The Bloodline of TyrannySubmitted by Republicae on Sun, 03/30/2008 - 19:31
The Bloodline of Tyranny can be traced back in this country to a mentality that formed within the circles of power that began to consolidate during the Constitutional Convention. Within those debates the desire for a federal oligarchy was planted, pruned back, yet the roots of that desire remained, living deep within the soil, ready to sprout and spread its vile contempt for the Liberty of the People. This seed of Tyrannical Oligarchy can be easily traced through various political policies and actions from the beginning until this present time.
There were several distinctions between the two groups, the two mind-sets; it is no different today as this struggle continues for our Liberty. The mind-set of oligarchy has not changed, nor have those who support such mentalities, nor has the battle that began during those formative years of our Republic.
It became evident that there were two very different rationales at work; one quickly became represented by the Federalist Party on one side, the other by the Republican-Democratic Party. While it is not my intent to delve into a detailed history of the beginning of this struggle, it will provide profiles of the men and the reasons behind the formation of those two very different camps of political thought and how we are still effected today as the same struggle continues.
While it became apparent during the Constitutional Convention that there were those who saw the opportunity to establish Imperial Government, the forces against them, thankfully, were substantial. Eventually however, the great American Monarchists represented by the Federalist Party gained power and the great struggle for the future of our Republic began in earnest in 1796 with the election of John Adams. The Federalist Party’s platform favored a highly centralized government and extremely strong Executive without the checks and balances to hinder or limit its power or scope. It was, in a very real sense, a Party of Monarchy whereas the Republican-Democratic Party was totally opposite, seeking a very decentralized government with checks and balances to limit the reach of government into the lives of the People.
As the critical formation of the Republic began, Hamilton laid eleven proposals at the Constitutional Convention of 1787 in which he sought to base the government of the Republic on, these propositions were so Monarchists in tone and substance that they received little support except from those of the New England States and were rejected. Governor Morris, a friend of Hamilton stated: “ Hamilton hated Republican Government, and never failed on every occasion to advocate the excellence of and avow his attachment to a Monarchic form of Government.”
From the very beginning of this country, the Federalist, particularly in New England, nurtured and maintained a pure hatred and fear of the ideals the Republic. While at one time Hamilton was a champion of those ideals, he soon became the leader of this group that espoused a Monarchist Oligarchy. In his opposition to Jefferson, he railed out “The People! Gentlemen, I tell you the people are a great beast!”
The hatred was so intense that during the 1796 elections, Governor Walcott of Connecticut stated: “I sincerely declare that I wish the Northern States would separate from the Southern the moment that event [the election of Jefferson] shall take place.”
The Federalist Party desired to either completely separate from the Southern States or form their own Confederacy of Northern States, or to completely destroy any and all power within the South and along with it all traces of Jeffersonian principles from the government. This desire never, ever changed through the history or the transformation of the Federalist Party, as it became the Whig Party and then the Republican Party.
As the Federalists began to wield their powers under the Administration of John Adams, the first tinge of evidence to the desire and purpose of the Oligarchist was the Aliens and Seditions Act of 1798, which provided a singular reservoir of power in the hands of the President and allow him to expel foreign citizens suspected of treason. Additionally, it made it illegal to oppose any measure of the government and any false or perceived hostile words against the government or its policies.
Thankfully, there was waiting in the defense of our Republic two men and two States that stood in the gap to defy these Monarchist who craved an American Oligarchy with an unquenchable lust that has continued throughout the history of our fair Land. Those men, of course, were Thomas Jefferson and James Madison and those courageous State Republics were Virginia and Kentucky.
After the death of Jefferson, the Republican-Democratic Party dropped Republican from the name and the Democratic Party was born and remained the Party of Jefferson and Madison until it was completely destroyed by the Reconstruction Act. The Federalist Party fought from 1796 until it’s apparent demise at the end of the War of 1812, but the Centralist Ideals found their way back into the political arena with the formation of the Whig Party, which once again sought to transform this Republic into a Centralized Oligarchy. The old Federalists and Whigs ideologies basically united and organized, taking on a name that when used would be deceptively favorable to the public. The heart of the Party still contained all of its progenitors’ creeds, doctrines, hatred and purpose. It had and continues to have a passionate desire for power and will use any necessary means to acquire its end.
As we know, the Republican Party effectively consumed that Party, but as it was transformed its platform was increasingly radicalized during the late 1850’s and during the 1860’s. Nevertheless, the Republican Party, the GOP is the inheritor of all the Centralist Ideals, the Monarchist Principles of the Federalist Party and the Whig Party before it. The Bloodline of Tyranny had been effectively passed from one generation to the next and it was this fateful generation of Centralists that saw the beginning of the fulfillment of all the desires of its progenitor Monarchists in our country’s birth.
Make no mistake about it, the Republican Party today is the Party of Lincoln, but the Democratic Party today is definitely not the Party of Jefferson.
