Commies and Nazis and Protesters…

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Being endorsed by scary, hateful, self-marginalizing extremists isn’t necessarily the kiss of death in American politics.

After presidential candidate Ronald Reagan was endorsed by a Louisiana chapter of the Ku Klux Klan in 1980 –an endorsement he quite correctly and forcefully rejected— he prospered and went on to evict Democratic incumbent Jimmy Carter from the White House.

But it’s different when the endorsee shares the core tenets of the fringe-dwelling endorsers.

It really shouldn’t be altogether surprising that Occupy Wall Street is now endorsed by both the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) and the American Nazi Party.

After all, the rhetoric at Occupy Wall Street events is only superficially distinguishable from the communiqués that the Communists and the Nazis recently released to express solidarity with OWSers across the nation.

Every day news reports show bigoted OWS speakers ranting against Jews, the rich, bankers, corporate chieftains, and the Tea Party, and calling for bloody revolution.

In a similar vein, the neo-Nazis said they welcome the “‘Occupy Wall Street’ fervor that has been sweeping the land like a breath of cleansing air!”

This issue is TAYLOR [sic] MADE for National Socialists, as well as WN [white nationalists] who are serious about DOING SOMETHING – MORE – than shouting “racial slurs” and acting like “poster boys of hate” loons. After all – JUST WHO – are the WALL STREET BANKERS? The vast majority are JEWS – and the others are SPIRITUAL JEW materialists, who would sell their own mother’s gold teeth for a PROFIT. And MORE and MORE people are AWARE of this truth, are not only NOT afraid to TALK ABOUT IT – they’re shouting it on WALL STREET! [caps in original]

The Communists view the OWS movement as class struggle, American-style. As the CPUSA pontificates about the movement,

No doubt the “Arab Spring” demonstrations and those that exploded in Wisconsin, Ohio and elsewhere have inspired it. But underlying it all is the economic crisis, the massive unemployment and growing realization that nothing is getting better, and in fact we may be slipping into a “double dip” crisis. The crushing student debt and the feeling of being locked out of society with no future compound this. The movement is the newest wrinkle in the all-people’s upsurge against the banks and corporations and reflects a new level of class-consciousness.

As Jonah Goldberg reminded us in his opus, Liberal Fascism, the differences between fascism and communism are mostly superficial.

Both ideological camps demonize capitalism and seek to replace it with an iron-fisted command economy that makes the state the center of everything.

This pathological hatred of economic freedom animates not only American Nazis and Communists, but also the radicals of the Occupy Wall Street movement.

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  • Flipside

    By the same logic you present here, I may characterize your writing and that of Frontpage Magazine as "being endorsed by scary, hateful, self-marginalizing extremists" such as the neocon Gladio-terrorist, Anders Breivik. Boy did he love this site and quote it to the sky!

    • Ken

      You know, if you really dislike America nand our way of life so much, you can always move to another country. I am sure we would be A LOT better off for it!! I hear China is looking for a few good useful idiots!!

      • Flipside

        Whoa. That’s out from left field. Kindly stop telling good American citizens whose families have been in the country since before there was a country, and who helped establish the country to leave the country. I don’t know how your got to confuse FPM with a 235 year old republic. That’s weird.

        • mrbean

          he was talking to you flippy, so love or leave and don't let the door hit you in the A$$ on the wy out!

          • howdydoody

            so you're saying that if you think most of the articles on FPM are complete BS, than you are by default un-american?

          • guest

            we're not going anywhere spanky. Get used to it. You are part of a dwindling minority and there is nothing you can do about it. Nothing.

        • UCSPanther

          Your phony patriotism is a way of hiding your disloyalty TO the republic.

          The German American BUND did just that in a lame attempt to hide their true loyalty to Hitler in the years leading up to WWII.

          Traitors never prosper. History has demonstrated that over and over.

          • Flipside

            Sorry, dude. You don’t get to throw out other Americans.

          • Chris Nichols

            Sorry dude, you aren't entitled to someone else's money, property or labor in the name of fairness.

          • UCSPanther

            We can't but you can be jailed for sedition.

            Just ask William Pelley Dudley…

          • Flipside

            I like how you fascist types look for ways to twist the law to jail and beat people who don’t do anything wrong but disagree with you.

          • Foolster41

            Who are these "facist types" that you are refering to? Everyone who read and agrees with FPM? Do you mean those who post articles about how fascism is evil? Those who comment here whjo agree with said article?

