Saturday, March 24, 2012

Religion and Politics; a response to Reverend Howard Bess

Religion and Politics; a response to Reverend Howard Bess
By Niki Raapana and Nordica Friedrich
March 13, 2012

Retired Baptist minister Howard Bess wrote a column for the Faith page at the Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman on March 7, 2012, saying it’s “open season to write about church and state.”  We would like to respond to Religion and politics do go together, because we agree, they absolutely do.
Senator Rick Santorum is a Catholic, but to us that’s not the issue.  The fact that Santorum is a Conservative Communitarian practicing a brand of Catholicism described as “Communitarian” is much more important.  He’s not the only politician in the United States with political beliefs based in religion. Mitt Romney isn’t simply a Mormon; he’s a Mormon Communitarian.  Newt Gingrich also believes in the Third Way Communitarian Platform.  President Barack Obama was described as a “black communitarian voice” coming out of Chicago by the Village Voice in 1996.  He was later called “The Third Way Wonder Boy” by the Democratic Leadership Council in 2004. Bill Clinton says, “We’re more communitarian now.”
Communitarianism is a 1980s ideology quietly shared by Left and Right politicians. Modified regularly, this continually changing social theory borrows from many ancient sources including the Bible, Koran, Talmud, Cabala, Plato, and Merlin.  It was the legal foundation for UN Local Agenda 21. Now it’s global Communitarian Law—the Supreme Law in the court systems of the European Union and the UN.
A revised set of Sustainable Development mandates will be handed out at the upcoming 20th Anniversary Rio Earth Summit in Brazil this June. Communitarianism expanded into The Rights of Mother Earth and The Eleven Laws of Nature.  The new Saudi financed court in Vienna will balance Christianity, Judaism, and Islam with countless religions and cults. Only ancient “wisdom” can help us all evolve into One or save the Earth from over-consumptive humans.  People (not corporations) have been classified in the religious legal framework as an evil species that must be purged before the Earth can heal.  Like all ancient religions surviving on blood, sweat and tears, our advanced scientific religion will require much human sacrifice. Sanctioned genocide of entire nations of people and excessive taxation/fines on the survivors is the Communitarian sustainable solution to Monsanto’s poisoning every field on Earth.
“There is general agreement that the world’s environment is under attack by the lifestyles of human beings. Collectively, we are polluting the world’s atmosphere by burning fossil fuels; we are polluting our farmlands and rivers with chemicals; we are using the oceans as a big dumping ground for the waste produced by our consumptive society. We are aware of these attacks on the environment, but the most dangerous pollutant is barely mentioned. The greatest attack on the world’s environment is being made by population explosion. We are racing to a world’s population that cannot be sustained.” Baptist Rev. Howard Bess, Retired
Rev. Bess is advancing Communitarian theory that says people are a “dangerous pollutant.” Eugenics, racism, nihilism and magic are at the root of the Big Idea to sacrifice millions of innocent people to the angry goddess; the evidence shows Communitarian genocide is a theory that cannot be sustained.

Niki Raapana and Nordica Friedrich are the internationally acclaimed authors of “2020: Our Common Destiny” and “The Anti Communitarian Manifesto.”  They live in Wasilla, Alaska.


Missy said...

Any links or quotes to more specifically illustrate why you see Santorum, Romney, etc. as communitarians?

Niki Raapana said...

hi Missy, yes, besides my own assessment, here's a few others:

Rick Santorum, Big Government Communitarian, Jordan Bloom January 6th, 2012

The Communitarian Crush on Rick Santorum, Alec MacGillis, January 6, 2012

Not Just a Bunch of Mitt Romneys
A new survey reveals that Mormons’ beliefs aren’t always what you’d predict. By David Haglund|Posted Thursday, Jan. 12, 2012