Sunday, November 5, 2017

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 Anyone vaguely familiar with Martin Luther King, Jr. has known this for 
some time,  but the newly released JFK files expose MLK as a sexual 
pervert with actual documentation. It’s time for The Social Gospel 
Coalition, Russell Moore, and other evangelicals to stop beatifying this
 man as an evangelical leader to be admired. The Social Gospel Coalition
 has named its upcoming 2018 Cultural Marxism conference after the civil rights 
activist, in spite of the fact that King questioned the resurrection,
 doubted the Bible’s miracles, and held to what anyone might rightly 
call theological liberalism. Regardless of being strongly partnered with
 Communists and preaching the false gospel of Rauschenbuschism
the Evangelical Intelligentsia regularly invokes his name as a saint in that great 
cloud of witnesses.
President Donald Trump ordered the release of documents relating to President John F. Kennedy from the National Archives, and those documents contain a dossier on King. What they reveal, according to Fox News and other sources, is that King had multiple extramarital affairs, likely sired an out-of-wedlock child with his mistress, and had a penchant for orgies. Please note that these have all been common knowledge about King, but these documents provide hard evidence of the claims.
The Washington Examiner claims that a 20-page document details a “two-day drunken sex orgy in Washington D.C.” attended by King, in which he took part in the festivities. The primary source document may be read here. The document reveals that the orgy contained both heterosexual and homosexual behavior (it’s long been known that King engaged in bi-sexual behavior). Claims that this document is an attempt by J. Edgar Hoover to slander King are entirely foolish, considering that this was an internal report that was sealed from the public.
The document also details MLK’s communist sentiments, quoting a “Gus Hall,” who was the General Secretary of CPUSA (the Communist Party), as saying, “King is a whole-hearted Marxist who has studied it, believes in it, and agrees with it, but because of his being a minister of religion, does not dare to espouse it publicly.”
Furthermore, the document cites attendees at several of his events who testify to “behind the scenes drinking, fornication, and homosexuality that went on at the conference,” and provided testimony of prostitutes being brought in for King and his associates. Along with this the document also reveals that King was carrying on ongoing affairs with at least three women, including a prominent folk singer. The document states, “It is a fact that King not only regularly indulges in adulterous acts but enjoys the abnormal by engaging in group sex orgies.”
The lineup at MLK50 is like a roster for New Calvinism, including DA Carson, Matt Chandler, and Russell Moore. Steve Gaines, the President of the Southern Baptist Convention, seems to have been invited as the token Arminian.
You can read the document for yourself here.


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H.R. McMaster, President Trump’s embattled national security adviser, referred to the Islamic terrorist suspect in Tuesday’s deadly jihadist attack in Lower Manhattan as among a grouping of “mass murderers.”
“Embattled” is right. McMaster is at odds with the Trump administration’s war against jihad terror, which motivated the President to issue a temporary ban on immigration from Muslim countries of concern, countries which were first identified by the Obama administration as problematic. Yet McMaster still refuses to acknowledge the nature of this war.
It was also recently reported that returning Islamic State jihadists were not just a threat to Britain and other parts of Europe, but that they were also making their way back into the US, creating a threat that is within McMaster’s jurisdiction of national security.
The Lower Manhattan attack is not the first time McMaster referred to a jihad attack as “mass murder.” He did the same in calling the 9/11 attack a “mass murder,” with no mention of the motivation of Islamic jihad behind it.
The jihad suspect, Sayfullo Saipov, “left behind a note declaring that the attack was perpetuated in the name of the Islamic State.” Saipov shouted “Allahu akbar,” Arabic for “Allah is greater,” during the attack. Yet still McMaster refuses to acknowledge the role of the Islamic religion in the attack. Yet the jihadis have made their motives and goals clear. In the case of 9/11, the mastermind of the attack, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, “revealed that al Qaeda’s plan to kill the United States was not through military attacks but immigration and ‘outbreeding nonmuslims’ who would use the legal system to install Sharia law.”
McMaster thinks (or pretends to think) that “extremists” are not religious people, despite their determination to expand the domains of Sharia by whatever means. This misguided view veils the fact that it is precisely Islamic religious zeal that motivates jihadists. From the Wahhabi state of Saudi Arabia — which is the same Wahhabi ideology that governs the Islamic State — to the terrorist state of Iran, ruled by its religious supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei, one cannot deny the devoted religiosity of Islamic jihadists; yet McMaster remains in denial.

