Saturday, May 5, 2012

Wikipedia Deletes President Obama’s New Marxist Campaign Slogan Link to Socialists

The Hitler youth also used the slogan forward “Vorwarts” is forward in German. 
Vorwarts was also the Hitler youth movement marching song.

Many forget (or have been misinformed as to the contrary) that the Nazis were socialists, just like the Russian communists also where.

Yep. That’s why they hated each other. All the different socialist groups – the communists, the Trotskyists, the anarcho-syndicalists, the Italian fascists, the National Socialists – were like competing religious cults, competing for the same disaffected constituencies. So far as each group was concerned there could be only one true socialist faith. Leftists hate being reminded that the Nazis were socialists, just as they hate being reminded that Mussolini was a life-long socialist.

Modern liberalism has an enormous amount in common with fascism. In fact the two ideologies are practically indistinguishable. Both are totalitarian, statist, anti-capitalist, anti-democratic and anti-Christian.

Below is another excellent poston this matter by Gary DeMar on

Wikipedia Deletes President Obama’s New Marxist Campaign Slogan Link to Socialists

Bismarck said that “the State must take the matter in hand, since the State can most easily supply the requisite funds. It must provide them not as alms but in fulfillment of the workers’ right to look to the State where their own good will can achieve nothing more.” Roosevelt and his admirers agreed. O’Brien, writing in Forward with Roosevelt, links Bismarck’s social policies with those of Roosevelt: “[The quotation by Bismarck] might have been lifted out of a speech by President Roosevelt in 1936, but the Iron Chancellor uttered it in 1871.”
“Hope and Change” was the campaign slogan of President Obama’s 2008 campaign. The 2012 campaign moniker is “Forward.” Many Americans would add “. . . Off a Cliff.” Obama’s colors may be showing . . . the color red. Fox News reports the following:
“The Obama campaign apparently didn’t look backwards into history when selecting its new campaign slogan, ‘Forward’ — a word with a long and rich association with European Marxism.
“Many Communist and radical publications and entities throughout the 19th and 20th centuries had the name ‘Forward!’ or its foreign cognates. Wikipedia has an entire section called ‘Forward (generic name of socialist publications).’
“The name Forward carries a special meaning in socialist political terminology. It has been frequently used as a name for socialist, communist and other left-wing newspapers and publications,’ the online encyclopedia explains.

“The slogan ‘Forward!’ reflected the conviction of European Marxists and radicals that their movements reflected the march of history, which would move forward past capitalism and into socialism and communism.”
The radical left-wing publication Vorwaerts (the German word for “Forward”) was a clearing house for German revolutionary socialist groups. Karl Marx began to write for it in 1844.
The ‘Great Leap Forward’ was an economic and social campaign of the Communist Party of China led by Mao Zedong.
I suspect that President Obama’s handlers will link the “Forward” campaign slogan to Roosevelt and dismiss the Marxist links. “If it was good enough for FDR,” they’ll probably say, “then it’s good enough for BHO.”
President Obama’s former associates and intellectual mentors – from Saul Alinsky and Bill Ayers to Derrick Bell and Frank Marshall Davis and his own father and mother — were Marxists of one kind or another.
Then there is Anita Dunn, a political strategist who served as White House Communications Director from April through November 2009 with the Obama administration. She said the following in 2009:
“The third lesson and tip actually comes from two of my favorite political philosophers: Mao Tse-tung and Mother Theresa — not often coupled with each other, but the two people I turn to most to basically deliver a simple point which is ‘you’re going to make choices; you’re going to challenge; you’re going to say why not; you’re going to figure out how to do things that have never been done before.”

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