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Democrats Welcome Chairman Mao To America

Americans living outside the fevered bubble of urban elite opinion are shocked by the political violence being perpetrated by the Antifa Marxist – Anarchists in the streets of Berkeley, Philadelphia, Charlottesville and on college campuses around the country.

And they are stunned that Democratic political leaders and the elite media – such as NBC's Chuck Todd – not only excuse the violence, but actively support it as a justified response to “hate” being perpetrated by Burning Buddha statuesopponents in some ill-defined “Alt-Right.”

However, Americans shouldn’t be surprised by this nascent revolution, because what’s happening is straight out of the Communist revolutionary playbook perfected by Chinese Communist leader Mao Tse-tung during that country’s chaotic and disastrous “Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution.”

(This article is too brief to delve into all the details and motivations of the “Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution.” The Politics of the Chinese Cultural Revolution by Hong Yung Lee is a good starter text.)

During the Cultural Revolution, gangs of roving “students” and workers sacked institutions representative of the old imperial Chinese and bourgeoise western culture, tore down monuments, attacked and publicly humiliated university professors and political leaders who deviated in slightest detail from Chairman Mao’s thought and imposed a mob-ruled rigidity of thought on every strata of Chinese society, from senior leaders of the Communist Party, to village school teachers, to simple workers who fell afoul of the mob.

There were two responses to this mob-based thought control: One was to shout Mao’s thoughts at least as loud or louder than the mob, the other was to accept public humiliation, confess one’s failures and submit to the mob.

How this worked is well-explained by Chun Yu in her masterful book, Little Green, A Memoir of Growing Up During the Chinese Cultural Revolution:

There were two political groups in Mama’s school; the “rebels” who wanted to “down with” everything and the “emperor protectors” who wanted to “down with” only some things…

The head of the rebellion group was a young sports teacher. Born into a family of three generations of peasants, he proclaimed his roots were the most revolutionary of all. Mama told me that after the Cultural Revolution began, instead of teaching, this man held struggle meetings, calling teachers onto the stage and deciding their fate according to his wishes.

He also organized a propaganda team. With red bands on their arms they performed “loyalty dances” to Chairman Mao every day. They threw one arm up to Mao’s picture; with the other arm they held Mao’s Little Red Book pressed against their chests. I couldn’t help thinking that the head of the rebellious group looked like a puppet, not a man.

And so, we see at the end of May, Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington was forced to shut down for two days after a series of campus protests and disruptions, which included holding the college’s president hostage and threatening Biology professor Bret Weinstein, whose sin was to insist on fulfilling his obligation to teach his students.

“The protesters demanded that Professor Bret Weinstein resign over an email he sent questioning the decision to ask white people to leave campus for diversity programming, which he distinguished from a group voluntarily absenting itself.” The protesters turned so hostile that Professor Weinstein reported that the campus police had warned him that he would not be “safe on campus,” because they could not guard him: “To be clear: the police told me I am not safe on campus. They cannot protect me. Students in jeopardy. No contact from admin,” Weinstein wrote on Twitter, according to reporting by Tom Lindsay for

Why would the senior administration refuse to protect a teacher who was only trying to teach his class? This video from our friends at Campus Reform explains why. In it, one can see Evergreen President George Bridges’ office, encircled by several dozen protesters, who declared that they were establishing a “physical presence” outside Bridges’ office to guarantee that he and other senior staff “aren’t leaving.”

As reported by Lindsay, “Shortly thereafter, one demonstrator emerges from Bridges’ office and triumphantly informs her companions that Bridges ‘talked to the chief of police and he said police will not show up.’”

Lindsay goes on to report that Evergreen State announces in its official Mission Statement that “Evergreen supports and benefits from local and global commitment to social justice. . . .” With its announcement that liberal education at Evergreen takes its bearings from the requirements of “Social Justice,” the veil drops and the campus’s recent meltdown is seen for what it is: the putting into practice of what Evergreen proudly teaches, concluded Lindsay.