            No one said anything about jailing or beating you or anyone who disagrees.

          • Stephen_Brady

            Treason doth never prosper. For if it prospers, none dare call it treason.

      • UCSPanther

        I don't think China would want and idiot like Flipside.

        You would be better off to deport him to Russia or Iran.

      • Steve

        Ain't no way any America hating Lefty is leaving the land of milk and honey,…no way.

    • davarino

      Ok you got us. Association with one guy, while the other side has such stellar associates as Stalin, Mao, Che, Castro, Hitler, …. I could name more if you wish.


      Pol pot

      Soros : )

    • mah29001

      People like you remind me of the American First Committee….the only good thing that came out of Charles Lindbergh is that when he visited a concentration camp that was meant for European Jews and other "inferiors" to the Nazis, it changed his mind completely….maybe that'd get you kicked up again to realize how stupid you look now when you appease anti-Jewish Jihadis.

      • Flipside

        Firstoff, you’re completely fabricating my apathy about the holocaust. Secondly, you are prostituting its memory in the name of hatred.

        • Foolster41

          postulating the memory of the holocaust in the name of hated? I have one word for you "Nuts!"

  • A smarter Matthew

    And the complete misunderstanding of Arendt's totalitarian thesis continues to this day. But of course, we all know that if some individuals of a group are vile, than the entire group itself must be vile!

    • Truth Betold

      When individuals of a group are vile, the entire group IS vile, because the group leaders or spokespeople are speaking for the group as a whole. It is for this reason that the vile element is immediately and publicly disavowed and ejected from the group, or the upstanding members leave and disavow the group, possibly forming one of their own, so as not to be grouped together with them. In this case though, the entire group is vile, evil, and disgusting. They are rightfully deemed communists, socialists, facists, and nazi's.

      • Truth Betold

        Even if in ignorance, (which it usually is), it is still the same groups responsible for virtually every human rights atrocity of the 20th century. Today's protesters are indirectly responsible for the extermination of an estimated 100 million people, and directly responsible for any successful effort instigated or exascerbated by the efforts. In another 20 years, common knowledge will tell of the horrors under Chavez, supported by leftist organizations in the US. How he and his loyalists lived in palaces while the populace starved, and his bank accounts grew to heights Bill Gates could never even dream of, the accounts only exceeded by the mass graves. Institutions of higher learning are a South American favorite for conversion to torture factories.

        Socialism always sounds like a good idea until they run out of other peoples money, then facism is needed to control the populace, then rationing of staples, then life itself. Not to mention the immediate masses rounded up and exterminated in countless mass graves, especially the "useful idiot" protestors used to gain power. Can't have them doing that in the new regime…

  • C"H"Martel

    My book, "Satan's Trinity: Hitler, Stalin & Muhammad," will be available within the month and one may pre-order at For the first time in history "HSM" appear together on a book cover. The idea behind the book is to make headway against the ludicrous idea that Muhammad should be conjoined with any religious leader/founder. Once this comparison, driven by actual names, has been made then it must be attacked. Once the attack has been launched then the attackers will be forced to defend their attack. Since the attack is indefensible then the "religion" Muhammad (if he existed) founded will begin to be viewed as the scam it is. This book has been written under the principle of KISS. And nothing is simpler to understand than Hitler and Stalin…..and now, Muhammad. Thank you for your time…….C"H"Martel

  • Steve Chavez

    The DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISTS OF AMERICA are much more dangerous than the CPUSA and Nazi's. When the Wall, Iron Curtain, and Soviet Union fell, it was OUR Communists who were the most bitter since they loved the Soviet Union more than their own country! Should they still be CPUSA MEMBERS and then be associated with a FAILED IDEOLOGY? WHY NOT START, AND/OR JOIN, A NEW PARTY: The Democrat Socialists of America!

    Yesterday, I googled this group since the leader of the New Mexico Marxist Educators for Socialist Action, Gerry Bradley, was also head of the 80's, NM Peace Council. The U.S. Peace Council was run by the CPUSA and the WORLD PEACE COUNCIL BY THE SOVIET KGB! Those followers of Gerry Bradley, the CPUSA, and the KGB, OF THE 80'S, ARE THE LEADERS TODAY including in many government departments and THE WHITE HOUSE!

