In an era of government worship, the supreme social heretic, that threatens
the regime, cannot be allowed the utterance of seditious sentiments. How dare any man write such subversion?
“When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve
the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal
station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires
that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.”
Nature’s God coming from a ‘Deist’ who defies the state and incites rebellion! Just who
spoke such revolutionary words? Such a threat to the ordained order cannot be left to stoke the fires of public dissent.
This rebel, name Thomas Jefferson, cannot be tolerated to spread the declaration of heterodoxy for independence from the rule
of the state.
Since the quid essential doctrine of political history
is now condemned as a relic of the past, why would any sane person believe that a declaration of independence can coexist in a society of laws, that violate nature and justifies the righteous
authority for insurrection?
‘The Great Unwashed’ who pledge their loyalty to the central government are a mere shadow of the subjects who created an emancipated land
out of the bowels of a tyrannical empire. Those brave souls, who risked their lives, and more importantly, their sacred honor,
for the dignity of Inherent Autonomy; have long passed away. They were the essence of the Alexis de Tocqueville’s portrayal of the sterling character that
elevated an infant nation into a remarkable country. The famous citation from Democracy in America ends with “America is great because she is good, and if America ever ceases to be good, she will cease to be great.”
Today the remnants of idiosyncratic sovereignty rest in the funeral ashes of a burnt carcass.
Critics of de Tocqueville's book, “point to the scarcity of examples. His propositions even when derived from observation, have the air of being mere
abstract speculations." However, the true test in his conclusions lie in the factual reality of the wisdom he witnessed.
Back in the early 19th century, America was a very different society and people conducted their affairs based upon a healthy
distrust of secular authority. Human nature has not changed. Nevertheless, today’s cultural mindset has a profound void
of the root causes of government oppression.
Alexis de Tocqueville’s
views influenced the British political theorist John Stuart Mill. Both stressed the importance of local government. In theory that emphasis seems self-evident within the context of the federal
behemoth, that rules virtually every aspect of our lives. However, in practice, actions by local boards often reflect
the ‘TC’ example of state or federal legislators and associated agency bureaucrats. Mill argued, reasonably on
utilitarian grounds, “social institutions need to be adapted to the time and place where they operate.”
Utilitarian is defined as useful and practical. Political utilitarianism is the view that makes actions right or wrong, determined by the utilitarian standard. Frederick Copleston describes Jeremy Bentham, another English proponent of utilitarianism. Mr. Copleston writes in, A History of Philosophy,
“Bentham did not invent the principle of utility: what he did was to expound and apply it explicitly and universally
as the basic principle of both morals and legislation.” In this regard, Bentham was acting as a social reformer
who sought to change the world. He vigorously attacked traditional morality and rejected notions of both the natural law and
of natural human rights.
American government at all levels expresses an
affinity for this doctrine. Denial of natural law and immutable natural human rights is the standard adopted to justify the
social relativism of political fiat rule. The integral conflict between the suspect moral foundations of government equity
defined utilitarian decisions and the Jeffersonian proclamation and adherence to the underpinning of legitimate government,
“the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them”, is the
task of the Totalitarian Collectivism saga.
by utilitarian government decree, denies the equalitarian of divine natural law. Only humans have natural rights. In the ‘TC’
millennium world of rigid enforcement and approved diversity based paradise, Natural Law dissenters must be strapped to a
stake and incinerated.
A declaration of independence for individuals is
sacrilege to the global empire. The real axis of evil is the STATE and the corporate beast that controls the system.
The State claims legitimacy based upon their power to provide or destroy. The Churches invent
doctrines to accommodate their social masters, while making excuses for disobeying scripture. The Family degenerates into
indulgent selfishness with easy escape clauses to avoid responsibility. The Economy is managed by mercantile methods for the
aggrandizement of plutocrat elites. The government Schools are factories for mind destruction, while promoting ruinous social
complicity. The Media defecates on the truth to facilitate the official propaganda message. Corporations replace human rights
with preferential legal status. The Corporate/State acts as the master of the universe and the judge of all worth. The Global
Controllers are false gods and you are expendable serfs.
Direct out of a brothel chamber and paid
with counterfeit casino chips, society is an anti-intellectual fun house of horrors. Systematic efficiency abuses the individual
and views the hordes of humanity as chattel of the state. The actual decision makers have disdain and loathing for any independent
opposition to the New World Order.
The reason why Totalitarian Collectivism is the operative practice for global domination rests upon the carrot and stick paradigm. The paradox is that for this system
to prevail, people must abandon their own dignity and succumb to universal oppression.
‘TC’ requires that social institutions, government policies and economic structures be fabricated to
achieve a singular purpose; namely, control over all people. The eternal struggle between freedom and slavery has intensified
in this technological age of a Global Gulag. The American saga from the inception of the birth of this nation has always been about the war between the forces for total
subjugation and the defiance of individuals for the preservation of their own soul.
Thomas Jefferson is often attributed the expression: "That government is best which governs least". While it is hardly
a stretch to envision him penning this phrase, it does not specifically appear in his writing. This quote is found in the
original 1849 title - Resistance to Civil Government – more popularly known as, On the Duty of Civil Disobedience. Of
course, Henry David Thoreau, the author, is a pariah to the Totalitarian Collectivism matrix. Yet how many consumer minded,
mass media watchers and government loyal subjects would lump any notion of civil disobedience as a violation of the Patriot
The answer is more frightening than
the prospects of ‘TC’ reprisal.
The focus of
the Totalitarian Collectivism series will list, analyze and present comprehensive alternatives to the ultimate scourge of
humanity. Initially a ten-part section will present an overview. In addition to this introduction, the following themes continue:
State, Church, Family, Economy, School, Media, Corporations and Law, Corporate State and Global Controllers.
Engage in this journey into areas that most dare not and even less will act upon to overcome.
SARTRE – 03/07/10
a government which imprisons any unjustly, the true place for a just man is also a prison ... the only house in a slave State
in which a free man can abide with honor.” Henry David Thoreau