COMMUNISTS GIVEN INVITATIONS TO ENTER U.S.
By Betty Freauf
May 8, 2010
Communists are no longer infiltrating our country; they’ve been invited in as our guests. The 4/30/2010 Statesman Journal (SJ) headlines said that the Nordic choir at North Salem High School was preparing to sing praises to the former South Africa President and Nobel Peace Prize winner Frederik Willem deKlerk. The soloist was asked about possible jitters. She said she’d just picture herself among the many groups of South Africans who fought against apartheid.
The only African-American in the Nordic choir, sang and played Nelson Mandela as part of the presentation. “One thing I remember reading about him is that he gets up every morning and makes a big fruit bowl for breakfast, then makes his bed, then works out on his treadmill,” said the young man. “I try to do the same every day. I feel honored to play him.” This, dear folks, is the brainwashing your innocent, vulnerable children are getting in most public schools – deliberate dumbing down of America.
Revisionist history books choose to overlook how Winnie Mandela put rubber tires around dissenters to the communist regime, doused them with gasoline and set them on fire in the public square as a warning to anyone who dared object to the dictators. An 8/16/1987 article in the SJ talked about how Oregon should be alert to the red menace – real or not and quoted again a 11/11/1960 SJ editorial that said: “First, we must teach our teachers about communism and its fallacies. Then we must be sure our youngsters are allowed to pit democracy against communism in the classroom.”
Another 8/16/1987 article in the SJ told about a peace activist, piano tuner and card-carrying Communist by the name of Ed Hemmingson receiving a $20,000 settlement from the Oregon State Fair because Fair officials ordered him in 1981 to move his booth to a site with less foot traffic after three men with blackened faces and wearing military-style fatigues picketed the booth with signs that read, “Commies Go Home” and “Commies Stop Here.” And then a 2/3/1988 SJ article told how Hemmingson, from Albany, Oregon. a “community organizer” for the Communist Party, had received a $5,000 settlement from Oregon State University when they removed him from one of its buildings for distributing political leaflets. He said he planned to use the $5,000 settlement to promote peace. What an oxymoron!
PEACE WITH A CLENCHED FIST
Dimitry Manuilski, an instructor at the Lenin School of Political Warfare in Moscow said in 1939, “Today, of course, we are not strong enough to attack. Our time to attack will come in thirty to forty years…the Western world will have to be put to sleep. So we shall begin by launching the most spectacular peace movement on record. There shall be electrifying overtures and unheard of concessions. The capitalist countries, stupid and decadent, will rejoice to cooperate in their destruction. They will leap at another chance to be friends. As soon as their guard is down, we shall smash them with our clenched fist.” Did readers notice all the clenched fists at the May 1st Communist rallies?