Racial unrest in Ferguson and New York a Communist Revolution

By Judi McLeod

The last words of Eric Garner: “I can’t breathe” were taken directly from his lips, plagiarized and put into use by the Revolutionary Communist Party USA.

The overnight outbreak of violence in Ferguson and New York, including looting and burning in Ferguson, is not a spontaneous grassroots community response to the Grand Jury decisions not to indict Michael Brown and Eric Garner. It is being fully scripted and orchestrated by the Revolutionary Communist Party USA as a beefed-up “orientation for making revolution in the imperialist countries such as the U.S.”

It was not the mainstream media who tore the mask off the Communist Party USA intentions for open revolution on the streets of America, but blogger Andrew Benjamin:

“If you were watching the news broadcasts about the protests in New York City, you undoubtedly saw many people carrying signs reflecting their beliefs. But wait. The people holding those signs don’t look even barely capable of having printed the signs themselves, so you might wonder who the sponsor of the rally could be. Who furnished the signs?

“Well, on the bottom of the signs is the name of the sponsor: revcom.us “So, if you’re at all curious, just click right here on revcom.us and see who provided those spiffy signs those idiots are holding up. It’ll only take a second.”

Benjamin has proven something no one else has to date: protesters in Ferguson and New York are not grassroots orientated but agitated and aggravated into action by revcom.us—the US home-grown communists.

That makes Al Sharpton the Commie’s loudest and biggest useful idiot in America.

Sharpton and activists out on the streets in Ferguson, New York and elsewhere are goose-stepping to the playbook of radical Bob Avakian, Chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party USA, not marching for justice for Brown and Garner.

Read for yourself on revcom.us how Avakian “has developed a theoretical framework for the new stage of communist revolutions, a new synthesis. This new synthesis is not a pasting-together of the “best of the previous experience” and the criticisms of these experiences. Rather, as Communism: The Beginning of a New Stage, A Manifesto from the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA, puts it, the new synthesis “builds on all that has gone before, theoretically and practically, drawing the positive and negative lessons from this, and raising this to a new, higher level of synthesis.”

“In terms of philosophy and method, the new synthesis establishes communism even more fully and firmly on a scientific foundation. It deepens understanding of the material basis for internationalism and why, in an ultimate and overall sense, the world arena is most decisive, even in terms of revolution in a particular country. On the character of the dictatorship of the proletariat, Avakian has brought forward a model of socialism as a vibrant and dynamic society – characterized by great ferment, dissent, experimentation, and initiative – that is also a revolutionary transition to communism. “The new synthesis also comprehends a breakthrough in the strategic approach to revolution in today’s world, in particular an orientation for making revolution in the imperialist countries such as the U.S.”

History proves that in times of upheaval, Communism always moves in to fill the vacuum. The Communists moved in on Hungary in 1949, they rolled their tanks into Czechoslovakia in 1968, invaded Afghanistan in 1979, moved in on the Ukraine in 2014, and now look to balkanizing America.

Communists prey on the young and the poor to fill their ranks with ‘useful idiots’; feed the resentment of malcontents with propaganda and lies that send them raging out to the streets, to loot and set small business and private property ablaze.

Protesters no longer know or even care about what is true when even their pastors are out on the streets where signs stamped revcom.us.are hoisted.

Their role model stars of the sports world wear ‘I Can’t Breathe’ T-shirts in televised games; their pastors condone violence by their presence at protests.

“Several Chicago churches led protests after their Sunday services following the recent controversial grand jury decisions in New York and Ferguson. (NBC Chicago, Dec. 7, 2014)

“Fr. Pfleger of St. Sabina Church said about 100 churches across the city planned to participate in the protests throughout the day.

“The young people have raised the consciousness and put a focus on the problems of America,” Pfleger said.

“Around 11 a.m., Pfleger and more than 100 members of his congregation assembled outside of St. Sabina and blocked traffic in both directions for about 30 minutes in an attempt to spread the message that the justice system in the U.S. is flawed.”

This is how a pastor described 19-year-old Joshua Williams of St. Louis, one of the most frequently quoted and photographed Ferguson protesters who was charged Saturday with setting fire to a Berkeley convenience store last week:

“Josh is one of the young activists, and all of us have taken close to him. We got to know his heart, and he got to know ours,” said Bishop Derrick Robinson, of Kingdom Destiny Fellowship International. “He’s a great kid, an educated kid, a child who knows what he wants and is very active in the community.” (St. Louis Post Dispatch, Dec. 28, 2014)

Williams, who “advocates peace”, confessed to setting fires at the store in a videotaped interview, according to court documents.

“Police say Williams used lighter fluid to set fires inside and outside the QuikTrip early Wednesday. He was charged with arson in the first degree, a felony. He is also charged with felony burglary and misdemeanor stealing for allegedly taking a lighter, gum and money from the store.”

On Dec. 20, the revcom.us sanctioned protests led to the “execution-style” deaths of NYPD officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, shot point blank by cop hater Ismaaiyl Brinsley as they sat in their parked patrol car on a Brooklyn Street.

Protesters are being aided and abetted not just by pastors and sports figures but by politicians, who continue to fan the flames of racial discord even as it puts the lives of police officers at risk.

Meanwhile, blogger Benjamin hit the nail on the head when he posted these words on westernfreepress.com: 50 Years Ago a pro-Castro Commie Murdered Our President.

Today a pro-Castro Commie IS, your president.”

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