EXCLUSIVE! Democratic Party Coordinates With European Socialists In Bid For “Global New Deal”

October 14, 2009

Is it too much to ask that before the Democratic Party sells America out to the European Socialist movement, they at least enlighten the average American citizen as to their actions?

What are we talking about?

Over the past few years, the highest ranking officials from the Democrat party have been working strategically to advance something called a “Global New Deal” based on Progressive-Democratic-Socialism.

The chief organizing entity for launching this new progressive socialist utopia is a group called the PES, or Party of European Socialists. Their organization is made up of the most powerful socialist blocs in Europe, including Socialists International, the parent organization to its American counterpart, the DSA, or Democratic Socialists of America. For those unfamiliar with the DSA, they are the political arm of the American Progressive Movement.

How do we know that top Democrats are coordinating their efforts with the PES? Well they aren’t exactly hiding the fact.

Strap yourselves in folks. We are going to lay this out with as much detail as possible, in the form of pictures, transcripts and video, so that you understand what is happening.


Here are some pictures of Democratic Party Chairman, Howard Dean, speaking to and praising the PES back during their 2006 Congress:

And here is the transcript of Howard Dean’s speech in full. He doesn’t miss the opportunity to slam America while overseas:

Remarks by Governor Howard Dean Keynote Address At The 7th Party of European Socialists (PES) Congress Porto, Portugal December 8, 2006

Thank you for that kind introduction. Thank you so much to everyone at PES for inviting me here today. It’s an honor to be here.

And thank you to our hosts… Portugal and this wonderful city of Porto. Being here, I’m reminded of Prince Henry the Navigator who was born in this city. As his name suggests, he was a great explorer.

He encouraged and came up with innovative solutions ­like ships that could sail against the wind and making cartography a cumulative science.

He brought people together ­at his school dedicated to navigators, map­makers, and sailors. He paid for the voyages of others… and by doing so he helped usher in the great age of European exploration.

In some ways, Henry the Navigator’s legacy can be ours, too. Progressive parties are the parties of innovative solutions. And we are the ones who bring people together. Someone once said to me, Progressives are the party of “we” vs. Conservatives who are the party of “me”. PES is an organization that was literally created to bring people together, to work together to solve

problems and proudly stand up and fight for what you believe in. I appreciate that deeply. I appreciate that because as simple as it sounds in principle, it is not always a given in practice. I hope and believe that our success in the recent midterm elections proved that the Democratic Party in the

United States has learned that lesson. After too many years of far­right Republican rule, we stood up for what we believe in. We went to voters in all parts of the country ­­even the most conservative parts… We showed them the respect they deserve by asking for their votes… We realized that power does not come from the top and work its way down… We understood and appreciated that it grows from the grassroots up.

We came together, united as a party… And we won. Now that we have earned people’s votes, we know that we have to deliver on our promises. We have to continue to work together and through what we call a 50­state strategy ­of which I’ll say more

about later ­reach out to everyone. Democrats have a majority in the House of Representatives and the Senate. We have a majority of the state houses legislative bodies and state governors. And that means once again, we do have a say. And one thing Democrats say ­loudly and clearly ­­is this:

It is time for the United States to renew our relationships around the world. It is time we treat our allies with respect and honesty.

The Democratic Party believes that America should return to consensus­ building, multilateral relationships based on mutual respect.

That`s the kind of governance that served us so well during the Clinton Administration.

The kind of dialogue described so forcefully and so persuasively in the initiative put forward by Prime Minister Antonio Guterres and Prime Minister Poul Rasmussen.

Just this week, a key recommendation of the Iraq Study Group in the U.S. calls for ­among other things ­a multi­lateral approach in Iraq . The findings also mirror what the American people said loud and clear in our elections last month ­it is time for an immediate change in U.S. policy in Iraq . The report also moved towards the Democratic Party’s position which is to begin a phased withdrawal of troops as soon as possible.

Under the leadership of Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi, we will continue to work to ensure the U.S. changes its course in Iraq.

Democrats also want to renew our relationships around the world and continue to fight for human and civil rights.

This means supporting our shared belief that to be good citizens of the world community… we must to be good stewards of the environment.

We believe that American policy should no longer deny that global warming exists… The E. U. has led the way in understanding how dangerous global warming is and America should be your partner.

