'More of our elections going forward will feature' divisive tactic
by AARON KLEIN
November 27, 2012
Quote:A George Soros-funded radical think tank with close ties to the Democratic Party has launched a new website urging politicians and activists to wage class warfare while hailing what it calls a new era in politics – the use of class warfare to win elections.
WageClassWar.org was launched last week by the Campaign for America’s Future, or CAF.
CAF’s co-director, Robert Borosage, explained the need for such a website.
“America’s growing diversity and its increasingly socially liberal attitudes played a big role in this election. But looking back, we are likely to see this as the first of the class warfare elections of our new Gilded Age of extreme inequality,” he wrote in a statement.
“More and more of our elections going forward will feature class warfare – only this time with the middle class fighting back. And candidates are going to have to be clear about which side they are on,” he wrote.
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If old George Soros cares so much, he could give ALL of his money to the govt for distribution.
FORWARD into the glorious future of the 17th century. We will soon shout with joy of forced failure of all advocated in The Leveler Papers of 1640. "All men level. None greater than any other." And the Party will bring this about by pretending to become Mommy. It will hold our hands, change our diapers, and make sure we eat our pablum. The only thing that will be different is that when we fall down they won't pick us up. It will stomp all who remain standing into the dirt.
Is everybody happy?
What a wonderful This Tuesday™ is turning out to be where the lowest common denominator can become the only denominator.
Sugar Daddy Bear, you're in good form this morning.
Soros always wanted to exterminate those that shared the same beliefs as those in the "evil rich minority".
He did it by hiding his identity and helping others to accomplish his goals.
Find/Replace 'proletarian' with 'middle class'. Yeah that's the ticket. They take some care in using the word 'workers' though.
Seems to work doesn't it. Never mind that the planet's middle class has EXPLODED in nominal and proportional terms. Capitalism's capacity for equalization is a knock on effect not an end unto itself (which lends it comparative morality)....but the provincial view is easier to sell.
Defining what it is? 'usefully', blurry for the demagogues.