By Rachel Avraham
In a recent webinar on “America’s Multifront War,” Save the West Founder, threat analyst, and author of “The Multifront War,” Kenneth Abramowitz, asserted that the present elections will determine whether Americans will continue to enjoy “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” or not. He emphasized that America is presently undergoing a “cultural war” between those who believe in having a strong economy, protecting our culture, and preserving human life, and those that are opposed to it: “This is how we should look at the election from a domestic point of view.”
Not too long ago in Portland, Oregon, the statues of former US President Theodore Roosevelt and former US President Abraham Lincoln were pulled down as part of an “indigenous people’s day of rage.” According to the Clarion Project, onlookers who tried to document this cultural crime were brutally attacked. Similarly, Paul Lumney of the Yakama Nation criticized the “indigenous people’s day of rage,” stressing that Indigenous People’s Day should be about celebrating Native American culture and not destroying America’s heritage. He condemned the destruction of the statues in Portland: “I felt like I was vandalized by another group.”
This was not the only instance where the so-called progressives behaved not so democratically. There have been reports of Antifa and Black Live Matters supporters attacking a free speech rally in San Francisco, where they punched out the teeth of a young African American Trump supporter who was protesting against Twitter’s suppression of conservative opinions. Speaking about Antifa, former white supremacist Arno Michaelis noted, “You have the Far Left in there going, ‘I’m going to smash the Nazis.’
Side note: Stalin and Mao were anti-fascists when they started. They were the street agitators. And they went on to commit atrocities. So, this idea that just because you are an ‘anti-fascist’ that you are some kind of good guy has been historically and completely proven wrong.”
As Abramowitz stated, “This election will determine our fate. The difference between the good guys and the bad guys is that the good guys say one person, one vote. The bad guys say one person, one vote, one time. They are dictators-in-waiting, not loyal to the democratic process. They will lose that disguise if they win.”
According to Abramowitz, in the area of foreign policy, this election is a “battle between democracies and dictatorships, both Islamist and communist. He claimed that “yellow-coded” countries represent the sunlight of Western democracies, while “red-coded” countries represent authoritarian dictatorships and “green-coded” countries represent nations dominated by political Islam: “Wahhabis are in a transition to yellow. They are close to normalizing relations with Israel and gave the green light to Sudan, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain to move towards to Israel. Hopefully, this is for real. They treat Islam as a religion and not a political movement that imposes Islam on others. However, I still include Wahhabis as greens due to September 11.”
“If we the yellows stay strong, the reds and greens will become like us,” Abramowitz proclaimed. “If not, we will become more like them. That is what this election is about. Will we stay yellow or be taken over culturally by the reds and greens? This is the world-wide way to look at the election. The bad guys do not stay where they are. The reds and greens fund and encourage Black Lives Matter and Antifa.”
In fact, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos have noted that the Chinese government has increasingly been taking over American elementary and high schools via a program called “Confucius classrooms,” whose teachers are vetted and paid by the Chinese government. According to the Clarion Project, “The presence of an authoritarian slant in curriculum and teaching has never been more concerning nor more consequential.” Considering this, Abramowitz stressed: “We have to regain control over the educational system. We need school choice, so parents can send their children to whatever schools they want. We need to tell universities to reform or take away their tax-exempt status,” as many universities have also received funding from authoritarian regimes opposed to American values.
Abramowitz explained why China is investing in the American educational system, and both the reds and greens are supporting groups like Antifa and Black Lives Matter: “The reds and the greens want to destroy thousands of years of progress. They want to bring us back to before we had democracy. They want to be the kings. We cannot allow that to happen. The Chinese people are basically slaves of the Chinese Communist Party, which is run by 800 families, who steal lots of money. However, they created an economy that works. Most dictatorships do not create an economy that works. They are too busy stealing all the money to do that.
The Chinese Communist Party will eventually fall, like all dictatorships. That is why they want us to fall. For if we do not fall, they could fall. Everything is interrelated with everything else.” And for this reason, Abramowitz emphasized that all freedom-loving people must “wake up” and re-elect Donald Trump as US President.
Rachel Avraham is a political analyst working for the Safadi Center for International Diplomacy, Research, Public Relations and Human Rights, which is run by Mendi Safadi, a former Likud Candidate for the Knesset and a former chief of staff of former Israeli Communication Minister Ayoob Kara. Since 2012, she has been working as an Israel-based journalist and writer, covering Iran, Kurdistan, Turkey, Iraq, Syria, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and other developments in the greater Islamic world.
Her articles have appeared in the Washington Times, the Hill, Front Page Magazine, the Daily Wire, the Christian Post, the Baltimore Jewish Times, the Jerusalem Post, Israel Hayom, Ahval and many other publications across the globe. She received her MA in Middle Eastern Studies from Ben-Gurion University. She got her BA in Government and Politics with minors in Jewish Studies and Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Maryland at College Park.