“H.R. McMaster Avoids Islamic Terrorist Label Again, Calls Manhattan Jihadist a ‘Mass Murderer’”, by Aaron Klein, Breitbart, November 3, 2017:
(New York) H.R. McMaster, President Trump’s embattled national security adviser, referred to the Islamic terrorist suspect in Tuesday’s deadly jihadist attack in Lower Manhattan as among a grouping of “mass murderers.”
This despite reports that the suspect, Sayfullo Saipov, left behind a note declaring that the attack was perpetuated in the name of the Islamic State. And witnesses heard Saipov shout “Allahu Akbar!,” Arabic for “Allah is great,” during the terrorist assault.
McMaster has a history of minimizing the radical Islamic nature of such attacks. Only last month, he labeled the September 11, 2001, Islamic terrorist attacks “mass murder attacks,” instead of calling them acts of terrorism. This reporter previously exposed numerous other instances of McMaster minimizing the Islamic motivations of radical Muslim terrorists.
The latest incident came during a White House press briefing on Wednesday, when a reporter posed the following question to McMaster:
I know we’re focused on the Asia trip here, but I just wanted to talk for a second about the President weighing in on the man who’s been charged with mowing down pedestrians in New York City. He called for the death penalty. Have there been any conversations in the White House about how that could complicate prosecutors’ efforts, and even help the defense claim that this person can’t get a fair trial?
McMaster replied (emphasis added):
What the President wants is to secure the American people from this threat and from mass murderers like this, murderers like this. And so what he’s asked us for are options to take a look to assess if our tremendous law enforcement teams and our judicial system has all the tools they need to be able to combat this threat to the American people.
So what we owe him now is we owe him options — you know, options to take a look at to see if this is the time to reassess, change our capabilities in this area and the area of law enforcement in particular……
In February, CNN cited a source inside a National Security Council meeting quoting McMaster as saying that use of the phrase “radical Islamic terrorism” is unhelpful in working with allies to fight terrorism.
In May, McMaster spoke on ABC’s This Week about whether Trump would use the phrase “radical Islamic terrorism” in a speech that the president was about to give in Saudi Arabia. “The president will call it whatever he wants to call it,” McMaster said. “But I think it’s important that, whatever we call it, we recognize that [extremists] are not religious people. And, in fact, these enemies of all civilizations, what they want to do is to cloak their criminal behavior under this false idea of some kind of religious war.”
This reporter previously exposed numerous instances of McMaster’s minimizing the Islamic motivations of radical Muslim terrorists.
Breitbart News unearthed a 2014 speech about the Middle East in which McMaster claimed that Islamic terrorist organizations are “really un-Islamic” and are “really irreligious organizations” who cloak themselves in the “false legitimacy of Islam.”
Delivering the keynote address at last April’s Norwich University ROTC Centennial Symposium, McMaster criticized “modern-day barbarians like Daesh and al-Qaeda who cynically use a perverted interpretation of religion to perpetuate ignorance, incite hatred, and commit the most heinous crimes against innocents.”
Breitbart News also reported that McMaster endorsed and touted a book that frames jihad as a largely peaceful “means to struggle or exert effort,” such as waking up early in the morning to recite prayers. It argues that groups like al-Qaeda and other terrorist organizations have hijacked the concept of jihad to wage warfare using such tactics as suicide bombings.
That same book calls Hamas an “Islamist political group” while failing to categorize the deadly organization as a terrorist group and refers to al-Qaeda attacks and anti-Israel terrorism as “resistance.”

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On October 21, Jihad Watch brought you the news of an event in Minnesota called “Exposing Sharia and the Deception of Islam,” that had been canceled by the venue where it was supposed to be held. I just received this email from one of the organizers, explaining what happened next. Please contact the Ironwood Springs Christian Ranch and politely and courteously register disapproval of their Sharia compliance and persecution of Gary Froiland for calling attention to unwelcome and unpopular truths.
I wrote to Bob Bardwell and Tracy Bashore and asked them these questions:
1. Can you confirm that Gary Froiland was a Board member of Ironwood Springs Christian Ranch?
2. Can you confirm that he was fired for his role in the “Exposing Sharia” event?
3. Do you believe that criticism of jihad terror and the oppression that is justified under Islamic law (Sharia) ought to be off-limits? If so, do you believe the same thing about criticism of Christianity? If not, why did you consider it necessary to fire Mr. Froiland?
Bardwell did not answer. Bashore confirmed that Gary Froiland had been on the Ironwood Springs Board but declined comment on anything else.

