Your Future In Six Parts

Fed up? Had enough of Government spending all your money on useless and crazy schemes? Pissed off with all the regulation and rules? Even more pissed off with the level of punitive taxes and fines?

Let me explain what its all about.

Governments are no longer about looking after the best interests of their people. Rights are no longer about protecting the people from their governments.

No, now its about globalised interdependence, making sure that no one Nation State can support and survive on its own, being dependent upon a host of other states for fuel, food, energy, human resource, defence and money. Its about the destruction of Nation States and the creation of unelected supranational governments and institutions. The post democratic age.

The increase in military style policing at home is not to protect you, but to keep you very much in your place as this change advances. Ironic really as we fight overseas wars all in the name of exporting democracy to the great unwashed in order to keep our military structures fully occupied whilst this revolution takes place.

The planning for this has been a long time in the making, the execution of the changes have taken just as long. The continued use of false flag exercises and political Problem/Reaction/Solution events to gain a further rung up the planning ladder, year by year, decade by decade has taken us to the point where the values, beliefs and spirit that our forefathers fought and died for are nearly exhausted.

This is no conspiracy, its real. The authors (listed further down) of this great plan even wrote it down and published it. For your delight, I republish it here, as I did in 2008 on the original PJC Journal.

The headers and links are below, the fuller texts are in the previous 6 posts.

Read this and understand, you will then realise that all the puppets in government, Lib, Lab & Tory really are working to the same plan, there are only minor differences on how they want it presented to you.

It explains why our industries have been decimated, our fisheries, farming and agriculture neutered, our defence whittled down to 3rd world status and why our sovereignty is given away. It explains why we will face hunger, poverty & taxation of a kind unknown in Britain since King John, and whilst we are broke why our government continues to borrow to give away in aid around the globe and why our very system of democracy is under threat.

Your choices beyond this are simple.

  • Keep voting as you currently do and get more of the same.
  • Start thinking outside of the box and start voting for the minor parties.
  • Or, do as they are doing in the Arab world, and start TAKING your freedoms and rights back.

Those of us who take the time to read deeper than the headlines of the Guardian know that the Club of Rome are but one organisation responsible for this scam. Yes, that what I said, scam. Created events in order to kid populations into doing their bidding.

For those who are not fully conversant with the CLUB OF ROME this is taken from the archives:

“It would seem that men and women need a common motivation, namely a common adversary, to organize and act together in the vacuum such as motivation seemed to have ceased to exist or have yet to be found. The need for enemies seems to be a common historical factor…
Bring the divided nation together to face an outside enemy, either a real one or else one INVENTED for the purpose…

Democracy will be made to seem responsible for the lagging economy, the scarcity and uncertainties. The very concept of democracy could then be brought into question and allow for the seizure of power by extremists of one brand or the other…

In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. The real enemy [of the elites and their minions] then is humanity itself.”

– “The First Global Revolution” (1991) published by the Club of Rome. Members of the Club of Rome include: Al Gore, Jimmy Carter, Bill Gates, George Soros and author of the Kyoto Protocols Maurice Strong.

Got that! Come up with the idea, formulate the policy, then find enough bits of scientific evidence to fit the bill, then rubbish everything else, recruit masses of eco warriors to sell the story to, massive publicity, close down debate. All made up!!!

We saw this type of methodology in action a little closer to home with the sacking of Prof. Nutt by Alan Johnson, quoting in his letter “I cannot have public confusion between scientific advice and policy”. The current madness of Chris Bryant follows the same footsteps, the policy must be followed.

Its the policy bit that I am concerned with here, for instance the policy with regards to Global warming has long been laid out by the Club of Rome in their publications RIO: Reshaping the International Order, 1976, along with other global mechanisms designed to scam the public over money, food and energy etc, and install a regime of Global governance.

Not all the time-lines have matched the original plan, but there is no doubt that all is still very much on the agenda.

RIO has been broken down into 6 readable parts (you can of course go get the entire thing, the ISBN is at the end of each section) but for convenience you can read it here.

