Globalization's False Opposition: A Coalition of Radical Subversives Led by the Communist Party Is Spearheading a Deceptive Campaign to Empower the UN and Its Global Institutions. (Deception and Subversion)
Jasper, William F., The New American
On April 20th-23rd tens of thousands of radical activists converged on Washington, D.C. It was the latest in a string of street theater extravaganzas demonstrating the revolutionary pincer strategy of "pressure from above" and "pressure from below" being employed to systematically dismantle our constitutional safeguards, undermine national sovereignty, and transfer billions of dollars to international institutions. According to the Establishment media, the protesters who converged on D.C., estimated at 50,000-70,000 strong, were mostly determined idealists, opposed to globalization, the war on terrorism, and U.S. Middle East policies.
In truth, the motley mob of militants was led by a coalition spearheaded by the Communist Party, USA and a coterie of veteran extremists hardwired into the global terror network (as well as the Soviet KGB and Cuban DGI) for decades. Most important -- and completely unmentioned in the major media reports -- is that these street radicals provided the pressure, public distraction, and political camouflage necessary for their supposed opponents at the World Bank to launch a global socialist program in the name of education and yet another bailout of the "former" Soviet Union. While pretending to oppose globalization, the Communist Party leadership and other leaders of the radical Left are agitating incessantly for the ultimate globalization: the transfer of ever more and more power and money to the United Nations and its global institutions.
Reds at the Helm
The marches and protests accompanying the meetings of the World Trade Organization, the G-8, and the World Bank and International Monetary Fund have become expected, ritual events. The anti-WTO demonstration that turned into a violent riot in Seattle in 1999 was followed by more violence at the IMF summit in April 2000. Washington, D.C., police arrested nearly 1,300 demonstrators during that melee. Confrontations outside the G-8 summit in Genoa, Italy, last year resulted in extensive property damage, hundreds of arrests and injuries, and one death -- an Italian protester shot while attacking the police. The recent convergence on Washington ended without violence, but to those familiar with the track records of the organizations and individuals leading this organized chaos, it is obvious that a return to 1960s-style fires, bombs, barricades, and riots is looming.
The Communist leadership role in the escalating street demonstrations has been steadily becoming more apparent. However, the Establishment media has consciously censored this significant information from its coverage. The main sponsors of the April 20th demonstrations were the April 20 Mobilization to Stop the War and International A.N.S.W.E.R. (Act Now to Stop War & End Racism).
According to an Associated Press story for April 13th announcing the upcoming event, the April 20 Mobilization is merely a "coalition of more than 100 groups including student and labor organizations. They say they oppose the war on terrorism as a 'war without end.'" And the folks at A.N.S.W.E.R. are "a coalition that began with a broad anti-war theme, but has now focused more on the Mideast conflict, supporting the Palestinians and opposing U.S. aid to Israel." CNN, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, and the rest of the mainstream media have followed suit with equally benign -- and deceptive --descriptions.
It doesn't take any exceptional sleuthing to dig up the real story on the organizers. According to the April 20 Mobilization's website, its endorsers include: the Communist Party, USA (CPUSA); the Young Communist League; the Communist Party of Slovakia Bratislava; and many well-known Communist front groups. A quick click of the mouse takes you to the Communist Party's website and the "April 20 Party Memo" issued on March 23rd by Elena Mora, the CPUSA's national organization secretary. …