[ASI] Marxism is a Violent Ideology

June 15th, 2017 at 4:46 pm EDT
Cliff Kincaid
America's Survival, Inc.

Dear Friend of America’s Survival:

I’ve been warning for weeks that Trump is under serious threat from Special Council Robert Mueller. Many commentators are echoing my warning. In a column on the topic of obstruction of justice, GOP operative Karl Rove says:

If President John F. Kennedy had ordered FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover to stop investigating Martin Luther King Jr., would that have constituted obstruction of justice?

His point is that Trump has the power to order the end of an investigation, making the charge of obstruction of justice ridiculous.

But Rove has it all mixed up. Hoover investigated King because he was ordered to. David J. Garrow explained some of the controversy in his 1981 book The FBI and Martin Luther King, Jr., as well as a 2002 Atlantic magazine article based on it. He notes that JFK Attorney General Bobby Kennedy authorized the FBI to begin wiretapping the telephones of King because he “believed that one of King’s closest advisers was a top-level member of the American Communist Party, and that King had repeatedly misled Administration officials about his ongoing close ties with the man.” The associate was Stanley Levison, who had been involved in Communist Party USA financial affairs and was helping to arrange funding of the party by Moscow.

I yearn for the days when we had political leaders and officials who wanted to expose communism. Jack and Bobby Kenney were Democrats but anti-communist Democrats. They took the threat of communism seriously. Indeed, they were both killed by Marxists.

One of my favorite writers is Vic Biorseth, whose column, It’s the Violent Revolutionary Ideology, Stupid.,explains the case of James T. Hodgkinson, the baseball shooter. His motive was Marxism, but the FBI can’t seem to discover his motive. Isn’t this amazing? In our Insider Access section I have put several examples from his Facebook page that show his hatred or Trump and desire for a Marxist revolution. We also have several other special items.

I need to warn you that there are lunatics like Alex Jones pretending to be conservatives and fighting communists. I deal with that in my column:

Megyn and Alex: Birds of a Feather

Jones will be used by Megyn Kelly, if her show airs on Sunday night, to make conservatives look bad.

As I say in my column:

Jones is not, and never has been, a conservative. It’s true that he sometimes pretends to be one. He also says he’s fighting “communists,” while he plays directly into their hands, generating more heat than light.

I know why he is successful:

Jones exploits a basic human weakness. Many people would rather be led to simple and dramatic conclusions that reduce the need for critical thinking skills. Jones offers scapegoats and easy answers for what goes on in the world, virtually eliminating the need to analyze and research what is actually happening. People who believe him think they’re sharing inside information.


Cliff Kincaid, President


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