The Alinsky Method: Destroy Morality so the Masses will Demand More Government Control


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In a recent article I wrote entitled “With Great Freedom Comes Great Responsibility,” I closed by hinting to the fact that freedom means being able to take responsibility for yourself and learning from your own mistakes. This was a concept I began to understand well when I was giving a presentation in a child abuse class while attending the communist indoctrination center known as Northeastern State University in Broken Arrow Oklahoma. As I have mentioned several times, I majored in social work and came to realize that social workers in general believe in everything that entails big government controlling your life. As I prepared this presentation, it dawned on me that the reason we have an out of control government agency known as Child Welfare is because there was indeed a tremendous amount of child abuse and irresponsible parents out there that were endangering their children’s lives. Not that the bloated government agency did much to solve it; in fact a convincing argument could be made that the government, as usually is the case, made it worse. With that being said I summarized the presentation by saying that if parents fail to take responsibility for their children, someone else will assume it for them. To me that was a bad thing; however, many in my class found that an offense to their fragile sensibilities. The point of course that I am trying to make is that in the absence of morality the necessity for stricter control arises, and that is exactly where we are as a nation today.

Many in America are awakening to the “Alinsky method” that so many writers, including myself, have spent much time and effort trying to educate people about. One of Alinsky’s main tenants in striving for social chaos was to use an opponent’s own rules and values against them. He said of this tactic that it would be impossible, for example, for the Christian Church to live up to all of their rules so, as far as Alinsky was concerned this was the perfect tactic guaranteed to ridicule an opponent into submission. What I am seeing is that this game is being played on a very large scale, and in fact, the very value that they are seeking to use against us is freedom itself. The communists have been playing a game where the goal is to convince you and me that freedom is dangerous and that we as human beings are in no way capable of making responsible decisions, and we must therefore, let the government assume that responsibility for us. How are they doing this? You know the answer to that question; they are deliberately destroying our morality, thus giving rise to the need for a strict police state to govern our every move.

This is just my personal theory, but there is substantial evidence to back it up. One of the most significant sources of this evidence, in my opinion, is the 45 declared goals of the communist party, which were entered into the congressional record in 1963. I have written many articles concerning some of these goals and how they may, theoretically, be pertaining to many events we are witnessing today. One of the most compelling that I have written about a couple of times is the discrediting of the constitution and Americas founding fathers. Of course we see this occurring daily in education as they have become as brazen as to actually rewrite the second amendment in some of our children’s history books. There is another that is a little less subtle and is a direct affront to the very ideals of liberty.

We all understand that the first amendment protects the rights of religious liberty, assembly and speech. What many may have come to misunderstand; however, is the intent behind the word “speech.” The first amendment protects political and religious speech that is essential in the guarding of liberty. It was never intended to protect the vile disgusting things broadcast daily on the television set. One of the 45 communist goals was to discredit the first amendment by advocating against censorship laws claiming they were a violation of the first amendment.

From the 45 declared goals of the Communist Party-

Eliminate all laws governing obscenity by calling them censorship and a violation of free speech and free press.

The communists understand that free speech is a value that we hold to the highest ideals and because of this they were able to use it against us very effectively by accusing us of infringing on the free speech rights of others if we suggest the need for censorship. All the while, as our society grows more and more vile and decadent, the fact that we have free speech becomes the culprit in the minds of the uneducated. Thus, creating a situation where freedom and our constitution has been discredited and a solution is demanded to deal with our decaying morality that is allowed to fester on unimpeded.

It’s the perfect example of the Hegelian Dialectic at play. The problem is created and the public is conned into begging for a solution that the communists already have in waiting. It’s important to understand that according to the U.N. Declaration of human rights, people have a right to “freedom of expression” not freedom of speech. Free speech is dangerous as speech can be used as a weapon. Expression can be controlled and in its simplest definition, expression pertains to some type of performance art form. So people may be free to express themselves, but not through the means of political speech that is geared at telling the truth. Failure to understand this difference can mean a great deal in the pursuit of liberty.

It is imperative that we work to restore some semblance of morality in this nation because as we slide further and further into the abyss the more likely it is that someone else’s morality will be enforced upon us. I am quite confident that you know what I am referring too.

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