Thursday, December 3, 2009

Is the New Global Order a Judeo-Christian plan?

Compare this quote:
"Pope John Paul's great vision of communitarianism and a New Global Order has yet to receive the recognition it deserves in furthering the understanding that humanity is built on religious values, without which transformations in totalitarian regimes would have been impossible. The essence of communitarianism, as put forth by the Vatican, consists of seeking middle ground between Marxist collectivism and rigid individualism and capitalism. Phillips traces the history of communitarianism through Aristotelian and Judeo-Christian writings, clarifying the proper function of the community in helping individuals help themselves by mobilizing church resources and countering anti-religious movements such as Nazism and communism. Communitarianism presents an encouraging universal notion of freedom, transcending the one-sided stances of Marxism and libertarian capitalism and promoting the vision of a unified human destiny." Communitarianism, the Vatican, and the New Global Order by Robert L. Phillips, Carnegie {Added to our Dialectic research Oct 6, 2005, original link has changed but I found again today at}
To this recently released video of Howard Dean:
"We are going to have both" (Dean explains he means socialism and capitalism.. and that the merger between the two ideologies is communitarianism)
There are also numerous quotes that say the same thing all over the ACL website. Besides the works of the prominent communitarians like Etzioni, Blair, and the entire EU, it was a Jesuit who first confirmed the conclusion of our thesis in theosophical terms. We call it alchemy. We posed that communitarianism is the contrived synthesis in the phony Hegelian dialectical argument between capitalism and communism. It's called the balance, the merger, the harmony, the unification, the common good and numerous other terms... but they all mean the same exact thing. Howard Dean is right... as long as only a few people understand what's going on here, we are going to continue to have both until there is nothing left of what the communitarians hate the most, namely the principles of freedom from others for the common man. Freedom of religion? Try and practice it in today's climate... see how many people support your right to worship as you see fit. No established state church (which is what the US Bill of Rights actually maintains), well... look again America, we've built our nation into a communitarianized Judeo-Christian Crusade for Global Democracy.

As a mother of a US Marine stationed in Afghanistan I suffer in ways I can only ignore or it'll kill me. My work has come under attack by the Christian Right, Republicans and conservatives way more than the leftists and Marxists who belittle me as a non-academic source. It's time I showed the same attention to the role of the religious right as I did with Marx and the Talmud. All sides that contributed to the synthesis are suspect, and it matters not whether it is the "final" stage or merely one more phase in this ultimate terrorist act against humankind. As a "journalism dropout," I reserve the right to go back to school at any time.


Anonymous said...

Don't confuse "Judeo Christian" religion which is found in the bible with the rantings of the Pope / Catholicism, which is nothing but a cult that has elevated itself to the status of infallibility equal to Jesus. They departed from Him LONG AGO.

The bible knows nothing of "communitarianism", papist or marxist, NOR the dialectical madness of Howard Dean.

Jesus answered (Pilate), "My kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: but now is my kingdom not from hence". (John 18:36)

True Christianity does not seek to establish earthly kingdoms, nor to wage war for a spiritual kingdom. But Christians, as dual citizens of the UNITED STATES of AMERICA should do their civil duty to protect and defend the Constitutional Republic from those who seek to pervert or subvert it.

So, don't get your panties in a wad "fighting the religious right". Those of us who understand our bibles fueled the Reformation to combat exactly this kind of papal tyranny over the nations in Europe, and we stand for the same things now. Whether the tyranny of the State is perpetrated by marxists, atheists, globalists, Catholics and others they have likewise deluded, rightly divided Judeo Christian religion adequately refutes and resists them all in principle. That's why our calling as Americans to the restoration of the constitutional republic under the rule of law as originally constructed before liberals perverted it, is not in conflict with those principles.

The Pope I suspect, is seeking a way of compromise in order to regain power for that little garden size plot of a "kingdom" where he was restricted in the wake of the Refornmation.

Anonymous said...

What a circuitous way to blame Jews for Christian actions. "Judeo" has NOTHING to do with the Christian faults you rightly point out.

Judeo means Judaic, which implies Torah, which prohibits supersession and displacement of Torah. Exactly antithetical, Christianity IS the claim of supersession (of NT over "Old Testament," offensively begging the question) and displacement theology: "antinomian" (Hellenist term meaning anti-Torah).

Thus, "Judeo-Christian" means "pro-Torah anti-Torah"; an oxymoron.

The term you should have used is Christian. Leave "Judeo" out of it. Jews have no responsibility for Christian actions.

Anonymous said...

Brilliant post. The rabbit hole seems to have no bottom. I'll be forwarding your site along to some friends.

REB said...

At the risk of being perceived of promoting dialectic madness, I have to say that I agree with the first two comments, but I also question them. In short, the Pope doesn't speak for all Christians, and there are believing Jews who reject their Messiah at the present time. So there are Christians and Jews who don't subscribe to the synthesis and who don't get agree with each others religious out look.

Dialectics are design to confuse, so it's reasonable to get mixed up over who is who and what is what.

Stay strong!

Patrick said...

I don't care how good the weed was, I can't believe you published this.

My spidey sense is tingling, but I don't have time to slay all these straw men, and track down the Jehovah Witnesses behind Climategate at the same time.

the tent lady said...

Yes, I agree with you all, this will be a very difficult course of study. But I've avoided it far too long now. The two sides in the economic arena are capitalism and communism/socialism. The capitalists and republicans are often identified as having Biblical Christian values. How is it possible to study the role of capitalism and individualism in the synthesis if I do not include Judaic Law? Is it still taboo?

To even suggest exploring the connection between the churches and the global polical agenda as a valid course of study means I must be high. Why can't it mean I ran out to get new panties? :)

REB said...

The Emergent Church is drunk on the kool-aid of the Club of Rome doomsday dialectic. They are posers who identify themselves as Christian, but they are New Agers through and through. They are on board with Communitarianism in a big way, as they are with whatever will pass for "hip and cool".

Rough Sawn said...

It's clear that both political wings and nearly every church are spouting ideagrams that have no basis in the groups or ideologies they claim to represent. So where does this crap come from and what do these people believe that spout this nonsense in total contravention of their power base? They are judaic freemasons. They took down the monarchies in Europe, created Protestantism and destroyed the traditional Catholic Church. And now they are about to have their new world order. The United States is a masonic creation. We are actually doing exactly what we were created to do. This is not some historical aberation but the fulfillment of our mission. De Toqueville said we would be great as long as we were good. All they had to do was wait until the fat of our success wore the goodness away while constantly tweaking our doctrine. We are a revolutionary state and have been since our inception. Which is why when it really starts to hit the fan this is going to be the nastiest place on the planet. We atually have nothing to fall back on. There are two non-dialectical states. One is the traditional Catholic Monarchy and the other is Orwell's 1984 hellish constant change state. All the nonsense in between just doesn't hold, although it's a hell of a lot of fun. I think if you look into Judeo-Protestant Freemasonry you'll find the origins of the UN and the spiritual essence from which springs the seeming insanity of our leaders. I'd also say that one of the first synthesis that pollutes the mind and begets the rest is the awful "Judeo-Christian" nonsense. It's like saying we have a "day-night" heritage. Where the heck does the mind go from there? Anywhere it's told, I'd venture. Good Luck!