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The Communist Infiltration of America Was Prophesied!

The Communist Infiltration of America Was Prophesied!

As Hitler’s forces rampaged across Europe during World War II, the world’s greatest capitalist nation, America, entered into a “Strange Alliance” with Britain, the greatest colonial power, and the Soviet Union, the greatest communist state. During this time a peculiar phenomenon occurred across America. A popular wave of emotional fervor for the Soviet Union surged through the nation. Influential men, magazines and newspapers began literally fawning over Josef Stalin.

President Franklin Roosevelt even went as far to release Communist Party, USA leader Earl Browder from prison as a means to promote “national unity” between American Communists and the general public.

During this time of trial and confusion, however, the strong voice of Herbert W. Armstrong warned the nation that both fascism and communism presented a threat to the American way of life.

Just as he warned that a fascist revival of the Holy Roman Empire would invade America if it turned away from God, he also warned that America’s rejection of God would allow communism to weaken the country to where it could be invaded!

“Communism is a worldwide political movement, organized inside many countries,” wrote Mr. Armstrong in the April-May, 1944 edition of the Plain Truth. “From official communist literature, anyone can learn, if he wishes to know the truth, that Communism is a plan, in action, for the violent overthrow of capitalism and the Capitalistic Governments. And capitalism means Democracy, since it is the Democracies who control more than two-thirds of the world’s capital.”

During and after the Second World War, Mr. Armstrong dogmatically proclaimed the Biblical truth that Russia would not attack America militarily before the return of Christ. Instead, he revealed that Russia would wage a psychological warfare of propaganda, infiltration, subversion and demoralization against us. The Communist Russians would attack “our minds, our moral and spiritual values, rather than our bodies and our earthly possessions.”

“What we fail to grasp, in the struggle with Russia, is this: We are not fighting a single nation in a military war, but a gigantic worldwide, plainclothes army, masquerading as a political party, seeking to conquer the world with an entirely new kind of warfare,” Mr. Armstrong wrote in 1956 booklet, 1975 in Prophecy.

“It’s a kind of warfare we don’t understand, or know how to cope with. It uses every diabolical means to weaken us from within, sapping our strength, perverting our morals, sabotaging our educational system, wrecking our social structure, destroying our spiritual and religious life, weakening our industrial and economic power, demoralizing our armed forces, and finally, after such infiltration, overthrowing our government by force and violence! All this, cleverly disguised as a harmless political party! communism is worldwide psychological warfare!”

Pointing to the scriptures, Mr. Armstrong warned of a time when end-time Israel (particularly Britain and America) would become “mixed up” ideologically “with foreigners.” In particular, he pointed to Hosea 7:8-13, a passage warning that Britain and America would “to seek alliances with foreign nations, forsaking God.” He further revealed how this passage shows these foreign alliances would “eat away” America’s strength “unknown to him.”

History and current events have since shown that America’s dalliance with Russian-style communism has to pervert its morals, weakening its economic power and eaten away its strength. This is a tragic story, but America was warned!

The First Stage of Ideological Subversion

Thirty-six years after Mr. Armstrong first started warning American radio audiences about Communism in 1934, kgb Agent Yuri Bezmenov defected from the Soviet Union and escaped to Canada. After his defection, Bezmenov went to great lengths to warn the people of America that they were AT WAR with communism. Like Mr. Armstrong said, this was not a war of guns and tanks, but of ideological subversion!

According to Bezmenov, the subversion for foreign nations was so important to the Soviet kgb that most of their resources were allocated to it. “Only about 15 percent of time, money, and manpower is spent on espionage as such,” he explained in an interview with G. Edward Griffin. “The other 85 percent is a slow process which we call either ideological subversion or ‘active measures’ ….”

Ideological subversion, Bezmenov said, is a long-term process involving four stages: 1) Demoralization, 2) Destabilization, 3) Crisis and 4) Normalization.

The first of these states, demoralization, is a re-education program designed to “change the perception of reality of every American to such an extent that despite the abundance of information, no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interest of defending themselves, their families, their community, and their country.”