Thank you for your article sharing the dilemma about our event in Rochester, Minnesota to have Usama Dakdok speak. I am Gary Froiland, one of the guys helping with this event, and I am the one who designed the poster.
After a pastor who promised us his church backed out the night before the event to have Usama Dakdok speak this past spring in Rochester, we planned to attempt it again in the fall with the American Legion. That should be a patriotic place to have an educational speaker explain why Sharia is not compatible with our constitution. But they too backed out of the contract and gave us our money back after they received pressure from the Sheriff’s department. So we tried the Stewartville Sportsman’s Club.
That’s where your article picked up. We had just covered the town of Stewartville putting door hanging sleeves on nearly every house in town, containing the brochure “Islam in a Nutshell, Peaceful or Violent?” which includes the “Growth of Islam” chart by Bill Warner (Center for the Study of Political Islam). That’s when the Rochester Post Bulletin discovered the door hangings, and the Stewartville Sportsman Club backed out of their contract. Our team met with their board, but without convincing them to let us use their facility.
But we were not about to give up. Next I took my turn to rent a facility. The Cascade Town Hall just north of Rochester was suggested. I rented it as a “Pre-Halloween Family Event”, and added that I would be playing music. (you can type in Gary Froiland in YouTube and see some of my One-Man-Band videos). So we were able to rent the facility. We emailed people three hours before the event to give them the location, hoping that would keep protesters away. About 80 people came!
Late afternoon before the event, after Usama had arrived, he called the Rochester Post Bulletin and invited them to interview him. They jumped at that opportunity for a good story, but didn’t stay long enough to hear the heart of the message, but interviewed him, took some pictures and left. That was Sunday night, October 29th.
The next day the article came out with the front page news. Overall, it was a quite honest article. My name, Gary Froiland, is mentioned in the article, since I was the one who had rented the hall. They made it sound like I deceived them when renting, because I never mentioned we’d have a speaker, but that it was a “Pre-Halloween Family Event (the paper called it a “party”). The event was to start at 6 pm, and those invited were told that I would play music at 5:30 pm for those who came early. That I did, and then closed my half hour by leading everyone in the pledge of allegiance, and had a prayer. Then Usama did his nearly 3-hour presentation.
Now the story continues: Monday the article came out in the Post Bulletin, and my boss read it. My name was in the article, and when I got to work the next morning (at Ironwood Springs Christian Ranch,, the boss (Tracy Bashore) met me first thing and fired me for my involvement in an exposing Islam event. So I was out of a job because of our attempt at Freedom of Speech.
I was on the board of that Christian Ranch for 20 years, and the last four years have been a full-time employee. A job opening came up at Ironwood and they hired me for that position in June of 2013. As an employee, I cannot be a board member, so I went off the board at that time. So since June of 2013 I have worked full time at Ironwood.
Bob Bardwell ( had founded the Ranch in 1976, and even though he’s very involved every day there, he gave the job of Director to Tracy Bashore ( It was Tracy and other liberal employees at the Ranch who had a problem with my involvement with exposing Islam, and now that I was more public with it, he made sure it cost me my job. So I guess I don’t have any freedom of speech either.
A week before that, it was my turn to lead in devotions at the Ironwood Staff meeting (we have one on Tuesday mornings and Friday mornings). I had my devotions on Ephesians 6:12 and focused my talk and PowerPoint on Islam and how many of our brothers and sisters are being beheaded for their faith, and some of them praying “Oh Lord, let us be shot”, because they are awaiting execution by beheading, and are praying to die by gunshot instead. The devotions exposed Islam for those on staff who were ignorant. However, there are several liberals working there, and they were very vocal after my devotions about my “Hate” speech.
Tracy related how the Ranch has a good reputation in the community and some Muslims visit the Ranch from time to time, and he doesn’t want to insult them. So with my controversial devotions, and then a week later, my name in the paper having helped make the Usama Dakdok event happen, that was the last straw and cost me my job.
I thought you might be interested in hearing “The Rest of the Story”, so there you have it. I certainly lost my freedom of speech besides losing my job, but I would do it again. My desire is to be a patriot, and cleanse the path that our children will take from evil that lurks. If you want to talk personally to Bob Bardwell or Tracy Bashore, I included their emails above, and the main office phone number of Ironwood Springs Christian Ranch is 507-533-4315.
 Gary Froiland singing 
"I'd Rather Be An Old Time Christian."
 Gary Froiland is a one-man band from Minnesota, USA, who performs over 100 times per year, and does all his own background music. This video was filmed in three dimension, so if you have a 3D viewer compatible for viewing side by side 3D on a computer screen, you can watch this in stereo!
 Gary Froiland Band Introduction
 Gary Froiland is a one-man band located in southern Minnesota. His programs include background music he has recorded to accompany himself, and a slide show complete with some songs showing video of the other members of his "band" playing along!




 In this new Jamie Glazov Moment, Jamie focuses on: The Left’s Manhattan Massacre, unveiling how the utopian dream fuels Islam’s killing machine.

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 For years, politicians and reporters have reminded us that Muslims are the real
 victims of Islamic terrorist attacks, since these attacks invariably lead to the 
specter of an anti-Muslim backlash. Following the latest ISIS-inspired  
bloodbath in New York City, however, major news outlets have informed readers 
of the plight of a new victim of Islamic terror: the poor, defenseless expression 
“Allahu akbar.” How did such an innocent phrase come to be so closely linked 
with violence? Perhaps a quick glance at the life of Muhammad will solve the 


 Students, especially young, white males, 
said they constantly were humiliated
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A public high school in Minnesota implemented a required, race-based English course aimed at eradicating “white privilege,” but it wasn’t billed that way to students or parents, according to a public policy organization.
“Pre-AP English 10 constitutes an abuse of parents’ trust, taxpayers’ money and — most importantly — vulnerable children,” Katherine Kersten, a senior policy fellow for the Center of the American Experiment, told Fox News. “Edina citizens should hold district leaders accountable for substituting political indoctrination for a real education.”
The Minnesota-based think tank started researching Edina public schools after they heard students, parents, and teachers in Edina complaining about the aftermath of the 2016 election, when 80 staff members — most teachers — co-signed an editorial in the student newspaper bashing President-elect Donald Trump and aligning themselves with the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton.
“Many of you [students] have made clear … that right now, you don’t feel physically safe,” the article read. “Know that we will do all that we can … to fight for you,” and that “we will teach rebellion against a broken world.”
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Ours is a generation that is increasingly bombarded by confusing messages on gender norms that are now under assault even from the church. From non-binary deacons that refuse to accept that they are either men or women to hyper-sexual, church-sponsored drag shows and transgender baptisms, the assault on Biblical values has intensified.

None would deny that the Gospel is a message of compassion and salvation but, in these churches, that message has been warped to take the shape of explicit support and even promotion of a life of gender confusion and sin rather than an ethic of faithful marriage between men and women.

The Methodist Deacon M. Barclay is now accepted as a non-binary Deacon in Chicago, which means that she prefers the pronoun “they” rather than “she” and doesn’t identify as either gender. In the Methodist Church, there are two orders of ministry: deacons and presbyters.

Equal in status but differing in roles, deacons are key members of the congregation and expected to provide wise counsel to fellow Methodists as well as help conduct the regular operation and worship services of the church that the presbyters (ministers) lead.

Deacon Barclay studied theology for 12 years and had originally tried to become a deacon in Texas but was rejected due to her personal and un-Biblical views on transgenderism. It was only after moving to Chicago that she was accepted into this leadership role, demonstrating the approval of the Methodist Church for transgenderism.

