Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Monday, January 9, 2012

Conservative Collectivism

 No, Obama didn't say this, it was Rick Santorum:
One of the criticisms I make is to what I refer to as more of a libertarianish right. You know, the left has gone so far left and the right in some respects has gone so far right that they touch each other. They come around in the circle. This whole idea of personal autonomy, well I don’t think most conservatives hold that point of view. Some do. They have this idea that people should be left alone, be able to do whatever they want to do, government should keep our taxes down and keep our regulations low, that we shouldn’t get involved in the bedroom, we shouldn’t get involved in cultural issues. You know, people should do whatever they want. Well, that is not how traditional conservatives view the world and I think most conservatives understand that individuals can’t go it alone. That there is no such society that I am aware of, where we’ve had radical individualism and that it succeeds as a culture.
Ok. Let's unpack this thing because it is instructive to understanding everything that is wrong with our country. If you want to really get into some deep thoughts about individualism in the United States, I suggest you check out the documentary, The Century of Self, which is all about psychologists (oppositions of science so falsely called) who are employed to control the masses.

Anyway, personal autonomy is a big deal. Rick Santorum is trying to couch the issue in the veneer of "society", just like the progressives of yore. He's trying to tap into the disgust that most decent people experience when observing our "society" today. But government most surely is not the answer as it was government that started the rotting process of our civilization to begin with. Had the progressive era not have happened, we'd be living in a completely different country today. Let's go through the factors that I believe have led us to Sodom and Gommorah and point out how the government and collectivism, NOT the individual was responsible for each point:
  • Marriage - It was the progressives that pushed the marriage licenses, especially in the early 20th century for eugenic reasons. Prior to that, it was a church issue. Gays could not get married before marriage licensures because no church would marry them. Up until the mid-19th century, cohabitation was seen as proof of marriage. Marriages were recording in the family Bible, and there was no tax benefit to being married, so the focus of marriage was the family, not tax breaks and insurance claims. Why do gays want to get married? It does provide them with the tax and insurance benefits that heterosexual couples enjoy.
  • Reproduction- Regular readers of this blog and those like it ought to know by now that it was the big industrialists like John D. Rockefeller who funded Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood. They also should know that the supporters of Planned Parenthood have been some of the wealthy and powerful people of our country. Not "leftists" or "radicals", but people like Prescott Bush and Bill Gates Sr. Why are they obsessed with reproduction? Because they view human beings not as individuals, but as a commodity, a human resource. Overproduction is a dreaded possibility and the population bomb scare came about right as things were really getting automated in this country, meaning they didn't need as many of us anymore. Again, don't project your morality on these people, they don't share it. They wouldn't blink at genocide, and they didn't with the Holocaust, but did change their label from eugenics to population control.  And just like the Pope said, mass contraception will lead to a debasement of the human being. It's really just common sense. It's something the Muslims understand, and their numbers are increasing by employing the simple "womb weapon" of out-populating your opponent. But it was the power of the state that pushed this unnatural view of reproduction on us all through their tax-exempt foundations. Foundations that pass under the scrutiny of the people because of the bought-off media, are designed to socially engineer a country without voter participation. I view them as an extension of the government, for they bought the laws the shielded them from the free market and from public scrutiny. One could also add that the homosexual agenda was backed by these foundations also. God made them male and female, but these social darwinists who oppose God wants to make us androgynous, and they do studies with government money on these sex studies. Nice, huh?
  • Education - We've talked at length on here about how and when it went so horribly bad. The biggest turning point was in 1962 when prayer was removed from the classroom.  The prayer in question was so generic, it could have come out of a fortune cookie. At this point, the United States was already two generations into bankster-funded mind control education. Let those who read Gatto and Iserbyt understand. In fact, the atheiests, probably funded by the same godless creeps who funded eugenics, tried to get prayer removed from public school repeatedly since the Republic began. It was only when maximum collectivist density on Supreme Court had formed, did they finally get it though. Many of those appointees were selected by our good buddy FDR, the Wall Streeter par excellence. The tax exempt foundations also played a huge role and continue to do so in setting the education agenda. The books are written by those who were education on NGO scholarships and stipends to have a certain collectivist point of view. The teachers are given a teachers manual with a script on what to say. Conformity is key. Freedom of action is nonexistent. Morality is not discussed. The Bible, the book which Western Civilization is based upon shall not be mentioned unless it is to mock it. State control of education is a goal of every totalitarian society. Rick Santorum voted for more of it.
  • Unsound money--Causing inflation and making us either do with less or making parents work harder to make ends meet. I'm not trying to be sappy, but they've got it rigged where a home-dedicated parent trying to teach their kids how to be decent, civilized people have it tough. But when the going gets tough, we get tougher. A debt-based economy is not sound and it does not please God. In fact, throughout the Proverbs, you can tell that weighted scales (rigged money games) really, really displease Him. Arguments over money is a the number one reason for divorce.
  • Regulation- Yes, it destroys our society because it grinds down small businesses who cannot afford the exemptions that the large corporations enjoy. All by design. They want all of it in a few hands. They want to make the family business and local entrepreneurship a thing of the past. How do I know this? They freaking write books telling us so!!!
  • Foreign Wars - Oh my, will I hit the hornet's nest here!! People who don't have money don't get to take vacations. People like me. Similarly, countries that don't have money, don't get to do a lot of traveling either. THERE IS NO MONEY LEFT!!! All we have is monopoly money that isn't worth toilet paper should the right wind hit our financial house of cards. But having bases everywhere along with extended deployments is destroying families, if you care about that kind of thing. Military suicide is off the chart, not to mention all the other impacts these things have according to Gen. Smedley Butler himself. He says the whole thing is racket, and when you get brave enough to turn off your TV and talk radios and do a little googling, you find that he is more right than you ever wanted to know. When you start tracing how money and technology was transferred from the US to the Soviet Union all while the United States Government, not to be confused with America, was supposedly fighting the Viet Cong, who was in turn receiving aid from the United States. It's just so crazy only the devil himself could be behind it. Anyway, I know people in the military whose personal lives have been adversely affected by this Praetorian Guard that the US military has morphed into. Rome anyone?? Furthermore, instead of protecting our physical borders, the globalists have encouraged hordes of Mexicans to flood our country for the express purpose of diluting our American values. 
As a Christian, I believe that only the indwelling of the Holy Spirit can change a person's life. I believe that God through His Son Jesus Christ saves people radically and permanently and INDIVIDUALLY. This is the opposite of Satan, who wants to categorize us all, but praise God, He knows the number of hairs on our heads and made us each special and individual. That's what I call radical individualism. So yes, our society or culture has fallen, but ask yourself the cause? It was government intervention that did all this along with the bankster foundations. The remedy is the freedom to choose Christ, not some fake fascimile or Christian cult. In a truly free society, without the burdens of government (school, onerous taxes, regulation, prolonged deployments) Christianity would thrive and grow. I believe that when Christ has His Kingdom on Earth it is going to be spectacularly free (the Bible backs me up here!) and I can hardly wait!


