DID AMERICA BECOME AN ENABLER?
By Betty Freauf
April 29, 2006
Nothing happens by accident. Everything is planned years in advance. My television and radio have been blurting out on a daily basis the rallies by illegal Mexicans and others some defiantly waving their Mexican flags and supported by subversive organizations that have been allowed to freely infiltrate our sovereign nation. These are not spontaneous rallies. These groups are well organized and like sheep being led to slaughter lots of innocent people are being duped. I heard on the radio they will be leaving their jobs, not attending school and hoping to impact our economy, and not buying anything on May lst (May Day is a Communist holiday). Radio talk show hostess Laura Ingraham reported on 4/11/2006 the voice of a participant at the Washington, D.C. rally admitting he was a revolutionary communist. His own words!
In 1962, the House Committee on Un-American Activities (HCUA) published a two-volume study entitled “Structure and Organization of the Communist Party of the U.S." and later released a film showing Communist infiltration and inspired riots and subsequently the infiltrated liberal press, already sympathetic to the Communist agenda, launched its successful drive to abolish the HCUA. Since these subversives managed to eliminate the HCUA, Marxism has been replaced with multiculturalism, bilingualism and the political correct agenda which includes the radical invironmental watermellons - red on the inside - green on the outside - and today, we are seeing the results of such leniency without responsibility, i.e. high gas prices and planned chaos. Like some parents who continually give in to the whim of their spoiled child, America has become an enabler and then when the child gets older and is in a lot of trouble, they wring their hands and ask, “Where did we go wrong?” America went soft on our enemies. In addition to telling America to keep it’s nose out of the affairs of other nations, President George Washington eloquently set forth the classical American policy on immigration in an address he delivered before an Irish association in December 1783. He said, “Immigrants must assimilate” and I’m sure he meant they must also be legal.
This is Globalism. In 1969 at a Pittsburgh Pediatric Society Conference, a speaker, formerly a Director of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, told about the forthcoming “new world system.” He said no tape recorders could be run and no notes could be taken at the conference but one participant downloaded his memory onto paper after the conference. What he later shockingly revealed seemed to be excerpts taken directly from Edward Bellamy’s 2000-1887 Looking Backward, a fictionalized version of life in a perfect society in the year 2000. Bellamy, an American author, was profoundly influenced by August Comte, who believed man’s total future to be not only predictable, but totally manageable. How would this be done? Check out Planning, Programming, Budgeting System (PPBS) at sweetliberty.org. Comte dreamed of remaking the whole world into a capitalist monopoly controlled by a world government. Thus the latest buzz word you’ve read about is a “Partnership” and how business is getting in bed with the government aka Fascism. Comte felt efforts to set up a new social order should be directed toward reorganizing the spiritual power which meant that genuine Christianity had to join the HCUA on the garbage dump, which explains the latest attacks over the last two decades.
John Dunphy, wrote “A New Religion for a New Age,” in the January/February 1983 Humanist Magazine and said the battle was to be waged and won in the public school classroom by teachers who correctly perceive their role as the proselytizers of a new faith…for they will be ministers of another sort, utilizing the classroom instead of a pulpit to convey Humanist values in whatever subject they teach, regardless of the educational level – preschool, day care or large state universities. The classroom must and will become an arena of conflict between the old and the new, the rotting corpse of Christianity…and the new faith of Humanism.
And then in December 1983 the Northwest Regional Education Lab in Portland, Oregon published an abstract of what our schools should be teaching. The author, Lynda Carl Falkenstein writing on global education used in the introduction a quote from a Russian, Rabindranath Tagor, who said: "We are beginning to discover that our problem is worldwide, and no one people of the earth can work its salvation by detaching itself from others. Either we shall be saved together or drawn together by destruction.”
