Thursday, May 7, 2009


If you have not read of the Cloward-Piven strategy, or if it has not occurred to you that as citizens we are being manipulated from the highest offices in our country, then this article is a "must read" for you. Read and decide for yourselves.

American Thinker
May 5, 2009
Cloward-Piven Crisis Care
by Jeannie DeAngelis

The fear of a swine flu pandemic may be a crisis too good for President Obama to waste in his quest to take over national health care. Chaos is becoming a commodity for an ideologically driven Obama Administration, which appears to depend on crisis to promote policy initiatives.

Barack Obama has shown himself proficient at utilizing negative circumstances as tactical policy initiators and seems to benefit politically by"...discovering opportunity in the midst of great crisis."

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Cloward-Piven instructed activists that if a crisis did not exist, promote or manufacture one by exaggerating a benign or unthreatening predicament. In doing so, contrived commotion would serve as a tool to convince the masses of their urgent need for rescue. In order to achieve the ultimate goal, students were encouraged to stress the social system to the breaking point, which would quash capitalism and institute socialism through a massive infusion of government intervention.

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In the same way it sought to undermine economic and social issues, the Cloward-Piven strategy functionally applies to the worldwide flu crisis to benefit health care reform. Obama has the power to compel the present system to provide every American with precautionary care. For instance, in anticipation of a global pandemic, "...a seed stock of a vaccine against the swine flu, which could be pushed into production should the number of cases jump significantly." Long lines of American citizens, lined up for hours, waiting to be vaccinated and eager to do whatever is necessary to assure the safety of their children is custom made for an Obama-type policy initiation.

Read the rest of the article HERE.


There's so much more to glean from this informative and eye-opening article. The Cloward-Piven strategy has been applied to almost everything that the current administration has dealt with in its first hundred plus days. This article shows how the administration is using it to push it's socialized medicine agenda into being.

There is something you can do -- you can contact your senators and your representative in congress and let them know how you feel about socialized or nationalized health. Do it now. This is going to be run through the legislative process as fast and furious as everything else has been since the current president took office. If he gives us time to consider what he's doing, he knows it won't pass the smell test with you or with me. Don't wait. Send those emails now and send them often. See the button on the side bar of this website for an easy way to do it.


  1. I have a Congressman, John Linder, who truly believes in America--it's sovereignty, it's Constitution, it's Citizens. My two senators voted in favor of the GIVE act...they are supposed to be Republicans, but they are simply RINO's. It matters little what I write them these days. Any conservative ideals are steam rolled over by the pestilence of the dhimmicrats. The pen might be mightier than the sword, but that might be simply because it's the only sharp instrument available.

  2. Thanks so much for commenting here. I'm in the same boat you are -- a conservative Congressman, freshman Jason Chaffetz, who "gets it" and two Republican supposed "conservative" but actual RINO senators, Orin Hatch and Bob Bennett. I write them regularly, even tho they don't seem to be catching on.

    I hope you're meeting up with Tea Party participants or online with where fellow (true) conservatives are trying to organize to help oust these RINOs. We can do it. I know we can. Don't give up.