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Top Communist Admits: Communist Party ‘Utilizes’ the Democratic Party – a Lesson for

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Top Communist Admits: Communist Party ‘Utilizes’ the Democratic Party – a Lesson for Constitutionalists
Submitted byTrevoron January 23, 2015 – 8:38 pm EST11 Comments
Communist Party USA, Chicago manJohn Bachtell, has admitted that his Party “utilizes” the Democratic Party “to advance its agenda.”

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John Bachtell

Writing on the People’s World website, Bachtell explains that much of the left wants to abandon the Democratic Party (as much of the “right” wants to abandon the GOP) to form a radical third party.

In an article entitledA radical third party? I agree!Bachtell explains:

Certainly, there’s widespread disillusionment with both the Democratic and Republican parties. That’s reflected in the latest Pew Research poll: 38 percent of voters describe themselves as independent, 32 percent as Democrats, and 25 percent as Republicans. In 1991, the three were approximately equal.

While acknowledging that both major parties are heavily influenced by Wall Street, Bachtell sees a big difference:

However, it’s not enough to make sweeping generalizations about the Democratic and Republican parties. It’s true both parties are dominated by Wall Street interests, but it’s also necessary to see how each party differs, particularly their social bases and how this affects their policies.

While the Republican Party is led by the most reactionary sections of Wall Street capital including the energy extractive sector and military industrial complex,it also consists of extreme right-wing elements including the Tea Party, white supremacists, social conservatives, right-wing evangelicals, climate deniers, anti-reproductive rights groups, etc.

Meanwhile the Democratic Party is also home to labor, African Americans, Latinos, other communities of color, women, most union members, young people, and a wide range of social and democratic movements. These constituencies exert influence on party leadership and hold positions at all levels.

Therefore, it makes sense, according to Bachtell, for the Communist Party to stick with the Democrats until a viable third party is feasible. To Bachtell, progress towards socialism is possible only after the “right” is soundly defeated.

The Communist Party’s tactics for political independence rest on several interrelated elements. First, they occur within the constraints of the two-party system. We don’t operate in a parliamentary system which allows proportional voting. Instead, winner takes all, and during the general election it usually comes down to voting for one of two candidates most likely to win.

That means candidates are backed by coalitions. Under these circumstances voting based on purity of positions is not a viable tactic. Coalition forces may disagree with a candidate on one or another issue, but find they must support candidates for strategic reasons – to advance issues and create a more favorable terrain of struggle.

Our tactics also occur within the framework of our strategic policy of building a broad coalition to defeat the extreme right, which we see as the main danger to democracy and social progress, embodied within today’s Republican Party. There are voting constituencies that presently support the GOP that have to be won over. Such an approach sees the need to actively challenge right-wing and GOP ideas that influence sections of the people, especially working-class whites, for example,through hate talk radio. This includes racism and intolerance which are key issues dividing the working class.

We see this as one of the stages in the long struggle for advanced democracy and socialism. Without decisively defeating the most reactionary sections of monopoly capital,disintegrating Republican Party support at every level, it’s hard to see winning more radical and advanced programs and policies and waging a fight against the monopoly class as a whole.

We envision a prolonged process toward political independence, with many turns, advances and defeats, utilizing many forms, resulting in a radical third party based in labor, working-class neighborhoods, communities of color, and democratic movements. Such a coalition third party must extend its reach beyond urban areas, to suburbs, exurbs, rural areas, and in “red” states and congressional districts.

Until that glorious day arrives, the Communist Party will continue to “utilize” the Democrats:

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Good article (even if we already know that Communists and Dumbocrats are in bed together).

Love your avatar. The woman has spooky, crazy eyes. She literally looks nuts!
 

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If you look at Liberals and Conservatives, which parties do they align with? Liberals=Democrats, Republicans = Conservatives. Which party is more aligned with Communists? Liberals run away from being tied to Communism. Conservatives get lumped in with the Tea Party and they embrace it. If given the choice, would America choose Tea Party or Communism?
 
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You people and your commie paranoia crack me up.

For sure, because they just scream it in your face yet you accuse other of being paranoid . easier I guess than having to accept the truth.
 

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You people and your commie paranoia crack me up.

We're paranoid about Communism? The ideology that has historically caused the deaths of over 400,000,000 people?

Let me give you in idea of how many 400,000,000 people would be. Each of these 100x100x100 cubes is 10,000,000 cubic units. We need 40 of these to demonstrate how many people your philosophy has murdered.

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Writing on the People’s World website, Bachtell explains that much of the left wants to abandon the Democratic Party (as much of the “right” wants to abandon the GOP) to form a radical third party....


While the Republican Party is led by the most reactionary sections of Wall Street capital including the energy extractive sector and military industrial complex,it also consists of extreme right-wing elements including the Tea Party, white supremacists, social conservatives, right-wing evangelicals, climate deniers, anti-reproductive rights groups, etc.

I guessed you missed the above part of this gentleman's apparent wisdom that you tout.

He's saying that the Tea Party wants to ally itself with such as the white supremacists to form a rightwing third party.

Still think his insight is brilliant and that he speaks the truth?
 

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Writing on the People’s World website, Bachtell explains that much of the left wants to abandon the Democratic Party (as much of the “right” wants to abandon the GOP) to form a radical third party....


