The Communist Party USA will be holding its 30th anniversary convention June 13th to June 15th in the city where the party was born – Chicago – where coincidentally Obama ended up after he graduated from college and where he rubbed elbows with Bill Ayers and other Communist luminaries.
You really and truly can’t distinguish Obama and modern day ObamaCrats from the Communist party, today – even their convention theme – “people before profits” sounds like Obama on the campaign trail against evil corporatist Mitt Romney in 2012. “At some point”, Obama famously said, “you’ve made enough money.” Obama and his fellow travelers will define for you what “enough” is.
(February 24, 2014. Chicago) – The Communist Party USA has announced it will be holding its 30th anniversary convention in the city where the party was born – Chicago. Still four months out, organizers are already putting plans together for a memorable and impactful event. The convention theme will be putting people before profits and building a movement to transform America.
The CPUSA likes to say, ‘A better and peaceful world is possible.’ How would they achieve that? The party envisions, ‘a world where people and nature come before profits.’ That’s socialism, they say. That’s their vision, the vision of the Communist Party USA.
‘The people of the United States face enormous challenges today,’ the Communist Party’s convention announcement begins, ‘We live in a capitalist system where 99% of people struggle every day to survive and the richest 1% control the vast majority of wealth and power. Capitalism cannot meet the needs of the vast majority. ‘The notice goes on to take aim at three common adversaries of the working class including ‘the rich and powerful’, ‘the extreme right’, and ‘the Republican Party’.
Organizers go on to illustrate the basic difference between capitalists and socialists. ‘The drive of the rich and powerful to gain wealth at the expense of working people is the only logic of capitalism,’ they explain, ‘But everywhere in our country people unite to fight to improve their lives, to change the world for the better.’ In other words, socialists fight to improve the lives of everyone. Capitalists fight to improve their own lives at the expense of everyone else.
“The convention will be an important moment in helping build a transformative movement in our country. Such a movement will put the interests of the ninety-nine percent over the one percent and lay the basis of eliminating class, gender and racial inequality,” said CPUSA Chairman Sam Webb, “It’s an exciting time. The labor, civil rights, women’s, immigrant, youth, and LGBT movements are poised as perhaps never before to turn our great country around.”
Among the issues to be discussed at the annual convention are the minimum wage, fast food workers, voting rights, the environment, immigrant rights, the economic crisis, marijuana legalization and more. Local CPUSA leaders were obviously excited to learn the news that they’d be hosting the important event. “We expect about 250 delegates and guests from around the country,” Illinois district organizer John Bachtell told us, “They’ll be coming from all walks of life and over 40 states. It may surprise some that a good number are coming from the South.”
Most Americans have no idea that the policies they support are communist ideas. They’ve been brainwashed into supporting cultural Marxism even as they congratulate themselves for being “freethinkers.”
Yet “for pure murderous evil, there has never been a force to compare with Communism.” People need to wise up before it’s too late.