There is a lot of controversy swirling around the Democratic Platform, the changes Hillary Clinton made to appease the Bernie Sanders legions, and what she really intends to do about it if elected. The liberal media, Bernie and Hillary among others refer to the platform as the "Revolutionary" movement of the Democrats as if that means she will abandon her Wall Street base.
To date Clinton has effectively compromised Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, two people who really were a threat to Wall Street and the one percent control. In the end both withered under the pressure from Hillary and had to endorse her. Yet, there is a lingering doubt as to whether Hillary can be trusted to move forward with Wall Street reforms when she herself is the epitome of the one percent control of the nation.
So just where does the Progressive platform originate and what influences are causing such an uproar in the Democratic party? Some say there is a strong socialist-communist influence. Bernie was a socia.ist before becoming a Democrat. Many nations in Europe have taken the socialist approach and suffered greatly.
Ironically communism was called a socialist revolutionary movement once upon a time so to give you a chance to judge for yourself the level of influence, here is something the liberal media will never give you, a source document for socialism.
The following is the Communist Manifesto as written in 1848 by fellow Germans the father of the Communist movement, Karl Marx, and his good friend Frederick Engels. You see if there are parallels one hundred and sixty-eight years later with the Democratic Revolution of today.
Now that Hillary owns the Bernie movement what does the future hold? If she is elected, she will take office the year of the 100th anniversary of the Communist Revolution when Russia disappeared into the Soviet Union.