Levels of control

Dear Editor:

The American people need to understand the bases on which our government operates to know what to reverse before our country is destroyed. The bases are the eight levels of control (all currently in effect in the U.S.) of Saul Alinsky, the radical community organizer, who wrote “Rules for Radicals” and “Reveille for Radicals.” These are based on Vladimir Lenin’s scheme for world conquest by Communists and Stalin’s description of his converts as “useful idiots.”

Hillary Clinton wrote her college thesis based on these books and President Obama, a disciple, wrote about Alinsky in his books. Two of Alinsky’s premises are the end justifies the means and violence (of which he is guilty) is permissible to achieve one’s goals.

Alinsky’s eight levels of control are:

1. Health care — control it and control the people.

2. Poverty — poor people are easy to control and will not oppose handouts.

3. Debt — increase to unsustainable levels.

4. Gun Control — remove the ability of self-defense and create a police state.

5. Welfare — control every aspect of personal lives.

6. Education — control what children learn.

7. Religion — remove God from all aspects of life.

8. Class warfare — create discontent and increase taxation. “It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere” (author unknown).

Following are some examples of control.

Obama brags about the eight million enrollees in Obamacare but refuses to admit that his plan has resulted in the cancellation of six million policies (after he lied that if you like your plan you can keep it). In Colorado 335,000 currently face termination of their health plans.

Obama claims to support the middle class (another lie) and boasts of the lowered unemployment rate. He neglects to reveal that twelve million are unemployed but not counted because they could not find employment. Furthermore, the middle class average annual income has decreased by $2,800 and U.S. income now is less than that of Canada and many European countries. Poverty and food stamp rates are the highest in history. Nancy Pelosi says we must spend more money to save the economy. What money?

Democrats are creating class warfare by, for example, accusing Republicans of war on women. One rebuttal is that more Republican than Democratic women are running for the U.S. Senate.

Senator Reid has termed Nevada’s deeded private property owners as domestic terrorists (among other vile names). The Nevada Bundy case is one of the weakest against ranchers who are fighting to keep deeded property from government takeover. The Constitution does not give the federal government land ownership rights.

It is obvious that our present government is determined to destroy our Constitution, including the guarantee of religious freedom and private property ownership, and establish a socialistic state. Therefore, it is incumbent on us as voters to reverse this abomination by removing from office the perpetrators and replacing them with a president and legislators who will restore the Constitution to its rightful place and follow it.

Eugene Witkowski

This story was posted on May 1, 2014.

One Response to Levels of control

  1. David Butcher

    May 3, 2014 at 7:12 am

    You neglected to mention that of the 335,000 Coloradans that lost their junk health insurance, 94% of those got new policies that were up to standards at the same or near same costs. That leaves 20,000 that lost their policies in Colorado, but those are more than likely covered in the Medicaid expansion.