Some see, few know, many choose to wander aimlessly in a fog, devoid of sunlight. I seek the light of day and leave the others to their chosen realm of ignorance. They are the ones who have brought this great nation down. I write only for the benefit of those who possess the courage required to restore our birthright.

Sunday, May 17, 2015

PLANNED CHAOS: PART VI, America Must Burn For Realization Of The End Game Submitted by Dee Fatouros


Everyday informed readers hear of and read about the denigration of our major social institutions by various groups charging discrimination.

At times it may appear as though there is complete chaos overtaking every aspect of the American way of life. Make no mistake, the chaos is planned. The previous five essays of this group detailed the assaults upon each of the five major social institutions that govern not only America, but every society.

The purpose of this series is to provide a frame of reference in which each attack can be easily recognized and how they are intertwined.

This write up is the conclusion to the series.

A recap of the five major social institutions:

1. The Family:
A socially defined set of relationships between at least two people related by birth, marriage, adoption, or, in some definitions, long-standing ties of intimacy.

2. Education:
A formal process in which knowledge, skills, and values are systematically transmitted from one individual or group to another.

3. Religion:
A unified system of beliefs and practices pertaining to the supernatural and to norms about the right way to live that is shared by a group of believers. Sociologists treat religion as a social rather than supernatural phenomenon.

4. Economic Institutions:
Sociologists understand the economy as the set of arrangements by which a society produces, distributes, and consumes goods, services, and other resources.

5. Political Institutions:
Institutions that pertain to the governance of a society, its formal distribution of authority, its use of force, and its relationships to other societies and political units. The state, an important political institution in modern societies, is the apparatus of governance over a particular territory.

There is overlapping in many insistence's and one can be utilized to undermine another. For example, the LGBT and green agendas are being promoted in schools, and children are asked intrusive questions regarding their families.
Below are examples of questions that students are expected to answer.

COMMON CORE VIOLATES PRIVACY OF STUDENTS AND FAMILIES
1. Political affiliations or beliefs of the student or parent; 
2. Mental and psychological problems of the student or the student’s family; 
3. Sex behavior or attitudes; 
4. Illegal, anti-social, self-incriminating, and demeaning behavior, 
5. Critical appraisals of other individuals with whom respondents have close family relationships; 
6. Legally recognized privileged or analogous relationships, such as those of lawyers, physicians, and ministers; 
7. Religious practices, affiliations, or beliefs of the student or the student’s parent; and 
8. Details of Income. 

The information, will be sent to federal agencies that were put in place once the States accepted Common Core.

Homeschoolers Under Attack
Homeschooling terrifies the Left because the Left is at its core totalitarian, seeking to bring political discipline to every aspect of life — and control of education is essential to that project.” But most Americans believe parental rights should trump government power.

Politics can be used to undermine the religious institutions which are being pushed ever leftward on the issues of the LGBT agenda as well as unbridled immigration, and acceptance of Islam under the guise of "tolerance" and social justice.

J.B. Matthews, McCarthyism, and the Religious Left
In June 1953, Matthews was appointed as McCarthy’s research director and in July published an article called “Reds in our Churches“ in the [then] conservative American Mercury magazine. In it, Matthews referred to the Protestant clergy as “The largest single group supporting the Communist apparatus in the United States.” The result was a public outrage at Matthews as well as “his boss,” Senator McCarthy. Time Magazine led the charge against Matthews and what it called “this astounding and inherently uncheckable statement.”
Reds in Our Churches.

His authorship of the controversial article “Reds in Our Churches“ exposed sophisticated communist manipulation to promote religious dissension in the United States. McCarthy’s critics seized the opportunity to label his efforts as a “Crusade against all Protestant ministers,” a view that Matthew certainly had not intended.  In his Mercury article, he specifically pointed out that the great majority of all clergy in America were loyal but that a highly visible minority operating under the guise of “social justice” lent the support of the Religious Left to a variety of “liberal” causes. Exaggerated and inaccurate commentaries about his intentions were used to get many U.S. congressmen to lend support to censure of McCarthy as an extremist.  


The aftermath of the Matthews incident still casts a long shadow over American politics. The Religious Left today, as then, is so determined to support what it perceives as the pursuit of “social justice” that it has often lent support to those whom it automatically regards as the “oppressed and downtrodden” – whether illegal immigrants who defy the law and even pro-Jihadi Muslims anxious to win additional privileges and special considerations under the guise of tolerance. Source        

The economy is also a victim of politics, religion, and education under the siren call for "social Justice" (redistribution of wealth).

