“One Nation” Rally Web Site Scrubs Communist & Socialist References

The One Nation Working Together Rally’s Web Site has a page for “Endorsing Organizations”.

That page used to list multiple Communist and Socialist organizations.

That page has now been scrubbed of all such references.

I’m glad that I archived that page back when they were proud of all of those radical far-left groups.

(I’ve also archived the current page here, just in case they change it again.)

Compare the two lists. Look at the names of the organizations which were scrubbed. The “One Nation” folks were proud of those organizations on 10/2. Why are they ashamed of them now, a mere nine days later?

Could it be that three weeks from the elections, they don’t want voters to be reminded of just how far-left they really are?

Here’s what the list of partners looked like on 10/2:

Sojourners

SEIU 1199

National Action Network

United States Students Association

UAW, International Union

Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

SEIU: Service Employees International Union

Rainbow PUSH Coalition

PowerPAC

National Council of La Raza

NAACP

Green for All

Communications Workers of America

American Federation of Teachers

Center for Community Change

AFL-CIO

American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee

The Southern Anti-Racism Network (SARN)

Green Party USA

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)

General Board of Church and Society- United Methodist Church

TransAfrica Forum

Democracy for America

National Jobs For All Coalition

The Power: The People United for LGBT Equality

Ya Ya Network

Working Families Party

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom

Women’s Caucus for Political Science

WPFW

WAND: Women’s Action for New Directions

Whitman Walker Clinic

Witness Against Torture

Wishadoo

Win Without War

Ward 7 Business Professional Association

Veterans for Peace

Voices for Creative Nonviolence

Voice of Haitian Americans Inc.

Harlem One Stop

Welfare Rights Committee

Veterans for Peace NY

Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations

Urban Agenda

United Mine Workers of America

US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation

US Peace Council

US Human Rights Network

TWU Local 100

William Kelibrew Foundation

Sikh Coalition

The Religious Institute

The New York Immigration Coalition

Imani Group

The Opportunity Agenda

Stonewall Democratic Club – Los Angeles

Student World Assembly

Society of American Law Teachers

Women’s Funding Network

Teamsters Local 808

The Community Church of NY Unitarian Universalist

SEIU Local 722

Single Payer New York

Single Payer Action Network Ohio – SPAN Ohio

SEIU Local 32BJ

September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows

Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union

Riverside Edgecombe Neighborhood Association (RENA)

Reform Immigration for America

School of Americas Watch (SoA Watch)

Progress Ohio

Progressive Democrats of America – NYS and NYC

Progressive Congress Action Fund

People’s Organization for Progress

Planned Parenthood

People for the American Way

Physicians for a National Health Program

Pennsylvania Council of Churches

Peace and Freedom Party

Peace Action Maine

Peace Action Education Fund

Peace Action Montgomery

Pax Christi Metro DC-Baltimore

NYC LCLAA

Ohio AFL-CIO

NY Coalition of 100 Black Women

New York Urban League

North Suburban Peace Initiative

New York State AFL-CIO

New York City Democratic Socialists of America

US Peace Council– Wisconsin

P.A.P.A.II People Assisting Positive Actions

The New Testement Revival Cathedral

The L.I.F.E. Institute

Suffolk Peace Network

Resurrection Temple of the Lord

Prayer, Praise and Worship Centers of America

Pledge of Resistance – Baltimore

One of the 266 Wrongfully Terminated

Northeast Connecticut Coalition for Peace and Justice

North Country Peace Group (Long Island)

New Jersey Black Issues Coalition

NYU Nursing Doctoral Students Organization

North Manhattan Neighbors for Peace and Justice

New England Region – AFSC

National Urban League

New Haven Peoples Center

National Union of Home and Health Care Employees

National Organization for Women California

National Nurses United

National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth

National Missionary Baptist Church

National Immigrant Solidarity Network

National Exhoodus Council

National Domestic Workers Alliance

National Council of Negro Women

National Community Reinvestment Coalition

National Black L.U.V. Festival est. 1997

National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc.

