by Al Benson Jr.
Like all false cults and religions, the First Church of Orthodox Leftism has its pseudo litanies and commandments, guaranteed to lead its followers away from the truths of Holy Scripture and right into the Devil’s political playpen.
They may not all come out and publish these like Saul Alinsky did with his Rules For Radicals, but they are all pretty much along these same lines. The “god” of those on the Orthodox Left is the false god of revolution– whether in his current manifestation he is known as Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot or George.
The god of revolution has as his/her/its agenda the complete destruction of the last vestiges of a Western Civilization that was built on the Christian faith.They used to call it Christendom, but since many of those who would currently destroy it inhabit churches, I’m not sure what to call it anymore.
However, the Orthodox Left parodies the Christian Church. We have our God-given Ten Commandments. Karl Marx, in the Communist Manifesto, which he penned for the League of the Just (Illuminati) gave us a list of ten things the Marxists needed to do to take over a country. Interestingly, one of those was to control the education system–and they have worked that one to perfection in this country. It remains to be seen if Mr. Trump;s new Education Secretary will be able to make any difference there. In early February she was slated to attend a meeting at a school where protesters refused to let her into the building. Mrs. DeVos is going to find out she has a real gem with the Department of Education, which we never should have had to begin with. Her nightmares are only beginning.
But the fact the protesters barred her way into a public school (I’m told she did eventually get in) shows that those who adhere to the commandments of the false god of the Left are bent on tearing down everything that is still left. They want NO changes in the public school Leviathan.
There was an informative article on http://needtoknow.news for February 4-10, written by G. Edward Griffin in which Mr. Griffin noted: “This week’s news is dominated, once again, with reports of violent demonstrations against the Trump administration. We have seen violent demonstrations before, but something new has been added that is profoundly significant. It is the rhetoric of civil war and revolution. The organizations spouting civil-war rhetoric are following a playbook taken from the writings of Vladimir Lenin, founder of the Communist Party. It is a rhetoric that demonizes all enemies as ‘capitalist exploiters’ (in America, where there is still a latent affinity for capitalism. the word ‘Fascism’ is preferred.) and calls for an overthrow of the government. Followers are not supposed to think about what would replace it…” And that mentality (or lack thereof) is a holdover from the 60s and 70s. At that time, I talked to some of those kids that were so hellbent on revolution and asked them what, if they were successful, they would replace the current system with. They didn’t have a clue, anymore than these “useful idiots” that are protesting today do. But you can bet the farm that those people who get them out there to protest do have a clue, and if the kids really knew what it was all about, and had any sense, they’d pack it in and go home.
Mr. Griffin notes, and accurately so,that most average people don’t figure a batch of rag-tag kids with signs and vulgar language, will make any difference. However, in this they are in error. Mr. Griffin observes that “Major political changes always are achieved by minorities. All revolutions are the work of less than three percent of the population, and the American Revolution was no exception. It’s not how many people there are but how well organized they are and where they are. If the three percenters are influential in a nation’s power centers (political parties, government agencies, courts, military, schools, activist groups, labor unions, etc. then the odds are in their favor. The masses will follow the winners.”
What we are seeing right now in the streets of America is a classic example of the pressure from above and pressure from below technique. And the two work together–hand in glove, if you will. On the one hand you have the masses in the streets trying to destabilize the new Trump administration. They are on the bottom–the “below” half of the equation. And then, on top, you have agents in the government (Trump is far from getting rid of all the rotten apples yet) who are just waiting for an excuse to introduce more draconian regulations that will move the country even closer to Lenin’s vision for all countries. These are the “pressure from above” part of the equation.
If you want a good example of how this all works together, read the book The Strawberry Statement by James Simon Kunen, particularly pages 130-131. That will explain how they do it–and they do it the same way now as they did in 1968, because it always works!
And the false god of the Orthodox Leftists still remains the god of (Marxist) revolution!