Saturday, 3 April 2010

Cameron, The Tories and Lucifer United By The Big Society

This is a copy of an e mail I sent to the Christian Party this morning.

Dear Sir,

First of I would like to say that I watched the TV show with the Revd. George Hargreaves and enjoyed immensely the civility of the debate and also the courteousness of the gentleman.

I thought I would draw your attention to the article below from the commentator Melanie Phillips.

It concerns the central policy of the conservative party, the Big Society and its links to an avowed Satanist, Saul Alinksy.

In the article Melanie Phillips confirms that the Tories are saying they are 'inspired' in their policies by a man whose ideas were inspired by Lucifer.

In fact Saul Alinksy dedicated his book, Rules for Radicals to Lucifer.

Therefore the Conservative Party are going to impose Luciferian policies on the country if they get into power.

As you are well aware the struggle against evil is not just spiritual it is also enacted on the material plane , in that the degradation of the material world and civic society assists Lucifer in the conquest of individual souls, for the more materially degraded the world is then evil is more swiftly able to undermine the spirit and soul of individuals.

The fruit of a sick society, is the corruption of individual souls.

A sick society creates sick people and hence they are able to be conquered easier by evil - and whilst the Cameron Conservatives support the Islamisation of British society, the triumph of materialism and cash value over Christian morality and British culture, support the power of capital over Christ and support turning the Church of England into a Quasi-Marxist Cult of political correctness run by homosexual rights activists and liberals who try and equate Jesus Christ with Che Guevara and Marx with God.

The image above shows this.

This image was actually hung from my local church a few years ago. Whilst Christians in Cuba were sitting in prison camps for their faith, the leaders of the Church of England were seeking to equate Christ with Che Guevara. Unbelievable.

Anyway, the article below proves that the Tories policies are inspired by a man who was inspired by Lucifer.

I believe that you should be aware of the nature of the enemy you face, for whilst we are taught in book and movies that evil exists, it is shown by Hollywood, which is the propaganda wing of Lucifer, as a thing of monsters and demons in order to disarm people from the reality of the real enemy.

Real evil operates in the world via those that seek to degrade the souls of men and it 'inspires' them to facilitate the corruption of the souls of others.

Lucifer triumphs in this world not through battles but by seductions.

The world is transformed into evil a single soul at a time, as a granite block is transformed into a sculpture via a single chisel chip at a time.

I wish you all the best in the forthcoming elections and hope to see you resist not just Islamism and the degradation of British society but also for you to speak out in the name of Christians worldwide - from the persecuted faithful of China in the laogai to the abused priests in Israel spat on in the streets by Zionists.


L. J. Barnes LLB (Hons)

When I read newspaper reports of David Cameron’s ‘big society’ speech, my heart sank. Not because I disapprove of the idea of the ‘big society’ replacing the ‘big state’; on the contrary, I have been banging on about this for years. Having seen the way in which locally administered public services can regenerate a community and its social glue, I am deeply persuaded of the paramount need to get the state out of people’s lives and restore the ‘little platoons’ of civic society.

My heart sank because, once again, Cameron appeared to be facing in two directions at once. Proclaiming his intention to end the ‘big state’, what he actually seemed to be proposing – according to the reports presumably informed by background briefings on his speech – was to a large extent a redirection of state administered funds from centrally delivered to locally administered services. But that doesn’t end the ‘big state’ at all. Instead, it nationalises the voluntary sector and thus extends the size and power of the state.

What the state pays for, it controls. The only way to end that control is to end the taxpayer-funded structure of these services. And even if you look at the most radical of the Tories’ public sector proposals, the ‘Swedish model’ school reforms proposed by Michael Gove, these parent-run schools will still be constrained by state regulation.

So I was disheartened by what appeared to be another example of over-heated spin. But that was before I read the speech itself and, even more astounding, the Tory party’s own story puffing this speech. At this point I fell off my chair. For the party’s puff trumpeted:

The new policies announced as part of the Big Society plan include:
“Neighbourhood army” of 5,000 full-time, professional community organisers who will be trained with the skills they need to identify local community leaders, bring communities together, help people start their own neighbourhood groups, and give communities the help they need to take control and tackle their problems. This plan is directly based on the successful community organising movement established by Saul Alinsky in the United States and has successfully trained generations of community organisers, including President Obama (my emphasis).

