US communists attack Boer Genocide victims
2 March 2012 Leave a comment
March 2 2012 – The US Council of Conservative Citizens’ leader, Dr Sam Francis, warns that an orchestrated anti-Boer campaign has been launched by the radical-communist ‘Occupy’movement in the United States of America which spreads hatespeech and disinformation about the genocide of whites in South Africa under the ANC-regime.
He warned that the Southern Poverty Law Centre not only vehemently denied claims by major international human rights organizations that whites face genocide in South Africa – but that the SPLC also actively attacks any protest groups who claim this; that their highly aggressive activists also spread deliberate disinformation and often spout hatespeech against anyone standing up to protest against the Boer genocide.
Dozens of peaceful protests took place in front of State Capitol buildings across the USA on February 28 2012 — arranged by the South Africa Project. Only two of these small peaceful protest-groups were violently attacked by left-radical ‘Occupation’ groups.
Thirty-five protestors of the South Africa Project in Sacramento, California were accosted by bottle-throwing ‘Occupy Oakland’ demonstrators whose aggression also injured two California Highway Patrol officers. And one South Africa Project protestor was sprayed with mace (teargas) by a left-wing protestor in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The other dozens of protests were peaceful – at some places, one brave soul stood up holding a poster, but protest they did. There were no confrontations other than the two aforementioned ones. In the video below, one can clearly hear the claims shouted by these aggressors against a peaceful demonstration that they were ‘nazis’…
Background: Occupy movement taken over by Communists:
US communist Lisa Bergmann – some of whose US comrades last year also went to South Africa as guests of the International Communist Youth Movement rallies in Pretoria – picture below — boasted in a speech to Portuguese communists in Nov. last year that the communists had taken over the Occupy movement for a very specific reason: to get US president Obama relected: Young Communist League USA organizer Lisa Bergmann boasted of this strategy while addressing a gathering of the international communist front World Federation of Democratic Youth in Lisbon Portugal, November 10, 2011: explaining their plans to ‘harness the movement to the re-election campaign of President Barack Obama.’
Bermann explained the Young Communist League’s strategy to get Obama reelected as follows: “…the fight for jobs and for real solutions MUST include re-electing Obama in 2012. It is the role of the YCL to emphasize this wherever we go, and to try to push youth in the Occupy movement and elsewhere who do not want to work with any politicians to understand that being absent from the political process is only allowing the ultra-right wing to build power : her speech and her Face book page
Dr Sam Francis writes: “The radical left-wing SPLC denied claims by major International Human Rights organizations that whites face genocide in South Africa. The SPLC lays out it’s alternative explanation. ‘You see blacks in South Africa only want to steal from whites and sometime kill them in the process’. The SPLC suggests that the whites are not victims of hatred or genocide, but victims of robbery. Then the SPLC cites ANC propaganda that white people caused it all. The ANC is the very organization that is actively promoting and encouraging hatred against white people. This includes singing songs like “Kill the Boer (white people)” at huge ANC rallies. This is nothing new. The SPLC has mocked and insulted white victims of racially motivated hate crimes in the United States.”
He continues: “The SPLC then claims that ‘white people who are protesting against the Genocide in South Africa are neo-nazis’. To back this claim, they cite one guy in Louisiana with a website. They say he is an ex-con and a member of an obscure “neo-nazi” group that no one has ever heard off. Francis wrote: “We did some searching and can’t find any evidence that there was a protest in Louisiana, or that the guy named by the SPLC had anything to do with organizing any of the (South Africa Project) protests that occurred around the US. “The SPLC then rants about two other people they say is connected to the first guy. We googled their names. One is dead and the other appears to be in prison. So obviously neither of the those two organized any protests. Nice detective work SPLC!”
Above: He writes: “Meanwhile the SPLC is mocking the victims of Genocide in South Africa. Look at the poster’s above name. “Antifa” is a violent Marxist gang that has committed violent attacks on conservatives all over the world.
Protests against South African Genocide are part of a worldwide effort launched in Europe:
“The protests against South African genocide are part of a worldwide effort launched in Europe. In the United States, the protests were organized primarily on facebook. We can’t find any evidence that the ex-con named by the SPLC played any significant role whatsoever (in this protest campaign). “ It is simply some guy with a website that redistributed information from other sources.”
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Lisa Bergmann gave a report, on behalf of the Young Communist League USA to a gathering of the communist front World Federation of Democratic Youth, Lisbon, Portugal, 2011. She dealt with the Occupy Wall Street movement and the campaign to re-elect President Barack Obama.
My name is Lisa Bergmann from the Young Communist League USA. On behalf of our organization I would like to thank WFDY and the JCP for hosting this inspiring, well-organized event and for ensuring that the YCLUSA could be here with all of you today. The Young Communist League USA stands firmly, as it always has, united with all of you against U.S. imperialism, greed, and war… Inspired by the “Arab Spring” and other youth movements in Europe and Latin America, the Occupy Wall Street Movement began in the heart of the U.S. capitalist system, and has now spread to more than 300 cities in the United States. Occupy is predominantly a youth movement, calling attention to the unprecedented wealth inequalities that exist in our country. Indeed, in the U.S. right now, the wealthiest 1% of the country’s population owns 35% of the nation’s wealth. While the participants in the Occupy movement are members of a wide variety of groups, they all identify as part of the “99” percent of people who do not have access to the country’s wealth. The labor movement in the U.S. has been one of the strongest allies to the Occupy movement. Other participants in the Occupy movement include peace activist groups, veterans, elected officials, immigrant rights groups, and of course the Communist Party and the Young Communist League! The Young Communist League, even though we are in a re-building phase, has participated in Occupy in every city where we exist, and has even initiated the Occupy chapters in some cities. Leaders of the Young Communist League and leaders of the Communist party have been arrested in Chicago on two separate occasions during police raids on the Occupy movement. Finally, I will speak briefly about the 2012 elections in the U.S. The election of Obama in 2008 was a tremendous victory for the people of the United States and indeed for people all over the world. The election of our first African American President has been a huge blow to the entrenched racism in our country. Young people are the reason that Obama won the presidency, as he earned 66 percent of the youth vote. Obama continues to push policies that benefit working-class people in the United States. And Republicans continually block these policies to make Obama look ineffective. That said, the fight for jobs and for real solutions MUST include re-electing Obama in 2012. It is the role of the YCL to emphasize this wherever we go, and to try to push youth in the Occupy movement and elsewhere who do not want to work with any politicians to understand that being absent from the political process is only allowing the ultra-right wing to build power. This is also so that working people can continue to focus on building a viable movement for themselves in the United States, that will be in a position to stand in solidarity with working people throughout the world. Angela Davis, when visiting Occupy Wall Street on October 31st, said that “It is up to US to build a movement. And it is up to Obama to respond to that movement. But he cannot do it on his own.” http://www.keywiki.org/index.php/Lisa_Bergmann