Black-Run, Leftist-Run, Homosexualist-Run America, and its Black-Run, Leftist-Run, Homosexualist-Run white Suburbs

Matthew H. writes:

A town near where I grew up always had two high schools. Over the weekend I was surprised to learn they’ve added a third: Bayard Rustin High School. This is in the Philadelphia suburbs, not downtown Manhattan.

Bayard Rustin is famous for his collaboration with Martin Luther King, Jr. in the 1950s and 1960s. He was also an open homosexual and a Communist.

So the veterans of the Korean and Vietnam Wars bled and died to give us a country where our young people are given Stalinist sodomites to look up to.

His Wikipedia entry is here.

LA replies:

The Wikipedia article says:

Rustin was a gay man who had been arrested for a homosexual act in 1953. Homosexuality was criminalized in parts of the United States until 2003 and stigmatized through the 1990s. Rustin’s sexuality, or at least his embarrassingly public criminal charge, was criticized by some fellow pacifists and civil-rights leaders. Rustin was attacked as a “pervert” or “immoral influence” by political opponents from segregationists to Black power militants, and from the 1950s through the 1970s. In addition, his pre-1941 Communist Party affiliation was controversial. To avoid such attacks, Rustin served only rarely as a public spokesperson. He usually acted as an influential adviser to civil-rights leaders.

Well, the days when Rustin and his name were too disreputable to appear in public are certainly passed, aren’t they?

Also, notice that his Communist Party membership lasted until 1941. Meaning that he was such a devout Stalinist that he supported the 1939 Hitler-Stalin pact which enabled Hitler to invade Poland and start World War II. Many other Communists were so shocked by the Stalin’s alliance with Hitler that they left the Party. Not Rustin.

And what was it that finally drove him to leave the Party, in 1941?

In 1941, after Germany invaded the Soviet Union, Joseph Stalin ordered the CPUSA to abandon civil rights work and focus supporting U.S. entry into World War II. Disillusioned, Rustin began working with members of the Socialist Party of Norman Thomas, particularly, A. Philip Randolph, the head of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters; another socialist mentor was the pacifist A. J. Muste, leader of the Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR).

He didn’t leave the Communist Party when Stalin became an ally of Hitler. But when Stalin supported the entry of the U.S. into the war against Hitler, well, that was it! That was going too far!

And a high school in a middle-class suburb is now named after this man.

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Irv P. writes:

And don’t forget Rustin collaborators; there is an A. Philip Randolph H.S. on 135th street and a Norman Thomas H. S. at 33rd and Park ave.

If you are a black communist, N.Y. names a high school after you. Not a peep from anyone in government or education. Why? The reign of fear!

IAG (It’s all good)! Anything goes because after all, we don’t want anyone to be offended! And Frank Borzellieri is out on the street trying to figure out how to pay his rent.

“It’s sick out there and getting sicker.” Bob Grant.

Paul Kersey writes:

We are the enemy. Simple as that. We are the enemy.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at May 17, 2012 01:21 PM | Send

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