The Trouble with Progressive Economics Beyond Keynesianism and Neoliberalism

In a similar vein, MIT economist Frank Levy argues: "We cannot legislate the rate of productivity growth ... That is why equalizing institutions are so important."Source 8

But redistributive policies do not constitute a growth agenda even if a growth label is slapped on them. Today, progressive economics is mainly concerned with social policy, not economic policy, which is why it has persistently failed to be adopted as a guide to economic policy making. In the past 10 years, some progressives acknowledged this failing and tried to update Keynesian growth theory. But this updated version of Keynesianism hardly constitutes a serious rethinking. Instead, progressives have merely fussed a bit around the edges, claiming a tenuous link between higher consumer demand and greater business investment, which they argue drives growth. Source 9

As such, the progressive canon still lacks a coherent or credible theory for how to spur productivity, innovation, and competitiveness. Little wonder that many voters find the neoclassical story, flawed as it is, more appealing: it at least claims to produce a larger pie.

As the examples above note, the social institutions are frequently intertwined and often do not stand alone. Cleverly targeting each one, by using another, enables the subtle transformation of a culture. This is precisely what has been happening in America since the beginning of the twentieth century.

The following video Agenda: Grinding America Down is well worth the hour and a half viewing for those who have not seen it. It is in English with Brazilian (Portuguese) sub titles.


By now, many have come to realize that globalism is not a conspiracy, it is a reality and is here. It started with Agenda 21. birthed via the UN in 1992 under the guise of sustainable development. It was but one arrow in the globalist quiver, albeit a clever one.

Thus, to truly understand the tools of destruction, we need to be aware of the total picture. We need to be able to recognize not only what segment of our culture is being attacked, but how it is being interwoven with other segments leading to the endgame:

"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 First Global Revolution", A Report by the Council of the Club of Rome by Alexander King and Bertrand Schneider 1991.

The link The Globalist Agenda will take you to the main site which contains a wealth of information far too detailed for this write up.

Suffice it to say, our social institutions are not just being denigrated willy nilly by various divisions of radicalized sub-cultures.

There is an insidious plan to achieve world domination by the powers that be. Those who collaborate in the destruction of their own culture are often simply well indoctrinated useful idiots who truly believe they are fighting against the so called establishment for the benefit of human kind.

They are the most dangerous ground troops in this war because they are, in a word, "brainwashed" beyond retrieval; thus, viewing those who disagree as enemies of the state.

With a bit of updating, Barry McGuire's 1965 oldie, Eve Of Destruction, can apply to today's world.


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6 comments:

  1. Quote from above:
    "There is an insidious plan to achieve world domination by the powers that be. Those who collaborate in the destruction of their own culture are often simply well indoctrinated useful idiots who truly believe they are fighting against the so called establishment for the benefit of human kind.

    They are the most dangerous ground troops in this war because they are, in a word, "brainwashed" beyond retrieval; thus, viewing those who disagree as enemies of the state."

    I like that! I have had my share of criticism for noting that we cannot wake up some of our fellow Americans; that they are hopelessly lost. Glad you agree.

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    1. Well Danny there will, unfortunately, come a day when we will be vindicated. Being right is not always gratifying.
      Having said that, we and others like us must keep up the fight. Western civilization is definitely in a down cycle. Let us hope and pray that future generations will be able to rekindle the flame of freedom, rational thought and a civilized society.

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    2. From the time that Galileo was convicted of heresy until the Catholic church finally concluded that the Earth does indeed orbit the Sun was a period of 359 years, and that was when we were coming out of the Dark Ages. Now we are about to enter the phase of darkness.
      I have long concluded that ignorance, superstition, and the people who seek power, have an awful way of dealing with the truth and those who present it..

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  2. Precisely accurate and well articulated. I wish I could say that you are wrong but I am a product of the 50’s and 60’s, so I well remember seeing much of what you described take place. I watched McCarthy be vilified along with the John Birch Society and I observed some of the early attacks made on religious institutions along with some of their internal wars. Thank you for a painful but good read. It is all now on our doorsteps.

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    1. Yes Janette, I agree. The truth is very painful for those of us who are old enough to realize how much we are losing and have yet to lose.

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