December 14, 2010
Strategic Demise of America
It should come as no surprise that today’s culture of death extends beyond individuals to entire nation-states. Former governor of Colorado Dick Lamm fleshed out what he recognized as a genius strategy for destroying our country. To spark tension and turmoil, one first must turn America into a bi- or multi-lingual and bicultural country. Next, to level the playing field, one must invent multiculturalism and, in the end, celebrate diversity over unity.
No more the “melting pot,” America instead must establish her metaphoric identity with the “salad bowl.” In so doing, each societal component maintains its own language and culture, dual citizenship, and thus divided loyalties. Any effective down-with-America strategist worth his or her weight in gold knows to under educate America’s fastest growing demographic group.
Exploitive Grievance Industry
By recruiting big foundations and businesses to invest generously in the grievance industry, said strategists milk the cult of victimology so that even undocumented workers feel entitled to jobs and all the rights and privileges of American citizens.
Attorney Phyllis Schlafly of Eagle Forum suggests that amnesty for tens of millions dwarfs when compared to temporary guest workers for whom American citizens are expected to pay staggering entitlements. Examples include Medicaid, Social Security (with credit for Federal Insurance Contributions Act [FICA] taxes paid under false numbers), Supplemental Security Income, Earned Income Tax Credit, the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program, food stamps, public and subsidized housing, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), and federally funded legal representation.
Add to these the exorbitant costs of public schooling (in some cases, including three meals a day), and experts surmise that under the titanic weight of diversity, multilingualism, and entitlement even for lawbreakers, America’s already begun her downward descent. Once the rate of immigration exceeds that of assimilation, chaos is unavoidable.
Globalism: Political Correctness, Its Philosophical Base
In an ironic twist, postmodern liberals believe that standardized tests are racist; but racial quotas and set asides, reverse discrimination, and cultural entitlement are not. Though laden with laughable absurdities and inconsistencies, political correctness (PC) is serious business. It forms the philosophical base for globalism, and many “-isms” huddle under its umbrella. United causes include civil/gender/sexual orientation rights and radical environmentalism.
The one-world agenda surpasses all other considerations. PC thought police brand oppose counter arguments as mere anecdotal evidence, and they brand as “racist” simple word choices—e.g., illegal aliens instead of “undocumented workers.” Though the law distinguishes a “domestic partnership” from a lawful marriage between one man and one woman, any free-thinking individual who does so is labeled “homophobic,” intolerant, and oppressive.
In spheres of education and employment, the government-endorsed policy of positive discrimination favors minority ethnic groups and women. Nepotism is no small matter. By expediting government control over hiring, firing, and other business practices, conceptual political correctness actually hinders assimilation and hope for economic improvement.
Already, the workforce development program of Goals 2000 is considering a national job registry whose computer database contains Myers-Briggs-type indicators of the job candidate’s political and even religious leanings. Loopholes allow governmental intrusion into beliefs and values of students and their parents—this, through subtle psychological evaluation. Resulting high-efficiency databases merely masquerade as accountability when, in fact, they smack of excessive governmental control.
is no good thing in the land of the free and home of the brave.
Over the last three decades, bilingual education, expanded welfare, the hyphenated identity, and radical historical revisionism have served well the global cause, but not without consequence. Sadly, affirmative action has been twisted into a legalized quota system that hurts everyone, most particularly qualified minorities.
No matter, to bring about desired “group think” under peer pressure, Hegelian dialectic or conflict resolution, otherwise known as the Delphi Technique, is the globalist’s attitudinal and behavior modification tactic of choice. In the dialectic process, ends always justify means; through it, bureaucrats, politicians, and “educrats” handily discredit notions of fixed rights or wrongs in exchange for a New Earth global civic ethic as endorsed by Professor Carroll Quigley of Georgetown University.
In Tragedy and Hope (1966), Quigley wrote about an international network of handpicked, likeminded Ivy Leaguers. Having declared war on the world’s alleged disease of nationalist individualism, this elitist shadow government virtually controls America and, in Quigley’s view, rightfully so.
The stealth, though costly consensus process primes world citizens for transformation to a new, politically-correct, and collectivist paradigm that insiders embrace, Quigley affirms, and Gorbachev portrays as “one human family and one Earth community with common destiny.” 
Globalism: Bound to Christianity-Free Religiosity
Held together by the Council on Foreign Relations, America’s preeminent non-governmental foreign affairs organization, Eastern liberal establishment insiders superintend the burgeoning one-world system. CFR spin-offs wield three arms of interrelated power: economic (Bilderberg Group),  spiritual (Club of Rome)  and political (Trilateral Commission).