As progressives we share values ­on both sides of the Atlantic…

Values like creating good jobs with decent wages… Values like providing quality education and health care… And we believe that a life of hard work should lead to a retirement with dignity.

On trade, we believe that globalization must not be a race to the bottom, it must become a race to the top. And while Democrats will not be protectionist on trade issues… We also believe that enforceable labor standards with our trading partners in the developing world are essential to preserving both globalization and democracy.

There are other essential values we share that we must fight for, not just talk about.

As many of you know, I have consistently opposed the U.S. led war in Iraq. However, we must not let the differences on Iraq policy between governments derail our shared long­term goals. It is critical that we stand together and support emerging democracies. And we must vigorously stand up to the forces that threaten those emerging democracies. Futhermore, despite the many near term difficulties in engaging the Muslim world, progressive democracies must take a long term view.

No matter how long the timetable must be, we must not fail in our attempt to build a permanent bridge to nations in the Muslim world which strive toward democratic reform. And as we strive toward democratic reform, our politics must match our policies. It is not enough to say that you believe in being inclusive and support policies that say so, if you then ignore people in the political process.

To be blunt, that’s what happened to Democrats in my country. Some thought the path to electoral success was imitating the Republicans, and focusing only on parts of our country where people thought we had the best chance of winning.

And the result was that we only really focused our campaigns on a handful of states.

My party took a major step in this election towards our goal of being a national party again. We won in places that some thought we couldn’t. And we earned the votes of people who not have voted for a Democrat in a very long time. We even earned some votes from people who hadn’t even seen a Democrat in quite some time. But most of all, we showed up in every state in the country and reached out to all of our citizens, regardless

of party or religious affiliation. We did it by being inclusive. In essence, that’s what the rebuilding the Democratic Party was all about. And I think there is a lesson for progressives everywhere.

Because power resides with the people; it’s just loaned to us. As I said it does not work its way from the top down. It grows from the grassroots up. And yes, it grows everywhere not just in the areas that have traditionally supported you. Whether it is one of your parties or the Democratic Party, we should never cede a single region, never cede

a single state or city. Nor should we ever cede a single voter. Not a single one. Because it is a mark of respect for the voters that we ask each one for their vote… regardless of the

likelihood of getting it. This is what we call the 50­state strategy. It says we as a Party should communicate with our supporters and with all of our citizens… in the traditional

ways… but also in new ways.

By using the power and potential of technology as part of an aggressive outreach to meet and include voters and to get our message out… Technology is an important tool that can be used to engage and involve ordinary people in the political

process, but only if we have a strong message…

Because the Internet is not just a tool, its a community that we ought to reach out to and listen to what they have to say… Whether we’re talking about the United States or the European Union – it’s pretty simple. It’s just this: Show up everywhere. Knock on doors everywhere. Make the calls everywhere. Shake

hands everywhere… Do the hard work everywhere. And keep doing it… because that’s what running a permanent campaign requires. And make no mistake, we all have to run permanent campaigns. If we bring people together and talk with them about our values and the beliefs we share… Then we can win at any level, anywhere. I said at the beginning of my remarks that progressive parties are the parties of innovative solutions.

Solving problems. Moving forward.

And we, the progressive parties of the United States and Europe, can usher in a great age and a new direction… An age of respect and honesty.

An age of partnership and consensus ­building. An age of inclusiveness… in our policies and our politics. And ultimately, an age in which we all explore and discover the full potential of our parties… but more

importantly… discover the full potential of our people.

Thank you.

What a moving speech! Here are a couple more shots of Howard Dean, Chairman of the Democratic Party, hobnobbing with the leadership of the Party of European Socialists:

Howard Dean – Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, Poul Nyrup Rasmussen – PES President and Boris Tadic – President of Serbia

Howard Dean – Chairman of the Democratic National Committee and Georgios Andreas Papandreou – Leader of PASOK and President of the Socialist International

Ruairi Quinn – PES Treasurer and Howard Dean – Chairman of the Democratic National Committee

More info about Howard Dean’s romp through socialistan can be found at Gateway Pundit.


In 2007, the Party of European Socialists sent a delegation to America, to meet with their DSA counterparts. Don’t forget, the DSA is the daughter organization of one of the founding partners of the Party of European Socialists, the Socialist International.

