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Under the cover of darkness


Black Belt Apartheid

Radicals revive the Communist Party’s segregated black nation.

[Excerpt] … The roots of a separate, segregated black state go back to the Communist Party USA, a Soviet-controlled party with an overwhelmingly white leadership. CPUSA doctrine held that blacks were not real Americans, and as Paul D’Amato noted in the International Socialist Review, “In 1928, the Comintern declared that Blacks in the U.S. constituted a nation, and they called for ‘self-determination in the Black Belt.’ The Black Belt was a swath of territory cutting through the South known for its rich, dark soil, in which rural Blacks at that time were concentrated in large numbers.”

Likewise, in “Communism’s African-American Soviet Republic,” Paul Kengor charted how in 1930 the Communist International called for creation of a Soviet-directed and controlled “Negro Republic” among America’s Southern states. Professor Kengor also found that the current Revolutionary Communist Party calls for black Americans to unite into a separate, autonomous republic in the American South,  “the southern part of the former imperialist United States of America.” The decision would be made by “a special vote in which only African-Americans would be eligible to participate.”

“Whether CPUSA or the Revolutionary Communist Party, they never go away,” Kengor wrote. “They merely lie in wait to exploit the next crisis, whether in the Jim Crow South or in the efforts of Barack Obama and the Wall Street mob to demonize ‘millionaires and billionaires.’”

Professor Kengor, author of The Communist, also observed that CPUSA organizer Frank Marshall Davis, “would advise a Hawaiian adolescent named Barack Obama.” In the home stretch of his presidency, black belt apartheid is sure to mount a surge.


Byline Lloyd Billingsley, the author of Bill of Writes: Dispatches from the Political Correctness Battlefield and Hollywood Party: Stalinist Adventures in the American Film Industry

July 22, 2016
FrontPage Magazine

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