In Obama’s America, many people do not understand the Cloward-Piven strategy well enough to fear it as much as they should. Luckily, American patriot Chuck Norris is here to break it down for us and explain how Hillary Clinton is using it to her advantage in the 2016 election.
In a column for WND, Norris exposed Clinton in a way that may just cost her the election, if we can sure enough people understand it!
As a reminder, the Cloward-Piven strategy is a political plan created in 1966 by two Columbia University sociologists to overload the U.S. public welfare system with the goal to replace it with a national system of “a guaranteed annual income and thus an end to poverty.”
I echo again that it’s neither a coincidence that Obama graduated from Columbia University nor that others who espoused the Cloward-Piven strategy were a group of radicals who have been a part of his life and education: Bill Ayers, Saul Alinsky, Bernardine Dohrn, George Wiley, Frank Marshall Davis, Wade Rathke and George Soros, among others.
What’s also not a coincidence is how close Hillary ran in the same circles. Like people that train at a distance under the same coach but come together to run the same relay race, so Hillary has entered the track salivating for the opportunity to grab the Cloward-Piven baton from Barack.
What’s the evidence? It’s abundant.
The ideologies, politics, histories and strategies of Cloward, Piven and the Clintons are more closely intertwined than most know. In the 1960s, they all were sipping from the same straw of Saul Alinsky, Chicago’s notorious revolutionary Marxist community organizer and his ideas for radical social change.
First, Robert Chandler, a retired Air Force colonel and former strategist for the White House, the Departments of State, Defense, Energy and Justice, and the CIA, explained in the Washington Times that “much of [the Cloward-Piven] strategy was drawn from Saul Alinsky.” There’s no doubt that Alinsky’s life and work served as the coach and plan for Cloward and Piven.
Second, Hillary’s similar discipleship devotion was clearly seen by her 92-page college thesis paper on Saul Alinsky, which is a glimpse behind the present veil of her politically savvy and guarded gloss into the heart of her true ideologies.
Even Bill Dedman, investigative reporter for NBC News, had to admit the young 21-year-old Hillary had an infatuation with the “old radical from Chicago.” In her own words, Hillary characterized Alinsky as possessing a “compelling personality” and “exceptional charm.”
No surprise that in 1993, the Clintons asked officials at her alma mater to hide Hillary Rodham’s senior thesis from Clinton biographers, at least that’s what her thesis adviser and friend, professor Alan H. Schechter, said they wanted after taking the call from the White House.
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