Now, if you trace the line of this heinous ideology, you will find a direct linage down to the Republican Party. The hatred of the South and the Democratic Party of Jefferson continued, it never waned nor did its primary purpose in total control over government weaken through the decades from 1796 to the fall of the Confederacy and beyond.
In fact, if you read the works of Wendell Phillips, a New England Republican Firebrand, you will quickly learn the agenda of the Republican Party of Lincoln from the very beginning, it was keeping the flame of Oligarchy alive and would stop at nothing until it accomplished its vile goals of domination. Wendell Phillips stated: “The Republican Party is in no sense a national party. It is a party of the North, organized against the South.” Why? The South, particularly the Old South that was recognized primarily as Virginia, Kentucky, the Carolinas and Georgia, were all strongholds of the Jeffersonian Ideal for a Republic of, by and for the People. The reality is that the war on the South didn’t begin in the 1860s, but back in 1796 with the Federalist Party, it was the offspring of that Party, the Republican Party of Lincoln that finally accomplished the goals of the old Federalist Party.
To get a very detailed expose on the agenda of this group and their long-term goals you need not look any further than the Olive Branch published in 1814. In those papers you will find the following: “ A Northern Confederacy has been the objective for a number of years. They [the politicians of New England] have repeatedly advocated in public print, separation of the States. The project of separation was formed shortly after the adoption of the federal Constitution. The promulgation of the project first appeared in the year 1796 in the Pelham Papers. At that time there was none of that catalogue of grievances, which since that period, have been fabricated to justify the recent attempt to dissolve the Union. At that time there was no “Virginia Dynasty” [the description of Jefferson, Washington and Madison], no “Democratic Madness, no “war with Great Britain.” The affairs of the country seemed to be precisely according to New England’s fondest wishes. Yet, at that favorable time (1796) New England was dissatisfied with the Union and begun to plot to get out of it. The common people however, were not ready to break up the Union. The common people at that time had no dislike of the Southern States.”
It goes on to say: “For eighteen years the most unceasing endeavors have been used to poison the minds of the people of the Eastern States toward, and to alienate them from, their fellow citizens of the Southern States. The people of the South have been portrayed as “demons incarnate”, as destitute of all the “good qualities which dignify and adorn human nature”. Nothing can exceed the virulence of the pictures drawn of the South’s people, their descriptions of whom would have more suited the ferocious inhabitants of New Zealand than a polished, civilized people.”
As always, the political agenda of tyranny will always demonize what they perceive as their opponents to complete autocratic control. So, the doctrine of hatred, always used to affect the most politically expedient results, continued from 1796 until the goal was reached. In the Hartford Courant of 1796, in Extract No. 1, the clarity of this goal of tyranny was explained with little reservation: “The question must soon be decided whether we shall continue as one Nation. Many advantages were supposed to be secured and many evils avoided by a Union of States, but at that time those advantages and evils were magnified to far greater size than either would be if the question at this moment were to be settled. The Northern States can subsist as a Nation, a Republic, without any connection with the Southern. If the Southern people were possessed with the same political ideas, our Union would be more close than in separation.”
Such were the kinder and more civilized words that came from the mind of the Federalists in their concerted effort to drive a complete and absolute wedge into the heart and soul of the American Constitutional Republic. They even went as far as publishing maps for the school children of New England, with the study of the old Morris geography, these children readily accepted the slander as portrayed in the maps. The South was in black to represent the barbarous infidels, the North in white to represent the enlightenment of New England. It was, like all indoctrination, extremely effective.
In Carpenter’s Logic of History in 1864 you find the following:
“The Northeastern States early sought to create prejudice and disunion sentiment, not on account of existing fact, but to array section against section, to stimulate hate and discord for the purpose of accelerating their darling object, the dissolution of the Union and the formation of a Northeastern Confederacy. Press, politicians and preachers were continually harping on causes, which made disunion desirable. The motives which actuated New England disunionists was the desire to have what Hamilton called a strong government, understood to mean an Autocracy similar to that of England, a large standing army, a heavy public debt, owned by the favored few, to whom the common masses should pay tribute, under the guise of interest. The main public offices were to be held by the rich and noble for long periods, or for life. It was argued that a national debt would be a national blessing, and prohibitive tariff, under the guise of protection, be a blessing. These were the motives which led the early Federalist to want disunion.”
As we can see, all of the desires of this Bloodline of Tyranny have been fulfilled in this country through a long line of subversions and intrigues. This vile gospel of hatred was directed toward the South for no other reason except the Ideals of the Constitutional Republic were extremely strong in the South; it had retained the purity of the Jeffersonian Ideal. All manner of vile prejudices were used to incite the people of the North to grow in their hatred against the South.
These same voices continued with their onslaught against Jeffersonian ideals and the promise of a Free Republic. The principles upon which this Republic was created was not the goal of the Radical Republicans of the mid-1800s anymore than it was of the Whig Party or the progenitor Federalist Party. Though the Party name changed, the basic principles remained intact, the goal of an all powerful, centralized government imbued with the ability to do as it pleased, when it pleased never faded.
