Yesterday, we disclosed 2 documents, a archived press release from the New Party in 1996 and an archived Populist Progressive article, both confirming Barack Obama's membership in the Socialist Affiliate of the Democratic Socialists of America. On Wednesday, I went hunting for additional sources...
1996 Election Update From The Columbus Free Post
"The first NP member heads to Congress, as Danny Davis wins an overwhelming 85% victory yesterday (he got a higher percentage of the vote in that district than the President). NP member and State Senate candidate Barack Obama won uncontested. Interestingly, it appears that the local Democratic machine is trying to distance itself from our folks."
Link To Columbus Free Post Article
This revelation has left many people wondering how this could be since Obama ran under the Democratic Party banner during the 1996 Election. As a result, we want to shed insider light on how the New Party planned their takeover of the Democratic Party.
From The Happy Birthday Update Published By The New Party in 1997:
" the New Party would remain independent of the Democratic Party -- but without undermining the Democrats. The New Party's program for a new majority would, as Todd Gutlin puts it, center around an "old fashioned" concern for issues like living wages.
...the New Party's founders suggest, the left needs an organization that straddles the inside-outside fence. If the U.S. left is ever to make a meaningful decision on the third-party-vs.-Dems question, they propose, it must first take on the task of grassroots power-building.
Thus, most of the New Party's work has been in local politics, where its candidates need no party label -- just the activist energy it takes to win office. The party's strategy has been to build political organizations in a few targeted cities, working closely with labor and community organizations. Chapters run candidates only where they have a real chance of winning, combine campaign work with organizing and education, and refuse to spoil elections by stealing votes from the better of two major party candidates.
But to grow past the local level, something more is needed...
...Until major changes in the legal structure of the U.S. politics happen, we're stuck with a two-party system, and progressives -- if they want to win many elections -- will have to run, and vote, Democrat.
But without fusion, the New Party is not likely to have the capacity to swing higher level elections any time soon, inside or outside the Democratic Party. For now the New Party is nothing more -- and nothing less -- than a network of local labor-community political organizations. These organizations can, from time to time, move their political muscle and know-how into Democratic primaries to back progressive candidates for state legislature and even Congress, but do not have the size or clout to field their own candidates for the Senate, the Governor's office, or the White House."
Full Article Here
Now you're beginning to understand how Obama, The New Party and ACORN have hijacked the Democratic Party. Here is more, a tell all article published by a New Party Member in Missoula, Montana in 1997:
"As our party(ies) grow, and build a strong base of support, we should move up in electoral space to higher level offices...
...Chapters generally require endorsed candidates to sign a contract, with requirements that they be NP members, identify as such, support the NP principles and program, and work to build NP chapters...
...For the New Party, whether progressives should run as Democrats is a tactical, not ideological, question...
...We rely on the good judgment of our local organizers and leadership to determine whether candidates should run as independents or inside Democratic primaries, or as fusion challengers. Regardless of whether our candidates run as "non-partisan" (in fact, the vast majority of our candidates, as we're generally running in local elections which are usually non-partisan), "New Party Democrats" (inside Dem Primaries), or independents, they all are New Party members, identify as such, and work to help build local independent political power..."
Link To Article
Now you're starting to see the light of how dangerous this organization is, how it has hijacked the Democratic Party, and how similar their goals for achieving electoral success are to another 80 years old Socialist Organization that used the same bottom-up populist approach to overthrowing a democratic government. Can anyone guess what National Socialist Organization that was?
Another Interesting Obama Speech No One Has Heard About:
Chicago DSA Press Release New Ground 69:
"Obama also has put in time at the grass roots, working for five years as a community organizer in Harlem and in Chicago. When Obama participated in a 1996 UofC YDS Townhall Meeting on Economic Insecurity, much of what he had to say was well within the mainstream of European social democracy. "
Link To Article Look Under The Endorsements Section
What Is The YDS?
Youth Democratic Socialists - Interesting, Isn't It?
Why is this just now becoming uncovered?
These organizations with the help of the Obama Campaign have been scrubbing their sites for months to limit potential disclosure of Obama's nefarious roots. Meanwhile, Google in a celebration of it's 10th anniversary announced at the end of September that were making their very first Internet index available for a 1 month period. www.google.com/search2001.html
This index is unscrubbed, yet the downside is that the index is limited. Upon finding information, Google will post the original link, along with a reference to the Internet Archives link. However, IA must have archived the page for it to show up. So Search and Search Fast Before It Is Shut Down.
See Our Original Article Web Archives Confirms Obama As Member Of Socialist New Party
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October 9th, 2008
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