Lindsay then argues that academic Social Justice Warriors (SJWs) “see the job of the teacher to consist in laying bare the injustices perpetrated against oppressed minorities.” This arises out of the project called “consciousness raising,” the Marx-inspired term for liberating the oppressed from the “false consciousness” that blinds them to the reality of their (capitalist) oppression. The dynamic of class struggle, for SJWs, has driven all history: “The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles,” reads Marx’s opening sentence in his Communist Manifesto.

Looking forward, Lindsay asks the reader to consider these tactical instructions from Marx to Social Justice Warriors: “[T]here is only one way in which the murderous death agonies of the old society and the bloody birth throes of the new society can be shortened, simplified and concentrated, and that way is revolutionary terror.”

There should be no surprise about what’s going on in America’s streets and campuses; it is all being structured according to well-proven Marxist, Leninist, Maoist tactics.

And why not? The funders and shadowy leaders of Antifa, BLM and the rest of the Alt-Left are hardened and experienced Marxist and Anarchist revolutionaries – and they share funding from the same individuals, foundations and corporations that fund more mainstream Leftist and “progressive” causes and candidates.

Back in January of 2016 our friend James Simpson published an outstanding exposé of the connection between the Black Lives Matter (BLM) activists who provide the shock troops for this revolution and the longtime hard core Leftists who fund it and put it into motion.

In “Reds Exploiting Blacks: The Roots of Black Lives Matter” Simpson explains that:

BLM launched in 2013 with a Twitter hashtag, #BlackLivesMatter, after neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman was acquitted in the Trayvon Martin killing. Radical Left activists Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors and Opal Tometi claim credit for the slogan and hashtag. Following the Michael Brown shooting in August 2014, Dream Defenders, an organization led by Working Families Party (ACORN) activist and Occupy Wall Street anarchist Nelini Stamp, popularized the phrase “Hands Up–Don’t Shoot!” which has since become BLM’s widely recognized slogan.

Garza, Cullors and Tometi all work for front groups of the Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO), one of the four largest radical Left organizations in the country. The others are the Communist Party USA (CPUSA), Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), and the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism (CCDS). Nelini Stamp’s ACORN—now rebranded under a variety of different names—works with all four organizations, and Dream Defenders is backed by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), the ACLU, the Southern Poverty Law Center and others.

FRSO is a hereditary descendant of the New Communist Movement, which was inspired by Mao and the many communist revolutions throughout the world in the 1960s and 1970s. FRSO split into two separate groups in 1999, FRSO/Fight Back and FRSO/OSCL (Freedom Road Socialist Organization/Organizacion Socialista del Camino para la Libertad). Black Lives Matter and its founders are allied with the latter group.

Now, here’s what we see as the key point in Simpson’s article – following the money.

While Simpson’s extensive documentation is too long to include in its entirety we will pull one key element – the role of Nazi collaborator and hard-core Leftist billionaire George Soros.

Soros has put at least $12,460,121 into the Black Lives Matter movement and the shadowy radical Leftist network that funds it for one purpose and one purpose only – to destroy the “white” American core of capitalism, free markets, limited government and American traditional culture and values.

Please note that in this context “white” does not mean a person of the Caucasian race. “White” in radical construction means anyone of any race, creed, nationality, color, sex, or sexual preference who embraces these beliefs which to the radical Left are irredeemably evil and anyone who aligns with them is “white” in spirit and thus equally guilty of “white crimes.”

Thus, in this formulation a white man attacking a black man who supports President Trump makes perfect, if perverse, sense.

The Black Lives Matter movement carries this narrative to unprecedented heights, observes Simpson, claiming that only whites can be racists. And while justifying violence to achieve “social justice,” the movement’s goal is to overthrow our society to replace it with a Marxist one.

Republicans and conservatives must force themselves to recognize that the riots in Philadelphia, Charlottesville and Berkeley were just the probing movements of a coming hardcore Leftist revolution that intends through violence and intimidation to hijack the American political process, thwart the will of the American people and keep in place the policies of Barack Obama to fundamentally transform America.

The only way to stop this revolution is for Republicans and conservatives to stand together strongly and immediately for law and order and to campaign on maintaining it in the face of the provocations we can be certain are coming.

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