The Cloward – Piven Strategy

Irish Savant – Mon Sept 2, 2019

Anyone else notice the Cloward-Piven strategy popping up with increasing frequency? I certainly have and I’m not sure what it signifies. Briefly the C-P strategy was one developed by two Marxist sociologists (are there any other kind?) in the sixties with the aim of ‘bringing down the system’. This would be achieved primarily by overloading the welfare system until the Government could no longer make the payments. This would be followed by turmoil in the streets as the welfare parasites rioted, at which point a well-prepared cadre of left-wing extremists would seize power and implement a Communist dictatorship. “Cadres of aggressive organizers . . . from the civil rights movement and the churches, from militant low-income organizations like those formed by Saul Alinksy and other groups on the Left”. The authors whisper that the objective is ‘to end poverty once and for all’ but like all left-wing ideologues they couldn’t care less about ordinary people. They love The People but hate people.
I imagine that the plan received a cool reception when first published. I mean it wouldn’t have seemed very practical, would it? But considering what’s happened in the meantime it seems like an inspirational blueprint. Bear in mind that the strategy gelled elegantly with the rest of the Cultural Marxist nation-wrecking agenda (and is in many ways a derivative of the (problem / reaction / solution) Hegelian Dialectic). This includes mass immigration of Third World parasites, the undermining of the family with a consequent increase in welfare dependency, the fostering of a grievance / entitlement culture, the fanning of racial resentment, weakening personal accountability and the traditional sense of duty etc.
C-P identify many supporting initiatives to enable their strategy such as getting governments to become heavily involved in charities, either by financially supporting established charities and/or taking on the roles formerly performed by religious institutions, undermining faith in traditional institutions like law enforcement by, inter alia, sharply tilting the system in favour of defendants and to foster the belief that government deficits don’t matter.
If you consider all that’s gone down in the intervening time their strategy reads less like a theoretical fantasy and more like a blueprint for our NWO globalist overlords to destroy White nations. As Henry Ford said about The Protocols Of Zion ‘I’m making no comment on them. I just ask you to look at what’s been written and what has come to pass in the interim’. The plan seems close to fruition. Now all that’s needed is the spark to ignite End Game. How long more can governments, especially that of the USA, continue to spend more than they earn? How long more will native Whites put up with the abusive behaviour and parasitism of our minorities?
I don’t know. But we should read all of this in the light of the American Government’s frantic attempts to disarm its White citizens – and that’s what ‘gun control’ all about – while arming their own forces to the teeth. Many people have a sense that something is going terribly wrong with their societies but are unable to connect the dots.
That’s our job.


10 responses to “The Cloward – Piven Strategy”


    Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye your pearls
    before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn again and rend


  2. Great article by The Irish Savant…!!

    Oh, by the way Duke, do you ever come up with “rational” thoughts on your own?

    You seem to select irrelevant phrases from your “Holy Book” of contradictions and
    irrationality. You are so irrational yet you portray yourself as rational…? Get yourself a dictionary and study it for a few years…you’ll be way more enlightened than wasting your time on the Jew Book of Holy Gibberish for Christ’s sake!

    Do you really think Jesus was the only one who could figure out that you shouldn’t
    waste your time with shitheads and dumbasses?

    Do you really think Jesus was the only one who could figure out that you shouldn’t do
    to others what you don’t want them to do to you?

    This is the response you can expect when you parrot the same old platitudes over and
    over and over… Grow up!

    Here is a rational man who took the blinders off:
    Charles Giuliani

    Truth Hertz: Uncovering the Real History of Hebrews in Ancient Egypt (7-29-19)

  3. @Voltman

    quote; “Oh, by the way Duke, do you ever come up with “rational” thoughts on your own?”

    I have argued with Christians until I was blue in the face for 40 years. It took me a long time to figure out why they stared at me with blank faces, often like deer eyes caught in the headlights. I couldn’t figure them out until I read Richard Dawkins and Susan Blackmore about memetics, how memes work, etc.

    What is going on is incredible simple and dummy me I should of (and could of) figured it out but didn’t understand the reality of religious programming. They are programmed. Just like a computer they are literally programmed to believe the memes and not think.