Remarkably, the Bible accurately predicts a central, end-time authority to control its citizens’ power to buy and sell. Even a portion of the church (Laodicea) will be increased with goods of the global economy and will consider itself to be rich and in need of nothing, but erroneously so.
Once plainly displayed, H.G. Wells’ open conspiracy will manifest as a world religion that serves higher consciousness, as promulgated by theosophists who fancy themselves part of the god-force and identify the voice of god within as “your voice and mine.” Promising an emerging new age in concert with the new world order, theosophy plaits religious, philosophic, and scientific thought into the tangled braid of new age mysticism.
In Latin “religion” means “to bind”—that is, to a belief or philosophy that might or might not involve worship of a god or gods. Powerful incentives of guilt and/or fear beckon the gullible to one-world dogma, as expounded in globalism’s bible, the United Nations Charter.
Forget the Ten Commandments upon which is founded America’s justice system. The UNESCO Declaration of Tolerance (1995) essentially elevates rejection of moral absolutism to the status of legal requirement in one-world politics.
Ordo Ab Chao
In the mid-1940s, Fred Emery explained that, when confronted with various crises, folks go into psychological retreat. In the face of looming chaos, these readily forfeit personal power in hopes of reestablishing desired order. Fantasy and addiction that trail cognitive dissociation serve only to strengthen the grip of control.
A Latin motto, ordo ab chao, means “order out of chaos.” It works like this: First, one identifies—or, if necessary, creates—a problem. The so-called “Law of Five” advanced by late Grand Patriot of the Jacobin Society Adam Weishaupt gives rise to threatened chaos and, then, discord, confusion, and micromanagement—all followed by an aftermath of frustration and/or alienation.
this in mind, opportunistic control mongers lick their chops at the
prospect of any old crisis—be it real (moral decay), imagined
(vast, right-wing conspiracy), or manipulated (manmade environmental
catastrophe). A wearied public becomes well conditioned to being warned,
shamed, rebuked, and mocked under pretext of becoming “informed”
(actually, manipulated) by “those in the know.” That being
the case, folks more readily identify with Liesl von Trapp of Sound
of Music fame.
Admittedly young and inexperienced, this sweet sixteen-year-old needed someone older and wiser telling her what to do. Boyfriend Rolfe (then seventeen going on eighteen) waited in the wings, ever eager to take care of her. Unfortunately, this nature-takes-its-course liaison served only to bring down Liesl’s once-privileged world by means of the 1938 Anschluss of Austria when Nazi Germany took control.
Globalism: A-traditionalism toward World Peace
In clearing the way for global governance, proponents undermine all that is traditional. For example, alternative lifestyles lauded for their inherent sustainability supplant traditional families. Adios, Ozzie and Harriet; today, Jennifer Has Two Daddies.
Bible truth gives way to universalism; and the U.S. Constitution takes on the attribute of a “living” document subject to the whims of politicians. Once “up for grabs,” this supreme law of our federal government yields to international law in the form of UN conventions and treaties to which American citizens are bound.
Endorsing world dominion of ruling elitists, South African Cecil John Rhodes established the Secret Society of the Elect (1891) to found “so great a power as to hereafter render wars impossible.”[ 69]  Recall that in the wake of Vietnam, John Lennon only imagined “nothing to kill or die for”; and in similarly troubled times, talk-show hostess Oprah Winfrey bolsters peace as prompted by “a civil rights movement for the soul.” 
Purportedly spirit-channeled in 1965 through Oprah’s longtime friend Marianne Williamson, the alleged “new revelation from Jesus,” embedded in The Course on Miracles, presumes to guide humanity through such a time as this. Given that sin, evil, and the devil are thought to be illusory, there allegedly remains nothing to kill or die for in Ekhart Tolle’s New Earth.
Benjamin Franklin once mused, “There never was a good war or a bad peace,” but I disagree. God calls Christians to “fight the good fight of faith.”  Authentic peace is possible only as it flows from its source, the Prince of Peace himself; otherwise, it’s a hollow counterfeit.
A survivor of Nazism and communism, Dr. Balint Vazonyi came to the U.S. from Hungary following the 1956 uprising. Vazonyi identified four points of the American compass—namely, rule of law, individual rights, guaranteed property, and American identity.
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To crack a stone, a chiseler taps along the cut line with a wide, flat blade and produces a groove until, finally, he hammers the center hard and thereby achieves, as it were, a new order. Imagine that stone to be our nation; its chiseler, the globalist intent on her demise and, with it, the four points of America's compass.
The end result is destined to be no utopian dream, as promised, but it is enough to make our founding fathers, not to mention Vazonyi, turn in their graves.
