NAACP: Meet its Marxist Founders (initial)

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The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) was founded in 1909/1910, essentially by Marxists.  It could be said that it was one of the original “front groups,” though some in it were less radical than others and that is common for Marxist movements.

It was an organization with which civil rights leader, Booker T. Washington (of the Urban League) sharply disagreed.  Then again, Mr. Washington sought true freedom for those of African heritage and for all people, based upon American principles.  He sought to avoid the pitfall of a return to authoritarianism and especially not the darkly warped version presented by the Marxist/Social-Darwinist “progressives.”

Clearly, a Marxist organization is an natural enemy of the pro-liberty, pro-Sovereignty, pro-American, Tea Party.  Meet the NAACP founders:

The first three:

Mary White Ovington, Marxist (link)

William English Walling, Marxist (link)

Henry Moskowitz, ideology unclear
…but wrote introduction to Alfred E. Smith’s
Progressive Democracy: Addresses & State Papers

The Niagra joiners:

W.E.B. Du Bois, radical Marxist
…and black separatist
(link-1) (link-2) (link-3)

John Dewey, Progressive (Marxist/Social Darwinist)
…thought leader, pragmatist philosopher & psychologist
…principal signer of The Humanist Manifesto
(link-1)

more to be added, after this writer addresses other matters

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