Michelles’ Boot Camp For Radicals

September 5, 2008

Michelle's Boot Camps For Radicals

Election '08: Democrats' reintroduction of
militant Michelle Obama in Denver was supposed
to show her softer side. But it only highlighted
a radical part of her resume: Public Allies.

Read More: Election 2008

Barack Obama was a founding member of the board
of Public Allies in 1992, resigning before his
wife became executive director of the Chicago
chapter of Public Allies in 1993. Obama plans
to use the nonprofit group, which he features
on his campaign Web site, as the model for a
national service corps. He calls his Orwellian
program, "Universal Voluntary Public Service."

Big Brother had nothing on the Obamas. They plan
to herd American youth into government-funded
reeducation camps where they'll be brainwashed
into thinking America is a racist, oppressive
place in need of "social change."

The pitch Public Allies makes on its Web site
doesn't seem all that radical. It promises to
place young adults (18-30) in paid one-year
"community leadership" positions with nonprofit
or government agencies. They'll also be required
to attend weekly training workshops and three
retreats.

In exchange, they'll get a monthly stipend of up
to $1,800, plus paid health and child care. They
also get post-service education award of $4,725
that can be used to pay off past student loans or
fund future education.

But its real mission is to radicalize American
youth and use them to bring about "social change"
through threats, pressure, tension and confronta-
tion, the tactics used by the father of community
organizing, Saul "The Red" Alinsky.

"Our alumni are more than twice as likely as
18-34 year olds to engage in protest activities,"
Public Allies boasts in a document found with its
tax filings. It has already deployed an army of
2,200 community organizers like Obama to agitate
for "justice" and "equality" in his hometown of
Chicago, other U.S. cities, including Cincinnati,
Los Angeles, Milwaukee, New York, Phoenix,
Pittsburgh and Washington. "I get to practice
being an activist," and get paid for it, gushed
Cincinnati recruit Amy Vincent.

Public Allies promotes "diversity and inclusion,
" a program paper says. More than 70% of its
recruits are "people of color." When they're not
protesting, they're staffing AIDS clinics,handing
out condoms, bailing criminals out of jail and
helping illegal aliens and the homeless obtain
food stamps and other welfare.

Public Allies brags that more than 80% of
graduates have continued working in nonprofit or
government jobs.It's training the next generation
of nonprofit leaders" and  future "social
entrepreneurs."

Reprinted from: Investors Business Daily
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2 Responses to “Michelles’ Boot Camp For Radicals”

  1. jackenstein Says:

    This is scary. While everyone talks about this stuff, we are all too busy making our bills to do anything about it. I’m afraid this is just a small part of the erosion of the true American way and spirit. Rather sad, rather sad. Terrorist camps in our own country, schools that teach hatred for America, corrupt inability to properly enforce immigration issues, we are definitely on a bad road. 20 years from now, we will be telling our grandchildren about the once great America, and how it fell to political correctness and minority whim.

  2. Tom Says:

    I couldn’t agree with the wondrful blog more. You are brilliant, tin hat, or no tin hat. Keep up the great work. I will be a regular from now on and will pass this blog along to my friends.

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