PBS’ Moyers Says Saul Alinsky ‘A Good American’

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Bill Moyers used his Friday night PBS show to defend community organizing icon Saul Alinsky from Newt Gingrich’s recent attacks. Alinsky’s 1971 book “Rules for Radicals,” which was dedicated to Lucifer, popularized many organizing tactics.

Moyers quipped “Maybe that’s why Newt Gingrich has been slandering Alinsky’s name,” Moyers said. “Maybe he’s afraid. Afraid the very white folks he’s been rousing to a frenzy will discover who Saul Alinsky really was. A patriot, in a long line of patriots, who scorned the malignant narcissism of duplicitous politicians and taught every day Americans to think for themselves and to fight together for a better life. That’s the American way, and any good historian would know it.”


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4 thoughts on “PBS’ Moyers Says Saul Alinsky ‘A Good American’

  1. Moyers may have retired from Broadcasting but he certainly has not retired from the CFR, Trilateral Commission or Bilderberg Globalist Groups. He along with Charlie Rose seem to have suddenly resurfaced from the Globalist minions to attempt to affect the course of the New World Order that the Bush family is so fond of.

    Then ther is Andrew Britebart gushing after dinner with Bill Ayres and Bernadine Dorn.

    Treason seems to be in VOGUE these days. Did anyone notice Madonna’s Globalist inspired Half-Time show. Fashism is on sale today in the Media.

  2. I actually watched this on Friday night. I thought we were rid of Komrade Moyers when he retired recently, but, apparently not.

  3. Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals is a blueprint for the orchestrated overthrow of the lawful government of the United States.

    THIS is good Americanism?


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