The anti-Christian Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) sent a vehement letter to Northern Illinois University (NIU) demanding it remove the Bible from the university’s hotel rooms.
Why? Because angry atheists find it “obnoxious.”
In response the University gave into this complaint and removed ALL the Gideon-placed Bibles from their hotel rooms. No resistance. No court of law. No rational response. Just do what we’re told or suffer ‘Bad Press.’
This is but another in a long line of minority-opinions given credence, under the mistaken assumption that the U.S. is NOT a Christian Nation and to make non-believers comfortable the majority must consider their feelings and alter over 200 years of American history.
The U.S. Supreme has ruled that The Bible is Free Speech and, as such, may be voiced and distributed in public places, under our Constitution.
So, how do these anti-God groups continue to win [simply by writing a letter of condemnation]?
The answer is in found in Stalin’s use of the phrase “Useful Idiots.” A concept drawn from Vladimir Lenin’s plan to conquer the world through Communism, with Russia ultimately ruling over all.
In the U.S. it was Saul Alinsky, the child of Jewish Russian immigrants settled in Chicago. His chosen field of endeavor was architecture but the Great Depression thwarted his goals. He was eventually hired by the State of Illinois as a criminologist, but also began working as an organizer with the Congress of Industrial Organizations (The C.I.O.), part time.
By 1939, he became less active in the labor movement and more active in general community organization. His purpose was to “turn scattered, voiceless discontent into a united protest.” He also won the admiration and praise of Adlai Stevenson (a one-time Presidential Candidate with the Democrat Party), who said Alinsky, “most faithfully reflects our ideals of brotherhood, tolerance, charity and dignity of the individual.”
Saul Alinksy died in 1972, after writing two important books: “Rules For Radicals,” and “Reveille For Radicals.” It would be a young Wellesley student (Hillary Rodham) who would make Alinksy a somewhat household name among political radicals.
Hillary wrote her Senior Thesis  on Alinsky’s “Rules For Radicals,” having met him at a Church (?) Youth Meeting in Chicago. Admittedly, her Thesis was a critique of the book, not a tribute. However, she closed her thesis by emphasizing that she thought Alinsky deserved a place in the pantheon of social activists, alongside Martin Luther King, Walt Whitman and Eugene Debs (labor leader and 5-time Socialist Party Candidate for President].
Another Democrat by the name of Barak Obama would also mention Alinsky in his book: Dreams From My Father. Mentored by the communist Frank Marshall, a man whom the 1951 report of the Commission on Subversive Activities (Territory of Hawaii), and the U.S. House Un-American Activities Committee accused of being involved in several communist-front organizations, Marshall would be (in Obama’s words) like a second father to him.
What did Alinksy say? He outlined 8 Rules For Radicals: How To Create A Social State. It’s proven to be quite simple. The eight rules are:
- Control healthcare and you control the people
- Increase the Poverty level as high as possible, poor people are easier to control and will not fight back if you are providing everything for them to live.
- Increase the debt to an unsustainable level. That way you are able to increase taxes, and this will produce more poverty.
- Remove the ability to defend themselves from the Government. That way you are able to create a police state.
- Take control of every aspect of their lives (Food, Housing, and Income)
- Take control of what people read and listen to – take control of what children learn in school
- Remove the belief in God from the Government and from Schools
- Divide the people into the wealthy and the poor. This will cause more discontent and it will be easier to take (Tax) the wealthy with the support of the poor.
Does any of this sound familiar? It is a simplified version of Lenin’s Plan. It demands Central Control of all Governmental Agencies and Policies. It works to create a social system divided into two parts: 1. Leaders and 2. Workers.
Leaders know what’s best and can be trusted to use wealth properly. Workers do not know what’s best and are therefore relegated to do the menial (and necessary) work.
Standing between this Ideal and our current Reality, is God! God is NOT a Communist, nor a Socialist. God advocates for Individual Responsibility, governed by the noblest of ideals: The Bible.
NOW do you understand why Bibles must be removed from the public discourse and domain?
NOW do you understand why our lower courts support these demands?
NOW do you understand the Calls for Gun Control, Federal Educational Guidelines, Universal Healthcare, as well as an Insane National Debt?
Only God stands between Them and Us! NOW do you understand all the talk about how the U.S. is not now / has never been a Christian Nation?
The technical reality, however, is that biblical principles have dominated the thinking and polices of this nation, since it’s inception….until now.
So….What Policies Do YOU Support? You just may be a “Radical!”