She only wrote “these charges were echoes of ones that Alinsky had heard before and answered before.”
As a national figure, Hillary famously implied said she was a victim of smear campaigns, when she told Matt Lauer in 1998 that “there is a vast right wing conspiracy that has been conspiring against my husband since the day he announced for president.” Alinsky as victim translated decades later into Clinton as victim.
Hillary wrote, “Alinsky argues that those who wish to change circumstances must develop a mass-based organization and be prepared for conflict….for him, conflict is the route to power.”
To force the University to meet their demands, TWO’s members sprawled out in front of bulldozers.
She wrote, “Due to limitations of staff and time, we are not able to asses whether the transcription in your possession is an accurate copy of Hillary Rodham’s 1969 Wellesley College honors thesis, entitled There is only the fight: An analysis of the Alinsky model.”
Slaight said “as a matter of college policy, a copy of student thesis is retained in the Wellesley College Archives.
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Based on Saul Alinskys Eight Steps from democracy to a socialistsociety (From his 1971 book: Rules for Radicals.)
Barack Obama quoted him often in his book and Hillary Clinton didher thesis on Alinsky.
Hillary wrote, “He [Alinsky] never approached a Catholic Priest in terms of Christian ethics, but on the basis of self-interest such as the welfare of the Church, even in its physical property.” As a senator Hillary has modernized techniques Alinsky used to manipulate different organizations for political advantage.
“One can say a number of things about such a long and distinguished intellectually history of leftism, as well as her open lust for enough power to radically alter the American way of life. One cannot say it is moderate in any sense. Unlike Senator Obama’s histories with Wright or Ayers, Hillary Clinton’s history of radicalism consists of autobiographical journaling, personal activism, and advocacy on behalf of convicted, muderous terrorists”
Like Alinsky’s radicalism, Clintonian politics uses alliances and acts through proxies to achieve advantage.
Hillary’s thesis explains how Alinsky used the church to organize Chicago’s Back of the Yards.
As you have learned from reading my writings on this subject, Hillary Rodham was taken under Alinsky’s wing, “Personally, While Still A Student In High School.” So, it is not surprising that she would pay homage to “This Radical,” by making him the focal point of her senior paper!
The difference is that Alinsky really believes in them and recognizes the necessity of changing the present structures of our lives in order to realize them.” While she wrote, Hillary Rodham learned.
Hillary’s senior thesis has been the subject of much speculation among conservative writers.
I think that young Hillary “Masked Her True Feelings For Alinsky.” Of course, if you were too lazy to “Think,” you missed the essence of what Ms. Rodham was attempting to convey!
Yet, Rodham-Clinton pretends that what Alinsky was talking about was “Common place In America.” She cites our churches, our parent, their friends and our peers who “Preached The Gospel According To Saul Alinsky.”
But apart from learning whatever is useful, and not also evil, in Alinsky, we must remember the key point which Ben Carson was making: A young Hillary Rodham read Alinsky’s corrosive, cynical book and found it inspiring, even transformative. It turned her from a Methodist libertarian into a lifelong radical activist, as we know from the fan letters she sent him while still a college student. He answered them with words of career guidance and warm encouragement. His investment in Rodham paid off. We will find out in November just how well.