06-21-2014: Collectivism = Monopoly = Lowest Common Denominator

Posted: June 21, 2014 in Constitution Watch
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Our children today, are being conditioned not HOW to think, but WHAT to think, by ignorant drones, themselves heavily conditioned pawns we still mistakenly refer to as teachers – that individualism, responsibility, liberty, corporations, free market economies, the pursuit of excellence and capitalism are bad.  Government is good our children are taught.  No distinction is ever made between actual free market corporations and the immense wealth they freely generate for all participants in any economy;  and the greedy, corrupt, power hungry, international conglomerate monopolies that coerce all wealth within reach to themselves through control of collectivist governments – which in turn enable the continuing monopoly.

All monopolies despise free markets or any kind of competition.  For reasons I don’t get, not even so-called conservative pundits make any distinction between legitimate corporate business and centrally controlled monopoly; or the perverted form of reverse fascism monopoly breeds.  Typically, for the Marxist Left, all corporations are bad;  for the Establishment Right, all corporations are good.  The truth is far removed from either position.  The truth requires discernment and discernment is no longer encouraged or taught.

This distinction from free markets should be made because monopoly is liberty’s terminal, lymphatic cancer.  Monopoly promotes top down, centrally controlled governments, dictatorships where possible, because these socialist style governments are easily manipulated, managed and used to whatever end is desired by the monopolies currently holding sway.  The people are conditioned to become hard working wealth creation tools, easily convinced that the promise of security is better than actual wealth earned.

Most of us rarely realize that true security lies within our own minds, hands and abilities as ordained by Divine Providence.  Once collectivist tax rates exceed 25% or 30%, the possibility of amassing wealth and/or security is eliminated sans a precious few exceptions, which are usually and quickly absorbed into the Elite.  Microsoft is a prime example as it loudly promotes insane Agenda 21 enslavement vehicles such as Common Core realizing that conditioned thought is an inescapable prison requiring no walls, fences or bars – a collectivist dream.

Amazingly, many wealthy American people living beyond anything Royalty ever dreamed of, successful via opportunities offered by our American capitalist system, hypocritically praise Russia, China, Cuba and other human disaster zones, while demonizing the very free market system that gave them their own public voice.  How many movie millionaires originated in China, Cuba or Venezuela over the past 75 years?  How many writers?  Poets?  Producers?  Internet moguls?  Computer moguls?  Automobile manufacturers?  Missionaries?  Spiritual healers?  Restaurateurs?  Journalists?  Store owners?  Clearly collectivist conditioning inhibits the ability to think clearly, if at all.

Collectivist history stomps deeply repetitive, bloody, hobnailed, foot prints of subjugation, starvation, impoverishment, imprisonment, torture, fear and murder into the backs of working men and women.  Simultaneously, collectivist Elite Masters and the ignorant government thugs doing their hellaciously treasonous work redistribute the wealth of hard working decent people to themselves, their pawns and insider friends.  The promised security of the proletariat never manages to materialize.  Spiritual devastation, hopelessness and mediocrity run rampant through the population – until it collapses on itself – usually three to four generations at most.  Collectivism is not sustainable.  It’s astonishing to see so many so-called environmentalists, foolishly promoting collectivist agendas as solutions to problems.  History shows collectivist thought to be the central core of most societal and environmental  problems – never the solution.  Tavistockian Conditioning is a powerful tool indeed.

Capitalism and free markets promote equal opportunity, personal responsibility, generosity and provide an environment in which healthy spiritual growth can thrive and flourish.  Freedom cannot exist without personal responsibility, love and generosity.  Capitalism creates an environment where each of us can choose to become captain of our choices, opportunities and outcomes;  and accept responsibility for those choices.  This is spiritual nirvana on earth.  It’s as good as it gets in this physical life we share together.

Collectivism on the other hand, blindly, inhumanely and destructively dictates outcomes and by doing so, eliminates personal responsibility and choice.  Since no two people are equal in ability in any one particular area as we each have unique gifts; outcomes can never be raised to a higher or optimum level of quality.  Outcomes can only be forced to the lowest common denominator.  Mediocrity becomes not only the norm, but the only possibility.  The brilliant are dumbed down.  The strong are made weak.  Personal excellence in any field of endeavor is banished, even punished as success is deemed unfair under the obscene decrees of social justice and political correctness.

Capitalism is the pursuit of excellence and personal responsibility unleashed within the joyful symphony of life.  History proves this and we can live this history should we choose to.

Collectivism is the muzzle of mediocrity and the iron anchor of spiritual growth weighing down and finally drowning the amazing possibilities of life until nothing of value can be heard or felt.

Which do we choose for ourselves and our children?  Which do we stand for?

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