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CampusReform: A Project of The Leadership Institute The Leadership Institute (LI) describes itself as “the HR department of the conservative movement.” It was founded in 1979 by Morton Blackwell as a young adult organization for the conservative movement. LI has already trained conservative leaders like chief GOP strategist Karl Rove, Rep. Joe Wilson (RSC), and Grover Norquist, head of Americans For Tax Reform. Its funding includes organizations and foundations such as the Charles G. Koch Foundation, the Heritage Foundation, and the Adolph Coorsfunded Castle Rock Foundation. CampusReform.org In 2009, the founder of LI launched a new site for college conservatives called CampusReform. The stated purpose of the site is to expose “bias” in universities “completely dominated by the left” and to give conservatives students a forum to report and organize against professors perceived as abusive leftists. Blackwell described the motivation behind his ambitious project to the American Prospect: “I have had a longterm awareness of how the campuses have become leftwing indoctrination centers, and many, many students can go their entire college educations and never see any representations of conservative principles on their campuses — but they see innumerable amounts of propaganda both in campus curriculum and with speakers and in campus newspapers. It has always bugged me that conservatives have not done likewise.” Toni Listi, a graduate of Texas A&M and CampusReform.org member, put this another way when he wrote on the site that the goal was to, “ smash leftwing scum .” There was originally a publiclyaccessible CampusReform.org subsite for each of the 2,376 fouryear colleges in the US which contained a blog, event listings, membership roster, and “access to a variety of powerful weapons to identify, expose, and combat leftist abuses on campus,” though the subsites are now said to be no longer accessible. The “weapons” consist of a system which allows students to review “biased” textbooks, rate faculty and “hold professors accountable,” report “leftist abuses,” and take a survey to record “specific injustices.” Originally, LI offered college students a $100 prize each day for reporting “leftist abuse.” CampusReform.org is a feeder for Fox News More recently, CampusReform.org has described their project as a media outlet, with the tag line “the #1 Source for College News.” Under the guise of “journalism,” CampusReform.org has in the last year broken stories concerning three Black women professors for sharing their views on social media about White Supremacy . Fox News and other media outlets such as the Washington Times have picked up stories from CampusReform.org, lending further publicity to the project’s stories. This coverage, in turn, informs white supremacist organizations , who have responded by sending hate mail and engaging in oncampus flyering campaigns to have the academic fired. Sources: http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2009/10/20/65093/campusreformleadershipinstitute/ ; http://www.desmogblog.com/leadershipinstitute ; http://conservativetransparency.org/org/leadershipinstitute/ ; http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/leadershipinstitute ;
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Davi Caldas • November 10, 2017 The left tells us that Hitler and his National Socialist movement were right-wing or, to be more exact, far right. One of the most frequently used arguments to support this claim is the fact that Hitler (and, consequently, National Socialism) was antiMarxist. Now, we could dismiss the argument at the outset, for the same part of the false assumption that Marxism is the only left-wing doctrine that exists and that therefore any who oppose it are automatically right-wing. This assumption is false because, since its emergence, the left has always relied on political doctrines that did not attempt to implant communism. The Jacobins of the period of the French Revolution (pre-Marxists, In reality, as long as a person retains basic leftist traits (such as the belief that government must multiply its functions and taxes in order to make "social justice") it is quite possible that such a person is left-wing and, at the same time a ﬁerce opponent of Marxism. As? Let's see. I, for example, believe that Marx's theory is impossible to realize in practice, as he had thought. He imagined a kind of "democratic dictatorship,"
Lessons from Rothbard and The Libertarian Forum, Anonymous People’s image of libertarians is often in stark contrast with their image of hippies. This is commonly a fallacy of the uninformed, whose experience with the ideology begins with the Wikipedia page for “The Waco Siege” and ends with Ron Swanson from the TV show Parks and Recreation. The libertarian is hardly separable from the tea-party conservative, or, as is the caricature painted by my Californian countrymen, gun-toting, beer-swilling redneck Trump supporters. It’s a representation that many of us living in predominantly Leftist communities are likely familiar with. However, the intermeshing of the libertarian caricature with the backwoods, conservative caricature is a modern invention that contradicts the origin of the libertarian. The counterculture movement of the 1960’s (in other words, “The New Left”) was one defined by a period of resistance against the illiberal activities of the coercive state. Aggressions that, because of those before us that wrote, marched, and protested, exposed themselves to riot police and the national guard, could end; state-enforced aggressions like mandatory racial discrimination and conscription. It was from this opposition to the mechanism of the state, and to the more traditionalistic aspects of conventional thought, that libertarian activism in this country became defined. More specifically, it began in the late 1960’s, with Murray N. Rothbard and Karl Hess’s periodical The Libertarian (soon after, The Libertarian Forum). These writings, over a span of roughly 20 years and collated into two volumes, available digitally for free and physically for around $20 from the Ludwig von Mises Institute, chronicle the development of what Samuel Edward Konkin III would surely have termed “Partyarch” Libertarian thought. There were many notable libertarians, including Walter Block, Rothbard himself, Konkin, and several other Libertarian academics and intellectuals. Among a number of interesting writings in these volumes are a few from ’69, which chronicle the schism within the still-active Young Americans for Freedom, a conservative student organization that touted the famous libertarian mantras of freedom, liberty, and capitalism, while toeing the Republican Party’s line: more interference in Vietnam in the name of “stopping Communism,” more prohibition of substances, the restoration of “law and order” as (at the time) peaceful protestors were being violently suppressed at universities all over the country. In stark contrast to Republican chicanery, and the false representation of traditionalism and conservatism as being necessary to a free society, Rothbard bode young libertarians and anarcho-capitalists to (in his words) “…leave now, and let the “F” in YAF stand then for what it has secretly stood for all along – fascism.” Nowadays, it feels as if the movement is being pulled towards either the inherent statism of the Alt-Right and the so-called “National Capitalists,” or towards the inherent statism of today’s far-Left and the so-called “Libertarian Socialists”. Neither group is particularly libertarian in nature, but both are making advances, drawing more non-libertarians into libertarianism and more on-the-fencers away. What’s happening today is an overall obfuscation of core libertarian ideals; ideals that, despite being propertarian in nature, are still nonetheless to leftist or rightist corruption. Rothbard’s love for the counterculture movement was quickly soured. As the 70’s came, so too did an all-too-familiar mixture of anti-property rhetoric and indiscriminate Leftist violence against person and property. 2 This marked the ultimate separation of libertarianism from the conventional political power-structure. On the Left were violent extremists who, in their fight against the state, were using coercive aggression in favor of a new statism based on principles slightly more in line with their economic views. On the Right were disingenuous conservative traditionalists reinforcing the power of the state to do as they’ve always done: champion the principles of liberty and capitalism only to strengthen American imperialism, and corporatist policies that favor a “free market” so long as it benefits the obedient, state-enforced monopolist dogs. This has not all been to disenchant new members of the movement. I began my journey into libertarianism only more than a year ago, and I’m sure those who read this piece have devoted far greater years of their lives trying to make our shared vision of a free world a reality. My point is that we should reject the pointed nature of the conventional paradigm; too often do libertarians take a 4-quadrant political compass test, find themselves in the bottom right corner, and ally themselves with anyone along that side of the spectrum. The reality is that libertarianism is a philosophy of individual freedom, and that is not a left-or-right ideal. [Anonymous, 18, Golden State anarchist] For information on the 10th outing of Mises Celebrations, an event coming up in Silicon Valley, See Facebook page:
Communists too, actually. Antifa groups seem to stand for very much the same sort of ideologies and policies that groups such as the Nazi Party did in the past, although with the preferred demographic shifted from “Aryans” to “oppressed peoples.” The prime goal of all political action is to fight the designated ideological enemy of the group, a trait which is shared by all Leftist organizations, and in this case the greatest enemies are white, Christian, conservative, heterosexual men, though anyone who does not fully accept their far-left doctrine is a target. A common Antifa quote, indicating their uncompromising desire for dominance and intent to cause political violence, is “Liberals get the bullet too.” In the same way as did communists, Antifa identifies itself with anarchism, indeed in a way most vexing to us real voluntaryists. As they only ever want to expand coercive state power, and constantly both encourage and commit violence against those who stand in their way, they are certainly not anarchists, but in reality, just tyrants in the same way as their ideological kinsmen of old. Antifa regularly and more accurately identifies itself with Marxism and communism in general. In keeping with communist tendencies common in the past, they hate “fascists”, as they are the main competition communists have. They act like they have the moral high ground being Communists. Ironically, communists and their regimes killed far more people than fascists ever did, by orders of magnitude, and communism