Stephen King loves to lift his own scary genre from the pages by his unabashed support of real world horror delivered by Democrat policy. But a new author, Nick Sky, delivers a zombie apocalypse to readers on 45’s terms!
Mr. Sky’s grotesque imagination is paired with wicked humor to deliver a gripping tale that will delight zombie enthusiasts, and they may even find themselves tempted to read a particular chapter to their children as a bed time story.
In the spirit of “know your enemy” I decided to give this one a thorough cover to cover read during the course of a recent international trip.
Staying true to the hard leftist attitudes, Alinsky’s most celebrated writing begins with his infamous dedication of this writing to Lucifer.
I certainly did not like the dishonesty of his tactics to promote grievance culture. Alinsky reveals how he basically lies and cheats to rattle chains. And his “great work” of antics and often vulgar tactics helped to convert semi-appreciative welfare dependent blacks from an attitude of… “Well, you can’t complain if you didn’t pay for it” to self righteousness, indignation and rage against the very Americans paying their bills.
The main takeaways were…
1. Alinsky acknowledges that tyranny is required “at first” to bring the “change” he assumes his readers desire. He makes no effort to address this concern other than to jest that yet ANOTHER revolution might be in order if power isn’t magically given back to “the people.”
2. The power of ridicule shouldn’t be underestimated. And of course I find easy to ridicule lefties. They line up the jokes and I deliver the punchlines.