We Are All Destructive Progs Now

Obamunists set U.S. on Second Progressive Century
The “progressive” movement in America first appeared during the late 19th century in response to so called “robber barons” such as Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, and J.P. Morgan. The “progressives” saw what to them was unbridled capitalism being practiced by these men and deemed it to be injurious to the well-being of the masses. Early “progressives” included Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Woodrow Wilson and Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Teddy Roosevelt and Howard Taft were Republicans. Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Roosevelt were Democrats.

By using the Fabian Socialist strategy of gradual inevitability in combination with the tactics of cultural Marxism, critical theory and political correctness, “progressives” in America discovered a prescription with which to lethally poison America’s political system, academic atmosphere, mass media information delivery infra-structure and popular culture while attacking America’s exceptional values and long standing traditions.
(from full story "“progressive” Origins" at conservativedailynews.com)

Karl Marx, John Sweeney, Addis Ababa

On this day: May 5
Italian troops occupy Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (1936)

Emperor Haile Selassie returns to Addis Ababa, since commemorated as Liberation Day (1941)

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b: Karl Marx (1818), John Sweeney (1934); d: Napoleon I (1821), Horst Schumann (1983)

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