“It takes about 15 to 20 years to demoralize a nation,” Bezmenov wrote in his book, Love Letter to America. “Why that many (or few)? Simple: this is the minimum number of years needed to ‘educate’ one generation of students in a target country (America, for example) and expose them to the ideology of the subverter.”

Such Soviet re-education methods took deep root in America during the 1960s and 1970s. Bezmenov warned that kgb agents and their socialistic ‘fellow-travelers’ would use abstract art, perverted music, pornographic images, homosexual rights, racist politics, pacifist foreign policy and socialist economics to demoralize America.

Mr. Armstrong also warned of this infiltration of American!

“I was saying over the air, and writing, back in 1934, that the Communist unwavering strategy was, as a first offensive toward world domination, propaganda,” he wrote in a 1980 edition of the Worldwide News. “They began sowing the seeds of their communist atheistic education all over the United States—especially among college professors and students.”

“They invaded American university campuses, full force,” he continued “and the U.S. universities trustingly let them in.”

Seeing the bigger picture, Mr. Armstrong warned that demoralization tactics originated from a higher source than Karl Marx or the kgb. “Communism is the devil’s effort, thru his demon-inspired human tool, to take from us this greatest national and economic blessing God ever conferred on any people,” he wrote in 1949. Even though the Soviet Union fell before its subversion efforts could progress to the stage of “destabilization” and “crisis,” the effects of Satan-inspired psychological demoralization tactics are still very much alive in America today!

The Corruption of Modern America Education

Earl Browder, Communist Party, USA (cpusa) head from 1930 to 1945, boasted about the success of American Communism under his leadership.

“Entering the 1930’s as a small ultra-left sect of some 7,000 members, remnant of the fratricidal factional struggle of the 1920’s that had wiped out the old ‘left wing’ of American socialism, the CP

[cpusa] rose to become national political influence far beyond its numbers (at its height it never exceeded 100,000 members), on a scale never before reached by a socialist movement claiming the Marxist tradition,” he wrote in 1960. “It became a practical power in organized labor, its influence became strong in some state organizations of the Democratic Party (even dominant in a few for some years), and even some Republicans solicited its support.”

After the collapse of the Soviet, documents from the Soviet archives revealed the Communist Party, USA received two to three million dollars a year for the Kremlin to further is subversion activities!

Most of the efforts put for by the Kremlin, the U.S. Communist Party and their “fellow travelers” went not toward traditional espionage, but toward the infiltration of American education. According to Yuri Bezmenov, the main methods of Soviet demoralization were: student exchanges with Moscow, the flooding of college campuses with Marxist literature, international seminars with Soviet participation, the infiltration of universities with radical leftists (often unknowingly under the guidance of kgb subverters), the establishment of communist staffed newspapers and the organization of ‘study groups’ to disseminate Soviet propaganda.

“Before World War ii the Communist Party in the United States was making great headway,” wrote Mr. Armstrong in the April 1980 Plain Truth.

“They began infiltrating the colleges and universities. If they could not “convert” professors, they worked on students who would become teachers later. Thus they were recruiting teachers to teach their doctrine all over the United States.”

According to a former staff director of a Senate investigations subcommittee, in the years between 1935 and 1953, the Communist Party “enlisted the support of at least thirty-five hundred professors—many of them as dues paying members, many others as fellow travelers, some as out-and-out espionage agents, some as adherents of the Party line in varying degrees, and some as the unwitting dupes of subversion.” (American Mercury, May, 1953, “Communism and the Colleges,” by J. B. Matthews.)

The ultimate goal of communism is a “utopian” society where every individual is run by completely reliant on society (as the Communist Party). This is why the Marxist-Leninist concept of education emphasizes “mass character” and “collectivism” over “individual abilities.” For a collectivist society to truly succeed, it needs more than a generation of people who don’t want to support themselves, it needs a generation of people who cannotsupport themselves!