A member of the congregation struggling with gender identity confusion is understandable, but when that person both embraces this transgenderism and is elevated to the role of deacon, an entirely different message is sent: that the church and God support this life style.

Methodist churches are not the only protestant denominations that are starting to welcome the gender-confused into leadership roles. The First Baptist Church of Greenville began accepting LGBTQ ministers and weddings in 2015. It broke away from the Southern Baptist Convention in the 1990s but is now a part of Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.

The use of gender neutral pronouns and a discreetly held gender disorder may be exposing cracks in the Biblical nature of several protestant churches, but others have taken transgenderism much further. Sexualized drag shows, often aimed at children and teens from grades 6 to 12, are now being conducted in churches and billed as holiday events aimed at building tolerance.

The Ames United Church of Christ in Iowa, which has considered itself open and affirming of LGBTQIA people since 2000, held the most recent of these events on October 25th of this year.

The event promotion, published on the church’s Facebook page, assured parents that there would be “adult supervision” for the drag queen and king contest as the youngsters dressed in drag and paraded around, skirting the legal line of child sexual abuse.  With every step the church is working to recruit more teens and preteens into that lifestyle.

In the First Congregational United Church of Christ of Portland, under Minister Michael Ellick, an event was held in April of 2016 called “Drag me to Church” and the proceeds (a $5 entrance fee) were donated to a local LGBTQ community center.

The church brought in the cabaret group Caravan of Glam to perform. One could be excused for not realizing that First Congregational is actually masquerading as a church upon seeing the four scantily dressed drag queens performing erotic dances to music.

The First Church Somerville UCC in Somerville, Massachusetts, has made their drag event a yearly affair since 2011. A multi-day celebration of the transgender lifestyle, it begins with a benefit concert given by performers in drag, the equal of any adults-only night club.

The performers include the drag queen Serenity Jones, among others. On Sunday, the Festival Worship again features Jones in drag, both performing and delivering a sermon. The pastors insert LGBTQ messages into the sermon as well and this is intermixed with gospel music and followed by church members, both children and adults, cross dressing as they eat brunch.

Sexualized drag shows aimed at both children and adults serve both to legitimize this un-Biblical life style and indoctrinate youth who may not know any better. In England, gender identity is being further confused by the new “baptism-style” ceremonies that allow a church member to have their new gender “selection” recognized by the Church of England.

The still-hotly-debated issue has divided the church with the Rev. Rachel Mann endorsing such baptisms, telling Christian today, “an opportunity to be publicly introduced to God is significant. I think this is what the proposed liturgy aims to do. It will be symbolically powerful.”

And she is right. It will represent a powerful movement farther away from Christian principles.

More than ever before, many churches are now embracing the gender confusion so prevalent in society today as they ordain clergy and indoctrinate youth to a life style counter to Christ’s teaching.

(Publisher’s note: As Babylon (babel -confusion) was prominent in the early days of man on the earth, so will it figure prominently in the end of the age just prior to Christ’s return. Note Rev. Ch 17 and 18.  God says, “Come out of her my people.”
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A government school in Cambridge, New York, has sparked a firestorm after giving young children documents that included, among other outrages, information on “sex change surgery,” what it means to be “pansexual,” and other material aimed at normalizing perversion and undermining morals. Unfortunately, similar materials are being distributed to public-school children all over America. 

The latest scandal began when parent Sirell Fiel took to social media to expose the packet brought home by his 11-year-old son from Cambridge Central School. “It’s not your right to take the innocence of my kid like that at that such an age,” complained Fiel, adding that there were no permission slips and that the teacher warned students that they would be tested on the material. “It should not be allowed or tolerated, period.”
The Newman Report has obtained copies of the documents in question from sources in upstate New York. The material, some of which came from the “Pride Center of the Capital Region,” included definitions for terms such as asexual, cisgender, coming out, gender non-conforming, pansexual, and more. It describes a “range of negative attitudes” toward homosexuality, which God describes in the Bible as an abomination, as “homophobia.” Gender, meanwhile, is defined as a “social construct.”
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Another Teacher Uses "Genderbread People" 
to Explain Transgender Lesson
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Jacqueline Hall, a middle school teacher at Cambridge Central School in upstate New York, used “Genderbread People” to teach her students about sexually ambiguous individuals and transgenderism. The lesson's supporting materials included a packet of information focused on sex change operations and graphic sexual definitions.
Hall also invited a local LGBTQ activist group, Pride Center of the Capital Region, to talk to students about the "gender spectrum." They used the Genderbread People, which The New American has reported on in the past, to discuss sexual attraction and gender identity.
The Daily Wire writes of the Genderbread Person:
The Genderbread Person is a publicly available resource, and you can find copies of him/her/it on most sexual education websites, including Planned Parenthood's. It uses a seemingly innocuous, familiar concept — the gingerbread man — to explain how gender identity, gender expression, and biological sex can be "fluid," and that humans have more than a single gender-determining characteristic.
After an angry parent posted a video on Facebook Live to show his son's classwork to other Cambridge Center parents, the video went viral and prompted a public outcry from parents.
Hall has now been suspended with pay, which seems to be more like a vacation than a punishment.
Teachers across the country have been usurping what should be a parental role by teaching students about transgenderism.
At Rocklin Academy School in Rocklin, California, for example, a kindergarten teacher traumatized students with a lesson that culminated with a transgender child changing his clothes to match those of his so-called true gender.
The controversial school lesson included two books about transgenderism, entitled I am Jazz and The Red Crayon. At the end of the lesson, a student in the class who identifies as transgender changed his clothes to ones that matched the gender with which he identifies. The teacher then told the students that the five-year-old boy was now a “girl” who had a girl’s name by which he should be addressed.
The students reportedly went home extremely upset following the lesson.
“My daughter came home crying and shaking so afraid she could turn into a boy,” said one parent.
What's worse is that the efforts to normalize transgenderism are doing a disservice to transgender individuals, who should be seeking help for their gender dysphoria, not embracing and celebrating it.
According to experts, most children who experience gender confusion will outgrow it. Psychiatrist Stephen Stathis states that up to three-fourths of young patients who “present with gender variant interests and behaviors, or are gender diverse” will grow out of that phase and will not require treatment. “You might get a six- or seven-year-old girl wanting to dress as a boy,” he said. “She may even say she wants to be a boy. When she hits puberty, she says, ‘No, I’m just a girl who likes to do boy things.”
This statement of Stathis is in line with what several other scientists have said about transgenderism in children. Many children will be confused about gender at some point in their lives but will outgrow their confusion. Unfortunately, many of those children will be misdiagnosed as transgender and will be administered hormone treatments before they've had the opportunity to get through that confusing period.
According to Michelle Cretella, president of the American College of Pediatricians, “institutions that promote transition affirmation” are guilty of “nothing less than institutionalized child abuse” with the potential for causing “untold psychological damage.”
“All children should be told the truth that sex does not ever change and cannot be changed,” Cretella told LifeSiteNews in an e-mail. She added, “All children should be nurtured to embrace their bodies and the reality of their biological sex. All children should be affirmed as the unique boys or girls their bodies proclaim them to be.”
And a study by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto found that, unsurprisingly, transgenderism was more persistent in children when promoted by adults.
Sadly, these children are being set up for a difficult life, as the transgender community has an inordinately high rate of depression and suicide. A study by researchers at Dalhousie University in Halifax, the University of Saskatchewan, and McGill University in Montreal found that suicidal thoughts and attempts are higher among transgender teens and young adults, and significantly higher for all transgender people across society.
"Suicidality and other forms of mental health distress are health disparities that increasingly are being documented and studied in the academic literature as disproportionately affecting transgender people and populations," said Robert Garofalo, a professor of pediatrics and preventive medicine at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, in a press release earlier this year.