If you read the commentary of the day, if you read even the sermons from the New England pulpits, you will see a very concerted effort to spread discord, hate and envy toward the Jeffersonian South. If it were not for such tactics, the unholy work of Federalist Tyranny would have never taken root nor would the War of the 1860s taken place.
As time progressed, tactics continued to be employed to exact a progressive measure of success toward the goal of centralization. A corrupt system of favors, select appointments, bribes and government corporate blessings allowed for the taint of tyranny to reach even deeper into the heart of the halls of power. As with the desire for a highly centralized government was being realized, so too was the necessity for a centralized banking system, intent on completely the goal of peonage from the mass of general population.
For over fifty years, the Northern New England States were the seat of power and influence; they peddled their wears adeptly. During those years the disunionists cried for separation, it was a universal right acknowledged by all the States from the time of the Ratification of the Constitution. The doctrine of Secession was never questioned, never doubted until it became an issue that would directly affect the wealth of the federal government and those who held economic sway of the halls of power.
There was, from the time of prior to the Constitution until the months preceding the War on the South, no group or political party within this country called, at any time, for loyalty toward a national, centralized government over the State governments. The allegiance was to the States; never to the federal government because it was only a reflection of the State Republics therefore, the doctrine of Secession as a Right was never questioned. In fact, until the moment Lincoln pressed War on the South there was never any question, even in Lincoln’s mind judging from his speeches, that any State and their Citizens had the absolute Right of Secession.
The historical record of the New England States is ripe, not only with the desire for disunion, but it upheld the Right of Secession as a given until it appears that the costs of such disunion on the part of the South would prove far to expensive to the North. It is amazing that up until the beginning of the War on the South, the Republican Party advocated the principle of State Sovereignty and the Right of Secession that quickly changed as they realized that without the treasure trove of the South that the North would be bankrupted.
With victory over the South, the Northern Radical Republican Party had almost realized their long dream; the struggle to fulfill that dream continued throughout the period of Reconstruction. In a very real sense, The Reconstruction should be called the Restructuring, for its goal was to destroy the effectiveness and power of the Democratic Party throughout the South, isolate the remnant of that Party in the North and to absorb that Party into a partnership while maintaining the guise of Party differences. To this day, there are differences, but not of any real substance, both Parties have the same agenda: Oligarchy.
By the later part of the 1800s it was clear that the remnants of State Sovereignty had been wiped away, along with the checks and balances associated with such Sovereignty. During McKinley’s last campaign, Jefferson was derided as a vile visionary, damned as a French anarchist while Hamilton was lauded as a National hero. By 1881 and the election of Garfield, the Hamiltonians had finally won the prize of Nationalistic Monarchy. The Sentinel said it best: “Garfield’s rule will be the transitory period between State Sovereignty and National Sovereignty. The United States Senate will give way to a National Senate. State Constitutions and the United States Senate are relics of State Sovereignty and implements of treason. Garfield’s Presidency will be the Regency of Stalwartism; after that-REX.”
On July 3, 1881 James Garfield said: “The influence of Jefferson’s Democratic principles is rapidly waning, while the principles of Hamilton are rapidly increasing. Power has been gravitating toward the Central Government.”
Indeed, that power did not gravitate, but it was forcefully wrenched with one strong yank to the Central Government at the hands of that Hamiltonian Monarchist Mr. Lincoln.
The era of Radical Republican Nationalists effectively dominated the country from 1860 to 1912 with the one exception, the one ray of light when the Bourbon Democrat Stephen Grover Cleveland entered office from 1885 to 1897. After years of corruption, political favoritism and patronage, political bossism, Imperialism, subsidies and inflationary excesses, Mr. Cleveland ushered in a period of honesty, political integrity and sense of independence from centralized authoritarianism, indeed he ushered in a period that is as close to Jeffersonian Liberalism as had been seen in almost a century previous and none since.
The Honorable Mr. Cleveland said: "The lessons of paternalism ought to be unlearned and the better lesson taught that while the people should patriotically and cheerfully support their Government its functions do not include the support of the people.”
"This vigilance on the part of the citizen, and an active interest and participation in political concerns, are the safeguards of his rights; but sluggish indifference to political privileges invites the machinations of those who wait to betray the people's trust."
"Parties may be so long in power, and may become so arrogant and careless of the interests of the people, as to grow heedless of their responsibility to their masters. But the time comes, as certainly as death, when the people weigh them in the balance."
The promise of a resurgence of the Jeffersonian ideals soon faded with the election of McKinley.
During McKinley’s last campaign, Jefferson was derided as a vile visionary, damned as a French anarchist while Hamilton was lauded as a National hero. McKinley then effectively turned the Radical Republican Nationalism into a force that called for Radical Interventionism and Imperialism.
