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INTERVIEW OF FORMER OBAMA CLASSMATE REVEALS THE PRESIDENT’S EARLY MARXIST YEARS………

For being one of the most recognized political figures in the world -the supposed author of two best selling autobiographies, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate and the head of his Democratic party that has a super majority in both houses of congress- you would think that Barack Hussein Obama would be pretty much an open book to the majority of his followers, and detractors, instead of man whose past consists largely of shadows and ghosts.
An enquiring mind would have to ask why would a man from Hawaii head for Occidental College that widely known at the time as the “Moscow” of Southern California, then proceed to graduate from Columbia University and Harvard Law School and then insist on keeping his scholastic records sealed. 
Those of us in the blogosphere that are interested in Obama’s political views that guided him during his formative years as a young man and later as an adult, will not be surprised by this latest revelation, in which an old classmate of Obama’s, a Dr.John Drew, in an interview by Paul Kengor on The Glen Meakem Show, reveals the hard leftist viewpoints of the current US president during his scholastic years, that might help explain why he’s so eager to have his all records under lock and key.

Dr.John Drew: I was a comrade, but I was more… the Frankfort School of Marxism at the time. I was, I felt like I was doing him a favor by pointing out that the Marxist revolution that he and Caroline and Shandu were hoping for was really kind of a pipe-dream. And that there was nothing in European history, or the history of developed nations, that would make that sort of fantasy, that Frank Marshall Davis fantasy of revolution, come true.


For those of you who are still not familiar with the Frankfort School, what Obama’s former ‘comrade’ is referring to, is a Marxist think thank founded prior to WW II to help formulate new Marxist policies to compete with the West on the ideological battlefield. The Marxist institution was responsible for creating and disseminating critical theory which forms the basis of Political Correctness, in which every aspect of Western society (only) is thoroughly scrutinized, delegitimized and attacked by this new ideology properly diagnosed as cultural Marxism.


When Dr.John Drew  said that he was “doing him (Obama) a favor by pointing out that the Marxist revolution that he (Obama) and Caroline and Shandu were hoping for was really kind of a pipe-dream.” he was merely pointing out what Adolf Hitler and other Marxists knew all along, that “class warfare” theory was bunk, and that Capitalism had won. 


Something else had to take the proletariat’s place, that’s what the Frankfurt School would promote, the rise of social/cultural issues, that would attack the West from every side, where class warfare theory failed, cultural Marxism (read Political Correctness would succeed). Cultural Marxism was born, and Political Correctness would be the means by which the West would be forced into accepting it.
Watch the video an learn, Frank Kitman has an excellent bio of it here.

 Link: The History of Political Correctness

Folks, the more you learn about Marxism, and about the people who promote it, albeit in different forms to make it more palatable, the more you will realize just how cunning (not smart, but cunning) the Left is. We have to first understand the enemy to defeat it, it’s the same in combating fundamentalist Islam as well as in fighting the Marxists, no matter what package they place their ideology in. KGS

Exclusive transcript: Obama at Occidental ‘was looking forward to an imminent… revolution, where the working class would overthrow the ruling class’

Q: …John, you had told me before, and I’m reading from my book, that “Obama was already an ardent Marxist in the fall of 1980 when I met him. I know it’s incendiary to say this, but although he said inDreams From My Father that he’d ‘hung out with Marxist professors’, he did not explain in that book or clarify is that he was 100% in total agreement with those professors.

A: Yeah, you’ve got that exactly right. Obama believed, at the time I met him, this was probably around Christmas time in 1980. I’d flown out on Christmas break from Cornell, where I was in grad school. And Obama was looking forward to an imminent social revolution, literally a movement where the working classes would overthrow the ruling class and institute a kind of socialist Utopia in the United States. I mean, that’s how extreme his views were his sophomore year of college.

…I was a comrade, but I was more… the Frankfort School of Marxism at the time. I was, I felt like I was doing him a favor by pointing out that the Marxist revolution that he and Caroline and Shandu were hoping for was really kind of a pipe-dream. And that there was nothing in European history, or the history of developed nations, that would make that sort of fantasy, that Frank Marshall Davis fantasy of revolution, come true.

