“Attack the System—which promotes an alliance of racial separatists, theocrats, and Leftists against what it sees as an increasingly globalized, centralized, liberal “system”—also courted Occupy. The organization produced a video—“Power to the Neighborhoods (A Message to ‘Occupy Wall Street’)”—that called for Left-Right unity, offering a left-wing critique of contemporary problems while offering a classic right-wing solution: complete local control.”
The above is a statement by Spencer Sunshine in this new article from the Ford Foundation-funded Political Research Associates. Read the article here.
Spencer Sunshine is an anarchist, or has at least been associated with anarchists like Fifth Estate, who shills for the PRA’s Chip Berlet, a former (?) Marxist-Leninist-Hoxhaist. PRA has a high six-figure annual budget supplied mostly by the Ford Foundation, originally founded by Henry Ford.
So we have the interesting spectacle of a supposed anarchist shilling for Communists funded by capitalist wealth attacking other anarchists for actually bothering to promote anarchism, while searching for anti-Semites with the backing of an organization founded by Henry Ford, a man who…had his own ideas about Jewish/Gentile relations. An added irony is that the “left/right alliance for power to the neighborhoods” concept was taken directly from Norman Mailer’s 1969 New York City mayoral campaign. Mailer himself was of Jewish ethnicity, as were many of his key supporters, like Gloria Steinem and Jerry Rubin.
The Marx/Bakunin rivalry continues.