One of the most powerful members of the U.S. government thinks we can dig a hole to China to hear the communist regime laughing at President Trump.
During a press conference on Capitol Hill today, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi told reporters all we have to do is “dig a hole” because she thinks China is on the other side of the world from America.
President Donald Trump left little question on his thoughts about communism and socialism during his first address to the United Nations today, an “America first” speech that also touched on North Korea, terrorists, former President Obama’s Iran nuke deal and other issues.
Some of Trump’s sharpest remarks took aim at the world’s failed socialist and communist regimes.
The California Teachers Association is launching a campaign to “actualize the definition of social justice” by encouraging its 325,000 members to plaster leftist propaganda posters “in your school, classroom, and beyond to create welcoming environments and safe zones.”
The posters, provided as part of the CTA’s “Social Justice Toolkit” for educators, profess union slogans and far-left political ideology as self-evident truths students are expected to absorb and adopt, while utilizing the style and imagery of communist propaganda flyers.
“Stand with me! Stand for … social justice for all,” one poster reads above a large raised fist.
“The union makes us strong,” according to another, which displays a handshake in front of an iconic rising sun background.
Many of the CTA posters are available in both Spanish and English and are decorated in rainbow colors.
“We believe:” one of the posters declares, “Black Lives Matter, women’s rights are human rights, no human is illegal, science is real, love is love, kindness is everything.”
Critics of the decision to remove several Confederate monuments in New Orleans are pointing to offensive communist monuments in places like Seattle that are protected for their intrinsic value.
A towering 18-foot-tall statue of Russian communist Vladimir Lenin has remained standing in the eccentric North Seattle neighborhood of Fremont for decades despite strong public opposition and repeated vandalism, KOMO reports.
The comparison came from opponents of New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s recent decision to move forward on the City Council’s 2015 vote to remove statues of Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis, and P.T. Beauregard, as well as a granite obelisk the mayor dubbed “symbols of white supremacy.”
According to KOMO:
While writing about the removal of the New Orleans monuments, right-wing media site NewsBusters relayed a reader’s comment comparing the four removed statues to the Lenin statue in Fremont, the irreverent, artsy North Seattle neighborhood and self-proclaimed “Center of the Universe.”