In Part 1, I discussed how the mainstream media, billionaire progressives such as George Soros, the White House and even the Occupy movement are in cahoots with one another.
In Part 2, I discussed the MSM's maneuvering to coronate their choice for the GOP presidential nomination, Soros' covert investments in the 2012 presidential election, and Agenda 21's relation to progressivism and the Occupy movement.
Today I will address not only exactly what the goal and meaning of progressives' "fundamentally transforming the United States of America" are but also what I believe we can do to stop that onslaught from overturning our republic.
What is critical to keep in mind is progressives' goal. It isn't merely to sustain a Democratic administration and majority or to control the different strata of society, including Main Street and Wall Street. It is about the total transformation of the United States.
Fellow culture warrior and New York Times best-seller Robert Ringer stated it well: "Whether it's the Occupy Wall Street protesters, rioters in Greece, public workers defacing the state capitol building in Madison, Wisconsin, or thugs tearing down the city of Oakland, brick by brick, they are all focused on the same objective: equal distribution of wealth and a classless society. They may not use the word communism, but communism is precisely what they yearn for."
The social psychology being used by the progressives and liberal media on many trusting and unsuspecting Americans (including many in the Occupy movement) is nothing short of another play taken straight from Saul Alinsky's playbook, "Rules for Radicals": "A Marxist begins with his prime truth that all evils are caused by the exploitation of the proletariat by the capitalists. From this he logically proceeds to the revolution to end capitalism, then into the third stage of reorganization into a new social order or the dictatorship of the proletariat, and finally the last stage -- the political paradise of communism."
Marxist philosopher Antonio Gramsci was famous for his idea of cultural hegemony. Wikipedia defines it as a "philosophic and sociological theory ... that a culturally diverse society can be dominated (ruled) by one social class, by manipulating the societal culture (beliefs, explanations, perceptions, values) so that its ruling-class worldview is imposed as the societal norm, which then is perceived as a universally valid ideology and status quo beneficial to all of society, whilst benefiting only the ruling class."