Thursday, September 22, 2005

Useful Idiots on the March in DC This Weekend

According to the Washington Times, the groups preparing to descend on Washington D.C. this weekend in support of the terrorist insurgents in Iraq are being funded by a shadowy coalition of radical leftist and communist organizations. From the article:
The leaders of ANSWER, founded three days after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, are connected to the Workers World Party, a Marxist group that has expressed support for such dictators as North Korea's Kim Jong-il, Yugoslavia's Slobodan Milosevic and Iraq's Saddam Hussein. The latter two have been ousted from power and jailed.

Other groups associated with ANSWER are the Free Palestine Alliance, U.S.-Mexico Solidarity Foundation and the Muslim Student Association of the U.S. and Canada.
This comes as no surprise to those of us who have traced the internet connections between South American communist organizations and Muslim terrorist movements in Iraq (notably, and, which support each other with links and share propaganda storage devices). The servers for these groups have apparently recently been relocated from the Netherlands to Gaza.

More from the Washington Times story:
John J. Tierney, a scholar at the Institute of World Politics and author of "The Politics of Peace: What's Behind the Anti-War Movement?" said the core of the protesters are "ideologically very hard-core left" and that their agenda goes far beyond merely protesting the Iraq war.

"They're not anti-war. They are anti-West, anti-capitalism and anti-American political culture," Mr. Tierney said. "You see the speeches, the flags, the posters, the speakers and the pamphlets cover a whole host of revolutionary causes, literally everywhere."
Tierney is correct. The heart of the American "anti-war" movement is made up of the dregs of the failed communist movement.

Via Captain's Quarters.