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...Saul Alinsky would be proud of his disciples..

 

Rules for radicals

 

Rule 12: Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” Cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy. Go after people and not institutions; people hurt faster than institutions. (This is cruel, but very effective. Direct, personalized criticism and ridicule works.) 

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 As Communist International General Secretary Georgi Dimitroff told the Seventh World Congress of the Comintern in 1935:

 

     “Comrades, you remember the ancient tale of the capture of Troy. Troy was inaccessible to the armies attacking her, thanks to her impregnable walls. And the attacking army, after suffering many sacrifices, was unable to achieve victory until, with the aid of the famous Trojan horse, it managed to penetrate to the very heart of the enemy’s camp.”

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...Saul Alinsky would be proud of his disciples..

 

Rules for radicals

 

Rule 12: Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” Cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy. Go after people and not institutions; people hurt faster than institutions. (This is cruel, but very effective. Direct, personalized criticism and ridicule works.) 

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 As Communist International General Secretary Georgi Dimitroff told the Seventh World Congress of the Comintern in 1935:

 

     “Comrades, you remember the ancient tale of the capture of Troy. Troy was inaccessible to the armies attacking her, thanks to her impregnable walls. And the attacking army, after suffering many sacrifices, was unable to achieve victory until, with the aid of the famous Trojan horse, it managed to penetrate to the very heart of the enemy’s camp.”

Why am I not on that list??? 😩

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...Saul Alinsky would be proud of his disciples..

 

Rules for radicals

 

Rule 12: Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” Cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy. Go after people and not institutions; people hurt faster than institutions. (This is cruel, but very effective. Direct, personalized criticism and ridicule works.) 

========================================================================================================

 

 

 As Communist International General Secretary Georgi Dimitroff told the Seventh World Congress of the Comintern in 1935:

 

     “Comrades, you remember the ancient tale of the capture of Troy. Troy was inaccessible to the armies attacking her, thanks to her impregnable walls. And the attacking army, after suffering many sacrifices, was unable to achieve victory until, with the aid of the famous Trojan horse, it managed to penetrate to the very heart of the enemy’s camp.”

 

The fun thing about a book of strategy is anyone can read it, and anyone can use it.

 

Like how Erwin Rommel wrote Infantry Attacks, and then George Patton read it and used it to beat him.

 

Since you've read Saul Alinsky, and can quote from it, why aren't you telling us how to beat Saul Alinsky's tactics? Wouldn't that actually help the country out? 

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On 8/13/2022 at 10:28 AM, Wacka said:

You've already injected a whole gallon into your brain. You're  brainwashed. 

 

I doubt you see the irony in posting this even as you stand on your head defending this idiot for the thousandth time.  You will just blindly believe the right's often insane explanations and not question anything.   

 

Maybe the former president doesn't go down for this but man am I glad he's no longer holding top secret info.  

 

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, Coffeesforclosers said:

 

The fun thing about a book of strategy is anyone can read it, and anyone can use it.

 

Like how Erwin Rommel wrote Infantry Attacks, and then George Patton read it and used it to beat him.

 

Since you've read Saul Alinsky, and can quote from it, why aren't you telling us how to beat Saul Alinsky's tactics? Wouldn't that actually help the country out? 

I'm not a scum bag democrat so I wouldn't know...not interested in communism or socialism

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It's great when Trump's attorney disagrees with Trump, but even better when multiple Trump statements conflict with other statements he's made.

Best of all is watching his cult members backing Trump's statements and then being forced to abandon their positions when Trump switches explanations.

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1 minute ago, Kemp said:

It's great when Trump's attorney disagrees with Trump, but even better when multiple Trump statements conflict with other statements he's made.

Best of all is watching his cult members backing Trump's statements and then being forced to abandon their positions when Trump switches explanations.


 

 

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17 minutes ago, Kemp said:

It's great when Trump's attorney disagrees with Trump, but even better when multiple Trump statements conflict with other statements he's made.

Best of all is watching his cult members backing Trump's statements and then being forced to abandon their positions when Trump switches explanations.

Sorry to burst your bubble but you're going to be disappointed when all of this results in no charges for anything.  The President can declassify anything he chooses.  Without permission or concurrence from anyone.  Believe it or not, archive clerks cannot veto the President's classification actions.  If he says they're de-classified, then they're declassified.  Even assuming some or all are not declassified he didn't pack the boxes himself.   And assuming some are not they would need to prove Trump knew they were not declassified but obstructed the reclamation of those documents.  There's no evidence of that released or discussed by DOJ to this point. 

And the DOJ/FBI has previously established a very high threshold of intent and purpose is required to seek any conviction.  One notable case when they let Hillary skate free and clear when it was obvious, she broke the law by hosting an unsecure and illegal home server set up that exposed State Department confidential and secret e-mails and electronic records to hackers.  Go back and review Comey's statement.  

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42 minutes ago, All_Pro_Bills said:

Sorry to burst your bubble but you're going to be disappointed when all of this results in no charges for anything.  The President can declassify anything he chooses.  Without permission or concurrence from anyone.  Believe it or not, archive clerks cannot veto the President's classification actions.  If he says they're de-classified, then they're declassified.  Even assuming some or all are not declassified he didn't pack the boxes himself.   And assuming some are not they would need to prove Trump knew they were not declassified but obstructed the reclamation of those documents.  There's no evidence of that released or discussed by DOJ to this point. 

And the DOJ/FBI has previously established a very high threshold of intent and purpose is required to seek any conviction.  One notable case when they let Hillary skate free and clear when it was obvious, she broke the law by hosting an unsecure and illegal home server set up that exposed State Department confidential and secret e-mails and electronic records to hackers.  Go back and review Comey's statement.  

 

All of the above is true of course but I disagree with your first point.

 

Trump will be indicted.

 

Despite all the above they absolutely will indict him. After six years of this nonsense how can it end otherwise? Precedent and constitution be damned.

 

Get ready for the constitutional crisis. Brought to you by the show me the man and ill show you the crime crew.

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1 hour ago, Kemp said:

It's great when Trump's attorney disagrees with Trump, but even better when multiple Trump statements conflict with other statements he's made.

Best of all is watching his cult members backing Trump's statements and then being forced to abandon their positions when Trump switches explanations.

Oh the cult members won't even acknowledge the absurdity.   It's hard to see anything when your head is up a con man's a$$.

 

How many have brought up Hillary and Hunter this week?  These people are lost.  

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53 minutes ago, DRsGhost said:

All of the above is true of course but I disagree with your first point.

 

Trump will be indicted.

 

Despite all the above they absolutely will indict him. After six years of this nonsense how can it end otherwise? Precedent and constitution be damned.

 

Get ready for the constitutional crisis. Brought to you by the show me the man and ill show you the crime crew.

 

I disagree with your disagreement.  But we'll see.  They can't help continuing to set their cultists up for disappointment.

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