Obscured/ hidden in archives and from American History books: BLACK Founding Fathers, Heros and Patriots.
May 29, 2010: Black Founding Fathers of Early America: First of Series
Why is this not included in American History?
The Far Left wanted our History books to start our American History at near 1889 with Benjamin Harris, our 23rd President……WHY? To start indoctrination obscuring and eliminating our Constitution? Our previous Founding Fathers? Daniel Boone? Lewis and Clark? The Battle of Little Big Horn?
The Communist Party USA, formally known as the Communist Party United States of America (CPUSA) is a Marxist-Leninistpolitical party noted for its staunchly pro-Soviet line throughout most of its history. During the first half of the twentieth century, it was the largest and most influential communist party in the country, playing a defining role in the early U.S. labor movement. The CPUSA’s close collaboration with the Soviet Union led to two major Red Scares, in the 1920s and again in the 50s, on the grounds that the party was a foreign-controlled conspiracy working to overthrow the American system of democracy and capitalism.
In the late 1920s, the party was shaken by internal factionalism when Josef Stalin pursued a Soviet-centered policy and the Trotskyists moved away from the Moscow party line to emphasize revolutionary internationalism. It faced another crisis leading up to World War II as the newly formed Soviet Union shifted from a militant anti-fascist policy to a “peace” platform during the years of the Hitler-Stalin Pact, and then back to a pro-war stance when Adolf Hitler broke with Stalin and attacked the USSR.
By the end of the 50s, the party transformed its revolutionary line into a more evolutionary one, echoing the Soviet policy of “peaceful coexistence.” Many of the more militant CPUSA members and their children continued to work toward stimulating armed class warfare as the New Left. The Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in August 1968, led to further disillusionment and defections, but the party remained a significant force in the anti-Vietnam War protest movement.
In the late 1980s, the CPUSA became estranged from the reformist leadership of the Soviet Union, and the fall of the Soviet Union itself dealt the CPUSA another major blow. The much-diminished CPUSA today continues to call for a “peaceful transition to socialism” in the United States.
JUST NO LONGER SILENT.