The Obama campaign apparently didn’t look backwards into history when selecting its new campaign slogan, “Forward” — a word with a long and rich association with European Marxism. Full Report →
The popular uprisings across no less than 82 countries worldwide this past weekend offer no evidence to the mainstream instruction that this global movement is grassroots, spontaneous and unorganized by any larger cause. This protest movement has latched onto generally agreeable sentiments against the financial syndicate along with several other large generalizations that intentionally illicit support from most people who go no further than the surface of these pros. These seemingly vague grievances which cleverly resonate with a large swatch of public opinion include: general mistrust and with the banking sector, frustration with the economy, frustration with unemployment all of which overshadow the unreported realities if your watching mainstream media.
Scratching the surface of these protests reveal several facts that you wont see on cable news:
1. These are well organized with big money and big influence quickly getting behind the movement.
a. Successful organization of global protests, riots and civil unrest
b. Reuters earlier this week reported possible financial links to billionaire philanthropist and king maker George Soros.
c. Since last Monday, we’ve seen President Obama along with members of congress, Hollywood, the Ayatollah Kahmenei of Iran, and even government officials of China and Russia have voiced support for the “revolution”.
2. These global protest movements have garnered support from various trade unions, labor unions and a slew of other big liberal think tanks including big NGO’s such as the Tides Foundation.
3. Rampant antisemitism has been reported
5. Most importantly, all members of these protests whether they be college dropouts, the unemployed, communist/socialist/marxist agitators, anarchists, hippies and even the sporadic sane individuals are merely useful idiots to the propelling winds behind them. These winds seek to collapse not only America but the world in order to fulfill their own agenda.
Below is an essay discussing the nineteenth century birth of marxism and brief analysis of its progression into present day unrest. Note, this was written nearly six months prior to the beginnings of Occupy Wall Street.
April 8, 2011
The Proletariat is Knocking
Seldom has such a profound fabrication been given so much credence as to shape and develop the minds and actions of men a world over. For as long as society has breathed there has existed a long history of class struggles. Ancient times along into the Middle Ages encompassed progressions of societal architecture of which Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx saw as stepping stones to their ideal utopian society. At the time of its writing, the co-penned Manifesto of the Communist Party, better known as the Communist Manifesto, was sponsored in effort to quell growing capitalism in Europe and across the globe. Despite the failure of revolution in 1848, the struggle for violent revolution continues into the modern era with these teachings of which credit is mostly given to Karl Marx. This modern plight for global revolution not only continues but is embraced by those of many different ideologies with varied objectives.
There has been much speculation over who is financing the disparate protest, which has spread to cities across America and lasted nearly four weeks. One name that keeps coming up is investor George Soros, who in September debuted in the top 10 list of wealthiest Americans. Conservative critics contend the movement is a Trojan horse for a secret Soros agenda.