Sunday, June 15, 2008

Ayers is a Joke Compared to Obama's Communist Roots

A Communist never says good-bye until he dies!

“Marx once compared revolutionary struggle with the work of the mole, who sometimes burrows so far beneath the ground that he leaves no trace of his movement on the surface. This is the old revolutionary ‘mole,’ not only showing his traces on the surface but also breaking through.”

Obama quote: “My story is part of the larger American story," he declared in the electrifying speech that won him his US Senate seat just two years ago. "In no other country on Earth is my story even possible." True, because in most countries in the world, false advertising and publications for profit are jail-able offences, some are met with execution even!

To quote Obama’s Race Speech, it is inherent in Obama’s own DNA at birth. To define Obama’s family, it will surprise and bring to light many things, most astroturfed in a maze of lies, denials, more lies and hard to find revelations!

FAMILY:
Obama’s mother and father were both Communist/Marxist folks! Obama called his mother "the dominant figure in my formative years. . . . The values she taught me continue to be my touchstone when it comes to how I go about the world of politics." Obama’s mother in high school had a teacher Wichterman who opened the door of communism to her. "I had them read 'The Communist Manifesto,' and the parents went nuts," said Wichterman. “But not Obama’s mothers parents”.




In a Russian class at the University of Hawaii, she met the college’s first African student, Barack Obama. They married in February 1961 and had a son in August 1961, in an era when interracial marriage was rare in the United States. Her parents were upset, Senator Obama learned years later from his mother, but they adapted.


Obama’s father, who Obama wrote his book of lies, was also a communist. If there is a mystery at the heart of Barack Obama's Dreams From My Father, one thing is not left a mystery, the fact that Barack Obama organized his life on the ideals given to him by his Kenyan father. Obama tells us, "All of my life, I carried a single image of my father, one that I .. tried to take as my own." (p. 220) And what was that image? It was "the father of my dreams, the man in my mother's stories, full of high-blown ideals .." (p. 278) What is more, Obama tells us that, "It was into my father's image .. that I'd packed all the attributes I sought in myself." And also that, "I did feel that there was something to prove .. to my father" in his efforts at political organizing. (p. 230) Obama Sr. lost all prospects from being so vocal of his beliefs and his criticism of the powers to be in Kenya which he often exposed on open platforms that had Obama Sr. labelled a communist and blocked him from finding any work, turning him into a drunk and bitter man!

Spending 4 years in Indonesia with a new stepfather, a Muslim like Obama’s real father, so much has been conveyed about Obama’s Muslim faith, which has been defined everywhere!

FRANK MARSHALL DAVIS:

Obama’s life returned him to Hawaii at the age of 10, where Obama took on a surrogate Grandfather, the very first Black influential person in Obama’s young life, who happened drinking buddies with Obama’s “typically white grandparents”. Coincidentally, Obama’s surrogate grandfather grew up in Kansas, in the State as Obama’s “typically white grandparents. Only for him, the violence of small-town Midwestern life was unrelenting; he was told by teachers and townspeople that blacks were inferior, and when he was five a group of white boys tried to lynch him.

He was a very important influence in Obama’s life, likely due to two major important reasons:

  • *Most notably because he was raised by a single mother after his parents divorced when he was 5 years old and
  • *He was the first consistent Black adult in Obama’s young life that carried a span of 8 years, from the age of 10 to 18 and possibly earlier.

Obama’s Black surrogate grandfather and mentor developed and shaped Obama’s Black ideals by spending time reading his poems and mentoring the young Obama, he was very influential in Obama's life and education. He was such an influence on Obama’s life that Obama basically idolized him. What is very important to know is that Obama’s surrogate grandfather happened to be a member of the Communist Party USA (the CPUSA helped fund the Weather Underground).

So who was this major influence in Obama's life and education, communist writer and poet Frank Marshall Davis. Obama writes in Dreams From My Father that he saw "Frank" only a few days before he left Hawaii for college, and that Davis seemed just as radical as ever. Davis called college

"An advanced degree in compromise" and warned Obama not to forget his "people" and not to
"start believing what they tell you about equal opportunity and the American way
and all that sh*t,"
Obama wrote .

Important note: With Obama’s continual stating from his youth days at the age of 7 years old, in Indonesia of his plan to become POTUS, and having the likes of a staunch communist mentor in Davis, the MOLE pattern really develops, explaining why portions of Obama’s life are skated over, while other parts are exasperated to boredom with lies upon lies, in his book Dreams.

Davis had lived in Chicago twice his longest stint was in the 1930’s and 1940’s. When in Chicago, Davis worked and was a senior editor of the Associated Negro Press that operated the same as what you’d know in the media as the Associated Press, only servicing Black papers all over the world. He even had his own paper The Star (a far leftist labor and organizer paper). Davis was a Community Organizer on the South Side of Chicago (important only because the only group doing so at the time was Saul Alinsky). He taught at an Abraham Lincoln School in Chicago and worked on several other communist papers in Chicago.

In 1937, Davis became a Julius Rosenwald Fellow, a foundation of Sears magnet Julius Rosenwald and Davis was even awarded a grant from the JRF. Davis’s Publisher Black Cat Press, part of the Grove Press published works of people like Malcolm X and with his last published work at publisher of Prairie City, IL in 1948. Davis was a celebrity in the Philanthropy world of fundraiser/socialist event filling events constantly, his involvement in Politics through his Community Organizing work.