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No matter how many communist hammers & sickles or images of Marx, Mao, and other communists the violent Antifa radicals display, the Fake News media continue to present them as idealistic "anti-fascists." 

“When we fight, we fight for communism, and all our constructive and destructive activity is geared toward building our party, which will wage a protracted people’s war, establishing socialism and continuing the revolution under the rule of the working class.”
So declares Red Guards Austin, the masked “Antifa” thugs of Austin, Texas, who march about displaying the communist hammer & sickle symbol, and who also openly display banners emblazoned with images of Karl Marx and mass-murderers Mao Zedong and Vladimir Lenin. See, for example, the photos to the right and immediately below, from their website (see here and here; the article continues below the photo.)

Unequivocally Communist
The organizers, theorists, strategists, and writers of Antifa (short for “Anti-fascist”) are unequivocally communists, as is evident not only from their obvious communist tactics and their own admissions and public proclamations, but also from their ties to (and support from) formal communist parties, as well as their adoption of communist slogans, symbols, chants, and causes. Many Antifa leaders and groups unabashedly proclaim themselves Maoists, Marxist-Leninists, Stalinists, or Trotskyites.
The above-mentioned black-clad hoodlums of Red Guards Austin, for example, offer unalloyed praise for one of history’s most notorious dictators and mass murderers in “A Tribute to Comrade Joseph Stalin.” As Maoist communists, they also have great affection, of course, for Mao Zedong, the only dictator ever to top Stalin in the bloodletting and liquidation business. According to the meticulous research of the late Professor R. J. Rummel, Mao’s regime murdered over 76 million Chinese.
Mao is, nevertheless, idolized by Red Guards Austin. In listing the “weapons” of their cause, these Antifa hoodlums say: “The first and most important among these [weapons] is the Maoist party — Red Guards Austin’s reason for existence is to build this party with other Maoists in the US.”
The Red Guards Austin are not the only Antifa group proudly declaring their communist lineage and their adherence to Marxist-Leninist ideology. Indeed, virtually all of the Antifa organizations around the country that have been rioting and burning our cities and physically assaulting American citizens openly declare their communist sympathies. This is no secret, yet the establishment news media continue to refer to the Antifa criminals and terrorists by their preferred labels: anti-fascist, anti-Nazi, anti-racist.
CNN Investigative Report Unmasks ... Zilch
For example, on August 22, 2017, CNN produced an “investigative news” report entitled “Unmasking the leftist Antifa movement” that did zero unmasking. Instead, the CNN report glamorized Antifa, providing a public relations bonanza for mayhem makers. “We are meeting members of the Rose City Antifa, short for Anti-Fascist,” CNN reporter Sara Ganim explained as she went to a secret meeting in Portland, Oregon, with the masked Antifa members. “This group’s main goal is to disrupt neo-Nazis and white supremacists, but also to take on government and capitalism,” Ganim noted. CNN’s reference to “taking on” capitalism was as close as the “unmasking” got to even hinting at Antifa’s core communist motivation. A young masked Antifa woman tells Ganim’s CNN audience that “Antifa is any group that is willing to stand up to fascists by any means necessary.”
That sounds pretty idealistic — maybe even admirable — does it not? After all, everyone knows fascists and Nazis are bad. Shouldn’t we stand up to them? But here’s the rub: For Antifa activists,“fascist” is a totally elastic label that can be stretched to smear anyone with whom they disagree, including brave people who truly fought fascism — people such as my parents and my uncles who put their lives on the line in World War II to fight Hitler and the Nazis. My father was a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne (D-Day, Battle of the Bulge); my mother was in the Army Nurse Corps (England, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany). My parents were fiercely anti-Nazi, anti-fascist, anti-racist, and anti-KKK — and, just as fiercely, anti-communist. It was the anti-communist part that made them, and millions of other patriotic veterans like them, “enemies of the people” in the eyes of the Communist Party, Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), the Weather Underground, and the Black Panther Party — the ancestors of today’s Antifa. So, during the 1960s and ’70s, my parents and other anti-communist Americans who had actually fought the Nazis had to endure being called Nazis by Marxist-Leninist baby-boomer brats and hardcore communist terrorists who were bent on establishing a totalitarian dictatorship that would have been every bit as tyrannical and genocidal as Hitler’s.
Antifa's Professor Mike Isaacson
So it continues today. According to Professor Mike Isaacson (shown at right), an Antifa leader who teaches at the City University of New York’s John Jay College of Law, “Anti-communism is code for fascism.” There you have it: If you’re an anti-communist, if you’re averse to living in a communist police state — 24/7 surveillance, repression, torture, gulags, genocide, etc. — well, then, you’re obviously a FASCIST. If you stand anywhere to the right of Mao Zedong or Fidel Castro, you are a FASCIST, and, according to the Antifa jihadists, you should be treated as such. Which means that not only have you forfeited your right to speak, but also your right to exist. It’s “Off with your head!” Literally. The Antifa website It’s Going Down wants to bring back the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror, with a campaign to “Make the Guillotine Red Again.” Communist megalomaniacs from Marx to Lenin, Mao Zedong, Ho Chi Minh, Fidel Castro, and Pol Pot have invoked the French Revolution’s massive bloodletting as their inspiration for remolding society.