Reshaping the International Order – Part 1
“The establishment of a New International Economic Order entails fundamental changes in political, social, cultural and other aspects of society, changes which would bring about a New International Order.” – RIO: Reshaping the International Order, 1976 (p5)

Reshaping the International Order – Part 2
“Among the instruments of implementation at the international level, I attach the highest priority to the introduction of international taxation and the establishment of an international central bank.” – Mahbub ul Haq, Director of Policy Planning World Bank (1970-1982) and RIO Member (p321)

Reshaping the International Order – Part 3
“The achievement of this global planning and management system calls for the conscious transfer of power – a gradual transfer to be sure – from the nation State to the world organization. Only when this transfer takes place can the organization become effective and purposeful.” – RIO: Reshaping the International Order, 1976 (p185)

Reshaping the International Order – Part 4
“Atomic and political scientists from Harvard University and MIT meeting in November 1975 concluded that an atomic war will certainly occur before the year 2000. This, they believed, could only be prevented by the decision of all nation-states to surrender their sovereignty to an authoritarian world government, a possibility they viewed as unlikely.” – RIO: Reshaping the International Order, 1976 (p46)

Reshaping the International Order – Part 5
“… it is of utmost importance that an equilibrium be established between the world’s total population and the capacity of ’spaceship earth’…” – RIO: Reshaping the International Order, 1976 (p124)

Reshaping the International Order – Part 6
“To obtain an equitable international social and economic order efforts will to be made by everyone… every single member of the world’s population.” – RIO: Reshaping the International Order, 1976 (p100)

If you have read all of this you will probably come to the same conclusion as myself. Entire populations are being played for suckers, being manipulated, robbed and set up for the biggest fall humanity has ever experienced.

Generations of kids all over the world are being ‘educated’ into believing that this Communitarian utopia, this Communist/Fascist hybrid global governance is OK, that this is the change we have all been waiting for!

So, what do you want to do now?

  • Keep voting as you currently do and get more of the same.
  • Start thinking outside of the box and start voting for the minor parties.
  • Or, do as they are doing in the Arab world, and start TAKING your freedoms and rights back.

Its up to you.

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First published on PJCJournal on February 18, 2011

 

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We now live in a Nation….

"We now live in a nation where doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy
justice, universities destroy knowledge, governments destroy freedom, the
press destroys information, religion destroys morals, and our banks destroy
the economy."
 -- Chris Hedges, Columnist, TruthDig.com

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Ian PJ Speech To Parliamentary Conference On Global Economic Meltdown….13 Jul 2009

First posted by IanPJ on Tue 14 Jul 2009 16:09 BST – because we must not forget the why and how, or who was responsible.

As the then Leader of the Libertarian Party UK, I had the pleasure yesterday (Monday 13th July) to spend the day at Westminster, attending as a speaker the Parliamentary Conference on Global Financial and Economic Meltdown.

This lively event, hosted by Lord Tarsem King of West Bromwich was held in Committee rooms 3 and 4a in the House of Lords, and was organised jointly by Global Vision 2000 and the Universal Peace Federation UK.

There were a variety of speakers at this conference, including:

Dr.Nafeez Ahmed : Director, Institute for Policy Research and Development
Anne Belsey: Monetary Reform Party
Canon Peter Challen:Chairman, Christian Council for Monetary Justice
Kelvin Hopkins MP – Labour, Luton North
Ian Parker-Joseph   Leader,  Libertarian Party
Daud Pidcock: Global Vision 2000
David Triggs: Coalition for Economic Justice & Executive Chair, Henry George Foundation
Dr.Adrian Wrigley Systemic Fiscal Reform Group
The full text of the 10 minute speech given by myself is below, although much of the presentation was interspersed with ad hoc examples and comments,
the Monetary Reform solution was presented in the Q&A session due to time constraints.

At no time in history has any individual had such a wealth of information at their fingertips.  With this in mind, you would think it would be easy to take the pulse of the global economy but at no time in history has the global economy been so rich, varied, and rapid.Business systems of increasing complexity govern our lives in ways the classic economists could never have envisaged.  Entire industries collapse without anything tangible ever disrupting supply chains and nations fall bankrupt on the “market confidence” of Wall Street traders.  We live in a world of inconceivable numbers and we live in blissful ignorance of business and financial practices we never knew existed… until they go spectacularly wrong.No government can ever control an economy.  All those who have sought to do so have destroyed it.  One can only manage ones’ responses to events in it.  While we may like to gear our economy in a certain way, our economies do not run in isolation of each other. Thanks to globalisation and the internet we are inextricably linked and we cannot pretend otherwise. Which is why the proposals that I will put forward later will cover both domestic and international economics.

