Ulsterman’s White House Insider predicted it last year. But the issue is not about race, not at all. It’s about socialism. And the well-funded, well-coordinated — some might even say conspiratorial — effort to establish it in America:
House Democrats received training this week on how to address the issue of race to defend government programs, according to training materials obtained by The Washington Examiner.
The prepared content of a Tuesday presentation to the House Democratic Caucus and staff indicates that Democrats will seek to portray apparently neutral free-market rhetoric as being charged with racial bias, conscious or unconscious.
In her distributed remarks, Maya Wiley of the Center for Social Inclusion criticized “conservative messages [that are] racially ‘coded’ and had images of people of color that we commonly see used” and proposed tactics for countering the Republicans’ (presumably) racially-coded rhetoric.
From KeyWiki, we learn that Maya Wiley is the “founder and Director of Tides Center project Center for Social Inclusion, an applied research and advocacy organization which supports community groups to dismantle structural racism.”
“Social Inclusion” is, of course, an encoded Leftist message for the establishment of socialism via community activism (a prior avocation of Barack Obama’s).
“A civil rights attorney and social justice advocate [i.e., socialist], she has worked for the ACLU, the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, and the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York. Maya Wiley also served as an advisor to the Open Society Institute and as a consultant to the Open Society Foundation” (George Soros projects).
“The Editorial Advisory Group of the magazine Social Policy includes Noam Chomsky, Janice Fine, S. M. Miller, Peter Olney, Frances Fox Piven, Heather Booth, Peter Dreier, Maya Wiley, Robert Fisher, Ashutosh Saxena, Ken Grossinger.”
Socialists and communists, one and all. You will perhaps remember Ms. Piven for the notorious 1966 Cloward-Piven strategy designed to overwhelm the American system. Or Mr. Chomsky, who said, “achieving real democracy will require that the whole system of corporate capitalism be completely dismantled…”. Or Mr. Olney, former SEIU hack, who has lectured at the Sacramento Marxist School and before the Democratic Socialists of America. Or Mr. Grossinger, student and amigo of the above-mentioned Mr. Cloward, whose obituary he penned for the journal of the Democratic Socialists: “…our movement lost a light that guided four decades of antipoverty, welfare rights and voting rights activists and scholars.” Or Ms. Booth, a graduate of Saul Alinsky’s Chicago school for radicals. Or Professor Dreier, member of Tom Hayden’s group, Progressives For Obama, of whom a former student said, “Dreier … romanticizes Socialism and Communism, often ignoring the brutal truth about those economic systems, in order to indoctrinate his students. To that point, students in this course are expected to write a paper on one book from a list of several he has picked. Among them: Talkin’ Socialism; California Red: A Life in the American Communist Party; and The Romance of American Communism.“
Barack Obama is a socialist, if not worse. The people around him are socialists, if not worse. The activists working to re-elect him are socialists, if not worse. And if Obama is re-elected, all of us will end up living in an America that is socialist, if not worse.
See also: Soviets Funded Black “Freedom” Journal:
Newly declassified documents from Operation SOLO, an FBI program to infiltrate the Communist Party of the United States, reveal that a journal called Freedomways, which was influential in the black community for decades, was subsidized by the Soviet and Chinese Communist Parties.
[…] During the 25 years it served as a propaganda organ for the CPUSA and Soviet front organizations such as the World Peace Council, Freedomways published articles by such figures as:
Derrick Bell, one of Barack Obama’s academic mentors and a Harvard professor;
Martin Luther King, Jr., the slain civil rights leader who turned against the Vietnam War and has been honored with a national memorial in Washington, D.C.;
John Lewis, a Democratic member of Congress from Georgia and critic of the conservative Tea Party movement; and
Jesse Jackson, a former aide to King and Democratic candidate for president who has recently been stirring up racial resentment over the killing of black teenager Trayvon Martin.