Robert Henry Winborne Welch Jr. was an American businessman, political activist and author. He was independently wealthy following his retirement and used that wealth to sponsor anti-communist causes. Welch founded the John Birch Society (JBS) in December 1958. Its original membership consisted of only eleven men but Welch’s wealth allowed the organization to have a wide impact and sponsor a number of publications. At its height, the organization claimed it had approximately 100,000 members, but its political views limited its ability to form alliances with other groups (even other anti-Communists like Richard Nixon and, to a lesser extent, Ronald Reagan, were denounced by the Society as being too liberal) and diminished its real impact. Welch was the editor and publisher of the monthly magazine American Opinion and the weekly “The Review of the News”. He also wrote The Road to Salesmanship (1941), May God Forgive Us (1951), “The Politician” (about Eisenhower) and The Life of John Birch (1954). A collection of his essays were also edited into a book “The New Americanism”. Just watch the video below! This can be the proof that there are plans in place by the elite to systemically disassemble sovereignty ?