With the election of Wilson, the transformation of the Democratic Party was complete. Wilson instituted policies that would be as close to Hamiltonian Nationalism as could be, on all fronts Nationalism, Centralization of both government and finance was achieved under Wilson. While the passage of the Federal Reserve Act and the 16th Amendment are often considered be the most devastating elements implemented by the Wilson Administration; in fact the most devastating element was the 17th Amendment, which effectively completed the Nationalization of the Senate. This completed the extermination of State Sovereignty and put the Senate on the open market of political corruption. The Wilsonian Democrats might as well have been Lincolnite Republicans.
With the election of FDR, the Nationalist came into their own, with a reach and scope of powers that Mr. Lincoln could have only dreamed about. The policies of FDR consolidated all government into the hands of the few, into the Political Nobility where the people’s dependence upon government was made possible and complete.
Yes, the New Deal…what didn’t it do? FDR and many within his Administration thought highly of Mussolini and the Cooperative System under Italian Fascism. In fact, if you read the papers of both FDR and his advisors, like Rexford Tugwell, and you will find them advocating almost the exact same system as Mussolini, with fascism’s Public Works Projects, Corporatism, organization of trade and industrial groups under direct government supervision. There were those in his Administration who admired Stalin and the Stalinist model of State, thankfully few of those ideals influenced the direction FDR took this country, the Mussolini model was bad enough.
Similar to Mussolini’s tax program, the New Deal was financed by tripling various federal taxes and the creation of taxes on just about everything you can imagine, most of the consumer goods taxed during the New Deal were everyday consumer items used by the common working man. These excise taxes hit the poor and the working class harder than anyone else because it included taxation on things like cigarettes, matches, margarine, fruit juices, telephone calls, movie tickets, playing cards, dice, electricity, radios, soft drinks, cars, tires, even tires on wheel chairs. The New Deal was a raw deal for those who had to finance it, mainly the ones it was suppose to help, in fact these taxes exceeded all personal income taxes and corporate taxes until the beginning of WWII and those taxes fell, according to the Treasury Department at the time, “disproportionately on the less affluent.”
While it is true that FDR started many relief programs under the National Industrial Recovery Act (1933), The Agricultural Adjustment Act (1933), National Labor Relations Act (1935), the statistics of the day indicate that those programs fostered a steady unemployment rate of 17%. In fact, these programs forced industries to cut back production and forced wages above what the market could bear and made it very difficult for employers to hire people, especially those who were unskilled. It was estimated that over a half a million African Americans lost their jobs because of the NIRA (1933). Tenant farmers were hit the hardest by the Agricultural Adjustment Act, forcing many off the land and the land owners to leave the fields bare and unproductive. The National Labor Act actually led to violence as workers went on strike as compulsory unionization created mass layoffs. All of these things actually precipitated a second financial crisis in 1938 that almost brought this nation to its knees again.
Of course, we rarely hear of the WPA strikes, we rarely hear about the fact that FDR vastly increased WPA jobs right before he won his second term only to lay off those same 400,000 workers immediately after the election.
If you look at how the New Deal was financed and who financed it you will soon learn that not only didn’t it do what most people think it did, but also it increased the suffering of far more than it helped. The “little man” had far less because of the heavy taxation pressed upon him by the New Deal, less to spend on food, essential items, clothes, shoes, fuel and other necessities of life. Also, something else is overlooked, because the vast majority of funds came from taxation, there was actually little economic stimulation from real business concerns that would have had an effect on the economy.
Also, a fact that few people ever consider when speaking about the New Deal, is that the majority of the funds were siphoned off of and away from of the poorest States, those found in the South, and was pumped into massive projects in the East and the West. It is a strange fact when you begin to look at the political implications of those actions by the Administration of FDR.
Oh, but what about the Tennessee Valley Authority (a government corporation), didn’t it bring electricity to the South? Sure it did and it did so at a very high cost to the people of the area, especially the thousands upon thousands of people expelled from their land, many of whom were very poor sharecroppers who didn’t own the land and received no compensation from the government for robbing them of their lives and livelihoods.
At the time that the people needed help the most with the cost of goods and services was the very time that they received it the least. They were forced to pay higher than normal prices especially after FDR implemented the Anti-Chain Store Act (1936) and the Retail Price Maintenance Act (1937); these essentially banned the discounting of all goods, especially household goods and food. We rarely hear that the Agricultural Adjustment Administration ordered farmers to destroy crops, kill livestock in order to increase prices, which in turn made if very difficult for the working man to put food on his family’s table.
Granted, the WPA and the CCC workers did some wonderful things, but the picture that is painted by those up hold the New Deal up as the salvation of this country during the Great Depression never, ever seem to want to reveal the entire story because it is not in their political interest to see such facts and face them while upholding their ideology.
We never hear that FDR feared a massive revolt among the American People or that he considered imposing a dictatorship similar to one of his favor fascist Mr. Mussolini. FDR hated independent organized labor and he looked the other way as “industrial big wigs” used strong-armed tactics, using armed strike-busters and even city police departments to break up many of the violent strikes between 1933 and 1937. Oh yeah, FDR was for the common man all right as long as the common man lined up with FDR’s programs.