    I FOUND THAT SEVENTY DEMOCRAT MEMBERS OF CONGRESS ARE ALSO MEMBERS OF THE DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISTS! I suspect more are still in the Closet! This proves that the 80'S CPUSA, and their fronts, were successful in BRAINWASHING and recruiting our CURRENT LEADERS who now push the "SOCIALIST" agenda! "Socialist" is just the Politically Correct term really meaning COMMUNIST! They say it like it is Communist-lite and not as radical as Communism but the CPUSA LOGO IS "SOCIALISM USA!"


  • Steve Chavez

    The DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISTS OF AMERICA are much more dangerous than the CPUSA and Nazi's. When the Wall, Iron Curtain, and Soviet Union fell, it was OUR Communists who were the most bitter since they loved the Soviet Union more than their own country! Should they still be CPUSA MEMBERS and then be associated with a FAILED IDEOLOGY? WHY NOT START, AND/OR JOIN, A NEW PARTY: The Democrat Socialists of America!

  • StephenD

    "Immediate across the board debt forgiveness for all."Talk about pie in the sky. Wouldn't we all love to have our mortgage gone, our car payment done, tuition loans, etc.? Then what? What business functions; what human endeavor functions without someone or some group (Business conglomerate or corporation or a few people with a skill set), first producing something (investing without immediate payment ~ LOANING their workmanship) and then waiting to get paid for it? Is it suggested we go back to a Barter Only system of commerce? I still don't get what these dolts want apart from destroying what we have in place. If they've something better, by all means we should listen. But they seem to offer tried and failed systems such as Fascism, Communism and Socialism. I'm surprised that a Dictatorship hasn't been suggested yet. But if these folks get their way, that will come in due time.

  • tagalog

    On the issue of both Nazis and Communists endorsing the OWS bit, someone eventually will claim that OWS's protest spans the spectrum from Left to Right. But if you think of that spectrum as being analogous to the face of the clock, the span is comparable to the span covering 11:59 p.m. to 12:01 a.m., not the span of 12:01 a.m. to 11:59 p.m.

    • Questions

      Communist (Left) and Nazism (Right) may overlap fitfully, but they remain distinctly different in their philosophies and bases of support. I despise them both, but to claim they are ideological fraternal twins is false. One dishonest book by Jonah Goldberg isn't going to change that.

      • tagalog

        I don't seem them overlapping at all. Both Communists and Nazis are opposed to bourgeois capitalism/republican government, but for different reasons. Communists oppose the bourgeois because the bourgeois are the oppressors of the working class and they oppose republicanism because it is the working class who is supposed to govern, not elected officials. Nazis, on the other hand, oppose the bourgeois because they embrace civilization, which is opposed to culture (read racialism); the Nazis oppose republicanism because they see it as effete, hardly the kind of government a people devoted to the strong leader embodying the will of the race would want.

        Not the same at all; they just happen to land on the same spot by chance.

      • Stan Lee

        NAZI= "National Socialist Party" if you translate the German to English.
        Hitler started out as a member of the Communist Party/Germany after WW1, until he found himself in something he could grab as his own organization.

      • Paul of Alexandria

        Have you ever read "Liberal Fascism"? Jonah's right on – it's not called the National Socialist Party for nothing! Fascism is not "right wing" – fascism and Marxism are both branches of socialism – the Libertarians are. (BTW, reversing the conventional orientation of the axes, see "The Pournelle Political Axes" at Conservatives are actually the center, attempting to balance government against the individual.

      • Herman Caintonette

        "Fascism" is what happens when you have an intertwining of government and corporate interests, according to Mussolini. As such, the OWS crowd is fighting it, whereas the Horowitz crowd is fighting to protect it.

        Problem is, both sides are spending so much time demonizing the other that no one is working on a solution.

        • Foolster41

          Nazism is not "right" on the political spectrum. It's National SOCIALISM. You are technically right that Nazism is indeed distinct from socialism, but what you say (perhaps unintentialy) implies them being complete opposites (Socialism, being far left and Nazism far right) which is false. Nazism was perhaps not as far left as Socialsm, but that doesn't make it "to the right".

          Also you don't really refute Mr. Goldberg's book when you call it "dishonest", which I've read.

          • Foolster41

            (I think I was meaning to reply this to Questions and I hit the wrong button. Sorry.).

      • Chris Nichols

        Nazism doesn't come from the Right. Google the 25 points of the National Socialist German Worker's Party, Socialist being the operative word, and tell me how that qualifies as "right-wing".

