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No longer merely on the way, the Revolution is here


By —— Bio and Archives--December 31, 2014

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The intent of Obama’s Fundamental Transformation of America and those of the Revolutionary Communist Party USA are one and the same.  Both foment for the kind of revolution that will take down America and toss it into the dust bin of history.

It’s a union made in Hell and, incredibly, the melding of this deadly duo is the quintessential spittle-flecked nutty of which most Americans and their Western allies are not even aware.

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So convinced of the soon-to-come success of their joint venture, Fundamental Transformation of America chief architect Barack Obama and ‘We-can’t-breathe’ Chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party USA, Bob Avakian, prime organizer of the current, increasingly violent anti-cop street protests,  run their underground missions far away from home base.

Obama, who conducts his mission from golf courses and lush vacation spots, uses the White House as an occasional stopover.  With too few public appearances on U.S. soil to count over the last 40 years, Avakian runs his anti-cop street protests from the safety of France, the country he ran to after assaulting a police officer in 1979.

For reasons not known, charges against Avakian for police assault were eventually dropped.  But some 35 years later, he’s chief organizer of anti-cop protests in Ferguson, MO, New York City and elsewhere—which promise more police killings on New Year’s Eve.

All of this gets by with scant attention from the mainstream media, including the mighty Fox News.

Under the cover of underground status, the revolution, now peaking in December 20, 2014, double cop killings, rolls on.

In essence, Avakian’s radical Students for a Democratic Society Movement paved the way for Obama’s Fundamental Transformation of America.  Avakian and Obama are the Frick & Frack Artful Dodgers of today’s escalating Revolution Movement.

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You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows was the title of a position paper they distributed at an SDS convention in Chicago on June 18, 1969.  This founding document called for a “white fighting force” to be allied with the “Black Liberation Movement” and other radical movements to achieve “the destruction of US imperialism and achieve a classless world”: world communism.” (Canada Free Press, Jan. 9, 2014)

Public memory is short and we all tend to conveniently park communists in the cobwebbed past, moth-balling the inherent dangers of their latter-day activity in file boxes no one wants to open for fear of accusations of red baiting.

But the same radicals who have nourished dreams for revolution for the past half century are the chief organizers of the looting and burning taking place today on the streets of American cities.

People came out en masse—“creating lines that wrapped around the three corners of the Riverside Church in Manhattan, on a clear and crisp Saturday, November 15, 2014, “for a talk punctuated by events in Ferguson. (What’sTHE411.com, Nov. 18, 2014)

‘What If Being Black No Longer Meant Living in a White Supremacist World?’ “That’s one of many questions posed during what was billed as “A historic dialogue between the Revolutionary Christian Cornel West and the Revolutionary Communist Leader Bob Avakian.”

A full page ad in the New York Times, at an estimated cost of $70,000,  preceded the well-attended event.

Difficult to stop a bobbing-in-and-out-of-public-glare activist like Bob Avakian who long ago took shelter in the underground.

Even more complex surviving a president who remains stonily silent even when the racial unrest in 2014 leads to police killings.

“As a young man he (Avakian) became involved with the Students for a Democratic Society at Berkeley, the Free Speech Movement and the Black Panther Party. In 1968 he wrote articles for the Peace and Freedom Party‘s publications[5] and in July 1969 he attended the Black Panther conference held in Oakland, California. By the time that SDS split into three factions in the summer of 1969, Avakian was a leading member of the Revolutionary Youth Movement II faction, and was their candidate for National Secretary. Although defeated for the top position by Mark Rudd of the faction soon known as Weatherman, Avakian was elected to the National Interim Committee. [7] During that period, Avakian was a leading member of the Bay Area Revolutionary Union.[8](Wikipedia)

“In the early 1970s he served time in jail for “desecrating the American flag” during a demonstration. Avakian was charged with assaulting a police officer in January 1979 at a demonstration held in Washington DC to protest Deng Xiaoping’s meeting with Jimmy Carter. After receiving an arrest warrant, Avakian “jumped bail” and fled to France. In 1980, he gave a speech to 200 protestors in downtown Oakland[11] and his police assault charges were dropped a few years later.