Prof. Isaacson, a founder of Smash Racism DC, an Antifa group in our nation’s capital that participated in the violent and disruptive “protests” during President Trump’s inauguration, has gained infamy for his numerous public endorsements of Antifa violence and his many tweets supporting murder of police officers, some of whom are his law school students. Here are a few of his offensive tweets that have caused outrage:
• July 18, 2017 — “Dead Cops are good, Laci.”
• August 16, 2017 — “What’s even the point of a cop that isn’t dead?”
• August 17, 2017 — “I hear their police stations catch on fire with an accelerant.”
• August 23, 2017 — “Some of y'all might think it sucks being an anti-fascist teaching at John Jay College but I think it's a privilege to teach future dead cops.”
• August 29, 2017 — “Off the pigs”
And he teaches law at a prestigious law school! A committed Marxist-Leninist, Isaacson has even developed a Marxist, collectivist method of grading his students because, he says, the “pursuit of knowledge is a collective pursuit.”
“Few academic or professional endeavors are the result of individuals acting alone,” states Isaacson’s grading curve policy for his class, “ECO 101: Introduction to Economics and Global Capitalism.” “All graded assignments will receive grades reflective of not only individual efforts, but also class effort,” the class description continues.
In September, due to public outcry over Isaacson’s outrageous anti-police statements and his support for Antifa violence, he was put on administrative leave by John Jay College. However, that public outcry didn’t arise because of any coverage of Isaacson in the “mainstream” media; it came about thanks to outrage from police unions and coverage of the Antifa prof’s antics by the independent conservative media. For its part, the establishment Fake News media was content to present Isaacson as a credible academic and quote his more “nuanced” — and seemingly more moderate — statements, without hinting at his radical Marxist roots.
The members of the press have no excuse for continuing to treat communist Antifa revolutionists as brave “anti-fascists” and romantic crusaders fighting against Nazis, racists, and social injustice. Ignorance and incompetence only go so far in explaining the bias, imbalance, and self-censorship in the media’s Antifa coverage. Willful blindness to the facts and sympathy for the Antifa agenda (if not a total endorsement of its violent communist methods) are clearly at play here.
Below are some of the additional important facts that the American people need to know about the Antifa “phenomenon,” but which the pro-Antifa media have ignored, censored, downplayed, or half-hidden from the general public’s view.
Without Organized Communist Leadership Antifa Wouldn’t Exist
Communist parties and communist organizations such as the Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP), Communist Party USA (CPUSA), Workers World Party (WWP), By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), Freedom Road Socialist Organization, and provide the key leadership, ideological indoctrination, organizing, and training for the Antifa rioters. They also provide the chants, slogans, signs, and banners for the Antifa confrontations. This is not new; it is a continuation of the same communist organizational operations that have run through the radical Occupy Wall Street, anti-war, anti-police, immigration (DACA, Dreamers), environmental, and other protests over the past several decades. This is not difficult to document, as we have been showing for years from the radicals’ own admissions and publicly available documents. (See hereherehere, and here.)
Marxist-Leninist-Maoist Professor Cornel West (shown at right) promotes Antifa as “saviors” — with help from the media. Prof. West (Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Union Theological Seminary) has been a hardcore Marxist activist for decades, openly working with the Revolutionary Communist Party, the violent Maoists who idolize Mao Zedong and his murderous Red Guards who terrorized China in the 1960s and '70s.
West claims that Antifa thugs at the deadly Charlottesville, Virginia, riot on August 12 “saved” him and his leftist clergy comrades from being beaten by the fascists. We have counted dozens of stories in the major media that have repeated this claim by West, many of which have gone on to use this as an accolade for the masked felons and as supposed evidence of Antifa’s “anti-fascist” bonafides. Not a single story we have seen has even mentioned Cornel West’s communist credentials, let alone questioned his motives in glorifying Antifa, or (perish the thought!) asked whether or not the “saving” operation may have been planned from the start for precisely the propaganda value that it obviously has accrued.
Antifa author/professor Mark Bray admits Antifa’s communist ideology and origins in his Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook, but disingenuously entangles it with the less-understood anarchist label and the more benign-sounding socialist label. (Professor Bray is shown below on "Democracy Now!" with a cover image of his handbook shown to the right.) He also attempts to ennoble and sanctify the Antifa brand by clothing it in “anti-fascist” garb and dishonest rhetoric that claims the group’s well-documented record of initiating violence is somehow justified as “self defense.” Repeating a thesis of his book, Bray told Sean Illing of the left-wing Vox website: “Anti-fascism originated in response to early European fascism, and when Mussolini's Blackshirts and Hitler's Brownshirts were ascendant in Europe, various socialist, communist, and anarchist parties and groups emerged to confront them.” (Article continues after photo.)

