With Socialism Comes Violence – Part 2

In this Podcast Report series Rex will talk about Violence in the News, and violence called for against Trump and his supporters. He will go into the history of Socialism’s call for violence by looking at some of it’s most well known leaders. He will cover the history of Antifa which is the communist version of Nazism, Saul Alinsky who wrote Rules for Radicals and was seen as a mentor for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, and he will talk about Bill Ayers, the leader of the Weather Underground Terrorist group. To listen, click on the link below. Episode 24


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Sin drives violence. Understand that there are times when violence should be applied. If someone is trying to break into your house to do you or your family harm then violence is called for to stop evil. However, the violence perpetrated by Socialism is evil and against God’s design.

Violence both Organic and Instigated

  1. Lenin wrote in “State and Revolution” (1917): “The dictatorship of the proletariat will produce a series of restrictions of liberty in the case of the … capitalists. We must crush them … Their resistance must be broken by force. … There must also be violence, and there cannot be liberty or democracy.” [1]
  2. Stalin was Lenin’s General Secretary and “Under his regime, detractors were deported or imprisoned in labor camps, and, as part of the Great Purge, 1 million people were executed under Stalin’s orders.”[2]
  3. Under Chairman Mao Zedong’s revolution we see violence carried out as part of his takeover. “The movement was fundamentally about elite politics, as Mao tried to reassert control by setting radical youths against the Communist Party hierarchy. But it had widespread consequences at all levels of society. Young people battled Mao’s perceived enemies, and one another, as Red Guards, before being sent to the countryside in the later stages of the Cultural Revolution. Intellectuals, people deemed “class enemies” and those with ties to the West or the former Nationalist government were persecuted. Many officials were purged. Some, like the future leader Deng Xiaoping, were eventually rehabilitated. Others were killed, committed suicide or were left permanently scarred….”[3]
  4. Also See Rand Paul’s book “The Case Against Socialism” – Rand Paul Points out “…that in the upcoming book they note varying levels of socialism. In a small quantity, “it’s just sort of I threaten you with a fine but there’s no real followup,” Sen. Paul explained—but he said when the government seeks to take away private property by force, that is when violence ensues:

“And so the ultimate conclusion of socialism where you really take people’s property, people do resist and it becomes violent and that’s when you have the Gulag,” Paul said, pointing to history: “Whether it was Stalin, or Hitler, or Mao, Pol Pot, Maduro or Chavez, Castro—doesn’t seem to be that there is a benign socialism out there.”[4]

  • Georges Sorel [1847–1922] who would have a great effect on the application of Marxist thought in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Ludwig Von Mises notes, “Sorel belonged psychologically to the group of people who dream of action but never act; he didn’t fight. As a writer, however, Sorel was very aggressive. He praised cruelty and deplored the fact that cruelty is more and more disappearing from our life… Sorel asked of the labor unions a new tactic, action directe—attack, destroy, sabotage….It was the idea of French Syndicalism [ed note: Syndicalism is another word for Live Revolution] that influenced the most important movement of the twentieth century. Lenin, Mussolini, and Hitler were all influenced by Sorel, by the idea of action, by the idea not to talk but to kill.”[5]
  • It’s no wonder when people like Hillary Clinton say that half of Trump supporters could be put in the basket of Deplorables.
  • Hollywood is marketing a film originally titled “Red State vs. Blue State” but now called “The Hunt” where Social Elites/Blue State Democrats literally hunt deplorable Trump supporters for sport.
  • A number of Hollywood actors and actresses have acted out or called for Trumps assassination and then stand back and point the finger at Trump claiming him to be a racist and the one pushing white nationalist rhetoric.
  • Obama’s former Attorney General Loretta Lynch called for blood in the streets. She did this in a video for the Senate Democrats.[6] At what point does the average American wake up and realize that the next stage of the revolution is more violence until control is wrested from anyone with a conservative bone in their body and then the real slavery will begin. Just look at Britain where they took their guns away and police don’t even typically carry guns. One cop over there was just stabbed multiple times with a knife and he fortunately had a taser with him, which is also uncommon, with which he was able to stop the attacker. In Britain they are jailing people for posts that they are putting on social media.

