JOHN LEWIS: JUST ANOTHER COMMUNIST PROGRAMMED TO WORK AGAINST AMERICA
The Civil Rights movement was as much a movement to promote a communist agenda against the American, mostly White, establishment as it was a movement to seek remedies for historic injustice to Blacks.
Communists are known for pushing leaders who the people will accept, so they choose people like John Lewis and MLK to back.
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Lewis, honored as a special guest at the Democratic Socialists of America’s national conference in Atlanta in November of 2007, introduced long-time communist and pro-Soviet Bernie Sanders.
Massachusetts CPUSA leader Gary Dotterman, in March 2015, referred to John Lewis as his comrade, hero, and friend.
Lewis supported the Marxist Sandinistas In Nicaragua.
He supported communist and corrupt ACORN and voted against defunding it.
Lewis endorsed Keith Ellison for DNC Chair. Ellison is deeply tied to the Muslim Brotherhood.
The Democratic Socialists of America Political Action Committee endorsed John Lewis’s campaign for Congress in 1996.
Lewis wrote an article for the CPUSA newspaper People’s Weekly World, in August 2003, about remembering MLK. Communist periodicals seldom publish articles that are not about communism, communist organizations, or communists. This is more circumstantial evidence that MLK was a communist or at least a communist sympathizer.
Lewis marched with MLK, sometimes in the front line, and took a beating from police at Selma like so many others. Lewis’s close association with MLK points to MLK’s communist affinities.
After the Civil Rights Act passed, Lewis helped register some 4 million Black voters.
Since the Scottsboro boys in the 1930s, the communist party led by the Soviets had used injustice against Blacks to foster a rebellion and to seek the right to vote.
John Lewis served as a vice-chairman of the National Committee to Abolish the House Un-American Activities Committee (NCAHUAC) from 1962-64. The committee disguised itself but it was an obvious communist front. The House Un-American Committee, spawned in 1938, sought to investigate potential rebellious activities and disloyalty concerning communist organizations. Soviet dissidents were often in their crosshairs.
As vice-chairman, Lewis wanted to defund and scrap the House Un-American Committee. This is evidence that Lewis was himself a communist.
The National Committee Against Repressive Legislation replaced the NCAHUAC and Lewis served as a vice-chairman as well for the Southern Region.
The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), with Stokely Carmichael as its leader, morphed into a black supremacist, separatist, and militant student group. Michelle Obama quoted the writings of Stokely Carmichael for her thesis about Black power while she attended Princeton.
Marxist revolutionary John Lewis had been its chairman of the SNCC in 1963 and helped formulate its draft evasion policy for Blacks.
Lewis paid tribute, in 1964, to Norman Thomas who had run for President six times under the Socialist Party of America ticket. Lewis said he represented freedom, peace, and equality, when, in reality, he symbolized the communist goals of constant revolution, systemic genocide and enslavement, and permanent membership in the peasant class for the vast majority of people. Communist leaders like Lewis would be in the “elite” class.
Lewis became the first to be bestowed with the Eugene Debs Award. Debs served as the founder of the Socialist Party of America. An awards banquet for Lewis took place in Terre Haute, Indiana, in 1965.
Also in 1965, John Lewis penned an article of praise in Freedom Ways for Paul Robeson, a CPUSA member, and a public admirer of Joseph Stalin. Robeson had called the Soviet dictator, responsible for tens of millions of deaths, and the torture and/or exile of thousands, an inspiration for youth.
In April of 1965, at an event celebrating Robeson’s 67th birthday in John Lewis said that the members of SNCC were Robeson’s spiritual children. SNCC chairman Lewis stepped aside for militant and supremacist Stokely Carmichael to take over in 1966.
In 1966, the U.S. Attorney General wanted the W.E.B. Du Bois Clubs of America to make records of itself as a Communist-front organization. This registration was to be accomplished according to the Internal Security Act of 1950.
Lewis was forcefully and raucously against it.
A military organization bent on destroying the USA and dominated by the Socialist Workers Party, the GI Civil Liberties Defense Committee, had John Lewis as a sponsor.
Lewis also served as a sponsor of a CPUSA front group that grew out of an organization that worked to free Angela Davis from prison.
Lewis acted for a founding conference of the front grouped called the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression.
Lewis was a founder, like communists Marcus Raskin and Julian Bond, of the Institute for Southern Studies, a North Carolina-based derivative of the communist Institute for Policy Studies.