Of course we are a Trotskyist organization and we see the capitalist system as bankrupt and dangerous, and we see Sarah Palin as representing that.
But we also ask why the hatred that is generated against Palin by The New York Times, the same paper which hates the Serbs, and in Egypt and Libya loves The Muslim Brotherhood
The answer is simple and very obvious.
They hate Palin because Palin so far anyway has showed that she is a fighter against the Muslim Brotherhood.
She stands in opposition to the main Obama political line in the world today, which is to line America up alongside The Muslim Brotherhood:
In the Balkans
In Ivory Coast
MAKE NO MISTAKE, THIS IS WHAT THIS HATRED OF PALIN IS ALL ABOUT
That is the hatred against Palin, a very reactionary hatred. This is no guarantee what Palin will DO when in office though but that is another fight on another day. I am talking here about the HATRED against Palin.
Unlike Pamela Geller we on 4international refuse, and we oppose, the use of terms such as “the left” to describe The New York Times
Pamela knows nothing about the actual history of our movement. Especially she knows nothing about the struggle for principle the against the anarchist Bakunin, against Luxemburg by Lenin, against Stalin by Lenin before he died, and the struggle against Stalin carried on by Leon Trotsky
Why should Pamela even utter the word “left” since she understand not a word of the history.
Yet these reactionaries, who are worldwide, and extend even into the Muslim Brotherhood (MCB) in Britain, are trying to blacken the name of Palin through their black propaganda.
And Pamela Geller is once more at the forefront of the struggle for truth.
The New York Times has called for people to examine the emails, soon to be published, of Sarah Palin, in order to carry out disinformation
Pamela Geller has asked to have the truth emerge
And we 4international are on the side of Pamela Geller
(follows extract from Atlas Shrugs)
I have written often of the irrational violent cauldron of vicious hate that Sarah Palin’s goodness (and very existence) elicits from the forces of evil the left.
A new low (is that even possible?) was reached today when the elite media, the NY TImes and the Washington Post, begged readers to help them go through the soon-to-be released email messages to and from Sarah Palin during her time as Governor. Wow.
Think about that. Such naked hate is without equal. If America is paying attention, this could serve to be an aha moment. An indication of just how over the line and over the edge the left has gone to destroy anyone that poses a threat to their plan to dismantle this once great nation. That is what they are doing. The more righteous and patriotic the person, the more vile and debased the attacks.
The idea that we should stay away from Palin as a possible Presidential candidate because the enemy within (the left) hate her so much is the quintessence of defeatism and stupidity. That is playing into the claws of the enemy. If the right takes such a tact we are rewarding the vile politics of destruction. The left, smelling blood, will ramp up the violent language and smear campaigns against any effective leader on the right.
Why should the party of hate and destruction decide who our candidate is? They did it last election with McCain, they propped up that RINO only to make a knock out punch easy-peasy. The only thing that made the 2008 Presidential election competitive and interesting was Palin.
Ann Coulter said again today that Sarah should not run. She has joined a chorus of naysayers. Coulter is wrong. The old guard and standard issues of the Weekly Standard are wrong. America loves Sarah. She is one of us. The moochers hate her. The looters hate her. The second handers hate her. The elites hate her. But the good, the decent and the fine love her.
Yes, Sarah Palin is one of us. She is family. Fight for her. And sign up for this over at the quisling Times and Post. Flood their email boxes.
UPDATE: We have had a strong response to our crowdsourcing call-out on the Palin e-mails. We’ve reconsidered our approach and now would like to invite comments and annotations from any interested readers.
Here’s how to participate:Over 24,000 e-mail messages to and from Sarah Palin during her tenure as Alaska’s governor will be released Friday . We’ll be posting them here, and are inviting you to comment on the most interesting or most noteworthy sections. Please include page numbers and, where possible, a direct excerpt. We’ll share your comments with our reporters and may use facts or related material you suggest to annotate the documents displayed on The Post site. We may contact you for further details, by way of your registered e-mail with the Post, unless you specify otherwise in the comments.