She went on to say, "while American schools have long offered some kind of international education, the approach to this topic has been characterized by a Western orientation, a nationalistic perspective that conveys the superiority of the United States, an omission of information about other cultures, a message that all people are the same, and an elitist focus. Such approaches to international education are no longer consistent with the needs of an interdependent world. Global education, the effort to foster a worldview and a realization of the interconnectedness of people, is a necessity, given the context of changes in social, economic, and political structure of the world. This approach emphasizes interdependence, diversity, empathy, multiple loyalties, cooperation, human rights, participation, change and conflict management. Some significant models have been developed for teaching global education among them the curriculum developed by Minnesota, Florida, Chicago and the Longview Foundation project. Much yet needs to happen. Massive implementation of global education goals needs to occur in both formal and informal curriculum. Altering the 'societal curriculum' and/or responding to it in constructive ways offers the most significant challenge of all."
Subjects covered in the document were: Cross Cultural Studies, Curriculum Development, Educational Trends, Elementary Secondary Education, Futures (of Society), Global Approach, Humanistic Education, Social Studies and World Affairs
The Northwest Regional Lab author went on to quote John Naisbitt and quoted from his Megatrends, “The United States is in the midst of a powerful two-fold change. First we are shifting from being an isolated, virtually self-sufficient national economy to being a part of an interdependent global economy. Second, we are giving up our former roles as the world’s dominant force and becoming a member of a growing handful of economically strong countries…This shift is a turning point in world economic history. Never again will a single country dominate the world the way the United States did after World War II. (Naisbitt, 1982, p. 57) and then Naisbitt adds: “For Americans, it will not be an easy transition.”
But just about everything we see happening today was planned way before that 1969 conference in subtle and unnoticed increments including how the majority of our manufacturing jobs would be given to other industrialized nations in order to make the world “equal.” (Communism, of course,) America was to curtail its industrial pre-eminence. The “smoke stack chasing hussies” referred to by Oregon’s former Governor, Tom McCall, an avid environmentalist and former Portland TV anchor man, were to go to other countries and America was to become the information, communications, high technology, education, agriculture business…supported by illegal immigrants. And how did they pull the latter off? They implemented strong child-labor laws that made it impossible for children to learn the work ethic in the fields in the summer months to earn money for school clothes, etc. Idle hands get in all sorts of trouble. So, the one-world crowd drove industry to other countries that aren’t heavily regulated in order to save our environment.
An e-mail after the death of Princess Diana gave the truest definition of Globalization: An English princess with an Egyptian boyfriend crashes in a French tunnel, driving a German car with a Dutch engine, driven by a Belgian who was (reportedly) drunk on Scottish whiskey followed closely by Italian Paparazzi, on Japanese motorcycles; treated by an American doctor, using Brazilian medicines.
And in conclusion, this e-mail was sent by an American, using technology by Bill Gates, and you’re probably reading this on your computer, that uses Taiwanese chips, and a Korean monitor, assembled by Bangladeshi workers in a Singapore plant, transported by Indian lorry-drivers, hijacked by Indonesians, unloaded by Sicilian longshoremen and trucked to you by illegals. Unfortunately the source of this humor is unknown. This, my friends, is Globalization!
This blatant pro-communist climate accelerated in the wake of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s ascendancy to the White House in 1933. Oh, yes, FDR had his “fireside” chats on the radio with the American people promising in the summer of 1940 “My friends, your sons will not fight in a foreign war!” all the while sympathizing with the Communists, who said if they could get FDR into the White House for one term, they could get all their unconstitutional socialist programs approved which are bankrupting us today. American voters loved his entitlement programs so much they kept voting him back in every time they went to the polls not for just two terms as we vote for presidents today, but for nearly 16 years. Today almost everyone at some time in their life will be slopping at the public trough. We’ve become parasites – feeding off one another.