oppressed millions of more people and for decades longer than fascism did. Antifa members seem to be unable to realize that they resemble fascists both in ideology and tactics, and even visibly, with their use of black-bloc tactics. They have too little historical knowledge to realize that fascism was also an authoritarian leftist ideology. Both communism and fascism were interested in using socialism as a way to control the populace and engineer the economy. They used similar tactics, such as indoctrinating the youth, weakening the family, and growing and glorifying the military, to gain influence and control their societies. They both took advantage of economically devastated nations, and were extremely authoritarian, and expansionist in nature. They were both leftist in that they were anti-religious, despised family values, and postured themselves in such a way as to be seen as they were fighting against the “oppressive old-guard”. These anti-fascists are fundamentally the same, in their desires and in their tactics, to the fascists they claim 3 to hate. As the famous quote says “The fascists of the future will be called anti-fascists.” Antifa groups may seem small and not very influential now, but they must be resisted. Very recently in Hamburg, nearly 10,000 antifa members, supposedly the largest black-bloc in history, rioted during the G-20 summit. Cars were burned, more than $1,000,000 in property damage was caused, and many police officers were injured in clashes with Antifa. They cannot be ignored. To all freedom loving voluntaryists reading this, and anyone else who wishes to live in a free society, I ask you to resist these people wherever possible. Use logic, reason, and evidence to destroy their narrative, tell them why they are wrong, and discourage their savage violence. The road to liberty is full of monsters who try to imprison us, but in the end, we will prevail. [They seem to think certain styles of authoritarian collectivism are bad and others not so much. While they try to act neutral, and call themselves “black flag anarchists”, they admit that “tankies” and “anarcho” communists are among their ranks; and of course they (at least in Colorado Springs) associate with the Marxists in town. I’m unsure what any of their differences are with the Marxists. Both want to: smash the “white supremacist, capitalist patriarchy”; obtain “worker-owned means of production”, i.e., expropriate businesses; and silence the masses in their crusade for “social justice” by smearing us with a slew of terms. Funny thing is, they call us [voluntaryists] “fascists” when we’re the only ones who are poles apart from collectivism and statism. So if “fascists” are their enemies, why are they spending time doxxing anarcho-capitalists? I assume they don’t want any competition in ideas. They want to be the sole virtue-signalers that everyone looks to as presenting a true alternative, which they don’t have. While there are a lot of fascists out there, and I’d say the American state is, surely this buzzword as they use it is becoming as meaningless as “racists” which they hurl around.
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Nanni Balestrini was born in Milan in 1935.
They see the leftist horde closing in, the patterns of speech becoming rigid, the violence and anger coming to a head.
It is not Nationalism, not Socialism, not Communism, not the actual Wild Liberalism and certainly not the Open Borders One Worldism that is now coming with its Massive Invasion ordered by UNO and practiced by EU and our Governments with the help of Leftist Human Traﬃckers NGO’s, all looking for "Electoral Enrichment"
As for the actual training courses themselves, they do sound like a kind and thoughtful gesture from the leftist-held government of Britain.
Rogelia Cruz Martínez, an architecture student, leftist, and former “Miss Guatemala,” suffered a similarly hideous fate in 1968.
4-Signs of the future that awaits us, if the ongoing coup were to triumph, can be perceived in the truculent and illegal actions of the military police of the states governed by right wing parties such as in Sao Paulo state governed by Alckim, with attacksagainst social movements,headquarters of leftist parties and student organizations as well as the killing of farmworkers in Paraíba and Paraná states.
There is no doubt that, in that case, no reason (or better yet, no pretext) for shunning unity would remain for those in other leftist parties who do not want unity and, as a result, the enemies of unity would find themselves isolated and reduced to impotence.
“Unlike in the Cold War, when Soviets largely supported leftist groups, a fluid approach to ideology now allows the Kremlin to simultaneously back far-left and far-right movements, greens, anti-globalists and financial elites.
https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2017/11/mexico-lopez-obrador-nafta-trade-trump/544295/ 7 a “leftist,” “populist,” or “nationalist” and some calling him the “Bernie Sanders of Mexico,” the “Trump of Mexico” and others comparing him to former Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chávez because of his populist views.13 Less well known or understood in the United States are recent clarifications from AMLO’s top advisors and announced future cabinet members maintaining his commitment to the economic success of Mexico and to successfully renegotiating NAFTA.
We always were there dude, years before you leftist puritans we suffered and conquered the right puritans, and we will do so with your brand of bigotry.