He went on a speaking tour in 2000 and in 2005 published an autobiography called From Ike to Mao and Beyond: My Journey from Mainstream America to Revolutionary Communist.

“Avakian has been the Revolutionary Communist Party’s central committee chairman and national leader since 1979.

The mainstream media still avoid Barack Hussein Obama’s provable ties to Marxism:

“In fact, empirical proof that Obama is a socialist/marxist exists in the plain English, gloating of the Progressive Populist magazine of November 1996: (Canada Free Press, Feb 5, 2014)

“New Party members and supported candidates won 16 of 23 races, including an at-large race for the Little Rock, Ark. City Council, a seat on the country board for Little Rock and the school board for Prince George’s County, Md.  Chicago is sending the first New Party Member to Congress, as Danny Davis, who ran as Democrat, won an overwhelming 85% victory.  New Party member Barack Obama was uncontested for a State Senate seat from Chicago.”

This is what The Democratic Socialist Party of America published in their July/August edition of New Ground 47 Newsletter:

“The Chicago New Party is increasingly becoming a viable political organization that can make a different (sic) in Chicago politics.  It is crucial for a political organization to have a solid infrastructure and visible results in its political program.  The New Party has continued to solidify this base…

“The NP’s ‘96 Political Program has been enormously successful with 3 of 4 endorsed candidates winning electoral primaries.  All four candidates attended the NP membership meeting on April 11th to express their gratitude.  Danny Davis, winner in the 7th Congressional District, invited NPers to join the Campaign Steering Committee.  Patricia Martin who won the race for Judge in the 7th Sub-circuit Court, explained that due to the NP she was able to network and get experienced advice from progressives like Davis.  Barack Obama, victor in the 13th State Senate District, encouraged NPers to join in his task force on Voter and Education and Voter Registration.”

“In other words, Obama’s well-touted 2008 presidential platform of Hope & Change is not even his own.  Change is what Socialists wanted for America for decades and change is what the Socialists got on November 4, 2008.

“Obama is the programmed robot of the global elite, working to usher in what some call a pre-orchestrated financially challenged world, the United Socialist States of America.”

(Canada Free Press, Oct. 18, 2008).

“Interesting to note that all three candidates pushed by the Socialist New Party back in 1996 are still in public office today.  Davis is still US representative for the Illinois 7th Congressional District.  Martin is still Judge of the Cook County 7th Sub-circuit in Illinois.

“Barack Obama’s first public speech was at an Occidental College event sponsored by the Students for Economic Democracy a branch of the Campaign for Economic Democracy [CED]. Far Left radical Tom Hayden who met with Marxist officials several times during his antiwar career chaired this fringe group in the late 70’s and early ‘80’s. Several of the CED principal activists were also veterans of the Hayden-campaign and of the very radical group, Students for a Democratic Society. (Gateway Pundit, June 30, 2013)

“Hayden was an important anti-American figure in the Students for a Democratic-Society a militantly leftist organization. 60’s radical Tom Hayden played a pivotal role both as founder and as principal author of this student group’s basic manifesto, the “Port Huron Statement.” This document condemned the American political system as the cause of international conflict and a variety of social ills—including racism, materialism, militarism, and poverty.

“Barack Obama does not include his time at Occidental College on his resume but old friends and former teachers remember his role in protesting college investments in firms doing business in South Africa during the apartheid era.

“Tom Hayden wrote this on Barack Obama at the far left Common Dreams website recently:

I didn’t see him coming. When I heard of the young state senator with a background in community organizing who wanted to be president, I was at least sentient enough to be interested. When I read Dreams of My Father, I was taken aback by its depth. This young man apparently gave his first public speech, against South African apartheid, at an Occidental College rally organized by Students for Economic Democracy, the student branch of the Campaign for Economic Democracy [CED] which I chaired in 1979-82. The buds of curiosity quickened. Soon I was receiving emails from David Peck, an organizer of the Occidental rally, who now is coordinating Americans in Spain for Barack Obama.