As world leaders try to move us ever closer towards international  regulations and international bodies of control, there is only one constant.

Systems,

Systems of whatever type, inevitably fail… be they computer systems, regulatory systems or currency systems. This presents the immediate reality that if we use only one system then when it fails, we all fail. And we all fail at the same time.

Undeterred by this reality it has not prevented our leaders from seeking to standardise, make uniform and equalise our systems.  But each society has its own unique perspectives and interests, any such common systems require either a democracy bypass or compromise which fundamentally weakens the basis of the system.  In global banking we have seen both.

We have also witnessed institutional schizophrenia whereby one regulator does not know what the other is doing or even what it is for, and our  politicians do not know the extent of their powers or to whom the real power belongs.

What we saw last year was the culmination of national, regional and global government intervening in things they do not understand and cannot control.

The oft quoted cause of this crisis is “irresponsible lending” and “excessive risk” by “greedy bankers”.  But that is only half way to the truth.

The credit crunch is a failure of global regulation as a tool, leading to the construction of castles on a foundation of jelly, such international regulation is now wholly discredited.
Risk is its own regulator when governments do not seek to meddle, and had we retained control of our own regulation, the crisis here need not have hit us as hard as it did.

We are all aware of the disposal of the assets that US banks were legally obliged to create under the Community Reinvestment Act, creating loans worth more than their balance sheets. This put a direct freeze on interbank lending. This subsequent freeze in capital flow sent shockwaves through the markets resulting in instant paralysis.

Subsequently we were forced by circumstance to take a leap of faith that bailouts would restore market confidence and jumpstart interbank lending.  Whether or not this has worked is, frankly, anyone’s guess.

There are conflicting signal signs and while there may be room for optimism we have been warned by the IMF this week that Britain cannot afford another bailout, which may yet be necessary. Among all the talk of “green shoots of recovery” the fear is that we will enter a double dip recession.  The contraction of the job market further could lead to bigger credit defaults, not least on credit card debt which is now outstripping our GDP.

Our present administration has taken it upon itself to bailout everything that so much as squeaks. This is a path to economic suicide.
Even if such measures worked, this is all a sticking plaster at best. Present policy is predicated on the idea that a debt based economy is sustainable and desirable. It is not. UK Plc needs to be producing and exporting, earning money from overseas.

The Domestic Economy needs to be stimulated from the bottom up not the top down. Economies are sustained by the ability of the purchasing public to earn, save and spend, consuming the products that the factories produce.

There is little point in bailing out a failing car manufacturer to see them make cars that they cannot sell.

Put simply it is not capitalism that has failed, it is creditism. Capitalism was designed to work on capital, but it has been distorted and altered to rely on credit, spend now pay later.

It is that this debt based economic model that has now found its way into every layer of society from consumer, retailer, producer to government, all totally reliant upon credit, is the primary reason why a single system failure, in this case interbank lending, stopped everything dead in its tracks.

Having sold off our gold reserves, raided our pension funds  and squandered the money, there was nothing to fall back on, and we have allowed the backbone of the country, the wealth creators, the small to medium enterprise to be drowned in a sea of compliance, regulation and taxes which are crippling our ability to compete, and consequently we have a shrinking productive sector in a country that is spending ever more.

Nations, markets and individuals are stronger through diversity than homogenised cultures, regulatory systems and governments.With this in mind we must reform to ensure our money is real and that our future is built on more than just an I.O.U note to the world bank.

Real Money, not borrowings, is the core of the economy. It belongs to those to earn and spend it, the wealth creators, not merely to those who currently create money or manage it.

But that is only a beginning.

Total Reform of the monetary system, I propose Three planks – Sterling, Sovereign and Free Banking

Firstly, we will return the sovereignty of our national currency—pounds Sterling—to the Crown, removing the privilege of creating money from the private banking industry, with new Sterling being created, debt-free, by the government, and thence spent into the broader economy. The amount of Sterling in circulation will be prevented from being expanded through FRB, stopping bank generated inflationary spirals developing, and keeping the value of your savings safe.

Secondly, we will create a new currency, pounds Sovereign, to be 100% backed by gold. Still vital for international trade, a gold-backed currency will be immensely strong, and help protect the UK from the storms and squalls that sometimes rip through international markets. This kind of currency will also attract investment from overseas into the UK.

Thirdly, allow for the creation of free banks. Free Banks would be completely free of any government interference or regulation. If these prove popular with the market—the citizens of our nation—they will grow and prosper, choosing to embrace FRB if it wished with their own currencies (HSBC peso or Natwest dollars) possibly supplanting Sterling as the primary means of exchange on a day-to-day basis.
However, and should they fail, such failure will not impact on anyone who chooses to keep their banking facilities purely denominated in pounds Sterling. In this way a genuine free market in banking will be able to be tried, without the risks being spread over the general population, or the nation as a whole.

I believe that the proposals outlined above are sound and necessary. Our existing banking system has been creaking from one crisis to the next over many years, and has only remained unchallenged because of the enormous influence that those who most benefit from it—the private bankers—wield over our elected politicians.

I am happy that some of the Libertarian Party policies outlined in our manifesto (http://libertarianpartyuk.com/policy-manifesto-2012/) are beginning to find traction in Westminster, and that my contribution reaffirmed the consensus view with those voices who shared this platform with me yesterday.

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Edward Snowden Issues Statement From Moscow

Via Wikileaks:

Statement from Edward Snowden in Moscow

One week ago I left Hong Kong after it became clear that my freedom and safety were under threat for revealing the truth. My continued liberty has been owed to the efforts of friends new and old, family, and others who I have never met and probably never will. I trusted them with my life and they returned that trust with a faith in me for which I will always be thankful.

On Thursday, President Obama declared before the world that he would not permit any diplomatic “wheeling and dealing” over my case. Yet now it is being reported that after promising not to do so, the President ordered his Vice President to pressure the leaders of nations from which I have requested protection to deny my asylum petitions.

This kind of deception from a world leader is not justice, and neither is the extralegal penalty of exile. These are the old, bad tools of political aggression. Their purpose is to frighten, not me, but those who would come after me.

For decades the United States of America have been one of the strongest defenders of the human right to seek asylum. Sadly, this right, laid out and voted for by the U.S. in Article 14 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, is now being rejected by the current government of my country. The Obama administration has now adopted the strategy of using citizenship as a weapon. Although I am convicted of nothing, it has unilaterally revoked my passport, leaving me a stateless person. Without any judicial order, the administration now seeks to stop me exercising a basic right. A right that belongs to everybody. The right to seek asylum.

In the end the Obama administration is not afraid of whistleblowers like me, Bradley Manning or Thomas Drake. We are stateless, imprisoned, or powerless. No, the Obama administration is afraid of you. It is afraid of an informed, angry public demanding the constitutional government it was promised — and it should be.

I am unbowed in my convictions and impressed at the efforts taken by so many.

Edward Joseph Snowden

Monday 1st July 2013

 

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Six Things to ask yourself

For Joe public life is full of events. From the time you wake in the morning to the time you rest your head again at night, we do stuff, lots of stuff.

We get the breakfast going, get the kids ready for school, listen to the news, go to the shops, buy food, clothes or just shop for nick nacks, visit the hospital or doctors or even take a neighbour, take the bus to see friends, meet in the local coffee shop, attend meetings, go to work, take a drive, sing or take photographs, eat out, an evening in the pub or just watching TV.

We all fill our days in different ways…but, virtually everything you do, touch, buy or imbibe is covered by a plethora of laws, rules or regulation. Totally.

In a post on 6th Feb (Britain at the Crossroads) I indicated that the UK is now a totalitarian state, governed by an unelected and totalitarian super-state. That does not mean that cops are running around waving guns at everyone to get them to do things they dont want to do, but it does mean that virtually everything you do, touch, buy or imbibe is covered by a plethora of laws, rules or regulations. Totally.

