In reading Bernie Sanders’ recent praise for Communist China’s health care initiatives for women, I could not help but reflect on the late former owner of the Cincinnati Reds Marge Schott’s similar comments on how wonderful were Adolf Hitler’s infrastructural developments during the Third Reich. Suffice it to say, her rather incendiary remarks truly were genuine, alongside her proud collection of Nazi artifacts and unapologetic racism. Her mistreatment of black players and Jews could only epitomize her inner National Socialist ethos, even if she will objectively be remembered, even if it is a false positive, for her generous altruism to Cincinnati area charities. While a devout lover of baseball, she had no place in a game which during her run, nearly a quarter of the game’s players were black. A huge deluge of elite talent from Latin America and years later Asia would contribute to its diversity still greater. Baseball can never again afford such a woman with so striking a character flaw.
Yet as Ms. Schott was very wealthy and never short of spontaneous public gaffes and intolerably cruel treatment of employees who happened to be of minority races, she was fortunately not a politician. To the contrary, Sanders is. And not only is he a United States Senator from Vermont, but a presidential candidate standing to usurp the party’s role of frontrunner should Hillary Clinton face arrest for the Benghazi inquisition which appears to be tightening its noose around her neck ever snugger.
Sen. Sanders not only admires a Chinese healthcare system for women which Planned Parenthood serves as its major genocidal strong-arm enforcing its “One Child Policy” through forced abortions, arrests and for organ harvesting of political dissidents (Falun Gong, Tibetan Buddhists, Uighurs, Christians and anti-government activists), he intends to require the American workforce to employ same.
China – not exactly seen as a model when it comes to human rights – provides 14 weeks of paid maternity leave. The US provides zero.
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) October 19, 2015
In his inimitable rapid-fire response, noted Hollywood conservative James Woods accurately depicted the communist sympathizer Sen. Sanders as an “utter moron”.
Basically Bernie is this commie scarecrow put up to make Hillary look palatable by comparison, right? There is no other rationale possible. — James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) October 20, 2015
Now that Sen. Sanders openly supports the very policies contributing to Communist China’s distinction as history’s greatest genocidal political machine, CNSNews uncovered a half-second clip from an interview which Bernie Sanders gave August 8, 1985 interview on the CCTV Center for Media & Democracy’s Channel 17/ Town Meeting Television, Chittenden County’s local government access station. He very clearly asserted his Marxist platform using rhetoric so insensitive when matched against two sons of Cuban dissidents in the Senate GOP (Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio) whose fathers risked all to escape the bloody Castro regime.
“In 1961, [America] invaded Cuba, and everybody was totally convinced that Castro was the worst guy in the world.
All the Cuban people were going to rise up in rebellion against Fidel Castro. They forgot that he educated their kids, gave their kids health care, totally transformed society.
You know, not to say Fidel Castro and Cuba are perfect – they are certainly not – but just because Ronald Reagan dislikes these people does not mean to say the people in these nations feel the same way.”
Below is the footage from the Sanders interview.
Sanders would truly support genocide on a catastrophic scale so long perhaps his own administration might retain its absolute power. Yet as shocking as the Sanders’ comments are, communism is now the political ideology the Democratic Party openly favors. For example, former Congressman Joe Garcia of Florida declared “Communism works” in describing the party’s plans for a massive deluge of undocumented immigrants across the border from Mexico.
Peter Schiff, in posing as an anti-business crusader, found numerous individuals among the Democratic National Convention’s delegation in enthusiastic support of outlawing profitability. He deliberately avoided interviewing Occupy protesters picketing outside in order to attract what are now “mainstream” Democrat perspectives.
Speaking of the Occupy picketers, its leaders openly admit to waging a communist revolution to topple capitalism.
Finally, Alan Colmes interviewed John Bachtell, the National Chair of Communist Party USA. Formed in Chicago in 1919, the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) was created as a 5th Column by the U.S.S.R. in order to form “fighting organizations for seizing control of the state, for the overthrow of government and the establishment of the workers’ dictatorship.” But upon the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, the CPUSA needed to form new alliances with groups also intending to destroy the U.S. from within its own infrastructure.
That ally is the Democratic Party.
“For the right moment you must wait, as Fabius did most patiently, when warring against Hannibal, though many censured his delays; but when the time comes you must strike hard, as Fabius did, or your waiting will be in vain, and fruitless.”
