Saul Alinsky, as everyone knows now was a special idol (a soulmate really) of our dear leader Barack Hussein Obama. One of Alinsky’s rules for radicals was to pick a target and make him/her the face of the issue because people “bleed” and institutions don’t. You then target all your fire on the person to … Continue reading Daily Beast working hard to do an 'Alinsky' on Stephen Miller
Just a quick further note on that Vox article (“bizzaro rant” cute huh!) about me yesterday. It is important to know that the Left loves Alinsky—Saul Alinsky—and they have learned his lessons well. So, you need to learn them too. Read Rules for Radicals! (short description here at wikipedia) BTW, if you didn’t know, Alinsky’s … Continue reading Learn about Alinsky and laugh at them!
Saul Alinsky, as everyone should know by now, is the ‘great’ mind behind the throne—Obama’s throne. (Thanks to all of you who found my spelling error!) Remember the rumors that Alinsky’s portrait hangs in the White House? In his little book of evil (Rules for Radicals) he lays out his prescription for political success … Continue reading Alinsky: “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.”
We have previously mentioned the brave Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Phoenix, AZ. Yesterday throngs of demonstrators protested his enforcement of immigration laws in Maricopa County, focusing their ire on him to bring attention to the issue which is a classic Alinsky political strategy. However, they defeated their purpose when they got violent (something Alinsky opposed). Saul Alinsky, … Continue reading Arizona demonstration against Sheriff is classic Alinsky, until it turned violent
I’m posting this link to Kyle-Anne Shiver’s piece today at American Thinker because it’s a good analysis of some recent news about the Obama Administration’s political strategy. Many of the Alinsky (Rules for Radicals) strategies she highlights are ones we discussed throughout our work late last fall and early this year in our Community Destabilization category, so … Continue reading Some fresh Saul Alinsky analysis