Exposed: Hilary-Alinsky unpublished letters revealed

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And why it matters.

The Washington Free Beacon, not part of the drive by state run media that normally acts as stenographers for the Regime of the Kenyan kommie andthe left, revealed a series of letters between putative presidential candidate Hilary Clinton and communist left wing agitator Saul Alinsky, of Jewish roots.

From the Free Beacon:

Alinsky, whose philosophy has long been linked with President Barack Obama’s focus on community organizing, was a far larger influence on Clinton, who wrote her thesis at Wellesley on Alinsky.

Alinsky fully embraced the tenets of socialism – as Stanley Kurtz points out, Alinsky wrote in his first work, Reveille for Radicals, “Radicals want to advance from the jungle of laissez-faire capitalism to a world worthy of the name of human civilization. They hope for a future where the means of economic production will be owned by all of the people instead of the comparative handful.”

In order to accomplish those goals, as Alinsky spelled out in his follow-up work, Rules for Radicals, community organizing was necessary: a strategy by which an organizer would find the “Have-Nots” in particular communities and encourage them to agitate against the “Haves” – almost always, a corporation. Disturbing the general population, lying, and cheating were musts.

Comrade Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov-Lenin, founder of the communist USSR in 1917, understood this well, and employed many of these tactics before Alinsky verbalized them decades later.

Sound familiar as in the Kenyan kommie? ESH suggest not calling Hilary or the Kenyan kommie a “syndicalist” as it may hurt their proletariat feelings.

You can read the rest of this titillating story here….

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