rik wrote:These anti-Americans are following Alinski's rule #8. Class Warfare – Divide the people to cause discontent. Rather than preach unity among Americans, liberals are pushing division, balkanization, strife among the people.
A primary weapon used by the plutocracy in the world's oldest war, class warfare, is to deny and pretend that no such war exists. The peons are expected to swallow this rather obvious falsehood and, if it is ever disputed, the disputers are immediately attacked by the propaganda organs of the plutocracy as being dangerous radicals who are fanning the flames of a class warfare that does not exist.
The above picture captures class warfare at its most acute: the River Rouge Massacre:
March 7,1932 was a bitterly cold day in Detroit, and a crowd estimated at between 3,000 and 5,000 gathered near the Dearborn city limits, about a mile from the Ford plant. The Detroit Times called it "one of the coldest days of the winter, with a frigid gale whooping out of the northwest". Marchers carried banners reading "Give Us Work, "We Want Bread Not Crumbs", and "Tax the Rich and Feed the Poor". The march proceeded peacefully along the streets of Detroit until it reached the Dearborn city limits. There, the Dearborn police attempted to stop the march by firing tear gas into the crowd, and began hitting marchers with clubs. One officer fired a gun at the marchers. The crowd scattered into a field covered with stones, and then began throwing stones at the police. The angry marchers regrouped and advanced nearly a mile toward the plant. There, two fire engines began spraying cold water onto the marchers from an overpass. The police were joined by Ford security guards, and began shooting into the crowd. Joe York, Coleman Leny and Joe DeBlasio were killed, and at least 22 others were wounded by gunfire.
Today it is rarely necessary to shoot peons down in the street to get them back in their proper place. The plutocracy has installed effective propaganda and brainwashing methods and is able to control the peons with a steady flow of self serving fairy tales. Yes kids, there is no such thing as class warfare. All economic classes live together in perfect harmony
"Society in those days was a perfectly competent, perfectly complacent, ruthless machine." Virginia Woolf 1897