Change In Which We Can’t Believe

Comments made on Michelle Malkin’s site…
On January 28th, 2009 at 1:11 am, ITookTheRedPill said:

Only through the abolition of the capitalist system and the socialist reorganization of society can exploitation of human beings by others, and the evils of oppression, war, racism, environmental degradation, and poverty be ended. We seek to build a socialist society

Founded in Chicago in 1919, the Communist Party of the United States has an outstanding history in the struggles for peace, democratic rights, racial and gender equality, economic justice, union organization, and international solidarity. Our Party is organized on the principle of democratic centralism, combining maximum democratic discussion and decision-making with maximum unity of will and action, ensuring our ability to play a strong organizing role in the class struggle. We focus our efforts on increasing our ability to organize millions into struggle, fighting anti-communism as a divisive weapon of the capitalist class. With Marxism-Leninism guiding our actions, the Communist Party strives to build the broadest unity against global capitalist imperialism now headed by U.S. imperialism, for immediate gains and reforms that benefit working people, and for a progressive democratization of the government, the economy, and society of our country on the road to and after winning socialism.

With pride in our past and confidence in our future, we hereby establish this Constitution of the Communist Party of the United States America.

See also:

The Road to Socialism USA:
Unity for Peace, Democracy, Jobs and Equality

That’s the CHANGE they want.
And it’s NOT change in which most Americans can believe.

The Convention carried out various measures. It voted to dissolve the Communist Political Association and to re-establish the Communist Party. It voted to re-dedicate itself to its revolutionary task of establishing a Soviet America. It voted to intensify Marxist-Leninist education from the leaders down to the lowliest member. It voted to oust Browder as leader. It voted to return to the use of the word “comrade.”

–From Chapter 13 of “School of Darkness”
by Bella V. Dodd, Ex-Communist


  • #102
    On January 28th, 2009 at 1:15 am, puhiawa said:

    This is really an anti-stimulus package. Economic insanity, on the level of Hoover/Roosevelt. An item by item analysis, in summary:

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  • #103

    On January 28th, 2009 at 1:17 am, ITookTheRedPill said:

    What they are trying to achieve is

    the abolition of the capitalist system and the socialist reorganization of society 

    The November elections just put the Presidency and complete control of Congress in the hands of Socialists/Communists.

    Every state secret of this country is now in the hands of people who are friendly with Communists and Jihadists.

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  • #104

    On January 28th, 2009 at 1:27 am, ITookTheRedPill said:

  • And a comment made at Texas Darlin on January 30, 2009 at 1:34 am

    Rosemary Woodhouse on January 29, 2009 at 4:13 pm

    Globalism. Socialism. Whatever “ism” it is, it’s not American!


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    3 Responses to Change In Which We Can’t Believe

    1. jeebie jebus says:

      Nice blog, idiot. Got any words of your own, or are you just a human parrot?

    2. Pingback: Tea Parties, Old and New « I Took The Red Pill (and escaped the Matrix)

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