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Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were both Saul Alinsky disciples!










Saul Alinsky

and the Lessons

He Taught Bill

and Hillary

By Slyfox

March 23rd, 2000


Saul Alinsky wrote two

books outlining his

organizational principles

and strategies:

Reveille for Radicals (1946)

and Rules for Radicals (1971).





Rules for Radicals opens

with a quote about Lucifer,

written by Saul Alinsky:

“Lest we forget at least

an over-the-shoulder

acknowledgment to

the very first radical:

from all our legends,


and history

(and who is to know where

mythology leaves off

and history begins —

or which is which),

the first radical known

to man who rebelled against

the establishment and did

it so effectively that he at

least won his own kingdom

— Lucifer.”

In Rules for Radicals,

Alinsky says:

“Here I propose to present

an arrangement of certain

facts and general concepts

of change,

a step toward a science

of revolution.”

He builds on the tactical

principles of Machiavelli:

“The Prince was written

by Machiavelli for the Haves

on how to hold power.

Rules for Radicals is written

for the Have-nots on how

to take it away.”

Rules for Radicals is

concerned with the

acquisition of power:

“my aim here is to suggest

how to organize for power:

how to get it and

how to use it.”

This is not to be done with

assistance to the poor,

nor even by organizing the

poor to demand assistance:

“…Even if all the low-income

parts of our population were

organized …

it would not be powerful

enough to get significant,

basic, needed changes.”

Alinsky advises the organizer

to target the middle class,

rather than the poor:

“Organization for action

will now and in the decade

ahead center upon America’s

white middle class.

That is where the power is.”

Alinsky is interested in the

middle class solely for

its usefulness:

“Our rebels have

contemptuously rejected

the values and the way of

life of the middle class.

They have stigmatized

it as materialistic,







and corrupt.

They are right;

but we must begin from

where we are if we are

to build power for change,

and the power and the

people are in the

middle class majority.”

To accomplish this,

Alinsky writes that the

organizer must

“begin to dissect and

examine that way of life

[the middle class lifestyle]

… He will know that

‘square’ is no longer to be

dismissed as such —

instead his own approach

must be ‘square’ enough

to get the action started.”




Rules for Radicals defends

belief that the end

justifies the means:

“to say that corrupt the ends,”

writes Alinsky,

“is to believe in the

immaculate conception of

ends and principles …

the practical revolutionary

will understand …

that in action,

one does not always enjoy

the luxury of a decision that

is consistent both with

one’s individual conscience

and the good of mankind.”


Alinsky provides eleven

rules of the ethics of

means and ends.

They are morally relativistic:

“The practical revolutionary

will understand Goethe’s

‘conscience is the virtue

of observers and not of

agents of action’;

in action, one does not

always enjoy the luxury

of a decision that is

consistent both with

one’s individual conscience

and the good of mankind.”

“The second rule of the

ethics of the means and

ends is that the judgment

of the ethics of means is

dependent on the political

position of those sitting

in judgment.”

Alinsky elaborates his meaning

on this point, saying that if

you were a member of the

underground Resistance,

“… then you adopted the

means of assassination,


property destruction,

the bombing of

tunnels and trains,


and the willingness to

sacrifice innocent hostages

to the end of defeating

the Nazi’s.

Those who opposed the

Nazi’s conquerors regarded

the Resistance as a secret

army of selfless,

patriotic idealists ….”

Rules for Radicals is

therefore concerned

with how to win.

“…In such a conflict,

neither protagonist is

concerned with any value

except victory.”

“The third rule of the

ethics of means and ends

is that in war the ends

justifies almost any means.”

“There can be no such thing

as a successful traitor,

for if one succeeds,

he becomes a founding father.”

Rules for Radicals teaches

the organizer that he must

give a moral appearance

(as opposed to

behaving morally):

“All effective action requires

the passport of morality.”

The tenth rule of the

ethics of means and ends


“that you do what you

can with what you have

and clothe it with

moral arguments …

Moral rationalization

is indispensable at all

times of action whether

to justify the selection

or the use of ends or means.”

Rules for Radicals provides

the organizer with a tactical

style for community organization

that assumes an adversarial

relationship between groups

of people in which one

either dominates or

is dominated.




“The first rule of

power tactics is:

power is not only what

you have but what the

enemy thinks you have.”

“Wherever possible go

outside the experience

of the enemy.

Here you want to

cause confusion,


and retreat.”

“Make the enemy live up

to their own book of rules.

You can kill them with this.

They can no more obey their

own rules than the Christian

church can live up

to Christianity.”

