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Thursday, March 03, 2005

With the election behind him is John Kerry going back to the extreme left?

Political neophytes may have decided not to support John Kerry for President of the United States for any number of reasons. He definitely gave us enough choices. Most people just decided he'd be a lousy president. Personally, while I agreed with most reasons, my opinion has always been that his stances on issues are more in line with communism than with our capitalistic Democratic-Republic. In the years leading up to the election Kerry attempted to distance himself from the the more radical left and to pretend to be a centrist. However, with the election in his rearview mirror, he no longer is compelled to hide his support for radicals. Kerry has introduced a Senate resolution to honor W.E.B. Du Bois. Kerry's resolution emphasyzes Du Bois involvement in the founding of the NAACP. It conveniently, ignores the fact that the NAACP kicked him out for pushing for segregation of the races. More importantly, Kerry makes no mention that the man was an avowed communist who called communism "the only way of human life" and predicted that the free market was "doomed to self-destruction."

This next paragraph from the article in Human Events Online says all you need to know about Du Bois:

Du Bois fawned over any totalitarian regime that opposed America--Soviet Russia, Maoist China, Imperial Japan, and even, after a trip there in 1937, Nazi Germany. . . . . . . . While condemning anti-Semitism, Du Bois called it "a reasoned prejudice" in Hitler's Germany.

Beyond the fact that this character should not be honored, doesn't our senate have better things to do than honoring some old dead communist? The commies have already honored him "The Soviet Union awarded W.E.B. Du Bois the Lenin Peace Prize. Maoist China staged a national holiday in his honor in 1959."

Article found on Right Wings News.


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