Sunday, May 28, 2017

Daily Bites of rules for Revolution:#2 The Revolutionary Rebel

Daily Bites of Rules for Revolution:
Highlights submitted by PL Sturgis:

 The Alinsky Model: by David Horowitz Freedom Center: PO Box 55089, Sherman Oaks, CA 91499 --- (800)752 6562 --

Daily Bites of Rules for Revolution:

Daily Bites of Rules for Revolution:

 #1 How to Identify a tyrant: 

#2 The Revolutionary Rebel:

#3 The Industrial Areas Foundation:

#4 The Civil Rights Movement:

#5 The issues are not the Issue: 

#6 If the Foundations be Destroyed :

# 7 the Gamaliel Foundation: 

#8 Relationships built on Self Esteem:

#9 The Nihilist:

#10 The Many Names of Satan:

#11 Murder in the name of Peace:

#12 The Radicals’ Enemy:

Daily Bites of Rules for Revolution: #2 The Revolutionary Rebel:

by David Horowitz

Saul Alinsky was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1909 and died in California in 1972. His preferred self description was “Rebel” and his entire life was devoted to organizing a revolution in America to destroy a system he regarded as oppressed and unjust! By profession he was a community organizer...the same term employed by his most famous disciples to describe themselves.

Alinsky came of age in the 1930’s and was drawn to the world of Chicago gangsters when he had encountered his profession as a sociologist. He sought out and became a social intimate of the Al Capone mob and a Capone enforcer of Frank Nitti, who took the reins when Capone was sent to prison for tax evasion in 1931. Later, Alinski had said Frank Nitti took him under his wing. 

While alinski was not oblivious to the fact that criminals were dangerous, like a good leftist, he held society, and capitalists particularly, responsible for creating them. In his view, criminality was not a character problem, but a result of the social environment. He blamed private property and individual rights which radicals like him were determined to change. Alinsky’s career as an organizer spanned the period in which the communist party was the major political force on the American left! 

Although he was never formally a communist and did not share their tactical views on how to organize a revolution, his attitude toward the communists was fraternal and he saw them as political allies. In the 1969 “afterword” in his book, “Reveille for Rebels” he explains his attitude in these words: “Communism itself is irrelevant. The issue is if they are on our side.” --- Alinsky’s unwillingness to condemn communism extended to the Soviet Empire, a regime which murdered more leftists than all their political opponents put together. 

This failure to condemn communism (his biographer describes him anti.anti communistic) contrasts dramatically with the extreme terms in which he was willing to condemn his own country as a system worth burning!

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(To be continued )

 Rules for Revolution



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