52 years later in her August 25, 2016 Reno speech, Hillary echoed fellow globalist Rockefeller's warning about "extremist" KKK Republicans.
Rockefeller like other Sabotage Republicans could not be deterred from his primary goal of weakening America. He used his global microphone to spew hatred about innocent Americans which damaged the entire United States. Image: 11/22/1963, LBJ being sworn in as US president, a blood-spattered Jackie Kennedy beside him, Alamy photo via Daily Mail. "Swearing in: President Lyndon Baines Johnson took his oath of office on Air Force One in the Dallas airport"
July 14, 1964, "Remarks on Extremism at the 1964 Republican National Convention"
"Text of remarks by Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller prepared for delivery before the third session of the 1964 Republican National Convention in moving adoption of the amendment to the report of the Committee of Resolutions on the Subject of Extremism, Cow Palace, San Francisco, California, July 14, 1964"
Nelson Rockefeller: "Mr. Chairman, fellow delegates, I move that the following language be inserted in the proposed 1964 Republican Platform as a new full paragraph between the present sixth and seventh paragraphs under the section headed "For a Free People."
The Republican Party fully respects the contribution of responsible criticism, and defends the right of dissent in the democratic process. But we repudiate the efforts of irresponsible, extremist groups, such as the Communists, the Ku Klux Klan, the John Birch Society and others, to discredit our Party by their efforts to infiltrate positions of responsibility in the Party, or to attach themselves to its candidates."
The time has come for the Republican party to face this issue realistically and take decisive action. It is essential that this Convention repudiate here and now any doctrinaire, militant minority, whether Communist, Ku Klux Klan or Bircher which would subvert this party to purposes alien to the very basic tenets which gave this party birth.
Precisely one year ago today on July 14, 1964, [July 1963?] I issued a statement wherein I warned that:
"�.The Republican party is in real danger of subversion by a radical, well-financed
and highly disciplined minority."
At that time I pointed out that the purpose of this minority were "�.wholly alien to the sound and honest conservatism that has firmly based the Republican party in the best of a century's traditions, wholly alien to the sound and honest Republican liberalism that has kept the party abreast of human needs in a changing world, wholly alien to the broad middle course that accommodates the mainstream of Republican principles."
Our sole concern must be the future well-being of America, and of freedom and respect for human dignity - the preservation and enhancement of these principles upon which this nation has achieved its greatness.
During this year, I have criss-crossed this nation fighting for those principles, fighting to keep the Republican party of all the people - and warning of the extremist threat, its danger to the party and its danger to the nation.
The methods of these extremist elements I have experienced at first hand.
Their tactics have ranged from cancellation by coercion of a speaking engagement before a college audience to outright threats of personal violence. These things have no place in America, but I can personally testify to their existence. And so can countless others who have also experienced:
Anonymous midnight and early-morning telephone calls.
Unsigned threatening letters.
Smear and hate literature.
Strong arm and "goon" tactics.
Bomb threats and bombing.
Infiltration and take-over of established political organizations by Communist and Nazi methods.
These extremists have no plan and no program to keep the peace and bring freedom to the world.
On the contrary - they spread distrust. They engender suspicion. They encourage disunity. And they operate from the dark shadows of secrecy.
They have called President Eisenhower "a dedicated, conscious agent of the Communist conspiracy." They have labeled a great Republican Secretary of State, the late John Foster Dulles, "a Communist agent.""...
[Ed. note: If Communists were taking over the GOP as Rocky said, wouldn't Commie GOPs have been happy that a fellow Commie was US Pres. or Sec. of State?]
(continuing): "They have demanded that the United States get out of the United Nations and that the United Nations get out of the United States."...
[Ed. note: The UN? American taxpayers are forced to pay most of the UN's bills but have no say whatsoever in its activities. UN personnel the world over are unelected, unaccountable, and can't be charged with any crime, civil or criminal, anywhere on earth. Its employees can put US cash in a personal bank account without consequence. The US political class agreed to the founding and continuing existence of a criminal group designed to enslave US taxpayers and among other things force them to pay for global crimes against humanity. Who but a very sick man would call Americans "haters" for objecting to their enslavement to such a group?]
(continuing): "There is no place in this Republican party for such hawkers of hate, such purveyors of prejudice, such fabricators of fear, whether Communist, Ku Klux Klan or Bircher.
There is no place in this Republican party for those who would infiltrate its ranks, distort its aims, and convert it into a cloak of apparent respectability for a dangerous extremism.
And make no mistake about it - the hidden members of the John Birch Society and others like them are out to do just that!
These people have nothing in common with Republicanism.
These people have nothing in common with Americans.
The Republican party must repudiate these people.
I move the adoption of this resolution."
Image: 1/1/1964, Nelson Rockefeller campaigning for Republican nomination for President. When he failed to win the 1964 nomination, an enraged Rockefeller on national television said GOP was being taken over by "dangerous extremists".
Added: Even worse than Nelson, brother David Rockefeller:
Sept. 30, 2002, "To be a Rockefeller," Vanity Fair, David Rockefeller