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SUSTAINED MILITANT INTEREST! Are They Using Tips from Lucifer to organize America and the World?


LISTEN NOW! Greg, John, and Pat discuss the seventh tactic out of the thirteen tactics community organizer Saul Alinsky writes about in his book Rules for Radicals.  In his book he discusses 13 tactics he encourages community organizers to employ however, the book is dedicated to Lucifer and is what Lucifer would employ.  They continue to share how organizing in and of itself is not bad it’s what you are organizing about and who you are organizing around is what matters.  They further discuss how the back cover dedicates the book to Hilary Clinton and Barack Obama.   




Saul Alinsky’s  7th Tactic   “A tactic that drags on too long becomes a drag.”

This tactic is about all about sustaining militant interest because if the tactics drags on too long they become disinterested.  That’s why you are seeing such a rapid turn of chaotic events everywhere you turn.  The goal is to polarize to organize.  The tactic is designed to control your flesh.  The one who is promised things is basically allowing themselves to be prostituted in the process.  The government becomes the “sugar daddy”.  I will give you whatever you want but there is a bill coming.  Don’t allow yourself to be bought and prostituted.  The gifts and money can be “subsidized” in so many ways, don’t fall for it.  Bishop T.D. Jakes author, entrepreneur, and pastor said that we have become a nation of consumers when in fact we should be a nation of producers.  When we don’t produce anything all we can do is brag about what we consumed.  Are we now just bragging about the things we consumed even if we had to prostitute ourselves for them?  As Christians, Jesus does not want us to act this way.  In fact, instead of allowing ourselves to be bought and used as a tactic of constant chaos God’s word tells us in Luke 9:23 that we are to deny ourselves and to take up our cross daily. 
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