By David Kupelian
Whistleblower Magazine – September 2017
Why Marxism in America, though ubiquitous and destructive, goes largely unrecognized
While President Trump was being demonized for acknowledging the obvious – that in Charlottesville there were two evil sides, the violent neo-Nazis and the violent communists – most journalists and politicians, including prominent Republicans, tried to outdo each other in condemning the violent neo-Nazis while excusing or actually praising the violent communists.
It wasn’t until two weeks later, when the same communist “antifa” group viciously attacked peaceful protesters at a “No to Marxism in America” rally in Berkeley – beating those they deemed “white supremacists” and “Nazis” with sticks and shields ironically emblazoned with the phrase “No Hate” – that a few politicians finally dared to condemn the wildly violent masked group.
Why the glaring double standard? Why does it come so easy to most Americans to condemn hateful and violent neo-Nazis, but not equally hateful and violent communists, whose malevolent ideology is responsible for far more deaths? In fact, why is it that, with a virulent and totalitarian form of Marxism spreading not just in America’s universities, but throughout the country as a whole – scarcely a word is breathed about it by the media?
The answers to these and many other critical questions are found in the electrifying September issue of Whistleblower magazine, titled “THE REVOLUTION: Why Marxism in America, though ubiquitous and destructive, goes largely unrecognized.”
While Whistleblower chronicles the new and exotic forms of Marxism in America and shows their rotten communist roots, some glaring examples from America’s recent history demonstrate that the elite establishment couldn’t care less about communism.
For instance: Even though Chinese communist leader Mao Zedong killed a staggering 45 million peasants during his famed “Great Leap Forward,” making him hands-down the biggest mass murderer in world history, President Barack Obama’s White House communications director, Anita Dunn, publicly bragged that Mao was one of her “favorite political philosophers.” How could that be?
Likewise, Obama’s friend and colleague, William Ayers, who helped Obama launch his political career and guided him in writing his famed autobiography “Dreams From My Father,” is a self-described “small-c communist” who founded the Weather Underground communist domestic terror group.
During the ’60s and ’70s, Ayers’ organization declared war on the U.S. government, caused wanton death and destruction, and bombed banks and U.S. government buildings, including the U.S. Capitol, State Department and Pentagon. Notorious for saying “Kill all the rich people. … Bring the revolution home. Kill your parents,” Ayers reaffirmed his enduring hatred for America as recently as 2001, when he said: “What a country. It makes me want to puke.”
Yet today, Ayers exerts a huge influence on America’s education system, having trained hundreds of teachers. In March 2008, he was elected vice president for curriculum studies at the American Educational Research Association, giving him tremendous clout over what is taught in America’s teacher-training colleges as well as to Americans’ children in public schools.
Ayers is not alone. Legions of self-proclaimed communist radicals who once labored to subvert America’s Constitution, overturn her government and establish a totalitarian system – including Ayers’ wife, Weather Underground co-founder Bernardine Dohrn, who once graced the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted List – are now glorified as tenured professors and thus exert enormous influence on the minds and souls of America’s next generation.
How is this possible?
The website of the Communist Party USA, CPUSA.org, which came into existence as a Moscow-directed-and-funded U.S.-based Communist Party, is today almost indistinguishable from the Democratic Party in its concerns, sensibilities and solutions to America’s societal and economic problems.
But nobody seems to notice or care. Why?
“THE REVOLUTION” goes to the beating heart of the problem. It reveals what has really been happening to America, and where the solution lies.
As a very special feature, the article by Dr. Paul Kengor, titled “The Marxist roots of the ‘safe spaces’ movement,” documents journalistically for the very first time the overwhelming communist/Marxist origins of the “safe spaces” movement now sweeping America’s college campuses.
And it provides a fascinating guided tour of the shockingly perverse thinkers, authors, teachers and “experts” who birthed what can fairly be called the madness that dominates American higher education – and increasingly, our entire society.
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