While the Republican Party is led by the most reactionary sections of Wall Street capital including the energy extractive sector and military industrial complex,it also consists of extreme right-wing elements including the Tea Party, white supremacists, social conservatives, right-wing evangelicals, climate deniers, anti-reproductive rights groups, etc.

I guessed you missed the above part of this gentleman's apparent wisdom that you tout.

He's saying that the Tea Party wants to ally itself with such as the white supremacists to form a rightwing third party.

Still think his insight is brilliant and that he speaks the truth?

He's a commie admitting the truth about the Democrat Party, moron. No one claimed he was "brilliant."
 

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Writing on the People’s World website, Bachtell explains that much of the left wants to abandon the Democratic Party (as much of the “right” wants to abandon the GOP) to form a radical third party....


While the Republican Party is led by the most reactionary sections of Wall Street capital including the energy extractive sector and military industrial complex,it also consists of extreme right-wing elements including the Tea Party, white supremacists, social conservatives, right-wing evangelicals, climate deniers, anti-reproductive rights groups, etc.

I guessed you missed the above part of this gentleman's apparent wisdom that you tout.

He's saying that the Tea Party wants to ally itself with such as the white supremacists to form a rightwing third party.

Still think his insight is brilliant and that he speaks the truth?

He's a commie admitting the truth about the Democrat Party, moron. No one claimed he was "brilliant."

So he's an idiot with opinions about the Democrats...lol...

do you people really need to import that sort of nut to this forum?
 

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Writing on the People’s World website, Bachtell explains that much of the left wants to abandon the Democratic Party (as much of the “right” wants to abandon the GOP) to form a radical third party....


While the Republican Party is led by the most reactionary sections of Wall Street capital including the energy extractive sector and military industrial complex,it also consists of extreme right-wing elements including the Tea Party, white supremacists, social conservatives, right-wing evangelicals, climate deniers, anti-reproductive rights groups, etc.

I guessed you missed the above part of this gentleman's apparent wisdom that you tout.

He's saying that the Tea Party wants to ally itself with such as the white supremacists to form a rightwing third party.

Still think his insight is brilliant and that he speaks the truth?

He's a commie admitting the truth about the Democrat Party, moron. No one claimed he was "brilliant."

So he's an idiot with opinions about the Democrats...lol...

do you people really need to import that sort of nut to this forum?

He's a Democrat, nutburger. His blog refutes your claims that there are no commies in the Democrat party
 

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No, no,no, he's all wrong. Why, I read here just last week that liberals were Nazi/Fascists. So which is it? Commies or Fascist? Perhaps both?
 

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Writing on the People’s World website, Bachtell explains that much of the left wants to abandon the Democratic Party (as much of the “right” wants to abandon the GOP) to form a radical third party....


While the Republican Party is led by the most reactionary sections of Wall Street capital including the energy extractive sector and military industrial complex,it also consists of extreme right-wing elements including the Tea Party, white supremacists, social conservatives, right-wing evangelicals, climate deniers, anti-reproductive rights groups, etc.

I guessed you missed the above part of this gentleman's apparent wisdom that you tout.

He's saying that the Tea Party wants to ally itself with such as the white supremacists to form a rightwing third party.

Still think his insight is brilliant and that he speaks the truth?

Yeah, he says that, but it's 180 degrees out of phase with reality... kinda like you.
 

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No, no,no, he's all wrong. Why, I read here just last week that liberals were Nazi/Fascists. So which is it? Commies or Fascist? Perhaps both?

Well, when speaking of the Democrat party in general.. it has it's share of all of the above. Now with that being said, it is most certain than not all Democrats fall into one of those philosophies.
 

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This assumes some sort of distinction between the Communist party and the shameful democratic party. I submit that no such distinction exists. The democrats seek a centrally planned and managed economy under authoritarian governance, with the party as arbiter of the fortunes of all.
 

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This assumes some sort of distinction between the Communist party and the shameful democratic party. I submit that no such distinction exists. The democrats seek a centrally planned and managed economy under authoritarian governance, with the party as arbiter of the fortunes of all.

You are absolutely correct in your assessment of 'communists' and dimocrap scum.

But what both are too stupid to understand is that marxist communism is the absence of government
 

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You are absolutely correct in your assessment of 'communists' and dimocrap scum.

But what both are too stupid to understand is that marxist communism is the absence of government

None of the left seeks to get beyond the dictatorship stage. Ideology is just words to manipulate the masses, what the left seeks is power - raw power. The Constitution and structure of our Republic are an impediment to the naked power that lures the left, so they wage their war on the Constitution, on culture and institutions that form the foundations of the Republic, and on the very concepts of liberty and individualism.

All of this in the quest for dictatorship under the capricious rule of man.
 

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You are absolutely correct in your assessment of 'communists' and dimocrap scum.

But what both are too stupid to understand is that marxist communism is the absence of government

None of the left seeks to get beyond the dictatorship stage. Ideology is just words to manipulate the masses, what the left seeks is power - raw power. The Constitution and structure of our Republic are an impediment to the naked power that lures the left, so they wage their war on the Constitution, on culture and institutions that form the foundations of the Republic, and on the very concepts of liberty and individualism.

All of this in the quest for dictatorship under the capricious rule of man.

Absolutely correct. 100%
 

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