N Y Assembly Seat Will Go to a Revolutionary Who Admires Third World Dictators

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h/t Herb Richmond

During a recent interview with the New York Observer, City Councilman Charles Barron said he hopes to invite a vicious African dictator to Albany after he wins an open assembly seat in New York. Sadly, Barron’s a shoe-in to win.

The dictator he admires most is Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe whom he has already feted in City Hall.

“I would love for him to come to Albany. I would love for him to come anywhere in the United States, really,” Mr. Barron said during the interview in Brooklyn. “I think he’s a shining example of an African leader on the African continent.”

He believes that Nelson Mandela allowed whites to keep too much land in his massive redistribution takeover while Mugabwe didn’t.

“He was one of the few African leaders who had the courage to take the land back from the settlers.”

Robert Mugabwe is a violent dictator who has ruled Zimbabwe for 28 years. He recently had his thugs conduct an extraordinarily violent campaign against his opponent in the presidential race, forcing him to withdraw. People were warned that Mugabwe would know how they voted.

After seizing power nearly three decades ago, Mugabwe initiated an ethnic cleansing campaign against a minority tribe that led to between 10,000 and 20,000 deaths.

Mugabwe is a racist who is anti-LGBT rights. He calls gays “worse than dogs and pigs” and demands they be arrested on sight.

Barron admires Third World military dictators, such as late Libyan leader Muammar el-Quaddafi and former Cuban President Fidel Castro.

“All my heroes were America’s enemies,” Mr. Barron said.

Charles Barron represents the Freedom Party, a black and latino led party, and is a former Black Panther.

He champions the redistribution of wealth and income. He hopes to see minorities in control of the land, according to an interview with the Indypendent.

He is no fan of the Pledge of Allegiance or the Founding Fathers which stands to reason since he loves vile African dictators.

Watch this:

Barron gave an interview to HipHopWired and they said this about Barron: While some may see a contradiction in an avowed socialist holding an office in the financial capital of New York City, for him it is a merely a matter of strategy, a means to an end. Internal infiltration coupled with external agitation…For him, there is no either or. He wants full use of both the ballot and the bullet.

That’s just great.

Also during the interview, Barron explained that he learned a lot about politics while a member of the Black Panthers:

“I learned about the Cuban revolution, and more about the Algerian Revolution, Chinese, Revolution, Indian revolution, and independence movements in Africa. Kwame Nkrumah (Ghana), Sekou Toure of Guinea. So when I learned about all these movements and in the Black Panther Party you had to do Political Education. You had to read Axioms of Kwame Nkrumah. The Little Red Book (Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse Tung) and learned a lot about Marxism and Leninism and Maoism and those things and it was strange because everybody that I was against, America was for.”

The Communist Party isn’t fully behind him because they think he needs to include whites in his party.

Barron is thought to be an anti-Semite. He wants to have a street named after Sonny Carson, a radical who was an anti-Semite and anti-white. Black Panthers, as a group, were notoriously anti-Semitic, violent, and criminal.

Barron – and New York voters – leave me near speechless. All I can say is – we’re going down, can the rest of the country be far behind?

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