February 2, 2010
As the State of the Union address having been delivered up by the resident in the White House, usurper to the Oval Office, it would stand to reason that this column would focus on exposing it. But a lot of good columns have been written since Also Known As (AKA) Obama stood before Congress with Jack-in-the-Box Pelosi popping up and down behind him on cue, delivering one more round of half-truths and out-right lies to the Congress and the American people.
That AKA was angry that his Marxist agenda is being opposed by a growing number of the American people was apparent. That he hasn't gotten the message that the American people want nothing to do with his Marxist agenda was also apparent.
Howard Galganov has published one of the better synopses of the AKA "presentation".
It is amazing how the Obama/Biden stickers have disappeared off bumpers and back windows in the last six months. Observed on the back of an old SUV the other day was a bumper sticker that said, "Don't blame me, I didn't vote for Hussein!" Another, next to it, exclaimed, "Only an idiot would vote for a Marxist!" One could generally conclude that the driver/owner was a tad on the miffed side at the general state of the American populace, that it voted for a Marxist in the first place.
Not that the fascist running as the Republican candidate, John McCain, was any better. Born in a hospital on Panama soil, of American parents in the military, John McCain was no more a "natural-born citizen" than AKA who is not eligible to the office he holds by his own admission of being a dual citizen at birth. A natural-born citizen is born of two American parents on American soil. AKA's father was a British subject and McCain was born on Panamanian soil. Both could be naturalized citizens but not natural-born. Both can be senators but neither can be president.
History will undoubtedly show that AKA was not eligible to the office of president, was not the legitimate POTUS, but that the damage inflicted by his Marxist anti-American agenda will take generations, if even then, to reverse.
The only difference between a fascist and a Marxist is how fast the implementation of the agenda is pushed. As has become more than readily apparent to the American people, AKA wants Marxism implemented yesterday; while McCain, a fascist, and a neo-Con (a leftist who advocates imperial expansionism through continual war just as did the USSR), was willing to continue the gradual atrophy to the Marxist state.
In this sense, it was better that a true Marxist be elected than a neo-Con, for the American people are rapidly getting their blinders removed and their dander up. Had McCain (God help us) been elected, the American people would have remained asleep at the wheel of a sinking ship. George Soros' puppet, AKA, may be the best medicine for the American people even though not what Soros intended when AKA was (s)elected on November 4, 2008.
Fascism is one head of a three-headed snake, all sharing one body: Marxism. The other two heads of the three-headed snake are national socialism (Nazism) and communism. The difference between the three is not in basic philosophy but in who owns the means of production.
What is the basic philosophy of Marxism? To understand that we need to understand the underlying religion of humanism.
But humanism isn't a religion? Wrong. Religion is synonymous with philosophy and world view.
One's philosophy or world view is how one perceives the world and the purpose of it, one's viewpoint, beliefs, values, way of life.
There are many different religions in the world: humanism, New Age, B'nai, Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, Christianity, Paganism, Satanism, Atheism, Gnosticism to name but a few of the more well-known.
In response to my last article, I received a response from a self-avowed liberal, challenging my statement that government schools, to meet the requirement of the First Amendment, have to offer courses based on every religion as education, in every instance, is based on world view.
A for instance? Government schools are teaching science based on the theory of evolution. A theory is an unproven supposition or hypothesis; a matter of conjecture.
The theory of evolution believes that species evolved even though there has been no definitive proof presented that such is the case. Darwin was an evolutionist. Evolution is a central tenant of the religion of humanism. Humanists believe that man evolved even though the "missing link" between man and ape has never materialized and, since the advent of DNA testing, the theory of the missing link has been generally discredited.
Creationism is another theory, also unproven, that God created the Heavens and all therein, Earth and all upon it. The Bible tells us that God is the one true God; that His word is irrefutable; His word is the first and the last.
In order for the government schools to meet the requirements of the First Amendment, they must not only offer science based on the theory of evolution but also the theory of creationism. Unless they do, they are unconstitutional.
An education course based on Biblical teaching and one based on humanism approach every subject in a different manner. The same is true of every other world view; every other religion. This is why the Founding Fathers gave the federal government no authority and no part in the education of children.
But Creationism is absurd? Says who? Says you? And you know how? But you believe in evolution? That's your humanist world view or religion speaking. Is evolution more viable than Creationism? No.
There is not one person on the face of this earth that does not have a world view. And people would do well to define what their world view is.
What does a humanist believe as opposed to a Christian?
Among the more apparent beliefs, a humanist believes in collectivism; that the individual brain is but an atom in the molecule that represents the collective brain of mankind; that mankind has no ability to think and reason for self; that man must, by necessity, be conditioned to his environment, whatever that environment is perceived to be. Karl Marx believed Christianity should be stamped out because Christianity believes each individual is made in the image of God, is complete in self, with the ability to think and reason as an individual (self-will).
A humanist believes there is no deity; that if earth is to be saved, mankind must save it. This is the whole concept behind the Sustainable Global Environment based on systems philosophy or theory: the world is a system of subsystems (also called systems), all interconnected and interdependent to form a wholistic or holistic system; that within any system is an infrastructure that is analogous (the same) across systems, irrespective of physical appearance. In other words, mankind must "Create the Future" and people must be conditioned to the environment of the created future.
An off-shot is New Age that incorporates a metaphysical belief that god dwells within (self-divination) and presents the systems philosophy as the Gaia Hypothesis: the world is a living, breathing organism, irreducible to its parts; that what affects one part, affects all parts; that in the name of saving spaceship Earth, we must change our society.
On the other hand, Christianity teaches that if we take care of the earth as God commands us to, that God and will take care of us.
