Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Combatting Class Warfare - Sun Tzu vs. Alinsky




From 
Mark Tapson at frontpagemag.com






... As Sun Tzu advised in his renowned The Art of War,
If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.
Unless the right wants to keep succumbing in every battle, we must not only understand the ruthless nature of the enemy, but re-examine ourselves and commit to our fighting spirit. Power-lusting, Alinsky-trained, class war radicals like Borosage, Hickey, Warren, and Obama control the Democratic party today. They are “in it to win it” by any means necessary, and maddeningly, the Republican party seems woefully ill-prepared to defeat them. We’re still playing by Marquess of Queensbury rules, trying to take the high road, like the British troops of Revolutionary times, marching in bright red uniforms and tight formation down the center of the trail, forming one big fat target for the American guerrillas to pick them off from behind rocks and trees.

We are in a civil war for the soul and future of the nation. Progressives have been waging this war for a long time, and Obama’s re-election confirms that we are now officially no longer a country of two parties who are united in the goal of a greater and more prosperous America, just divided about how to achieve it; instead, America is divided between those who proudly want the American Experiment to succeed, and those who are hell-bent on perverting it and transforming our homeland into a Euro-socialist wasteland. Until the right acknowledges this and responds with the ferocity and vision of winners, the class warfare legions of the left will march toward total victory.


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