Is Barack Obama a communist? I don’t know. But here are six things I do know.

1) The Obama administration spent $1.6 million to restore graffiti that glorified communist murderers Che Guevara and Fidel Castro.

2) During Hispanic Heritage Month, the Obama administration’s Environmental Protection Agency honored communist mass murderer Che Guevara when it emailed the following picture to its employees:




3) Obama nominated Van Jones, a self described communist, to be his green czar.

4) Anita Dunn, Obama’s White House Communications Director, said that one of her favorite political philosophers was Mao Tse-tung, the Chinese communist dictator who murdered tens of millions of innocent civilians.

5) President Obama gave Dolores Huerta the Medal of Freedom, the highest honor that can be given to a civilian. Huerta has praised Hugo Chavez, the Venezuelan communist dictator who had repeatedly used the military  to seize food from private owners. Chavez also had butchers arrested, held at a military base, and strip searched for running out of beef. In addition, he shut down a TV station that criticized him. Chavez placed a “luxury tax” on toilet paper. After Chavez seized farmland from farmers, Chavez stated, “The land is not private. It is the property of the state.” Chavez has seized many supermarkets from their owners, and under government ownership, the shelves in these supermarkets are often empty. Chavez’s mismanagement of the nationalized oil industry is so severe that the country has actually had to import gasoline, despite having some of the hugest oil reserves in the world. Chavez’s takeovers have also caused severe damage to the steel industry, the cement industry, the construction industry, the telephone industry, and the electric industry. He has also caused a brain drain, with many of the most intelligent and well educated people fleeing the country.

Meanwhile, Lech Walesa was a major participant in the defeat of communism in Eastern Europe. National Review wrote:

Lech Walesa was once a trade-union activist. He was often arrested for speaking his mind against Communist oppression behind the Iron Curtain in Poland and for defying the Soviet Union. He was an electrician who, with no higher education, led one of the most profound freedom movements of the 20th century — Solidarity. He became president of Poland and swept in reforms, pushing the Soviet Union out of his homeland and moving the country toward a free-market economy and individual liberty.

But President Obama wouldn’t even let Walesa in the White House.

Obama gave the highest civilian award to someone who wants the U.S. to copy the policies of communist dictator Hugo Chavez. And at the same time, Obama refused to let an anti-communist hero into the White House.

6) Obama held a fundraiser in the living room of terrorist bomber and communist Bill Ayers.

In 1969, a guy named Bill Ayers co-founded a terrorist organization called Weather Underground, whose founding document called for “world communism.”

In 1969, Ayers set off a bomb in Chicago at a statue that was dedicated to the city’s police. At the time of the explosion, no one was close enough to the statue to be killed. However, the explosion was so powerful that it broke almost 100 windows.

On March 6, 1970, three members of Weather Underground, including Diana Oughton (Ayers’s girlfriend) and Terry Robbins (Ayers’s close friend), were killed when they accidentally, prematurely set off a bomb which they were in the process of building, in their townhouse in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City. The explosion was so powerful that it destroyed the entire four-story townhouse.

In 1970, Ayers bombed the headquarters of the New York City Police Department.

In 1971, Ayers bombed the United States Capitol building.

In 1972, Ayers bombed the Pentagon.

Although charges were filed against Ayers for these bombings, the charges were later dropped because law enforcement agents had conducted wiretaps and property searches without warrants.

In 1995, when Obama was running for state senator in Illinois, Obama held a fundraiser in the living room of Bill Ayers’s home.

 

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April 13, 2015. Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Barack Obama, Communism, Politics.