Antifa Flag: Designed by Communist Propagandists
The Antifa flag was designed by Communist Party propagandists to serve communist purposes. Where did the Antifa logo (pictured below) with the red and black flags (symbolizing communist/anarchist unity) come from? The rallying symbol, ever-present on flags and banners at Antifa events, can be traced back to Germany in the 1920s, reports the radical left-wing Jacobin magazine, in “The Lost History of Antifa.”
7 anti fascist logoAccording to the Jacobin account, it was “devised by Association of Revolutionary Visual Artists members Max Keilson and Max Gebhard, [and] has been since become one of the Left’s most well-known symbols.” What the Jacobin article doesn’t tell readers is that the Association of Revolutionary Visual Artists was an official propaganda arm of the German Communist Party, which was a subservient branch of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Max Keilson and Max Gebhard were high-level Communist Party members. Keilson’s wife, Margarete Schnate-Keilson, was a top member of the German Communist Party’s Central Committee, and a ruthless agent of the Comintern (Communist International), the global network of Soviet spies, assassins, propagandists, and agents of influence. Among her many exploits, for which she received Soviet and East German honors, was helping convicted atom bomb spy Klaus Fuchs escape. She later married Fuchs. An undated black-and-white photo (presumably from the 1930s) shows a German Antifa gathering in an auditorium with a huge Antifa flag/banner in the center of the stage flanked by communist flags with the hammer & sickle on either side.
SDS Radicals From the ’60s
Prof. Mark Bray is certainly aware of this history, as well as the essential red/black, communist/anarchist ties that run throughout Antifa’s current composition, but he does not share this crucial information with his television audiences. And his media interviewers are complicit in his deception. Communist SDS leader and Weather Underground terrorist Bill Ayers is one of the many radical Marxists now continuing their 1960s activism through Antifa. At a Trump campaign rally in Chicago on March 11, 2016, Ayers joined Antifa, Revolutionary Communist Party, and Communist Part PUSA agitators who violently blocked the rally, causing it to be cancelled. A video interview with Ayers at the event also shows many of the other participating communist groups, as well as featuring a young anti-Trump woman who sings/chants about “armed revolution” and “it’s time to pick up a gun.”
More SDS Reds from the 1960s, such as C. Clark Kissinger and Dan Siegel, are helping the Antifa anarcho-communists:
• Clark Kissinger was national secretary of the SDS in the 1960s and was such a devoted Maoist that he visited Communist China twice and was an avid propagandist for Chairman Mao’s bloody Cultural Revolution and Red Guards. His fervor has not dimmed over the past five decades: He continues as an activist comrade in the Revolutionary Communist Party, writes for the RCP’s Revolution newspaper/website, runs the Revolution Books bookstore in New York City, and is a leading figure in the Occupy Wall Street movement, as well as in the RCP fronts (and Antifa’s guiding allies) Refuse&Resist, NotInOurName, and
• Dan Siegel was an SDS leader and, as student body president at the University of California-Berkeley, led the 1969 “Bloody Thursday” riot, also known as the “Battle for Peoples’ Park” at UC Berkeley. He has been a radical “civil rights” lawyer ever since. He is an Occupy Wall Street/Occupy Oakland activist and a longtime friend and adviser to radical Oakland Mayor Jean Quan. Siegel’s Occupy comrades turned the series of Occupy Oakland protests in 2011-2012 into bloody riots that were some of the most violent, destructive, and costly operations of the Occupy movement. The Occupy Oakland conflagrations served as a principal training ground for Antifa recruits.
Few familiar with Siegel’s background were surprised when he showed up as the attorney for Professor Eric Clanton, the now-infamous Antifa thug arrested and charged with the cowardly and vicious attacks (which could easily have been lethal) in Berkeley last April. In those attacks, several Trump supporters at a rally were (allegedly) clobbered by Clanton, who was wielding a heavy, steel bike lock. One of the victims, who was struck on the head in a sneak attack, was seriously injured. Clanton, the alleged attacker, then blended back into the crowd, a typical tactic recommended in the Antifa handbooks. However, the attacks were caught on video, and online sleuths were able to unmask Clanton as the alleged attacker using computer forensic tools.
Revolutionary Communist Party
The Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP) is a central player in Antifa violence. Whether the Antifa mayhem erupts in Boston, Berkeley, Charlottesville, Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Baltimore, St. Louis, Oakland, Seattle, or elsewhere, the RCP cadres are inevitably exercising a leading role. This is evident on many levels, the most obvious being the distinctive RCP signs carried by the Antifa activists. Again, this is no secret; the RCP’s web address ( is printed on the signs. This RCP branding is clearly visible even in many of the photos accompanying “mainstream” media reports on Antifa. But the Fake News journalists virtually never point out this fact, nor do they show the slightest inclination in probing the RCP’s organizing role. Ditto for the RCP’s front group, Refuse Fascism. The RCP/RefuseFascism cadres have been hard at work for decades recruiting and building an American version of Mao’s Red Guards to implement a Maoist Cultural Revolution here in the United States.
They do not hide this. In fact they boast of it. One example out of many: An interview with RCP leader Raymond Lotta in the RCP’s Revolution newspaper for May 9, 2016, titled “The Cultural Revolution: The Furthest Advance of Human Emancipation Yet.” “The Cultural Revolution was the high point of the first stage of communist revolution,” avers Comrade Lotta. “The Cultural Revolution was the most far-reaching attempt in modern history, and in human history, to revolutionize and restructure a society away from all exploitation and oppression.... During the course of this, millions and millions of people revolutionized their world outlook — that is, their basic values, their approach to reality — and the whole ethos, or spirit, of society was transformed.” Yes, and millions of people were, jailed, tortured, and executed in the process, while the remaining hundreds of millions (except for the privileged Communist Party elites) were enslaved. In Antifa, the Maoist RCP has already formed the basis for their long-envisioned Red Guard Amerika.
On September 11, 2017, the RCP’s Revolution published a Refuse Fascism article entitled “Shameful, Dangerous, Wrong Attacks on Antifa,” which takes to task those elements of the “progressive left” that have criticized Antifa’s violent methods.
Below are several of the many photos available on a Chinese-language website showing the grisly reality of the Cultural Revolution. The photos below of public condemnation of Chinese accused of “thought crimes” do not begin to show the depths of torture and despair and the horrendous murders of Mao’s Red Guards, whom Antifa glorify and seek to emulate. (Article continues beneath photos.)

