Communism and Racism in Bernie Sanders' Cuba

Updated: Apr 5, 2020

Alexandria Ocasio Cortez

On July 30th, 2018, the Daily Caller ran an article entitled:

“George Soros’s Media Network Worked To Help Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Win Primary”

“New details have emerged revealing that George Soros helped prop-up Democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s political career in an attempt to put 400 Bernie Sanders-like politicians in Congress. A former organizer for Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign, Ocasio-Cortez’s under-dog win in the Democratic primary was undoubtedly helped by online actors.”

Lindsey Graham called AOC a "Communist" and so she called him a "racist." This is how AOC's unique brain works. Any time anybody calls anybody a "Communist" they are a White supremacist racist.

Let's use Cuba as an example to prove AOC wrong.

According to a major Washington Newspaper--that rhymes with “toast”--in Communist Cuba, nearly 62% of the population has Black skin, but nearly 71% of its leadership in government is White.

In Cuba, it would appear that the Communist regime is the group practicing a form of White supremacy. What’s even more disturbing: In 2009, sadly 70% of Black Cubans had no job and 60% of Cubans who were Black thought racism against Blacks was the cause of the high rate of unemployment.

One of the reasons AOC and the rest of the Squad attack Trump like a pack of rabid dogs is that he and Senator Lindsey Graham properly labeled them as Communists who support terrorism, racism, and taking over the government and its wealth. Labeling them as Communists reveals their game, intent, and techniques, which have a hundred-year history in the United States.

AOC is a Communist who is backed by Soros and, along with Bernie Sanders and Jerrold Nadler, is a member of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA).

Because classic Marxism had failed from an economic perspective, the Communists had to switch to infiltrating cultures, schools, and churches from failed physical revolutions. They could not change capitalism, so they switched to trying to change cultures so they would be more agreeable to Communism. The writings of Communists Saul Alinsky, Herbert Marcuse, and Antonio Gramsci were first at Columbia University and then spread to the university system to have a major impact on American society and especially Black society.

Scott Campbell

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