• http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com/ Ymarsakar

    Now that’s insurgency and infiltration. All organizations are vulnerable to such operations, but especially those that need to hide their true activities.

    The reason why Soviet and Stasi secret police tactics were effective was that it broke up attempts to organize or form cells of like minded individuals by ensuring that every person would be suspicious of their neighbors and afraid of being reported for suspicious acts. Thus everybody acquired the incentive to keep their ideas close to themselves and not spread out and connect with others.

    Disinformation works on a similar premise. If you have a problem with the AP or the New York Times reporting things you don’t want them to report, you can give them disinformation, stuff they report as true which you already know isn’t true, and thus you can hammer them in the public view. As well as inculcate a paranoia amongst them, making them unsure what sources they have are or are not false. It becomes much harder for them to then trust legitimate or ‘leaks’ because they don’t know if they are being setup. They get 50 false positives and 50 real positives, how can they tell which is which? Guess? That takes up a lot of energy on their part that would have been put into issuing propaganda against Republicans or the war effort.

    ACORN, and all the rest, function as insurgents and infiltrators, subverters as well, of the US system. They count on the fact that there are so many of em that the US system can’t smoke all of em out. The US, because it doesn’t know who is or is not guilty, presumes innocence and gives the benefit of the doubt. This is useful for infiltrators and saboteurs, cause it gives them legitimate cover in their activities.

    Well, the thing about all this stuff is that it isn’t just useful for ACORN or the Stasi. It is also useful to us, if we use it against them. Violence, like much of anything up to and including political espionage and assassination, is just a tool. What good or evil it does depends upon the user.

  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com/ Ymarsakar

    Btw, Ozzie, a former commenter at this blog, used to say that ACORN had no voter fraud. She also said that she was ‘independent’, and not a mouth piece for ACORN or Democrat or Republican propaganda.

    This is why I feel contempt for certain large segments of the human species, people. THey are either, 1. liars or 2. so easily duped that I might as join the people deceiving them as it would be more effective than ‘reason’.

  • Tonestaple

    Yes, Acorn is bad, Acorn is just a wrong organization, etc., etc., no argument here. But what strikes me is the utterly blase attitude of that evil woman who is happy to help two people consign teenagers to a living hell.

    If that were really a pimp and one of “his girls,” and they were going to get a house from which they would run their house of prostitution, those girls from El Salvador would be slaves. They would be chained in the basement and only allowed upstairs to turn tricks. They would be fed the bare minimum to keep them alive and that would be added to the cost of their travel to the US to keep them in servitude forever.

    It’s plenty awful enough when anyone supports slavery, but for black Americans to do it is exceptionally obscene. You may be certain that the two women we saw moan and carp about discrimination and the legacy of slavery at every opportunity. Yet they do not scruple to help another person relegate these Salvadoran girls to hell on earth.

  • Charles Martel

    It’s plenty awful enough when anyone supports slavery, but for black Americans to do it is exceptionally obscene. You may be certain that the two women we saw moan and carp about discrimination and the legacy of slavery at every opportunity. Yet they do not scruple to help another person relegate these Salvadoran girls to hell on earth.”

    One of the greatest perversities of human nature is our ability to kill compassion and fellow-feeling at exactly those moments when you’d think we’d be most likely to indulge them. I’m sure the attitude of those two despicable ACORN women is, “We suffered, so why shouldn’t somebody else?”

    Pretty low.

  • http://OgBlog.net Earl

    I don’t know whether Holder is listening or not….I doubt it will make much difference one way or the other. “This isn’t the (corruption) you’re looking for….”

    He has his priorities and this kind of thing isn’t going to move him to spend his limited resources on it…..unless the pressure is raised too high.

    Congress could force the issue, of course – call ol’ Eric in for hearings…but what do you think the chance of THAT is? Right.

    “ACORN’s Waterloo?” From your lips to G*d’s ears!

  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com/ Ymarsakar

    Those two were never slaves. They never knew any slaves. They’ve been taught to hate, but it wasn’t slavery they were taught to hate.

    They weren’t slaves so they could not hate slavery. They’ve never known it so they can’t have something they’ve never known. They’ve never been taught the truth about slavery. If they were, they would already know that the Dems, their former masters, are their current masters. Nothing has changed, except some local quibbles about geography.

  • Danny Lemieux

    ACORN should be RICOd.