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The mantra for the 2008 campaign to elect Barack Obama as President was, "Yes We Can", an English version of the Cesar Chavez lead farm workers union slogan, "Si se puede!!". His new mantra is "Forward". That just happens to be the name of a magazine that the founder of communism, Karl Marx used to write for. Well, almost,"Vorwarts" means "Forward" in German. Images of the Obama mantra "Forward" and the magazine cover Vowarts can be seen below.
As if this were not alarming enough, Benny Johnson at TheBlaze.com has pointed out the use of the font "Revolution Gothic", according to Buzzfeed's Zeke Miller was the typeface chosen for the word "America" in the moniker "Betting on America". Myfonts.com says that "Revolution Gothic" is an arranged and extended version of PAG Revolucion released from Prop-A-Ganda type foundry in 2008. The original font is inspired by retro propaganda posters and wallpainting in Cuba from the 60s to 80s."
For most of President Obama's life, he has associated himself with persons who are from the philosophical realm associated with Marxism, which includes the progressive movements of socialism and communism. This article will explore a number of these associations and ties.
According to Hack Wilson in "Barack Obama: A History of Communism", Dr. John Drew, who said he knew Obama while at Occidental College, stated that Obama was a staunch Marxist-Leninist while in college. Drew, a self admitted Marxist himself, called Obama "a Marxist revolutionary", recalling that Obama routinely stated "there's going to be a revolution." According to the Left Coast Rebel, and Bungalow Bill's website , Dr. Drew even said that Obama had "the long view of overthrowing the government in the United States and a deep-seated belief in Marxism." Drew added,"Obama wasn't just an explorer of intellectual Marxism, he embraced Marxist Leninism."
According to Breitbart.com State Senator Barack Obama of Illinois viewed the play The Love Song of Saul Alinsky. He was listed on the press release and program poster promoting the play as a panelist for an after-show discussion. The play glorified leftist politics, and started out with anti-American sarcasm with the changed words of "My Country 'Tis of Thee", “My country … ‘tis of whatthehell / And justice up a tree … How much can you sell / What’s in it for me.” In typical Communist fashion it ended with Alinsky announcing he’d rather go to Hell than Heaven. Why? “More comfortable there. You see, all my life I’ve been with the Have-Nots: here you’re a Have-Not if you’re short of money, there you’re a Have-Not if you’re short of virtue. I’d be asking more questions, organizing them. They’re my kind of people – Hell would be Heaven for me.”
At the play's conclusion, State Senator Obama participated in the panel discussion. Recently, veteran Chicago journalist Michael Miner was attempting to mock conservatives who had become curious about Obama's discussions after the play, but in his attempt to present Barack in the best light portrayed him as impressive to the panel, which basically implies that a collection of Communists agreed with almost everything he said. Miner wrote,"Obama was on the panel that talked about Alinsky the last Sunday of the play's run at the Blue Rider Theatre in Pilsen. Neither Pam Dickler, who directed the Terrapin Theatre production, nor Gary Houston, who played Alinsky, can remember a word Obama said. But he impressed them." These are the people in the room that he impressed: Leon Despres, Quentin Young, Temuel Black, Studs Terkel, Roberta Lynch, Director Pam Dickler, and Gary Houston (who portrayed Saul Alinsky). Every single member of this panel had Communist ties. To impress these people is not something most Americans should be proud of.
Barack Obama also belonged to the New Party, whose aim was to move the United States steadily closer to European social democracy, a goal that Mitt Romney has also attributed to Obama, according to Stanley Kurtz, author of Radical-in-Chief: Barack Obama and the Untold Story of American Socialism (2010) via Joel B. Pollak at Breitbart.com.
According to Michael Goldfarb of The Weekly Standard, First Lady Michelle Obama said"They don't want the whole pie. There are some who do, but most Americans feel blessed just being able to thrive a little bit. But that is becoming even more out of reach. If we don't wake up as a nation with a new kind of leadership, for how we want this country to work, then we won't get universal health care. The truth is, in order to get things like universal health care and a revamped education system, then someone is going to have to give up a piece of their pie so that someone else can have more."