    Duke does not think like you think Voltman. If you ask him a question or say something that contradicts what they believe what they do is search the database for some memorized meme of their faith and then respond by quoting it or looking it up in their holy book. Often, in real conversations with them (I live near a Christian campus and often still argue with them) you can literally see their eyes darting and they search for a pre-programmed response that sometimes doesn’t even match the debate.

    They also often change the topic (because they can find a way to respond) when cornered – and the one strategy that they have tried on me many times was saying if I was willing to take the risk of being wrong. So was I willing to risk hell by not believing in Jesus/Gospel/hell etc. Their faith a betting strategy I would counter. Then they would separate from the conversation and promise to pray for me (the ultimate insult).

    The requirement of faith is to believe things without proof. Once you as an individual decide to go along with the group and just believe it puts you in a bad place if you want to actually defend or apologize for the faith. It can’t be done for the simple reason it was never based on logic, reason, or facts. No Christian has ever proved sin. Sin is a meme, it is in the holy book and in your mind, outside of that it doesn’t exist. The entire basis for Christian is based on sin being real, but it isn’t real, so how can any Christian defend themselves if they believe in a concept like sin which can not be proved? Like I’ve said a trillion times, who needs Jesus if sin isn’t real?

    Religious people of any faith pretty much have to believe what the book says or they are out. Any questioning is a problem and will not be tolerated. So the net result of membership is to just go along, not question, agree with the group, don’t make waves, etc. Believers make social groups based on beliefs, if they get to far off the main group they have to go elsewhere and form a new branch.

    So this why you have “reformed” isms. Sometimes they go to war over their minor ism differences. No greater hate is leveled than toward a rebel from their own group. So you can see they are really serious about their particular brand. If they are Coke drinkers and you drink Pepsi, well, off with your head. Believe my version or otherwise you die (my way or the highway) leads to the problem of extremism like war AND to unthinking servile believers who will not challenge what they are told to believe.

    The net result of this is an unthinking sheep who is like a robot who can only push their brand. Thus every response to every article is just a canned response from the approved database. Duke can never argue with you in a rationale manner, his brain is programmed to repeat the memeset and that’s it.

    No disrespect here admin or Duke, just sayin’ it like it is so don’t ban me for my opinion. Thanks.

  4. “When they said repent, repent, repent
    I wonder what they meant – Leonard Cohen

    You don’t know me from the wind
    You never will, you never did
    I’m the little Jew
    Who wrote the Bible

    I’ve seen the nations rise and fall
    I’ve heard their stories, heard them all
    But love’s the only engine
    Of survival

    Your servant here, he has been told
    To say it clear, to say it cold
    It’s over, it ain’t going any further
    And now the wheels of heaven stop
    You feel the devil’s riding crop
    Get ready for the future: It is murder

    Things are going to slide (slide) in all directions
    Won’t be nothing (won’t be)
    Nothing you can measure anymore
    The blizzard, the blizzard of the world
    Has crossed the threshold
    And it’s overturned
    The order of the soul

    When they said (they said) repent (repent), repent (repent)
    I wonder what they meant

    Leonard Cohen – The Future (Live in London)

  5. ” Better be mute, than dispute with th ignorant. ” Pythagoras

  6. Peace be with the reader of this comment.

    There can be no meaningful communication between a rational individual,
    and an irrational individual. The state of a person’s mind is an absolute.
    For this reason the importance of faith is so vital.
    Without faith there can be no transformation(conversion).
    An irrational person does not know, and cannot know that he is irrational,
    he has to accept it in faith:

    But I have prayed for thee, that thy faith fail not: and when thou art
    converted, strengthen thy brethren.

    Acts 15: 9 And put no difference between us and them, purifying their hearts by

  7. I will take Jesus’ and Pythagoras’ advice and no longer bother with Duke’s irrational, uninspired, robotic and ignorant “comments”.

  8. @ Duke

    I wrote an essay based on my original comment in this thread based on the point of view of the non-believer, it is apropos to the problem of both of you are having in understanding one another.


  9. This is our our job:

    1 Corinthians 6:2 Do ye not know that the saints shall judge the world? and if the world
    shall be judged by you, are ye unworthy to judge the smallest matters?

  10. ” Above and before all things, worship GOD! ” Pythagoras