Who is he: Dennis Laurence Cuddy is an historian and political analyst who has written and edited 28 books, many booklets and hundreds of articles printed in the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post and USA Today. He has been a guest on both radio talk shows and on national television within the United States.
Some of Dr. Cuddy's books include The Road to Socialism and the New World Order, Secret Records Revealed: The Men, the Money and the Methods Behind the New World Order, New World Order: The Rise of Techno-Feudalism, Education, Mental Health and Social Control and The Globalists.
Among Dr. Cuddy's articles can be found the primary theme of most of his works, which is his concern for and devotion to the welfare of the people of the world and their future. He delves into topics such as mental health screenings for all of the world's citizens and expresses a deep-level fear of government-based categorization of people and where all of these results could eventually lead. He believes that the "power elite" will control most aspects of people's lives if socialism is not thwarted. This he says will be done through education and a degree of educated brainwashing, where truth is often buried in the niceties expressed in definitions, relationships and general living. Further, he believes that the raising of children is moving away from families into the realm of institutionalized educational facilities, from nursery school through the halls of higher learning. Some socialists have seen the family setting as a barbaric way to raise children.
Socialism imposes greater and greater regulation on people and the government gradually slips into controlling all facets of life. In his article "The Dark Roots of Eugenics," posted on June 29th 2009, Dr. Cuddy observes the beginnings of eugenic thinking, while citing the words of Darwin and his theory of natural selection, as well as Woodrow Wilson's concepts on sterilization and Theodore Roosevelt's belief in the necessity of improving "racial qualities." These men were all eugenics enthusiasts. In the same article, Cuddy presents an eerie smattering of Margaret Sanger's evil thoughts: Women can be forced into abortions whether or not they want one, people can be involuntarily sterilized by means of the drinking water and/or food and, "A transnational 'Planetary Regime' should...dictate the most intimate details of Americans' lives...using an armed international police force." Hillary Clinton is an avid proponent of Margaret Sanger.
In Margaret Sanger's 1921 edition of Birth Control Review the primary heading was "Birth Control: To Create A Race of Thoroughbreds." John D. Rockefeller introduced Sanger to people who could help her form and fund the Birth Control League, which later became Planned Parenthood, an organization that still exists today in the United States.
Dennis L. Cuddy's efforts are a valiant attempt at exposure of a cult that has existed for over 100 years. It has gradually woven its way through each and every dimension of society, with society being comprised of the many lives of "We The People."
Background: Dennis Laurence Cuddy studied at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, receiving his Ph.D. in History and Political Science. He went on to teach on the university level and has been a political and economic risk analyst for a consulting firm. He also has been a senior associate with the United States Department of Education, and has testified before Congress.