If you don’t have time to read following article, please simply read the following quote from the late Professor Carroll Quigley, historian, Council on Foreign Relations, and author of “Tragedy and Hope”.
“The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies… is a foolish idea. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can throw the rascals out at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy.”
I think most of people on my list probably understand Dark Days Ahead… open your mind. We just don’t want to face the truth that the small tribes of which we are a part (previously represented by locally elected persons; are now increasingly represented by unelected persons serving the council form of government/regionalism/communism).
The bottom line is from local to global, isn’t it?
Local used to refer to tenets of the U.S. Constitution, with authority vested in elected officials.
Local is now, almost 100% unconstitutional, with authority vested in faceless (distant) unelected officials (planners) who take their orders from their respective state Planning Offices, whose policies emanate from a myriad of United Nations (UN) bureaucracies. The late Alger Hiss, communist spy,was the first Secretary General of the UN.
(2) Alger Hiss, Secretary Genera, UN
(3) Above-referenced unelected planners/officials don’t realize our new form of “regional government” is in fact “communism” which has according to The Black Book of Communism, Harvard University Press, 1999 been responsible for the deaths of “as many as 25 million in the former Soviet Union, 65 million in China, 1.7 million in Cambodia, and on and on…”
Or, as I frequently ask myself, “do they?”
The U.S. Supreme Court even recently ignored the text in federal legislation which prohibits the use of tax monies to fund private/religious education! Are the judges “deliberately dumbed down”?
(4) Rosa Koire explained how all of this would happen in her book “Behind the Green Mask”. How many people have read her book? Rosa Koire – Behind The Green Mask
(5) Phoebe Courtney wrote one of the most comprehensive books explaining the communist origins of “regional government”: Beware Metro, Regional Government
(6) Morris Zeitlin, socialist professor, explains use of and need for USA to adopt “regionalism” (communism) in an article published in The Communist Daily World in 1975. [Click on link for PDF copy!] Many of us tried, unsuccessfully to circulate a copy of this article around the country when it was published in 1975. It is still, in the year 2020, being boycotted.
IMO, there has never been a one-pager which was so heavily and successfully boycotted in the history of our nation. Ask yourself “by whom”? Call in “the usual suspects”: the left and the Trotskyite conservative right.
3D, page 134.
THE DAILY WORLD OF NOVEMBER 8, 1975 CARRIED A VERY INTERESTING ARTICLE ENTITLED “Planning Is Socialism’s Trademark” by Morris Zeitlin. The Daily World (newspaper of the Communist Party USA) was formerly known as The Daily Worker and was founded in 1924. The importance of this article lies in its blatant admission that regionalism, which is gradually becoming the accepted method of unelected governance in the United States (unelected councils and task forces, participatory democracy, public-private partnerships, etc.) is the form of government used in democratic socialist and communist countries. The following are excerpts from this article:
“Cities in industrially advanced countries develop complex economic, social and political interaction. In this process, major cities tend to consolidate neighboring smaller cities and settlements into metropolitan regions. Rationally, metropolitan regions should constitute governmental units having comprehensive planning and administrative powers within their boundaries.
In our country (the United States), rival capitalist groups, jealously guarding their special prerogatives, have rigidly maintained the traditional boundaries of states and counties while national economic and social development has created metropolitan regions that overlap those boundaries. We have no regional government and no comprehensive regional planning to speak of. Regional government and planning remain concepts our urban scholars and planners have long advocated in vain….
In socialist countries, metropolitan regions enjoy metropolitan regional government and comprehensive planning. Of the many regions on the vast territory of the Soviet Union, the Moscow Region commands special attention, for it has been, since the 1917 Revolution, the country’s economic and political center.
The economic and functional efficiencies and the social benefits that comprehensive national, regional and city planning make possible in socialist society explain the Soviet Union’s enormous and rapid economic and social progress. Conversely, our profit-oriented ruling capitalist class makes comprehensive social and economic planning impossible, causing waste and chaos and dragging the entire nation into misery and suffering as its rule deteriorates and declines.”
In truth, we have only ourselves to blame for the communist (yes, folks: “communist”) dictatorship staring us in the face “today”.
The communist globalist/corporatists got tired of the very effective opposition to global government exhibited by hundreds of thousands, maybe even millions of historically literate and patriotic Americans, since the birth of the United Nations in 1945. Most of these great patriots are now dead; a few hanging on.
(7) One example is the brilliant patriot/researcher Mary Thompson in California. (Say prayers for her since she is not at all well.)
MARY THOMPSON, SECRETARY AND MEMBER OF THE SPEAKERS’ BUREAU OF THE SANTA CLARA, California Republican Women’s Federation, gave a very important speech regarding Planning,Programming, Budgeting Systems (PPBS) on June 11, 1972.
Following are key excerpts:
When I was first asked to speak to you about PPBS (Planning, Programming, Budgeting Systems), I inquired whether it was to be addressed to PPBS as applied to education. I shall deal with it at the education level today, however you should remember that PPBS is a tool for implementing the very restructuring of government at all levels in every area of governmental institutions. What is involved is the use of government agencies to accomplish mass behavioral change in every area….