Ridicule is man’s

most potent weapon.

It is almost impossible

to counterattack ridicule.


it infuriates the opposition,

who then react

to your advantage.”

“The threat is generally

more terrifying than

the thing itself.”

“In a fight almost

anything goes.

It almost reaches the

point where you stop

to apologize if a chance

blow lands above the belt.”

“Pick the target,

freeze it,

personalize it,

and polarize it.”

One of the criteria for

picking the target is the

target’s vulnerability …

the other important point

in the choosing of a

target is that it must be

a personification,

not something general

and abstract.”

“The enemy properly

goaded and guided in

his reaction will be your

major strength.”

Saul Alinsky urged the

active and deliberate

“conscious-raising” of

people through the technique

of “popular education.”

Popular education is a

method by which an

organizer leads people to

a class-based interpretation

of their grievances,

and to accept the

organizer’s systemic

solutions to address

those grievances.

“Through the People’s

Organization these groups

[of citizens] discover that

what they considered

primarily their individual

problem is also the

problem of others,

and furthermore the only

hope for solving an issue

of titanic proportions is

by pooling all their

efforts and strengths.

That appreciation and

conclusion is an

educational process.”

Rules for Radicals

stresses organizational


“The ego of the organizer

is stronger and more

monumental than the

ego of the leader.

The organizer is in a

true sense reaching for

the highest level for

which a man can reach —

to create,

to be a ‘great creator’,

to play God.”

Alinsky considered Hillary

a terrific “organizer” and

wanted her to become

his protege.

She declined.

She had bigger

fish to fry.

She learned her

lessons well.

She and Bill have employed

Alinsky’s tactics probably

better than anyone else.






Rush Accuses

Of Utilizing Tactics of

Marxist Saul Alinsky


January 24th, 2009
(All words in GREEN are links)

Barack Obama was hired

he worked as a community organizer.

Rush Limbaugh responded to

Barack Obama’s partisan attack
from yesterday.

Byron York reported:

To make the argument about me instead of his plan makes sense from his perspective.

Obama’s plan would buy votes for the Democrat Party, in the same way FDR’s New Deal established majority power for 50 years of Democrat rule,

and it would also simultaneously seriously damage any hope of future tax cuts.

It would allow a majority of American voters to guarantee no taxes for themselves going forward.

It would burden the private sector and put the public sector in permanent and firm control of the economy.

Put simply, I believe his stimulus is aimed at re-establishing “eternal” power for the Democrat Party rather than stimulating the economy because anyone with a brain knows this is NOT how you stimulate the economy.

If I can be made to serve as a distraction, then there is that much less time debating the merits of this TRILLION dollar debacle.

…If I can be made to serve as a distraction,

then there is that much less time debating the merits of the trillion dollar debacle.

One more thing, Byron.

Your publication and website

have documented Obama’s ties

to the teachings of

Saul Alinksy

while he was community

organizing in Chicago.

Here is Rule 13

of Alinksy’s Rules

for Radicals:

Pick the target,

freeze it, personalize it,

and polarize it.”

Rule 13 also worked well for democrats

in dealing with Sarah Palin this past year.

Brian Maloney at The Radio Equalizer

explains Obama’s El Rushbo problem:

Beyond the absurdity of a Democrat barking orders at his political opposition,

he’s especially foolish to air his fear of Limbaugh and talk radio in a public setting.

Now, what was long suspected by conservatives has been verified by the man himself.

The timing was no coincidence:

after a rocky first week in office,

the Obamists are also faced with a

resurgent Fox News Channel,

where ratings have been climbing

since the moment he took office.

In particular, Hannity’s Limbaugh interview,

which took place in the latter’s Florida studios,

scored fantastic audience figures for the former’s network. In overall viewers,

No wonder the Barack is singling out

Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity.


Melanie Phillips has more on
Obama’s Alinsky tactics at
The Spectator today:

But as I pointed out here,

such use of community organisation also follows to the letter the template for social revolution laid down by Saul Alinsky,

the Marxist ideologue and activist who set out in his book Rules for Radicals how capitalism would be overthrown by the mobilisation of the masses and the whipping up of their discontent.

The strategy revolved around creating apparently moderate local organisations that would be manipulated by community organisers —

effectively deniable political agitators —

to foment grievance and dissent. Alinsky’s thinking permeates ACORN and other community groups that in the past were associated with or funded by Obama,

and which push an agenda that is as coercive and corrupt as it is seditious.

America’s First Community Organiser promised ACORN during his campaign that within his first 100 days in office he would invite them in to discuss how they could help him change America.

It has started already.





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