National Alliance Against Racist and Political Oppression, Chicago Branch

National Association of Black Social Workers

Mother A.M.E. Zion Church

Minnesota Coalition for a People’s Bailout

Midwest Academy

Maryland and DC AFL-CIO

Mexican American Coalition

Maine Green Independent Party

Make the Road NY

Lincoln Park Neighbors United for Peace, Chicago

Lemeul Haynes Congregational Church

Long Island C.B.T.U.

Left Labor Project

Latino Federation of Greater Washington

Latino Action Coalition of DC

Latino Equality Alliance

Jewish Labor Committee

Latin America Solidarity Coalition

Jewish Arab Dialogue Association

Iraq Veterans Against the War

International Socialist Organization

Interfaith Worker Justice

International Federation of Black Prides

International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers

Injured Workers United

Institute for Policy Studies

Illinois Single Payer Coalition

HOFADS Corp., Inc.

Humanist Party, New York City Chapter

Haitian American Caucus

Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement

Gray Panthers

Greater Allen A.M.E. Cathedral

Girldrive

Next Step

Gertrude Stein Democratic Club

Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition

Generation Change

Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley

Fur Cultural Revival (Darfur Community Center)

Friends of the Earth

Free Speech TV

Friends of the Poor

Fellowship of Reconcilliation

Ex-Offenders Association of PA

Equality Wisconsin, Inc.

Drum Major Institute

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. DC Support Group

Energy Action Coalition

Detroit Democratic Socialists of America

Demos

Democratic Socialists of America

Demand Equity Now

DC Vote

Delaware Pacem in Terris

DC Asian American and Pacific Islander Democratic Caucus

DC 1707, AFSCME

DC Latino Caucus

CUSH

CUNY University Student Senate

Community Empowerment Network

Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago

Communist Party USA (CPUSA)

Communication for Social Change Consortium

Communications Workers of America Local 2336

CODA (Coalition for a District Alternative)

Committee of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism

Coalition of Black Trade Unionists Region One

Coalition for Peace Action

Cleveland Peace Action

Citizen Wave

Church of the Evangelical United Church of Christ

Chicago Teacher’s Union – AFT Local 1

Chicago Democratic Socialists of America

Charlie Fink Productions

Central Jersey Coalition Against Endless War

California Black League of Voters

California National Organization for Women

Brooklyn United for Innovative Local Development

Brooklyn United for Innovative Local Development

Bryn Mawr Peace Coalition

Bronx for Change

Black Youth Vote

Black Women’s Roundtable

Unid@s LGBT- The National Latin@ LGBT Human Rights Organization

Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN)

ANSWER (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism) Coalition

American Muslim Association of North America (AMANA)

American Federation of Television and Radio Artists

AIDS Walk Washington

Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays

1Sky

Black Leadership Forum, Inc.

Beulah Church of the Nazarene

Bethel Tabernacle AME Church, Brooklyn

Bail Out the People Movement

American Rights at Work

Americans for Democratic Action

American Association of University Professors

AFGE: American Federation of Government Employees

Amalgamated Local 171 UAW

Alliance for Democracy

All Hands on Deck

AFSCME 3800 – University of Minnesota Clerical Workers

Action LA Network

A. Philip Randolph Institute – The Metropolitan New York Chapter

350.org

Young People For

Working America

War Resisters League

Washington Peace Center

National Center for Transgender Equality

True Colors, Inc.