The New Deal left out two main sectors of the population: blacks and women. Blacks in particular were excluded from labor laws, the GI Bill, Social Security, educational programs, home ownership programs and anything to do with small businesses. FDR exempted several groups of farm labor and domestic help from all labor protection, unemployment insurance and SSI. FDR also refused to pass or consider legislation that would have desegregated the Armed Force, anti-lynching laws, or abolishing the poll tax.
Read about the shameful Bracero Programs if you want to see the real deal about the New Deal. Basically, it allowed the legalized enslavement of guest workers by big farmers in the Southwest. Don’t forget the Japanese Americans either…nothing like Concentration Camp justice to show the real deal behind FDR.
The New Deal did little for over a hundred thousand homeless women and children who were forced to roam the city streets begging for food and it did nothing for almost 4 million unemployed women. If a woman was divorced, or single or widowed, they were hopelessly pushed aside in this marvel called the New Deal. It was not until almost a decade later that women actually was given some assistance under a limited program and then only a small percentage was allowed to work under the WPA leaving almost 3 million unemployed and another 2 million were only allowed part-time work that was barely enough to live on.
At the end of eight years, FDR was frantic about still having over 8 Million men and several Million women unemployed, many homeless and that left only one thing to do: allow, prompt, or prod a crisis to infuse the economy with capital…what better way to do that then a war. Indeed, this technique by the warmongers has been used very successfully before and since, most recently was the use of the Iraq War to pump capital into the economy after 9/11.
Concerning SSI, the man who actually coined the term Social Security, Abraham Epstein, cried out against it and he was one of the strongest liberal reform proponents of the time. He said that the SSI bill would “transfers the entire burden…to the backs of the young workers and their employers… Since industry will make every effort to pass on its levy to the consumers, it means that the young employees—in their dual role of workers and consumers—will bear the major cost…No other nation has ever put into operation a plan of this nature without government contributions derived from the higher-income groups…in placing the entire burden of insecurity upon the workers and industry, to the exclusion of the well-to-do in the nation, the present social-security bill violates the most essential modern principles of social insurance.”
Today, the poor and the working class are still paying for the New Deal. Corporatism, that began in earnest during the New Deal, now reigns over a massive working class of producers. Workers who labor to receive dollars debased of value, poor who must submit to the authority of the government’s restrictions on the benefits they receive. Today we have a heavily planned economy, thanks primarily to the New Deal, that is now suffering under its own weight. The entire system is crumbling, inherently terminal and yet we continue to believe the promises of politicians who have not only benefited from the system, but have been induced into many of their political opinions solely based upon the monetary system that controls them. When we fail to understand, when we fail to pull back the curtain we can only continue to believe that the “little elite man” pulling the levers behind that curtain is the Great and Powerful OZ.
Then comes the Neo-Cons, who were nothing more then leftist back in the 50s through the 70s until they decided to switch political sides and infest the Republican Party like they had infested the Democratic Party, which by the way is a common tactic for the them. Their lineage goes back to Fabian and Trotsky Socialist tradition. Irving Kristol was a Trotskite who never disavowed or denied that affiliation.
There were two books written by a famous and well-known author named H.G. Wells; one book was titled “Open Conspiracy”, the other was called “The New World Order”. What is amazing is that these, and other books were written by a group that openly declared an agenda to implement a gradual revolution to overthrow the governments of this and other countries…without firing a shot!
Although often overlooked, the fact is that Fabian Socialist has played a major role in the development of the economics and the political aspects of this country. Indeed, there is evidence that the Fabians influenced many of the decisions made “on behalf” of the American People by numerous Administrations. In fact, if we read the writings, the programs and plans of the Fabian Socialists, then carefully review the direction this country has been steered, it becomes evident that there is a very close correlation between that direction and the detailed planning of the Fabians.
The Fabians were not only willing to use any political party to advance their agenda, but could do it in such a way that the political parties were unaware of just what the proposals actually entailed once implemented. I will touch on the lineage of the Fabians at a later point in the article however, it should be noted that not only has the Fabian Socialist compromised the Republican and Democratic Parties, but also the latest push has come from another direct line of Fabians: the very aggressive branch called Neo-Cons. Fabians embrace and promote a policy of elite management to plan and direct society from the lofty halls of power. Social Constructionists, who see society as a business in need of centralized organization and protection. Of course, they see the need to organize and thus protect the People from themselves through Authoritarian State controls.
The Fabian goal, of course, is the centralization of government powers, the virtual nullification of individual Rights in the name of the “common good”, centralized economic planning and socialization of all functions that normally call for individual responsibility. The Fabian Revolution has been an almost silent and bloodless one, but it has been extremely effective in achieving its stated goals of gradual socialization. In the Fabian system, bureaucracy is the primary instrument of transformation, no matter which political party gains power, it is the implementation of bureaucracy that triumphs over constitutional order thus nullifying the ability of government to function normally under what could be considered actual constitutional law. The law of the land is nullified, diluted, eviscerated through a very indirect influence of bureaucratic red tape, regulatory pressure and arbitrary legal applications. It is the sense of relativity of law that they seek to impress upon the government and thus the People.
