A Palestinian flag waved in an Atlanta Black Lives Matter protest rally against alleged police violence recently. It signified the deepening Red Black Green radical alliance following classic Alinsky rules for radicals. The ‘hackvisit’ group Anonymous announced a Day of Rage on July 15, 2016 targeting 45 cities across the US. It called to protests tied to recent police shootings in Baton Rouge and Minneapolis. Following that there was Dallas Massacre of five police officers, injuries to seven others, and two civilians by a heavily armed Army vet turned Black extremist out to kill white police officers. On the weekend of July 9th and 10th, following the Dallas shootings, blockades of Interstate highways occurred in Phoenix and St. Paul provoking police actions and arrests. This is a new phase by radical extremists fostering race hatred in the midst of an intense national election cycle reminiscent of radical Weathermen and Students for Democrat Society anti-war protests outside the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago. There likely could be comparable protests by the new radical Alliance outside the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, July 18 – 21st and the Democrat National Convention in Philadelphia, July 25-28th.
Black Green Alliance anti-Israelism
In the past 48 hours another two black men have been lynched by the police…. We must remember that many US police departments train with #IsraeliDefenceForces. The same forces behind the genocide of black people in America are behind the genocide of Palestinians. What this means is that Palestinians must stand with our black comrades. We must struggle for their liberation. It is as important as our own. #AltonSterling is as important as #AliDawabsheh. Palestinian liberation and black liberation go together. We must recognize this and commit to building for it.
Here we have the evidence of anti-Semitic Palestinian joining forces with Black agitators for their own purposes of falsely accusing Israel of genocide against American Black victims in police shootings. Dershowitz drew attention to a new propaganda term used by this radical Alliance:
The reaction by SJP is reflective of a broader trend in hard left politics. Increasingly, groups such as Black Lives Matter (BLM), MoveOn, Code Pink, and Occupy Wall Street have embraced intersectionality — a radical academic theory, which holds that all forms of social oppression are inexorably linked.
The evidence of Black Green anti-Israel Intersectionalism
Carl Horowitz in a National Legal and Policy Center article in Match 2016 lifted the veil on the intersectionality of the Black Lives Matter and Palestinian anti-Israelism, “Black Lives Matter Activists Join Anti-Israel Boycott”. This chronicle soon emerged after the Police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri:
Black Lives Matter uses fear, exaggeration, lies and distortions. … Black Lives Matter’s most visible spokesperson, DeRay McKesson, is now a Democratic Party candidate for Baltimore mayor. McKesson and a BLM colleague, Brittany Packnett, this February were guests of President Obama at a White House meeting on race, crime and policing attended by more than a dozen black activists.
Social media and inflammatory rhetoric aside, a major reason for Black Lives Matter’s rapid emergence is its growing willingness to network with other groups on the far Left. BLM seeks alliances with people who, like them, view the world as an ongoing struggle between suffering, powerless people of color (good) and wealthy, powerful whites (bad). In this grossly simple-minded frame of reference, the United States is the primary enemy. Because the odds are stacked in favor of the current power structure, victory over racism requires coalition-building or, to employ a term now in vogue in Leftist circles, intersectionality. Coalition groups each have a specific focus, yet intersect at a common goal: overthrow of the American power structure. And that includes foreign nations allied with us. To strike a blow against a proxy of America is thus to strike a blow against America itself. And Israel is proxy Number One.
Note the intersectionality of BLM and Palestinian anti-Israel groups:
In January 2015, a group of black journalists, performers and political organizers traveled to Palestinian refugee camps. The 10-day fact-finding mission was organized by the Palestinian hosts and the Florida-based Dream Defenders, which describes itself as a “black-brown youth alliance for social justice.” The delegation included representatives from Black Lives Matter, Black Youth Project 100, Ferguson/Hands Up United and the Justice League NYC, plus assorted individuals.
