Thunderpig’s Mirror

The Marxists Behind The Anti-War Protests

Posted by Thunder Pig on October 4, 2007

Saturday’s protest, sponsored by the Troops Out Now Coalition, came two weeks after an antiwar event sponsored by the ANSWER Coalition, which drew roughly 10,000 people. ANSWER also sponsored a rally in March.

The groups’ agendas are similar, opposing what they call “imperialist” U.S. policy not only in Iraq but toward countries like Cuba and Iran — which has alienated some supporters.

“There’s all of these peripheral issues that you’re going to be associated with, whether you want to or not,” said Hamilton College history professor Maurice Isserman.

Both groups’ leaders were associated with the Workers World Party, which advocates a shift toward a Soviet-style planned economy. But a 2004 dispute prompted some members to form the splinter Party for Socialism and Liberation.

Members of the splinter group stayed active in the ANSWER Coalition, and the remaining members of the Workers World Party formed the Troops Out Now Coalition, Troops Out Now spokesman Dustin Langley said.

Source: Gateway Pundit

Commentary

I notice a whole new class of people, including the once-esteemed libertarians and “constitutionalists” have been suckered into becoming Useful Idiots of the Communists, Socialists, and now Progressive Movement.

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One Response to “The Marxists Behind The Anti-War Protests”

  1. songdongnigh said

    Its reached the point where they are no longer just useful idiots, they are willful and knowing tools.

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