National Stonewall Democrats

Stonewall Democratic Club

Stonewall Young Democrats

Solidarity

Utility Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO

United Steel Workers

US Labor Against the War

US Action

Unite Here

United for Peace and Justice

United Food and Commerical Workers Minority Coalition

United Food and Commercial Workers International Union

Transport Workers Union of America

The Other 98%

Roosevelt Institute

Queers for Economic Justice

Pride at Work

Policy Link

International Union of Painters and Allied Trades, AFL-CIO

People’s Organization for Progress

Progressive Democrats of America

Peace Action

Pax Christi USA

Tikkun-Network of Spiritual Progressives

National Education Association

National Congress of Black Women

National Coalition on Black Civic Participation

National Black Police Association

National Black Law Students Association

National Gay and Lesbian Task Force

National Black Justice Coalition

National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education

Mass Transgender Political Coalition

Mass Equality

Maryland Black Family League

Majority Agenda Project

Jordan / Rustin Coalition

Jobs with Justice

Jewish Funds for Justice

immigration Equality

Human Rights Campaign

Institute of Caribbean Studies

Generational Alliance

Get Equal

Gathering for Justice

Family Equality Council

Disciples Justice Action Network

Equality Federation

Courage Campaign

Campaign for Peace and Democracy

Color of Change.org

Coffee Party Progressives

Coalition on Human Needs

Campus Camp Wellstone

Campaign for Community Change

Coalition of Black Trade Unionists

Campus Progress

Brooklyn for Peace

A. Philip Randolph Institute

Americans for Financial Reform

AFSCME

American Friends Service Committee

Coalition of Labor Union Woman

Campaign for America’s Future

Code Pink

CEEF: Center for Community and Economic Justice

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And here’s what the list of partners looks like on 10/11, after scrubbing:

Sojourners

SEIU 1199

National Action Network

United States Students Association

UAW, International Union

Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

SEIU: Service Employees International Union

Rainbow PUSH Coalition

PowerPAC

National Council of La Raza

NAACP

Green for All

Communications Workers of America

American Federation of Teachers

Center for Community Change

AFL-CIO

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UPDATE:
Sooooo BUSTED!
Communists Caught Altering History to Protect Obama

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UPDATE:
This is extremely curious… an archive of what
http://www.onenationworkingtogether.org/partners
looks like today (11/3/2001) looks like this:
http://www.webcitation.org/62upe1RYJ

At first glance, it would appear that the people who registered the domain name “onenationworkingtogether.org” only paid to register it for 1 year, and didn’t pay to renew it, so when it expired, it was picked up by a Japanese site promoting pharmaceuticals.

However, at the bottom of that page full of Japanese text, it says, in English:

copyright c 2010-2011 http://www.onenationworkingtogether.org All rights researved.

I’m not quite sure what to make of that…

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36 Responses to “One Nation” Rally Web Site Scrubs Communist & Socialist References

  1. Wraith says:

    For being the party of the young and hip, these folks sure don’t seem to understand that the internet is FOREVER.

    Great catch!

  2. Wraith,

    Thank you for your comment and kind words.

  3. Miri says:

    Huge difference! LOL. What twerps. Yes, that WAS a great catch.

  4. Thanks, Miri.

    They can scrub their web site, but they can’t scrub this:

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  6. Aaron says:

    Excellent catch,

    Tools like archiving and Google-Caching are valuable in exposing the left-wing for what they really are.

  7. Aaron,

    Thank you for your comment. I don’t trust Google, as I have seen them scrub things that they don’t want you to see. They’ve done it in China, and they’ve done it here. I recommend using http://www.webcitation.org/ to archive things that you think are worth archiving and could be changed by those maintaining the page.

    Obama ran like Ronald Reagan, and helped carry other Democrats to victory (like Senator Kay Hagan over former Senator Elizabeth Dole). But then they collectively acted like America had voted for Socialism, which we certainly had NOT.

    Obama’s “base” is those who truly want Socialism, plus those who will strongly support him, no matter what he does, simply because they are racists who judge him by the color of his skin, not the content of his character or the content of his policies.

    But that “base” is, collectively, only about 25% of the population.

    We are not “All Socialists Now”, as Newsweek claimed a few weeks after Obama was inaugurated. And now that America has awakened to the truth that there is no discernable difference between the agenda of the Communist Party USA and the agenda of the Democratic Party, the November 2010 elections will be a referendum on Socialism.

    I would not be surprised at all if the majority of Democratic Socialists who are up for re-election get removed from office by their constituents.

  8. Grassroots: The 8/28 Restoring Honor Rally

    Astroturf: The 10/2 One Nation Working Together Rally

    (click image to enlarge it)


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    Free Bus Ride
    Free Box Lunch
    Free T-Shirt
    Free Metro Pass
    —————————————-

    Contrast that with how every single person who came to the 8/28 Restoring Honor Rally paid their own way to be there.

    Many who came to the 10/2 One Nation Working Together Rally were “strongly encouraged” by their union bosses to come, and didn’t pay a dime out of their own pocket. Union dues were used to astroturf that rally, paying for buses, trains, food, and T-shirts, and even with that they had trouble even reaching 10% of the numbers of people who willingly paid their own way to come to the Restoring Honor Rally.

