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When I was a young man, I thought that the possibility of living as a second-class citizen in America was unthinkable, even laughable to a point, because the idea that the radicals of my time, who were not only considered weird but toxic, could ever hope to succeed. Now, when I arise every day (thank you Lord!), I find myself at the bottom of that particular food chain. How did this happen? When did the weirdos rise to prominence?
Well, near as I can tell, it happened while we were basking in the glory of our successes. Not an entirely bad thing, since we -- and I credit our grandparents and parents with the use of "we" -- fought like Hell for those successes, but we still fell into complacency. The problem is, the Left never rests. They are as patient as radical Islamists in their quest for dominance, and we let them slide right by us while we celebrated our peaceful holidays, such as Independence Day.
Ironic it is, then, that we now fight anew for independence and liberty against the efforts of those who once shared in our own backyard barbecues. However, seeing what they have become in their arrogance and new found hubris, it is now horrifying that we ever broke bread with these people in the first place.
Saul Alinsky published his Rules for Radicals in 1971 and laid the groundwork for what we today experience, whereby anyone who cherishes the old America many of us love and remember is cast as an evil S.O.B. and castigated as any number of labels from evil or greedy to homophobic and xenophobic. Basically, we hate anyone who isn't white or straight. Try now to wriggle out of that net.
Alinsky, while laying out the strategy to force patriots into irrelevancy, was the strategist for the tactical maneuvers of Cloward and Piven, the duo responsible for our floundering economy today, but Alinsky still remains the more easily conquered foe. All we have to do is use verbal Ju Jitso on the left.
Name calling has traditionally been beneath Conservatives, considered a silly game for amateurs, but it has been our undoing over the past few decades. (Of course, our failure to preserve our educational system has also contributed to our demise). However, I think we are past the time to remain honorable in our debates with these evil bastards, and we must turn Alinsky's strategy on its head.
A good place to start is the abortion issue. MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry recently stated that life begins when the parents "feel" it does. Huh? Is this some form of validation of the Casey Anthony verdict? Harris-Perry -- and her ilk in general -- actually advocates the murder of children up to the age of 3. See the link here.
Abortion has been a hotly contested issue for decades, but now the Devil-worshipping Left has upped the ante. While they declare a "war on women" when we dare to oppose the murder of the unborn, they are now pushing for the murder of the already born if they prove to be "inconvenient". Call me old fashioned, but I consider that murder, and the proponent's evil.
So let's just start calling the Left evil, Devil-worshipping death mongers who hate children. And begin to ask them in public why they hate kids. If my words seem cruel or over the top, consider this Alinsky quote:
“Lest we forget at least an over the shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical: from all our legends, mythology and history (and who is to know where mythology leaves off and history begins - or which is which), the very first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom - Lucifer.”The hero of the people now in charge of a large portion of our lives openly admires the Devil, and we allow ourselves to be portrayed as the enemies of Humanity...does anyone see a problem here?? Or is it too late for ordinary sinners to repent?
― Saul D. Alinsky, Rules for Radicals: A Pragmatic Primer for Realistic Radicals
I pray it is not.
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