Jones has demonstrated his ability to engage people from all walks of life, pointing out issues with which they, rightfully, (Such as looted and neglected pension funds) have reason to protest. The problem is that Jones has no intention to work for needed reforms, but seeks to overturn the entire cart and bring about a totalitarian society in which property, no matter how much or how little, will become an historical footnote, right along with Western freedom. A big part of Jones' plan is to encourage racial tensions. Chaos that will occur as a result of race-based conflict will go a long way towards the justification of governmental takeovers of our liberties and property.
"Jones, who reportedly studied Ronald Reagan in detail, is a “chameleon” who will engage the public on a faith-based level, offering those who “need help” a peace-loving narrative."
"In discussing his vision of a utopian economy, Jones made sure to note that anyone who works in factories, fast food industry or Walmart were essentially as bad as drug dealers.
“I started to figure out where are the jobs I can respect, because if you’re out in the neighborhood, and you’re causing problems, and then you know we get you a job and you‘re working for a factory that’s polluting everybody, you’re still causing problems! Just cause you’re doing it on thelegitimate side doesn’t mean that those kids getting cancer and asthma cause of you are any less sick or dead than the ones you were selling drugs to on the illegitimate side. So, we gotta be consistent.”
On the topic of his political theory, Jones took no time blaming conservatives for many immense wrongs in Americas past
“You always have some Americans that, they don’t want to go forward. ‘We like slavery,‘ or ’we like segregation,‘ or ’we like women not voting,‘ or ’we like the environment being destroyed, we like workers having no rights, we like children in factories…’And they want to conserve, ahem, conserve, ahem, conserve the old ways.
Jones then vaulted the role of progressives and their inevitable victories.
“And then you have people who say ‘no, we can be a better country than this,‘ let’s progress, ahem, let’s progress beyond those old hateful ways. And so that’s always been a debate and a divide, but you know the people who are trying to make America progress always win in the end.”
Jones also claimed that the Occupy movement, itself a force of destruction, was what saved the nation from being destroyed:
“[The] Occupy movement pretty much saved the entire country from destruction,” Jones said in aninterview posted online. “Both political parties were barreling toward more austerity, more cutbacks, more pain for the people and more — basically both political parties had managed to converge on this idea of basically no rules for the rich, no rights for the poor, no middle class to speak of. That was basically the agenda, the question was just how much pain how fast.”
Van Jones can not be ignored. As with most if not all Marxists, he is not only terribly ambitious and power-hungry, he has very intention of prohibiting you from having what you want and that for which you have worked. This is the essence of Western Marxists. They are truly more concerned with ensuring, not that they get to live in a Marxist state, but that you do not get to live in a free nation. It is you with whom he is concerned, not himself or other Marxists. It is noteworthy that people such as he do not call for Western nations to finance the emigration of people who adhere to Marxist principles to nations that actually are Marxist. They detest the very existence of free nations that protect the worker from seizures of the fruits of his labor. Jones and Company will gift-wrap their hatred in language carefully scripted to appear geared towards the richest of our citizens while intending to take you down with them. A 21st century Joseph Goebbels, he will accuse the Tea Party, Libertarians, and others who hold what makes America great dearly as being exactly what he is, a divider, a "hater", a racsist, etc.
"There are two American dreams. There’s one I call the "American Fantasy". Everybody's going to be rich, and we are all going to ride out on our credit cards to the GREAT WHITE SUBURBS, get a McMansion, and buy flat screen TVs to cover up the holes in our lives... that is the American fantasy which is turning into the American nightmare. That is dying out on its own accord, it deserves no defense and it gets no defense and I’m glad it’s going away"
Van has every intention of eliminating suburban communities. Note how he is growing ever-less concerned about veiling his racist beliefs. Those who can afford to purchase homes and live in lower-crime areas that have relatively quiet neighborhoods are the problem. In these locales, people like the convenience of being close to their kid's Little League and other recreational sports fields and enjoy being able to posses a few hundred square feet of grass in which their children can play outside (Or ride bicycles around the block). The facts that these people often sacrificed quite a bit of their lives and fortunes for their education (In Majors that are desired by employers, not, for example Latin-American or whiteness studies, or Critical Race Theory) and often spend much time away from their families at the jobs that pay for these houses has no meaning to Mr. Jones.
- from a previous post on Van Jones: