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Kincaid then relays an encounter he had with Van Jones when the former presented Jones with a copy of the STORM manifesto. I wish this one was on video but I don't see it:
During another embarrassing incident, Van Jones refused to sign a copy of his Standing Together to Organize a Revolutionary Movement (STORM) manifesto when asked to autograph it. “No thank you,” he sternly said, before asking “Who are you,” looking at my name badge, and walking away to the next adoring crowd of Van Jones groupies. Jones, a “former” communist, is the new face of the progressive movement that is backing the “Occupation Wall Street” protests and is trying to guarantee President Obama a second term. He was fired as Obama’s “green jobs czar” when the truth about his extremist background and statements started to emerge in reports by blogger Trevor Loudon and then Glenn Beck on Fox News.There is another video Kincaid posts from the event. Here, he's talking with communist Don Rojas, former press secretary for Maurice Bishop, the Prime Minister of Greneda before the US invaded the island. Notice at the end, Kincaid asks Rojas about his ability to get funding from the Open Society Institute (OSI). OSI is a George Soros outfit.
One of the downsides to the fall of the Soviet Union is that the awareness it brought to Americans about how evil communism is. Oh, and the purpose for this 'Rebuild the Dream' conference was, in part, to show solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street zombies.
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