What Does the President Mean by Invoking the Word ‘Forward’ so Frequently?

From the book “They Fired the First Shot,” a book written anonymously:

On May 1, 2012, President Obama announced his new campaign motto for the 2012 election: “Forward.” That was also the title of his 7-minute campaign video, which was played on the eve of the major communist “nationalist” day. In Obama’s 2008 “The Blueprint For Change,” he says it is critically important “… how we will move forward.” He repeatedly used the word ‘forward” in campaign speeches and continues to use it frequently.

May 1, or May Day, is well known as a day associated with communism.

“Forward” was a theme song of the Hitler Youth. Obama began the organization “Opportunity Youth” for low-income, disconnected and unemployed youths, and uses the word “forward” in connection with this movement.

“Forward” is also the title of a Marxist magazine. Lenin had a publication called “Forward.” The word “forward” has become a generic name for socialist publications. “The name “Forward” carries a special meaning in socialist terminology. It has been frequently used as a name for socialist, communist and other left-wing newspapers and publications.” (Victor Morgan, “New Obama Slogan has long ties to Marxism, Socialism,” Inside Politics, April 30, 2012.

Mao called his economic plan the “Great Leap Forward.”

Marxists believe it’s just a matter of time before nations leave capitalism behind to embrace socialism and communism. It is the “march of history,” moving “forward” towards an inevitable event. To many people around the world waiting for that day, “Forward” is a key watchword.

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