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Young Democratic Socialists of America Now Has 250 Campus Chapters Nationwide

Young Democratic Socialists of America Now Has 250 Campus Chapters Nationwide

“to fight for equality, justice, and democratic socialism”

Academia’s embrace of the far left is no secret. This is all part of the long game they’re playing.

Campus Reform reports:

Democratic Socialists set up shop on campuses nationwide

The Young Democratic Socialists of America organization now claims to have more than 250 chapters on campuses across the country, a dramatic increase from just 15 chapters in 2016.

YDSA is the student-focused branch of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) which is “a political and activist organization” that seeks to “empower working people” and has several ongoing campaigns, including Medicare for All, Strong Unions, and Electoral Power.

The YDSA mission is to “build the power of students, campus communities, and youth to fight for equality, justice, and democratic socialism,” according to its constitution, which was last updated in August 2017.

[RELATED: Socialist group calls for ‘extermination’ of capitalists]

In June 2017, YDSA launched a “Fall Campus Drive” with the goal of registering 100 new chapters by the fall semester, noting that it had already expanded from just 15 chapters to 50 chapters in 27 states over the preceding year.

“When we originally launched the YDSA fall campus drive, we set the bold target of 100 campuses across the country,” the recognized chapter list states. “Currently, we’ve received over 250 campuses register for the fall drive! This explosion in interest shows that this semester will be the biggest ever for YDSA. We will be able to build a mass movement for democratic socialism and justice at campuses across the country.”

While YDSA states that more than 250 chapters are now registered, the list includes only 218 groups, 27 of which are high school chapters.


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There is no such thing as a “Democratic Socialist”; that term is an oxymoron. There are only Socialists, a term that an alarming number of folks, young people in particular, don’t really understand. [As an interesting experiment, ask some people who “believe in” socialism to give up their own stuff!]

Remember: Under Capitalism Man exploits Man, while under Socialism it’s the other way around!