Monday, April 02, 2012

Alinsky, Treyvon Martin and Obama

I have posted on Obama mentor Saul Alinsky before. But I thought  this little clip from Breitbart.com was worth reading.

Whenever conservative point this type of stuff out, the mockery from the left is deafening. Which in turn is keeping with Alinsky's model for "Rules for Radicals," which is to turn up the volume of ridicule to obscure the real intent of leftists. I hope that more light gets shown on this stuff, because the country is approaching a very dangerous phase. The last thing we need right now is a racial conflagration, but if we had one, I think quite a few on the left would be thrilled as all get out. Let me excerpt this little quote from the late Alinksy, the rabble-rouser with his clear, professorial horn-rimmed glasses:

“The despair is there; now it’s up to us to go in and rub raw the sores of discontent, galvanize them for radical social change.”- Saul Alinsky

Here's another clip from the Breitbart article, connecting some dots:
An interesting quote to consider, from the man who shaped the minds of those who shaped President Obama. Now consider Obama’s former chief of staff Rahm Emanuel’s notorious statement: “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste.” 
The meaning is the same. It is calculating and it is dangerous, part of a bigger picture--a multi-faceted war to divide America for the sole purpose of securing Obama's re-election and subsequent radical social change.
As the article asks, why would the president have weighed in on the Treyvon Martin case as he has weighed in on some other incendiary situations? Why that, and not other killings when the roles have been reversed and it's black-on-black crime, the vast majority. Or black on white crime? Why this and why now? Breitbart.com's conclusion? It is this:
It’s not about wrong or right. It’s not about justice. It’s not about Trayvon Martin. The meaning is the same. It is calculating and it is dangerous, part of a bigger picture--a multi-faceted war to divide America for the sole purpose of securing Obama's re-election and subsequent radical social change. 
The Breitbart article mentions the step-by-step events, with the Occupy Wall Street movement, the Wisconsin and Indiana labor intimidation tactics against Gov. Scott Walker's administration, and some other fun and games the Administration helped fan. As said Alinsky:
“Once you organize people, they’ll keep advancing from issue to issue toward the ultimate objective: people power. We’ll not only give them a cause, we’ll make life g*****n exciting for them again — life instead of existence. We’ll turn them on...” – Saul Alinsky
Breitbart concludes: "This is not about Trayvon Martin. This is about divide and conquer. Hope and Change has been replaced with Us vs. Them. This about pitting Americans against Americans. 
The despair is there... so, what’s Move 5?
Sad stuff. I've never been one to really buy wholesale into conspiracy theories, but the more you understand leftists and their tactics, and the Alinsky method, it's hard not to see a little collusion. And I would be remiss if I didn't beat the Rev. Al Sharpton and Rev. Jesse Jackson drum again. If these two alleged ministers of Christ would do more Bible-preaching and Gospel-preaching, i.e. proclaiming the peace, forgiveness, restoration, and salvation that is ONLY available through repentance and trusting in Christ's finished work on the cross—we just might see a little more racial harmony and love.
Instead, they'd rather incite and fan the flames of anger and hate. They will be held accountable before the Lord they claim to represent. 

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