Ahmad Abuzaid, legal and policy director for Dream Defenders, saw the trip as a means of connecting radical movements here and abroad:
The goals were primarily to allow for the group members to experience and see first-hand the occupation, ethnic cleansing and brutality Israel has levied against Palestinians, but also to build real relationships with those on the ground leading the fight for liberation. In the spirit of Malcolm X, Angela Davis, Stokely Carmichael and many others, we thought the connections between the African-American leadership of the movement in the U.S. and those on the ground in Palestine needed to be re-established and fortified…As a Palestinian who has learned a great deal about struggle, movement, militancy and liberation from African-Americans in the U.S., I dreamt of the day where I could bring that power back to my people in Palestine.
Steven Pargett, communications director for Dream Defenders, saw black neighborhoods as analogous to Palestinian refugee camps:
Our refugee camps are lower-income communities and project buildings all around the country that many would not be living in had we not been taken into slavery generations ago. Rather than having the Israeli Defense occupations of police officers who often prove to have little disregard for our lives, being that they are not from these communities.
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors, the BLM delegate, weighed in with this sentiment:
This (i.e., Israel) is an apartheid state. We can’t deny that, and if we do deny it, we are part of the Zionist violence. There are two different systems here in occupied Palestine. Two completely different systems. Folks are unable to go to parts of their own country. Folks are barred from their own country.
Another delegate, community organizer Cherrell Brown, sees “parallels” between the U.S. and Israel, apparently all of them bad:
So many parallels exist between how U.S. policies, incarcerate and perpetuate violence on the black community and how the Zionist state that exists in Israel perpetuates the same on Palestinians…. our oppressors are literally collaborating together, learning from one another – and as oppressed people, we have to do the same.
Two months earlier, in November 2014, ten West Bank Palestinian college students had visited Ferguson and St. Louis.
A month later, upon their return home, the Palestinians hosted a series of events at their university to build support for black radicalism in the U.S. During that time, Dream Defenders passed a resolution in support of the Palestinian-run Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign.
US delegates Bill Doares, Margaret Kimberley, Joe Lombardo, Joe Iosbaker
Russian sponsored anti-Globalist Conference, Moscow, December 2014
The Russian Connection to the Radical Alliance
Trevor Loudon posted on his blog in January 2015 drew attention to a Russian sponsored conference in mid December that brought BLM leaders together with Palestinian and even Russian separatist in the Ukraine:
Hard on the heels of news that US Black radicals are connecting with Palestinian revolutionaries, come even more disturbing revelations.
In December of 2014, a conference was held in Moscow that united the black struggles in the United States, the “Palestinian” uprising, the Russian sponsored Ukrainian breakaway province now known as Novo rossiya (New Russia), separatist movements from Europe, Asia and even the Southern United States, with the US hard left and some elements of the “crazy right.”
This conference is part of an anti-Western propaganda war as vicious as anything seen in Soviet times. Its aim is to destabilize and humble, then destroy, Israel and the US.
If the campaign succeeds in destroying “US hegemony” or “unit-polarity,” Russia, China. Iran and their neo-communist and Islamic allies will rule this planet.
Right of Peoples to Self-Determination and Building a Multipolar World was a conference held in Moscow on December 13, 2014, hosted by the Anti-Globalization Movement (AGM) of Russia.
Here is an excerpt from a speech by Margaret Kimberly of the Malcolm X Grass Roots a member of the American Delegation on “Ferguson and American Justice:”
But in truth, black Americans have always been under the most surveillance, and are the most controlled group of people in the country. This level of control goes back to enslavement in the earliest days of American settler history and impacts us all two hundred years later. Slavery could not exist as an institution without police state terror and the legacy of that history continues until the 21st century and thus Ferguson.
The truth is this. The police in the United States are the 21st slave patrol and unless Americans acknowledge that fact, grand juries like the one in Ferguson, Missouri will issue verdicts that allow them to kill at will.
Leftist Move On.org support for BLM
Further evidence of this radical alliance is the leftist Soros- supported Move-On.org petition citing Alicia Garza, one of the co-creators of the Black Lives Matter network in advance of the July 15th ‘day of rage’:
Our work remains undone until our lives are free of violence. That is the future we imagine. Until that day comes:
We pledge togetherness—we will not allow ourselves to be divided.
We pledge to allow our thinking and actions to be guided by love.
We pledge to bring courage and power into our communities, and to stop their flow out.
We pledge not to be controlled by fear, but instead by our dreams.
