Sunday, October 16, 2011
Nazi Party and Communist Party Support Occupy Wall Street
Nazi Party and Communist Party Support Occupy Wall Street
So does Obama. by Jim Hoft 10/15/2011
Wow! Just wow!
The American Nazi Party likes what it sees.
Today the American Nazi Party released a statement in support of Occupy Wall Street movement.
The foremost authority on National Socialism in America has this to say about “Occupy” [ANP leader Rocky Suhayda -ed.] : What is really MISSING – is the “MOVEMENT” from these popular protests – its time to pull WN heads out of their collective ass’s, and JOIN IN the attack on Judeo-Capitalism.
What do you suggest? That WN Working Class White people DEFEND the Judeo-Capitalists? IF the “movement” wasn’t so PATHETIC it would be OUT THERE – LEADING these protests! The fact that its these “lefties” as you call them, who are picking up the ball and running with it – only shows how much more in tune THEY are with the fed up masses of White Workers, than the fossilized, reactionary “right-wing”.
WHO holds the WEALTH and POWER in this country – the JUDEO-CAPITALISTS. WHO is therefore the #1 ENEMY who makes all this filth happen – the JUDEO-CAPITALISTS. WHO therefore do WN need to FIGHT? My heart is right there with these people, perhaps someday the “movement” will SHOW the same COURAGE and DEDICATION that these people OUT THERE FIGHTING are SHOWING! Sincerely, ROCKY SUHAYDA Hail Victory! 88!
Then there's this...
The Communist Party USA also supports the Obama-endorsed Occupy Wall Street Protests.
From the CPUSA website:
This is an exciting time! Thousands of mainly young people have been occupying Wall Street for three weeks already, and the “Occupy Movement” has spread to more than 200 other cities. On Oct. 6 the actions spread to our nation’s capital. The Communist Party USA (CPUSA) will hold a national teleconference to discuss it:
Arturo Cambron The Communist Party and the Occupy L.A. Movement Tuesday, October 11, 8 pm Eastern Teleconference number: 605-475-4850 (please note this is the corrected number. ignore previous.) Access code: 1053538#
Southern California Party leader Arturo Cambron will share how the CPUSA and Young Communist League (YCL) are working in “Occupy Los Angeles.” This movement, also known as the “99% movement,” is being hailed across the country.
Movements and organizations are reaching out in solidarity. The AFL-CIO is opening union halls and offering other material assistance. Ordinary people are donating food, money and materials.
In many areas, the “Occupy Movement” is linking up with the National American Wants to Work Week of Actions, Oct. 10-16. No doubt the “Arab Spring” demonstrations and those that exploded in Wisconsin, Ohio and elsewhere have inspired it. But underlying it all is the economic crisis, the massive unemployment and growing realization that nothing is getting better, and in fact we may be slipping into a “double dip” crisis.
The crushing student debt and the feeling of being locked out of society with no future compound this. The movement is the newest wrinkle in the all-people’s upsurge against the banks and corporations and reflects a new level of class-consciousness.
More here, with video...
THOUSANDS at Occupy Chicago Protest CHEER Communists
This is scary stuff. by Jim Hoft 10/16/2011
This is frightening.
THOUSANDS of Obama-endorsed "Occupy Chicago" protesters cheer open communists at their rally last night in downtown Chicago. Later on 175 of the Obama-endorsed protesters were arrested for trespassing.
Rebel Pundit has video and more on the Communist leader speaking last night at the rally.
So how does Obama tie into all of this mess? Well only that he's on the same page...
Obama Says MLK Jr. Would Have Supported Occupy Wall Street
By Helen Whalen Cohen
In a belated dedication speech for the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial today, President Obama suggested that the civil rights leader would have stood on the side of Occupy Wall Street:
"At this moment when our politics appear so sharply polarized and faith in our institutions so greatly diminished we need more than ever to take heed of Dr. King's teachings," the president said.
"If he were alive today, I believe he would remind us that the unemployed worker can rightly challenge the excesses of Wall Street without demonizing all who work there," he said, adding: "Aligning our reality with our ideals often requires the speaking of uncomfortable truths and the creative tension of non-violent protest."
I find that hard to believe. When Dr. King was organizing for social change, he certainly wouldn't have tolerated the type of behavior taking place in Zucotti Park. There was a particular goal, and everyone knew that they had to dress and act in a respectable manner in order to garner change. The King Center published the Six Steps of Non-Violent Social Change:
SIX STEPS OF NONVIOLENT SOCIAL CHANGE
A sequential process of nonviolent conflict-resolution and social change based on Dr. King’s teachings. The Six Steps of Nonviolence developed by The King Center include:
1.Information Gathering – The way you determine the facts, the optiosn for change, and the timing of pressure for raising the issue is a collective process.
2.Education – The process for developing articulate leaders, who are knowledgeable about the issues. It is directed toward the community through all forms of media about the real issues and human consequences of an unjust situation.
3.Personal Commitment – Means looking at your internal and external involvement in the nonviolent campaign and preparing yourself for long-term as well as short-term action.
4.Negotiation – Is the art of bringing together your views and those of your opponent to arrive at a just conclusion or clarify the unresolved issues, at which point, the conflict is formalized.
5.Direct Action – Occurs when negotiations have broken down or failed to produce a just response to the contested issues and conditions.
6.Reconciliation – Is the mandatory closing step of a campaign, when the opponents and proponents celebrate the victory and provide joint leadership to implement change.
Compare that to this:
Does anything here remind you of Dr. King's teachings? Didn't think so. Occupy Wall Street has nothing in common with the March on Washington.
To read more about the OWS protests, click here.
Posted by Brett at 10:49 PM