Obama's Socialist Pals Van Jones



“I felt like I was at a tea party for Socialists.”

Folks just keep in mind that this is a man Obama though worthy enough to advise him, before his audacious statements became too much of an embarrassment that he was eventually sent packing. I have been warning/predicting to my readers in the US for a long time now, of the outbreak of violence being planned this Spring/Summer by hard-core Leftists.

If you follow the rhetoric of the principal players, the meetings that they supervise or speak at, the high profile visibility of the socialists at street protests and their training seminars being promoted at them, you will realize just what exactly is in store this election cycle.

BREITBART: There were about 35 people there. We met in a building on campus. Two women appeared to be in their early twenties, one was African American. One man that co-led the event appeared to be around thirty. Everyone else seemed to be fifty- to sixty-year old white people. I felt like I was at a tea party for Socialists. 

I am a 54-year-old conservative trying not to look too conspicuous. Keeping my mouth shut was really tough.

It started off as most of these things do, with introductions around the room. Four of the people were professors from colleges in other towns. One said he also wrote for a Socialist paper, and had been active in the Wisconsin protests. One of the most outspoken and zealous participants was a man who said he was the head of the social justice committee in his church.

Hand outs were distributed and you can find the PDF copies online at this link:


We started out by writing on these posters about who we were as people, what was our personal struggle, what did we want to change, how did we want our future to be. At the end, the leaders took some information from the posters and started to compile “A Story of Us.”

It began by saying we are Americans that are concerned about..then it was interrupted by several of the professors who objected to use of the term”Americans.” They preferred to just be “people”. The leader continued and was stopped again at a passage that said “freedom and rights.” The Socialist math professor said freedom was an overused word and it didn’t have much truth in its meaning. They decided “rights” would be okay to leave in, but insisted we added (the talking point) “people not profits.”

More here.

NOTE: In a recent panel on a TV talk show, Van Jones insisted that he left his ”radical-ness”   from his college days. He was clearly lying.

One Response

  1. And if you try it, what happened at Kent State after we’re finished with you and your tribe of animals, will also “look tame!”

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