I ended that post by asking a simple question.

Quiz for today, totalitarian: If you don’t believe that Britain is governed totally by political rules, regulations, orders and diktats, please name me 6 everyday activities, yes, just six, that you undertake that does not require a. permission, b. licence, c. regulated action, d. regulated packaging, materials, ingredients, tools etc.

i.e. 6 activities that never touch the state or a regulator.

I recall reading somewhere that in the 1950′s it was claimed that the average member of the public only ever came into contact with the state on 3 occasions, school, the post office and paying tax. Not quite true but I think you get my drift.

I didn’t get any takers, so I am giving you the opportunity again. Has the UK become a totalitarian state or can you name just 6 activities that never touch the state or a regulator?

When you have decided that you cannot find 6 things, I will then ask which political party will have the guts to start repealing all these laws, rules and regulations, and take us back to being a free democratic society, a society where you decide, weigh up your own risks and take responsibility for your own actions and activities.

I think  you may be hard pushed to answer that as well.

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In reply to John Redwood

In response to John Redwood’s article today headed ‘Tuesday 5 July 10.30am proposal to put £9.5 billion extra into IMF‘, I have posted the following*.

Dear Mr Redwood,
Spending plans and actual spending are two very different things as I am sure you know well, and although the coalition may have reduced Labour’s forward plans to spend, they have not reduced actual spending, in fact that has gone up.

That £9.5bln will push that spending up even further, but to match that against future spending planning is not quite cricket.

Britain will have to borrow that money, and repay it, from International Bankers, give it to the IMF so that they can lend it out to other States no longer in a position to borrow, so that they in turn can repay the same International Bankers we borrow from for government debt that no taxpayer asked for or wanted.

This quite ridiculous state of affairs where governments are socialising debt must come to an end, before the end is thrust upon us.

*currently sitting in moderation. 1.40pm 3rd July – published

Taxpayers here and elsewhere are fed up of having to pay the debts of others whilst seeing their own services cut to the bone. Their patience is not infinite. To attempt to match new spending against reductions in a budget that no longer exists is duplicitous to say the least. Coalition MPs should heed that.

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Gold & Silver bullion – what’s going on?

A very good question. This evening I happened upon an article about DSK written by James Higham, which has outlined how the US government has trumped up the charges that DSK has faced, not to do with his infidelity, but to stop him asking the VERY awkward questions.

Not just him, but another international Banker, a friend of DSK, is suffering the same fate as we speak, all because there have been concerns within the IMF about US delays in providing gold for auction.

Rumours have abounded for some time that there is no gold left in most major treasuries, or what can be seen is really gold plated bars of lead or zinc, that even gold stockholders are only issuing paper certificates but not handing over the physical gold, and that sooner or later governments would have to start hiding this and covering up through control and legislation.

Earlier today I received an email linking me the site of a Gold Bullion dealer who is equally concerned, not with the disappearing gold, but by a new law that has been passed in the US (Dodd-Frank Reform and Consumer Protection Act) which forbids and restricts certain kinds of gold and silver trading effectively making it illegal.

At first I though the email was just another round robin style story, but now.. well now I’m not so sure. Perhaps Ron Paul’s calls for audits of the Fed, US Treasury and especially Fort Knox are right on the button.

Perhaps an audit of the Bank of England is also long overdue.

You can read the two items here.

What did DSK discover in America?

Bullion Will Now Be Illegal for ALL U.S. Residents

You will as always draw your own conclusions, but if the US is going to financially implode on July 15th, I am sure TPTB would want it to be preceded by unrest, (some will no doubt say black ops), on July 4th as official paranoia reaches fever pitch in law enforcement circles.

Have a great weekend.

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As Athens burns the EC announces €1 trillion budget

Whilst demanding that Greece impose upon its people draconian austerity measures, European Commission president José Manuel Barroso defended the EU budget as ambitious but responsible and warned member states against “Pavlovian reactions”.

1,000,000,000,000 (or one million millions) of your tax money spent by unelected no-bodies, living the life of Riley at your expense with 15 years of unaudited accounts, is not what I call responsible. No wonder more and more EU member states’ citizens are sliding below the poverty line.

Classical conditioning (also Pavlovian or respondent conditioning, Pavlovian reinforcement) is a form of conditioning that was first demonstrated by Ivan Pavlov in 1927.

The typical procedure for inducing classical conditioning involves presentations of a neutral stimulus along with a stimulus of some significance, the “unconditioned stimulus”. The neutral stimulus could be any event that does not result in an overt behavioral response from the organism under investigation. Conversely, presentation of the significant stimulus necessarily evokes an innate, often reflexive, response.

One of the earliest literary references to classical conditioning can be found in the comic novel The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman (1759) by Laurence Sterne. The narrator Tristram Shandy explains how his mother was conditioned by his father’s habit of winding up a clock before having sex with his wife.

Another example is in the dystopian novel, A Clockwork Orange in which the novel’s anti-hero and protagonist, Alex, is given a solution to cause severe nausea, and is forced to watch violent acts. This renders him unable to perform any violent acts without inducing similar nausea.

In Barosso’s case, in his addiction of forcing member states to impose austerity measures whilst imposing fiscal oversight, Barosso is forced to watch the fiscal destruction of a nation taking EU/IMF money making it impossible to break the debt cycle and become subservient to Brussels. This renders him unable to perform any kind of fiscal bullying without inducing demands for more money and direct taxation to feed the EU/IMF beast, the member nations being incapable of refusing such requests to borrow even more as they approach the fiscal tipping point themselves.

Some call it the Nero syndrome..

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Back soon..

Apologies for the lack of blog posts lately, but I have been heavily involved in the setting up of a new business venture. It has quite understandably been taking up all my time, energies and reading slots so I have not been able to undertake political research as normal.

Blogging will resume shortly…

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Marxist Britain

Do you recognise any of the following traits in our political and social life?

1. The creation of racism offences.
2. Continual change to create confusion
3. The teaching of sex and homosexuality to children
4. The undermining of schools’ and teachers’ authority
5. Huge immigration to destroy identity.
6. The promotion of excessive drinking
7. Emptying of churches
8. An unreliable legal system with bias against victims of crime
9. Dependency on the state or state benefits
10. Control and dumbing down of media
11. Encouraging the breakdown of the family

What’s that? All of them? Surprised?

One has to ask: Was it through a fit of absent-mindedness or gross incompetence? Or was it not inadvertent at all, but deliberate?

The reason I say deliberate is because the above comes from the Frankfurt School 1928 Manifesto of Cultural Marxism, also known by its other name Political Correctness, and it is very much alive and well in 2011, in the UK, the EU and across the entire western world.

William S. Lind argues that,

“Political Correctness is cultural Marxism. It is Marxism translated from economic into cultural terms. It is an effort that goes back not to the 1960s and the hippies and the peace movement, but back to World War I. If we compare the basic tenets of Political Correctness with classical Marxism the parallels are very obvious.”

or this:

“The Socialist Alliance programme is the foundation upon which everything else is built, including in time our exact organisational forms and constantly shifting tactics. The programme links our continuous and what should be all-encompassing agitational work with our ultimate aim of a communitarian, or communist, system. Our programme thus establishes the basis for agreed action and is the lodestar, the point of reference, around which the voluntary unity of the Socialist Alliance is built and concretised. Put another way, the programme represents the dialectical unity between theory and practice.” [emphasis added] Posted by Weekly Worker 368, January 25 2001. See also: “The transition to the communitarian system” in the same issue of the American Communist Party’s Weekly Worker.

The Frankfurt School is the name usually used to refer to a group of scholars who have been associated at one point or another over several decades with the Institute for Social Research of the University of Frankfurt, including Theodor W. Adorno, Max Horkheimer, Ernst Bloch, Walter Benjamin, Wilhelm Reich, Erich Fromm, Herbert Marcuse, Wolfgang Fritz Haug and Jürgen Habermas.