This is the direction America is going. In the words of kgb defector Yuri Bezmenov, “The American romance with state-run education as encouraged by kgb subverters has already produced generations of graduates who cannot spell, cannot find Nicaragua on a world map, cannot think creatively and independently. I wonder if Albert Einstein would have arrived at his Theory of Relativity if he had been educated in one of today’s American public schools. Most likely he would have ‘discovered’ marijuana and variant methods of sexual intercourse instead.”

Wrecking the Economy

“Communism, of course, is many things,” wrote Mr. Armstrong in the February 1962 Plain Truth. “It is a doctrine. It is a revolutionary program. It is relentless class war. It is a radical philosophy of history. It is a radical philosophy of society. It is a social system. It is an economic system. It is a political strategy. It is a world conspiracy.”

As “an economic system,” communism pits the poorer classes against those who have been economically more successful by calling for the redistribution of wealth from the property-owning class to the wage-labor class. To accomplish this redistribution of wealth, Karl Marx wrote in The Communist Manifesto that private land ownership must be abolished, a heavily progressive income tax must be instituted, and that all factories and financial institutions must be nationalized.

The mantra of Marxist economics is: “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need.” In other words, the wealth of those with more “ability” is redistributed to those with more “need.”

This slogan runs in direct contradiction to Jesus Christ’s Parable of the Pounds (Luke 19:12-27), wherein each of Christ’s servants is rewarded differently based how much they actually produced with what they were given.

The main reason Marxism doesn’t work is that human beings lack the incentive to work when they don’t receive the full benefits of their labor. The Soviet Union fell because of Russia’s enthusiastic embrace of Marxist-Leninist economics. As Russian economist Grigory Yavlinsky, an advisor to Soviet President Gorbachev, once said: “The Soviet system is not working because the workers are not working.”

One anonymous Soviet citizen supposedly was even more succinct, saying, “They pretend to pay us and we pretend to work.”

Despite the economic disaster the befell the Soviet Union, and Herbert Armstrong’s numerous warnings, a shocking number of American economists still cling to this socialist movement with Marxist traditions.

Born in Canada, to Russian immigrant parents, Frances Fox Piven grew up to become a member of the Democratic Socialist of America and an influential social economist at Columbia University in Chicago. Along with her long-time collaborator and future husband, Richard Cloward, she authored an article in the Nation magazine entitled, The Weight of the Poor: A Strategy to End Poverty.

In the article, Cloward and Piven advocated a strategy to overload the U.S. welfare system as a means to create an economic crisis that would force the U.S. government to implement a constitutionally guaranteed minimum income for all citizens. “It is our purpose to advance a strategy which affords the basis for a convergence of civil rights organizations, militant anti-poverty groups and the poor,” they write. “If this strategy were implemented, a political crisis would result that could lead to legislation for a guaranteed annual income and thus an end to poverty.”

To finance this guaranteed income, the authors admit that “major economic reforms” at the federal level would be needed to facilitate “outright redistribution of income.”

The critics of this strategy have labeled it as Marxist economics. Piven, however, doesn’t seem to be offended by this accusation. “Our model could be the Manifesto,” she said in a 2009 speech on labor unions. “But The ManifestoThe Communist Manifesto, was really too general for the purposes that we have, that we need, to put the strategic work to today.” She then continues to explain the specifics of how to implement “income redistribution” in the modern age.

In comments made three years later to describe the Occupy Wall Street movement, Piven said: “There is room for all of us. Religious leftists, people who think peace is the answer, those who think that wholesome food is what we really need, ecologists and old-fashioned Democrats, Democratic Socialists, Socialists and Communists.”

Such openly communist rhetoric about income redistribution should be alarming, because the end-result of communist tactics is rarely peaceful. As Fred Schwartz writes in his 1961 book, You Can Trust the Communists: “Communism is, in essence, the technique of securing power by promising the immediate fulfillment of the dearest ambitions of the populace, and retaining power by the efficient use of force.”

