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Senate Hopeful Elizabeth Warren to Share AFL-CIO “Teach-In” With Socialist Frances Fox Piven

Submitted by on September 28, 2011 – 7:34 pm EST6 Comments

Massachusetts Senate hopeful Elizabeth Warren is scheduled to appear in an AFL-CIO sponsored “National Teach-In” with two leading members of Democratic Socialists of America.

The AFL-CIO wants activists to join “Elizabeth Warren, Frances Fox Piven, Barbara Ehrenreich (invited) and student activists for a national teach-in on the jobs crisis and student activists’ fight for workers’ rights, equal access to education, fair taxation and economic and social justice.”

Academic Frances Fox Piven is an honorary chair of the US’ largest Marxist organization Democratic Socialists of America. She was also the originator, with her late husband and DSA comrade, Richard Cloward, of the infamous Cloward-Piven Strategy – a plan  to advance socialism in the US by deliberately bankrupting state governments through a program of massively expanding welfare rolls.

Author/activist Barbara Ehrenreich is a former DSA co-chair and one of the original founders, in 2008, of Progressives for Obama. In 2007, Ehrenreich was also a leader of Movement for a Democratic Society where she worked with Barack Obama friends and former Weather Underground terrorist leaders Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn.

According to the AFL-CIO press release:

America wants to work, and a new movement of students and young people is growing to demand that our leaders get to work creating good jobs. As part of that movement, we are organizing a National Teach-In at the University of California Washington Center on Oct. 12 that will be webcast live across the country. Frances Fox Piven, other featured speakers and student activists will discuss the roots of the jobs crisis and how unions, students and community groups are fighting back to defend the core values of our country. You can join by organizing a teach-in on your campus that tunes into the live webcast and then continues to discuss local and state issues and campaigns. The National Teach-In is part of a nationwide campaign that week to impress upon our political leaders and corporate power-brokers: Now is the time for big, bold action to put America back to work, retain good jobs and rebuild the U.S. economy.

The teach-in will examine the disaster caused by corporate control of our economic and political system. Americans are working harder than ever today while earning less – as corporate profits soar. The big banks are stripping away the wealth of consumers, homeowners, students and young workers. Meanwhile, our infrastructure erodes and corporations offshore millions of jobs overseas – while hoarding more than $1.3 trillion in cash that could be used to create jobs. Schools, day care centers, senior citizen facilities, health clinics, parks and firehouses are starved for funds so corporations and the wealthy can get billions of dollars in tax break…

Unions, student organizations and community groups are fighting back against these abuses of corporate power and the efforts of the right wing to reduce wages, maintain tax breaks for the wealthy and eliminate social safety net programs. In Wisconsin, students and workers joined together to protect the rights of public-sector workers to bargain collectively. In August 2011, more than 700 corporate accountability events – rallies, town hall meetings and demonstrations at congressional offices – were held in 48 states to tell political leaders to stop protecting tax breaks for the wealthy and focus on putting America back to work….

We are on the cusp of a new social movement to resist and roll back the corporate domination of political and economic systems by the banks, big corporations and Wall Street profiteers. Please join the National Teach-In: Students Rising for Jobs and Economic Justice to be part of this movement.

That a Senate candidate and close ally of the President, should so openly work with professional revolutionaries like Frances Fox Piven and Barbara Ehrenreich, is an indication of how far to the left the Democratic Party has veered. There is no longer any shame in working openly with anti-American Marxists.

Does America really need another pro-socialist Senator from Massachusetts? Wasnt’t Ted Kennedy enough?

6 Comments »

  • rickie says:

    This is a multi-pronged and long-awaited attempt to overthrow our Constitutional framework. The Marxists, increasingly brazen with chameleon leader having made anti-capitalist inroads, are now speaking and acting freely, exploiting the very same liberties our founding documents espouse. Information is power; thank you Mr. Loudon for your tireless research on behalf of loyal Americans. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, with liberty and justice for all.

  • Angel says:

    Minions of anarchy, the armies of the unholy setting off to do their nasty deeds.

  • cali says:

    My observation is not related to the title of the post.

    This pic of Obama resembles that of Frank Marshal Davis; are we sure he was not Obamas father, I mean his mother was quite loose, without many morals.

  • Melanie B. says:

    Another round of indoctrinating our young men and women.

    Shocker: In two classes I teach at a small, private college, not one student claimed to have any knowledge of the mass executions of Christians in ancient Rome.

    Shouldn’t be shocked, but I am.

    Interesting, they didn’t know about “bread and circuses,” either.

    Wonder why that’s been removed from our cultural and historical curriculum?

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