Why did Wikipedia delete this part of the 1966 strategy to tank a nation that's getting lots of chatter online? ๐Ÿค”
ยท Mar 21, 2024 ยท NottheBee.com

In 1966, American sociologists Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven outlined a strategy for toppling the United States, and it's gone viral this last week. See if you can spot why.

That's what Wikipedia used to read.

Unfortunately, "every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street building has been renamed, every date has been altered."

On March 20th, the page was edited. Look at the screen name of the editor.

"Marxist Pronoun Haver"

Can't make it up!

Anyway, this is the page now:

The commies don't want you to know what the commies want to do!

The claim is that this "unsourced material" was contradicting other points on the page.

Let's talk about the Cloward-Piven Strategy then to see how contradictory the info was.

Here's academic James Lindsey on Joe Rogan, who is a bit bananas-crazy on religion but hasn't missed yet on the commie playbook. I'll give you his short definition and the 6-minute clip:

[Language after the 1st minute because ... Rogan]

Lindsey's definition:

You take advantage of a system and the way that it's set up so that you overwhelm it. In this case, you're going to overwhelm social services, you're going to overwhelm border enforcement, you're going to overwhelm whatever they're doing in the cities - it's like tens of thousands of dollars per taxpayer or whatever per year going dealing with what they're calling the "Migrant Crisis." So you try to overwhelm the system in order to basically collapse it so that you can create a crisis, and the crisis creates the excuse to bring in new policies ... this is an old strategy, well-documented.

Lindsey told Rogan "it's impossible to deny the Biden administration is implementing it" because of how the White House is fighting Texas to keep the border open and unprotected.

He also mentioned George Soros and the UN on that issue.

It's not just a bunch of people from South America and China or wherever else, and a bunch of Mexicans, wandering up to the border and just like, 'Hey, I'm here." ... It's coordinated with a lot of money behind it.

So why wouldn't the leftist Wikipedia editors want us to know about this? After all, you can go to YouTube or a bunch of other sites to read material going back decades about Cloward and Piven. This isn't some new thing. It's been out in the open for 60 years.

It feels like the Wiki editors' removal of the material they called "politically-motivated vandalism" is itself an act of politically-motivated vandalism!

Lindsey said this in a followup post:

Once the American repubic and constitution fall, they can get away with anything and put the whole world in this system, under their control and to their enrichment. If they're ideologically Communist, as some surely are, they can run the tools to try to remake man, as their religion demands.

Soviet propaganda was famous for depicting the ideal "New Man"

Remember, in politics, the Left names things the opposite of what they actually do (like the "Inflation Reduction Act" or the "Don't Say Gay Bill").

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