Collapse the system
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Those in government have sold us out. Period. They are no longer our government. They are our Rulers. The State. Party means nothing. They have all sold us out for money, power, and privilege. Consent of the governed no longer matters to them. But We, the People, can fight back.
Much was said during the 2008 election about the hero of Obama and his co-conspirators, radical Marxist, Saul Alinsky. Cloward and Piven were discussed, too. Their radical strategy and tactics were laid out so we could see how Obama and his cronies had, and were, using them to weaken the capitalist state and bring about its collapse. Unfortunately, nowhere near enough conservatives paid attention. Maybe they will this time.
The bottom line is this: the tactics will bring down any state, capitalist or not. Let me repeat: the tactics will bring down any state, capitalist or not.
Alinsky, Cloward, and Piven recommended, for instance, overloading the system, causing it to become clogged to the point of collapse. Obama now is in charge of the system, and wants us all to be part of it. Therefore – and this is where the fun begins – let us co-operate with them. Let us listen to the wisdom of Alinsky, Cloward, and Piven and start applying for every government benefit and program that exists. It makes no difference if you are totally unqualified. In fact, that is even better. Every application, every form incorrectly filled out, will tie up the time of some bureaucrat, cost money, and clog the system. If enough of us do it, the system will indeed cease to function. Even something as simple as waiting until the last minute on April 15 to file your taxes will clog the system and make them spend welfare money on the IRS.
I do not suggest that we lie on the forms. Au contraire, be truthful, but not particularly careful. “Forget” to fill in vital information necessary for them to determine if we are eligible. Try writing left-handed. Make spelling mistakes. Submit duplicate and/or multiple applications. All of this will make the job of approving or disapproving the applications very slow and difficult. And if the application is turned down, appeal it. Over and over.
This can be done with dozens of agencies and their “benefits programs.” Most of them are so complex and vague in their descriptions that one can easily claim ignorance or misunderstanding if someone gets their panties up their crack. Aren’t these programs supposed to benefit everyone? Isn’t that what’s “fair?”
Speaking of twisting their noses, there is a new petition on the White House website that calls for the entire administration to resign, en masse, for incompetence, violating their oaths of office, and committing or being complicit in “high crimes and misdemeanors?” I strongly urge everyone to sign it. Send the Bozos a message, and piss ‘em off at the same time!
What I am suggesting here is that we take their methods and turn them against them. Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals is available online, for free, as are Cloward and Piven’s stuff. Check it out. Then, get creative. And remember what an old friend of mine named Happy Harold said to me, “Life, and therefore politics, is like sex. If you’re not having fun with it, you’re doing it wrong”! Viva Dick Tuck!