Organized Communism has long targeted black Americans, an ongoing effort which has survived the fall of the USSR.  Kudos to Peter Wilson, who here at American Thinker highlighted the manifesto of the Revolutionary Communist Party, who are in their glory with the occupation of Wall Street by their Marxist brethren and the usual assortment of easily manipulated liberal/progressive dupes — the dependable, university-trained foot soldiers who fill the streets.

Perhaps the most stunning element of the Revolutionary Communist Party’s manifesto is the call for black Americans to unite into a separate, autonomous republic in the American South.  Wilson cited the Revolutionary Communist Party’s constitution, which called upon African-Americans to forge an autonomous region comprising “the southern part of the former imperialist United States of America.”  That decision would be made by a special vote in which only African-Americans would be eligible to participate.

In 1930, at a Comintern conference in Moscow, a resolution was passed calling for the creation of a Soviet-directed and controlled “Negro Republic” among America’s Southern states.  Yes, that is correct: the Soviet Comintern, working through American communists, actually crafted plans to create a “separate Negro state,” or a segregated “Negro Republic,” in the South.  The plan was to foment an African-American rebellion within the South, which would join forces with a workers’ uprising in the North — when the revolution was deemed ripe.  Together, black Americans and communist Americans would then occupy and lay siege to the United States, reconstituting the entire nation as a Soviet sister state.

That was the strategy. The current thinking of the Revolutionary Communist Party is not all that revolutionary.  These people have been around for 100 years.