Webster Tarpley

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Webster Griffin Tarpley (born 1946) is an American writer and political personality best known for his involvement in the LaRouche movement, including when it was openly Trotskyist during the 1970s. He has featured in the alternative media, notably on the Alex Jones show. Today, Tarpley is a member of the Democratic Party in Maryland. Tarpley claims to be opposed to the Anglo-American (Atlanticist) conspiracy, but is himself a haughty Anglo-Yankee from Massachusetts, who regularly makes disparaging remarks against other insufficiently "progressive" groups such as Southern "hicks" and "rednecks" for their social conservative agrarian values and hostility to liberal modernity. He has a really smarmy, overly cocky demeanor, including an irritating voice and facial expressions.

Tarpley glorifies Roosevelt and the British-Yankee terror campaign against free Europe under Germany during World War II as "defeating the evil fascists". In some of his earlier works, Tarpley is critical of plutocracy, what he calls the Venetian-Dutch-British system. There is some value to this work, but what Tarpley doesn't mention and in fact goes out of his way to avoid at all costs, is telling the class about the specifically Jewish banking common denominator between these three mercantile powers at the origins of their systems. Tarpley also lies by claiming that B'nai B'rith is a British Empire intelligence operation and that Adolf Hitler was a British agent. It is unclear if Tarpley has Jewish maternal ancestry.

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