  1. Not long ago one of my FB friends asked if a Christian could be a libertarian, to which I replied "Yes, but not in a way that libertarians are going to like it." I didn't mean that quite the way most people would take it, probably. I mean that libertarianism is a largely Christian idea, but secular libertarianism is actually impossible. Without Christ, there is no liberty. Ironically enough, that would get me branded with the "theocrat" label, which is completely inaccurate, but I really don't think secularists are capable of grasping that liberty can't happen without Christ, and big government conservatives can't grasp that libertarianism and libertine-ism are two different things. Sigh. There's always somebody to argue with, isn't there?

  2. Great and concise historical overview naming names! - thank you-
    I know the facts contained did not know specific names -except Rockefeller---

  3. Most are from the FORD FOUNDATION.
    WWII vets all told me when I was young, that wars are mostly about profit and population control.
    Lo and behold I found it in the encyclopedia. The early tribes (Greeks?) got together when the camps were over crowded and some volunteered to move out and migrate way off some where. And later when over population became an issue they decided to conduct RAIDS and kill off the weak and unsuspecting, and keep their possessions (booty); hence the spoils of war.
    Nothing new here folks move along.
    When we find out that the people we are supposed to trust violate our trust becomes sickening, and seeing the acts of betrayal from our own elected officials make things a little tough to stomach. But the wisdom of the power that corrupts becomes to common place in the HOUSE OF ZEUS, yes The Capitol = The House of Zeus. It is inevitable that the good people we send there turn to the Inner Ego of their own Mind led astray, by their senior members that have been in office tooo long.
    If for nothing else but the protection of our fellow Congressmen/CongressWomen, there has to be TERM LIMITS.

  4. The Ford Foundation is a major player and I try to mention it whenever I recognize their work.
    It might be hard to sell Congressman on term limiting themselves for their own protection. But there's no question there's dark spirits in residence at our Capitol.


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