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The Hegelian Dialectic and The Statist agenda
The Radical Agenda
The statist's cause is the undoing of America as it was founded. It is especially threatening now because they are in control of the government. Our freedom and way of life is under attack from a federal government that bears little resemblance to the government our Founders intended. The goal of the statist is to destroy the society and the capitalist system that they see as unfair and oppressive. Their aim is to undermine the system in every way possible, ultimately collapsing it so they can set up their state controlled utopian society. They do this by expanding the reach of government every chance they get which squeezes out liberty. This political utopianism is tyranny disguised as something good. It is not based upon truth, reason and reality but instead the fantasies of men, which history has clearly shown to be a horrific failure whenever it is tried. Utopianism, always presents itself in slightly different ways because the fantasies and imaginations of people are limitless but the results are always the same, a miserable tyranny. The statist knows that they must move slowly so that they don't frighten the society that they are transforming. They patiently make progress, in small incremental steps over decades, as they condition each generation of Americans to accept more government and less liberty in their lives. If their intentions to replace freedom with government controls are discovered, people will resist, so deceptions of all sorts are used to advance their agenda. One of those deception techniques used is the Hegelian Dialectic which is named after the German philosopher Georg Hegel(1770-1831). This is also known as PROBLEM-REACTION-SOLUTION. This is how it works. A crisis or threat is created. The cause of the crisis is blamed on someone or something else. Concern and worry is then stirred up so that the public demands a solution to the problem. The solution, that was predetermined from the beginning is then provided by those who manufactured the problem and that solution is exactly what they wanted in the first place but dared not propose. The solution always ends up with the expansion of the state and the loss of liberty. The debate thereafter is only about the minor details of the solution. This technique is being used by statist in countless ways that are affecting our lives and our relationship with government, always resulting in the loss of some freedom and individual sovereignty. This is a sinister manipulation that conditions people to accept and even embrace the loss of their liberty for what they are conditioned to believe is security, not realizing that they are being taken somewhere that is not good. It is a form of mind control or hypnosis where people are giving up their thinking process to a government authority, while believing that they are thinking for themselves. Every time this technique is successfully used, it is easier to use the next time, as people become increasingly accustomed to surrendering their sovereignty to the state. Most people are so well programed that they don't even want to hear the truth, that they are being manipulated and controlled. They see the truth as the threat.
This technique has been used throughout history by tyrants and others who have had despotic ambitions. Nero set Rome ablaze and blamed the Christians. Hitler burned the Reichstag Building and blamed the Communist. Napoleon came to power following the turmoil of the French Revolution. It can be either a manufactured threat or a threat that actually occurs but is exploited to serve the purpose of the manipulator.
Karl Marx based some of his Communist Manifesto on the writings of Hegel and later Lenin put it into practice when the Bolsheviks took over Russia in 1917. In America, a community organizer and self described rebel named Saul Alinsky did much to advance this kind of deception in his call for revolution and the destruction of America.
To understand what is happening in America, you must become familiar with Saul Alinsky and the influence he has had on American politics. Alinsky was a "community organizer" from Chicago. He was born in 1909 and died in 1972. His life was committed to organizing a revolution to destroy America. Alinsky's manual for "community organizers", Rules for Radicals had great influence on President Barack Obama and to understand why he is doing what he is doing, it is essential to understand Alinsky. In his Rules for Radicals he lays out his method for revolution which is based upon deceptions, propaganda and the disruption of society. The Alinsky radicals do not see themselves as reformers but destroyers. They believe in constant agitation and trouble making to disrupt society. They want to stir up as much fear, anger, dissatisfaction and confusion as possible. While they are agitating and disrupting society, they often engage in moderate rhetoric that is designed to disguise their true intentions. At other times, they can be provocative and forward in their radical ways. The Alinsky radical never gets bogged down in any one issue. They are constantly moving from issue to issue, creating as much division as possible. They see division as a key tactic for their cause. If an issue catches up to them and they lose their advantage, they just move on to another issue, never allowing themselves to be pinned down. The issue is never the issue with the Alinsky radical, the issue is the revolution and their goal is acquiring power for it. They will say anything or pretend to be anything that they are not, to achieve this end. The goal of their revolution is the destruction of America, as founded and to topple the capitalist system. They want to take power from the haves and give it to the have-nots. They don't engage their political opponents in dialogue, they vilify them and destroy them because they see them not as mere political opponents but as evil enemies and obstacles to their revolution. Their methods and tactics are pretty much the same as the communist and Alinsky considered them allies. Both Alinsky and the Communist embraced political nihilism which is the belief that the destruction of all political, economical and social institutions are necessary for the radical transformation of society they desire.
Obama was hired by the Alinsky group in 1986, at the age of 23 and worked for them for several years. His activities were varied and included teaching workshops on the Alinsky method. He was also involved as a community organizer with off shoots of the Alinsky group, including Acorn, a group that was later convicted in a massive voter fraud scheme. Never before has there been a president who has obtained his knowledge and understanding of society and politics from an organization that is not only far outside the mainstream of American society but so fervently devoted to its destruction.
When Obama left the streets of Chicago, he took with him, the methods, tactics and beliefs of his days as a community organizer with the Alinsky group. He often speaks as a moderate as he conspires to "fundamentally transform America". He divides the country while he speaks of unity because he knows that he can't "fundamentally transform" a united country. He is constantly stirring up class warfare with his rhetoric, creating resentment of the haves to the have-nots. Those who oppose him politically are labeled as extremist or racist. These tactics are used to demonize and silence his critics. He is continuously moving from one issue to another, creating division and avoiding being pinned down on any one issue. He acts as though he is an outside bystander to the problems he creates. He disassociates himself from his own government's disruptive actions as though it is being done by someone else. He then says that he is going to get to the bottom of it, which looks and sounds ridiculous to those who are not manipulated by him. It is always politics first and his brand of politics feeds on division and discord. All of this is classic Alinsky which is based on the Hegelian Dialectic. Obama moves from one issue to another, leaving in his wake, the division and disruption he desires to "fundamentally transform" America.