Q: So you had a realistic sense that, even though you liked these ideas, that you knew they wouldn’t really work?

A: Right… [There were some] who were puzzled why they didn’t see Marx’s predictions come true, and weren’t interested in the role of psychology or false consciousness in preventing a revolution from happening. I was a card-carrying Marxist, but I was more of an east coast, Cornell University Marxist at that time.

Q: But Obama thought it was practical. He thought it could happen in America?

A: Oh, yeah! He thought I was a little reactionary… or insensitive to the coming needs of the revolution! He was full-bore, 100% into that very, kind of simple-minded Marxist revolutionary framework.

There’s lots more, Doug Ross has the rest…

3 Responses

  1. Great picture!

    The Americans who voted for Obama and who now regret it, have only themselves to blame.

    When it became apparent he was in with a chance of winning the Presidency, I immediately bought his book "Dreams of my Father".

    I read it in one day, and realised that he was a white hating Socialist/Communist, incriminated by his own words.

    The book was there for all to read, which is most unusual BEFORE a man has achieved anything. A few bucks and a few hours of research could have avoided the greatest political catastrophe to hit the US.

  2. ". . . that sort of fantasy, that Frank Marshall Davis fantasy of revolution, come true."

    Because there is no evidence that Davis had ANY "fantasy of revolution," this source has no more credibility than "Curveball," who provided bogus evidence of Iraqi mobile weapons labs.

    Davis's writings are widely available online. I encourage any person of integrity to find ANY primary source evidence that Davis had any "fantasy of revolution."

    Paul Kengor is a propagandist engaged in a disinformation campaign. He has a history of fabricating evidence against Davis, starting with his fraudulent claim that the NAACP's Roy Wilkins criticized Davis following the 1949 Honolulu NAACP incident (http://www.aim.org/guest-column/return-of-the-dupes-and-the-anti-anti-communists).

    Right-Wing Fantasyland powerhouse "Accuracy In Media" (AIM) posted four conflicting reports, each of which differently misrepresent the Congressional testimony of rookie Honolulu NAACP board member Edward Berman. Just like the Orwellian "Ministry of Truth," AIM has conducted a disinformation campaign against the Obama-Davis relationship, and even had the audacity to post Berman's testimony as Exhibit 4A of http://www.usasurvival.org/docs/hawaii-obama.pdf. Evidently AIM's Cliff Kincaid never thought anyone would take the time to actually READ Berman's testimony, because a simple comparison between the testimony and AIM reports reveals this misrepresentation.

    Analysis of Kengor's "Dupes" suggests that Kengor is still falsifying evidence against Davis. Fortunately, others are discovering Kengor's fraudulent research:

    [QUOTE]
    "That document ordered American comrades (like Davis, who, at that point, lived in Chicago), to go to Hawaii."

    The full text of the document is here [http://hawaiifreepress.com/main/DesktopModules/DnnForge%20-%20NewsArticles/Print.aspx?tabid=56&tabmoduleid=74&articleId=500&moduleId=380&PortalID=0]. It advises the "Hawaiian revolutionary movement" about political slogans and suitable demands.

    Would you be shocked to learn that there are NO INSTRUCTIONS ANYWHERE for the readers to move to Hawaii, i.e. Kengor is a barefaced liar?

    It begins with a preamble about "The growing discontent of the masses of the population in the Hawaiian Islands…" How, you might wonder, does Kenger distort this into "The document ordered American communists to claim there was a American communists to claim there was a 'growing discontent of the masses of the population…'"? I guess he lied again. It seems to be a compulsion, even about things that are easily checked with the Google.

    [END QUOTE (http://whiskeyfire.typepad.com/whiskey_fire/2010/10/dsouza-revsionism-already.html)]

    "Falsehoods not only disagree with truths, but usually quarrel among themselves." – Daniel Webster, American, Statesman Quotes

  3. Better get with the program, KGS:

    its no longer called 'Communism'.

    The politically correct term is "State Capitalism!"

    Add this to 'overseas contingency operations' and 'man made disasters' and what do you get?

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