Davis was known as a Traveling Communist. A traveling Communist is someone who freely travels in the circle of communist friends to influence communist ideals. In Hawaii, Davis wrote for a communist paper and also worked with Unions there. But Davis’s reputation had him shunned by the powers to be in Hawaii. What did become exposed was Davis’s deep and hardcore communism, forsaking even Blacks over communism, he destroyed one Hawaiian Black Association embroiling it with communist tactics and was thrown out of the NAACP for attempting to insert communist controls in it, might this explains Obama’s total disregard in attending NAACP speaking engagements.

Dr. Kathryn Takara, a professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa who also confirms that Davis is the "Frank" in Obama's book, did her dissertation on Davis and spent much time with him between 1972 until he passed away in 1987.

In an analysis posted online, she notes that Davis, who was a columnist for the Honolulu Record, brought "an acute sense of race relations and class struggle throughout America and the world" and that he openly discussed subjects such as American imperialism, colonialism and exploitation. She described him as a "socialist realist" who attacked the work of the House Un-American Activities Committee.


Davis, in his own writings, had said that Robeson and Harry Bridges, the head of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and a secret member of the CPUSA, had suggested that he take a job as a columnist with the Honolulu Record "and see if I could do something for them." The ILWU was organizing workers there and Robeson's contacts were "passed on" to Davis, Takara writes.



Takara says that Davis "espoused freedom, radicalism, solidarity, labor unions, due process, peace, affirmative action, civil rights, Negro History week, and true Democracy to fight imperialism, colonialism, and white supremacy. He urged coalition politics."



Is "coalition politics" at work in Obama's rise to power?

Henry Epstein, a local labor leader in Hawaii familiar with Davis's mainland reputation compared Davis’s mainland reputation with his Hawaiian reputation in an interview just before Davis's death in 1987,

“What I remember about Frank was that he was a very prominent and
well-known black poet who was very highly respected in Chicago. You'd see his picture once in a while on the society page of the Chicago newspapers and when they had fund raisers for progressive organizations in Chicago, if Frank Marshall Davis was coming you had a real attraction, a prominent person that would help bring people into the event. . . . You saw him in what's now called civil rights affairs. . . . I don't think Frank was recognized as the prominent person that he was back in Chicago.”

The greatest importance, gone unnoticed about Davis to Obama was his many ties to Chicago, having worked there for years, being a celebrity in the Philanthropy world of fundraiser/socialist, his involvement in Politics and his involvement in the area of Community Organizing on the South Side of Chicago. Even though Davis had left Chicago 25 years prior, his connections still thrived in Chicago, not only via his work there, but his marrying white Chicago Socialite Helen Canfield in 1947.

Davis’s life had all but faulted in Hawaii, he had become basically an unknown. One person very instrumental in the resurgence of Davis’s writings in 1973 was friend and Chicago’s prominent African-American artist and writer Margaret Taylor-Burroughs. Taylor-Burroughs is of interest because she was instrumental in the establishment and founding of the DuSable Museum of Chicago (funded by The Woods Fund Chicago opps, the Fund that hired Obama), a museum committed to institutionalized the omission of black history and culture,. Burroughs life and work in Chicago is woven tightly into the fabric of the city. She founded the South Side Community Arts Center, supported by Chicago Urban League (opps, Thomas Ayers Group).

So thanks to Taylor-Burroughs in 1973, Davis once again was being interviewed and making appearances, basically getting notoriety again, until his death of a heart attack in 1987. Obama admitted in his book of Dreams that he had written everywhere after Columbia U in 1984 and 1985, trying to find Community Organizing work unsuccessfully. Thus acting upon the request of his young student is not outside the realm of Davis doing by simply contacting old Chicago friends with introductions for Obama, especially when you look at Obama’s life after leaving Hawaii a simple pattern continually emerges:

Just follow Obama’s life after leaving Hawaii at 18 years of age:

-Occidental College, taking up with Marxists.
-Columbia University spending time going to Marxist rally’s at Cooper Union.
-Is brought to Chicago funded by The Woods Fund.
-Chicago to work for Marxist Community Organizations and meets the Marxist Ayers while working on failed School Reform.
-After Harvard, hooks up with the Marxist organization ACORN on Project Vote.
-Runs for State Senate with support from the Marxist organization Democratic Socialists of America (DSP), the blessing of Marxists Allison Palmer, the DSP, Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn.
-Runs for US Senate with the backing of fellow Marxists and organizations in Chicago.
-Runs for POTUS with the largest endorsements of communist organizations ever associated with a POTUS candidate and the workings inside the Party itself with fellow Marxists David Axelrod, and others, to numerous to list.

So Obama’s stumping of bringing “change” is possibly now defined:
Obama’s “change” is bringing Marxist indoctrination into the White House! The question is who’s version of Marxism:
Bill Ayers version, NO
The DSP’s version, NO
The Frank Marshall Davis version, hardcore Communism, YES

To paraphrase Rev. Wright: Not “God Bless America” no no no it is “God Help America” from the terror of a hardcore Communist President!