San Bernardino video on ACORN released

James O’Keefe, who filmed it with Hannah Giles, posing as pimp and prostitute, just posted it saying

**This is a Part I of the ACORN San Bernardino exposé. Updates to follow”¦

Alinsky Rule #8: Keep the pressure on. Never let up.

The ACORN employee, among other things, tells them maybe to increase violence against their underage prostitutes to increase cash flow. After boasting about how she shot her husband.

I am not making this up.


  1. Hey Bob! Let’s take a timeout…

    Couple ‘a three weeks ago you suggested that we airing concern ore the decidedly Fascist bent this country has taken these past (strike seventy-five /strike) eight years should “take a chill pill” – backoff a bit and reassess.

    I smell a setup, a “false flag”.

    Think about it.

    I’m diggin’ the Alinsky stuff, thank you. Reading that seventy-two interview took me back to where I first read it, though not with the negativity I usually experience when I flashback to that (no longer so) far away place. Seeing it in print reminds me I’d never forgotten.

    • Read in the interview what Alinsky says about what the 30’s were like, when asked if the current situation was violent and polarizing. (I think I’ll blog it on Saturday.)

      Here’s one part.

      ALINSKY: Yeah, those were exciting days to be alive in. And goddamn violent days, too. Whenever people wail to me about all the violence and disorder in American life today, I tell them to take a hard look back at the Thirties. At one time, you had thousands of American veterans encamped along the Anacostia petitioning the Government for a subsistence bonus until they were driven out at bayonet point by the Army, led by “I shall return” MacArthur. Negroes were being lynched regularly in the South as the first stirrings of black opposition began to be felt, and many of the white civil rights organizers and labor agitators who had started to work with them were tarred, feathered, castrated — or killed. Most Southern politicians were members of the Ku Klux Klan and had no compunction about boasting of it.

      The giant corporations were unbelievably arrogant and oppressive and would go to any lengths to protect their freedom — the freedom to exploit and the freedom to crush any obstacle blocking the golden road to mammon. Not one American corporation — oil, steel, auto, rubber, meat packing — would allow its workers to organize; labor unions were branded subversive and communistic and any worker who didn’t toe the line was summarily fired and then blacklisted throughout the industry. When they defied their bosses, they were beaten up or murdered by company strikebreakers or gunned down by the police of corrupt big-city bosses allied with the corporations, like in the infamous Memorial Day Massacre in Chicago when dozens of peaceful pickets were shot in the back.

    • Not sure what you mean by false flag. Please elucidate.

      • A setup, sting, snooker. Something just doesn’t feel right about this. Something well within the military/media/medial complex’s abilities to fabricate.

          • Gotta agree with TenBears, this is starting to look *too* outlandish. The smell I’m getting off it is reminding me of the outlandish/paranoid/insane claims made by teabagger extremists, as though someone sympathetic to them wrote the script. How do we know this is all legitimate?

          • Have you watched the videos? They seem convincing and unscripted to me. Should it prove to be a hoax, I’ll happily eat my words.

            But I don’t think that’s going to happen.

  2. Faux News knew that the “pimp and prostitute” central to the ACORN controversy were fake.

    And they played it, over and over and over again.

    Stupid white trash.

  3. It might seem to me that the ACORN guys might allege that they were on to tha-pimp and his offer of 15 prostitute children, so there they were playing along. And that might very well be the case. But anyone with bit of brain knows that that kind of propositions are no laughing matter; they should’ve kept the conversation a couple of minutes until the police arrived.

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