“In 1969 Hayden’s students for democracy group began imploding into factions. One of them, a group calling itself Weatherman, was elected to SDS leadership and proclaimed that the time had come to launch a race war on behalf of the Third World and against the United States. The Weatherman declared “war on AmeriKKKa” at its Flint War Council in 1969.

“The new entity dissolved Hayden’s Students for a Democratic Society and formed a terrorist cult in its place, which was given the name Weather Underground.

The Weather Underground is back in the Revolutionary Communist Party USA, who vow to be out on the streets on New Year’s Eve to “rock in the New Year with resistance to police murder!”

“On New Year’s Eve, as the clock winds down on 2014, the powers that be will hope to be ringing in a new year that carries forward business as usual. That must not be allowed to go down because business as usual in Amerikkka includes wanton police murder of Black people. The refusal of grand juries in Ferguson and Staten Island to indict the cops who murdered Michael Brown and Eric Garner made this clear. So the powerful, beautiful and necessary outpourings that have disrupted this society’s normal routine must continue and escalate on New Year’s Eve and into the New Year.” (revcom.usa)

“If you think that police murder must STOP, be out in the streets with that message on New Year’s Eve. Say in a loud, clear voice—NO NEW YEAR UNDER THIS OLD SYSTEM! And—WE CAN’T BREATHE! Bring your whistles and blow them loudly. Bring your signs and banners.”

From the Examiner:

“In just one 24-hour period, Twitchy reported late Monday, police officers in three cities were the targets of assassination attempts in what appears to be a racially-motivated “war on cops.” While the murder of Rafael Ramos and fellow NYPD officer Wenjian Liu dominated the news, Twitchy said attempts to kill officers in Tampa, Los Angeles and Durham, North Carolina, “have managed to fly under the media radar.”

“According to CNN, three shots were fired at two deputies with the Pasco County, Florida, Sheriff’s Office. Like Ramos and Liu, the deputies were in their patrol cars at the time.

“Both deputies reported hearing the whizzing sound of each projectile as they flew by,” the sheriff’s department said in a statement. “Deputies did not see the suspect or the vehicle from which the shots were fired.” A $3,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons who fired at the deputies.

“Police in Los Angeles arrested one suspect after being fired upon, CNN said in another report. Officers recovered two weapons, including a rifle, and are on the lookout for another suspect who got away. The LAPD issued a city-wide tactical alert, ABC7 added.

“ABC11 in Raleigh, North Carolina, said a gunman identified as a black male allegedly shot the sliding glass door of an officer’s apartment. No one was injured, ABC11 said, but the officer caught a glimpse of the alleged gunman.

“Last Thursday, another Durham policeman was the target of what appeared to be an assassination attempt. According to reports, Officer J.T. West was working on a report while sitting in his patrol car. He spotted two men approaching his vehicle from the back and got out to speak to them. One man drew a gun and fired six shots, striking West’s car once. West fired two shots in return and injured his wrist when he dove behind a staircase. No words were exchanged between West and the two men.

“Threats have also surfaced in cities like Rogers, Arkansas, where graffiti discovered on the bathroom wall of a convenience store warned that a police officer would be killed on New Year’s Eve. “A cop will be killed New Year’s night in Rogers, AR 12-31-14,” the message said. Below that threat was found, “MS-13.” It wasn’t the only threat warning that police would be targeted for murder on New Year’s Eve, Jim Hoft said at the Gateway Pundit.

Meanwhile, Godspeed to Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, who placed the blame for the growing hatred for police at the feet of Barack Obama, Eric Holder, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and others like MSNBC host Al Sharpton who in a tweet called the “anarchist assault” on police officers “a war by socialists on our democracy” and promised to make Obama, Holder and others “own this”.


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