More to follow, Part 4.
2- Phyllis Schlafly, “Guest Workers Aren’t Cheap; They’re Expensive” (Alton, Illinois: The Phyllis Schlafly Report, July 2006), Volume 39, Number 12.
3- For more thorough exposure to these concepts, see: Allen Quist, Fed Ed: The New Federal Curriculum and How It's Enforced (Maple River, Minnesota: Maple River Education Coalition, September 2002).
4- Frank Aydelotte, The Vision of Cecil Rhodes (London, England: Oxford University Press, 1946), 5.
5- See: Mikhail Sergeevich Gorbachev, Search for a New Beginning: Developing a New Civilization (London, England: HarperCollins Publishers, June 1995).
6- The Bilderberg Group is a coterie of elite and wealthy globalists who meet annually to coordinate and disseminate plans for the new world order. Established by Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands (1954), it acts as a sort of international Council on Foreign Relations and is credited for bringing about the Common Market and the EEU. In “dividing the land for gain,” and “causing craft to prosper,” the antichrist system will “destroy wonderfully the mighty and the holy people” (Daniel 11:39 with 8:24-25).
7- Founded in 1968 by Italian industrialist Aurelio Peccei, the Club of Rome is an occult-driven spin-off from the CFR. Most planning directives for world government come from the COR whose 1972 report, The Limits of Growth, served as blueprint for today’s bold new economic, military, and political union in Europe.
8- Founded in 1973 by David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski, the Trilateral Commission is a multilateral planning commission within the stalwart of the Eastern liberal establishment of insiders. Members from three economic superpowers (North America, Western Europe, and Japan) seek to unite into a one-world, socialist government requiring voluntary demise of America’s independence. The intent is to seize control of government and thereby establish “political cosmopolitanism” by grasping her commercial/banking interests (Held, Falk and Miller). See: R. Falk, On Humane Governance (University Park, Pennslyvania: Pennsylvania University Press, 1995); D. Held, Democracy and Global Order (Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 1995); David Miller, On Nationality (Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press, 1995).
9- Revelation 3:14ff.
10- Not to embrace love of truth is to be “strongly deluded,” believing instead what literal scripture calls “the lie” (as opposed to “a lie”). Most likely this lie is grounded in the nefarious claim to Godhood advanced by Cosmic Humanists. At its root is pantheism, belief that all life is part of the impersonal god-force, defined as the sum total of all that exists (2 Thessalonians 2: 4, 11).
11- There will come a time when all nations will be made “to drink of the wine of the wrath” of what is tantamount to spiritual fornication (Revelation 14:8).
12- International Community, Charter of the United Nations and Statute of the International Court of Justice (New York, New York: United Nations, Department of Public Information, 1985), 80 pages.
13- The Bible speaks of end-time false teachers who defame Truth and forsake the straight path of moral absolutism. The global community acts instead upon whatever suits human fancy (2 Peter 2:1-2, 15; Judges 17:6). Principles as these take form in the United Nations Declaration of Tolerance, 2006.
14- Jacobism (The Philosophes) was founded in Versailles (1789) as an extremist republican club of the French Revolution. Its Grand Patriot Adam Weishaupt founded the Illuminati on May 1, 1776. This Enlightenment-era, Bavarian secret society is dedicated to world conquest.
15- To succumb to deception results in spiritual subservience, 2 Thessalonians 2:10, 11.
16- Galatians 1:9-10. Universalism teaches that all religions hold elements of truth and that no religion or religious teacher is right or wrong.
17- Living constitutionalism is dynamic interpretation of constitutional phraseology. With a view to pragmatism, or framers’ intent, living constitutionalists always take into account contemporaneous society. While Al Gore favors the concept, Supreme Court Justice Scalia strongly opposes it.
18- Cecil Rhodes’ Confession of Faith, “Sustainable Development Syllabus” from Radio Liberty at Post Office Box 13, Santa Cruz, California 95063.
19- Neal Donald Walsch, Tomorrow’s God: Our Greatest Spiritual Challenge (New York, New York: Atria Books, Simon & Schuster, 2004), Workbook 45.
20- Today’s new revelation is seeded in neo-pantheistic syncretism—that being doctrinal mix (syncretism) resurrecting ancient mystery religions with a new (neo) take on all (pan) life’s constituting the God essence (theo). One’s divinity is realized in his “higher self,” achieved by altered states of consciousness.
21- For an expanded perspective, see: Eckhart Tolle, A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose (New York, New York: Penguin, A Plume Book, 2006).
22- 1 Timothy 6:12.