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Newly elected far-left Denver City Council member Candi CdeBaca has stated that she is “excited to usher” in communism “by any means necessary.”

CdeBaca, who won in an upset runoff election earlier this month, said in late March during a candidate forum for City Council District 9:

I don’t believe our current economic system actually works. Um, capitalism by design is extractive and in order to generate profit in a capitalist system, something has to be exploited, that’s land, labor or resources.

And I think that we’re in late phase capitalism and we know it doesn’t work and we have to move into something new. And I believe in community ownership of land, labor, resources, and distribution of those resources.

And so, whatever that morphs into I think is what will serve community the best and I’m excited to usher it in by any means necessary. [Emphasis added]

Encyclopedia Britannica defines communism as a “political and economic doctrine that aims to replace private property and a profit-based economy with public ownership and communal control of at least the major means of production (e.g., mines, mills, and factories) and the natural resources of a society.”

CdeBaca, who is a democratic socialist, also drew intense criticism for saying that she will “usher” in communism “by any means necessary.”

While it’s not exactly clear what CdeBaca meant when she said “by any means necessary,” PBS notes that Malcolm X used the phrase and it meant “up to and including the use of violence.”

The American Mirror added that “by any means necessary” also happens to be a radical far-left organization. Influence Watch reports on By Any Means Necessary (BAMN):

BAMN employs aggressive “militant” direct action and litigation to support its cause.[3] BAMN protests of official government bodies have resulted in flipping tables and other disruptive outbursts.[4] BAMN demonstrators have been arrested for inciting riots,[5] throwing rocks at police,[6] and destruction of property.[7]

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34 Comments

  1. Capn Jack

    June 17, 2019 at 7:44 pm

    We will use the same message to eliminate you,

    • JAIME.

      June 17, 2019 at 9:26 pm

      RIGHT!!!

    • errollus

      June 18, 2019 at 10:37 am

      Get ready to have that hair of yours cut to a spiky crop by garden shears, ‘lady’. And wear an overall in the cement factory. But you’ll love the cabbage soup!

  2. Polly

    June 17, 2019 at 7:46 pm

    What is she s!oking?as he looks like she is spaced out

    • madge

      June 18, 2019 at 4:12 am

      she does appear to be spaced out……

  3. Ray

    June 17, 2019 at 7:54 pm

    I can’t believe idiots like her and AOC get elected glad I don’t live in Denver

    • SUZANNE

      June 17, 2019 at 10:09 pm

      MOST LIKELY SHE IS HIGH AS A KITE……GET ‘EM HIGH AND GOD HELP US ALL WHAT WILL THEY VOTE FOR?

    • Ed

      June 18, 2019 at 12:28 am

      This one is another certifiable nut case. elected by the same.

    • madge

      June 18, 2019 at 4:11 am

      blame it in idiotic voters not doing their homework.

  4. Adam Selene

    June 17, 2019 at 7:54 pm

    How fast can this person be removed from office? I used to think Denver had it together, but now I really wonder …

    • carol

      June 17, 2019 at 8:28 pm

      Adam, No Denver does not have it together . Colorado does not have it together. We have a gay governor, He sign bills we do not want.

    • Marge Dellatorre

      June 17, 2019 at 8:36 pm

      I live in Denver.. Denver had it together until we were invaded by Easterners & Californians and they Californicated my state….

    • mark gassino

      June 17, 2019 at 10:28 pm

      I’m a Colorado native. We used to be a red state, thanks to Californication we’ve become a pinko blue state. God help us!

    • madge

      June 18, 2019 at 4:14 am

      remember Colorado legalized Pot….well, this is what ya get………….

    • craig king

      June 19, 2019 at 11:13 am

      I agree she is a worry but what about those folk who voted for her. That is the real worry.

  5. Michael A Heath Sr.

    June 17, 2019 at 8:25 pm

    This girl IS an idiot so, there goes Colorado, and I won’t be going that way any time soon now! I’ll do my camping and hiking elsewhere, til……..

