Make no mistake, the Marxist Revolution in America is not distant — it is here, now, today
Updated: Jun 30, 2020
Former Secretary of State John Kerry is using some dangerous rhetoric about the 2020 election. It is not inaccurate to say he is supporting the current Marxist revolution underway in the U.S.
In a recent panel discussion for the Alliance of Democracies, he made the following statement:
“If people don’t have adequate access to the ballot, I mean that’s the stuff on which revolutions are built. If you begin to deny people the capacity of your democracy to work, even the Founding Fathers wrote in the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, we have an inherent right to challenge that. And I’m worried that increasingly, people are disaffected.”
Kerry’s comments should not be construed as typical Democrat rhetoric about voter suppression in the current environment. Especially when Kerry’s remarks specifically accuse Republicans of suppressing votes by denying Democrat voters access to the ballot box.
He does not limit this accusation to the upcoming election. Instead, Kerry says this is why he and Al Gore lost their elections. Then he paints it as systemic by stating the pattern repeated itself recently in Georgia.
No doubt, he is referring to failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams’ evidence-free claims of voter suppression in 2018. Despite this assertion being thoroughly debunked, Democrats have repeated it consistently for almost two years.
What Kerry clearly is talking about is another American Revolution, not one seeking freedom and liberty from tyranny as he would strive to have us believe. No, this one will be about elite Leftist control of the people — in short, Marxism.
We can no longer equivocate. The Democrat Party is the central organizing force for the overthrow of the Constitution and the United States government.
To understand why Kerry’s rhetoric is so dangerous, you have to follow some history related to the Maidan Revolution in Ukraine and the activities of our own State Department in a program called Civil Society 2.0. During the impeachment farce, several commentators, myself included, did a fair amount of research into Ukraine. I arrived at the same conclusions that Oliver Stone and Glenn Beck did. Pretty odd group to come to a consensus, wouldn't you say?
The U.S. State Department and their associated NGOs (USAID, Freedom House, NED, and others) have given significant money to George Soros funded organizations in Ukraine.
The U.S. State Department developed a program called Tech Camps to teach people in other nations how to use technology, tools, and media to form protest movements.
These movements and media outlets also received funding from U.S. agencies, and Soros related NGOs.
Our diplomats and members of Congress took active measures to support the Maidan protesters in Ukraine and depose the government of Viktor Yanukovych.
Members of our diplomatic corps took a leading role in determining who would be in the government of Ukraine following the Maidan Revolution and took a heavy-handed approach to the formation of new institutions.
Maidan is not the first time the State Department engaged in this behavior, and there are serious indications our embassies are undertaking similar activities in other nations right now.
Former Secretary of State John Kerry is pushing the idea of a Marxist revolution in the U.S., though he is just smart enough not to say that bluntly and out-loud. (Photo: NBC News)
Kerry would have been well aware of all of this as the successor to Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State. Maidan is included in the list of revolutions called Color Revolutions. Obama’s former Ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul identified the “seven pillars” or common features of successful color revolutions after they first occurred in the states of the former Soviet Union:
A semi-autocratic rather that fully autocratic regime
An unpopular incumbent
A united and organized opposition
An ability to quickly drive home the point that voting results were falsified
Enough independent media to inform citizens about the falsified vote
A political opposition capable of mobilizing tens of thousands or more demonstrators to protest electoral fraud
Divisions among the regimes’ coercive forces
The evidence for items one, two, three, and six is indisputable, thanks mostly to the complicit corporate media in number five. We also know the CIA, FBI, DOJ, and some members of the military are at odds internally and with the administration. These divisions have bubbled up into the public consciousness.
So that leaves number four. In reality, number four just requires an invigorating event. It can be an election. In Ukraine, the president decided to move away from the European Union and closer to Russia. Or it could be the death George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer.
That last event is confusing. The death of George Floyd under the knee of disgraced former police officer Derek Chauvin was widely condemned, with a call for justice on both sides of the political aisle. Yet it evolved into nationwide rioting, looting and destruction of history.