Plus, Frances Fox Piven is not a fringe economist in American society. Along with the late Richard Cloward, she was a renounces socialist professor at Columbia University who helped mentor an entire generation of students. Through her work with the Democratic Socialist of America, she also helped found the socialist New Party in 1990s Chicago—a party that had played an influential role in launching the political career of President Barack Obama.

Herbert Armstrong warned, however, that communist economics would sap America’s strength and weaken its economic power. “Satan is not a visible red devil with tail, horns, and a pitchfork,” he wrote in the October 1951 Plain Truth. “The real Satan is invisible. The world doesn’t see him or recognize his works…It doesn’t grasp the diabolical deception of Communism—Satan’s economic delusion, employing propaganda based on false economies as its first arm of attack….”

The Marxist Plot to Abolish the Family

Herbert Armstrong warned that communism subversion would use “every diabolical means” to pervert “our morals,” wreck “our social structure” and destroy “our spiritual and religious life.”

Perhaps the most “diabolical” of these means is the Marxist plot to destroy the family! In the founding document of communism, The Communist Manifesto, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels scoff at the very idea of the “bourgeois family.”

In the second chapter of this work, Marx and Engels say that the “family” is but a capitalist institution based “on private gain.” They say that “marriage” is but the “hypocritical” concealment of private prostitution. The authors both hoped and predicted that both “bourgeois family” and “bourgeois marriage” would vanish with the vanishing of private capital.

“The modern individual family is founded on the open or concealed domestic slavery of the wife, and modern society is a mass composed of these individual families as its molecules,” Engels wrote in The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State. “In the great majority of cases today…the husband is obliged to earn a living and support his family, and that in itself gives him a position of supremacy. Within the family, he is the bourgeois and the wife represents the proletariat.”

To undermine the position of male “supremacy” and end “domestic slavery,” Engels advocated the “abolition of the monogamous family as the economic unit of society and the bringing of the “whole female sex back into the public industry.” Once the “means of production” came into common ownership, he wrote, private housekeeping would be “transformed into a social industry” and the education of children would “becomes a public affair.”

In summary, The Communist Manifesto and the other writing of Marx and Engels call for a working class revolution that would seize all political power from “the bourgeoisie” and centralize all means of production under a dictatorship of the proletariat. For this dictatorship to be supreme, the individual loyalties fostered by the family unit must be abolished!

After the Bolshevik Revolution, Vladimir Lenin and his comrades dealt a severe blow to marriage in traditionally religious Russia. Through the radical liberalization of divorce laws and the institution of secular “red weddings,” the divorce rate skyrocketed to levels unseen in human history. Marx, Lenin, Stalin and their successors in the Soviet Comintern demanded that this communist philosophy is exported in a global revolution!

Throughout the 1960s (and into the ’70s) Soviet front groups were working feverishly throughout America to boost the destruction of traditional marriage in the West. One fbiinformant, Larry Grathwohl, penetrated the revolutionary communist group, Weather Underground. After palling around with Bill Ayers, Bernardine Dohrn and their crew for months, Grathwohl wrote his report, “Bringing Down America: An FBI Informer with the Weathermen.” The report reveals that the Weather Underground network was determined to abolishing monogamous marriage, which they viewed as a repressive remnant of male and white supremacy.

In his book, The Naked Communist, author Willard Cleon Skousen identified 45 Communist goals for the ideological subversion of the United States.

These goals were read on the floor of Congress on January 10, 1963. Advancing the attempt to destroy the “the bourgeoisie family” and “monogamous marriage,” these goals call for: discrediting the family as an institution (#40), encouraging promiscuity and easy divorce (#40), emphasizing the need to raise children away from the negative influence of parents (#41), promoting pornography (#25) and presenting homosexuality as “normal, natural, healthy” (#26).

Under the influence of Marxist philosophy and Soviet subversion tactics, American educators have spent decades trumpeting sexual liberation, militant feminism, and homosexual rights. All this has been done underneath the banner of freedom, but the truth is that these movements have only served as “Trojan Horses” in a much more sinister plot to abolish marriage and destroy the nuclear family!