  6. Richard Young

    June 17, 2019 at 8:41 pm

    If Candi CdeBaca does not like America’s government type, then she can deport herself to China, Russia or wherever and she can enjoy the fruits and labors of her Communism. She can also take as many Communism lovers with her. Communism DOES NOT belong in America.

    • Sam Lehman

      June 18, 2019 at 12:55 pm

      I think she should do a little time in Cuba on the way to those other countries.

      • Steven Butterbaugh

        June 18, 2019 at 3:54 pm

        Talk to the Cubans who are so happy to be out of Cuba and communism. They know how it works and keeps everyone except the leaders poor. There is no future in communism. Simple as that.

  7. Art LaPella

    June 17, 2019 at 8:53 pm

    “capitalism by design is extractive” sounds especially backwards. Socialism extracts from capitalists, and fails as soon as it runs out of capitalists to extract from.

    • USJoeFreedom

      June 17, 2019 at 9:28 pm

      Proof that idiot leftist have no idea what capitalism is… It’s a free market system…Not an extractive one that operates on exploits. Create a good product or service and people will pay fr it… AS opposed to socialism that literally steals from those that create and gives to those that refuse to produce… Extracting the wealth from everyone.

  8. Larry Wilson

    June 17, 2019 at 8:57 pm

    the walking dead… brain that is….

  9. Big Montana

    June 17, 2019 at 9:25 pm

    This NWO fool should be stripped of her citizenship and deported to China where she can live out her utopian dream life.

  10. Wilson

    June 17, 2019 at 9:42 pm

    Did someone take the gum from aoc shoe and make a clone with 100% less brain power? The retarded clone army begun it has.

  11. AKJohnny1

    June 17, 2019 at 10:39 pm

    Haha! The day a commie-leaning govt begins confiscating private property from American citizens is the day the shooting starts.
    ANY govt representative that knocks on my door demanding i vacate my home, armed or not, gets a bullet between the eyes and a ride home in a zip-up bag. And that’s if they even MAKE IT to the back of the neighborhood! They won’t make it past the first block here in Georgia…

  12. Jill

    June 17, 2019 at 10:48 pm

    I think she works the glory hole down at the bus station.

    • LST

      June 17, 2019 at 10:59 pm

      That’s sick but funny, you have me cracking up!

  13. Fred Sheehan

    June 18, 2019 at 12:37 am

    A poster child for what happens when MJ is legalized.

  14. Clyde Simpson

    June 18, 2019 at 3:12 am

    COMMUNISM: A BAD IDEA EVEN IN 1844
    The analysis in 1844 by Karl Marx’s colleague, Arnold Ruge, in analyzing Communism – see the blog posted by Joshua Dill below.
    COMMUNISM: A BAD IDEA EVEN IN 1844!!
    BY JOSHUA DILL
    SEPTEMBER 15, 2017