It is evident that the Fabians have used the existing political systems to advance their cause. In fact, part of their stated agenda is to use established political parties or ideologies as stages of influence. The infiltrate these political organizations with the intent of gradually imparting Fabian Socialism into the political structure of a country.
One Fabian Socialist: Professor Harold Laksi stated that the goal is transform a government to the point that it has “vast powers and can legislate under them by ordinance and decree.”
"Our propaganda is one of permeating - we urged our members to join the Liberal and Radical Associations in their district, or, if they preferred it, the Conservative Associations - we permeated the party organizations and pulled all the strings we could lay our hands on with the utmost adroitness and energy, and we succeeded so well that in 1888 we gained the solid advantage of a Progressive majority full of ideas that would never have come into their heads had not the Fabians put them there." Shaw
“The second World War, which the Marxist-Leninists claimed was necessary to advance their revolutionary strategy for world conquest, not only resulted in a major expansion of the Communist Empire; it also gave the Fabian Socialists the opportunity of expanding bureaucracy in every part of the English-speaking world, including the U.S.A. This expansion of bureaucracy, which enables the Fabians and other planners to exercise growing power over all aspects of the life of the individual by holding key bureaucratic positions, also provides the Communists with a perfect cover for their contribution to the revolution. The New Deal program, which President Roosevelt set in motion in 1933, allegedly to deal with the Great Depression crisis, was in fact Fabian inspired, with influential Fabians on both sides of the Atlantic being directly involved in the program. The New Deal required a tremendous expansion of bureaucracy. And this bureaucracy provided the perfect protection for large numbers of top Communist agents who progressively worked their way right into the very heart of the Roosevelt Administration, which from 1938 onwards was practically controlled by Communists.
These Governments are also subject to the influences of the Fabians, particularly in the field of economic and financial policy.
They must continue to move, however reluctantly, in the same direction as the Socialists until such time as they are prepared to implement economic and financial policies, which are designed to place the full benefit of the free enterprise and private ownership economy at the disposal of the individual. Such policies would require less Government and a substantial reduction in bureaucracy.” Lord Hewart-The New Despotism, 1929
If we look at so-called globalization, we will find some striking similarities between what has taken place over the last couple of decades and the Fabian agenda: " The broadsheet [Fabian P.E.P.] mentioned outlined how farmers and manufacturers should be controlled by "duly constituted authority". Small traders should be eliminated: "big consequent changes will follow in the machinery of government". "Whether we like it or not - and many will dislike it intensely - the individualistic manufacturer and farmer will be forced by events to submit to far-reaching changes in outlook and methods." "What is required, if with only a view to equitable treatment of individuals, is transfer of ownership of large blocks of land - not necessarily of all the land in the country, but certainly a large proportion of it - into the hands of the proposed statutory corporations and public utility bodies and of land trusts." Fabian Political and Economic Planning Committee.
Sidney Webb pointed out that: "The Fabian Society occupies a different sphere as a Socialist Society from that of the two larger bodies. It includes members of all the other organizations, with a number of active workers chiefly of the middle class, and 'literary proletariat'. . . . The Society exercises a considerable influence, more real than apparent, by the personal participation of its members in nearly all reform movements, as well as by their work at the Universities and in the fields of journalism and the teaching of Political Economy. It is not, however, a numerous body, and makes no attempt to increase its numbers beyond a convenient limit."
Harry Dexter White, Alger Hiss, John Maynard Keynes, Felix Frankfurter, Dean Acheson, Henry Morgenthau, V. Frank Coe, Lauchlin Currie, John Dewey, Harold Laski all were directly connected to the Fabian Socialist and many were extremely influential in the Administrations of FDR, some in the Truman Administration and even the Kennedy Administration. Kennedy himself attended the Fabian Socialist London School of Economics.
J. M. Keynes was not only a welcomed lecturer at the New School, but he was one of the most influential persons in the spread of Fabian Revolutionary Economic policy in history. He was far from a Capitalist Economist, but he was indeed a Fabian revolutionary intent, by his own admission, to the destruction of free market economics and sound monetary policy.
“When the accumulation of wealth is no longer of high social importance, there will be great changes in the code of morals. We shall be able to rid ourselves of many pseudo-moral principles which have hagridden us for two hundred years....” John Maynard Keynes. Of course, if you read about Keynes you will quickly learn that not only was he a notorious pedophile, but also advocated the use of drugs to seduce his victims. He processed a very perverted mind-set
“…the only course open to me is to be buoyantly Bolshevik; and as I lie in bed in the morning I reflect with a good deal of satisfaction that, because our rulers are as incompetent as they are mad and wicked, one particular era of a particular kind of civilization is very nearly over.” J.M.Keynes
Joseph A. Shumpeter, Harvard Professor of Economics regarded Keynes as one of the most skilled at promoting Fabian Economics in a way that would be accepted by American society and rivaled Marxism in undermining capitalism in this country.
