal or conspiracy – none of which most Americans want to see happen.

    We're talking potentially treasonous stuff here and as we connect the dots with other seemingly related widespread cabal-like activities, there is enormous concern, from a constitutional perspective – for the survival of our freedom.

    Pete MacLachlan
    Hamilton, Montana

  4. Popeye, It's cute how you've listed Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, Jerome Corsi, et. al. as having cited Trevor Loudon's work. I guess this is your attempt to prop up his credibility to your audience. Unfortunately his work will have to stand on its own because these people you've listed certainly do not tend to lend any credibility to him. In fact I would consider these references to be detrimental to building any case for Trevor's credibility. Not, of course, to say Trevor is not cedible just questioning why any thinking person today would site such meaningless and unreliable references.

    I'm curious about how much time he spends on the Bush families influence on the "enemy within". Maybe he does not touch on it because other authors such as Pete Brewton, "The Mafia – CIA – & George Bush", have pretty well nailed down all the facts surrounding the Iran Contra affair, guns for drugs, Oliver North's complicitness, G. H. W. Bush's complicitness, the deregulation of the savings and loans under Reagan, the BCCI bank scandal, Neil Bush and the rape of Silverado Savings, G. H. W. Bush's relationship with the Mafia owned Ocean Reef Club, and The Bush family relationship with the
    Bin Laden family as their financiers.

    Curious isn't it?

    TTFN to you HTC

    John Swenson
    Ronan

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