The chaos is only puzzling if you can’t see the big picture.
The last several weeks have been a dry run. It stopped being about George Floyd a while ago. Maybe it never was about him The purpose of the duration and intensity of the chaos became evident when a video of Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors from 2015 resurfaced. In it, she calls herself, and another leader “trained Marxist organizers.”
This admission confirms what many have been saying. Black Lives Matter is an ideological movement, not one interested in a debate on how to improve the lives of black Americans. They are only interested in their ideological solution.
The obvious question becomes, where does someone receive such training? It appears the Momentum Community provides this kind of training. Below is a list of their clients.
All have clear Marxist aims that have significant overlap. What we are seeing is a group of affinity-based organizations around issues such as climate or some immutable characteristic such as race that all advocate for the same collectivist policies. And these policies have very little to do with the organizing principle of the not-for-profits involved. Momentum is pretty transparent about this.
Their website pushes the false narrative of the “1%” — a leftover from the Occupy Wall Street movement, indicating these are the same people. In a section headed “Why is Momentum Important?”, Momentum claims that most of the U.S. citizenry is under the thumb of those elitists who supposedly control the economy in a negative way.
The section goes on to advocate for “transformational change” led by “popular movements … that will allow ordinary people to claim their collective power and shift the terrain under policymakers feet [emphasis added].”
We have also seen their organizing model for revolution in action in the past several weeks. It explicitly references color revolutions and the Arab Spring. All these revolutions benefited from our State Department’s Civil Society 2.0 Tech Camp training in organizing and collaboration. Now, these skills and methods are taught domestically.
A section titled “What does Momentum teach?” references violent ‘60s Marxist “community organizer Saul Alinsky who wrote “Rules for Radicals,” the textbook for Marxist takeover of the United States. Today’s Marxists want to do exactly as Alinsky advocated, to use what they call “structure-based organizations” such as community organizers and labor unions at the forefront of the effort.
The strategy has been invoked nationwide over the last month. They make instrumental demands using the leverage of those groups over policymakers to win reforms for their members. To force the issue, they organize mass protests, the allow them to turn violent, hoping to win their war on democracy.
So far, they’ve been successful.
Do not be surprised when the protestors, rioters and looters take up the fourth pillar, the issue of “voter suppression.” The foundation for that argument is being laid by Democrats generally and embellished and amplified by Kerry. In his comments, Kerry frames voter suppression as the strategy of his political opponents and references a “history” of the behavior — a “history” for which there is no evidence.
We are already in a national conversation about how to conduct the election in November due to the Wuhan virus pandemic. Democrats are insisting on mail-in voting due to a health crisis China, and perhaps the Democrats as well, created. Republicans correctly raise concerns about fraud in the process. Their objections are framed as voter suppression by Democrats.
In the last several weeks, several other dangerous things have happened. Many Americans have become demoralized as activists who claim the moral high ground demand our history, and even the color of our skin is a source of shame.
Racism has stopped being something to overcome. Instead, it is inherent in the very institutions we have built and can only be fixed by reforming the system. Again, by replacing our democratic republic with a Marxist state.
The demoralization follows a blow to the economy caused by nationwide economic shutdowns and further damage from riots. Law enforcement, normally able to keep citizens safe, has been completely demoralized, with progressive big-city mayors jumping on board.
Do you believe in coincidences? Or do you see a strategy?
Now John Kerry and Democrats are setting the country up to question the very foundation of our republic. By choosing the election as the invigorating event, it could rock the nation to its very foundation. One of the defining characteristics of our nation is the peaceful transfer of power following free and fair elections.
Now Democrats and their allies in the corporate media are organizing to attack that foundation. If they are successful, the last four weeks and the continued chaos bound to continue through the summer are going to look like the “Summer of Love” Mayor Jenny claimed CHOP was all about.
We are facing the very real, very violent overthrow of the United States government. Are we ready? Or will we just let it happen?