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Marxism in America Part II - Ideal Communism vs Actual Communism
Lt. Gen. (Ret.) W.G. (Jerry) Boykin
Friday, February 10, 2012

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Marxism in America Part II - Ideal Communism vs Actual

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Gen. Boykin's series on Marxism in America,

As we approach the possible re-election of a totally unvetted US President, the General's series is very poignant, and contains the absolutely essential knowledge one must have in order to see clearly the source and derivation of Obama's agenda. What is tragic is that Obama gave Americans every indication of what he ultimately intended to do in the run-up to the first election. His rhetoric was laced through and through with Marxist ideology and slogans, and, thanks to three decades of social and historical revisionism in all public education ( with no small thanks to general political correctness), few could/would recognize it. Even fewer in the media, including Fox news, then and now, will forthrightly call it for what it is, communist dogma. General Boykin made excellent points about CPUSA in the l950s, but the administration was permeated with communist cells long before then. I recommend the book by former communist Whittaker Chambers, Witness, which deals with Chambers' role in the trial of Alger Hiss. It is extremely revealing to read of the depth to which the communist apparatus had invaded our government in the 30s and 40s. To address my point about the lack of vetting of Obama, I recommend the well-researched book by Aaron Klein, Manchurian President. In view of Obama's upbringing, and those with whom Obama has surrounded himself, his devotion to Marxism is not surprising. There is much, much more to be discovered and revealed about this apostle of Marx and Engels.

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