The Shadow Party and Its Socialist Agenda

By:  Sam Blumenfeld
12/07/2011
       
The Shadow Party and Its Socialist Agenda

The Democratic Party in Washington is an empty shell that has been filled by a radical leftist entity called the Shadow Party. For all practical purposes, it is the Socialist Party of America pretending to be the Democratic Party. The Shadow Party could have easily been conceived as a new radical leftist third political party, but by filling the shell of the Democratic Party it can take advantage of all the power that the Democrats have in Congress.

 

The Democratic Party in Washington is an empty shell that has been filled by a radical leftist entity called the Shadow Party. For all practical purposes, it is the Socialist Party of America pretending to be the Democratic Party. The Shadow Party could have easily been conceived as a new radical leftist third political party, but by filling the shell of the Democratic Party it can take advantage of all the power that the Democrats have in Congress.

It was radical organizer Saul Alinsky, who showed his followers, including the young Hillary Clinton, how the radical Left could take power in American politics. He said that all that was needed was for a small core of disciplined activists to infiltrate the Democratic Party without revealing the true nature of their socialist agenda and gain positions of power within the party and eventually take full control of it. And it was Hillary’s friend, billionaire George Soros, who made the entire effort possible.

Concerning the inception of this party within a party, David Horowitz writes in his book The Shadow Party: How George Soros, Hillary Clinton, and Sixties Radicals Seized Control of the Democratic Party:

To the extent that the Shadow Party can be said to have an official launch date, 17 July 2003 probably fits the bill. On that day a team of political strategists, wealthy donors, left-wing labor leaders and other Democrat activists gathered at George Soros’ Southampton estate called El Mirador, on Long Island.

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