Ye gods. Rub your eyes, folks. Saul Alinsky?? Followers of this blog will know that I have written many times about Alinsky and his baleful influence over Obama. For Alinsky-ite 'community organisers' are not good-hearted volunteers serving soup to the poor. I wrote here:

The seditious role of the community organiser was developed by an extreme left intellectual called Saul Alinsky. He was a radical Chicago activist who, by the time he died in 1972, had had a profound influence on the highest levels of the Democratic party. Alinsky was a ‘transformational Marxist’ in the mould of Antonio Gramsci, who promoted the strategy of a ‘long march through the institutions’ by capturing the culture and turning it inside out as the most effective means of overturning western society. In similar vein, Alinsky condemned the New Left for alienating the general public by its demonstrations and outlandish appearance. The revolution had to be carried out through stealth and deception. Its proponents had to cultivate an image of centrism and pragmatism. A master of infiltration, Alinsky wooed Chicago mobsters and Wall Street financiers alike. And successive Democratic politicians fell under his spell.

His creed was set out in his book ‘Rules for Radicals’ – a book he dedicated to Lucifer, whom he called the ‘first radical’.

It was Alinsky for whom ‘change’ was his mantra. And by ‘change’, he meant a Marxist revolution achieved by slow, incremental, Machiavellian means which turned society inside out. This had to be done through systematic deception, winning the trust of the naively idealistic middle class by using the language of morality to conceal an agenda designed to destroy it. And the way to do this, he said, was through ‘people’s organisations’.

Community organisers would mobilise direct action by the oppressed masses against their capitalist oppressors. In FrontPageMagazine.Com John Perazzo writes:

These People’s Organizations were to be composed largely of discontented individuals who believed that society was replete with injustices that prevented them from being able to live satisfying lives. Such organizations, Alinsky advised, should not be imported from the outside into a community, but rather should be staffed by locals who, with some guidance from trained radical organizers, could set their own agendas.

The installment of local leaders as the top-level officers of People’s Organizations helped give the organizations credibility and authenticity in the eyes of the community. This tactic closely paralleled the longtime Communist Party strategy of creating front organizations that ostensibly were led by non-communist fellow-travelers, but which were in fact controlled by Party members behind the scenes...

Alinsky viewed as supremely important the role of the organizer, or master manipulator, whose guidance was responsible for setting the agendas of the People’s Organization... Alinsky laid out a set of basic principles to guide the actions and decisions of radical organizers and the People’s Organizations they established. The organizer, he said, ‘must first rub raw the resentments of the people; fan the latent hostilities to the point of overt expression. He must search out controversy and issues, rather than avoid them, for unless there is controversy people are not concerned enough to act.’[40] The organizer’s function, he added, was ‘to agitate to the point of conflict’[41] and ‘to maneuver and bait the establishment so that it will publicly attack him as a “dangerous enemy.” ‘[42] ‘The word ‘enemy,’ said Alinsky, ‘is sufficient to put the organizer on the side of the people’;[43] i.e., to convince members of the community that he is so eager to advocate on their behalf, that he has willingly opened himself up to condemnation and derision.

The British Conservative party has signed up to the revolutionary Marxist politics of Saul Alinsky and his seditious strategy of using ‘community organisers’ to turn the people against the state and against the bedrock moral and social values of their country – and it is almost certainly too ignorant, lazy or stupid to realise that this is what it means.


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alanorei said...

Excellent letter, Lee

'Tying the rag to the bush' as the saying goes.

Anonymous said...

‘to maneuver and bait the establishment so that it will publicly attack him as a “dangerous enemy.” ‘[42] ‘The word ‘enemy,’ said Alinsky, ‘is sufficient to put the organizer on the side of the people’;[43] i.e., to convince members of the community that he is so eager to advocate on their behalf, that he has willingly opened himself up to condemnation and derision.

That last bit of becoming "the enemy of the establishment" actually reminded me of the BNP!

Anyway, there is no reason why the BNP can't use similar tactics to promote a nationalist agenda within a community. Saul Alinsky wanted to use these tactics to promote Communism, but these tactics could be used for any cause you want. In fact, what with the end of that quote reminding me of the BNP, maybe the BNP already is!