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Hell on Earth: Alinsky, Beck, Satan and Me, Part II « NewsReal Blog

Hell on Earth: Alinsky, Beck, Satan and Me, Part II « NewsReal Blog

 
by David Horowitz

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The left’s crusade to rid mankind of DDT, to liberate gays from “sex-negative culture,” to build a welfare utopia & their stranglehold on the public school system are examples of how radicals destroy the lives of millions in the name of their modern secular religion.

Excerpts

“Modern radicalism is a secular religion, and its hunger for meaning and hope and change cannot be satisfied by anything less than grandiose, totalizing schemes to transform the world. To bring up their failures, the enormities they are guilty of, the crimes committed in the name of their religion, is to strike a blow at hope itself, which is why they cannot and will not hear it.”

[…]

“Not every progressive hell is a genocide, but many come close. The crusade to rid mankind of the scourge of DDT launched by the American environmentalist Rachel Carson wound up killing 100 million childrenmainly black Africans under the age of 5 — between 1975 and the present, and the killing is still going on. The crusade of the left to liberate gays from a “sex-negative culture” destroyed the public health system’s ability to control domestic epidemics and led to the deaths of more than 300,000 gay men in the prime of life.

The left’s crusade to build a welfare utopia destroyed the inner-city black family, spawned tens of millions of fatherless black children, and created a mass intractable and violent underclass which is still with us and growing today.

The leftist monopoly of the public school system in America’s major cities is daily destroying the lives of millions of poor black and Hispanic children while filling the coffers of the Democratic Party machine which keeps their oppression going.

But progressives never stop for a moment to look at the horrors they have wrought.”

[…]

“So one rule for conservatives should be this: Don’t be so polite. When progressives propose their progressive solutions, remind them of the hell they have inflicted on the people they claim to want to help — gays, blacks, Hispanics, children. And that’s just for starters.”

Relating:

http://newsrealblog.com/2009/08/17/hell-on-earth/

http://newsrealblog.com/2009/08/18/boring-from-within-beck-alinsky-satan-and-me-part-iii/

Rules for Conservative Radicals

http://wp.me/pzfHB-ho
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November 5, 2009 - Posted by | Agenda of the Left, Govt Oppression, Leftists Criticize Conservatives, Life with Big Brother, NWO, Politics, propaganda, WordPress Political Blogs

3 Comments »

  1. So, what you’re saying is opposition to environmental protection is built completely on falsehoods and gullibility of those who don’t bother to check it out?

    Comment by Ed Darrell | November 8, 2009 | Reply

  2. Your exaggerated death count and erroneous slam at Rachel Carson are unbecoming.

    1. Rachel Carson didn’t make malaria pharmaceuticals ineffective against malaria parasites — evolution and poor delivery of medical care did that.

    2. The total death toll from malaria since 1960 totals just over 50 million people. Since 1975? At about a million deaths per year, that’s 34 million total. Rachel Carson had nothing to do with any of those deaths while she was alive, but certainly she had nothing to do with any of the deaths since she died. Plus, DDT couldn’t possibly have been saving lives two decades before it was ever used against mosquitoes.

    Whoever informed you with those figures is incredibly sloppy with the facts. If they are that careless about the facts of a serious disease and a tough problem, and you didn’t bother to fact check it, how much more wrong can you be on other “facts?”

    Come on over to Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub, do a search for “DDT” or “Rachel Carson,” and get the facts.

    Comment by Ed Darrell | November 7, 2009 | Reply

    • Thank you for your response. I figured a hard-hitting article from this author would get your atttention. For now, I’ll let him debate you on the facts he laid out. It’s good to hear from you, Ed.

      Comment by Lisa | November 8, 2009 | Reply


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