California: The Country’s Center For Indoctrination
In San Francisco, thousands of students participated in the ‘walkout’ protest Wednesday which was supposed to be a demonstration focused around ending gun violence. Leave it to California to quickly screw that up.
Following one of the main marches in San Francisco, several hundred grammar school age and high school students were herded to bleacher seats in Ghirardelli Square next to the Maritime Museum. Led by several adults, teachers, college age students and Stephen Gong, a junior at Lowell High School, several hundred children gathered in a throwback Maoist fashion.
Once all of the children were seated, some of the leaders of the group proceeded to tell all of the children to raise their fists in the air in preparation for a chant. The raised fist symbolizes the ‘clenched fist of communism,’ that was made famous by the likes of Karl Marx and Communist regimes throughout history. Guadalupe Cisneros was the name on the permit for the gathering.
Once the chidlren had their fists raised, the leaders and speakers told them that they were going to recite a chant and that they would ‘get louder and louder’ as they went along.
The chant they recited was coined and made famous by a black liberation member named Assata Shakur, who was found guilty in the 1973 murder of New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster. Watch below…
Shakur was incarcerated in several prisons in the 70’s. She escaped from U.S. prison in 1979 and has been living in Cuba in political asylum since 1984. Born as JoAnne Deborah Byron, Shakur followed Marx’s words as law.
Aaron Ford, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Newark office, said, “While living openly and freely in Cuba, she continues to maintain and promote her terrorist ideology. She provides anti-U.S.-government speeches, espousing the Black Liberation Army’s message of revolution and terrorism.”
Shakur was once protected from extradition by now congresswoman Maxine Waters who penned a letter to Fidel Castro advocating against the extradition of Shakur, a woman she called a ‘freedom fighter.’