Sunday, August 16, 2009

Obama's Green Czar, Van Jones: Communist Enviornmentalist

Catagories: No Free Speech For Dissenters and Green Is the New Red

Van Jones wants to shut down Glen Beck for expressing his opinion. Why would an environmentalist want to take away someone's free speech rights? Because Van's a known communist, spurred on by non other than Rodney-Can't-We-All-Just-Get-Along- King.

Apparently Jones doesn't want to get along with Beck.

Excerpts from Worldnetdaily:

Glenn Beck fans are fighting back against a campaign led by a black activist organization prompting major advertisers to withdraw from Beck's top-rated Fox News Channel program.

Last week, NewsBusters reported President Obama's "green jobs czar," Van Jones, is co-founder of, an activist organization that has led a furious campaign against Beck culminating in major companies such as Geico and pulling their spots from the Fox News star's daily show.

In recent weeks, Beck has done several critical segments about Van Jones, who was appointed as the special adviser for green jobs, enterprise and innovation at the White House Council on Environmental Quality.

Van Jones' group says the controversy stems from Beck's recent comment while a guest on another Fox News show that Obama is a "racist" with "a deep-seated hatred for white people."

ColorofChange did not return a WND request for comment about whether its crusade is tied to Beck's recent reporting about Van Jones' radical connections.
NewsBusters exposed Van Jones is a co-founder of ColorofChange. The group's executive director is James Rucker, who previously served as director of Grassroots Mobilization for the radical

Immediately following the NewsBusters report, ColorofChange scrubbed its site of any mention of Jones. However, a Google cache of the site lists Jones as a founder.

Jones, formerly a self-described "rowdy black nationalist," boasted in a 2005 interview with the left-leaning East Bay Express that his environmental activism was a means to fight for racial and class "justice."

He was a founder and leader of the communist revolutionary organization Standing Together to Organize a Revolutionary Movement, or STORM. The organization had its roots in a grouping of black people organizing to protest the first Gulf War. STORM was formally founded in 1994, becoming one of the most influential and active radical groups in the San Francisco Bay area.

The leftist blog Machete 48 identifies STORM's influences as "third-worldist Marxism (and an often vulgar Maoism)."

Speaking to the East Bay Express, Van Jones said he first became radicalized in the wake of the 1992 Rodney King riots, during which time he was arrested.

"I was a rowdy nationalist on April 28th, and then the verdicts came down on April 29th," he said. "By August, I was a communist."

"I met all these young radical people of color – I mean really radical: communists and anarchists. And it was, like, 'This is what I need to be a part of.' I spent the next 10 years of my life working with a lot of those people I met in jail, trying to be a revolutionary," he said.

His appointment as a White House environmental adviser was announced March 10.

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So why would an environmentalist liberal care about what someone says on tv? After all, liberals claim to be uber tolerant and hail dissent from the "establishment", right? What does "being green" have to do with someone expressing their views publically?

Environmentalism is NOT about the environment; its about communism: they dictate what you shall buy, wear, drive, work, and say.


Birds of a feather flock together: Barrack Hussein Obama, Jeremiah Wright, Van Jones, Bill Ayers, ACORN.....

1 comment:

grace said...

HOW in the world did Obama get elected? I mean, can you believe it? After ALL of his connections to radicalism, terrorists, communists, abortion-rights groups, as well as playing a part in corrupt Chicago politics, it really boggles my mind and begs the question, HOW in the world did Obama get elected?

The majority of America seemed to be operating under a trance or a thick fog for not caring one way or the other about his shady past; even tho it now seems that many are coming to regret their vote. So if you really think about it and think about the principles that America was founded on as well as our Constitution, and then look at what we elected last year to be our next president, it had to have been a supernatural act!