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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Obama On Wealth Redistribution

If you have any remaining doubts that Barack Obama is a socialist, check out this stunning audio from 2001.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kia ora Trev

Hey where do you live? Rangiora? Hello? Where do the National Front live bro? And who has threatend Obama? Same!!!

Huana

P.S. Shut up Mah

9:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trevor, Do you have anything to add to this? Any Klonskey, Obama sightings?

The Communist Party (Marxist-Leninist) was a Maoist political party in the United States. Its predecessor organization, the October League, was founded in 1971 by several local groups, many of which had grown out of the radical student organization Students for a Democratic Society when SDS split apart in 1969. Michael Klonsky, who had been a national leader in SDS in the late 1960s, was the main leader of the CP(M-L).

The October League came out of the Revolutionary Youth Movement II grouping in the SDS split. In 1977, the October League transformed itself from an organization into a party, declaring itself the vanguard party of the U.S. proletariat. This is when it changed its name to the Communist Party (Marxist-Leninist). The CP(M-L) had a very multi-racial membership compared to other organizations that were part of the New Communist Movement of the 1970s. Longtime Black communist Harry Haywood became a CP(M-L) member near the end of his life, and the CP(M-L)'s press, Liberator Press, published Haywood's book Black Bolshevik: Autobiography of an Afro-American Communist in 1978.

After the death of Communist Party of China leader Mao Zedong in 1976, the CP(M-L) became the main U.S. group that the post-Mao Chinese leadership recognized as a U.S. fraternal party. As the Communist Party of China moved away from Maoism, this moved the CP(M-L) away from other Maoist groups, who opposed the post-Mao Chinese leaders. The CP(M-L) published a theoretical journal called Class Struggle and a newspaper named The Call before disbanding in 1981 soon after Klonsky resigned from the leadership and amidst the beginnings of soon to be massive free-market reforms in China.

12:30 AM  
Blogger Trevor Loudon said...

Check out my obama file 32 0r 33Toxic Trio-Its on Ayers, klonsky Davidson

11:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you have any proof that Trev has any links to the National front, then put them up.

Otherwise take your own advice and shut up Huana.

EXOCET

12:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trevor Loudon has Kyle Chapman listed as a friend on his bebo page. Its on Bebo so it must be true.
see here

9:51 PM  

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