Manning R. Johnson and a Communist Agenda
President Obama recently announced that he was proud his administration had not been plagued by scandals. Upon hearing this, most Americans probably fought to keep their food down, as the past eight years have been the most tumultuous, chaotic, divided, and violent that many can remember over the past several decades. Since the beginning of the Obama administration, it was clear that there was an agenda to use not only class and wealth, but also race, as issues that would bitterly divide the nation. Groups like Black Lives Matter and Occupy Wall Street are well-organized socialist front groups put on the streets under the guise of populist uprisings against the alleged oppression of capitalist America. A deadly narrative depicting a racist nation, where innocent black men are constantly hunted down by police and ruthlessly murdered is not only pushed by Obama, but also supported by the leftist media, and communist-controlled education system, as well. As he prepares to leave office, and America (hopefully) returns to normal under a new president, it is overwhelmingly clear that race is the driving issue being used to bring fundamental change to our constitutional republic. The question remains, however: is this President Obama’s agenda or he is working to implement one that was started many, many decades ago?
The Democrat party has risen to prominence by portraying the Republicans as racist and uncompassionate towards the poor. Democrat politicians continually campaign on the ideology that Republicans seek to keep black people impoverished because they care more about corporate profits than people. The exact opposite is true. Many people are awakening to the fact that it was indeed Republicans who have continually voted in favor of civil rights for blacks, while Democrats traditionally voted against them. In fact, the current impoverished conditions of many black Americans can be directly tied to the Democrat party, when President Lyndon Johnson created his so called “Great Society” program, which did little but ensure that blacks would be dependent upon government welfare for generations to come. In fact, Lyndon B. Johnson was quoted as saying “I’ll get those n***ers voting Democratic for the next 200 years.” Essentially, that is what has happened – black Americans have been tricked into voting for their own subjugation under the guise of compassion. Government dependency and generational welfare has destroyed many millions of black families.
The truth is that black America has been used for decades to bring about a socialist state in America. Barack Obama is a community organizer and has connections to groups like Democratic Socialists of America, who, in 1983, under the leadership of Frances Fox Piven, developed a voting strategy to radicalize the Democrat party along class and racial lines. Piven, along with her husband Richard Cloward, also developed what has come to be known as the Cloward and Piven strategy. In an article entitled “The Weight of the Poor: A Strategy to End Poverty,” which appeared in “The Nation” magazine in 1966, Piven called for the deliberate creation of an unsustainable welfare state which would inevitably crash the economy and force the government to implement a socialist economic system. It is hard to argue that certain aspects of this strategy are not currently in play. There are more people drawing off of the welfare system than paying into it. As of 2013, according to an article published by townhall.com, there were 108,592,000 people drawing some kind of welfare benefit, while there were only 101,716,000 people working full time. That’s seven million more people receiving benefits provided by tax payers. This is the very definition of unsustainable.
Still, we are left with the question of where this agenda originates. Is this all Obama, Piven, and the Democrats, or does it go back further? Communists have a history of deception, as they have used so called oppressed groups to create revolutionary movements to force their agenda upon unsuspecting nations. In Russia, China, Cambodia, Cuba, and other communist nations, the oppressor has been described as capitalism, or the bourgeoisie, and the oppressed have been the workers. They also use race to discredit their opposition. In fact, the very word racism is directly tied to Communist movements as Leon Trotsky, leader of the Red Army, coined the term to discredit the Eastern Slavs for doing nothing more than attempting to preserve their cultural identity in the face of communist aggression. This brings us to the main point of this article: communist revolutionaries, decades ago, began using black Americans in an effort to destroy the United States’ capitalist system, and in the process, deliberately destroyed the black American.
Manning R. Johnson was a black American who was a member of the Communist Party U.S.A in the 1930’s. In fact, he was running for New York’s 22nd congressional district as a Communist candidate. He, like many other Americans, became enamored by the deceptive narrative that Communists stood for human rights and peace, and that capitalism was the oppressor of the working class.
“Ten years I labored in the cause of Communism. I was a dedicated “comrade.” All my talents and efforts were zealously used to bring about the triumph of Communism in America and throughout the world. To me, the end of capitalism would mark the beginning of an interminable period of plenty, peace, prosperity and universal comradeship. All racial and class differences and conflicts would end forever after the liquidation of the capitalists, their government and their supporters. A world union of Soviet States under the hegemony of Russia would free and lead mankind on to Utopia.”
Johnson was a highly trained communist agent who had worked his way up into the Politburo. Eventually, he left the party because he learned the true nature of the communist plan; more specifically, he learned that black Americans were deliberately being used to push a communist agenda and that they were, in truth, despised by the very communists that claimed to be fighting for them. After leaving, he wrote the book “Color, Communism and Common Sense,” which, after reading, the reader is left with little doubt that what we are witnessing today stems back to this agenda. Everything from the infiltration of the black church to the creation of the so called “Uncle Tom” is discussed in this book.
“Little did I realize until I was deeply enmeshed in the Red Conspiracy, that just and seeming grievances are exploited to transform idealism into a cold and ruthless weapon against the capitalist system — that this is the end toward which all the communist efforts among Negroes are directed.”
In short, the impoverished state of many black Americans can be traced back to early roots of America’s communist movement. They have been exploited and used by those who have taught them they are systematically oppressed by the white man. They have been organized in an effective voting machine where they continually vote the same racist party into power on the promise of welfare and other benefits. The conditions of their communities never change; in fact, they worsen. This is then used to further the argument for socialist solutions.
Many people fail to understand the true difference between the way the left and right wings view humanity. The left believes primarily in science, not God and spirituality. They believe in Darwinian evolution, where black people are viewed as being lower on the evolutionary chain; they believe that black people literally cannot make it in a free society and, in fact, wish to be enslaved. Benjamin Rush, who has come to be known as the father of modern psychiatry, coined a term called “negritude.” He believed that blacks were simply not as capable as higher-evolved whites and argued that they should be taken care of by the white man. To understand this further, read my article “Psychiatry: The True Origins of Racism.”
Looking at what is occurring in our society today, with the Black Lives Matter movement and the deceptive “white privilege” narrative: it is hard to argue that there is not truth in Manning Johnson’s words. This begs the question: does Barack Obama know of this agenda, and did he purposefully use the black community to worsen race relations in order to force a communist solution? Only time will tell, because it is unlikely that Donald Trump will be able to slow what Obama has created.
Article reposted with permission from In Defense of Our Nation