Obama an ‘arsonist,’ left intentionally ‘fueling Americans’ resentment’

Rules_for_RadicalsAccording to award-winning journalist David Kupelian, Obama and the left are intentionally angering Americans, and it’s all part of the plan to “fundamentally transform” America. In his new book, “The Snapping of the American Mind,” Kupelian claims that fueling the anger and resentment of Americans is just one of the tactics the radical left is employing to in the quest to radically change the country.

“We’ve got to overcome anger because people don’t realize that not only does all this crazy stuff going on make them angry, which is understandable because [the left is] destroying the country, but causing the anger is strategic,” said Kupelian in a recent interview on The Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show. “You are intended to become angry.”

Kupelian obviously isn’t the the first or only person to make this claim, Many Americans who are aware of Obama’s past and his associations with well-known anti-American radicals know full well he is using the strategy laid out by Saul Alinsky in his book, “Rules for Radicals.” Alinsky’s book is the bible of the left, and details exactly how to destroy the United States from within, and then rebuild it as an impossible socialist utopia.

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