Jack Shearing 2/3/2017
Following a pathetic attempt by the Soros Group, the Clinton news network and Brainless Buzzfeed to portray Donald Trump as a Manchurian candidate they are forced come to peace with knowing nobody trusts them anymore. If you’re paying attention to your Facebook or Twitter you’ve no doubt seen memes that connect our president and our party leader to Vladimir Putin and questioning the legitimacy of our elections in a clear attempt to make his presidency appear illegitimate. Attacks like these are both baseless and nonsensical and it appears the left has figured out that nobody cares about any accusations that they make about Trump and his alleged ties to Putin.
Since then Steve Bannon, President Trump’s Chief Strategist and former Breitbart Editor in Chief has been targeted in a new leftist meme campaign. Time magazine has previewed the cover of their next issue which portrays Bannon as a “GREAT MANIPULATOR” in the vein of Othello’s Iago and The Emperor from Star Wars. This is a classic divide and conquer tactic, in the vein of the communist Saul Alinsky
This comes at the same time as leftist run media groups like those listed above start the hashtag #StopPresidentBannon which attempted to rally the leftist agitators around a single identifiable issue that also holds great sway among conservatives and centrists. No American wants to be ruled by a shadow government especially one run by a racist or national socialist sympathizer. Considering the complexity of the United States government and that the only president America has ever had that stood up to secret societies, the great John F. Kennedy, was shot in the back of the head I’d say this is a very serious concern and accusation. However, given that these claims have been proven false by a lack of any amount of evidence larger than mere conjecture and the testimony of two leaders in Zionist studies and politics Alan Dershowitz and Morton A. Klein, I would like to draw attention to the leftist strategies and methods of base destabilization.
Alinsky, who wrote the leftist disruption handbook titled Rules for Radicals has definitely inspired these attacks on Bannon’s character and Trump’s relationship with him. Particularly let’s look at Alinsky’s fifth, eighth and thirteenth rules and how the left has applied these tactics against a leader in the fight against globalism.
Rule 5: Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon
In the absence of facts and reason, the left reverts to name calling as a means to censor their enemies. They ridicule Trump for his appearance and imagined gullibility. If they can shout loud enough about how Bannon is racist or anti-Semite they will literally make it true if the real facts are suppressed or just failed to be represented.
Rule 8: “Keep the pressure on. Never let up.”
Don’t stop lying. Never stop doubling down. It’s a great piece of advice, in nature the bold and tenacious are favored and rewarded. In the war of ideas, the same concept applies. In a fight of ideas whoever quits first loses so if they leftists can just keep lying and keep doubling down on their faulty narratives conservatives may lose the desire to keep up the discourse and the left will have effectively won the fight.
Rule 13: “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.”
Alinsky’s final rule is a modern take on Sun Tzu’s ancient advice in The Art of War, “The control of a large force is the same principle as the control of a few men: it is merely a question of dividing up their numbers”. The left has now chosen Steve Bannon as their target and will stop not lying about him and his relationship with Trump.
The lies won’t ever stop either. This is a fight that will last an unforeseeably long time and we can’t give up after a victory like 2016 election. I recommend researching Alinsky and the rest of his Rules for Radicals. That way it will be easier to identify communist division strategies among the America loving Republican base. Or another way to fight back against the left just turn off the TV and turn on Liberty Dogs Radio. To quote the great Alex Jones, “There is a war on for your mind!”