“Never let a crisis go to waste” – Saul Alinsky
From the Russian probe to the presidential impeachment, Ukraine to the Muller report, one crisis seems to immediately follow the last. Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, which nearly crippled the US economy, businesses anxiously await their reopening. Many businesses walk a tightrope of economic collapse while their employees also bare the brunt. Meanwhile, the Trump administration is blindsided by the progressive left in its numerous failed attempts to diminish his presidencies.
Former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is quoted as saying “Never let a crisis go to waste,” which he quoted from author Saul Alinsky, who wrote Rules for Radicals.
Former first lady Hillary Clinton was enamored with Alinsky as she wrote her college thesis on the book Rules for Radicals. Clinton never let an opportunity pass, as her life played out one crisis after another.
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Cities like Chicago have adopted an Alinsky-style mentality of crisis in dis-management by pitting race against government and poverty against the established republic. It has resulted in a mob-style lynching of the Constitution and the dismantling of the family, as well as a perverting of the educational system and discrediting of Christian values.
Alinsky followers have made significant strides in recent years, co-opting their agenda with radical organizations like Black Lives Matter, Antifa, and the Muslim Brotherhood. These groups live in the shadows behind masks, as they loot in the dark then cry in the light and beg in the daytime for recognition. They prey on the weak and intimidate their fertile minds. Alinsky worshipers are the cowards of yesterday and the villains are identified as the Progressives today.
Since 1993, America has been in the crosshairs of a scripted narrative of us versus them. A continuous reliving of American history, this is a mirage or a fata morgana that creates a crisis of oppression that refuses to rest peacefully in the history books.
Martin Luther King Jr. was quoted as saying, “I look to a day when people will not be judged by the colour of their skin, but by the content of their character,” supporting the Constitution’s 14th amendment that all men are created equal.
Progressives blurred the lines of equality and color. They use color as a four-letter word like salt on an open wound. The wound never heals, and the “crisis never goes to waste.”
Progressives create non-profits and ask for government grants, they live within the structure of big government while pushing a narrative of inclusion and social equity by creating a crisis of a three-tiered system: The rich, the poor and the colored. Progressives never see color as being equal under the law. They see law unequal under color.
During the COVID-19 crisis, a black male is allegedly killed by a white officer in Minneapolis. A mob-style mentality of us versus them arose out of the midst of chaos. From protests to looting, looting to destruction, from destruction to anarchy: A pure form of democracy of mob rules. The mentality arose of we first convict then we will sort the details out later.
Minneapolis is a city of progressives and is known for its oppression by using color to advance social equity programs. Now, the mayor, along with the governor, has set a worldwide stage of color vs them, a social equity program Tim Waltz had put into play long before the chaos broke out.
It’s pure irony that Governor Walz releases prisoners during the COVID-19 pandemic so to ward off further spread of the coronavirus, only to deal with a crisis of criminality of the destruction of hundreds of businesses, looted or burned during the protest and endangering the lives of the very people he was supposed to protect.
The newly elected governor of the state of Minnesota appears like a bull in the china shop but relies on the very people who put him in office. The apple does not fall far from the tree.
Walz created a transition team of 29 to push a social agenda forward, a crisis created from nothing but ready for an opportunity of expediency, a crisis of social injustice.
Governor Walz was not prepared for civil unrest, but it was the crisis for which he and the progressive movement had been waiting: A toolbox of social injustice that will awaken the non-profits and the federal money into action.
People of all races occupied the streets to protest and loot. Yet, it was Governor Walz and other leaders who blamed white supremacy for the organized civil unrest, a diversionary tactic of the progressive left to racially divide us by creating an imaginary boogie man, who never lets a “crisis go to waste.”
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