Protesters’ Goal Is To Bring Full-Blown Communism to America

Trevor Loudon investigated the anti-Trump protests and found that most of the top organizers belong to communist revolutionary groups, including the Anti-Globalization Movement of Russia.  The movement pretends to be motivated by anger against war, racism, and social injustice, but the real goal is to bring full-blown Communism to America.  This is confirmed, not only by the organizers’ disdain for capitalism but also by the fact that, as we see in this documentary, when the leaders speak to their followers, they call them ‘comrades’, a term that, in political context, means ‘fellow communists’.  While we have  reservations about this film’s view that all this is coming from Russia while ignoring the great support that comes from within the United States itself, we concur totally with the primary narrative: The organizations funding and organizing the increasingly violent demonstrations and riots in America are following classical Marxist/Leninist strategies for Communist revolution. – GEG

Neo-Marxist operatives are exposed coordinating highly disruptive and potentially violent protests from coast to coast as hundreds of thousands of protesters converged on Washington D.C. for Inauguration Day, and in cities across the country.

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