During the interview, Bachtell stated he believes Socialism and Communism are interchangeable — Communism being more of the utopian form of Socialism — but that the CPUSA is the Progressive, Pro-Labor wing of the Democratic Party.
Britain’s Fabian Society is in full agreement with Bachtell’s statement.
Founded in 1884, the Fabian Society continues to attract from the intelligentsia within the labor movement, given most never personally engage in manual labor. Offering its inner circle free expression and discourse, its membership draws from primarily both social and political leaders in Britain. Any shred of credibility for Fabians is contingent upon its association with trade unions, promoting a gradual introduction into socialism, rejecting violent proletarian revolutions as advocated by Marx. They prefer utilitarianism, the state as the political instrument promoting social equality and economic transfer. Its official platform, in honor of the Roman general Claudius Fabius due to his delayed attacks against the Carthaginians until the right moment, is “For the right moment you must wait, as Fabius did most patiently, when warring against Hannibal, though many censured his delays; but when the time comes you must strike hard, as Fabius did, or your waiting will be in vain, and fruitless.”
In July, IJReview reported that the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) released a 2,023-page open letter expressing its eagerness and enthusiasm on getting to work with the Democratic Party to “advance the modern communist agenda and achieve communist goals.”
In detailing the party’s strategy Batchell wrote in the letter, according to the Daily Caller, “[L]abor and other key social forces are not about to leave the Democratic Party anytime soon. They still see Democrats as the most realistic electoral vehicle” to fight class enemies. The Daily Caller also reported of Bachtell’s declaration that communists and other leftists are disillusioned with the Democrats because of its “deep connections to Wall Street.” He remains deeply resentful of President Bill Clinton for signing into law NAFTA and copious welfare reforms, as well as the increasing numbers of private schools.
Given the first infiltration of the Fabian Society from Britain in America in 1888 at Harvard University by its leaders Sidney Webb and Edward R. Pease to train students and professors in their ideology, their design for higher education was to serve as the intellectual fountain for its leftist ideology to permeate — one which communists later adopted. Chief among those were Harvard ideologues James Harvey Robinson (1887), Oswald Garrison Villard (1893), NAACP founder W.E.B. DuBois (1890) and Harry Frederick Ward (1898). Economics professors granted Fabians unfettered access to act under “harmless conditions”, and were not perceived as conspirators, but individuals with whom one could amiably disagree.
Webb solidified his connection with the American Economic Association, delivering his editorial address at Harvard. Bela Hubbard wrote in Political and Economic Structures that “By the close of the nineteenth century (Fabians –ed.) had made converts in the United States. Under Fabian influence and guidance, the Intercollegiate Socialist Society was founded in New York City, in 1905.” At this time the Rand School of Social Science was formed by the Fabians to serve as the New York headquarters for the Intercollegiate Socialist Society.
Roger Baldwin (Harvard, 1905) outlined the Fabian strategy to capture power by stealth and deception through the most important means of deception: plausible denial. The parent Fabians on the British side of the Atlantic always urged for “socialism” to serve as more important than the mere name itself.
“Do steer away from making it look like a Socialist enterprise… We want also to look patriots in everything we do. We want to get a good lot of flags, talk a good deal about the Constitution and what our forefathers wanted to make of this country, and to show that we are really the folks that really stand for the spirit of our institutions.”
Former Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean admitted on MSNBC all liberals are in fact, socialists, in lauding Bernie Sanders.
In citing Zygmund Dobbs from his paper “Keynes at Harvard” (1969),
Today Fabians use the teachings of John Maynard Keynes as their catechism of political economy. The American Fabians have slavishly installed Keynesnism as the new faith, both in the Universities and in Government bureaucracy. To lay bare and dissect these premeditated deceptions is the true task of the political science of our day.
Thus, the explanation behind why Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed into law the National Labor Relations Act of 1935 grows much clearer upon understanding his wife Eleanor and economic adviser Stuart Chase were both Fabians. Too, the Fabian Society not only are avid supporters of unions, but of corporations, playing now a critical role in the rise of corporatism through central banks.
For these reasons, the Fabian Society stand to globalize the world though the United Nations and free trade agreements. Once it does, its form of socialism and that of Marxism will no longer be mutually exclusive.