Alinsky, Islam And Radical Rules - Geller Report
Much has been said about Saul Alinsky, but no one noticed the similarities between his ‘”rules for radicals” and Islamic values and law (Sharia). Alinsky’s rules were written to Western radicals and that is why his rules, which encourage revolution and deception, never went as far as the radicalism in Islamic law. The two ideologies, however, are ‘kindred spirits’ with similar tactics and goals regarding how society should interact, structured and divided, especially in regards to the topic of attaining power and wealth creation.
Both Islamic and Alinsky’s rules view power and wealth as not something to be created and developed within an individual or a group but to be seized in a hostile take over from others who are perceived as ‘enemies.’ Followers of these two seemingly different ideologies are encouraged to view their own power to be in the hands and control of others and lack of power as due to someone else having taken it away from them. Like a ball, power is to be forcefully snatched from other team member.Add a comment