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Sunday, November 30, 2014

Obama's Cloward Piven Strategy Explained


Too many people fail to see what Obama is doing with his executive amnesty. In fact, everything he has done has been progress towards this one goal. To destroy capitalism and bankrupt America by over spending and overloading the welfare system. I wrote about his Cloward-Piven strategy over a year ago, but it is worth repeating. The very first thing you have to understand is that Obama hates America. He has done nothing for her good. All has been done to ruin her. It confounds me that people who live in this Nation and feed themselves from the richness it offers, also hate it with a venom that is only matched by middle eastern terrorists who wish to cut off our heads. The left has an abiding hatred for all things American and Christian.

But within America lies an abiding hope for the world. Hope. It is more than just a campaign slogan for some loony toon lefty lander. It is a feeling and a firm belief carried within a person's very soul. Often times it is hope that is the remaining vestige that keeps someone alive. Hope.

In 1966, a strategy was introduced at Columbia University by professors Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven. Cloward and Piven were inspired by the 1965 riots in the black district of Watts in Los Angeles. The riots erupted after police used batons to subdue an black man who had been suspected of driving drunk. Riots. The strategy of burning down your own neighborhood because you don't like what the cops are doing to you. I understand that things were very different for black people in the 60's then they are now, but I will never understand cutting off your own nose to spite your face. That gets you no where. And it shows the rest of the world what idiots you are.

Cloward and Piven published an article titled, "The Weight of the Poor: A Strategy to End Poverty" in a 1966 issue of The Nation. That year, The Nation sold over 30,000 reprints of the issue. Activists were enamored with the strategy and many were chomping at the bit to put it into effect. In the article, Cloward and Piven proclaimed that the ruling classes (the wealthy) were using welfare to weaken the poor and that by providing a social safety net, the rich were then able to douse the fires of rebellion. They claimed that poor people could only advance when the rest of society is afraid of them. In order to achieve the goal of collapsing capitalism, they worked first on collapsing the welfare state. 

They charged that activists should work to sabotage and destroy the welfare system which would then ignite a political and financial crisis that would shake up the entire nation. By collapsing the welfare state, poor people would rise in revolt and then "the rest of society" would be left with no choice but to accept their demands. Try taking the EBT cards away from career welfare recipients and see what violence ensues.

Early promoters of their strategy cited Saul Alinsky as their inspiration and his 1971 book, "Rules for Radicals". He wanted the capitalist rule book to be replaced with a socialist one. At that time, there were about 8 million people on welfare. Compare that to the 47 plus million on welfare today. I'd say we are seeing a definite overload. Now add the illegals who will be granted executive amnesty and you can see that the system can't handle the weight.

Cloward and Piven proposed a massive drive to recruit all poor people into the welfare system. They felt that even if only a fraction of potential welfare recipients were to demand their entitlement, it would bankrupt the system. Yes, you read that right. They called for people to demand their entitlement. I recall no where in our Constitution where it states anyone is entitled to government support for life. Their article called for "cadres of aggressive organizers (community organizers) to use demonstrations to create a climate of militancy". We have seen these types in recent months. The occupy movement, the Ferguson fiasco, The "new" black panther movement. The left continues to feed like a parasite on those who work hard to better their life. They don't like success unless it is their own. From Obamas "you didn't build that" to Hillary's "business and corporations don't create jobs", there is no denying what is going on. The problem stems from Grubers stupid Americans who refuse to become informed.

In the 1990's, Mayor Rudy Giuliani tried to expose Cloward and Piven's strategy. He was working on welfare reform and accused them by name and cited their 1966 manifesto as evidence that they had engaged in willful and deliberate economic sabotage. In a speech in 1997, Giuliani said, "This wasn't an accident. It wasn't an atmospheric thing, it wasn't supernatural. This is the result of policies and programs designed to have the maximum number of people get on welfare".

In 1982, the Cloward-Piven strategy founded a new "voting rights movement". The main organizations were Project Vote and Human Serve. Organizations just like ACORN. In fact, Project Vote IS an ACORN front group. These three organizations began lobbying for the "Motor-Voter Law" which Bill Clinton signed in 1993. What is the Motor-Voter Law? Basically, it made it "easier for all Americans to register to vote and to maintain their registration". By registering by mail to vote, people are not required to send any accompanying identification. This made it much easier to register under fictitious names or even register their pets for a voter ID and then submit absentee ballots under those fake identities. Motor-Voter equals Voter Fraud.

But in order to spread the word, these organizations needed massive funding. Enter uber socialist George Soros. His money has funded all of these organizations. Obama was exposed to Cloward-Piven when he "attended" Columbia University. Cloward taught at Columbia from 1954 until his death in 2001. Obama was also a community organizer for ACORN. He is working to bankrupt and destroy capitalism and replace it with socialism. A one world system where their are only two classes of people. The elite and then the rest of us. All poor. All dependent on a government that cares nothing for us. 

These are the reasons we have Obamacare. These are the reasons we have a flood of illegals pouring over our border. These are the reasons Obama stokes the fires of racism and divide by mentioning thugs like Trayvon Martin and Mike Brown. Obama cares nothing about our health. That was never the goal for Obamacare. The goal was to remove good quality healthcare and replace it with an over-bloated farce that forces people to purchase coverage that they do not need and do not want, all wrapped up in a package that no one can afford. And if you don't buy this so called healthcare then you still have to pay a fine. Either way, the coffers of the elite are waxed fat while Americans and the economy suffer.

Now think of all the other things Obama has done to further weaken our Nation and intimidate those who would speak out against his particular brand of tyranny. Benghazi? Americans were slaughtered and a cover up was deliberately manufactured so that the truth of his actions would not be exposed. Witnesses were killed and hidden, threatened if they came forward with the truth. The IRS? The deliberate targeting of Conservative groups and confidential information given to the White House, to Obama, about those who stand against him. NSA spying? Gathering and storing information on every single individual so that it can be used against anyone at anytime. Changed to suit their needs. You dare to speak out against Obama? Well, they have "proof" you are a terrorist and will take action against you.

The Cloward-Piven strategy relied on poor minorities to rise up. They never counted on Patriots doing the same in opposition. The left relies on fear and dependency and they cannot survive without it. They are the parasite on America the host. They will suck us dry if we allow them to. 

I urge you to share this. On Twitter and Facebook...where-ever. Share it. Re-blog it. Educate others on just what Cloward-Piven is. If you do not know your enemy, there is no way you can become victorious over them.   


 

2 comments:

  1. Absolutely, positively, obviously true. It's the one consistent direction he has never wavered from, and the only thing that makes sense.

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