A humanist believes that man is inherently good, that it is only his environment that makes him bad. This tenant can be seen in the belief of leftists that if they change the environment, that the "victim of a bad environment" will be good. Thus it is that if we place a promiscuous woman with a passel of kids, all by different men, in a good environment, ie, pay their way in society, they will turn out. Thus we have the social welfare programs that reward bad behavior and are a colossal failure at achieving their stated goal, but a roaring success in justifying the existence of bigger government requiring more and more taxes until they are at the point they are now, about to self-destruct. The welfare state is the necessary precursor to the oppressive Marxist state in which the government controls everything, including where you live, where you work, how many children you have, what health care you get. The body human becomes nothing but a human resource (a term used widely now) to be used, abused and discarded at the whim of the state acting on behalf of the collective.
Christianity, on the other hand, believes in the sin nature of man; that it is only by living by the Ten Commandments of God that man can achieve virtue, placing chains upon his intemperate mind, his own intemperate appetites, to exercise the self-discipline and self-government necessary to lead a better life for himself and the society in which he lives, starting at the individual level and progressing to the family, the local community, etc, right on up to the nation as a whole.
Humanism believes in equality of outcome where man is perfectly assimilated in his passions, opinions and prejudices; each according to his needs irrespective of ability, willingness to work, and choices.
On the other hand, Christianity believes in equality of opportunity, where outcomes are the result of one's choices, ability, and willingness to work to achieve. Equality of opportunity is a tenant our Founding Fathers wrote extensively about and was the basis of the first ten amendments to the Constitution, the Bill of Rights.
I have had people tell me that "religion" is the cause of every war in the world. They err when they define "religion" as Christianity. If there is one religion that has killed more people in this world than any other, it is the religion of humanism. Humanism is the very basis of Marxist thought and belief. It was the religion of Stalin, Lenin, Mussolini and Hitler; it is the religion of Red China. Millions have been murdered in the quest to establish the Marxist state, whether communist, fascist or national socialist (Nazi).
Hitler was also into Satanism which, like New Age, adds a spiritual (metaphysical) component to humanism. Satanists consort with demonic spirits (called spirit guides by New Agers) who appear, as 2 Corinthians 13:15 tells us, as angels of light:
"For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ. An no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteousness; whose end shall be according to their works." (KJV)
We heard much, in the early 1990's, of shifting the paradigm in America. What is a paradigm? It is the basic model on which something is built.
On what paradigm was our nation built? As I stated in my last article, our nation was founded on the Christian world view or paradigm.
If that paradigm is being changed, to what paradigm is it being changed?
In a word, the paradigm is being shifted to the humanist world view upon which the three-headed snake of Marxism is built.
People have wondered for some time why they are uncomfortable with what comes out of AKA's mouth.
Why they are uncomfortable is because the paradigm AKA espouses to, covertly, is not the paradigm on which most Americans, even the ones who don't go to church regularly or don't espouse to a Christian world view, were raised.
But Christianity, as the basis of our limited form of government, has been under attack since before the ink was dry on the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. And nowhere is that more apparent than when the compulsory attendance law was passed in the mid-1800's bringing about government control of what had been local schools under the control of parents and local school boards. While the world view of the curriculum used in these schools started out as Christian, R L Dabney correctly foretold that it would only be a matter of time before that world view was changed. That happened in 1963 when prayer was outlawed in government schools. The world view of government schools is now humanism/New Age.
Just as Christianity as the world view of education violated the First Amendment so does humanism/New Age. The only difference is that the religions of humanism/New Age are oppressive and cannot, therefore, tolerate a religion that espouses freedom of the individual to live according to God's law requiring a very limited form of government. In a word, Christianity is about freedom of the individual while Marxism is about control over everyone.
This is why Christianity is taboo in the classroom, but children are immersed in pagan ritualism and New Age spiritualism in the form of guided fantasy/guided visualization, dream catchers, the worship of animals (Indian spirituality), chants around candles, radical environmentalism, etc. This is also why fits are thrown at the mere mention of Creationism, Christ, Christmas, Easter, etc. One teacher even went so far as to demand students wearing necklaces with crosses remove them so as "not to offend other students." Yet students wearing "peace" signs—a Satanic symbolization of the victory of Satan over Christ—were not deemed offensive to Christian students who are expected to be tolerant, but T-shirts bearing the words "in God we trust" were not allowed. In another instance, when a young girl wrote about God, she was ordered, by the teacher, to change "God" to the universal "god" in order not to "offend others." (In all cases, however, when challenged, the schools were forced to back down.) But the attack on Christianity, and the reason for it, cannot be ignored.
If we want to remain a free people, the only way to do that is to govern ourselves and control ourselves according to the Ten Commandments of God.
The alternative is the one presented by AKA and his elitist comrades, one where the government will meet your needs in accordance with your value, as a human resource, to the government. The USSR, as a communist nation, held this basic belief. As the Russian people can tell you, it was no way to live. In fact, it is a miserable existence. There is more to the old adage, "I'd rather be dead than Red" than meets the eye.
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Will we listen? Will we learn from the past; from what Hitler, Stalin, Lenin and Mussolini inflicted on the world and the people they sought to control? Or will we have to repeat their warped philosophy, religion, world view to learn? How many generations of our progeny are we willing to commit to oppression?
It truly is all in our world view.
© 2010 Lynn M. Stuter - All Rights Reserved
Activist and researcher, Stuter has spent the last fifteen years researching systems theory and systems philosophy with a particular emphasis on education as it pertains to achieving the sustainable global environment. She home schooled two daughters. She has worked with legislators, both state and federal, on issues pertaining to systems governance, the sustainable global environment and education reform. She networks nationwide with other researchers and a growing body of citizens concerned about the transformation of our nation from a Constitutional Republic to a participatory democracy. She has traveled the United States and lived overseas.
Web site: www.learn-usa.com