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MEANS AND OPPORTUNITY

 

 

By Lynn Stuter

November 22, 2005

NewsWithViews.com

There are two things a Marxist looks for when he wants to create a crisis to affect a wanted solution: means and opportunity.

In the early days of our country, Negroes were brought to America to work the land and make money for their owners. The same was true of indentured servants ­ white people from places like England, Ireland, Germany, France ­ who sold themselves to a prosperous individual for the price of a ticket to the new world. Once in the new world, they worked off the price of their passage as indentured servants. The case of Negroes, however, was somewhat different; they were sold to the slave traders by their own or rivaling tribes when captured. Had they not been sold to the slave traders, they would have undoubtedly been slaughtered.

Thus came Negroes to America. Some were treated with dignity and respect by their owners, some were not. In this day and age, history does not tell of the slave owner who educated his slaves, provided them with adequate shelter, paid them, or freed them. What we hear about are the slave owners who mistreated their slaves.

Following the Civil War, those slaves who did not choose to remain on the plantations of their masters, or could not remain on the plantations because the plantations had been virtually destroyed during the war, sought other means of existing, meager as it might be. Thus the Negroes came into their own, mostly in the south and segregation came into being.

From the period when the Negroes came to America as slaves to the mid-1900's, the Bible hadn't changed, nor had its message, but that message was not spoken from the pulpit of white churches ­ we all stand equal before the eyes of God. The clergy stands guilty of failing the people.

The result was inevitable - the seeking of equal rights by a people viewed largely as somehow not equal to their white brothers. World War II had been fought, Hitler and his "white supremacy" philosophy had been defeated, and the world spoke openly of the abhorrence of the Germany concentration camps where millions of Jews and non-Jews, alike, were incarcerated and exterminated. And still the pulpits remained largely silent on segregation in the south. The rage in the black people was palpable and why shouldn't it have been? Any white person, putting themselves in the shoes of any Negro, would not have liked the view one bit.

And because the clergy, the men ordained to teach God's word, remained largely silent at the pulpit, the Marxists saw opportunity and gained means. And thus was born the likes of Martin Luther King, Stokely Carmichael, and Rosa Parks, trained by communists to create civil unrest and force the issue of civil rights, and they succeeded.

And because the clergy failed and the Marxists succeeded, today we have the likes of the Reverend Jesse Jackson who leaves no opportunity fallow to exploit black people ­ black people are entitled, so entitled that they have, for the most part, lost their dignity and self-respect. The message of Jesse Jackson and his ilk, in reality, is that black people are just not quite smart enough to rise to the top by their own ability. We must lower the bar and make special dispensation for the black person. God did not pass out brains or the ability to use them on the basis of the color of one's skin. Jesse Jackson and his ilk do black people no service and only serve to engender racial hatred which does nothing but serve the Marxist agenda.

And the Marxists, encouraged by their success, have now invaded the ranks of middle-class America. Again, they saw means and opportunity ­ the growing anger among middle-class America on several fronts: taxes, the shipping of good jobs out of the United States, rising prices and falling income, injustice in the courts, the list of failed redress of grievances is long.

Across America, schools like the one Rosa Parks attended, the Highland Research and Education Center, have opened their doors for business. Quietly, they have augmented chaos in the name of protecting rights. Quietly, they have trained people in group dynamics and how to bring a group of people ­ using the Hegelian Dialectic of thesis, antithesis and synthesis ­ to a predetermined outcome. These facilitators start by feeding the group they are to facilitate that information the facilitator wants at the forefront of the peoples minds (the problem) as they proceed through "the process" of moving the group to accepting ownership of the predetermined solution (outcome) which is rarely understood ­ in its logistics, dynamics, or long-term result ­ by the people who have accepted ownership of it. While the Civil Rights Movement was very "in your face," this movement is known as the quiet transformation of America, a.k.a., the quiet revolution. Whether quiet or "in your face," it is still Marxism in all its glory (and its eventual outcome: tyranny).

I've received several responses to my piece on Rosa Parks - some along the lines of how dare I besmirch this "little woman" who acted with spontaneity in standing up for her people such that "we can all eat, sit and pray together." That we can all now eat, sit and pray together may be true, but will it be true in the long-haul?

In 1983, the United Nations honored Karl Marx, the Associated Press reporting as follows:

  • "Paris (AP)- UNESCO will pay homage to Karl Marx this week to mark the 100th anniversary of his death, the U.N. organization said Monday.
  • Among the subjects at a round table discussion at the U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization will be Marxism and developing societies and Marx's contribution to economic theory.
  • Karl Marx, a 19th century German philosopher, was the chief theorist for socialism and communism." (as reported in the Bremerton Sun, December 14, 1983)

Christianity can tolerate dissention, Marxism can not and will not. Marxism, by its very construct, demands complete subjugation (the infamous "all" we hear repeatedly) of the body politic to the world view (religion) on which Marxism is based: humanism, the idea that "no deity will save us" we must save ourselves (Humanist Manifesto, 1973). This world view is also the basis of humanism's sidekick: New Age ­ God is man and man is god. We must "create the future"; we must build and maintain the "sustainable environment." To that end, a system is being built world-wide, based on systems philosophy, to do just that ­ the global (one-world) sustainable environment. That system is being advanced in its agenda, on a daily basis, by the United Nations in every nation-state, including the United States.

That agenda is also being promoted by organizations within our own borders to the extent that the process is being implemented everywhere much to the delight of the Marxists:

Transformation Process and Tools

Business
Total Quality Management (TQM)
Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI)
High Performance Work Organization (HPWO)
Management by Objective

Education
Outcome-Based Education (OBE)
Performance-Based Education (PBE)
Outcomes Driven Developmental Model (ODDM)
Standards-Based Education (SBE)
Strategic Planning

Government
Performance-Based Budgeting
Performance Based Budgeting Systems (PBBS)
Goals 2000
Improving America’s Schools Act (ESEA)
No Child Left Behind Act (ESEA)

Churches
The Church Growth Movement (CGM)
Purpose Driven Life

When Nikita Khrushchev stated that America would fall without a shot being fired, most Americans laughed at the stupidity of this man. When Marilyn Ferguson"s book, The Aquarian Conspiracy, hit the bookshelves nation-wide, most people laughed at the stupidity of this New Age guru.

They who laugh last always laugh longest.

In the short term, what Rosa Parks did seems heroic; in the long term the philosophy she aspired to has augmented the enslavement of not only her people but all people. That augmentation has been aided and abetted from the pulpit by ministers whose theological backgrounds and education are lacking. Jesus did not walk upon this earth for any one race of people, he walked upon this earth for every race of people, that homo sapiens would live by the word of God in mortal form on Earth.

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America was established as "one nation under God." It is being rapidly transformed into a nation without borders under the Marxist hammer and sickle.

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Mother and wife, Stuter has spent the past ten years researching systems theory with a particular emphasis on education. She home schooled two daughters, now grown and on their own. She has worked with legislators, both state and federal, on issues pertaining to systems governance and education reform. She networks nationwide with other researchers and citizens concerned with the transformation of our nation. She has traveled the United States and lived overseas. Web site: www.learn-usa.com E-Mail: lmstuter@learn-usa.com 


 

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