8 Comments

  1. BGills replied:

    Obama has undeniably embarked on a campaign aimed at, not just blurring, but erasing, any, and all lines that might distinguish Socialism from Democracy. In his mind they are now simply one, and the same. He has managed to convince the ‘sheeple’ who once understood the dangers of Socialism, to now demonize Conservatism, much as Socialism/Communism once was.
    I’m sure he would split-hairs with anyone who would suggest this, but his relentless defense of Socialist ideologies, and his connections to Socialist Party U.S.A., speaks volumes about where his true allegiances lay.
    His promise to fundamentally transform America, as if that’s a good thing, or even that it needed such transforming… is the very same goal set forth by Socialist/Communist dictators throughout history. Castro “fundamentally transformed” Cuba, with the very same promises those many years ago. Obama has convinced a large cross-section of the American People that Socialism isn’t such a bad thing… but Conservatism, Christians, and any success that might conflict with his deeply held Socialist ideologies are to be demonized with extreme prejudice.
    Obama is clearly a charismatic cult leader, much as Castro, Hitler, Kim Jung Il, Khrushchev, and dozens of others who were the root of mass suffering, brought on by false promises of prosperity for all through sheer will, and recycled schemes to vanquish capitalism which have failed time, and time again.

    Repeating the same behavior, while expecting a different outcome, is the very definition of insanity.
    But this time they’ll get it right!

  2. poetopoet replied:

    Friends of the same feathers, seam to flock together for insanity has many diverse faces or is that feces.

    Simply amazing what a little a can do and mean it.

  3. Idea Capitalist replied:

    Reblogged this on Idea Capitalists and commented:
    Two more years of communist rule.

  4. EDell replied:

    And Nixon opened up relations with Communist China, then a few years later capitulated to the Communist North Vietnamese by cutting and running from that war and letting the commies win and take over the South. And one of Reagan’s best buddies was Russian commie Mikhail Gorbachev – what Russian leader would allow his empire to collapse without a shot fired if he weren’t best buddies with a US president? And little Georgie Bush could look into the eyes of commie Vladimir Putin and get a sense of his soul as a straightforward and trustworthy man – boy, did little Georgie ever get that one wrong. But hey, they became best buddies just the same. Seems the US has got a lot of commies buddying up with its politicians, especially among the Republican side.

    • poetopoet replied:

      LOL

      • BGills replied:

        Funny how you see things…
        Kennedy was first to commit large numbers of U.S. ground troops in Vietnam, Johnson continued the escalation for nearly a decade, and then Nixon finally got us out of it, and you only find fault with him.
        Fast-forward to today, and it’s all Bush’s fault, but now Obama’s the some kind of hero for getting us out of Iraq.
        How do you reconcile these two diametrically opposed opinions?
        Your views of history are rather myopic, one might even say hypocritical.

      • poetopoet replied:

        LOL

  5. EDell replied:

    BGills warbled: Kennedy was first to commit large numbers of U.S. ground troops in Vietnam

    You’re kind of lacking in the history department. The US began getting involved as early as 1950 when it started sending military aid to the French who were on the front lines at the time, spending $3 billion over the next 4 years, which is about $26 billion in today’s dollars, before the French were defeated. Money well spent by the US. But then, finding some hope in the South’s newly-installed leader Diem, Eisenhower decided to get more involved by sending more military aid and “advisors” to help the South continue their fight against the North. The stakes were then raised a couple of years later when the Soviets pushed for a division between the North and South, splitting them into two countries. The US wasn’t keen on that, of course, It wasn’t long after that when things started to get worse until 1959 and the eruption of a full-fledged war again. Kennedy’s initial cautious entry into the war was a result of Khruschev’s threat to support “wars of liberation” – of course, being in communist countries against democratic ones. Considering the “red menace” climate of the era, the US had little choice but to take some course of action, but Kennedy was never fully convinced that this was the way to go, yet he relied on his military command’s advice because there was no viable alternative, though he refrained from sending in combat troops. Kennedy was no lover of Diem’s regime, so he wasn’t entirely convinced that he was a man worth fully supporting. It was Johnson who went ballistic into Vietnam, but by that point the escalation of the war had already gotten so bad and the fall of the South so imminent that to let South Vietnam collapse would be viewed as a weak America against a mighty Russia, which of course was a no-no. And the rest is history – at least the history you should know.

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