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Alinsky 101: Left Accuses Conservatives of Being Violent Against Themselves in Michigan

tuttletacoma Wrote: Dec 12, 2012 9:48 AM
I remember visiting my brother who was a mindless member of the teamsters and later a unionized city worker he would invite his pals over and they would sit around whining about how the company and the city was screwing them and all of them were bragging how they stole everything they could get their hands on, cuz they believed they were getting even with the bosses that exploited them When I asked if they were worried about getting caught and facing prosecution, they looked at me like I was the enemy and replied, the union would protect them
Stan306 Wrote: Dec 12, 2012 9:57 AM
Ditto - Had a similar experience with two guys I used to think were friends, but once they joined the union... I just couldn't deal with the things they would say and do...

Stealing materials from a job site to lying on their time cards - and it all was justified because they were getting taken advantage of by their bosses... and yes - the union would protect them.
JasonCharleston Wrote: Dec 12, 2012 9:54 AM

Most 3rd world tactics are based on getting their members to do the most immoral things because its the best way to brainwash a member. The more you can get some one to do something immoral and the bigger the immorally the easier it is to control them.

Radical Liberalism is based on this and Ann Coulter Demonic and Gustav LeBonn's book touches on this, but doesn't make the connection completely.

Yesterday we brought you news of union members in Michigan becoming violent against conservatives. First, there was the tearing down of a large Americans for Prosperity tent while women and elderly people were inside and then conservative activist Steven Crowder was punched in the face four times and threatened with murder. Now, straight out the Saul Alinsky playbook, the Left, the Teamsters Union and MSNBC's Ed Schultz are accusing AFP of tearing down their own tent down and are accusing Crowder of provoking union workers to attack him. The Teamsters have gone so far as saying the protest...