Saul Alinsky is who the President elect sees in the mirror

    In Rules for Radicals, Alinsky outlines his strategy in organizing, writing in the prologue,”There’s another reason for working inside the system. Dostoevski said that taking a new step is what people fear most. Any revolutionary change must be preceded by a passive, affirmative, non-challenging attitude toward change among the mass of our people. They must feel so frustrated, so defeated, so lost, so futureless in | Read More »

    Must read! Obama, a master of Alinsky method of social agitation

    Saw this on Rasmussen Reports written by Tony Blankey. Read it almost like a thriller, especially: Obama’s early mentor in the Alinsky method of social agitation was Mike Kruglik, whom Lizza paraphrased as saying: “(Obama) was a natural, the undisputed master of agitation, who could engage a room full of recruiting targets in a rapid-fire Socratic dialogue, nudging them to admit that they were not | Read More »

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    While it is true, as Obama has pointed out in defense of himself, that America has known some degree of social interventionism in its sociopolitical history, Obama´s desire to ¨spread the wealth around¨ has nothing to do with social “fairness.” Obama’s economic ideology is rooted in Marxism, but his modus operandi comes from Saul Alinsky. Those who espouse Marxist theory but live in democratic societies | Read More »

    Our Children – Our Country – Our Destiny

    What will it take to get America’s attention – when will they see the light at the end of the tunnel. Why are they jumping on the bandwagon of radicals and terrorists? Americans have once again become complacent, the controlled – not the ones in control. Why are they allowing others to think for them, to endanger their children and families? Why have they allowed | Read More »

    This would be interesting to watch…

    This is probably old hat to you regulars, but for the benefit of the drive-bys and lurkers, please bear with me. I think it useful to explore the origins of Barack Hussein Obama’s strategies and mode of operation. Foremost is the influence of [Saul Alinsky] (, the prototype of the ‘community organizer’ in this country. Alinsky’s book, Rules for Radicals, is the playbook used by | Read More »

    Rules for Radicals Redux

    Saul Alinsky’s 1971 tome, “Rules for Radicals”, is the cookbook for how to launch a reformation, leading to a revolution, among the middle class of society. Spend some time with this garbage, and you will see direct and eerie parallels to the bilge that Obama spouts virtually every time he opens his lying mouth. His life as a “community orgainzer (agitator)” is right out of | Read More »


    With the rise of Barrack Obama we have often heard the name of Saul Alinsky. Alinsky achieved fame as a “community organizer” and as the author of “Rules for Radicals.” He dedicates this “pragmatic primer for realistic radicals”, in an “over-the-shoulder” manner, to the first radical, Lucifer. Today, Alinsky would be proud of his progeny. He would also be laughing. After all, look at where | Read More »

    I find the “Barry” moniker is most puzzling.

    Here was his point… The original strategy was to emphasis the whole name “Barack Hussein Obama”, with even extra emphasis on the middle name. The name sounds foreign (it is) which makes the person attached to that name unamerican. This “Barry” stuff totally undermines that strategy. Barry is that guy down the street who helps the old lady mow her lawn. Barry is the popular | Read More »

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