Communism, New York City and the Frankfurt School

Communism is alive and well in New York.  Like this fool who turns out for all the lefty protests:

Commie protesting Pamela Geller at the Stop the Mosque Rally on September 11, 2010.

For those of us who have faced off against the radical left here for years, it is painfully obvious.  For those who pooh pooh the notion that communism exists, take a lesson from the Russians who may know a thing or two about communism that you don’t:

Now how did this vile and evil ideology get a foothold in the land of capitalism and individual freedom?  Let Bill Whittle take you on a stroll through history:

Hat Tip:  Gateway Pundit who has more on the Russian report and notes:

For the record… Obama often attended the socialist lectures at Cooper Union in New York City during his time at Columbia University.

Videos of the commie ranting at different NYC events are here and here.

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  1. Bill Whittle’s “The Narative” was quite a classic: 13 minutes of rant about the REAL stuff going on, none of it important enough to actually support with cited fact. Given that one poses the question, “based on Whittle’s performance how do you rationally separate that with somebody who consciously made the whole thing up?”

    I suggest there’s no way to do that.

    Don’t get me wrong now. I’d like to see Whittle’s performance piece be widely viewed. It’s a great example of how the unsubstantiated rant forms the basis for that part of the political spectrum. It’s great original source material showing that the crowd inventing “pc” relies on nothing but the rant.




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