Years ago I started studying the Cloward Piven Strategy and today, as I watch the people pouring in over our southern boarders, I am actually seeing what these professors were writing about. The principle of the Cloward-Piven Strategy is to overload the our welfare system adding so many to the entitlement rolls that it will destroy the country’s economic system thereby creating chaos and violence in the streets (which we saw the last two years).

This all started back in the ’60s with the hippie movement and it broke down many local welfare programs. The fix for this was to move programs to D.C. where people are not as aware of the costs and have little or no oversight of the programs.

Democrats reject the idea that a person can overcome poverty through any private enterprise saying that hard work, education, and personal responsibility are not a solution to poverty. The Democrat fix is government program of income redistribution soon to be followed up with a monthly pay check to everyone.

Read up folks, the Cloward-Piven Strategy is in full-blown action in Europe and now we see it in cities like Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and L.A. almost all other Democrat-run cities if you can actually call them cities anymore with the trash and the homeless and feces all over the streets..

The flood of immigrants at our borders today are not an accident. It’s a planned takeover by the Democrats. Welfare was set up for temporary help now it’s a lifetime entitlement and extended to illegals. Try taking away Medicaid and see how these programs, once temporally in place, are now here to stay. The Democrats plan is to collapse our financial system. Hand everyone a monthly paycheck and continue to control your life day in, day out. The virus saw many Democrat Governors put restrictions on their people and today we see many who cannot get out from under.


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By Howard Roark

Howard Roark is a Senior Fellow with the Kirby Institute and editor of The Deplorable Patriot. He’s a second amendment advocate, avid shooter, hunter, fisherman, fur trapper, writer, artist, poet, and inventor of the wall port central vacuum cleaner system. He is both a moral and a practical man and is fully committed to the artistic integrity of every one of his endeavors or projects whether working as a common laborer in a rock quarry or operating a Fortune 500 design firm.