Obama and the Left Using Ferguson to Nationalize Police Force

Obama Klonsky Van Jones

Obama and the left have created division between Americans and their local police forces. A ‘bad cop’ meme has been infused into America’s consciousness in order to bring state police forces under federal government control.

People like Mike Klonsky and Van Jones have aided Obama in fueling the hatred of police.

So why does Mike Klonsky, Mao sympathizer and former education adviser to Obama, in a recent blog post, decry both Obama and the militarization of the police in the U.S.?

It may appear that Klonsky contradicts himself when he calls for more chaos at the same time that he renounces local police getting geared up and driving tanks, but it all fits when you consider his primary objective is to bring down capitalism [see Klonsky in video from 1969] and to install a communist state with centralized power.

From Klonsky’s Small Talk Blog:

Six plus years and still waiting to hear, Mr. Obama.

And if you want to talk about ‘destructive behavior’…
Along with the decline in the standard of living for millions and the widening U.S. wealth gap, has come the militarization of local police forces in preparation for an anticipated rise in civil unrest.

According to yesterday’s Washington Post, several federal programs are helping local law enforcement to acquire heavy weapons, either by making funds available or by providing the equipment directly. One program at the Pentagon transferred surplus military equipment worth nearly half a billion dollars to local police departments last year. Grants provided by the Department of Homeland Security total another $1 billion, and Holder’s department provides hundreds of millions more.

Given that their neighborhoods are under siege by communist agitators and thugs, why wouldn’t inner city police forces accept military type weapons and equipment from the federal government?

Now the feds are offering law enforcement grants which will put more restrictions and expectations on local police departments. According to the Washington Post, police departments with “wide racial disparities” would not be eligible for the grants.

Another communist, CNN’s Van Jones, former green czar in the White House, showed up in Ferguson last week. The founder of the Ella Baker Center in Oakland has made it his mission to hate cops for the past twenty years.

In his recent Twitter account, Jones praises himself repeatedly for his accomplishments in stirring up racial tension with his “police abuse” campaign. Here’s what he writes:

“Yale-educated attorney who won 1998 Reebok International Human Rights Award for his work on police abuse?”

“expert whom @wef named “Young Global Leader” & brought to Davos 5X 4 police reform/crim justice expertise?”

“You’ve heard of @wef, right? World Economic Forum?”

“expert who had successfully helped to reform the SFPD, after a controversial police killing?”

“expert whom CA Bar Association LICENSED to run Bay Area lawyer referral service–on issue of police abuse?”

Van Jones may have been pushed out of the White House after news reporters found out he was a communist, but that gave him the impetus become mainstream and more powerful. He once said, “I’m willing to forego the cheap satisfaction of the radical pose for the deep satisfaction of radical ends.”

Wonder what Klonsky thinks of Van Jones? Same side, different factions?

The militarization of police has become one more scheme of totalitarians to centralize control and remove state and local control.

Image of Mike Klonsky taken from screenshot of video; image of Obama from screenshot of video; image of Van Jones from screenshot of video.

About Ann Kane

Former editor of Watchdog Wire North Carolina (a project of the Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity). Contributor to American Thinker blog.
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