Communist ties to Anti War Movement

World Net Daily
Daivd Corn (please note the date on this one)
Instapundit
Gateway Pundit

“Reuters today reported that the two main groups organizing the antiwar protests on Iraq. ANSWER Coalition and Troops Out Now are associated with the communist World Workers Party:

Saturday’s protest, sponsored by the Troops Out Now Coalition, came two weeks after an antiwar event sponsored by the ANSWER Coalition, which drew roughly 10,000 people. ANSWER also sponsored a rally in March.

The groups’ agendas are similar, opposing what they call “imperialist” U.S. policy not only in Iraq but toward countries like Cuba and Iran — which has alienated some supporters.

“There’s all of these peripheral issues that you’re going to be associated with, whether you want to or not,” said Hamilton College history professor Maurice Isserman.

Both groups’ leaders were associated with the Workers World Party, which advocates a shift toward a Soviet-style planned economy. But a 2004 dispute prompted some members to form the splinter Party for Socialism and Liberation.

Members of the splinter group stayed active in the ANSWER Coalition, and the remaining members of the Workers World Party formed the Troops Out Now Coalition, Troops Out Now spokesman Dustin Langley said.

WOW! The media finally outs the Communists!

And finally some nice commentary from Sweetness and Light.

Quote:

“Amazingly, the article even hints at the fact that some of the protesters might not have America’s best interests at heart:

Both groups’ leaders were associated with the Workers World Party, which advocates a shift toward a Soviet-style planned economy.

Well that is one way of sugar-coating a hardcore revolutionary Communist organization.

Here is how Discover The Networks describes them:

Workers World Party
The Workers World Party (WWP) is a Marxist-Leninist sect that was founded in 1959 by Sam Marcy. Marcy and his followers were members of the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) until 1958, when they split from SWP because, unlike that organization, they supported the… 1956 Soviet invasion of Hungary, and the regime of Mao Zedong in China…
Advocating socialist revolution and the abolition of private property in the United States, WWP is a staunch supporter of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il…
WWP also supported the Soviet invasions of Czechoslovakia and Afghanistan. During the Cold War it always sided with the Communists, against America. In the 1960s, Marcy himself led demonstrations against the Vietnam War and called for the victory of the Vietcong.

Still, isn’t it funny how our watchdog media have never mentioned the names of these crackpot groups in any of the tens of thousands of fawning stories about the anti-war demonstrations they have previously produced.

But an excuse for the low crowd numbers must be found. So Reuters suddenly discovers that International ANSWER, United For Peace And Justice, Code Pink and the Workers World Party are “radicals”:

The groups’ agendas are similar, opposing what they call “imperialist” U.S. policy not only in Iraq but toward countries like Cuba and Iran — which has alienated some supporters…

Never mind that these are precisely the same people who have come out for every so-called anti-war demonstration in the US for the last ten years.

This is what passes for “journalism” in the 21st century.”

And it is the very reason that the Media is DYING!
ha heeee ha heh heh…..snort….ha
Jenny Hatch

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