Skip to comments.Uncovered: Obama's mystery college years
Posted on 06/14/2010 3:45:49 AM PDT by cycle of discernment
Obama remarkably relates in "Dreams from My Father" that, beginning at Occidental, he surrounded himself with an assortment of radicals, socialists, Marxist-Leninists, Maoists and communists.
He writes about the rally in which he took part, delivering his first community organizing address, led by the Black Student Alliance and Students for Economic Democracy (SED).
SED was a national student advocacy group established by soon-to-be California State Representative Tom Hayden, now a professor at Occidental, and his wife, actress Jane Fonda.
Hayden authored the first official political manifesto of the Students for a Democratic Society, or SDS the radical 1960s protest movement from which Ayers' Weathermen terrorist organization splintered.
A portion of Hayden's SDS manifesto reads:
"Disobey your parents: burn your money: you know life is a dream and all of our institutions are man-made illusions effective because YOU take the dream for reality. ... Break down the family, church, nation, city, economy; turn life into an art form, a theatre of the soul and a theatre of the future; the revolutionary is the only artist. ... What's needed is a generation of people who are freaky, crazy, irrational, sexy, angry, irreligious, childish and mad: people who burn draft cards, burn high school and college degrees; people who say: "To hell with your goals!"; people who lure the youth with music, pot and acid; people who re-define the normal; people who break with the status-role-title-consumer game; people who have nothing material to lose but their flesh. ..."
The official mission statement for Hayden's SED, for which Obama delivered a major speech, espouses socialist ideology:
"Economic democracy means that ownership and control will be spread among a wide variety of public bodies: city, state and Federal governments, churches, trade unions, cooperatives and community groups, small business people, workers and consumers."
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You sourced this link to your gmail inbox?
That’s kinda strange, ain’t it?
So, I’m supposed to sign up at Google for the rest of this article.
anh anh. I am still being inundated with crap from the last time I signed up for something.
You are being too discerning.
Hahaha. You used an email you got in your gmail as the link. LOL. Cycle of Discernment, meet Internet. Internet, Mr. Discernment.
Yeah, that sounds like Obama.
Thanks for the heads up....should be wnd.com
admin, please remove my link to gmail!
An oversight, thanks for the heads up, moving too fast—please remove link admin.
Uncovered: Obama’s mystery college years
I received this story from WND promoting a new book by Aaron Klein called “The Manchurian President” that discusses Obama’s association with radicals in his college years.
I’ll go ahead and say it:
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> Uncovered: Obama's mystery college years
Tied to Ayers' group, extremist groups operating on campus
Apparently the original article is here:
In general I like WND - but advertisements like this one masquarading as a news article are a bit much.
Funny how all these Marxist agitators completely hide their background when they run for public office. That makes every one of them stone COWARDS.
“That makes every one of them stone COWARDS.”
Excuse me, I think you meant to say
“that makes them all CLOWARDS”.
Can we settle on both?
Well, we had “Nader’s Raiders”
How about “ Cloward’s Cowards “ ?
I know what he was doing - language alert:
Scary Movie 2 Marijuana Scene
The last time I signed up for something I found myself on a bus to Parris Island...................
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