Obama’s Stealth Agenda
How did we get to this point in our nation’s history from 1776 to 2020? Surely Americans living in this country would not willingly and purposefully seek to destroy the country that has been the greatest source of good for the world as we know it? “Oh Yes We Can.” said Barack Obama.
“Barack is not a politician first and foremost. He’s a community activist exploring the viability of politics to make change.” – said Michelle Obama after her husband became a U.S. Senator in 1996.
“We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.” said Barack Obama at the height of his 2008 campaign.
“The Issue is never the issue. The issue is always the revolution.” said Saul Alinsky. In other words the cause is never the real cause, but only an occasion to advance the real cause which is the accumulation of power to make the revolution.
“We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.” said Barack Obama, election eve, 2008.
I just can’t seem to get away from what has happened to our nation under 8 years of Barack Obama’s presidency. Obama used economic crisis to take over entire industries and attempted to nationalize the healthcare system with his “Affordable Healthcare Act” (Obamacare). Obama’s world apology tour made him appear weak as he groveled before world leaders apologizing for the sins of American aggression.
Everything about Barack Obama has been nothing but a smoke screen covering up the truth. It’s easy to see when you understand how mellow Barry Sotoro became leader of the free world President Barack Hussain Obama. Where did he come from really and what is his connection to the Chicago Community Organizer and radical Saul Alinsky?
Infiltrating the institutions of American society and government was Alinsky’s modus operandi. Guided by Alinsky principles, post-Communist radicals are not idealists but Machiavellians. Their focus is on means rather than ends, and therefore they are not bound by organizational orthodoxies in the way their admired Marxist forebears were.
The demagogic standard of the revolution is “democracy” – a democracy which upends all social hierarchies, including those based on merit. This is why Alinsky built his initial power base among the underclass and the urban poor. The call to make the last ones first is a powerful religious imperative. For Alinsky radicals, policies are not important in themselves; they are instrumental – means to expanding the political base.
Obama had never met Alinsky who died in 1972, but 3 years out of college in 1986 the Alinsky team hired 23 year old Barack Obama to organize residents in South Side Chicago. Obama became director of the Developing Communities Project working on initiatives from job training to school reform to hazardous waste cleanup. These became ways to obtain government funding for residents with next to nothing. The DCP was a conglomeration of the Alinsky network. Obama became very good practicing Alinsky’s methods and soon he was teaching workshops on understanding power: ‘power analysis,’ ‘elements of a power organization,’ and ‘the path to power’ at the Alinsky Industrial Areas Foundation. According to Alinsky’s manual ‘We are not virtuous by not wanting power,’ it says. ‘We are really cowards for not wanting power,’ because ‘power is good’ and ‘powerlessness is evil.’ The other fundamental lesson Obama taught was Alinsky’s maxim that self-interest is the only principle around which to organize people.
Until he became a full-time elected legislator in 1996, the focus of Obama’s political activities was the largest radical organization in the United States, Acorn, which was built on the Alinsky model of community organizing. A summary of his Acorn activities was compiled by the Wall Street Journal:
In 1991, he took time off from his law firm to run a voter-registration drive for Project Vote, an Acorn partner that was soon fully absorbed under the Acorn umbrella. The drive registered 135,000 voters and was considered a major factor in the upset victory of Democrat Carol Moseley Braun over incumbent Democratic Senator Alan Dixon in the 1992 Democratic Senate primary.
Mr. Obama’s success made him a hot commodity on the community organizing circuit. He became a top trainer at Acorn’s Chicago conferences. In 1995, he became Acorn’s attorney, participating in a landmark case to force the state of Illinois to implement the federal Motor Voter Law.
That law’s loose voter registration requirements would later be exploited by Acorn employees in an effort to flood voter rolls with fake names. In 1996, Mr. Obama filled out a questionnaire listing key supporters for his campaign for the Illinois Senate. He put Acorn first (it was not an alphabetical list).
And we see the same corrupt process being floated by Congressional Democrats with the “Mail-In Ballots for All” for the 2020 election.
Within the framework of Alinsky’s revolutionary agenda, radicals are flexible and opportunistic and will say anything (and pretend to be anything) to get what they want, which is resources and power. For Alinsky, the revolutionary’s purpose is to undermine the system and then see what happens.
You may be asking why this is about Obama. Neither Barack nor Michelle is running for office in this 2020 election? Let me say this. This article shows the stealth mode of Barack Obama from 1983 to 1996 when he was actively practicing Alinsky’s methods and teaching other in Chicago, before springing into the political scene. His sudden rise to power and his influence on American politics while building his political power base and almost succeeding in the destruction of America from within, ignoring the possibilities for good that simply feed his self-interests and need for more power.
I often referred to Barack Obama as the Community-Organizer-In-Chief without knowing the full implications of its meaning. Now that I’ve read David Horowitz’s article “Barack Obama’s Rules for Revolution” it has provided clarity to what we’ve experienced over the past 12 years. It is not accidental that Obama rose in power so quickly, but how he did it had been a mystery.
From Alinsky’s first book Rules for Radicals
The First rule: Power is not only what you have but what the enemy thinks you have.
The Second rule: Never go outside the experience of your people. When an action is outside the experience of the people, the result is confusion, fear, and retreat.
The Third rule: Wherever possible go outside of the experience of the enemy. Here you want to cause confusion, fear, and retreat.
The Fourth rule: Make the enemy live up to their own book of rules. You can kill them with this, for they can no more obey their own rules than the Christian church can live up to Christianity.
The Fifth rule: Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon. It is almost impossible to counterattack ridicule. Also it infuriates the opposition, who then react to your advantage.
The Sixth rule: A good tactic is one that your people enjoy. If your people are not having a ball doing it, there is something very wrong with the tactic.
What has been lost over the past 4 years is this all important caution from Alinsky:
A tactic that drags on too long becomes a drag. Man can sustain militant interest in any issue for only a limited time, after which it becomes a ritualistic commitment.
Alinsky believed that “Power goes to two poles: to those who’ve got money and those who’ve got people.”
The United States has weathered many storms with 45 presidents over our 240+ year history. Presidents have been nominated, elected or by succession from the death of their predecessor. Barack Obama is the only one to come with an ultimate stealth agenda of self-interest and the destruction of America from within. It was because of what was happening to the ordinary American citizens by a weaponized government under Obama that brought Donald Trump forward with experience, vision and a plan to reverse the damage and restore America to the greatness of her past and beyond.
I have often said that this 2020 election is the most important in our nation’s history.
On one side we have a political party with a failed vision going forward that promises free medical, housing, food stamps and more, then promising to raise taxes and stop fossil fuel production while promising to stand for the working men and women are non-starters that will kill the economy of our nation.
On the other side of the coin is President Trump who has a proven track record of keeping his promises to secure our borders, lower taxes, bring manufacturing jobs back to America, rebuilding our military and placing America First in our nation and foreign trade. His building our economy, combatting the China Virus and innovative techniques to build personal protective equipment and develop a vaccine for the COVID-19 virus are unprecedented. His promise to rebuild our economy a second time, complete the southern border wall, fight child and human trafficking, stopping drugs and making America stronger and safer again are what will make America greater than ever before.
American voters have a choice to vote or not, a choice to vote Red or Blue, to build up or tear down. Choosing not to vote is a choice to tear down. – I am the Real Truckmaster!