      • Chris Nichols

        I bet you haven't even read the book. How is the National Socialist German Worker's party "right-wing". Do a search on the 25 points of the National Socialist German Worker's party and tell me how it qualifies as right-wing.

      • Chris Nichols

        Do a search on the 25 points of the National Socialist German workers Party and tell me how it qualifies as "right-wing". I bet you have never even read the book to begin with.

      • tagalog

        Nazism and Communism have a superficial resemblance to one another because both have qualities that lead them inevitably to totalitarianism, and share the "Us vs. Them" strain of community life.

        Otherwise, they are quite different, with Nazism accentuating tribalism, the strong leader, racial purity, and communal values, while Communism accentuates collectivism, state ownership of essentially all property, and class-based divisions within the community. Also, Nazism has (whacky) spiritual aspects to its philosophy while Communism is insistently materialistic.

      • Maxie

        How about another "dishonest" book: "Last Exit to Utopia" by Jean-Francois Revel who writes from a French perspective. Re: Ch. 7 especially.

  • mrbean

    Rogue Operator says: The numerous contradictions in the Occupy protesters’ thinking, such as simultaneously supporting anarchy and government-administered welfare programs, expressing anti-corporate messages on their Iphones and laptops, speaking “truth to power” by voting for statist Democrats, claiming “we are the 99%” – thus publicly disenfranchising those not in the top 1% of income earners who disagree with their message, and hurling epithets at Wall Street, the backer of their beloved candidate Barack Obama, who in turn shoveled trillions in stolen cash into the bankers’ stashes, all shows the mind-muddled mess the political elites are molding into an irrational, angry, and potentially violent street mob.

  • BLJ

    These people are ingrates at best. Some are just young and stupid, but the majortity actually believe in what they spout. They are not really against capitalism as much as the idea that the entitlement gravy train may be coming to an end.

    They remind of those foolish American Communist's who went to live in the Soviet Union in the 1930's. Most of them became victims of the Dear Leader Stalin. Served them right.

    Maybe Red China will let them come live in their workers utopia. It would sure increase the productivity of America if they did.

    • tagalog

      On those American Communists who went to the USSR during the 1930s, you haven't stated the half of it. Stalin's government first advertised for skilled non-Soviet workers to immigrate to the USSR to build the budding Workers' Paradise. Hundreds if not thousands responded and went. The Soviets took their passports away from them; their native countries were not sympathetic to them so when they wanted to leave, they had trouble getting out. Later, Stalin decided they were propagandists for foreign ways of (capitalist and bourgeois) life, and he put them in the gulag. Very few escaped a term as a zek. Most died in the USSR and never returned to their home countries. It's a terribly sad story. There's at least one popular history dealing with American Communists who went to the USSR in that movement. See The Forsaken: An American Tragedy in Stalin's Russia by Tim Tzouliadis

  • tagalog

    I don't have a problem with people protesting along the lines of, "I am an educated person, and I can't find a job in this economy," or "I think the bailout of the bankers and the automotive manufacturers was wrong." That strikes me as legitimate. But the beef is against the government, not the corporations.

    Corporations have much to answer for, all right, but if the government had allowed them to go into bankruptcy, the recession would be over by now, and would have been for a couple of years. This recession is not the doing of the corporations, whether from greed or the workings of capitalism; it's from the workings of a government that is devoted to regulation and command-system economics.

    The OWS protesters are barking up the wrong tree. Sadly, they probably know it, and they don't seem to care. They like the government and they don't like the free market economy, and that's that.

    • guest

      strange, you make it sound like the government and the big corporations are two different things. If only…

      • tagalog

        They are different. The U.S. has some problems, but fascism isn't one of them.

        • guest

          fascism isn't the only instance of state-corporate merger. And they are different like Democrats and Republicans are different. They may fight over differing interests, but they unite when their collective rule is threatened. Then's there's the whole revolving door thing but i just assume that is common knowledge these days.

          • tagalog

            The Democrats and the Republicans aren't significantly different? I don't know what you're referring to when you mention "the whole revolving door thing." I guess my knowledge is uncommon.

    • ClaireSolt

      Regarding Fascism, I am concerned about the seeming monopolies that are making our department stores look like Soviet style outlets of government favored products. No one else is talking about it, but I see it everytime I want to buy anything. The choices have shrunk to one for items like appliances, light bulbs, housewares and gardening equipment. At Target you can get any bulb you want, as long as it is GE. At Bed Bath and Byond the huge selection of bed linens from around the world has been replaced by a wall display of Wamsutta such as I saw in France. Frilly and p retty products are replaced by a cold as steel sateen.

