Monday, January 21, 2008

Red Rosa Parks

The truth about the Communist Rosa Parks

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Notice how Red Rosa doesn't look too
upset In this mugshot. Obviously
she was planning the event before
hand. She looks rather relaxed and
proud. Red Rosa was expecting to be

Rosa Parks was not a simple seamstress whose
lonely act of defiance in 1955 sparked the Civil Rights
Movement. In fact, she was a trained Communist
Party (CPUSA) activist.

Her refusal to move to the back of the bus wasn't a
spontaneous gesture, but a provocation organized by
her longtime employer, the National Association for
the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

In July 1955, five months before the famous incident
in December, she attended "Highlander Folk School" in
Monteagle Tennessee. Myles Horton and James Dombroski,
both Communist Party members, started this school
in 1932 to train Communist activists. Betty Friedan
was another alumnus.

Red Rosa Parks : Fabricating An American Icon

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