Letters from Hillary Clinton to radical community organizer, Saul Alinsky have been obtained by the Washington Free Beacon from the Industrial Areas Foundation located at the University of Texas. Her relationship was closer and deeper than she has written in her two memoirs. Hillary met face to face with Alinsky several times while she was working on a thesis on community organizing for Wellesley College.
In her first memoir, Hillary claimed that she disagreed with Alinsky on his anti-establishment stance which led to their parting of the ways in the summer of 1969:
“He offered me the chance to work with him when I graduated from college, and he was disappointed that I decided instead to go to law school.”
“Alinsky said I would be wasting my time, but my decision was an expression of my belief that the system could be changed from within.”
But that turns out to be a lie. (A lie? Say it ain’t so Hillary!) She wrote to Alinsky in 1971, asking if Rules for Radicals had been released yet. She also suggested that they get together the next time he was in California. The Washington Free Beacon obtained copies of that letter and the reply she received from Alinsky’s secretary. She had answered the letter while Alinsky was in the Philippines teaching his radical community organizing course:
No one except Hillary herself knows if they actually met that July, but it is obvious that she was a huge fan of his radical extremism. But you will notice that the letter is dated in 1971, even though she claims they parted ways two years earlier. She also told him in the letter that she had survived law school with her desire for community organizing intact. Alinsky died in June of 1972, so we do know that she remained in contact at least within a year of his death if not up to the last minute.
So, Hillary was another Chicago community organizer and her election would be a third Obama term. She is a disciple of Saul Alinsky. Do we really need to know more?
Courtesy of Red Statements.