Saturday, April 18, 2009

Obama's Comrades, yes we can! Long live the Revolution! Long live Fidel! Long live Obama!

In celebration of the Obama/Chavez meeting I thought this was appropriate.

Translated by the YouTube site owner.

Esteemed members of the Venceremos Brigade

I am proud to be standing here in front of you to report that the mission of the distinguished agent, William Ayers, has culminated in incalculable success. For the first time in the history of the Cuban Revolution, the vanguard of all independent and revolutionary movements around the world, we have been able to infiltrate the government of the United States with an agent of international socialism. Yes, comrades, I refer to our brother in arms,who we met through Ayers that glorious day in our training camp, Barack Obama.

Now, with the guaranteed victory of Obama in the polls, the revolution in Cuba, the revolution in Venezuela,in Bolivia, in Iran, and around the Earth, will have the US as an ally, with all of its political, economic, and military power. In the first month of the Obama presidency, the Comandant predicts that the US will pay reparations to Cuba for their criminal embargo over the many cruel decades.

The Comandant informs us that Obama will surrender to Cuba various nuclear arms in a form of self-defense. In case of a likely coup.

Comrades, we have destroyed Imperialism from the inside, now that it has become difficult to attack from outside. This clandestine campaign, begun 45 years ago, demonstrates that though the fight may be long, he who does not give up will emerge victorious.

We regret that it was the Chicago cell instead of the Miami cell that was able to ascend to the highest governmental position.

Meanwhile, we will continue to support the liberals with fanatical fervor.

Friends, this is the true change. The hope of a new day.

Comrades, yes we can! Long live the Revolution! Long live Fidel! Long live Obama!

And long live Cuba!

Related thread: The following story was about my mother and her experience as a writer for her college paper. In 1968 she wrote an article about a Latin revolutionary coming to speak to her political science class. And you will see how the brigade talks about a clandestine campaign that started 45 years ago.

When Palin spoke about Ayers, Palin was dead on right.

An enemy in our midst: it is us

The Birth of a Revolution

"...He looked a lot like Che Guevara, drove a diesel van. Kept his gun in quiet seclusion, such a humble man. The only survivor of the National People's Gang. Panic in Detroit, I asked for an autograph. He wanted to stay home, I wish someone would phone."

Lyrics from Panic in Detroit by David Bowie from the album Alladin Sane 1973


The following is a copy of the story that was written for the Macomb County Community College's paper Sporadic back in 1968. The author of the story tells me how certain parts of the original story were edited out. And what happened after this story was published.

A readable copy is at the link.

The author, Sydney Lamb, was a single mother then with three children and attended college so she could become a teacher. This woman grew up fighting in the civil rights movement but left the movement when she was threatened by Black Militants.

This woman was a Democrat who left the Democrat party because it was becoming too liberal and began backing the radical left.

Her background made her an expert on what the Democrat party had become and what it is today. And she wrote about it through the lens of objectivity and was threatened for it.

The threats made against Sydney were death threats written on paper that were placed on the college paper's office door to wrapping her vehicle in chains so she could not open it.

Ironically those who made threats against her, burned the campus paper. Who made the threats? The Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and one professor who while in class held up the paper and lit a match to it all the while, the students laughed.

The SDS is same organization that finds its founders and roots in people like Tom Hayden who exported workers to Cuba and supporters like Willam Ayers who was part of the Weather Underground an organization that could be refered to as a terrorist group back then.

These two men are supporters of Barack Obama.

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