Communist Workers Party
The Communist Workers World Party (WWP) provides key support to Antifa efforts. Like the RCP, the WWP is a hardcore, unapologetic communist organization with a long history of violent “protest” and rioting. While the RCP true believers channel Mao, the WWP have chosen Bolshevik death-dealer Leon Trotsky. In an editorial in the third issue of the party’s publication, International Workers Day, the group proclaimed, “We are THE Trotskyists. We stand 100% with all the principled positions of Leon Trotsky, the most revolutionary communist since Lenin.” On August 14, two days after the deadly Charlottesville mayhem, WWP cadres led a similar attack that toppled a statue of a Confederate soldier in Durham, North Carolina.
Clearly, they were hoping to provoke a riot similar to the lethal Charlottesville melee. Among the WWP Trotskyists arrested were Takiyah Thompson, Ngoc Loan Tran, Dante Emmanuel Strobino, Peter Gull Gilbert, and Raul Jiminez. The WWP is holding a “#Do It Like Durham” Workers World Party Forum in New York City on October 14, featuring Takiya Thompson and Ngoc Loan Tran. Thompson, who climbed the Confederate statue in Durham, North Carolina on August 16 and put the rope around its neck that was used to pull it down, has become something of a celebrity among the “progressive” Left, since a video of her “heroic” exploit went viral.
Black Lives Matter
Antifa ally Black Lives Matter (BLM) has provided the most successful communist exploitation of race hatred since the 1960s-’70s. The “white privilege” mantra of the BLM activists was invented by Noel Ignatiev (shown at right), a member of the Communist Party USA and a co-founder of its most militant Stalinist/Maoist offshoot, the Provisional Organizing Committee.
Ignatiev is also a co-founder of the New Abolitionist Society (the object of which is to “abolish the white race”) and co-founder of Race Traitor: Journal of the New Abolitionism.
“The key to solving the social problems of our age is to abolish the white race,” says Ignatiev, who is white. And, says this white Red who exploits and incites blacks to attack whites, “The abolitionists do not limit themselves to socially acceptable means of protest, but reject in advance no means of attaining their goal.” In other words, “By any means necessary,” the slogan that has become one of the refrains of the Antifa/BLM militants. According to Ignatiev, “If you are a white male, you don’t deserve to live. You are a cancer, you’re a disease, white males have never contributed anything positive to the world! They only murder, exploit and oppress non-whites!”
This kind of racist, anti-white speech has become standard fare among millions of students marinated in Ignatiev’s communist propaganda, and can be regularly seen and heard at BLM/Antifa events. The three radical lesbian co-founders of Black Lives Matter — Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza, and Opal Tometi — identify themselves as "Black queer women" and are members of the Freedom Road Socialist Organization, which draws much of its inspiration from Ignatiev’s Provisional Organizing Committee. (We have previously traced much of the BLM’s Marxist-Leninist-terrorist lineage here.)
Media Censorship
It goes on and on. The evidence that Antifa is a communist instrument serving the anti-American, anti-liberty communist agenda is overwhelming. Which is not to say that all, or even most, of the young activists involved are conscious of this fact, or even realize that the chants and slogans they are mouthing, or the memes they are tweeting, are weaponized words designed by communist propagandists such as Mao, Trotsky, and Ignatiev.
However, there are many in the media who cannot claim ignorance as a defense; they are consciously censoring this crucial information that Americans need to understand the world and make vital decisions. And they must be called to account for this unconscionable betrayal.

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