Fred Clark wrote in his book Magnificent Illusion © 1940 “Our streamlined social conscience probably emerged from its cocoon about 1930 and started fluttering its wings in 1931. A year later, its impact on the polls was felt around the world as we elected a great ‘humanitarian’ as our President. Like the reformed sinner, we shuddered at our past; seized the cross of social uplift; and went out to save the ‘underprivileged’” that the Bible says will always be among us. And while the church pastors, priests and rabbis are supposed to be the “watchmen” warning the communities of impending dangers, they – especially the Christian pastors – have been neutered by the I.R.S. 501(c)3 restrictions and most recently sending spies into these conservative, Bible-believing churches to see if they are in compliance while clergy in the mainline denominations walk with enemy. [Read] God sent Ezekiel to the stubborn and disobedient Israelites to warn them of their future captivity by their enemies if they didn’t shape up. I fear we don’t have many Ezekiels on the pulpit today – perhaps more Gideons hiding behind the winepress (Judges 6:11) but God eventually did use Gideon. Isaiah 56:10 said in his day God’s watchmen were blind; they were all ignorant, they were all dumb dogs who could not bark; sleeping, lying down, loving to slumber. Amos 8:11 said the day would come when there would be a famine in the land – a famine of the whole word of God and I fear that famine has hit America.
Today the “underprivileged” are not only asking for a hand up but an attempted conquest by groups like Atzlan. This is a name given to a section of the western U.S. (stretching as far north as Washington and east as Texas) that extremist Mexicans still think of as its own. And as Pogo would say, “We’ve met the enemy and it is us.”
Instead of scoffing at Joe McCarthy, we should have been listening. He was right. Dan Smoot in his 1967 Report said the Roosevelt administration built an unbroken record of giving the Soviets everything they wanted and asking nothing in return. And the liberal media, the World Council of Churches and the National Council of Churches were complicit in this give away. In fact, an associated press article dated April 27, 1997 said “In our nation’s darkest hour, an unlikely hero emerged – Franklin Delano Roosevelt who helped a nation battered by the Great Depression finds it heart.”
Bernadine Smith of the Second Amendment Committee in Hanford, California www.libertygunrights.com said FDR made 26 speeches supporting world government before he was felled by infantile paralysis. Had he lived, he would have signed the U.N. Charter, which his Communist friends put together, but he died in April 1945 and Harry Truman picked up the international globalist government movement and every person since who sits in the Oval Office has been a globalist: an administrator of the transition into global government. That is what the U.N. Charter is all about.
My European ancestors arrived by ship. I have the log. They arrived at Ellis Island free of diseases and with an occupation to support themselves. But this is not the case today. The Statue of Liberty and our Open Borders are an invitation to the welfare system, free health care, a free education - all without any individual responsibility as in the past.
America is being reduced to third world status while the rich get richer and the poor or middle class become poorer. While our volunteer military serves in other countries protecting their borders, our own security is left to chance. When young people were still encouraged to work at a societal acceptable age and have respect for others, there was a time when we could be safe in our homes without locks but it was predicted nearly forty years ago in that Pittsburgh Pediatric Conference that security systems would be developed and locks and alarms going into the police department so that people could protect their wealth and their well being. The Fourth Amendment (Article IV) gives the right of the people to be secure in their persons, house, papers and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated and no Warrants shall issue but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched and the person or things to be seized.
Prior to September 11, 2001 the Fourth amendment was applied most of the time, but since that fatal day in September, all bets are off. Like FDR’s “Infamy Speech” that was written before the Pearl Harbor Attack [Read] The Patriot Act had been laying on a shelf gathering dust before that date and was quickly implemented shortly after Sept. 11th. As I said in the opening paragraph, nothing happens by accident.
The Fourth Amendment was one of the most basic of all of the freedoms guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. Because we became enablers, are we heading for Civil War on our shores? Will we wake up one of these mornings to Martial Law? Our current situation doesn’t look promising.
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Betty is a former Oregon Republican party activist having served as state party secretary, county chairman, 5th congressional vice chairman and then elected chairman, and a precinct worker for many years but Betty gave up on the two-party system in 2004 and joined the Constitutional Party.
Instead of scoffing at Joe McCarthy, we should have been listening. He was right. Dan Smoot in his 1967 Report said the Roosevelt administration built an unbroken record of giving the Soviets everything they wanted and asking nothing in return. And the liberal media, the World Council of Churches and the National Council of Churches were complicit in this give away.