Rules for Radicals – Saul Alinsky (1909-1972)

  1. Alinsky, the ultimate Community Organizer, would go on to be revered by two of the most well-known community organizers of our time, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama. Alinsky actually offered Clinton a job at one point but she declined. Obama would sit under Alinskyites to learn their organizing ways and then went on to instruct others in the ways of Alinsky.
  2. Saul Alinsky was as stable as water. Basically, Alinsky did what Alinsky felt like doing and then showed everyone else how to watch out for number one. Daniel Flynn notes that his “Flexibility to changing tactics, rather than rigid adherence to principle, was the Alinskyite hallmark of successful activism.”[7]
  3. In true socialistic and totalitarian fashion, in Rules for Radicals, Alinsky would say ““The organizer should know and accept that the right reason is only introduced as a moral rationalization after the right end has been achieved, although it may have been achieved for the wrong reasons to achieve the right goals, …He should be able, with skill and calculation, to use irrationality in his attempts to progress toward a rational world.”[8] Everyone can then assume that what Alinsky meant by the “right reason” and the “right goals” were simply whatever Alinsky wanted them to be. There could be no absolute moral foundation for this kind of thinking.
  4. Daniel Flynn continues, “These “wrong reasons” included violence. “The subject was too touchy and to bring it up was to invite misquotation and distortion,” von Hoffman writes in his biography. “In private, though, he would say that violence has its uses.” It did as the head of a CIO goon squad. And Alinsky later boasted of his Depression-era involvement with Chicago mobsters. Enforcer “[Frank] Nitti took me under his wing,” he told Playboy shortly before his 1972 death. “I called him the Professor and I became his student. Nitti’s boys took me everywhere, showed me all the mob’s operations, from gin mills and whorehouses and bookie joints to the legitimate businesses they were beginning to take over. Within a few months, I got to know the workings of the Capone mob inside out.” He coolly crowed about detached discussions of mafia hits with Nitti, telling Hugh Hefner’s magazine, “I learned a hell of a lot about the uses and abuses of power from the mob, lessons that stood me in good stead later on, when I was organizing.”[9]
  5. He was part Communist without ever officially joining the party, part gangster without ever officially joining the mafia.
  6. In a C-SPAN debate with Saul Alinsky’s son at Freedom Fest 2017, Dinesh D’Souza pointed out that Saul Alinsky learned his dirty tactics by hanging out with the mob. In a series of interviews with Playboy and Harpers Magazine in 1971 and 1972 – Alinsky said “from a very young age I tried to figure out how I could get stuff for free without having to work for it.” D’Souza goes on to explain how Alinsky developed a scam at the University of Chicago to eat in dining halls without paying. He then held seminars around the university to instruct other students in how they could also get food without paying for it. Thus building his early attempts at community organizing. D’Souza goes on to explain that later in life when Alinsky got involved with organized crime he liked how they were able to shake people down for money and things. He continued to utilize this model as he laid out his Rules for Radicals. You can also watch D’Souza’s documentary called Death of a Nation for this information.
  7. Alinsky’s tactics can be seen today utilized by Obama in forcing Obamacare onto the nation. He and Hillary proceeded to shakedown the insurance companies and the American people in order to gain governmental power over that part of the economy.

[1] https://amerisearch.net/index.php?date=07-27

[2] https://www.history.com/author/history

[3] https://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/15/world/asia/china-cultural-revolution-explainer.html

[4] https://townhall.com/tipsheet/alexnitzberg/2019/05/28/sen-rand-paul-violence-is-inherent-to-socialism-n2546992

[5] https://mises.org/wire/nationalism-socialism-and-violent-revolution

[6] https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2017/03/07/loretta_lynch_on_trump_protests_people_have_marched_bled_and_died_to_make_a_difference.html

[7] Daniel Flynn. Union Gangsters: Saul Alinsky https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/116194/union-gangsters-saul-alinsky-daniel-flynn

[8] Excerpt from Rules for Radicals: The Qualities of An Organizer.  https://www.panarchy.org/alinsky/organizer.html

[9] Flynn

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