HEY, MICHELLE: Here’s 7 Ways You & Barack Made America NOT Great
by Dan Perkins Clash Daily Guest Contributor
As I was driving home this past weekend, I heard on the radio about the breaking news of the killing of three policemen and the wounding of three others in Baton Rouge. A great fear came over me, I found myself asking, “Is this the beginning of the American Sunset?”, “is this the end of the great experiment started by our founding fathers?”
Are there signs that the American Empire is over? After doing some research, I found 8 ways to tell if it is over, and for the most part, they come from Saul Alinsky. He told us his theory and I have found the scary facts that support the idea of the end of America.
Many of you are probably asking who is Saul Alinsky and why is he so important? Saul David Alinsky died in June of 1972, and he was a community organizer and writer before Barack Obama. He is generally considered to be the founder of modern community organizing. His often quoted 1971 book “Rules for Radicals”, became the handbook for radicals including President Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Alinsky received much criticism, but also gained praise from many public figures for his work. He focused on improving the living conditions of poor communities across North America. In the 1950’s, he began turning his attention to improving conditions in the African-American ghettos, beginning with Chicago and later traveling to other ghettos in California, Michigan, New York City, and a dozen other “trouble spots”.
His ideas were adapted in the 1960’s by some U.S. college students including Bill and Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Hillary wrote a college thesis on Alinsky and his goals. In 1970, Time magazine wrote, “It is not too much to argue that American Democracy is being altered by Alinsky’s ideas.” So, what did he believe?
Alinsky believed that Hitler was the founder of universal healthcare; he believed his collective universal healthcare concept was “racial hygiene,” the elimination of certain “undesirable” segments of the society, as life not worth living. Under the appearance of reproductive freedom, black women are committing genocide on their own people.
According to the Guttmacher Institute “abortion rates among Black women are much higher than we thought: They are four times the rate of white women.”
The highest abortion rates among Black teens occur in Texas (78 per 1,000), New York (76 per 1,000), Delaware (51 per 1,000), Michigan (45 per 1,000), Ohio (35 per 1,000) and Rhode Island (30 per 1,000).
While Black women account for 13 percent of the female population, they accounted for 30 percent of all abortions. In New York City, the number of Black abortions exceeds the number of Black live births.
“Poor People are easier to control and will not fight back if the government is providing everything for them to live.” The Chart below shows what has been happening to the poverty level in America.
Increase the National Debt to an unsustainable level.” That way you are able to increase taxes to pay the interest on the debt, and this will produce more poverty by taking a larger share of household income.
Take away their guns
“Remove the ability of Americans to defend themselves from the Government. That way you are able to create a Police State – total local control.”
“The government takes control of every aspect of their lives (Food, Livestock, Housing, and Income).”
“Take control of what People read & listen to; take control of what Children learn in School.”
American test scores ranking along with International Test Scores:
Grade 4, 12th Grade 8, 28th Grade 12, 19th
Grade 4, 3rd Grade 8, 17th Grade 12, 16th
Jacqueline Martin’s research entitled “Its all about me” concludes that the decline of religion and the dramatic increase in secularism is the result of generations with a “me” focus, with little or no attention to the needs of others. She claims that the millennials with their “me focus” are now driving the decline.
Mark Hendrickson writing in Forbes magazine said:
“Those who believe in individual rights and liberty always have tended to reject the Marxian paradigm that pits the rich against the poor. Today, we hear all about this alleged class warfare. President Obama harps on income inequality, so does the IMF. French economist Thomas Piketty’s current bestseller, “Capital in the 21st Century,” echoes the same theme.
Well, I have bad news for both those on the right and those on the left: Yes, there is class warfare in America, but it’s not between the rich and poor, but between the political class and the rest of the citizenry who bear the brunt of political power and pay the price in lost liberty, property, and opportunity.”
Racial inclusiveness was a major chord in Obama’s speech to the 2004 Democratic National Convention, and on that note, he proclaimed:
“There is not a black America and a white America and Latino America and Asian America – there’s the United States of America.”
The Democratic Left funded along with George Soros MoveOn.Org, which built Black Lives Matter.
The Gallup Poll of March 2-6, 2016 reported:
In U.S., Concern About Crime Climbs to 15-Year High
Percentage of Americans who worry “A GREAT DEAL” about crime violence:
53% worry “a great deal” about crime, compared with 39% in 2014
44% are concerned about drug use, also up significantly since 2014
60% Say Race Relations Have Gotten Worse
A new Rasmussen Report national telephone survey finds that 60% of likely U.S. voters think race relations are worse since President Obama’s election nearly eight years ago. That’s an 18-point jump from 42% in late 2014 and up from 43% when we first asked the question in August 2013. Just nine percent (9%) believe race relations are better now, little changed from the previous survey, while 28% say they have stayed about the same.
The above numbers are already so overwhelming that they may not be reversible. If Hillary becomes President the balance scale of survival may well tilt towards destruction of America. More spending with no significant increase in revenue from taxes paid on increasing profits and wages may well rapidly accelerate the ultimate collapse of America.
Many Americans find it difficult to believe that we are on the brink of no longer being America. We will still be called America on the maps, but be assured we will no longer be America, at least the America I knew. As our financial resources diminish because we are taking care of more and more people from cradle to grave we become more vulnerable to foreign attacks both financially and physically.
I believe the reason for the high percentage of worry about crime and the awful race relations in America is because the people who are bound by the chains of dependency on the government feel constrained and they want more. Generations of Americans, depending on the government to survive have breed contempt for the government and those Americans who have more than they do. They have reached the point of desperation to break the chains of oppression.
Glenn Beck said recently, that America is a country of rugged individualism. I fear that Glenn may be living in the past, for the rugged I see in the future is the type of lives we may well face.
Dan Perkins is a currents events commentator who writes for: The Daily Caller.com, TheHill.com, thedailysurge.com, and Reganbaby.com. He is the author of the trilogy on radical Islamic nuclear terrorism against the United States called, The Brotherhood of the Red Nile. Dan can be heard on his weekly radio show on W4CYradio.com on Tuesdays at 8 PM Eastern