- "Sarah Palin and Newt Gingrich aren't debating the
moral philosophy of John Rawls, whose formulations Emanuel borrows."
- -Zeke Emanuel, The Death Panels, And Illogic In Politics
by Marc Ambender, The Atlantic
- The Hegelian Dialectic is the ideological blueprint for
manipulating people into fighting over issues. Skillful use of Hegelian
tactics is a requirement for all modern politicians. The ultimate goal
of every major political player in the game right now is to weaken both
sides of every argument, so that a "middle ground" for the "common
good" can be formed between them. This is the simple formula for tricking
the world into accepting a totalitarian central government. It's happening
in every country on the planet.
- When Betsy McCaughey published her article called "Deadly
Doctors," she sure opened a big can of political worms. She identified
the philosophy of Obama's new health advisor, Ezekiel Emanuel as "communitarianism."
- "Emanuel, however, believes that "communitarianism"
should guide decisions on who gets care. He says medical care should be
reserved for the non-disabled, not given to those "who are irreversibly
prevented from being or becoming participating citizens . . . An obvious
example is not guaranteeing health services to patients with dementia"
(Hastings Center Report, Nov.-Dec. '96). " (Betsy McCaughey, founder
of the Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths and a former New York lieutenant
governor writing in "Deadly Doctors" about Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel,
Obama's health policy advisor and brother of White House Chief of Staff
- The problem is, the gods of globalism are still not ready
to explain their new philosophy to the American people. Americans are much
more effective if they continue to believe their sides still exist and
keep the great political divides alive. Awareness of the emerging synthesis
of all ideologies (called communitarianism) is reserved for insiders. To
become an insider one must agree to go along with the big lie, for as long
as the lie remains necessary. Once the world has completely adopted supremacy
of communitarian law, the truth about the system won't matter much, because
the communitarian police will have community enforcement authority over
every individual in the world.
- The American public is just not ready to be told the
truth about the real philosophy driving all new changes to US law. Citizens
age 50 and beyond may never be told. Communitarians insist all nations
must be eliminated and that would upset the people who still think the
US Constitution and their state constitutions are valid legal contracts.
So the former Lt governor of the state of New York provided way more information
than the Americans need to know. Something radical had to be done quickly
to drive the topic back into obscurity. Just as hundreds of Americans started
asking what the heck communitarianism is, the global scriptwriters made
major changes to the book. Enter Sarah Palin, stage right.
- On the surface it certainly appears that Sarah Palin
and Barack Obama's Health advisor, Ezekiel Emanuel, are on "opposite"
sides. Sarah clearly represents the fundamentalist Christian Republican
Right, while Obama and Zeke obviously represent the open-minded non-denominational
Democratic Left. Their millions of followers on both sides are totally
convinced the "other" side are the bad guys and their own side
is the good guys. This belief in their superior side means they never have
to study the other side, or God forbid, to wonder what the outcome of all
this fighting may be. Like mad dogs trained to fight in the arena, true
believers go for the jugular veins of their opponents without a second
thought as to why.
- Sarah Palin proved her worth to the communitarians when
she entered the national political scene as John McCains' Republican running
mate. They made her a star in the best horror soap opera ever written.
It might look like they plan to kill her off, but rest assured, they'll
bring her back whenever they need her to keep the story line alive. And
right now, they need her. Upon entering the staged presidential campaign
in a whirlwind of exposure, Palin made an easy target of herself and successfully
fueled the inflated egos of every deluded Republican and Democrat in the
country. All it took to keep (nonexistent) American attention away from
any possible awareness of Obama's communitarian philosophy was to bring
a superstar like Palin into the campaign. And all it took to steer (possible)
attention away from Emanuel's exposed communitarian philosophy was to bring
Palin into the "debate."
- "His views aren't limited to this one [the Lancet
] article. In 1996, he wrote a short article for the Hastings Center, in
which he expounded upon the role that communitarianism might play in healthcare.
