BATR readers and loyal supporters:
The article, Are You a 'TC' Proponent?, was written in 2001, before 911. Take a minute and reflect upon the inauspicious developments that have overtaken
the United States since SARTRE coined the “TC” mantra.
New commentary postponed from 2006 until 2010, returned in earnest. The
intervening years has been a personal horror story of combating the corporate juggernaut of industrial wind, the entrenched
depravity of New York State energy and land use policy, and the total and complete corruption of local town government.
should you care about the individual plight of paleo-conservative columnist? The honest answer is there is no expectation
that you will.
what about confronting the harsh reality of corporate - government symbiotic linkage that ignores the natural rights of citizens
in Western NY? How long before you and your own family will be the next victim and squarely in the sights for abuse? Do you
care about your own condition or are you one of the post-modern era timid serfs, resigned to a fate of doom and servitude?
The purpose of this BATR series, Totalitarian Collectivism, is to explore the options that endure for independent and ethically responsible individuals, co-existing within contrived
governmental jurisdictions, and subject to the wrath of malevolent agents of tyrannical regimes. The ersatz ecumenism
of this age is the worship of a corporate state deity.
“TC” starts with a ten-part anthology. A background review of the “View from the Mount”
outline - Ten Points for Sensible Government – provides basic axioms of the role for righteous government.
The Header Banner has the State above and pulling the strings of the Church, Family,
Economy, School and Media. I will demonstrate that this familiar description of Totalitarian rule has additional components
that effectively allows and maintains a top down power paradigm.
Collectivism is the Realpolitik
of our society. The People are methodically separated from their wealth, while an elite class of plutocrats systematically
destroys the nation, as a prelude to total control.
Can this war against humanity be won? Is populism viable? Has human
nature changed or are the results of that makeup evolving into a greater level of iniquity? Totalitarian Collectivism presents
a historic context and offer up pragmatic answers in a world gone mad.
SARTRE - February 21, 2010