    I’m rather amused that some of the union members took the free trip to D.C. and used it to go sightseeing at the National Air & Space Museum instead of attending the rally. Ha!

    You can lead a union member to Kool-Aid, but you can’t make him drink!

  9. Aaron says:

    The lower picture is classic.

    I really enjoy seeing left-wing organizations’ recruiting tactics of “join our cause and we’ll give you stuff” fall flat like the second picture clearly demonstrates.

    Unions like the UAW only continue to exist because the states where they “work” don’t have strong Right-to-Work laws.

  10. Always worth remembering:

    Which Collectivist said it…

    And NEW from “The People’s Cube”:

    One Nation Fizzles Together: Pictures from 10.2.10 DC Rally

    The One Nation Working Together rally held in Washington on October 2, 2010, was hyped up as the Left’s ultimate answer to Tea Parties – but it became a failure as the troops deserted the battlefield littered with socialist signs and free lunch boxes. The Democrats, the unions, and supportive radical groups had pulled resources together, aiming to quell America’s thirst of freedom with deafening demands of free stuff. But all the free buses, free supplies, free lunches, and free media promotion didn’t save the supposed mega-anti-Tea-Party palooza from becoming a dud – just like Obama’s failed economic reforms based on a similar wasteful model. In the ancient, pre-Obama world, people would call this rally a mountain that gave birth to a mouse. In the modern frame of reference, it was a supersized free lunch followed by a tiny burp…

  11. Math says:

    Sooooo BUSTED!
    Communists Caught Altering History to Protect Obama

    Ah the good old guilt by association BS. What would you have Obama do? Ignore them like he’s doing, or give them credibility by publicly distancing himself from them?

    The KKK is right-wing, I guess that makes you and the rest of the right wing klansmen?

  12. The KKK is right-wing, I guess that makes you and the rest of the right wing klansmen?

    Bovine Excrement (a.k.a. Bull Shit)

    The KKK was the terrorist wing of the DEMONRAT party.

  13. It’s fascinating how leftists like to claim that the KKK and the Nazis were “right-wing”.

    That is 180 degrees from the truth. The truth is that the KKK were Democrats, and the Nazis were National Socialists. Socialism is an attribute of the left, not the right.

  14. Math says:

    It’s fascinating how leftists like to claim that the KKK and the Nazis were “right-wing”.

    Yes of course, because we all know that anti-immigration and white Christian supremacy are really strong left values.

    It’s also fascinating the notion right-wingers have that they can commit no wrong and that every thing is someone else’s fault. Bush’s failure at first (the first 6 years) was Clinton’s fault, then the Democratic Congress’ fault, so they got to share the blame with Clinton. But of course, when the situation is reversed, the same does not hold true. Obama’s inherited mess is in no way Bush’s fault, it’s his own fault. And the future failure of the current Republican House will be the Democratic’s Senate and President’s fault, even though this is the same situation that Bush found himself for the last 2 years of his presidency, and back then it was the Democrat’s fault.

  15. It’s also fascinating the notion right-wingers have that they can commit no wrong and that every thing is someone else’s fault. Bush’s failure at first (the first 6 years) was Clinton’s fault, then the Democratic Congress’ fault, so they got to share the blame with Clinton. But of course, when the situation is reversed, the same does not hold true. Obama’s inherited mess is in no way Bush’s fault, it’s his own fault. And the future failure of the current Republican House will be the Democratic’s Senate and President’s fault, even though this is the same situation that Bush found himself for the last 2 years of his presidency, and back then it was the Democrat’s fault.

    You’re projecting again. You want to pretend that “Obama’s inherited mess is in no way his own fault, it’s Bush’s fault.”

    While you’re blaming Bush, realize that Obama voted in favor of TARP, and the only reason Bush requested the second half of the $700 Billion is because Obama asked Bush to do it!

    Obama asked Bush to do it, Bush did it because he thought it would help Obama, and then Obama turned around and criticized Bush for that debt! Talk about “irresponsible”!