PPBS is a plan being pushed by Federal and State governments to completely change education…. The accountability involved in PPBS means accountability to the state’s predetermined education goals…. One leader of education innovation (Shelly Umans—Management of Education) has called it “A systematic design for education revolution”… In a systems management of the education process, the child himself is the product. Note: the child… his feelings, his values, his behavior, as well as his intellectual development…. PPBS is the culmination of the “people planners” dreams…. Then in 1965 the means for accomplishing the actual restructuring of education was provided in the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). President Johnson has said that he considered the ESEA the most significant single piece of legislation of his administration. Recall that it was also the same year of 1965 when the presidential order was given to introduce PPBS throughout the entire federal government. 1965 was the year which unleashed the actual restructuring of governmental processes and formally included education as a legitimate Federal government function… PPBS is the systems management tool made possible by technology of computer hardware to affect the planned change… In order to make an explanation of PPBS intelligible, you must also know that education itself has been redefined. Simply put, it has become the objective of education to measure and diagnose the child in order to prescribe a program to develop his feelings and emotions, values and loyalties toward predetermined behavioral objectives…. Drawing it right down to basics, we are talking about conditioned responses in human terms. Pavlov experimented on dogs!… Taking each element of PPBS will show how the process is accomplished. PLANNING— Planning phase (please note that the process involved with a systems approach is always described in terms of “phases”) always includes the establishment of goals committees, citizens committees, needs assessment committees…. These are referred to as “community involvement.” The committees are always either self appointed or chosen—never elected. They always include guidance from some trained “change agents” who may be administrators, curriculum personnel or local citizens. Questionnaires and surveys are used to gather data on how the community “feels” and to test community attitudes. The ingeniousness of the process is that everybody thinks he is having a voice in the direction of public schools. Not so… for Federal change agencies, specifically regional education centers established by ESEA, influence and essentially determine terminology used in the questionnaires and surveys. The change agents at the district level then function to “identify needs and problems for change” as they have been programmed to identify them at the training sessions sponsored by Federal offices such as our Center for Planning and Evaluation in Santa Clara County. That is why the goals are essentially the same in school districts across the country. It also explains why three years ago every school district was confronted with the Family Life Education issue at the same time…. Unknowing citizens’ committees are used by the process to generate acceptance of goals already determined. What they don’t realize is that professional change agents are operating in the behaviorist’s framework of thought and Mr. or Mrs. Citizen Parent is operating in his traditional education framework of thought. So, the local change agents are able to facilitate a group to a consensus in support of predetermined goals by using familiar, traditional terms which carry the new behaviorist meanings…. Another name for this process is Participatory Democracy, a term by the way, which was coined by Students for a Democratic Society in their Port Huron Manifesto to identify the process for citizen participation in destruction of their own political institutions…. Richard Farson of Western Behavioral Sciences Institute made a report to the Office of Education in Sacramento in 1967. He said it this way: The application of systems analysis is aided by several phenomena that would be of help in almost any situation of organizational change. First, it is relatively easier to make big changes than to make small ones—and systems changes are almost always big ones. Because they are big, it is difficult for people to mount resistance to them, for they go beyond the ordinary decision-making, policy-making activities of individual members of an organization. It is far easier to muster argument against a $100 expenditure for partitions than against a complete reorganization of the work flow…. Teachers, you have professional organizations to protect your professional interests. Use them to protect your personal privacy and professional integrity. Encourage organizations of teachers to take positions publicly in opposition to PPBS…. We believe the time has come to establish private schools to keep our children from falling victim to the behaviorists while there is still opportunity to do so. Be aware of the fact that the voucher system is lurking in the wings to bring the private schools into the national control [emphasis in original].”
(Thompson article from which above quote taken was written in 1972!)
Reread “As Deadly as COVID19” (#3 above) which refers to bizarre 2020 SCOTUS unconstitutional ruling legitimizing use of tax money to fund private education!
(8) Advance to 2020 and COVID 19. The war we (dead and alive…up to our mid-nineties in age) waged against global communism/world government wearied the very evil people…the unelected George Soroses and Bill Gates types that get 100% mainstream media attention! They realized we had forestalled their evil globalist (communist) agenda by 35 years at least. It was scheduled for the latter part of the last century.
So, they had to come up with a “new” diversion/enemy: COVID 19, a perfect psychological operation type of warfare which has successfully (?) diverted at least half of our population away from the war against the UN (communism) that we “traditionalists” fought for SEVENTY FIVE YEARS. Half of our voting population is now single-mindedly focused on COVID19. These people are clueless regarding world or national history…absolutely clueless.
We can attribute clueless naivety regarding the real source of COVID 19 to the public education system’s decision in the mid-seventies or before to abolish American history in the classrooms of our children.
3D, page 108-109
THE NEW YORK TIMES CARRIED A LENGTHY FRONT PAGE ARTICLE ON APRIL 30, 1972 BY WilliamK. Stevens entitled “The Social Studies: A Revolution Is on—New Approach Is Questioning,Skeptical—Students Examine Various Cultures.” This article explained the early history of the twenty-six-year controversy which has raged across the United States between those desiring education for a global society versus those desiring education in American History and Western Civilization; i.e., the question of “social studies” versus traditional history, and “process”education versus fact-based education. Excerpts follow:
When C. Frederick Risinger started teaching American History at Lake Park High School near Chicago, he operated just about as teachers had for generations. He drilled students on names and dates. He talked a lot about kings and presidents. And he worked from a standard text whose patriotic theme held that the United States was “founded on the highest principles that men of good will and common sense have been able to put into practice.”
That was ten years ago, but it might as well be 50. For the social studies curriculum at Lake Park has changed almost beyond recognition. The 32-year-old Mr. Risinger, now head of the department, has abandoned the traditional text and set his students to analyzing all revolutions, not just the American, and from all points of view, including the British one that George Washington was both a traitor and an inept general.