Obama Success!!! With Cloward-Pliven that is…..
My sweet little mama won’t say anything bad about ANYBODY! As harsh as she gets is, “They have problems”; said forlornly, head hung as if in shame for them VICARIOUSLY. Well, my mom will be happy to know that I have something to report about Obama that he’s done well!
I should have been nice the whole time, but I’m sort of passionate about my country, and what with the fact the country is headed down the road to “H” “E” double-toothpicks and all…
Obama has done an OUTSTANDING job implementing the “Cloward Pliven” strategy! What, pray tell (sorry atheists) is the “Cloward Pliven strategy”.
Well, if you can wrap you head around the fact that Obama DOES NOT have the country’s best interest at heart….at least the country you and I grew up in, then you might be able to grasp the concept.
In a nutshell…..These two nutty Socialist professors, Cloward and Pliven; husband and wife, (but as you know, feminists are loathe to taking their husband’s surname) came up with it. It is a Saul Alinsky tactic designed to collapse a capitalist society by encouraging high-risk “politically correct” (helllooooo Dodd/Frank) loans, as well as overwhelming the economy with an ever-growing welfare and entitlement state.
There is a fabulous article I found on the subject written in OCTOBER 2008!!!! What is the significance of the date? Well, Obama wasn’t the President then, so there could be no meany-pants-racist intent in its posting, now could there? The article purports that our country began heading down this road in about 1969 thanks to ACORN in large part.
Again, this article was published on October 15th 2008 by Washington Times’ Chandler in 2008, “ragging” on the post 911(terrorism from the OUTSIDE) Bush economy:
The 2008 financial crisis has all of the earmarks of a Cloward-Pliven strategy assault against the capitalist system. Stanley Kurtz of the Ethics and Public Policy Center recently explained that “community organizers” (1) “intimidate banks into making high risk loans to customers with poor credit,” (2) “occupy private offices, chant inside bank lobbies, and confront executives at their homes,” and, through these thuggish tactics, (3) compel “financial institutions to direct hundreds of millions dollars in mortgages to low-credit customers.” “In other words,” Mr. Kurtz explained during a presentation at the Hudson Institute’s Bradley Center for Philanthropy and Civic Renewal, “community organizers help to undermine America’s economy by pushing the banking system into a sink-hole of bad loans.”
Cloward and Pliven in their own words: (Cloward and Pliven p.510)
The ultimate objective of this strategy—to wipe out poverty by establishing a guaranteed annual income—will be questioned by some. Because the ideal of individual social and economic mobility has deep roots, even activists seem reluctant to call for national programs to eliminate poverty by the outright redistribution of income.
If you were unfamiliar with the term “Cloward and Pliven” before reading this article I strongly suggest watching the following video at least as a place to start: