Barack Hussein Obama was born in 1961, to a Communist mother. Ann Dunham was known as a radical leftist from childhood who hated Christianity, questioned the merits of capitalism, and asked, “What’s so bad about Communism?”
Ann Dunham’s father, Stanley Dunham, was also a Communist who enrolled Ann in a Communist sympathizing middle school and took the family to a Communist sympathizing church in the 1950s. The FBI had compiled a file on Grandpa Dunham because of his red activities.
While young Barack Obama was being raised by his grandparents in Hawaii during his teen years, Grandpa Dunham introduced Barack to staunch Communist Frank Marshall Davis. Davis is described by Obama in his book “Dreams from My Father” as a mentor he could always look to for answers. Davis was was a member of the Communist Party, a poet who routinely praised the Soviets in his writings, a pedophile, and a hater of Christianity and America. Communist Grandpa was good friends with Davis.
In college, Obama writes in his own words in “Dreams from My Father” that he sought out Marxist professors.
Dr. John Drew, who said he knew Obama while at Occidental College, stated that Obama was a staunch Marxist-Leninist while in college. Drew, a self admitted Marxist himself, called Obama “a Marxist revolutionary”, recalling that Obama routinely stated “there’s going to be a revolution.”
While at Colombia University in New York, Obama dated a girl named Genevieve Cook, who worked as a teacher at the Communist run ‘Brooklyn Friends School’.
During the 1990s, Obama was said to have attended several events by the Communist “New Party”, whose goal was to infiltrate the Democratic Party and move it further left towards Communist goals. Obama received their endorsement in 1996 while running for the Illinois state senate.
In 1998, Barack Obama sat on a panel for a Chicago play praising Communist Saul Alinsky.
Obama worked with and became close friends with self admitted Marxist revolutionary and terrorist Bill Ayers and his wife Bernardine Dohrn while in Chicago. The political career of Barack Obama was started with a kick off party in Ayers’s Chicago home.
At the Ayers home party, Obama was praised by predecessor Alice Palmer. Years before, Palmer had chosen young Obama to be her successor. Alice Palmer was an avid Communist who had previously attended Communist events in the Soviet Union, as well as writing for the CPUSA publication ‘People’s Weekly World.’ She was also a member of a Communist front group called “US Peace Council”.
Also attending at the Ayers home was Dr. Quentin Young, a long time friend of Obama. Young was a member of the Young Communist League in Chicago in the 1930s, and involved in various Communist groups up until the 1980s.
In 2004, Barack Obama campaigned for and endorsed Congressman Danny Davis, once saying “he shares our values.” Coincidentally, Davis was also a member of the Communist ‘New Party’ and was filmed as recently as 2012 receiving awards from the Communist Party of the USA.
In 2008, The Communist Party of the United States actively campaigned for Barack Obama in the presidential race.
In 2008, following Obama’s victory in the Democratic caucus in Iowa, Frank Chapman, also a member of CPUSA’s front group “US Peace Council” wrote a glowing praise for Obama in People’s Weekly World. In it he described how Obama’s victory would “usher in a new era of struggle”, much in the way Marx intended.
During the campaign in 2008, self proclaimed Communist Mike Klonsky was given a “social justice” blog on the official Obama campaign website. Klonsky was and is an avid Communist who previously visited Communist China in 1971 and was involved in multiple Communist-Leninist organizations throughout the 1960s and 1970s. Also a close friend of Bill Ayers, Klonsky’s groups were funded to a sum of nearly 2 million dollars by Obama and Ayers through the Chicago Annenberg Challenge.
Obama’s car and manufacturing czar, John Bloom, stated in 2009 that “we kind of agree with Mao” and that “the free market is nonsense.”
Obama’s White House communications director, Anita Dunn, also resigned in 2009 over a controversy surrounding her comments that Mao was her favorite philosopher who “I turn to most”. Dunn also quoted Mao during her career ending speech.
In 2009, it was also reported that a seemingly harmless Christmas ornament on the Obama White House Christmas tree featured, of all people, Mao.
In 2009, Obama appointed Carol Browner as his energy czar. Browner was previously a commissioner for the international Communist-lite group Socialist International.
Obama’s science czar, John Holdren, worked for The Bulletin of Nuclear Sciences, which also employed several communists. Holdren, among other things, supports the idea of forced abortions and mass sterilization to quell rising populations.
In 2010, Obama appointed Communist Donald Berwick as the head of Medicare and Medicaid.
The 2012 Obama reelection campaign decided to use the traditional Communist term “Forward” as their official slogan. The term “forward” is rooted in Communist propaganda lore in European Communist organizations including Karl Marx’s newspaper, as well as Soviet Russia and Communist China throughout the 1900s.
Also in 2012, the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) has officially endorsed Obama again.
Not to be outdone, Obama’s long time political adviser, David Axelrod, also has ties to Communists, being influenced and funded by Communist Party members during his college years in Chicago.
Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett’s father in law, Vernon Jarrett, coincidentally worked with Obama’s old childhood Communist mentor Frank Marshall Davis during the 1940s in various Communist organizations.
But wait, this is all coincidence right? You see, many write off accusations of Obama being a Communist as “radical” or extreme. But in reality, calling Barack Obama a Communist really makes a lot of sense if you look at his history, his beliefs, and those he surrounds himself with.
3 words: CONNECT THE DOTS.
Just another Democrat? I think not.
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