In 1990, in while trying to conjure up another way of grabbing the glare of Chicago's compliant TV news cameras, Pfleger came up with the idea of going after booze.
Taking a page from Carrie Nation and the little old ladies of the abolitionist movement of the 1920s, he figured that booze was the bane of the black man.
He began mobilizing his prohibitionists to start defacing liquor billboards. He demanded that Walgreen's, one of the few chain stores left in what black activists call a "grocery store desert," stop selling beer, wine and liquor in black neighborhoods.
Walgreens caved in and ceased liquor sales in its West side and South side stores.
But the exploitative, price gouging corner stores there went right on ahead selling Mad Dog 20/20, high-alcohol Ice Beer and Thunderbird fortified wine by the carload.
CIC has heard directly from liquor store owners within the community that Rear End Pfleger services (Gresham), that the sure way to become part of one of Satanic St. Sabina's protests marches, is to fail to contribute to Rear End Pfleger's church after getting the "why haven't you contributed to St. Sabina" call. Of course, if the Chicago media wasn't a brought and paid for puppet, they could and would easily prove or disprove these calms. You can be sure they won't.
So in the end, here is how the scam works-
Eliminate the corner liquor store's competition through a do gooder's campaign
The corner liquor stores can now raise their prices
Hit the corner liquor stores up for contributions
Protest the stores that don't give money (The old protection money racket)
The black community can still get their drink on, althought at a higher price
Satanic St. Sabina gets plenty of contributions
Make the tree good, and its fruit good; or make the tree bad, and its fruit bad; for by its fruit you will get knowledge of the tree
Be on the watch for false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing, but inside they are cruel wolves