World Anti-Communist League

The World Anti-Communist League (WACL) or World League for Freedom and Democracy is a group founded in 1966, by CIA agent John Singlaub, as a branch of the Right Wing Church. It was closely associated with anti-semitic nazi organizations, Order of Malta, American Security Council, the John Birch Society, the Korean Unification Church and Asian drug trade of the jesuits and S&B.

It had its origins in the Asian People's Anti-Communist League (APACL, founded in 1954) of Chiang Kai-shek and the Anti-Bolshewik Bloc of Nations (ABN) of Alfred Rosenberg (Thule Society) and Ukrainian nationalist Yaroslav Stetsko. The same year jesuit trained Tongsun Park (International Youth Federation for Freedom with Douglas Caddy of YAF) founded the Georgetown Club in Washington. Also in 1966 the CIA founded marxist organisation Black Panther Party.

The first General Conference of the WACL was held in Taipei, ROC, on 9/25/1967. Phan Huy Quat, former Prime Minister of Vietnam, was the chairman of the 2nd conference in Saigon Vietnam.

It was supported by general Douglas MacArthur.

In 1968 during Operation Condor the CIA installed fascist dictators in South America. In the 80's the leaders of the Contra's of Nicaragua (jesuit Fernando Cardenal) worked with the WACL. The Royal Family of Saudi Arabia also worked with the WACL.

In 1994 jesuits Edwin Feulner, Lev Dobriansky and Lee Edwards founded the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation. It gave its Truman-Reagan Medal of Freedom to pope John Paul II, William F Buckley Jr, Richard Pipes (CIA, advisor to Henry Jackson, Committee on the Present Danger).


- Alfredo Stroessner (dictator of Paraguay)
- Ante Pavelic (Independent State of Croatia during WW2)
- Bernal Urbina Pinto (resistance Costa Rica)
- Chiang Kai-Shek
- Dsmitryj Kasmowitsch (nazi from Belarus)
- Ferdinand Marcos (president of the Philippines)
- Holden Roberto (Angola)
- Hugo Banser (dictator of Bolivia, cocain trade)
- John McCain (US Senator, CFR, presidential election ritual with Barack Obama, Robert McFarlane of Iran-Contra affair as advisor)
- John Singlaub (CIA, US Council for World Freedom, Victims of Communism, Western Goals Foundation with Roy Cohn)
- Jorge Prieto Laurens (activist Mexico)
- Jorge Rafael Videla (military dictator of Argentina)
- Jose Figueres Ferrer (president Costa Rica)
- Juanita Castro (sister of jesuit Fidel Castro, CIA)
- Mario Sandoval Alarcon (terror group Mano Blanca)
- Nguyen Van Thieu (president of South Vietnam)
- Oliver North (National Security Council, Iran-Contra affair)
- Otto Skorzeny (Order of Malta, Operation Oak rescue of Benito Mussolini, organization of Reinhardt Gehlen, nazi rat lines of Die Spinne, advisor to Juan Peron in Argentina)

- Raimundo Guerrero (extreme right group Los Tecos of Mexico)
- Ray Cline (CIA analyst during Cuban Missile Crisis, Committee for the Free World, successor of the CFF, Committee on the Present Danger)
- Roberto d'Aubusson (death squads El Salvador)
- Roger Pearson (Order of Malta, eugenics, founded the Northern League in 1958 with Peter Huxley-Blythe, chairman of the WACL since 1978, funded by Pioneer Fund)
- Sun Myung Moon (Unification Church)
- Suzanne Labin (French socialist)
- Tanom Kittikachon (pm of Thailand)
- Willis Carto (Liberty Lobby, John Birch Society, antisemitism and Holocaust denial, National Youth Alliance with Francis Parker Yockey, Populist Party with antisemite David Duke of KKK, worked with Roger Pearson)
- Yaroslav Stetsko (ABN of Alfred Rosenberg, Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, Eisenhower's Committee Captive Nations with Lev Dobrianski, who founded Victims of Communism)
- Yoshio Kodoma (Yakuza crime lord in Japan)

Unification Church

the Right Wing Church

Order of Malta