Monday, August 31, 2009

You Gotta Dance With Who Brung You

There's been a bunch of chatter regarding the presidential advisors and their roles of whispering in the ear of our president. More evidence is being found and released which suggests some of these advisors, who are also called czars, have some deep seated anti-American beliefs. Does anyone know how much influence they hold? Thought you'd be interested in seeing this latest story out this morning.

Obama Adviser on 9/11: Blame 'U.S. Imperialism,' Reports Aaron Klein

/PRNewswire -- One day after the 9/11 attacks, President Obama's "green jobs czar" led a vigil that expressed solidarity with Arab and Muslim Americans as well as what he called the victims of "U.S. imperialism" around the world, reports Aaron Klein of WorldNetDaily.

Klein previously reported Van Jones, special adviser for green jobs, enterprise and innovation to the White House Council on Environmental Quality, is an admitted black nationalist and radical communist.

Jones was the leader and founder of a radical group, the communist revolutionary organization Standing Together to Organize a Revolutionary Movement, or STORM. That group, together with Jones' Elle Baker Center for Human Rights, led a vigil Sept. 12, 2001, at Snow Park in Oakland, Calif.

STORM's official manifesto, titled, "Reclaiming Revolution" has surfaced on the Internet.

A review of the 97-page treatise found a description of a vigil that Jones' group held Sept. 12, 2001, at Snow Park in Oakland, Calif. The event drew hundreds and articulated an "anti-imperialist" line, according to STORM's own description.

The radical group's manual boasted the 9/11 vigil was held to express solidarity with Arab and Muslim Americans and to mourn the civilians killed in the terrorist attacks "as well as the victims of U.S. imperialism around the world"

"We honored those who lost their lives in the attack and those who would surely lose their lives in subsequent U.S. attacks overseas" STORM's manifesto recalls.

Also, Klein obtained a press release of Jones' vigil, dated Sept. 11, 2001, and titled, "People Of Color Groups Gather to Stand In Solidarity With Arab Americans and to Mourn the East Coast Dead."

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