Though this glowing review for a new
Broadway play about the life of Helen Keller deals only with the play itself; our rebuttal today will treat the broader subject
of Helen Keller. Along with Eleanor Red Roosevelt and Red Rosa Parks, the allegedly blind and deaf heroine
Helen Keller ranks as one of the Marxist Media's top tier sainted ladies of the past 100 years. Moochelle Obongo would rank
among them as well were it not for the chemically shriveled up male genitalia it has tucked away between its legs.
Keller's birthday (June 27) is commemorated as Helen
Keller Day in the state of Pennsylvania and was authorized at the federal level by a proclamation by President Jimmy Carter
in 1980, the 100th anniversary of her birth. But just like Red Rosa of the Highlander Folk School (here), and donkey-faced Stalinist Eleanor (here), Comrade Keller - as inspirational as her alleged triumph over the challenge of going blind and deaf at
age two may have been - was also a Communist, or at the very least, a "fellow traveler".
Red Saints: Keller, the lovely Eleanor and Rosa
The Keller deaf
and blind phenomenon was, if not a total hoax, at least significantly exaggerated. Seriously now, Helen Keller was said to be deaf, blind and mute. The only way she could comprehend anything was
to touch it and learn finger signals. That is how she eventually learned sign language for a limited number of words. After
her story became more widely known, she miraculously began writing books, using words such as "infinity" and
"incomprehensible". Now how did 'miracle scammer' Anne Sullivan use touch to teach Helen about abstract concepts
like that? More than likely, Keller was never was fully deaf, fully mute or fully blind. She was probably partially all
of those and then played the world for fools.
Without the lifelong help of her handler
(ghostwriter?) , Anne Sullivan, Helen's writing career could not have been so "prolific". One of Keller's
early pieces of writing, at age 11, was The Frost King (1891). Allegations were later leveled at Keller, and in particular,
the adult Sullivan, claiming that the tale had been plagiarized from The
Frost Fairies by Margaret Canby. An "investigation" (cover-up) into the matter proposed that
Keller had experienced a case of "cryptomnesia", meaning that Canby's story had once been read to her (by finger signals), forgotten
about, but stored in her subconscious memory as if it were her own. This explanation would require that the adult reading
the story to Helen, presumably Sullivan, must have also come down with "cryptomnesia"!
"Cryptomnesia! HA HA HA HA -- That's a good
one, eh Sugar!"
At age 22, Keller published her autobiography, The Story of My Life (1903),
as always, with help from her handlers, the "miracle worker" Anne Sullivan and Sullivan's husband, John Macy. It was first published in the Ladies Home Journal as a series of installments.
The following year, it was published by Doubleday, Page & Co. The book was very well received, and, we presume,
quite lucrative for all parties involved.
Commie Keller later founded the ACLU along
with the notorious Red Roger Baldwin (image 3) and other subversive scum. Were the Reds playing her?
Keller was outspoken in her political convictions
and remains a holy heroine to Marxists. Just Google 'Helen Keller Marxist" and see how the scum of the earth continue
to venerate 'Comrade Keller'. She was a member of the Socialist Party of America and the Communist Industrial Workers of the
World. In 1920, she helped to found the Communist American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) - an organization
dedicated to freeing criminals, protecting Communists, promoting pornography and forcing Atheism upon captive school children.
Was Keller a true out and out Communist subversive, a la Eleanor Roosevelt? Or was she simply a naive libtard made
famous for overcoming her severe disability, and then shamelessly used as a propaganda prop to promote "the agenda"?
In either case, strike another icon from the Unholy
Pantheon of "American Heroes".
2 - Whatever Sullivan's motives may have been, she gained fame and fortune herself by handling Commie Keller and staying close
to her throughout her whole life.
3- Keller feels her way around Eleanor's face: "My, what a wretched ugly hag you are, my Lady."
1: There's a new play out about Helen Keller that I'd like to see.
Americanus 2: What an amazing and inspirational woman.
"You dolt! You're as blind just sshe was!"
("Dolt"? I haven't heard that one in a long time.)
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