    Throughout the 20th Century, Karl Marx’s visage often appeared on communist banners in the guise of a mighty, bearded prophet, the first and greatest in an array of great thinkers that also included Engels, Lenin, Stalin, and Mao. So it may be slightly odd and amusing to think of him in his mid-20s living in Paris as the editor of a magazine. Digging into the letters and writings that Marx produced in those years, and the writings of those who knew him, always turns up something interesting—and occasionally something utterly fascinating.
    The year was 1844. Hoping to unite German and French radicals, Marx and his colleague Arnold Ruge moved with their wives to Paris in order to found a new theoretical journal, the Deutsch-Französische Jahrbücher (German-French Annals). Paris was an exciting and cosmopolitan city, but the intellectual climate was unfamiliar to the two Germans. “Marx and Ruge were simply unfamiliar both with popular politics and with the world outside Germany,” says Gareth Stedman Jones in his new biography of Marx.
    Marx’s intellectual formation had taken place in Berlin under the influence of radical, atheistic Hegelianism, which was locked in battle against the conservative, Christian Prussia of King Friedrich Wilhelm IV. In Paris, on the other hand, the most important streams of radical socialism were strongly influenced by Christianity. This was incomprehensible to Marx, who assumed that all this would need to change. He thought that “the whole culture of present-day France must disappear,” in the words of his co-editor Ruge.
    Marx and Ruge also had personal problems. In an amusing demonstration of the dubious applicability of their ideas to real life, the co-editors decided to form a Fourierist Phalanstery (a utopian socialist commune) with their wives, but had to call it off after living together for only two weeks. This fiasco in collective living was not the only dispute that arose between Marx and Ruge. The journal they had set out to establish folded after one issue. The two men began to argue. Marx thought Ruge’s conventional views of marriage were “philistine.” More importantly, Marx was drifting towards communism.
    Ruge was less than pleased—especially because Marx began to shun him socially. In a letter to the philosopher Ludwig Feuerbach from May 1844, Ruge complains of the vicious infighting to which he’d fallen victim: “For a few weeks I haven’t heard anything more about the work of Mr. Guerrier, who, it seems, has become a communist, and through the influence of Marx along with the other German communists is completely up in arms against me and isn’t visiting me anymore. I prefer to avoid the cafés these men visit in order not to be mistreated, since their love for me has turned into the complete opposite ever since they have seen that I’m apparently not a communist, but nothing more than a ‘bourgeois’…”
    No one who is familiar with the stories of Marx and Bakunin, the Bolsheviks and the Mensheviks, the Stalinists and the Trotskyists, revisionists and anti-revisionists, and the thousand other factions of squabbling revolutionaries that communism has birthed over the last century will be very surprised to hear that this factionalism goes back to the 1840s. However, Ruge’s letter to Feuerbach does contain something surprising—and prescient and portentous: a rudimentary sketch of the problems that communism would—and did—cause in practice.
    Here is Ruge’s analysis:
    “What I’ve recently read, Fourier and the communists, has much to say in the critical realm—in the organic realm it is always highly problematic; and you are completely right, before one sees the “how,” there is not much to be said for the idea of a new reality. Heads are confused, and the socialist parties don’t speak much more clearly than they think. Neither the complicated proposals of the Fourierists nor the abolition of private property of the communists can be formulated clearly. Both amount in the end to a veritable police state or slave state. In order to free the proletarians both spiritually and physically from need and the pressure of need, they think of an organization that would make all people experience this need and this pressure. One must accept the challenge of ending the neglect of man at any price, and if it is necessary that the privileged suffer for this, one must accept this too. But is the practical problem even solved in this case? Is freedom achieved when both need for and abundance from the state is evenly distributed? And would men become more humane if some are relieved and some are burdened in that way? The communists say ‘yes’ and dream of a paradise as soon as the next revolution brings them to the helm, as they believe will happen. The communists are so far removed from humanity and from actual communism that living with them presents no intellectual or social attraction.”
    Communism will create a police state—check. In order to free the proletarians from need, communism will universalize need—check. Communism will cause the privileged to suffer without actual solving the practical problems of the neglect of mankind—check. Communism will create universal dependency on the state—check. Ruge’s diagnosis—so casually inserted into a letter that ranges from philosophy to politics to the newest developments of émigré society—was tragically accurate.

  15. madge

    June 18, 2019 at 4:21 am

    “all animals are created equal except some are more equal than others.” think I got the quote right….

    • Pasquale Gelardi

      June 18, 2019 at 4:45 am

      We need a military coup against all Communists in government to be removed to Venezuela we are all created human

  16. Taterrr

    June 18, 2019 at 1:48 pm

    To Denver
    Hers another IDIOT voted in by people who didnt check before the vote. At least I pray thats the issue. I was in Colorado last August for the first time in Denver. Beautiful State. An I saw what I thought were Humans in a Walmart. I had to hide my head an keep from laughing my ass off. Please get rid of this MORON before she does some real damage. As for the Calif. problem we cant keep REAL americans from moving around oures an there country. But as I noticed there is a DISTINCT differance in culture.lol An sounds like politics also.

  17. yankeeyob

    June 18, 2019 at 6:21 pm

    Shuns and insults eventually get to even most hardened Democrat. It worked on Fredo

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