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Greetings, fellow truth-seekers! Today, we delve into a fascinating exposé that uncovers the sinister machinations of communism within our very midst. “Color, Communism, and Common Sense” by Manning Johnson is a must-read for anyone who dares to question the true intentions behind the leftist agenda.

As a conspiracy theorist, I have always been intrigued by the way certain events seem to align with the interests of those who wish to undermine our great nation. This book provides compelling evidence that communism has long sought to exploit and divide the African-American community in order to create social unrest and ultimately establish a totalitarian state.

The author, Manning Johnson, is a former communist himself, which lends credibility to his claims. He shares his insights into the tactics used by the party to subvert black churches, promote interracial relationships, and discredit African-American leaders like Booker T. Washington and George Washington Carver.

The author argues that these strategies were not only detrimental to the African-American community but also contradicted the progress made since slavery. He emphasizes the importance of race pride, self-reliance, and the pursuit of equality through demonstrated ability rather than just a catchphrase.

One cannot ignore the fact that the media of public information is far from free of communists and fellow travellers who operate under the guise of liberalism. These individuals are ready at all times to do an effective smear job against anyone who dares to challenge their narrative. They give top news coverage to racial incidents, fomented by the leftists, and also those incidents that are interpreted so as to show “biased” attitudes of whites against Negroes. This is a propaganda hoax aimed, not at helping the Negro, but at casting America in a bad light in order to destroy its prestige and influence abroad, thereby aiding Soviet Russia in the penetration and conquest of Asia and Africa.

The author also highlights the role of white women communists who are used as political prostitutes, cohabiting with high-level Negro communists in order to spy on them. Through such intimate relations, these white women communists are able to elicit information pertaining to family background, sources of income, marital difficulties, arrests, convictions, opinions on communist policy and communist leadership. This information is invaluable to the red hierarchy in their relations with their Negro lickspittles.

In conclusion, “Colour, Communism, and Common Sense” is a must-read for anyone who wishes to uncover the truth behind the leftist agenda. The author’s first-hand experience as a former communist provides valuable insights into the tactics used by the party to exploit and divide our communities. As conspiracy theorists, we must continue to question the official narrative and seek out the hidden truths that lie beneath the surface.

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