Ever wonder what “community organizers” really were? Read on and learn why they are deadly for America.
IT’S WORTH CONSIDERING
Alinsky decided to use an entirely different approach than the counter-cultural radicals of
the 60s like Tom Hayden and Abbie Hoffman. Instead of confrontation, disruption, demonstrations and riots, Alinsky chose a more subtle approach-infiltrating the institutions of American society and government and thereby directing federal funds to their own organizations and causes. He also saw organized labor as a huge potential ally. He personally trained the most important radical labor organizer of his time-Cesar Chaves.
He also shaped the future of the civil rights movement after the death of Martin Luther King. If you’ve ever wondered how the whole civil rights movement took such a dramatic turn, promoting the “victim mentality” so prevalent in the black community, now you know what happened. Perhaps the first public display of Alinsky’s approach was when racial unrest erupted in Rochester, New York after King’s death. Alinsky was called in by activists to pressure Eastman-Kodak to hire more blacks. The racial extortion that won the day became the standard of the entire civil rights movement under the leadership of the “victim mentality” king, Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton.
With help from the Kennedys and a new disciple, a Wellesley undergraduate, the foundations were being laid for gaining a stronghold on the entire Democratic Party. In 1969 Hillary Rodham submitted her senior thesis paper on the theories of Saul Alinsky, comparing him to the likes of Eugene Debs, Walt Whitman and Martin Luther King. She saw Alinsky’s most important contribution to the radical cause as his embracing of political nihilism. As an SDS radical once wrote, “The issue is never the issue. The issue is always the revolution.”
AS I SEE IT
What all this means is that the apparent cause- oppression of blacks, women’s rights, voter suppression or whatever- is never the real cause. It is merely a smoke screen to advance the real cause which is the accumulation of power to make the revolution. Alinsky disciples are bound by no rules, no planned strategy, and no worthy principles. They remain flexible and opportunistic and will say anything, do anything, and pretend to be anything if it advances their quest for influence, money, and power.
According to Alinsky, “From the moment an organizer enters a community, he lives, dreams, eats, sleeps only one thing, and that is to build the mass power base of what he calls the army.” The issue is never the issue. It is always the revolution. By refusing to commit to principles or to identify their goal, Alinsky’s followers have been able to organize a coalition of all the elements of the left who were previously divided by disagreements over means or ends. They see “democracy” as getting those who are in, out, and using the poor and “oppressed” as a battering ram to bring down the system.
Lately, the term “low information voter” has been used to describe the mass of loyal supporters, mostly black) that will follow Obama anywhere. It is simply the result of years of preparation by “community organizers.” Prior to becoming a full-time legislator in 1996, Barack Obama was immersed in the largest radical organization in the nation, Acorn, which was built precisely on the Alinsky model. In 1995 he became Acorn’s attorney, guiding them through all the loopholes and “smoke and mirrors techniques” that would prevent the opposition from ever discovering what they were really up to.
So, what are they really up to? They have no interest in reforming the system, only destroying it by using whatever means are necessary. They have been successful largely because conservatives refuse to believe that a fellow American could possibly desire America’s destruction and willing to do or say anything to bring it about. When radicals talk about justice, equality, and democracy, conservatives take the bait, giving the radicals the benefit of the doubt to their own destruction. So, here we are watching the charade before our very eyes. I hope you are beginning to see what’s going on behind the curtain.
Click here to read the introduction to this series.
ON THE LIGHTER SIDE
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