Obama’s Cloward-Piven Weapon of Mass Destruction

Posted: October 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

Wayne Root Oct. 15, 2014 5:50pm

I am Barack Obama’s classmate at Columbia University, Class of ’83. We were taught a plan back then to collapse the U.S. economy and destroy this country. It was called “Cloward-Piven” (named after a husband and wife professor team at Columbia). The Cloward-Piven plan involved using spending, entitlements, debt and crisis after crisis to overwhelm the system, distract and overwhelm the citizens, and cause the collapse of America. At that point the people would be on their knees begging for big government to save them from drowning. They’d willingly accept a socialist Nanny State without argument or debate under duress.

People agree to all kinds of terrible things while their lives and survival hangs in the balance. Panic causes bad decision-making. That’s the key- panic and duress. With your job gone, income gone, or facing a massive 9-11-like terrorist attack, or devastating Ebola pandemic, the country is in a panic. “Cloward-Piven” counted on the citizenry making a very bad decision under duress- choosing the very group that destroyed your life (government) as your savior.

Don’t look now but it’s happening. America is crumbling- and it all comes back to the border and those illegal aliens celebrating Obama. This is no mistake. This is no coincidence. This is a plan.

Obama only has two years left to completely destroy America. He knows as of days from now he’ll probably be dealing with a Republican Senate, as well as an expanded GOP House. He knows there is a good chance he’ll face impeachment hearings. He knows that his presidency is effectively over as of November 4th- he will never pass another bill.

Then there’s the third wild card that comes from an open border. Foreigners sick with Ebola are free to walk across that border. One single Ebola case costs over a million dollars. One. Can you imagine the cost of thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, even millions of Ebola cases? It’s unimaginable, unaffordable and unsustainable for the U.S. economy.

An Ebola pandemic could explode in Mexico, Central and South America. Sick and frightened citizens of those countries could invade our border by the millions looking to escape the pandemic, or use the U.S. healthcare system to save themselves. Isn’t this Cloward-Piven’s dream?






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