Anyone who has visited Burlington, VT – a wonderful little city alongside Lake Champlain – will very quickly realize it is a bastion of aging Hippies & hipster millenials. To say the politics are progressive is an understatement.
The NYT has an all-too-brief piece on how “Bernie Sanders’s Revolutionary Roots Were Nurtured in ’60s Vermont”. Of Burlington itself, a locale the Marxist Brooklyn Jew decided to make the base of his Revolution:
Students, hippies, labor organizers, trust fund kids, urban escapees, impoverished anti-Vietnam War campaigners and environmentalists yearning to be closer to the land — they came because they believed that change was coming and that they had found the right place for a revolution.
The degrees to which Sanders is a walking stereotype are quite hilarious:
Mr. Guma knew the young Mr. Sanders as a kitchen-table fulminator and political organizer, not as a writer.
Of Bernie’s quintessentially Jewish proclivities for hyper sexual experimentation, oftentimes bordering on depravity:
[Sanders] wrote some articles about health, including one in which he cited studies claiming that cancer could be caused by psychological factors such as unresolved hostility toward one’s mother, a tendency to bury aggression beneath a “facade of pleasantness” and having too few orgasms.
“Man and Woman” is an even more bizarre column Sanders wrote in 1972:
“A man goes home and masturbates his typical fantasy. A woman on her knees. A woman tied up. A woman abused. A woman enjoys intercourse with her man — as she fantasizes about being raped by 3 men simultaneously. The man and woman get dressed up on Sunday — and go to Church, or maybe to their ‘revolutionary’ political meeting.”
And, how exactly do pieces like this fit into the whole ‘War on Women’ meme concocted by Democrats and their MSM allies?
A longer piece in The Nation fleshes out more details of the self-proclaimed socialist:
Not long after graduating from the University of Chicago, and fresh from a stint on an Israeli kibbutz, Sanders arrived in Vermont in the late 1960s on the crest of a wave. The state’s population jumped 31 percent in the 1960s and ’70s, due largely to an infusion of over 30,000 hippies who had come to the state seeking peace, freedom, and cheap land.
Much like Obozo, in his early years Bernie commiserated with fellow Communists on Chicago’s South Side:
In those early years, Sanders, a member of the Young People’s Socialist League at the University of Chicago, was a true believer in what might be called small-s socialism, and had little patience for lukewarm allies. He believed in the need for a united front of anti-capitalist activists marching in step against the corrupt establishment.
Of Bernie’s philosophy:
“That’s what distinguished [Sanders] from leftists who were more invested in the symbolism than in the outcome,” Sugarman says. “He read Marx, he understood Marx’s critique of capitalism—but he also understood Marx doesn’t give you too many prescriptions of how society should go forward.”
As with all Brooklyn Jewish Marxists, their Jewishness is central to their identity, their politics, and their racial consciousness. Bernie is no exception. From the Christian Science Monitor:
“I’m proud to be Jewish,” the Independent from Vermont – and candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination – responded Thursday at a press breakfast hosted by the Monitor. Though, he added, “I’m not particularly religious.”
As a child, Sanders said, being Jewish taught him “in a very deep way what politics is about.”
“A guy named Adolf Hitler won an election in 1932,” the senator said. “He won an election, and 50 million people died as a result of that election in World War II, including 6 million Jews. So what I learned as a little kid is that politics is, in fact, very important.”
In the Jewish publication Forward is a piece titled “Is Bernie Sanders a Lefty on Everything Except for Israel?” Hmm, is this leftwing Brooklyn Jew a supporter of Israel?
Take a wild guess.