  • Brujo Blanco

    For those that do not understand why Nazis and Communists would support the same cause consider that Nazis are socialists. Perhaps mores today in that they share an anti Jewish/anti Israeli platform. Also, both movements share a desire for government control of the people.

    • tagalog

      Nazis and Communists can, and will, join in this cause because both are explicitly anti-democratic. For the Nazis it is a question of civilization vs. culture with the Nazis supporting culture (i.e., racialism) over bourgeois civilization; for the Communists, democracy is bourgeois capitalism and lacks class-consciousness, being ultimately counter-revolutionary since it is now the antithesis.

  • mrbean

    Marxism, socialism, communism – liberal philosophies that put human desires (consumption) above human abilities (production) with the ostensible goal of achieving human “equality” – have always resulted in progressively increasing human rights abuses and deepening poverty. In every country, whenever they were the guiding philosophy of any nation’s economic or political policies and also led to massive poverty and human rights abuses.

  • AntiSharia

    These protesters are a dangerous element, more dangerous than anyone wants to admit. The more they are enabled by the fools in Washington the more belligerent they will become. I don't think it's out of left field to say that within a year(certainly by the time Obama is voted out) these protests will become a movement of mass violence.

  • ApolloSpeaks


    It's beginning to look like the good old days of pre-Nazi Germany when Nazis and Commies joined forces to bring down the Weimer Republic.

    When you mate a Nazi with a Commie what do you get? A Swasti-Sickle.

    Click my name for my recent post: Obama And The Lethal OWS, Or It All Began On Constitution Day.

  • Liny

    We have nothing to fear from the OWS crowd they will self-destruct as will those who support them. God always has a way of turning the tables on evildoers. They may currently appear to have the upper hand but that will soon change now that the commies have entered the picture. They are not the 99% or even the 50% or 20% but a very small minority that portray themselves as being more important than what they are. All appear to be loosers who by their looks alone would preclude them from being hired in any sort of responsible position. Even some Democrats despise them, at least the smart ones anyway. The more Obama endorses these cretins the more the Democratic party will distance themselves from him. It's already happening. Also, don't forget that when the first cold snap occurs, it usually kills all the fleas, in this case the fleabags in OWS. Can't wait until the first frost.

    • Herman Caintonette

      Liny: "God always has a way of turning the tables on evildoers."

      You mean, like how God raised up the Nazis? You can't complain overmuch about the Nazis' Final Solution without recognizing that your ancestors — by their own admission — indulged it, ostensibly at God's command. See, Jericho.

      • Paul of Alexandria

        Sigh. First of all, be very, very careful when accusing God of such things. He allowed the Nazi's to rise and do what they did, for a variety of reasons including – possibly – the testing of the Jews. Those reasons, however, are not for us to always know. The actual evil, however, is solely due to humans. God did not force either Hitler or the German people to do what they did. Secondly, realize that God's purposes are not ours, and may in fact be contrary to them. Modern pop psychology to the contrary, humans are not inherently good.

        As for those cases in the history of the establishment of Old Testament Israel where God commanded the wiping out of a city or a nation, it was always a case where those people were evil – usually Baal worshipers – and posed a threat to the Israelites. Nowhere was there a blanket command to wipe out all non-Jews.

  • reasonableview

    OWS is getting too much attention. The media is making the movement appear larger than it is. I saw a comment that there were 30,000 people at a protest and it claimed to be a report from the NYPD. I looked it up and saw that the number was 5,000. 538 (NYT) had some headcount reports that agreed with that. Conventions of plastic surgeons draw larger crowds with no fanfare at all.

    And, there are lots of people who are happy to use the confused protests to promote their own agenda, like me. I want to highlight the cronyism that I think they should be focusing on: Unions want to highlight their own causes: Socialists and Communists are crawling out of the woodwork to clamor for revolution. All sorts of others are trying to grab the reins. All this creates attention as various special interests highlight OWS for their own cause

  • Herman Caintonette

    Vadum: "Every day news reports show bigoted OWS speakers ranting against Jews, the rich, bankers, corporate chieftains, and the Tea Party, and calling for bloody revolution."

    Since when did Lloyd Blankfein convert to Islam? Must have missed that one….

