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  • Have you ever wondered why gay rights activists, feminists, radical civil rights activists and open border’s activists regularly call those who disagree with them homophobes, sexists, racists and Islamophobes?
  • Have you ever wondered why on college campuses across America the radical left has silenced conservative speech?
  • Have you ever wondered why liberals get away with calling conservative women the most vile, misogynistic names without consequence?
  • Have you ever wondered why liberals get away with calling black conservatives Uncle Toms, House Slaves and Step “n Fetch Its?
  • Have you ever wondered why the left seems to be willing to use any means whatsoever to achieve it’s radical agenda?

After reading Fanning the Flames, Peter Christopher Pappas’s new book on how the father of community organizing, Saul Alinsky, taught the radical left to use slander, ridicule, propaganda and lies to intimidate and silence conservatives, you won’t wonder anymore.

The stories Mr. Pappas relates in his book will shock and disturb anyone with a conscience, which is precisely why he has written about them. People with a conscience must fight back against the radical tactics the radical left is using to stifle diversity of opinion in America.

The political philosopher, Edmund Burke, said that all that was necessary for evil to prevail was for good men to do nothing. In Fanning the Flames, Peter Pappas calls for good men, on both sides of the aisle, to demand a stop of the radical, slanderous and anti-democratic tactics used by the radical left.

Saul Alinsky was a thug in activist’s clothing. He taught people how to organize communities in order to steal power from the Haves and redistribute it to the Have Nots. The only question he asked of means was “will it work?”

Today’s radicals may not know who Alinsky was and may not have read his most famous book, Rules for Radicals, but they apply his tactics almost to the letter.  The ultimate goal of every one of the radical left’s tactics is to silence conservatives and remove their views from the marketplace of ideas. Or, as George Orwell said in 1984, “make all other modes of thought impossible.”

In Fanning the Flames, Pappas shows just how and why the left does this and what conservatives can do to stop it.

You will learn how radical black civil rights leaders like Al Sharpton have intentionally accused innocent white men of raping black women in order to advance their agenda. You will learn how radical gay rights activists like Dan Savage and Michelangelo Signorile have tried to infect their political opponents with the flu and called for gay conservatives to kill themselves. And you will learn how radical feminists have intentionally falsified rape statistics in order to create a false sense of urgency among women and fan the flames of hatred against men and the male dominated society they supposedly created.

At the end of the book, Mr. Pappas provides a detailed set of rules that conservatives can use to combat the radical tactics of the radical left.