It's quite clear that the person that President Obama spends most of his private life with believes in the redistribution of wealth.
In 2008 Candidate Obama is seen here, explaining to Joe The Plumber (Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher) how he believes in the redistribution of wealth.
There are quite a few people with Communist memberships, ties, associations, or belief systems within the Obama administration. Car and Manufacturing Czar Ron Bloom stated that he agreed with Mao, and that the free market is nonsense.
In 2009, White House Communications Director Anita Dunn resigned because of a comment she made in a speech about Mao being her favorite philosopher, as exposed by Fox News and Glenn Beck.
Obama's political advisor David Axlerod, according to presidential historian Paul Kengor, received a recommendation letter for from Don Rose that helped him land a job as a reporter for The Chicago Tribune. Don Rose was associated with SDS (the left-wing campus organization from which Bill Ayers’s terrorist splinter group Weather Underground spun off in 1969) and was also a member of the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam, commonly known by the slang term “the Mobe.” According to World Net Daily and Aaron Klein in his book The Manchurian President, he was also founder of the pro-Communist Hyde Park Voices, and is known to have boasted of his relationship with Axlerod in a letter to Marc Canter, son of David S. Canter. "“Your dad and I ‘mentored’ and helped educate [Axelrod] politically,” Rose writes, “which is perhaps why you may recall seeing him hanging around the house.” Canter was named as a known Communist by the House Committee on Un-American Activities. Rose and Canter also worked with Axlerod later in 1987 in the Harold Washington, re-election campaign for Chicago mayor.
President Obama's Security Council Advisor, Samantha Power shares known Communist Noam Chomsky's foreign policy goals according to Stanley Kurtz, of National Review Online. Joseph Klein at, Frontpagemag.com, said that in her 2004 review of a book by the radical leftist Noam Chomsky, Ms. Power agreed with many of his criticisms of U.S. foreign policy. Ms. Power is also According to DiscoverTheNetworks.org, Chomsky was one of the chief deniers of the Cambodian genocide of the 1970s, which took place in the wake of the Communist victory and American withdrawal from Indochina. He directed vitriolic attacks towards the reporters and witnesses who testified to the human catastrophe that was taking place there. Initially, Chomsky tried to minimize the deaths (a “few thousand”) and compared those killed by Pol Pot and his followers to the collaborators who had been executed by resistance movements in Europe at the end of World War II. By 1980, however, it was no longer possible to deny that some 2 million of Cambodia's 7.8 million people had perished at the hands of the Communists. But Professor Chomsky continued to deny the genocide, proposing that the underlying problem may have been a failure of the rice crop. As late as 1988, Chomsky returned to the subject and insisted that whatever had happened in Cambodia, the U.S. was to blame. Ms. Power is also known to be hostile toward Israel, according to radio talk show host Tammy Bruce. Ms. Power has even advocated the invasion of Israel.
She actually thinks that the Israelis need policing instead of the Palestinians.
On October 30, 2009 the visitor who was logged entering the White House the most times was Service Employees International Union President Andrew Stern with 22 visits according to Susan Davis,at the Wall Street Journal. A union boss enters the White House more than anyone else, how surprising. The alarming thing about this is the things he has to say and who it sounds like the most.
Karl Marx, said the same thing,Workers of the world unite; you have nothing to lose but your chains. Even more alarming is the other thing that Mr. Stern said in the segment, "If the power of persuasion doesn't work, we will use the persuasion of power. The man who visited the White House the most times is a Communist and a union thug.
Here is the other place where "Workers of the world, unite!!" is found.
There are many more Obama ties to Communism, and his radical agenda that he has repeatedly tried to force down the throats of the American people merely reinforces that his views are much like the people that he has surrounded himself in the White House with, and that he has been around for most of his life.