    Anyone familiar with the American Revolution will recognize some of OWS' rhetoric there.


    Commies, Nazis, I have been saying for YEARS on my site of 'hate', are in bed together.
    It is poetic Justice that I have been right all along.

  • E.C. Everett

    Indeed the democrats will be "punished " for their leftward lunges and aloof indifference, scapegoating and the rest. The real problem lies with the looming collapses of the housing market, the dollar being devalued by impending inflation and interest rate hikes to combat it, and the worst is far from over. It will likely hit just as the new GoP house, senate and President are sworn in, thus, the left will once again profit from blaming it all on the "extremist right-wing under whose watch the American economy imploded…"

    If this OWS lot are antsy now, just wait and see the cities on flame with rock 'n' roll in two years time. I'll bring the marshmallows. They should only set me back about 12 bucks per bag by then. 28 dollar a gallon gas, anyone? 30% inflation?

    That is when the revolution will begin in earnest, and it will only worsen and prolong our national miseries. Pray, America. Pray hard. This coming collapse/depression could make the 30's look like the 90's, and the 60's look like the 50's; the 50's in Budapest, that is….

  • guest

    This article tries again to revive and popularize a myth. It's a favorite of the wanna be intellectuals who can't get published by real publishers. The historical fact is that the fascists adopted anti-capitalist language for two related reasons a) it was in vogue during the early part of the 20th century – during the Depression in particular and b) it was a way to try and sway the white working class, which had real grievances, away from the left. So they adopted leftist language for a conservative racial-nationalist cause. In fact the left was the only political grouping that fought the fascists in the streets across Europe during the 20s and 30s. The liberals, as usual, did nothing much and the conservatives formed coalitions with the fascists. In fact as a real scholar pointed out (Robert Paxton, The Anatomy of Fascism) the only time fascists rose to power was when they were able to partner with conservatives.

    So tell all the fables to each other that you want, but no one is entitled to their own facts.

    • JEM

      I think the similarities and outcomes of Communism and Fascism are greater than there differences. The conservative movement in the USA is closer to the liberalism of the founding fathers or seeks to be, at any rate. As has already been pointed out, Both Communism and Fascism are simply different forms of big government socialism, with centralized control of the economy etc. and the resulting loss of freedom and increased human rights abuses. In relation to American conservatism and libertarianism, both Communism and Fascism are on the left of the spectrum.

    • tagalog

      Of course, it hasn't helped historically that the Italian fascist leader Mussolini was a Socialist revolutionary before he adopted fascism, or that Hitler's party was the National Socialist German Workers' Party. Perhaps in the late 1920s and the 1930s the Leftists of the world were not as sophisticated or as smart as we now are. Of course, they were the Leftist revolutionaries, but we MUST know more than they did, right?

    • Maxie

      "…the only time fascists rose to power was when they were able to partner with conservatives." The "conservatives" you refer to were German NATIONALISTS. Hitler was a NATIONAL socialist as opposed to the German Communists who, as Marxists, were INTERNATIONAL socialists. Hitler, as a German patriot, won the German struggle between the two socialistic ideologies on that basis. Both were revolutionarys and "conservatism" in the contempory economic sense had nothing to do with it. Those are the facts.

      • Maxie

        Moderator: BullS**t !!

  • Jim

    Combat Communists and Nazis. Call on congress to create the Milton Friedman negative income tax, bring our jobs back home, vote for Herman Cain and end congressional corruption by voting every one out. Then clean the Agean stables.

  • LindaRivera

    Muslims OCCUPY Judea and Samaria. But it's not just Israel, Muslims want to occupy and CONQUER. It's America and the entire Free World.

    WorldNetDaily: Look who's behind uprising in Orlando

    A lawyer linked through the Council on American Islamic Relations to Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood has been identified as the driving force behind the Occupy Orlando protests that have been staged in Johnson Park, according to a video report from Tom Trento of the Florida Security Council and The United West.

    The stated goal of the Muslim Brotherhood is the DESTRUCTION of civilization.

  • 080

    I wouldn't paint them all ows with the same brush. I remember the America First movement during 194l. Communists and Fascists showed up at what was an anti-war movement. There was no way to keep them out. I don't beldieve that such people as Norman Thomas who also belonged or even Charles Lindbergh were communists or nazis. I don't believe that John T. Flynn could possibly be characterized as such. There are probably some communophiles in the Tea Party Movement. So what? You don't need a card to be a member. All you have to do is show up.


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