Who The Hell Are These Kids?


Free, free Palestine – The only thing you have to lose are your chains!

As we see the Palestinian protests growing across the country, we felt it was worth
looking at the protestors (however hard some of them are to look at). Who are these
people and where did they come from?

The way we see it there are three major groups.

  1. Some are exactly what they seem to be. They have an interest in stopping
    violence between Israel and the Palestinians. Some are opposed to all war.
    Some think Israel has gone too far. They feel average Palestinians have gotten
    a raw deal and want to see them shake free from the cycle of violence. There
    may be a few antisemites mixed in here, but most are not.
  2. Next group is comprised of, for lack of a better term, ignoramuses. The college
    kids who don’t know much about the issue, who are looking for something to be
    outraged by and see underdogs as the oppressed, regardless of facts. The
    misguided virtue-signalers, who came for the attention and status. The paid
    protesters are in here too – because they also know nothing about the issues.
    This group’s dedication is a mile wide and an inch deep.
  3. And then there is the third column, the deep agitators; the agenda-driven
    ideologues. These plant their flag on the cause du jour and use it for their own
    purposes. They try to use conflict as a lever to destroy capitalism and promote
    their communist ideology (you can lump the socialists and anarchists in here,
    too). Any cause will do, but they are most forceful in approved communist
    causes such as BLM, anti-WTO, Antifa, Occupy Wall Street, etc. These are the
    professionals, the smallest group, and the most dangerous.

The presence of this last group is unsurprising. Palestinian radicalism and communism
have a long and storied link. Even in the early days of the USSR, the communists were
opposed to the state of Israel. Vladimir Lenin saw the Zionist project as an imperialist
play by the west. After coming to the realization that Israel would not be a communist
state, Stalin was an open supporter of the Palestine liberation movement. Calling Israel
an example of “bourgeoise nationalism,” he fostered communist organizations in
Palestine and pushed the idea that Israel was an oppressor nation – an idea that
became a tenet of international communist teachings (hence the communist presence in
the takeover of Columbia University). Being anti-Israel has been ingrained in Communist ideology since the early 1950’s. It is essentially an outgrowth of a KGB propaganda operation.

The links between the Palestinian nationalist movement and communism grew in the
1960’s and 70’s. Soviet money financed Yasser Arafat and many of his PLO
subgroups, such as the openly communist PLFP (Popular Front for the Liberation of
Palestine). Palestinian terrorists also teamed up with communist revolutionaries on several
operations. Using Soviet money, PLO operatives teamed with groups such as the
German “Red Army Faction”, or Baader-Meinhof Gang, to train for terrorist attacks.
The relationship was so close that the PLO and the German Red Army conducted
attacks together. When Palestinian terrorists took over Lufthansa Flight 181 in 1977,
one of their demands was the freeing of Red Army Faction terrorists being held in West

The PLO helped numerous communist organizations on behalf of the Soviet Union
throughout their existence, including the training and funneling of weapons to the Irish
National Liberation Movement during the “Troubles”, and Central and South American
revolutionaries during the 70’s and 80’s. The link between the Palestinian Nationalist movement and Communism has not goneaway. Certainly, former KGB agent Vladimir Putin is doing nothing to dissuade dissent in the United States. Committed leftist organizations such as George Soros’ Tides Foundation, Students For Justice in Palestine, WESPAC, and others are funding many protest operations. Their true goal has nothing to do with Palestine. Does that not admit the possibility of foreign funding in all this?

Whatever your opinion is on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it is important to know some
of the forces behind the conflict here in the United States. A few trained, professional
agitators can turn a crowd ugly, fast. Police can be attacked or baited by those with an
ulterior motive. Antisemitic shouts might not be the opinion of the majority of the crowd.

For those protestors – generally, Category 3 as we’ve outlined it above – chaos and
discord are the desired results. Communist ideologues want to turn Americans against
each other.

So stay calm and stay informed – and have no pity when the police are given the green
light to arrest these protestors. A televised conflict is the goal for these subversives.
Don’t take the bait.


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