[ASI] It's Not all Bad News

October 3rd, 2014 at 10:50 am EDT
Cliff Kincaid
America's Survival, Inc.

Dear Friend of America’s Survival:

There’s a lot of bad news, especially about Ebola. But the good news is the uprising in Hong Kong against the communists.

Stanford professor Larry Diamond says the “younger Hong Kong generation has greater expectations of democratic freedoms, and Communist Party rule in China may be in its final decade…”

The communists will not give up power. Their goal is world revolution. At the same time, we need more protests against the communists, here and abroad. These students in Hong Kong are my heroes.

Why don’t we get off our butts?

Here, the communists are destroying young minds by pushing dope on demand.

Remember that communist terrorist Bernardine Dohrn had said, “We fight in many ways. Dope is one of our weapons. The laws against marijuana mean that millions of us are outlaws long before we actually split. Guns and grass are united in the youth underground.”

People like billionaires George Soros and Peter Thiel are financing the marijuana movement today.

That was the subject of our Wednesday night Roku TV show with Calvina Fay of the Drug Free America Foundation. Click on the image below to watch.


We discuss marijuana initiatives in Florida, Alaska, and Oregon.

We need young people who can think rationally. We don’t need students in a dope-induced fog.

I consider marijuana legalization an evil scheme to hook young people on drugs and make them into wards of the state, another progressive constituency. One out of six will get addicted. Some may go crazy with mental illness. These ballot measures are partly designed to get dopers to the polls to elect liberals to office, such as Charlie Crist in Florida.

Keep up to date with world events I don’t cover in this newsletter. Don’t forget to order my special “World Revolution Report” newsletter. To order please click here.

For America's Survival,

Cliff Kincaid, President


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