In 1956, a book was written by John Strachey, a Fabian theoretician, called “Contemporary Capitalism”, in this book he states pretty clearly that Keynes was not at all interested in saving capitalism in the United States, but destroying it through his economic plan. He also believed that Keynesian Economics would be the key to the Socialist Revolution. In his book, Program for Progress he stated that the Keynesian Inflationary Expansion polices was: “"an indispensable step in the right direction." "the fact that the loss of objectivity, and the intrinsic value of the currency which is involved (i.e., inflation) will sooner or later make necessary, on pain of ever-increasing dislocation, a growing degree of social control . . . for the partial character of the policy will itself lead on to further measures. The very fact that no stability, no permanently workable solution can be found within the limits of this policy will ensure that once a community has been driven by events to tackle its problems in. this way, it cannot halt at the first stage, but must of necessity push on to more thorough going measures of re-organization."
Keynes wrote a book called The End of Laissez-Faire; it is a very important expose in which Keynes is explicit in his determination to see an end to private enterprise and socialized systems would replace it with political and social controls of the State. He even advocated that there should be strict controls on the number of children a family should be allowed. Keynes was not only accepted by the Socialist, but by the Fascists as well, in fact, at the 1942 Fabian International Bureau Conference it was stated: “there is not much difference between the basic economic techniques of Socialism and Nazism.”
Shaw wrote that “Compulsory labor, with death as the final penalty is the keystone of Socialism”. The problem that stood in the way was the economics of individual freedom and that was where John Maynard Keynes came in…Keynes said in a letter to Bernard Shaw that he was writing a book on economic theory [General Theory of Employment Interest and Money] and he told Shaw that his theory: “will largely revolutionize the way the world thinks about economic problems. When my new theory has been duly assimilated and mixed with politics and feelings and passions, I can’t predict what the final upshot will be in its effect on action and affairs.” In fact, when the book was published in 1936 it was a hit among Socialist of all strains.
The world in which we now live has been, in a large part, produced by direct Fabian influence. If you doubt this seemingly amazing statement, then look at the agenda of the Fabians and then look at the progression of our own history from the late 1800s to the present time. It will astound you to find that not only has the agenda of the Fabians directly influenced the manner of government we now have in this country, but that their agenda appears to be continuing as planned. The London School of Economics, founded by the Fabian Socialist to educate the elite in Socialist economics, has some very interesting Alumni, many of who have had either direct influence on the policies of this country’s government or direct leadership roles in this government.
In fact, there are Alumni that hold global positions. An extensive list can be found online and include such names as Elliott Abrams, George Soros, John Tower, Pierre Trudeau, John Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, Richard Perle, Valerie Plame, David Rockefeller, Paul Volcker. Another noted professor in another Fabian establishment: The New School of Social Research, was none other than the father of Neo-Conservativism: Leo Strauss. The connections are not hard to miss nor are the implications of the influences we have all been subjected to over the last 100 years.
Speaking of the Administration of FDR, H.G. Wells stated: “There is a strong opposition on the part of great interests in America to the President, who has made himself the spear-head of the collectivizing drive; they want to put the brake now on his progressive socialization of the nation, and quite possibly, at the cost of increasing social friction, they may slow down the drift to socialism very considerably. But it is unbelievable that they dare provoke the social convulsion that would ensue upon a deliberate reversal of the engines or upon any attempt to return to the glorious days of big business, wild speculation and mounting unemployment before 1927. They will merely slow down the drive. For in the world now all roads lead to socialism or social dissolution.”
We now live in a de facto Socialist regime, one that has been systematically orchestrated through the years, not overtly, but through subterfuge, through incremental legislation and the transformation of traditional political ideologies into a Centralized National Government.
Upon the Nationalist Foundation the two parties now rest. There truly is not a nickel’s worth of difference between the two. Each Party has, in effect, become a hybrid of the other, in form and essence their politics only pretend to contradict each other on the shallowest levels. They use emotional issues to tug upon the electorate during the elections, but the fundamental foundation of each Party is now the same.
Both modern Parties have effectively divided America into two very distinct classes; one are the office-holders, the power-brokers, the corporatists who are little more than the new nobility and then there are the peons, which support the seats of power on which our rulers, our lords now sit and rule. The laboring peonage, who toil and labor to create the wealth that our rulers and their patrons revel in just as any nobility of old. Not only has the Republican Party, and now thanks to the Reconstruction, the Democratic Party as well, been that of high taxation both hidden and overt, but high benefits for its upper membership, despotic legislations, usurpation of powers, but as we have seen the last century and a half have seen more bloodshed and more misery around the world and here at home then should have ever been tolerated by any civilized people who value Liberty.
