The United States is at a crossroad. I believe this is our last chance to make the right turn and take the correct course of action. It is time to stop pretending, get real, get our heads out of the sand and deal with a serious situation by beginning to call it what it is.
The sworn enemies of our constitutional republic that have tried and failed for a half century to defeat us militarily are the Marxist, Communist, Socialist, Progressive Democrats or whatever they prefer to sound more acceptable at the moment.
Regardless of the label they choose, they use the tactics of Marx and intend to bring the United States under the same dictatorial Communist umbrella as the Russians, Chinese and Cubans.
After the United States emerged from World War II as the unchallenged superpower, the Communist strategy for world domination changed, the free American people could not be defeated by military force, the dirty deed must be accomplished from within.
During the Vietnam War, they tried insurrection. Through threats and intimidation of government officials, corporate executives, media moguls, college presidents, and university students from prominent families, they were able to muster enough influence to hand victory to the Communist dictators in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
Encouraged by their victory and major inroads into American government and other major positions of power, they once again shifted their tactics.
They used the teachings of sixties radical Saul Alinsky to indoctrinate and prepare a young Alinsky-method believer to become President of the United States. To understand Obama and his behavior in office, you must understand the Alinsky method described in detail in his book: Rules for Radicals.
Former Communist, David Horowitz states that Alinsky’s entire life “was devoted to organizing a revolution in America to destroy a system he regarded as oppressive and unjust. By profession, he was a ‘community organizer,’ the same term employed by his most famous disciple, Barack Obama, to describe himself.
“In Alinsky’s view, criminality was not a character problem but a result of the social environment, in particular the system of private property and individual rights, which radicals like him were determined to change.
“Alinsky identified the problem posed by (old style) Communism as inflexibility and dogmatism and proposed as a solution that radicals should be ‘political relativists,’ that they should take an agnostic view of means and ends. For Alinsky, the revolutionary’s purpose is to undermine the system and then see what happens. The Alinsky radical has a single principle – to take power from the haves and give to the have-nots.
“It was Alinsky who wove the inchoate relativism of the post-Communist left into a coherent whole, and helped to dorm the coalition of communists, anarchists, liberals, Democrats, black racialists, and social justice activists…”
“The issue is never the issue. The issue is always the revolution. In other words the cause- whether inner city blacks or women – is never the real cause, but only an occasion to advance the real cause, which is the accumulation of power to make the revolution. Within the framework of their revolutionary agenda, they are flexible, opportunistic, and will say anything (and pretend to be anything) to get what they want, which is resources and power.
“Unlike the Communists who identify their goal as a soviet state – and thereby generate opposition to their schemes – Alinsky and his followers organize their power bases without naming the end game, without declaring a specific future they want to achieve – socialism, communism, a dictatorship of the proletariat, or anarchy. Without committing themselves to concrete principles or a specific future, they organize exclusively to build a power base which they can use to destroy the existing society and its economic system.”
It should now be clear what Barack Obama meant when he said: “We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.”
The Obama regime is systematically destroying the economic system of our constitutional republic. It is time to call it what it is.