The present crash and burning going on in the US, is made to order for the street organizer-in-chief, who religiously heeds to the doctrine of Saul Alinsky.
What you are seeing is a carefully orchestrated Leftist movement meant to sow angst, distrust, anxiety and malcontent within the civil society, with the full intention of ripping it apart.
Making every incident involving the police and the Black community, (in which a Black male dies) as an indictment against law enforcement as a whole, the radical Left (to which Obama belongs) seeks to supercharge the angry street (mob) all ready under its control.
This is the heart of the street activist, it matters little who gets hurt, how much damage is done, the civil society that is the glue that binds any nation and its government together, has to be undone.
NOTE: If it means ”cracking some eggs” in order to do it, that is what they’ll do, and with glee.
And when the grand jury in Ferguson subsequently chose not to indict Darren Wilson because the officer obviously had shot Michael Brown in self-defense, Obama pronounced the black community’s indignation to be “an understandable reaction.”
Obama’s carefully chosen words—all delivered in the type of nonthreatening tenor advocated by Saul Alinsky—clearly communicated a single, foundational theme to African Americans: In the racist cesspool known as the United States, black people are routinely treated like second-class citizens, if not subhumans. Oh, and by the way, please remain calm. Wink, wink.
Saul Alinsky Lives in Ferguson
If the late Saul Alinsky—the America-hating godfather of community organizing—had fathered a black son, he’d look like Barack Obama. Obama has embraced, revered, and employed Alinsky’s philosophy and tactics of social revolution for decades. Indeed, he eventaught Alinsky’s methods in community-organizing workshops and seminars in Chicago, when he was a much younger Marxist. As we witness the continuing racial unrest sparked by the shooting of Michael Brown and the Ferguson grand jury’s subsequent decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson, it is vital to understand that everything the protesters/rioters are doing—in Ferguson and elsewhere—is straight out of Alinsky’s most famous publications, Rules For Radicals and Reveille For Radicals. And Obama has encouraged them, every step of the way.
Obama and Alinsky never actually met in person, as Alinsky died when Obama was just 11 years old. Happily for the future president, by that time he had already been introduced to the man who would mentor him throughout his adolescent years—the America-hating, pro-Soviet, pro-Stalin, Communist writer Frank Marshall Davis. Thus, when Obama eventually encountered Alinsky through the latter’s writings, the young community organizer was well prepared ideologically to soak up Alinsky’s message.
In his quest to cultivate the type of chaos that would spark social revolution against America’s capitalist system, Alinsky exhorted activists to constantly “rub raw the resentments of the people” and “fan the latent hostilities to the point of overt expression”—but to do this in measured tones, so as not to “scare off” middle-class Americans.
Thus did Obama dutifully and blandly call for “unity” and calm in the immediate aftermath of Michael Brown’s “heartbreaking and tragic” death, even as he repeatedly reminded us that: “police should not be bullying or arresting” anyone without cause; “in too many communities, too many young men of color are left behind and left as objects to fear”; “there is no excuse for excessive force by police”; “the justice gap” between whites and nonwhites is unacceptable; “the criminal-justice system doesn’t treat people of all races equally”; and “too many young men of color feel targeted by law enforcement, guilty of walking while black, or driving while black, judged by stereotypes that fuel fear and resentment and hopelessness.” And when the grand jury in Ferguson subsequently chose not to indict Darren Wilson because the officer obviously had shot Michael Brown in self-defense, Obama pronounced the black community’s indignation to be “an understandable reaction.”
NOTE: The widely distributed picture of Obama sitting on a bus (replica) that Rosa Parks sat on in Montgomery Alabama in 1955, where she famously refused to sit in the back of the bus, rests in the museum of Henry Ford in Dearborn Michigan.
I visited that museum during the time of that exhibition, which also included the emancipation proclamation delivered by president Abraham Lincoln. On the wall directly opposite of Obama who’s staring out the window, rested a copy of Saul Alinsky’s book, Rules For Radicals (dedicated to Satan), it was attached to the wall at eye level behind thick plexiglass shield.
I firmly believe that it was that book he was looking at when that picture was taken.