Divisiveness: The Currency of the Left’s Political Strategy

ELDER PATRIOT – In doing the bidding of their Globalist masters the Ruling Elite has long employed a divide and conquer strategy. 


At the core of this strategy today, are open borders intended to Balkanize our society, graduated income taxes and unconscionable debt meant to divide rich and poor, and fostering the growth of terrorism to instill fear and loathing in different segments of our population.  There are many other issues fabricated and/or perpetuated for the purpose of cleaving our society but none are as threatening to our existence as a sovereign and unified nation at this time than those mentioned above.

The tie between the Globalist movement and liberals on both sides of the political aisle is becoming glaring as they have moved closer to achieving their goal of ending America’s sovereignty. 

There can be no mistaking the Ruling Left’s attempt to isolate and demonize over a third of Americans who identify as conservative.  This is Rule 12 straight from Saul Alinski’s “Rules for Radicals.”

Barack Obama:

“It’s not surprising, then, they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.”  – while campaigning in April of 2008

“…particularly blue-collar men have had a lot of trouble in this new economy, where they are no longer getting the same bargain that they got when they were going to a factory and able to support their families on a single paycheck.  You combine those things, and it means that there is going to be potential anger, frustration, fear — some of it justified, but just misdirected I think somebody like Mr. Trump is taking advantage of that.  That’s what he’s exploiting during the course of his campaign.” – speaking on NPR in December of 2016

Hillary Clinton:

“Well, in addition to the NRA, the health insurance companies, the drug companies, the Iranians; probably the Republicans.” – in response to Anderson Cooper’s question asking her which enemy that she made during her political career she was most proud of?

“Let’s send them back to GOPville, where they belong.” Christmas tweet

Imagine if a conservative disinvited liberals and Democrats to the political debate in a similar fashion:

Conservative A:

“It’s not surprising then that minorities who wasted twelve years of taxpayer-funded education and are faced with losing their place at the public trough due to an impending government bankruptcy react with bitterness and express racist sentiments towards those who are more successful as a way to express their frustrations.”

“…particularly blacks, but other minorities as well, have had a lot of trouble in this new economy, where they are no longer getting the same government handouts and are no longer able to support their families without a job.  You combine those things, and it means that there is going to be potential anger, frustration, fear — some of it justified, but just misdirected I think because Hillary Clinton is taking advantage of that.  That’s what she’s exploiting during the course of his campaign.”

Or, what if Candidate B were to say these things?

Which political enemies are you proudest of having made?  “Well, in addition to abortion providers, militant atheist groups like Freedom From Religion who seek to deny others the right to openly worship, probably the Democrats.”

“Let’s send Democrats back to where they belong.”

Sadly, this vitriol being aimed at conservatives is not limited to coming from the Democrats.  Recently, Republicans have begun attacking Donald Trump as ignoring half of the voters.  This must refer to the needs of immigrants and not doing the bidding of special interest groups espousing liberal policy.  Though that may be true, how is that different from the way liberals have run roughshod over conservatives for the past seven years.

The truth is Trump is not ignoring the opposition party’s constituency.  He is courting them by offering them alternative solutions that align with both the Constitution and our nation’s history, and that many of them may decide makes sense for them.  That the Democrats built a party around single-issue voters who are now recognizing how the party has failed them on so many other issues, is the Democratic Party’s problem. 

Perhaps those who’s vote was based on homosexual rights in the past are now more concerned about immigration and the safety and economic issues facing their families (and homosexual friends) and will decide it’s time to seek different representation to fix the pressing problems of this time in history.  This was the case when Reagan Democrats handed him two landslide electoral victories even while being told Reagan was a fascist and racist.  It’s precisely, Trump’s potential to unite people that has the Elitists so frightened.

Frankly, that’s what elections are all about, candidates with competing ideologies making their case to the American people according to the circumstances of the day. 

Why the Ruling Elite fear the coming debate with Donald Trump reveals more about how indefensible they believe their divisive policies are to the scrutiny of open debate than any justifiable fear the American people should have of Trump or his policies that will benefit the vast majority of Americans.