The Roots of Tyranny are deep and wide spread, we must never make the mistake of thinking that we can graft a branch of liberty onto the rootstock of Tyranny for all we will get is a tasteless fruit that can never nurture Freedom and can never reproduce itself. The Roots of Tyranny must be completely dug out of the fertile ground of our country, every leader root destroyed otherwise it will simply take root again and spread its vile influences over good government and the lives of our People.
The current political ideology that permeates this country through the joint efforts of both political parties has taken over a hundred years to come to fruition, unfortunately we don’t have that long to reverse the process.
I would, of course, rather see a relative peaceful transitional reform of this government however, I am also extremely realistic that prying the reigns of power away from those who now jealously guard their ideological and monetary priorities will be not be easy to accomplish, such tasks never are easy. The process has already begun, but few recognize the fact that there is not only a hunger in the hearts and minds of the American People, but that they are awakening to the possibilities that there is something more, a better way. In particular, the last decade has seen the increase of Republican ideals, as you know I am not speaking of the ideology found within that grossly misnamed political party, but of the ideals upon which this nation was founded. Never before has there been so many avenues of information espousing the message of the Republic and while the battle before us is daunting, it is not impossible. In a strange way George Bush is to be credited, his un-American policies have awakened more people to just how precious the Constitution and their Liberty really is; never before have we seen so many websites and blogs spring up in defense of Liberty. The militaristic “patriotism” following 9/11 is gradually being transformed into Patriotism that questions government, that demands answers and for the Peoples grievances be redressed. There are now over 400 community and State resolutions defending Liberty against the wiles of this government and the likes of the Patriot Act. It is an amazing turn-a-round and I am happy to say that we live in a time that will see the greatest battles for Liberty this nation has experienced since the Revolution.
As I have recommended in other posts, it will be necessary to field politicians within both parties, candidates who are dedicated to the cause of the Republic. The starting place will be the States, for although it is an uphill battle; that hill is not nearly as difficult as it would be on the national political arena. The elections of the State legislatures are rarely newsmakers and the infiltration of such legislative bodies will be far easier and less noticed then that of Congress. While we should never ignore Congress, I believe it will not only be more effective to strategically place our Constitutional candidates within the states at this time, but it will eventually become a very important display of the Peoples will. The reason we must regain the States first to effect the direction of the federal government through numbers. Once the States are, more or less, under our control we can place pressure upon the federal government by denying it the ability usurp the authority of the States. Road-blocks from the States will effectively stifle the federal governments ability to encroach upon the individual States ability to govern until the majority of State governments have effectively been subdued under our control.
The key of the People’s success will be to rapidly spread the ideals of the Republic through small and extremely contagious movements. It has already begun, as I have stated, otherwise we would not be seeing a politician like Ron Paul in the growing public spotlight. The message, though not Dr. Paul’s alone, is extremely timely. Small, and seemingly insignificant changes can have enormous effects on the People of this country and their attitude.
The message is as powerful today as it was in 1776, powerful enough to move a nation to defend themselves against all enemies, including those within their own government. Today, we are witness to a growing distaste for those who hold office in this country. The perception that our leaders have betrayed their oath of office to uphold and defend the Constitution, that they have betrayed the function of good government, and that they have betrayed the Citizens is rapidly growing. There will come a time, not in the distant future, when that distaste will reach a boiling point; this fact is readily known by this current government and in response it is hastily making preparations for that eventuality.
Increasingly, we will see the rise of extraordinary men and women, from all walks of life, who will take the stand that this country, the Liberty and Freedom upon which it was erected is more important then party affiliation, more important then the possibility of material gain and more important then their own lives.
Every revolution basically begins with a few dedicated people, the message eventually spreads through small, insignificant groups at first, but soon the message becomes a part of the society as a whole, as more and more questions arise about the current system and how it functions. As people are informed to ask the right questions they will eventually demand answers that don’t just seek to ply them with platitudes and political promises.
As I have stated on many occasions: people are not naturally inclined toward revolution, but as the level of stress and daily misery increases due to the Mercantilist policies of this government, whether under Republican or Democratic control, they will inch out of the mire of the status quo and once again place demands upon this government that is suppose to Serve the People.
I place no trust in either political party machine and less in the government they infect. If we are to cast off this idiocy that passes as government, then we must use both parties to our, the People’s advantage and fully take them over. Each of us must be willing to run for public office or at least support those who support Constitutional Order. The Seeds of Revolution were planted long ago and we are seeing the right elements to make them grow and spread.
This government is finally becoming afraid of the People once again and it is taking measures to “secure” its own safety. It will find however, that the People, including almost 100 million Second Amendment gun owners, will have the upper hand if it comes down to force. It would be ill-advised of me to go into the role that Patriotic insurgents would play if the government was stupid enough to implement martial law, but you can be assured that it would be a force to be reckoned with in such an eventuality.
It is time for a REVOLUTION, one that will completely destroy the power of the elite to control the People, to manage their Liberty based upon their contingent compliance and subject them to a life of peonage through a fiat system that primarily rewards political and corporate power instead of the honest labor of the People.