Here are some photos from their visit:

The delegation in front of the DNC office

Meeting with Senator Bernie Sanders

Meeting with Senator Tom Daschle, on behalf of NDI and Ivan Doherty, Director of political party programs on “Democracy promotion, with a focus on political party strengthening”

Poul Rasmussen Meeting with Governor Howard Dean, Chair of the DNC (Democratic National Committee)

Poul Rasmussen with President John J. Sweeney of the AFL-CIO’s (America’s Union Movement) 13 million members

John Sweeney is also a member of the Democrat Socialists of America.


In April of 2009, the Party of European Socialist held their 3rd “Global Progressive Forum”.

Guess who gave the opening night keynote. None other than President Bill Clinton!

President Clinton makes his remarks in the front of the video. At approximately 3:15 in the video Howard Dean makes an appearance. Towards the end (4:45), the president of the PES talks about the “Global New Deal”.

So there you have it. Overwhelming circumstantial evidence that our Democratic party and leadership have been planning a global new deal and a sharp left turn toward Socialism, with help and coordination from foreign powers.

All that will be left for Democrats to do is one day share their intentions with the people who vote in US elections.

Begin holding breath……now.

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9 Responses to EXCLUSIVE! Democratic Party Coordinates With European Socialists In Bid For “Global New Deal”

  1. Douglas on October 14, 2009 at 9:01 pm

    Ever notice that it’s always a “global new deal” or a “green apollo program” or an “environmental marshall plan?”

    Does the rest of the world have no accomplishments to which they can point as a comparison for this worthless batch of legislation?

    Well, apparently.

  2. zeezil on October 14, 2009 at 11:51 pm

    Notice all the code words for communism in this expose’?

    So the delerious Dems are all in for a New World Disorder…figures.

  3. frankg on October 15, 2009 at 12:16 am


  4. BackwardsBoy on October 15, 2009 at 7:49 am

    This explains a lot, although not to my satisfaction.
    For instance, why would Americans (like Howard Dean) want us to adopt any other form of government? Weren’t they elected to maintain and strengthen our form of government?
    And what, exactly, does Howard Dean find so objectionable about our country that he goes to such effort to change it for the worse?

  5. SoSad on October 15, 2009 at 10:27 am

    This is about power hungry politicians! They all think they are so smart that they alone, can social engineer societies!

    Someway, we must knock these elites off their thrones.

    I say we start with the head of the snake, George Soros!

  6. CPT. Charles on October 15, 2009 at 11:49 am

    Didn’t Hillary attend a conference like this early in her first Senatorial term? I remember a news report that got ‘spiked’ after being aired for a couple of hours.

    The conference was in Norway if I remember correctly.

    Never found any further details on it; down the memory hole, I guess.

  7. harveyspaws on October 16, 2009 at 9:45 am

    Lived in France for 5 years. That health care system is soooo messed up. My friends who could ‘afford’ to see the best doctors all had (dare i say it) private insurance plans to cover the gap between what ‘free medicine’ paid and what their doctor charged. My friends who couldn’t…well, they had to wait for their appointments. Sometimes as long as 2 months. Why don’t we ever hear about that ?

  8. mike on October 18, 2009 at 4:13 pm

    “why would Americans (like Howard Dean) want us to adopt any other form of government? Weren’t they elected to maintain and strengthen our form of government?
    And what, exactly, does Howard Dean find so objectionable about our country that he goes to such effort to change it for the worse?”

    If you don’t understand that, you don’t understand the modern liberal mind.

    Watch Evan Sayet’s “How Modern Liberals Think” on YouTube.

  9. craig k on November 30, 2009 at 10:40 pm

    it’s so nice to see that people seem to be waking up. for years i have been called the idiot because i’ve believed this was a hoax…since day one. the reasons i thought are the ones we hear in conservative circles, such as one world government, money, etc. the speech from dean angers me but at least we are now seeing the true colors. we need to stay together and keep informing, being informed and fighting back…with actual fact. we hear that that science has formed a consensus to global warming. isn’t science
    “fact” and only fact…or it wouldn’t be science. so if they have to “vote” on the science then it isn’t science…it’s a hoax.


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