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then I'm gonna be hanging with some commies!

they will not divide and conquer us this time. Americans will unite and throw these crazies fools out of power.

Ron Paul on Occupy Wall Street:
“But I think that the majority of them think government is the problem and taxes are too high and they know that the Federal Reserve plays a role in this, which, of course, is something I agree with.”

ecorob's picture

you would think that the...

communists and the socialists would flock to obama's side

watch the neocopped fringe try to define who ows is

we, the people know better!

just like with the tea party, we know where it was started and we know its strength!

its 'cos I owe ya, my young friend...
Rockin' the FREE world in Tennessee since 1957!
9/11 Truth.

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It's all part of the divide

It's all part of the divide and conquer tactic of the ruling class. They finance most of the left and right wing movements, and anytime the people start to unite behind a movement that might topple the establishment either the socialists come out for the movement and alienate 2/3 of the people by associating it with modern liberalism, or if it has a libertarian motive the Christian Conservatives hijack it and alienate 2/3 of the people by associating the movement with modern conservatism/neo-conservatism. I'm sure many left wing groups will try to attach themselves to the OWS movement in an effort to profit from it, but in the end they will only destroy the movement and aid in maintaining the status quo. Happens every time.

Ron Paul supporters should resume lead of tea party movement.

Rather than palling around with commies.

Social conservatives are not our friends, but they share similar ideologies with us. Progressives, however, happen to agree with us for one thing or two for complete different reasons.

If Dr. Paul want to win more republican votes, the best move is to condemn OWS and its big government proposals. Standing firm for conservative values is why Cain is rising so fast. Spending too much time to make Ratigan and Stewart agree with us is exactly why we are still behind.

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Hmmmm

What happened to the speaking in short phrases and everyone else repeating thing? And what about "this isn't political" thing? I guess some groups are more "democratic" than others.

Undo what Wilson did

Interesting, I didn't realize

Interesting, I didn't realize it but you make some notable observations...

So? Ron Paul has

So? Ron Paul has neo-confederate and neo-nazi supporters. Means nothing about his overall message...

Plan for eliminating the national debt in 10-20 years:

Overview: http://rolexian.wordpress.com/2010/09/12/my-plan-for-reducin...

Specific cuts; defense spending: http://rolexian.wordpress.com/2011/01/03/more-detailed-look-a

What's wrong with neo-confederates?

Summary of neo-Confederate beliefs:

* Honor of the Confederacy and its veterans — Much of the Neo-Confederate movement is concerned with giving the proper due honor to the Confederacy itself, to the veterans of the Confederacy and Confederate veterans' cemeteries, to the various flags of the Confederacy, and to cultural Southern identity.[1]

* Economics — neo-Confederates usually advocate a free market economy which engages in significantly less taxation than currently found in the United States, and which does not revolve around fiat currencies such as the United States Dollar.[2]

* History — many neo-Confederates are openly critical of the presidency of Abraham Lincoln to varied degrees, and of the history of Reconstruction. Various authors have written critiques of Lincoln and the Union. Slavery is almost never defended, but it is usually denied as a primary cause of the American Civil War. Critics often accuse Neo-Confederates of "revisionism" and of acting as "apologists".[3]

* Culture — many neo-Confederates promote an unabashed Christian culture. They support, for example, public displays of Christianity, such as "Ten Commandments" monuments and displays of the Christian cross.[4] Almost all Neo-Confederates strongly support the right to keep and bear arms, present in both the United States Constitution and the Confederate States Constitution. Generally they oppose unmitigated illegal immigration of foreign nationals into Southern states.[5] Some Neo-Confederates view the Civil War as a conflict between a secular North and a Christian South.[6] Certain Neo-Confederates believe in a Celtic identity theory for residents of the South, with residents of the North being mostly English.[7]

* Secession — many neo-Confederates openly advocate the resecession of the Southern states and territories which comprised the old Confederate States of America. The League of the South, for example, promotes the "independence of the Southern people" from the "American empire".[2] Most neo-Confederate groups do not seek violent revolution, but rather an orderly separation, such as was done in the division of Czechoslovakia.[citation needed] Many Neo-Confederate groups have prepared for what they view as a possible collapse of the federal United States into its 50 separate states, much like the Soviet Union collapsed, and believe the Confederacy can be resurrected at that time.

* The Civil Rights Movement — some neo-Confederates adopt a paleoconservative or libertarian view of the Civil Rights Movement.[8]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neo-Confederate

I associate the positions you

I associate the positions you describe with people like the Sons of Confederate veterans, pro-Confederacy groups, etc. I associate neo-confederates with their white supremecy views that want all non-Whites expelled from this country.

The viewpoints you mentioned are all fine, and probably there are many I would agree with. However, I think the issue of historical revision is important. Southerners claim that contemporary education ("northern" education) teaches that slavery was the only cause for the civil war. No, they teach that slavery was a major cause of the civil war, along with tarrifs, economic differences, and general bad-blood caused by sectionalism. I think that is completely accurate. Pro-southern historians tend to downplay the role of slavery way too much.

On secession, I think that this is a radical view. It is one thing to say that states have the right to secede (which is a pretty radical view)....it is quite another to say that they should utilize that right in the current atmosphere. Very, very, VERY few Americans desire to secede from the country. Ron Paul does not wish to do that (which holds to my overall point of attaching views of supporters to the supported). Economically, there is no question that the North depends on the South...but if anything, the South depends more heavily on the North. There is much, much, MUCH more cultural similarity than there is dissimilarity.

Plan for eliminating the national debt in 10-20 years:

Overview: http://rolexian.wordpress.com/2010/09/12/my-plan-for-reducin...

Specific cuts; defense spending: http://rolexian.wordpress.com/2011/01/03/more-detailed-look-a

Not surprising and not

Not surprising and not appealing.

The more the merrier! What people fail to understand is that, we all as human beings have the same basic needs and wants. PERIOD.

Laying out facts that can only be true is quite deceiving sometimes, your statement changes nothing about the argument that all forms of collectivism are EVIL.

And to protect myself somewhat, as usual goodluck and be careful to those who REALLY understand Liberty and who chose to go to this events.

"Give me Liberty or give me death." Patrick Henry

When it's US versus THEM

No one wins except for those in power.

You have the right to separate yourself from you neighbors and only associate with the "PURE" libertists all you want.

I choose to take another route.

NeoCons continue to cherry-pick

OWS protesters in hopes of driving others away. Just like they destroyed Ron Paul's Tea Party. Notice how they avoid the hundreds of Ron Paul supporters, veterans and Independents that ARE part of OWS. This is their last hope folks, divide and conquer. Don't fall for it. Get to your local event, bring educational material and make some friends.

Ron Paul on Occupy Wall Street:
“But I think that the majority of them think government is the problem and taxes are too high and they know that the Federal Reserve plays a role in this, which, of course, is something I agree with.”

You created an account on this site

for the sole purpose of trying to persuade Paul supporters to join the socialist Occupy movement. Who is funding you? Tides Foundation?

lol

Now that's rich coming from someone calling themselves "Secret Agent from the New World Order"

"I have found that being rich is not about having the most but about needing the least"

That's a lame attack

Join the conversation. Who are YOU anyway? This a free market of ideas. Use your words to persuade, not to lob lame attacks on those you disagree with.

So, RON PAUL has fans ALL OVER the political spectrum...HOW IS THIS A BAD THING???

A Sad Bunch

Lost and can't find their way home. Their reaching for attention so they join the communist party. Lost.

"Occupy Wall Street: Communism's Clueless Foot Soldiers"
http://www.dailypaul.com/182910/occupy-wall-street-communism...

Occupy Chicago is awesome and full of

Ron Paul supporters. The communist folks are sweet. I think several generations of learning to depend on "government" has obviously shaped millions of Americans. We will need to create a transition that includes teaching each other how to be self-reliant. These folks have good hearts. It's funny. Many intentional communities start out "socialist" then transform into Republics, with the option of sharing resources. Have faith in the Liberty message. It will win in the end. Always does.

Ron Paul on Occupy Wall Street:
“But I think that the majority of them think government is the problem and taxes are too high and they know that the Federal Reserve plays a role in this, which, of course, is something I agree with.”

I agree!

It's funny how some around here want to make fun of non-libertarians and are so easy to write them off.

Especially when that's what people do to us RON PAUL supporters.

It's also funny that some people around here do not even want to befriend them or talk to them!

They're so warm and fuzzy!

Ya just gotta luv 'em!

Well, there is that little matter of them killing over 100 million people, setting up an entire slave nation bloc around the world, but maybe they just were having a bad century or something.

They are really just luvvy duvvy!

OMG you are kidding right?!

who exactly in the OWS crowd killed 100 million people?

Well, the communists did, of course.

And the ones there who align with communists all KNOW what communists are responsible for doing, and they willingly align with them anyway.

I would say the same if the Hitler Youth were down their marching around looking for their socialist hand-outs.
Because they are the same thing with different arm-bands.
Except that the commies were even worse.

now you are just being silly BigT

I'll try to reason with you, hopefully not in vain.

Let me ask you, Are you as an American responsible for killing 1 million Iraqi's? Or are the leaders who sent our military there responsible?

Yes, and so are you responsible.

And so are all the people at Occupy responsible. None of us stopped it.

The difference is that I don't go out of my way to support and claim affiliation with even more horrific tyrannical systems, and promote them to replace our current one.
One that is the total polar opposite of freedom.

But these OWS commies DO.

But they are luvvy duvvy fuzzy sweeties.

Just don't...

Just don't feed them after midnight and never ever get them wet.

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

Good advice.

!

So is the Star Trek Fan Club

and Mothers against Drunk Driving, PETA, Independent Grocers, Southern Baptist Association, Screen Actors Guild........

Are you sure about the

Are you sure about the Independent Grocers?

Good.

The more the merrier! What people fail to understand is that, we all as human beings have the same basic needs and wants. PERIOD.

It's just that the people that have Nothing want Something.

Those who have Some want to help those with Nothing, so long as the can keep their Something.

And those with Everything will do Anything to own those with Nothing and take Everything from those still holding on to Something.

The fact is that Ron Paul is THE only candidate that can bridge these gaps.

And YES, we NEED to embrace and be kind to anyone fighting for liberty peacefully, even if they choose to be Communist to gain the life they want. Everyone should have a voice in what this country is.

Personally I am attracted to Austrian Econ. and believe we should give it a try since both Communism and American Capitalism have been proven to be failures.

Just find some

good in their hearts and help their demonstration be successful.
They are just like us, dontcha know?
They just want communism because they are confused, and they are really libertarians in disguise, and are part of the "99%"

Won't you join them in the communizing of the nation?
Be sensitive to their needs and wants.