“But if the watchman see the sword come, and blow not the trumpet, and the people be not warned;

if the sword come, and take any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity;

but his blood will I require at the watchman's hand."

Ezekiel 33:6

"A righteous man falling down before the wicked is as a troubled fountain, and a corrupt spring."

Proverbs 25:26

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USEFUL IDIOTS EXPLOITED: Communist Head Explains how to use the Dem Party and Cheers, the Decline of 'Anti-Communism'


There’s a method to their madness.

That‘s the takeaway from a recent Communist Party head’s journal article explaining how the communists can work within the Democratic Party and even “capture” it entirely. The article also explains the decline of anti-communism, citing union ties to the Communist Party as an example.
The article was in response to a fellow communist who suggested dumping the communist label and instead taking root as a “socialist group within the Democratic Party.”
The article, uncovered by Trevor Loudon, was published by Joe Sims in the communist journalPolitical Affairs. Sims is the co-editor of the Communist Party USA newszine Peoples World.
“Sims warns,” Loudon writes, “it would be dangerous to dissolve entirely into the Democrats. Communists must keep their options open, working both inside and outside the Democratic Party as circumstances dictate.”
Here’s a sample (emphasis added by Loudon):
But, clearly, the U.S. has entered a new political moment. Heightened class and democratic struggle, the Great Recession and its aftermath, Obama‘s ascent to the presidency, the assertive posture of the AFL-CIO, the growth of social networks, the counter-revolt of the extreme right, all have combined to produce an unprecedented situation – and opportunity.
Anti-communism too is not the force it once was. Just recently in the deep south, a labor council bought an ad for the Illinois People’s World annual banquet, congratulating thePeoplesWorld.org and its labor editor, John Wojcikfor a prize-winning article, an inconceivable event in the not too distant past. In Connecticut, state AFL-CIO leaders participate in PW events where the CPUSA anniversary is celebrated; in Cleveland a well-known communist, Rick Nagin, running in a non-partisan race for City Council received the city’s AFL-CIO endorsement and nearly won… 
It is certainly the case that in the U.S. the real stuff of politics and governance occurs through the two mass political parties. Here is where the action is and it is here, mainly through the vehicle of the Democratic Party, that the peoples’ movement fights for its interests. Serious politics cannot stand apart from these struggles… 
For the foreseeable future Democratic Party circles will be an area of engagement for those wanting to make a difference. 
Read the rest of the article over at NZ Patriot.

U.S. ideological life is also in flux. A broad radicalization process with its roots in capitalism’s deep systemic crisis is at work. As polls repeatedly indicate, a broad left current flows in the streams of public consciousness: fully a third of America’s youth have favorable views of socialism.





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