Chicago Communists Come Home to Roost

Sometimes, and more often than not, the real news gets buried in the heaps of masquerading propaganda captured in mainstream media front page headlines.

More than 300 followers came to celebrate the party’s 95th anniversary at the University of Illinois in Chicago for a convention which featured three days of speeches, panel discussions and workshops.  One session was devoted to catching up with the online era. Unheralded anywhere but on the front page of the Chicago Tribune, the Communist Party USA returned last Friday to Chicago, the city of its cesspool birth.

Watch for the debut of the now elderly children of the original Red Diaper babies on Twitter and Facebook.

“A cheerleader for the Russian Revolution in the early 20th century and a leader in the labor movement during the Depression; hounded during the McCarthy era and orphaned after the fall of the Soviet Union, the Communist Party USA on Friday returned to Chicago, the city of its birth.” (Chicago Tribune, June 14, 2014)

With generations of most school children graduating from public schools that teach tolerance for Communism, and feverishly caught up in the masquerade of hypocritical “Social Justice”,  its members no longer have to hide in union halls and dank church basements. Red Diaper zealots in the Communist Party no longer have to worry about “hounding during the McCarthy era” or being “orphaned” after the well-touted fall of the Soviet Union, now Communist Russia.

“Communists, like other radicals, traditionally recruit by hawking the party’s paper on street corners. But financial constraints have forced the People’s World to abandon its print edition. So one question up for discussion is how can put the party in touch with low-paid workers, environmentalists and advocates for social justice?” (Chicago Tribune)

Who needs the print edition with online?

There are no longer any President Ronald Reagans, British Prime Minister Maggie Thatchers or Pope John Paul IIs to ring loud warning bells about Communism or its ugly, soul-killing step sister, Socialism/Marxism.

Nowadays it’s activist priests like Tim Yeager, claiming that Jesus Christ was a Marxist.  Yeager juggles three roles: United Auto Workers union organizer, Communist official and Episcopal priest.

“Raised a Christian, he drifted away from the church, which seemed too worldly. Instead, he became a communist through opposition to the Vietnam War. He was ordained a couple of years ago. “I realized that Jesus preached the same values as communism does — equality and social justice,” said Yeager, senior priest at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church on the West Side. (Chicago Tribune).

“Friday morning, Yeager led a bus tour of some party history. The first stop was at the Haymarket statue on Desplaines Street just north of Randolph Street, where in 1886 a bomb thrown during a labor rally killed seven police officers and at least one civilian.

“Known radicals, some not even present at the rally, were rounded up, speedily convicted and hanged. Several were buried at Waldheim Cemetery in Forest Park, making it a pilgrimage site for labor activists and the second stop on Friday’s tour.”

20-20 hindsight shows that even as Reagan was uttering his iconic” “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall,” Barack Obama was being Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn groomed as the Marxist who would one day take over the White House.

“The long road to Barack Hussein Obama’s presidency was laid back in 1975.  With infinite patience, it was laid step by step by radicals working from the inside, in a strategy that promised its adherents in writing, “The certainty that we will see revolution in our lifetime.” (Canada Free Press, Nov. 2, 2008)

“The Revolution begins November 4, 2008 without a single shot being fired,’ CFP warned.

“More than to anyone else, the long road to turn the Land of the Free and Home of the Brave over to Socialism/Marxism belongs to the twisted-with-hatred-for-America William Ayers and his just as radical wife, Bernadine Dohrn.

“This is a couple who wear rings made from the metal of downed American aircraft, given to them by the Communist North Vietnamese at a gathering in Toronto.

“Metaphorically speaking,  Barack Hussein Obama wears his biggest ring around his neck.

“Proud of his ring, Ayers recalled being so moved by the gesture of getting it, that he left the room to cry, saying, “I realized…America was an evil…and that I was…living inside the belly of the beast.

“Rather than shipping out to Vietnam or Cuba, the countries of which he is most proud, Ayers remains living the good life in “the belly of the beast” to the present day. 

“Mysteriously enough, nothing stuck to Obama during the Election ’08 campaign—not the bevy of sealed records telling the true story of his past, not the alarming association he has with a list of unsavoury characters as long as one of Honest Abe’s arms.

“With a fate which the mainstream media claim is as inevitable as the rising of the sun, Obama, who collected millions of dollars from nefarious sources, is headed toward Election Day with ironclad rock star icon status.

“Obama and Ayers worked in tandem on public education. When Ayers made his Sept. 11, 2001 comments to the New York Times “I don’t regret setting bombs.  I feel we didn’t do enough,” Obama was not a child but a 38-year-old man.

“Proof of the takeover of America by stealth socialism was always there, and freedom lovers everywhere owe for revealing it.

“Obama’s Election ’08 logo and the logo of Osawatomie, the newspaper of the Weather Underground, are one and the same.

“Confronted, they would laugh it off as coincidence and conspiracy theory, and generations of graduates from the public school system, would counter a unified:  “So what!”

“Zomblog has obtained an extremely rare copy of the first issue of Osawatomie, a newspaper published by the Weather Underground in 1975.  Noteworthy passages are reproduced below, along with exact transcripts.

“Much of Osawatomie, which was written at a time when the Ayers-Dohrn wing of the Weather Underground was transitioning from terrorism to “working from the inside” for revolution, concerns itself with the need to encourage “organizers” who will work in “communities” and use “audacity” to bring about “socialism” in America:

See the excerpts here:

The words of the Beatles song, “Revolution” reproduced in CFP’s Sunday, November 2, 2008 piece never changed.  And neither did Obama. 
Meanwhile, it should surprise no one that when the Communist chickens came home to roost, they did it in Chicago last weekend.



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