Winning with the Colonel

bf4d1850-1ac0-491f-9769-20525e35a0fcHere is one of those articles that is nearly impossible to shorten. Kurt Schlichter hits another home run.

The Left is getting massively out-Alinskyed, and the hilarious thing is that this band of withered hippies, unemployable millennial safe-space cases, and unlovable + unshaven libfeminists don’t even know it. Oh, their masters sure know it. Soros is bitterly having to ramp up his infusions of blood money to keep his community-organized “grassroots” movements afloat. The less dumb ones among the lying dinosaur media are panicking as their influence fades, and Chuck Schumer is enduring such a non-stop parade of serial humiliations that if the Senate were a penitentiary, he’d be McConnell’s prison Mitch.

The Leftist mafia godmaleidentifyingparents pulling the strings of the Marxist Muppets know the score – they are losing. And it’s awesome. Because, finally, the Right has taken Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals and shoved it up where #TheResistance don’t shine.

Thank you, Andrew Breitbart. You yelled “Follow me!” and led a movement that had previously been dominated by doofy wonks and bow-tied geeks over the top in a glorious bayonet charge against the paper tiger liberal elite. The Left hadn’t taken a good, solid gut punch since Ronald Reagan turned the Oval Office keys over to the wimpcons who found fighting Democrats uncouth because conflict made for awkward luncheons down at the club. Bizarrely, the guy who picked up the standard and carried it forward when our beloved commander was felled by fate was a New York billionaire with no identifiable ideological foundation who instinctively understood the one thing that could make up for his other failings: He knows how to fight liberals and win. For Donald Trump and the revitalized conservative movement, Alinsky’s book isn’t some dusty old commie tome – it’s a lifestyle.

Alinsky’s Rules are relatively simple, and they make sense when you are fighting a conventional opponent with an interest in maintaining the status quo. The Rules are terrific for dealing with an old-school conservative guy who drives a Buick, enjoys gardening, and doesn’t want any trouble. They aren’t so effective against conservative brawlers who like to punch, and who aren’t too fussy about whether it’s with tweets or with fists.

You know the Colonel is correct, if Breitbart has a legacy, it’s the current right, which fights the left all the time, everywhere, and you know what else, we’re winning. We won last summer in Britain, we won last November in America, and I suspect we’ll win more this year in Europe.

Rule 1: “Power is not only what you have, but what the enemy thinks you have.” Actually, we now have a lot of power. No, we don’t have direct power over liberal bastions like Hollywood, the media and academia, […]

Rule 2: “Never go outside the expertise of your people” and Rule 3: “Whenever possible, go outside the expertise of the enemy.” Stupid GOP wonkcons want to fight to where the liberals are strong, like on entitlements. Trump is smart enough to fight where liberals are weak, like on the economy. […]

Rule 4: “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.” This is not so much about pointing out the lies and hypocrisy that constitute Leftist orthodoxy – the vicious racism they deny is racism because it’s anti-white, the racism against non-whites who refuse to serve a liberal master, the sexism against women who think babies should be actually be born, and so on. It’s about not letting them tie us into knots by using our morals and values as bear traps to immobilize and neutralize us. Fortunately, most of us have discovered how losing our superficial “political values” helps us regain our freedom. […]

Read that link, Warden speaks for me, and many others like me and it’s why we’re winning.

Rule 5: “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.” Actually, the AR15 a more potent weapon, but ridicule will do as long as the Left doesn’t try to make good on its countless threats of violence and tyranny. Regardless, we finally we have a conservative corps that is willing to mock the members of that motley collection of pompous, inept, lying jerks we call the Democrat Party and its media catamite corps. […]

Rule 6: “A good tactic is one your people enjoy.” I’m having fun watching the liberals lose. How about you?

Rule 7: “A tactic that drags on too long becomes a drag.” I don’t know – I doubt I am ever going to be tired of so much #winning.

Rule 8: “Keep the pressure on. Never let up.” Remember the Trump outrage du jour a couple days ago when we were supposed to be on the verge of war with Australia? […]

via Shoving Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals Right Back in the Left’s Ugly Face – Kurt Schlichter

Do read the link, I’ve pushed fair use as far as I dare, giving you that much. The Colonel is right, and I doubt any of us are ever going to get tired of #winning, or not #caring, at least not before America is restored.

General Patton said just before the Normandy Invasion, it’s still true today, for the heirs of those men.

Americans love a winner. Americans will not tolerate a loser. Americans despise cowards. Americans play to win all of the time. I wouldn’t give a hoot in hell for a man who lost and laughed. That’s why Americans have never lost nor will ever lose a war; for the very idea of losing is hateful to an American.

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7 Responses to Winning with the Colonel

  1. Sadly America and the Allies got a tie in Korea, but simply lost, but not really militarily but politically in Vietnam. Again sadly the facts! (And note the Aussies were basically with America somewhat in the Nam to the end)

    And I am with you all the way, with hope for America!

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    • NEO says:

      I’d phrase it a bit differently. Korea was a tie, but then that is what we played for, and is not bad against China. Vietnam, well yeah, although we won that bloody mess, until Congress threw it away. And when did so many of us lose faith in Congress – especially the left wing there -right about then. And yes, the Aussies were magnificent, as were the ROKs from what I read.

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      • Again, MacArthur did not really want to play for a tie, but got relieved of duty. Can you imagine if Patton had been alive and there? Indeed the ROK Marines killed everybody and everything in front of them!

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        • NEO says:

          You’re right, he didn’t and he was wrong. Wrong war, wrong continent, and the only way to win that one was to go nuclear from the outset. There isn’t enough ammunition in the world. And the real enemy was the SU, China was a primitive country and no real threat outside of China. I love Patton, as you know, and yes, he would likely have agreed with Mac, But a theater commander isn’t charged with the overall national security, that’s the President’s job. The theater commanders job is to follow the boss’ orders, even if he doesn’t agree, and especially not run to the press.

          That’s what I’ve always heard about the ROKs.

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        • Indeed Mac and LeMay wanted to go with Adam Bombs on China! But of course that was NOT God’s providence either. But from a military perspective, just think what life would have been like with a weakened China? But God is moving us closer to the Eschatological End in my opinion, thus a strong China! Modern Israel is the centre! (Zech. 13: 8-9 with chap. 14)

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        • *atomic bombs

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        • Btw, I just cannot see the world surviving all of these new weapons? China is practicing attacks against the American Fleet and bases! But one thing is certain if we believe the Bible and Holy Scripture, Jesus will Return to the Mount of Olivet and Jerusalem, Zech. 14: 4, etc. But what happens to the whole of the West, as America and Britain? Will we both be “fiddling as Rome burns”, perhaps hurt badly in some way, and just watching? God alone knows!

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