Burn Baby Burn - Anarchist Nothing More


Please understand what you are seeing in the news every night is by design. The media try's to blow things up as if it's massive when it's not. Consider the are 350 million American people. 99% are not in the streets with anarchist leading the weak minded. The Berkeley so called riot was fake news staged and coordinated by UC Berkeley.


Why do we say this? One item on fire whatever it was, windows broken, event goers attacked, police hiding watching did nothing, then one arrest. It looked staged as if they knew what to expect from the protesters.


The media would have us believe half the country is gay. Not true, 3.8% identify  themselves as gay, transgender doesn't even measure there are so few. As you can see the media blows things up where it looks larger than life. When in reality it's all bullshit and fake.. 


These anarchist are following the Rules For Radical to the T......It's up to us to know what it is we are being fed by the media and the progressive left..


“The world as it is” is a rather simple world. From this perspective, the world consists of but three kinds of people: “the Haves, the Have-Nots, and the Have-a-Little, Want Mores.” The Haves, possessing, as they do, all of “the power, money, food, security, and luxury,” resist the “change” necessary to relieve the Have-Nots of the “poverty, rotten housing, disease, ignorance, political impotence, and despair” from which they suffer. The Have-a-Little, Want Mores comprise what we call “the middle class.”


While Alinsky believes that this group “is the genesis of creativity,” he also claims that it supplies the world with its “Do-Nothings.” The Do-Nothings are those who “profess a commitment to social change for ideals of justice, equality, and opportunity, and then abstain from and discourage all effective action for change.


Alinsky remarks that in spite of their reputable appearances, the Do-Nothings are actually “invidious”. This being so, they are as resistant to change as are the Haves. Change is brought about through relentless agitation and “trouble making” of a kind that radically disrupts society as it is. Since both the middle and upper classes have none of the organizer’s passion for radical change, he must do his best to “stir up dissatisfaction and discontent .


He must “agitate to the point of conflict.” The organizer “dramatizes…injustices” and engages in “‘trouble making’ by stirring up” just those “angers, frustrations, and resentments”  that will eventuate in the “disorganization of the old and organization of the new” emphasis original.


He is determined to give rise to as much “confusion” and “fear” as possible. There can be no conversation between the organizer and his opponents.


The latter must be depicted as being evil. If his compulsion to “agitate” makes it sound as if the organizer is disinclined to converse with those with whom he disagrees, that is because, well, he is.


Alinsky is blunt on this point: “You don’t communicate with anyone purely on the rational facts or ethics of an issue”


It is true that “moral rationalization is indispensable,” that the organizer must “clothe” one’s goals and strategies with “moral arguments”. But there can be no conversation with one’s opponents, for to converse with them is to humanize them.


Know What Your Seeing Play Out In The Streets Is And Where It Comes From...