In the 1930s the Institute for Social Research was forced out of Germany by the rise of the Nazi Party. In 1933, the Institute left Germany for Geneva. It then moved to New York City in 1934, where it became affiliated with Columbia University. (and it is Columbia University where the next step in this Marxist dialectic arose, Communitarianism, before spreading and taking root in the Chicago school under Amitai Etzioni)

Its journal Zeitschrift für Sozialforschung was accordingly renamed Studies in Philosophy and Social Science. It was at that moment that much of its important work began to emerge, having gained a favorable reception within American and English academia. Among the key works of the Frankfurt School which applied Marxist categories to the study of culture were Adorno’s “On Popular Music,” which was written with George Simpson and published in Studies in Philosophy and Social Sciences in 1941, Adorno and Horkheimer’s “The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception”, originally a chapter in Dialectic of Enlightenment (1947).

Its thinkers were particularly influenced by the failure of the working-class revolution in Western Europe (precisely where Marx had predicted that a communist revolution would take place) and by the rise of Nazism in such an economically and technologically advanced nation as Germany. This led many of them to take up the task of choosing what parts of Marx’s thought might serve to clarify contemporary social conditions which Marx himself had never seen. Another key influence also came from the publication in the 1930s of Marx’s Economic-Philosophical Manuscripts and The German Ideology, which showed the continuity with Hegelianism that underlay Marx’s thought.

The Hegelian dialectic is the ridiculous idea that constant conflict and continual merging of opposite ideologies, as established by extreme right or left belief systems, will lead spiritual mankind into final perfection. Hegel’s brilliance rests in his ability to confuse and obfuscate the true motives of the planners, and millions of people world-wide have been trying to make sense of why it doesn’t work for over 150 years. But like the AA definition of insanity, the world keeps trying it over and over expecting different results. …

The laying of a Marxist Britain, inside a Marxist EU was the mission of Tony Blair and his largely Marxist and Communist cabinet members. (even if they denied being current members). The EU is also awash and top heavy with Communists and Marxists with the President of the EU Commission, Manuel Barosso a Maoist.

The next step, to turn Britain into a Communitarian state is the mission of Cameron and Clegg, with the help of advisers such as Philip Blonde and his Red Toryism and the ever present Fabian Society think tank Demos (George Osborne, his party colleague David Willetts joined its advisory board) and its also interesting to note that Vince Cable and Danny Alexander are both on the Advisory Council. http://www.demos.co.uk/people#council

Cameron launched his Big Society idea in the Conservative manifesto as ‘new thinking’ – yet it seems the EU launched their idea a tad before Cameron – see here; and this was followed up a few months later with this. – its all communitarian clap trap.

When are you going to realise that, and stop voting for, all three parties in the UK are building global communitarianism, international communism with a smiley face…. centrally planned, carefully managed, societies.

Do you really want to live exist in a region of a Communist EU Empire?

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Thanks to James Higham for the original idea.

Further reading.

http://nourishingobscurity.com/2011/06/18/jumping-the-shark/

http://www.thecomingdepression.net/survival-tips/multiculturalism-attempt-to-destroy-national-identity-uk-speechwriter/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frankfurt_School

http://www.crossroad.to/articles2/05/dialectic.htm

http://www.crossroad.to/Quotes/communitarian/niki.htm

“The Socialist Alliance programme is the foundation upon which everything else is built, including in time our exact organisational forms and constantly shifting tactics. The programme links our continuous and what should be all-encompassing agitational work with our ultimate aim of a communitarian, or communist, system. Our programme thus establishes the basis for agreed action and is the lodestar, the point of reference, around which the voluntary unity of the Socialist Alliance is built and concretised. Put another way, the programme represents the dialectical unity between theory and practice.” [emphasis added] Posted by Weekly Worker 368, January 25 2001. See also: “The transition to the communitarian system” in the same issue of the American Communist Party’s Weekly Worker.

“The Socialist Alliance programme is the foundation upon which everything else is built, including in time our exact organisational forms and constantly shifting tactics. The programme links our continuous and what should be all-encompassing agitational work with our ultimate aim of a communitarian, or communist, system. Our programme thus establishes the basis for agreed action and is the lodestar, the point of reference, around which the voluntary unity of the Socialist Alliance is built and concretised. Put another way, the programme represents the dialectical unity between theory and practice.” [emphasis added] Posted by Weekly Worker 368, January 25 2001. See also: “The transition to the communitarian system” in the same issue of the American Communist Party’s Weekly Worker.

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