While Saul Alinsky can be connected directly to both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, I’m not aware that such a clear connection exists between the founders of the Black Lives Matter movement and Alinsky, who died in 1972. But there is no doubt that they share his philosophy of cultural revolution.
In his insightful, 2009 mini-book, Barack Obama’s Rules for Revolution: The Alinsky Model, David Horowitz quoted an SDS radical who wrote, “The issue is never the issue. The issue is always the revolution.”
As Horowitz explained, “In other words the cause—whether inner-city Blacks or women—is never the real cause, but only an occasion to advance the real cause which is the accumulation of power to make the revolution. That was the all-consuming focus of Alinsky and his radicals.”
When it comes to Black Lives Matter, the purported issue, namely, that Black lives matter, is not the ultimate issue. Instead, a larger cultural revolution is the ultimate issue. (As many have noted, the founders of Black Lives Matter are both Marxists and radical feminists, with two of the three women identifying as queer activists.)
And so, the mantra that “Black Lives Matter” specifically means blacks who are victims of white police brutality. Black lives in the womb do not matter. Blacks getting gunned down in gang violence do not matter. Black toddlers killed in random shootings do not matter. Not even Blacks killed by Black police officers matter—at least not nearly as much as Blacks killed by white officers.
Those white officers, in turn, represent the larger system, which, we are told, is fundamentally racist. And it is that system that needs to be overthrown.
Thus, “The issue is never the issue. The issue is always the revolution.”
If the issue was the issue, then Black Lives Matter should have been applauding President Trump’s efforts to introduce police reform.
Instead, Trump is vilified as a white supremacist and racist, and Black Lives Matter wants him removed. In fact, that is one of their stated goals.
As for the police, their very existence is part of the oppressive system. They must be defunded and abolished, and attacks on them are justified.
Of course, it doesn’t take a sociology professor to understand that the Black Lives Matter movement is not primarily focused on the well-being of the Black American community.
After all, what is the connection between police brutality and statues of Christopher Columbus?
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SOURCE: Charisma News