Saul Alinsky, an avowed neo-Marxist, was a paid community organizer ending up in Chicago in 1938. He said he was in jail a couple of times in the Midwest, where he wrote his first book, "Reveille for Radicals." It was a primer for radicals a call to action followed by a case book of ground-up tactics to success. He said morals and ethics were impediments to success. He also taught that any means to reach your goal was OK. Not a problem.
He ended up in the "back of the woods" slum in Chicago. The city was rife with corruption and unemployment was unusually high. This was perfect ground for him. He espoused two things, take down the present form of government from within and take from the haves and give to the have-nots. Sound familiar?
In 1971 he introduced his book "Rules for Radicals," rules Barack Obama and his associates follow today. He dedicated this book to the devil and said when he died he wanted to go to hell because hell would be heaven to him.
Obama is an Alinskyite. He helped fund the Alinsky Academy in South Chicago. The Wood's Fund, a nonprofit on which Obama was a paid director from 1999 to December 2002 provided startup funds and later capital to the Midwest Academy. He sat on the board with William Ayers, founder of the Weather Underground domestic terror group. Midwest describes itself as the nation's oldest and best-known school committed to "progressive change," which is socialism.
Obama spent time teaching community workshops on the Alinsky Method. In 1985 he began a four-year stint as community organizer in Chicago, working for an Alinsky group called the Developing Communities Project. Camouflage is the key to Alinsky-style organization.
Obama was trying to build a coalition of black churches. He caught flak for not attending church. He immediately became the instant churchgoer. Hypocritical, is it not?
There is so much more to report but space doesn't allow it. I hope the above will give you an insight on the real Obama when you cast your next vote.