The “Frank W. Dux Affair”

Recently, a very interesting and factual new-media article was written by the famed martial arts Hollywood movie phenom Frank W. Dux (Blood Sport) explaining Americas stolen valor vigilante gang stalkers means and methods while being covered by the F.B.I. and the Justice Department before the “Russia Collusion Affair” ever was known.

Frank Dux: Stolen Valor Vultures are FBI’s Proxy Agents: Operate Outside the Law

Frank Dux: How Stolen Valor Vultures Tried to Destroy My Reputation

Stolen Valor Vultures Murder Veterans Not Just Reputations: Part 1 –The Plot To Deny Veterans Treatment For PTSD & Environmental Hazards, like Agent Orange

Stolen Valor Vultures Murder Veterans Not Just Reputations Part 2

Pt. 3: Stolen Valor Vultures Invent Allegations for Profit

The martial arts and Hollywood legend Frank W. Dux chases out all the stolen valor vigilante cock-roaches into the open; but they still won’t use their real names in fear of reprisals in their cowardly form.

MEET  “Jack L.” not his real name.

tags: Conspiracy, Conspiracy Theory, Para-Military, American Legion, Contact Program 2018

Here Is Where The Money Is At

Organized by veterans of the First World War in 1919, the American Legion was created to promote “100% Americanism”—defined by its founders as militant opposition to all things “radical” or “Bolshevik.”

Violence quickly followed, with at least five deaths resulting by year’s end, as legionnaires attacked unfriendly editors, suspected communists, union strikers and declaring unpopular citizens as Nazis.  Does this all sound familiar in the year 2018.

It should because the American Legion has a whole host of stolen valor vulture vigilantes going wild on our military Veterans and President Donald Trump is getting their pitchforks into his America.  They even refer to themselves as “The Pitchfork Brigade” and as of late, these same people refer to themselves as “The Resisters” and keep masked as in anonymous. The early American Legion plainly favored FASCISM, as witnessed by its 1923 pledge of honorary membership to Italian dictator Benito Mussolini.

Two years later, national commander Alvin Owsley granted a newspaper interview that included threats to overthrow the U.S. government. “If ever needed [said Owsley], the American Legion stands ready to protect our country’s Institutions and ideals as the Fascistic dealt with the destructionists who menaced Italy!” “By taking over the Government?” he was asked. “Exactly that,” he replied. “The American Legion is fighting every element that threatens our democratic government—Soviets, anarchists, IWW, revolutionary Socialists and any other ‘Red.’ Do not forget that the Fascistic are to Italy what the American Legion is to the United States.”

American Legion.  Nine years later, in the spring of 1934, high-ranking legionnaires attempted to carry out Owsley’s threat, operating through a front group called the AMERICAN LIBERTY LEAGUE. On the eve of World War II, legion commanders announced their plan to organize a civilian spy network, keeping track of perceived “subversives” from coast to coast. Attorney General Robert Jackson sidetracked the vigilante campaign by authorizing the FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) American Legion Contact Program, whereby some 40,000 legionnaires were recruited as “confidential national defense informants,” reporting gossip about their coworkers and neighbors. So successful was the program, filling J. EDGAR HOOVER’s private files with much information he might otherwise have missed, that it was continued until 1966.

From the 1940s onward, legionnaires provided Hoover’s most dependable forum for speeches attacking communists, civil rights activists, antiwar protesters, and other enemies of the FBI, but collaboration was not always peaceful. The American Legion’s “super-patriots” took themselves too seriously at times, as during the McCarthy era of the early 1950s. In 1953 Hoover ordered Inspector Catha DeLoach to join the legion and “straighten it out.” DeLoach enlisted, rising swiftly to become a post commander, department commander, and then national vice-commander. Legionnaires wanted to elect him as their national commander in 1958, but Hoover vetoed the move, deeming the top post “too political.” Instead, DeLoach became chairman of the American Legion’s national public-relations commission, ensuring that any public criticism of Hoover or the FBI was met by immediate protest from legion posts nationwide, scripted by ghost writers in the FBI’s Crime Records Division.

Today’s American Legion headquarters Public Relations Director is Mark Cameron Seavey and the Lawyer blogger for Americas most well-known stolen valor vigilante gang stalkers at and paid by the American Legion Headquarters in Indianapolis.  It is operated as a new-media “tacit contact squad” of the former Hoover F.B.I. era and mostly all today’s American Legion memberships.