In Karl Marx’ own words: “Communism abolishes eternal truths, it abolishes all religion, and all morality, instead of constituting them on a new basis; it, therefore, acts in contradiction to all past historical experience.”

Or in Mr. Armstrong’s words, “Communist is the VULTURE of decadent, dying politics, religion, and society.” (November 24, 1967 Co-Worker Letter)

Herbert Armstrong elaborated in a 1979 World Tomorrow television broadcast. “Now, Satan has a kingdom, he’s the god of the world and he’s the invisible ruler of the world and the whole world is under his sway, by God’s permission,” he said. “Satan can’t do anything God does not permit because high above all rule is that of God and God is permitting certain things for a reason that we learn by experience.”

“Alright, Jesus said, ‘If a kingdom be divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand’—and that’s a good thing to remember. If the United States gets divided too much between the idea of freedom and the idea of Communism, this country could not stand.” Now, 35 years later, it is evident that the United States is very much divided between the “the idea of freedom and the idea of Communism.”

Because the American people rejected God and allowed Satan-inspired communist philosophy to creep into the nation, God is going to allow America to learn the natural consequences of broken law from this experience!

Frank Marshall Davis and Chicago-Style Communism

Early on in the Second World War, while Herbert Armstrong was warning about the dangers of Soviet psychological subversion, a black American named Frank Marshall Davis joined the Communist Party, USA (cpusa) to become member #47544.

After joining the cpusa, Davis hooked up with the American Peace Mobilization group—which Congress identified as “one of the most notorious and blatantly communist fronts ever organized in this country.” Along with fellow Chicagoan Robert Taylor, Davis worked with the American Peace Mobilization front in a push to keep America out of the war against Nazi Germany. At this point, Hitler had signed a pact with Stalin, and loyal American communists were expected to back Stalin.

After the end of World War ii, Davis continued supporting Stalin as the editor-in-chief of the Chicago Star—a communist front publication with the stated purpose of promoting a “policy of cooperation and unity between Russia and the United States.”

In his columns, Davis argued that U.S. President Harry Truman was a fascist, racist, and imperialist. He portrayed U.S. leaders as “aching for an excuse to launch a nuclear nightmare of mass murder and extermination” against the Soviets and Chinese. He criticized Washington for handing West Germany back to the Nazis, but claimed Stalin was pursuing “democracy” in East Germany and the Soviet Bloc.

In the mind of Frank Marshall Davis, the greatest threat to the world was not the Soviet menace, but “Anglo-American imperialist domination.”

On the domestic front, in addition to wording with Robert Taylor in the American Peace Mobilization group, Davis worked with Vernon Jarrett in a push to nationalize the meat industry and with Senator Claude “Red” Pepper in a push to nationalize the healthcare industry. Jarrett was a member of the communist-controlled Packinghouse Workers Unionand Pepper’s chief of staff, who wrote his proposed healthcare bill, was Charles Kramer—also known under the KGB codename “mole.”

According to Dr. Paul Kengor, a professor at Grove City College who recently wrote a book on communism in Chicago, Davis also worked with Harry and David Canter—two other Chicagoans who taught together at another communist-front group, the Abraham Lincoln School. Harry Canter, David’s father, worked for Stalin’s government in Moscow as an official translator of Lenin’s writings before moving to Chicago. David followed in his communist father’s footsteps, to the point where a 1970 congressional report on subversive organizations referenced him 25 times.

In his posthumously published memoir Livin’ the Blues, Davis admitted that he worked with all sorts of left-wing groups in Chicago in the period between 1935 to 1948. “I worked with all kinds of groups,” he wrote. “I made no distinction between those labeled Communist, Socialist or merely liberal. My sole criterion was this: ‘Are you with me in my determination to wipe out white supremacy?’”

