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Sunday, February 26, 2012

Congressman Rangel Praises Communist Party USA Leader Who : "Made Profound Theoretical Contributions To The Class and Democratic Struggles In The US."

In an earlier article I exposed how Democratic Congressman Danny K Davis was to be the keynote speaker at a Communist Party USA event, but it would appear that he is not the only Democrat that openly supports the Communist Party.

During the recent 100th Anniversary celebration for the former Communist Party USA (CPUSA) Leader Henry Winston , letters of support were read to the crowd, including one from Democratic Congressman Charlie Rangel.

In the letter, Rangel expressed his regret for not being able to attend and praised the "profound theoretical contributions to the class and Democratic struggles in the United States" by the Communist Leader:

"Thank you for inviting me to the 100th Anniversary of the birth of Henry Winston. While I would very much like to join you I deeply regret I can not.

The public deserves to know the significant part of black and American history that is Henry Winston. His mission, to ensure equal rights and civil rights for African-Americans long preceded the emergence of racial equality with the current mainstream American political thought. Winston made profound theoretical contributions to the class and Democratic struggles in the United States.
During his life and career, he emphasised the struggle of minorities to obtain and secure civil and economic rights. His contribution to the fight against racism and exploitation have been more than beneficial to our lives and the lives of generations to come.

Congressman Rangel"

Here is a video of Congressman Rangel's letter being read to the Communists in attendance. (Begins at the 3:10 mark):

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Ironically the only "profound theories" about "class and the Democratic struggle in the United States" that a CPUSA Leader can "contribute" are, of course, the theories of Communism.

So it would seem that as the United States continues to fall into the depths of extreme progressivism, the line between Democrat and Communist no longer exist since the heros of those who see the ruling class, the United States and the free market as their enemy, are now openly those of the 'Democrat Party'.

Henry Winston (left) with the USSR's Communist Party Leader, Leonid Brezhnev, and Gus Hall (far right) the Chairman of the CPUSA.

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