NEW ALLIANCE PARTY…NEW PARTY…COMMUNIST PARTY
by Sharon Rondeau
Newman was a “community organizer,” as is Barack Obama. Both have deputized their “organizers” to spread the message about their “cause.” Community organizing “seeks to broadly empower community members, with the end goal of distributing power more equally throughout the community.”
In 1999, Newman reportedly was “on the verge of controlling the third-largest party in America and doing what once seemed unthinkable: influencing the race for president of the United States.” Obama is seeking applicants for “Obama Organizing Fellows” for 2012 and has endorsed a “civilian national security force” to achieve the national security objectives we’ve set.”
In 1992, the New Alliance Party founded by Newman stated that it would have its convention “out in the streets.” Members of Congress have recognized the New Alliance Party for “inviting debate and discussion” on pending congressional legislation. A candidate for Congress and speaker from the party stated of Newman, “No one has taught me more about what it is to be Puerto Rican…” (9:54) Obama has endorsed the “Occupy Wall Street” protesters who have destroyed private property and committed acts of violence against others, saying that he “understood their frustration.”
In 1992, Obama received the endorsement of the “New Party” in Chicago, which reportedly described itself as “socialist democratic.” The homes of two members of the New Party were raided because of suspected of involvement with terrorist groups tied to the Middle East in September 2010.
Newman’s father passed away when he was nine, and his mother reportedly raised him alone with four other siblings, but no information is readily available on them. Trowbridge has stated that one Jo Ann Newman is Obama’s real mother, not Stanley Ann Dunham. Fred Newman is said to have had two “life partners.”
What were Newman’s objectives throughout his life? What are Obama’s objectives? Who was behind Obama’s meteoric rise to political power from 2004 to 2008? What kind of help did he have in his political career?
Did Newman have an influence on the election of Barack Obama in 2008, unbeknownst to the American people? In his books, Newman often refers to Marxist philosophy and teachings, using such adjectives as “proletarian” and “bourgeois.” Obama referred to “spreading the wealth around” during the campaign, and the person who asked about his ideology was ridiculed in what could be described as “Saul Alinksy” style.
Newman targeted marginalized social groups such as gays and minorities to populate his organizations. In the 1970s, he developed a of new approach to psychotherapy called “social therapy” which attracted vulnerable people, often from minorities. Obama spoke about helping people “from the bottom up.”
Newman ran the presidential campaign of Dr. Lenora Fulani, who had become a Newman disciple and whom Newman termed “one of my life’s proudest accomplishments.” Fulani described herself as a “fringe” candidate. She and Newman reportedly have supported both Louis Farrakhan and Al Sharpton and forged relationships with both. A former Fulani campaign worker reported Newman’s organizations to the Manhattan District Attorney in 1993 on allegations of embezzlement and operating a “military organization” and a “cult.” The accuser identified Newman’s International Workers Party as “a classical Marxist-Leninist organization that shares with other Marxist organizations the strategy of smashing the bourgeois state. Potential members are asked to join this conspiracy.”
One participant in Newman’s social therapy termed the technique “brainwashing” which minimizes the patient as an individual as part of the indoctrination into a “political cult.” Social therapy centers describe Newman as a “therapist and philosopher.” Newman’s website contains testimonials from former patients who praised him for helping them to function as part of a “group.” Newman described a therapist’s role as “a revolutionary leader.” Therapy participants are considered “social performers and creators of their lives.” A prolific author, most of Newman’s books focused on psychology and philosophy.
Newman founded the New Alliance Party, the Independence Party, and the International Workers Party (IWP), which was intended to be “a revolution of the working class against Rockefeller fascism.” Later, his political “skill” was “turned to regularly by mainstream skilled politicians,” including New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, H. Ross Perot, Ralph Nader, and Pat Buchanan. In a television interview in 2007, Newman admitted to using therapy patients as activists to help Bloomberg win his third term as mayor. Newman was said to have exerted an “unprecedented amount of influence on Bloomberg’s reelection although Bloomberg later distanced himself from Newman’s group.
Attorney Percy Sutton, who passed away in December 2009, reportedly spent $250,000 to buy the Apollo Theater in 1981. Sutton also recommended Obama to Harvard Law School. Obama recently sang a solo at the Apollo, which has been reported to be a favorite location of Malcolm X, about whom it is speculated and even stated that he is Obama’s biological father. What was Obama doing there?
The Apollo Theater receives support from Bloomberg, the owner of which, Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York, has received support from the New Alliance Party founded by Fred Newman.
Regarding the FBI’s alleged investigation of Newman and Fulani, Newman commented that his First and Fifth Amendment rights were being violated and decried the fact that he must “make an appeal of what’s left of this Constitution.”
Following Newman’s death, one writer called him a “lunatic crazed leftist.” As leader of the collective he had founded, Newman described himself as “an authoritarian oppressor.” His philosophy of therapy was considered “humanistic.” Since Obama took office, he has been called a “dictator.”
Did Newman manufacture Barack Obama, placing him on a fast track to the U.S. presidency in four short years? And didn’t Obama express his desire to “fundamentally transform” America in 2008? Did he not advocate “spreading the wealth around?”
One man formerly associated with Newman was allegedly working with The Weathermen, founded by Bill Ayers. Ayers and Obama worked together at the Woods Fund, but during the 2008 presidential campaign, Obama said that Ayers was “just a guy in the neighborhood.” Obama has ties to socialist and communist organizations.
Newman was called a “megalomaniac.” What is Obama?
The Watergate break-in was discovered in June 1972, but President Richard Nixon did not resign until August 9, 1974. Several other government officials also resigned, including the then- head of the FBI, L. Patrick Gray. If Obama’s history is not what he has presented to the public, would it be enough for him and others to resign? Would it have been the motivation to produce two forged birth certificates?
Could that be why Sheriff Joe Arpaio stated that “shocking” information might be forthcoming ay Thursday’s press conference?
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.