Guided by love, we continue to stand together for justice, human dignity, and our shared goal of ending all forms of state violence against Black people. We organize, occupy, demonstrate, march, and chant for a new future, a future we can be proud of. We stand on the shoulders of our ancestors, who fought for their freedom and ours. Like them, we want a world where our lives matter.
We want an end to the war being waged on Black people, in all its forms. Some people fear change, and that’s OK. Many will attempt to halt our progress. That is not OK. Some will continue their attempts to undermine us, but we will remain undeterred.
For far too long, our unjust deaths have meant business as usual in this country. No more.
We pledge not to be controlled by fear, but instead by our dreams.
Join us, and pledge to do the same: Stand with the Movement for Black Lives.
The Alinksy Rules for Radicals- the wind behind the Emerging Radical alliance
The Lisa Benson Show held a National Security Task Force for America (NSTFA) conference call on July 12, 2016 on this problematic alignment of radical Black Green elements. The briefing was held following the July 12th eulogy for the five Dallas police officers, the visit and compelling eulogies by President Obama and former President George W. Bush, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings, Dallas and Police Chief David Brown and community religious leaders. They paid homage to the bravery and courage of the fallen Dallas police officers. The eulogies also endeavored to begin the healing of this nationwide eruption of protests that have seen riot police confronting protesters.
The emergence of the Black Green Radical alliance is the latest example of the legacy of Chicago radical icon, Saul Alinsky, an avowed leftists and alleged community organizer who died in 1972. His Rules for Radicals became the touchstone doctrine for many of those followed. Presumptive Democrat nominee, Hillary Rodham Clinton, a Chicago native, wrote a senior thesis at Wellesley College on Alinsky and in 1971 penned a letter to him as a young Yale Law School graduate praising him and promising to follow his rules as guide posts in her pro bono work. President Obama as a young Harvard Law graduate and adjunct Constitutional law professor at the University of Chicago and Bill Ayres, his alleged ghost writer and Weatherman co-founder, practiced Alinsky rules.
During the NSTFA conference call Richard Cutting a Lisa Benson Show commentator cited a primer by Jamison Peter on the Alinsky Rules the model that Radical Alliances follow:
How the model plays out:
Alinsky would find an external antagonist to turn into a “common enemy” for the community within which he was operating.
Often, this would be a local politician or agency that had some involvement with activity concerning the community.
Once the enemy was established, the community would come together in opposition of it. This management of conflict heightened awareness within the community as to the similarities its members shared as well as what differentiated them from those outside of their organization.
The use of conflict also allowed for the goal of the group to be clearly defined. With an established external antagonist, the community’s goal would be to defeat that enemy.
Here is how “direct action” works
Direct action creates conflict situations that further establish the unity of the community and promote the accomplishment of achieving the community’s goal of defeating their common enemy.
It also brings issues the collective is battling to the public eye. So media attention and media collusion is essential. This is publicity-driven stuff. Of course the media will never do stories on how their own coverage aids and abets the Alinsky agenda, and the Left Knows this. Again, all pre-engineered.
Alinsky encouraged over-the-top public demonstrations throughout Rules for Radicals – public demonstration and activities that could not be ignored.
These tactics then enabled his organization to progress their goals faster than through normal bureaucratic processes.
It is essential to understand that this is about gaining power, and doing so outside normal channels of legislation, compromise and the normal processes.
The main theme throughout Rules for Radicals and Alinsky’s work was “empowerment of the poor“ even though this is all about pure power grabbing, using the poor as pawns to establish hard-Left political power.
Alinsky used symbol construction and nonviolent conflict to create a structured organization with a clearly defined goal that could take direct action against a common enemy.
At this point, Alinsky would withdraw from the organization to allow their progress to be powered by the community itself. This “empowered” the organizations to create change.
This is the play book of the Radical Black Green Alliance that we have witnessed in protests following police shootings. Those protests appears to be fomenting a veritable revolution against lawful authorities seeking to divide this country and unite the US and Israel as targets of opprobrium. Friday, July 15th has been targeted by the Radical Alliance as a Day of Rage. Watch how this plays out and the national security danger it poses to our country