“If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon.”- Obama
~ I saw this jaguar commercial last night and the premise of the commercial is:
There are machines that can do things for us. Machines that can make things for us. Machines that can see right through us. And machines, that want to be us, want to replace us, but they are not us.
At 0:14 I thought of the TSA.
Take note of bottom of image screen before you play. At 0:26 look at the bottom of the screen. My first thought as it flashed by was the above statement in today’s Breitbart story. If Obama had a son he’d look like THAT! Machines that want to replace us. I thought it more than ironic @ this mark that an Obama looking child/robot would desire to replace us.
~ JUST Sayin’…
Now back to your regular programming…
The death of Trayvon Martin is a tragedy–as was the death of a 6-year-old girl named Aliyah Shell , caught in the crossfire of gang violence over St. Patrick’s Day weekend in Chicago.
But Aliyah’s story received very little coverage, despite the event being more recent than the Martin tragedy, and despite the fact that it happened in President Barack Obama’s very own Chicago on a weekend when 49 people were shot and 10 others were killed.
No mention of Aliyah from the president. No public outpouring for a young mother who sat untangling her daughter’s hair as shots rang out. Nothing. And yet…
“If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon.”
Why? Why would the president weigh in on this specific case at this specific time?
It’s not about wrong or right. It’s not about justice. It’s not about Trayvon Martin.
“The despair is there; now it’s up to us to go in and rub raw the sores of discontent, galvanize them for radical social change.”
- Saul Alinsky
An interesting quote to consider, from the man who shaped the minds of those who shaped President Obama.
Now consider Obama’s former chief of staff Rahm Emanuel’s notorious statement: “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste.”
The meaning is the same. It is calculating and it is dangerous, part of a bigger picture–a multi-faceted war to divide America for the sole purpose of securing Obama’s re-election and subsequent radical social change.
Look at the contrived conflicts on the left wing’s political chessboard:
Move 1 Occupy Wall Street: the (self-appointed) 99% versus the 1%
Move 2 Contraceptive/abortifacient mandates: government versus religion
Move 3 Sandra Fluke: women versus conservatives (supposedly)
Move 4 Trayvon Martin: black versus “white” (so-called)
This is not complicated. President Obama is organizing. It’s that simple, and it’s straight out of the radical playbook:
“Once you organize people, they’ll keep advancing from issue to issue toward the ultimate objective: people power. We’ll not only give them a cause, we’ll make life goddamn exciting for them again — life instead of existence. We’ll turn them on…”
– Saul Alinsky
This is not about Trayvon Martin. This is about divide and conquer. Hope and Change has been replaced with Us vs. Them. This about pitting Americans against Americans.
The despair is there… so, what’s Move 5?
~ I suggest you memorize those 12 Rules my friends, it is HOW the Hunter will captured by the game!
Another story I’d like to share from Breitbart on Alinsky is how ‘Wisconsin Teachers’ Unions Trained by Well-Funded Alinsky Group’…
Breitbart.com has learned that teachers in Wisconsin have been attending routine training workshops with the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF), a radical organization founded by Saul Alinsky in 1940.
In a video produced by the MacIver Institute, organizers are seen arriving at a March 17 training session with the Wisconsin Education Association Council, Wisconsin’s state teachers union.
Raw footage taken outside of WEAC’s activist training conducted by the Industrial Areas Foundation in Madison, Wisconsin on March 17, 2012
These is the ideology trying to oust Scott Walker! This video is NOT to be missed. A liberal spewing what libs do best…
Teachers’ unions led last year’s protests in Wisconsin against collective bargaining reforms, and are now heavily involved in the effort to recall Republican Gov. Scott Walker. In addition to Alinskyite groups, the recall effort has attracted the support of radicals such as unrepentant domestic terrorist Bill Ayers.
In a little-known speech to Wisconsin teachers last September, Ayers spoke of the need for “a new kind of education for a new kind of citizens that can make a new kind of society” .
The training tactics of the IAF were detailed in a 1994 book by Jim Rooney called Organizing the South Bronx, which was praised by Ayers as on the back cover as “an outstanding book.”
~ NOTE the book’s description: For urban social-change activists, the strategies and movements inspired by the late Saul Alinsky are the stuff of legend.
The book details the IAF’s tactics as follows:
“IAF leaders are brazenly explicit about their appetite for power.” (p. 222)
“There is no nice way to bring about change. All change comes through pressure and threats.” (p. 226)
“Increase militancy by polarizing the situation, by identifying the enemy and by developing the situation in terms of good guys and bad guys.” (p. 89)
“It is absolutely essential to select a ripe target [a person] and build animosity toward him or her.” (p. 228)
While Alinsky only lived until 1972, IAF has continued to function. The organization boasts: “The living reality of the IAF is overwhelmingly present in the 59 IAF affiliates functioning in 21 states, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, and Australia.”
In the video from the MacIver Institute, the first person who approaches the camera is Michael Gecan, an IAF trainer who earns an annual salary of $117,500 plus benefits of $29,375 as of 2008, according to public filings.
According to the Open Society Foundations, Gecan currently oversees IAF organizations in New York City, Long Island, New Jersey and in the Cook, Lake, and DuPage counties in Illinois.
~ Note: this link may not work. the Soros Org. seems to be down, revamping, deleting, who knows?
The man in the car who adopts a confrontational approach is Ted Kraig, a Uniserve Director for WEAC, whose salary exceeds $100,000.
Kraig also accused the MacIver reporter of seeing teachers’ unions as “the wealthy and powerful in this country.” Osmulski could have pointed out that the average Milwaukee public school teacher’s salary exceeds $100,000.
According to a job posting by Dane County United, an affiliate with the IAF, a significant goal for the Wisconsin teachers’ unions is the recall of Gov. Walker.
As the Wisconsin recall approaches on June 5, we are likely to see some of Alinsky’s tactics used by the teachers’ unions and other leftwing groups determined to reverse his reforms and the democratic will of the people of Wisconsin.
And WE will be watching ~ JP