While such talk of equality appealed to many, during this same time period Herbert Armstrong was warning that communist “equality” was only a means to an end. “As fostered by the Soviet Union,” Mr. Armstrong wrote in 1949, “Communism is launched as a world-wide class struggle, pitting the poorer class against those who have been economically more successful, arousing class prejudice, stirring up race hatreds. While they pretend to stand for peace, they engender only strife, and they feed like a vulture on poverty, discontent, discouragement, confusion, and chaos.”

While Davis claimed to fight for racial equality, he praised Stalin’s Soviet Union as an example of a society with “equality regardless of color or race, and human dignity for all.” No mention was ever made of the 3.3 million people Stalin deported to concentration camps in Siberia and Central Asia between 1941 and 1949 for the crime of disagreeing with his brand of socialist economics. By some estimates, up to 43 percent of those in these resettlement camps died of diseases and malnutrition.

After moving from Chicago to Honolulu in 1948, David took up a position as a columnist for the Honolulu Record, published by the communist-controlled International Longshore and Warehouse Union. Here in Honolulu, Davis continued his life-long interest in pornography. In a surviving portion of an autobiographical manuscript, he confirmed his authorship of Sex Rebel—an account of his experiences in pornography, bisexuality and the seduction of a teenage girl named Anne.

Apparently, his study into communism’s anti-religious, anti-moral philosophy affected more than just his outlook on economics and racial politics. He was also deeply influenced by the anti-family views of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. Just as Herbert Armstrong predicted, America’s dalliance with communist philosophy was perverting moral standards across the nation!

An Unlikely Troika Comes to Washington D.C.

In addition to writing for the Honolulu Record, Frank Marshall Davis also established an important personal relationship while in Hawaii.

According to Gerald Horne, a member of the board for a cpusa theoretical journal, Davis eventually “befriended another family—a Euro-American family—that had migrated to Honolulu from Kansas and a young woman from this family eventually had a child with a young student from Kenya East Africa who goes by the name of Barack Obama, who retracing the steps of Davis eventually decamped to Chicago.”

The introduction of nine-year-old Barack Obama to 65-year-old Frank Marshall Davis in 1970 was witnessed by neighbor Dawna Weatherly-Williams. Weatherly-Williams told the London Telegraph that this introduction was arranged by Obama’s white grandfather, who was seeking a black-male role model for his grandson.

Obama’s maternal half-sister, Maya Kassandra Soetoro-Ng, told Associated Press that her grandfather saw Davis as “a point of connection, a bridge if you will, to the larger African-American experience for my brother.”

Over the decade following this meeting, Davis and the young Obama met many times, often for hours at a time and late into the night. In his memoirs, Dreams from My Father, Obama refers to Davis literally dozens of times. Throughout the book, Obama notes how Davis offered him advice at several life-changing levels: on race, on college, on women, on his mind, on his attitudes, on life, etc…

The influence Davis had on Obama, however, extends beyond mentoring and advice. As recounted by Horne, Obama eventually retraced “the steps of Davis” to Chicago.

While in college, Obama wrote that he went out of his way to seek out Marxist influence. “To avoid being mistaken for a sellout, I chose my friends carefully,” he wrote in Dreams from My Father. “The more politically active black students. The foreign students. The Chicanos. The Marxist professors and structural feminists and punk-rock performance poets….we were resisting bourgeois society’s stifling constraints.”

After graduating from Columbia University in 1983, Obama moved to Chicago to take up a position as a community organizer. For three years, June 1985 to May 1988, he worked as executive director of the Developing Communities Project. At the end of this stint, Chicago businessman Thomas Ayers included Obama in his newly founded community advocacy coalition, the Alliance for Better Chicago Schools.

The link between Obama and Thomas Ayers is interesting because Ayers was a rumored friend of Frank Davis and the confirmed father of Bill Ayers—unrepentant terrorist and co-founder of the revolutionary group, Weather Underground.

Bill Ayers was assigned as Obama’s primary contact in the abc Coalition!