Dr Emanuel's bio-ethical views are heavily fueled by adherence to this
philosophy of communitarianism. Briefly put, communitarianism is a fairly
new political philosophy that emphasizes the role of the community in defining
and shaping individuals. Communitarianism focuses on the need to balance
individual rights and interests with that of the community as a whole,
and that individual people (or citizens) are shaped by the cultures and
values of their communities." http://www.politicalevidence.com/2009/08/obamas-ration-man-ezekiel-emanuel.html
- Now the debate is between the most uneducated politician
on the national scene and the "esteemed" bioethics professor
who cares about people. Their most dumbed down followers argue over who's
the nicer, more credentialed player. Communitarian agents scour the Internet
forums and steer any discussion of communitarianism back to outdated (and
now discarded) left and right theories. The substance of the debate never
became centered on the actual and verifiable philosophy that drives the
National Healthcare agenda. The only political argument allowed is between
the left and the right (just as the only religious debate allowed is between
the Christians and the Muslims). These phony, misleading debates are led
by second grade bullies who won't acknowledge communitarianism until their
teachers make them write it a hundred times on the blackboard. When the
American followers are finally told that communitarianism is their new
political and justice system, their assigned Borg leaders will make sure
everyone reaches consensus and agrees that it's a "good" thing.
- Hegelians don't care what the issues are. Neither do
they care which "side" they are perceived to be on. Their role
is to be a barrier to any authentic political discourse that may arise
from thinking people. Hegelians do not think for themselves, they follow
orders. They repeat words that have no meaning to them, throw around words
they cannot define and have no interest in defining. When asked directly
what they mean by a particular word, they always respond with "what
do you mean what do I mean?" as if you're just too stupid to be answered.
Most followers haven't got the first clue what sustainability, livability,
health and safety, and quality of life means. They build "good communities"
and only stupid people ask them what they mean by good.
- Appealing mainly to the egotistical and self-centered,
the Hegelians promote the idea that they and their followers are superior
to the common man in every way. Born again Hegelians may not be able to
tell us who they follow, but they will always insist their ideas are more
"enlightened" than common folks. Over educated, upper academic
Hegelians believe God told Hegel the only reasonable future society is
a friendly, caring, global police state. Uneducated Hegelians don't even
know they're Hegelians.
- All unenlightened sheep are to be kept locked inside
very publicized dialectical conflicts of opposites. Only the unseen, enlightened
few understand the actual goal of all the conflicts. The most useful idiots
are the ones who believe their side is the side that cares oh so much more
about "people" than the other side. Completely brainwashed Hegelian
thinkers go so far as to believe they are born smarter than the other side,
with many convinced they were chosen by God himself to rule over all of
mankind, forever. Taught to use any stupid argument at their disposal that
enrages their assigned opposite "side," their job is to fuel
established conflicts and say anything they want, as long as it keeps the
- The more outrageous their behaviors, the more outrageous
the response is from their gullible public followers. This is why hateful
slurs, mocking, sneering, racial insults, un-humorous "jokes,"
accusations, slander and Godlike condemnations are such a big part of our
national political discourse. Like Hegel taught the leaders of the emerging
supranational system, ideological conflicts that grow into violent clashes
between huge groups of people are the best way to "help" save
the world. Follower's on both sides of every conflict use the same, tired
arguments because both sides follow the same Hegelian playbook. To the
Man, Straw Man, Wag the Dog or fists and guns... they do whatever it takes.
- It's not an accident that every rebuttal I get to my
articles on communitarianism insist it's an insignificant term that means
nothing. I actually just got new comments on my blog that explained the
"difference" between liberals and socialists, and anonymous never
mentioned the word communitarian once! The debate between communitarianism
and US constitutional law will never reach the public until it's completely
over. First we all have to come together for a purpose greater than self.
Then we can all rise together in perfect harmony, or we can fall into the
pits with the others who refuse to be "free."
- "Clinton said Obama's election was the first one
in which people were "self-consciously communitarian - understanding
we are going to rise and fall together."" http://www.pittnews.com/node/19708
- Further Reading
- Volume 10, Number 4, December 2000, E-ISSN: 1086-3249
Print ISSN: 1054-6863, DOI: 10.1353/ken.2000.0025, Gauthier, Candace Cummins.,
Moral Responsibility and Respect for Autonomy: Meeting the Communitarian
Challenge, Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal - Volume 10, Number 4, December
2000, pp. 337-352 The Johns Hopkins University Press
- About -- Niki Raapana is the co-founder of the Anti Communitarian
League, (http://nord.twu.net/acl), a grassroots 2 person, unfunded private
research tentsitute that studies communitarianism from a commoner's perspective.
Her blog is Living Outside the Dialectic (nikiraapana.blogspot.com), and
with her email box so spammed by right and left wing propagandists lately,
she now prefers all online comments about her articles be presented there.
Niki is also the author of "2020: Our Common Destiny" (a short
introduction to communitarian law and the corresponding global political
system) and co-author of "The Anti Communitarian Manifesto,"
presented in 2 parts, "Part One: What is the Hegelian Dialectic?"
and "Part Two: The Historical Evolution of Communitarian Thinking."