Modified, corrected and cross posted from KeyWiki Blog
Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE), a spinoff from now defunct Missouri ACORN disrupts a local branch of the Chase Manhattan Bank, July 21, 2010, with chants of “predatory lender, criminal offender”.
Missouri ACORN was long dominated by supporters of the Missouri/Kansas District of the Communist Party.
One example is Missouri ACORN legislative laiason and Communist Party USA supporter Julie Terbrock.
Terbrock, like many Missouri radicals, moves around between organizations like ACORN, Missouri Progressive Vote Coalition, Jobs with Justice, Health Care for America Now! and of course the Democratic Party. For a time Julie Terbrock was Legislative Assistant to State Representative Maria Chappelle-Nadal.
Another ACORN radical, was former chair of the Missouri/Kansas Communist Party education/ideology committee Glenn Burleigh, recently St. Louis head organizer and political director of Missouri ACORN.
On March 24 this year Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment, joined activists for the Missouri Progressive Vote Coalition, in a protest inside the Bank of America tower in St. Louis.
Young Communist League supporter Ashli Bolden led the “Progressive Vote” contingent.
Tony Pecinovsky, district staff person for the Missouri/Kansas Communist Party reported the event for Peoples World and is clearly visible in the video below in his trademark beard, blue checked shirt and red fronted baseball cap.
Pecinovsky also serves on the board of Missouri Progressive Vote Coalition and is Secretary of St. Louis Jobs with Justice.
Even in heartland Missouri, the Communist Party USA beavers away to undermine free enterprise values and the American way of life.
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Without the Big Banks, how would those subprime mortgages have been issued?
I'm not an economist, not even close, but this just doesn't make sense to me.
Same thing with the death-blow to the Constitution: the financial overhaul legislation. I do not get it. I do not understand why ANYONE in the Congress or the Senate would vote FOR this. Once again, the legislative branch of government strips themselves of their (and, thus, by the American voter and taxpayer) of a check against the Executive Branch of government.
Was moved to tears last night by Whittaker Chambers' book Witness. Chambers was, in some ways, a reluctant Witness. Who doesn't want to salvage his or her own private life, to retain something of "normalcy"? But he moved toward the moment with trepidation, given strength as he went along. May we, too, recognize the moment when we must take a stand that may cost us even more of our leisure time or a better job. And may we, too, be given the strength to act when we need to act, to speak when we must speak.
For as Chambers says, the penultimate problem with Communism (Marxism, Maoism, etc. — he'd probably include progressivism) is not economics — although economics is foundational. No. The most vital problem with Communism is atheism.
Question: If Obama is a Marxist — and I think most red diaper babies, of which he is most probably one, must be unless they are actively working against Communism and socialism — then is he an atheist? Is he a "Christian Communist" espousing the principles of Liberation theology? Is he a secret Muslim, using the Shariah allowance for lying to the infidel to continue his ties to Jim Wallis and such?
I know this seems to be off-topic. I apologize for that.
The organizer is actually Hannah Allison, a former Greenpeace organizer from UNC (where they recently shut down a speech by Tom Tancredo with broken windows, threats, and fire alarms),.
Allison was working with Jeff Ordower, the former Midwest Director for ACORN. The group is now called MORE, and yes they are heavily infested with self-professed communists, including Glenn Burleigh, Tony Pecivnosky, and others soon to be named.
Anonymous, many people on both sides sadly use their children in protests as "tools". Of course, for the left, there's far more indoctrination and brainwashing, leading to near abusive use of children in protests.
On an aside, this "protest" happened 'near' me – I live in the St. Louis metro area. A completely staged event – by neoAcorn – they of course pick a branch in a predominately white community, instead of say, mostly white north county St. Louis or north city St. Louis. Furthermore, they pick a small sales branch, meaning fewer employees, fewer customers and little to no security. The protestors would get more 'cred' had they gone to a bigger branch and probably not "bussed" themselves.
What got me was seeing the two little kids standing off to the right in one camera pan. Who would bring their little 3 and 4 yr olds to a protest like that?