Francis Fox Piven vs. Glenn Beck, Beck is Right

Glenn Beck was recently vindicated by the mouth of the woman who had denied that there was any credit to her from her past writings and beliefs.  She had stated that she is not a threat, and that this gentle, old, grandmother isn’t an organizer to bring down the government through class warfare and financial overload.  Her own words, and those of others prove that she is still diligently trying to push her agenda at what ever cost.

Frank Herbert Dune Genesis Politics, Humans, and the Super-Hero Theory

September 26, 2011 Other Related No Comments

This was taken from an excerpt from Frank Herbert, author of Dune and other great works of brilliance. I have loved all his books, because of his outlook on politics, people, heroes, and the weakness of power in even the best of us. Thank you Frank Herbert for your contribution and understanding of politics, power, and humanity.
Dune Genesis by Frank Herbert
“Personal observation has convinced me that in the power area of politics/economics, and in their logical consequence, war, people tend to give over every decision-making capacity to any leader who can wrap himself in the myth fabric of the society. Hitler did it. Churchill did it. Franklin Roosevelt did it. Stalin did it. Mussolini did it.

My favorite examples are John F. Kennedy and George Patton. Both fitted themsleves into the flamboyant Camelot pattern, consciously assuming bigger-than-life appearance. But the most casual observation reveals that neither was bigger than life. Each had our common human ailment-clay feet.

This, then was one of my themes for Dune: Don’t give over all of your critical faculties to people in power, no matter how admirable those people may appear to be. Beneath the hero’s facade you will find a human being who makes human mistakes. Enormous problems rise when human mistakes are made on the grand scale available to a super-hero. And sometimes you run into another problem.

It is demostrable that power structures tend to attract people who want power for the sake of power and that a significant proportion of such people are imbalanced-in a word, insane.

It is the systems themselves that I see as dangerous. Systematic is a deadly word. Systems orginate with human creators, with people who employ them. Systems take over and grind on and on. They are like a flood tied that picks up everything in its path.

… I now believe that evolution, or devolution, never ends short of death, that no society has ever acheived absolute pinnacle, that all humans are not created equal. In fact, I believe attempts to create some abstract equalization create a morass of injustices that rebound on the equalizers. Equal justice and equal opportunity are ideals we should seek, but we should recognize that humans adminster the ideals and the humans do not have equal ability.”

The Day Of Rage Has Begun, New York Ends in Arrests

September 26, 2011 Revolution No Comments

So the Day of Rage has begun. Is it Egypt, no, did it cause disruption? Somewhat. It did halt traffic, and there were a lot of pseudo-hippies and their bongo drums. Could it catch momentum and get violent? Possibly. If the unemployed and discouraged get sucked into these types of protests, yes, it could get real ugly, very fast. If the mass of unemployed who have seen their houses foreclosed, or their jobs taken away because of companies tightening their financial belt,it could get violent.

The unions, the socialists, the communists see this anger, and can and will exploit it. They are better at it, and have the media to push it. There is a lot of anger and frustration, and properly guided, could be very potent. Egypt is a good example of this, the masses were guided towards insurrection and the idea of democracy, however, the end result is military control, and the Muslim Brotherhood in command. The Muslim Brotherhood is trying to get its grip in every government overthrow, and have been successful so far. Libya is the next country in line. If Europe goes down in a sinking pile of Euro’s, heads up in America, we could be in for a very bumpy ride.

SEIU Stephen Lerner Build Power Escalate Crisis Against The Rich

September 21, 2011 Revolution, Unions 2 Comments

SEIU Union former leader Stephen Lerner is again calling for crisis, advocating a day of rage similar to Egypt. In the past, Stephen Lerner was caught on tape calling for a protest against JP Morgan Banks. Now, Mr. Lerner’s call to the Unions and protesters to protest violently if necessary and wage this war on the rich. He is calling for violence, creating more power in the Unions. There is a crisis, and since there is no way to change the other side’s point of view. Violence while “operating from a higher moral place” will not only make violence a cause, but a higher purpose as well.

It seems that the call to violence is being heard from all over the unions. Take Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa’s war call against the Tea Party, and stating the Workers of America are Obama’s army, ready to march.

The President seems to be proud of the cry of violence to the Tea Party.

The Presidents spokesman didn’t seem to mind, and wouldn’t call for an apology or even admit that an apology was in order.

Then how about the union’s violent reaction in Washington recently holding guards hostage while destroying railroad equipment and other costly damage.

The coming insurrections is here, and building. How much damage it will do is the unknown.
The class warfare that is a key component that will help create this crisis has been a cry from the far left for a while now, and now seems to be part of the governments policy too.

Although the occupation of Wall Street was a complete failure, future protests may not be so quiet. Here are a few of the “Day of Rage” protests.
LA Day of Rage


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