Mobilizing Conservatives

Welcome to my backyard fence.  It’s time for us to have a chat.

Liberals and Democrats have been applying the Saul Alinsky principles of community organizing to their constituents.  Per Mr. Alinsky himself, the fundamental principle is

“Rules for Radicals”, Forward, p. xix

Any revolutionary change must be preceded by a passive, affirmative, non-challenging attitude toward change among the mass of our people.  They must feel so frustrated, so defeated, so lost, so futureless in the prevailing system that they are willing to let go of the past and chance the future.

This acceptance is the reformation essential to any revolution. To bring on this reformation requires that the organizer work inside the system

If we examine the themes of liberal campaigns and the behavior of Congress and the current administration, it is clear that the primary effort has been to utterly demoralize the American people, to turn us into pliable, unquestioning and unchallenging people.  We must be defeated.

Most Americans have not read Mr. Alinsky’s book, but President Obama has.  Secretary of State Clinton has.  Mr. Alinsky was the subject matter of Ms. Clinton’s senior thesis in college.

After decades of pandering to the lowest echelons of society, and working vigorously to keep those people oppressed and out of the working and middle classes, they have assembled legions of unemployed and undereducated people who are essentially professional victims.  These people will riot and commit violent and criminal activities at the drop of a hat.

Often our conservative leaders look on that hammer with a bit of envy

Conservatives cannot be so mobilized.  If anyone ordered you to protest and riot, you would ask why?  What is to be accomplished?  Are there any better ways to achieve the same ends?  By the time all of the questions and debates were addressed, the moment for a riot would have passed.

Conservatives are just not susceptible to that type of control.

The national Tea Party movement is a direct response of independent thinking people to the attempts to subordinate our free will.

We will have more protests.  But what else will we be doing?  Conservatives do not engage in protests easily or often.  We expect a result.  To date, there is no result, so he protests will escalate and new activities will be identified and implemented.

Like me, many, many conservatives have been writing to our Senators and Representatives to block the excessive and abusive spending.  Despite calls of 100:1 against the Stimulus package, Congress passed it.  So, we escalated our activities to the Tea Parties.

The spending has not been rescinded.  More protests will occur.  But that is not enough.  It is time to use the boycott.  What we have that the unemployed do not is income.  The way we spend our money is our hammer.

My first suggestion is to boycott all liberal products en masse, starting with the movies, television and news media.  Write to the advertisers and tell them you are boycotting their products and why.  Write to the studios and tell them you are boycotting their products and why.

Do you have recommended lists of liberal organizations that are supporting the excessive spending?  Do you have other recommendations of what else we can do to make our voices not only heard, but respected?


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