Also connected to the Ayers family is Barbara Taylor Bowman—the daughter of Robert Taylor, a Frank Marshall Davis associate in the American Peace Mobilization front. She served with Tom Ayers in the Erikson Institute, a group focusing on training people to work in early childhood development. Her daughter, Valerie Bowman (later a senior presidential advisor to Barack Obama), married William Jarrett, son of Vernon Jarrett—another Frank Marshall Davis associates at the communist Chicago Defender.

It was this Valerie Bowman Jarrett who hired Obama’s fiancé Michelle to work as an aide to Chicago Mayor Richard Daley in the summer of 1991. It was also Valerie Jarrett who, according to the New York Times, took the couple “under her wing, introduced them to a wealthier and better-connected Chicago than their own, and eventually secured contacts and money essential to Obama’s long-shot Senate victory.”

As an interesting aside, Obama’s Illinois state senate campaign was launched in Bill Ayers’ living room at the behest of Alice Palmer—former Illinois state senator and member of the U.S. Peace Council.

According to the FBI, the U.S. Peace Council was created by the Communist Party and was launched as the U.S. section of the Soviet-controlled World Peace Council.

In addition to being supported by Bill Ayers, Valerie Jarrett and Alice Palmer; Obama’s 1996 Illinois Senate campaign was endorsed by the socialist New Party. As mentioned earlier, this party was deeply influenced by the economic philosophy of social economist Frances Fox Piven, who purported to overload the U.S. welfare system as a means of facilitating an economic crisis that would force the government into accepting a constitutionally guaranteed minimum income for all citizens.

Topping all this off is Obama’s connection to David Axelrod (later a senior campaign manager for Obama). He was a New Yorker who came to Chicago in the 1970s to go to college. According to Dr. Paul Kengor, after he started working for a small political publication called the Hyde Park Herald, Axelrod caught the attention of David Canter—yet another Frank Marshall Davis associate. The communist Canters mentored Axelrod for years before he met Obama in 1992, when a Chicago Democrat introduced them.

So, in summary, Frank Marshall Davis mentored Barak Obama. Davis worked with Robert Taylor and Vernon Jarret, who became the grandfather and grandfather-in-law to Valerie Jarrett. Davis also worked with Harry and David Canter, whose family mentored David Axelrod.

All of these individuals, plus Alice Palmer and the communist Ayers family, established a direct connection between 1940s Chicago communism and the Obama Administration of today!

Valerie Jarrett is currently a senior adviser to President Obama and David Axelrod is a senior Obama Administration campaign manager. “Today, the political children of Frank Marshall Davis and the Canters and Robert Taylor and Vernon Jarrett inhabit the White House,” writes Dr. Paul Kengor in an American Spectator article. “In their wildest dreams, the old Chicago comrades could not have imagined Americans in November 2008 and 2012 placing this unlikely troika at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.”

The Communist Party, USA (cpusa) endorsed both the 2008 and 2012 Obama Presidential Campaigns.

Supporting this communist-endorsed troika are 76 members of the House of Representatives who belong to the Congressional Progressive Caucus. The cpusa has publicly referred to those in the Progressive Caucus as its ideological allies. Such a shocking infiltration of the government could never have happened if America’s citizens clung to God’s law and rejected Marxist-Leninist subversion!

Considering the communist roots and lawless policies of the current administration, it is clear that the constitutional foundations of America are in grave danger.

“The goal of Communism was not to secure a president exercising constitutional power,” wrote Fred Schwartz in You Can Trust the Communists. “It was not to appoint the cabinet officers such as the Secretary of State or Defense. The appointment of the judges was not their avowed objective. The purpose was to destroy utterly the constitution, the legislative system, the judicial system, and administrative system, to wipe out the State and build a new one in a totally different form.”

Herbert Armstrong warned the year after Frank Marshall Davis moved to Hawaii that: “Communism is the devil’s effort, thru his demon-inspired human tools, to take from us this greatest national and economic blessing God ever conferred on any people.”

Looking at America today, you have to admit once again that He Was Right!

Reported by: The Trumpet. com

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