    Obama played a very significant role in creating a significant portion of the debt Obama claims he “inherited”. Bush got all the blame, Obama got $350 Billion to spend as he wished, without oversight, thanks to the TARP bill Obama supported and thanks to Bush being a nice guy who tried to help Obama when Obama asked for help.

    I have said for years that Bush’s biggest mistakes were due to his trusting people who should not be trusted. Bush was wrong to trust Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. Bush was wrong to trust Barack Obama.

    —–

    Look at the unemployment data from the last 16 years (start here and adjust time period to look at 1995-2010).

    You will find that the average unemployment rate during the time that the Republicans controlled the House of Representatives during the Clinton and George W. Bush years was 5.0, and the average unemployment rate during the time that the Democrats have controlled the House of Representatives during the George W. Bush and Obama years has been 7.3.

    When Republicans took control of the House in January 1995, the unemployment rate was 5.6 percent. Even with the “Dot Com Bust” and the 9/11/2001 terrorist attacks, the Republicans managed, with the Bush Tax Cuts, to keep things under control, and the last month that Republicans had control of the House, in December 2006, the unemployment rate had dropped to 4.4 percent, more than a full point lower than where it had been when Republicans took control from Democrats.

    Now, after nearly 4 years of the Democrats being in control of the House, the current unemployment rate has increased to 9.6+ percent.

    In other words…

    The Democrats have more than doubled the unemployment rate. You like to act like Obama “inherited” a mess, but he was very much an active part of creating that mess.

    And things will only get worse if Obama and the other Democrats insist on tax increases for anyone now.

  16. The vast majority of the right is not “anti-immigration”. You will find strong support for LEGAL Immigration.

    The vast majority of the right is not for “white Christian supremacy”, but the Democrats of the KKK certainly were, and the modern Democratic party remains the party of slavery. That’s right… the modern Democratic party remains the party of slavery. Economic slavery. The Republicans have always been the party that stands for setting the slaves free.

    It’s OK to Leave the Plantation : The New Underground Railroad

    Runaway Slave

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55aujTwuJY8

  17. Math says:

    And things will only get worse if Obama and the other Democrats insist on tax increases for anyone now.

    No, they’re insisting on tax increases for people earning 250,000$ and more. It’s the Republicans who are blocking the renewal of those tax cuts because they want all or nothing.

  18. Read what I wrote:

    And things will only get worse if Obama and the other Democrats insist on tax increases for anyone now.

    Some Democrat[ic Socialist]s are insisting on increasing taxes for people earning $250,000 and above. A large number of those affected by such a tax increase are business owners, and if you raise their taxes, there will be less jobs… which hurts other people who make less… in fact, without a job, people make $0 from the private sector and only make our public debt even worse.

    Insisting on increasing taxes for people earning $250,000 and above is just plain stupid and hurts everyone:

    The Parable of 10 Men in a Bar

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  20. UPDATE:
    This is extremely curious… an archive of what

    http://www.onenationworkingtogether.org/partners

    looks like today (11/3/2001) looks like this:

    http://www.webcitation.org/62upe1RYJ

    At first glance, it would appear that the people who registered the domain name “onenationworkingtogether.org” only paid to register it for 1 year, and didn’t pay to renew it, so when it expired, it was picked up by a Japanese site promoting pharmaceuticals.

    However, at the bottom of that page full of Japanese text, it says, in English:

    copyright c 2010-2011 http://www.onenationworkingtogether.org All rights researved.

    I’m not quite sure what to make of that…

  21. shahram says:

    There seem to be a great deal of confusion on what socialism is or should be. Neither Democrats nor Republicans have anything todo with socialism. Furthermore, individuals like Oleg Atbashian are diehard anti-communists adored by the capitalist in the west who call the old age revisionist regime in USSR communism, a big mistake on which most anti-communist propaganda is founded.

  22. shahram,
    Please explain what you think “socialism is or should be”.

  23. Sadly, the verumserum link and animated .gif do not appear to be working at this time.

    Other stuff can be found here:

    http://www.bing.com/search?q=Comparison+of+Restoring+Honor+Rally+to+One+Nation+Working+Together+Rally

    and here, looking specifically for the .gif file:

  24. Rally-comaprison.gif copied locally…

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