Collectivism: Collectivism, term used to denote a political or economic
system in which the means of production and the distribution of goods and
services are controlled by the people as a group. Generally this refers to the
state. Collectivism is the opposite of capitalism or free enterprise, in which
the means of production are owned by private individuals and distribution is
determined by free trade and considerations of personal profit. The concept of
collectivism is derived from the social theory holding that the interests and
welfare of the collective group are of greater importance than the interests and
welfare of any individual. As a political-economic theory, collectivism differs
little from theoretical socialism. Modern revolutionary communism is a more
extreme type of collectivism in which not only capitalistic enterprise but also
most private property is abolished, by violent means if necessary. Communalism
is a form of collectivism in which ownership of the means of production is
vested in a smaller unit, the commune, with a corresponding reduction in the
authority of the state.
"Collectivism," Microsoft(R) Encarta(R) 98 Encyclopedia. (c) 1993-1997 Microsoft
Corporation. All rights reserved.
Conspiracy: A secret plot or plan of two or more people - to do evil. A
secretive criminal enterprise. Remember: the first job of any conspiracy is to
hide its existence. Failing that and being exposed, those evil plans are
thwarted by those who are bound by the government covenant to protect individual
rights (& therefore lives and property).
Collective Rights: Rights purportedly owned by a group. Group quotas.
Political Action Committees, Special Interest Groups and the like are all
involved in "collective bargaining", usually with government, over privileges
they wish to procure for themselves as a group. The operative word, here, is
"privileges". Collective rights are not rights, but are in fact group privileges
which give them special treatment or favor over individuals in other groups.
Simply put, this is socialism, another word for communism.
Democracy: 1 : government by the people; especially : rule of the
majority - Majority rule is Mob Rule. Tyranny of the masses. Democracy is three
wolves and two sheep - voting on what to have for dinner. Democracy is where a
simple majority of 51% decide that the other 49% of the population is a "public
health menace" and should be "relocated" (sent to the concentration camps for
orderly disposal). Socialism, Communism, Fascism and Nazism are all forms of
Democracy, they are all "collectivist" systems of government. God help us, the
day has already arrived where we became a Democracy and the day is approaching
fast, thanks to a heavily-infiltrated judiciary and their enforcers - where we
will see the really ugly side of that most pernicious form of government. In the
form of government originally established here, which is a Republic, majority
rule, the tyranny of the masses, was held in check by the constitution in a
system of constitutional rule of law. It appears this is no longer the case.
Other ways to look at "Democracy": Democracy - more honestly called "mobocracy"
- is a political system based upon the concept that the majority always rules...
...because they outnumber the minority, and can beat them up.
Never doubt this: "Democracy" is rooted in pure brute force:
Every "fundamentalist" blue law imposed on a minority with differing beliefs
assumes that the unbelievers will be forced to obey.
Every majority election of a politician forces unwelcome "representation" upon
someone whose views that politician diametrically opposes.
Democracy assumes that three illiterate morons are somehow wiser than one
Einstein-level genius... Simply because there are more of them; they outnumber
him, and can force their wills upon him.
Democracy says it is acceptable to take money or property from a nonconsenting
individual because he is outnumbered, a minority.
Democracy in its purest form is best illustrated by the robbery of a helpless
little old lady by a gang of thugs. It must be okay: The gang "majority"
out-voted the woman.
According to James Ostrowski: Democracy is nothing more than the numerous and
their manipulators bullying the less numerous. It is an elaborate and deceptive
rationalization for the strong in numbers to impose their will on the
electorally weak by means of centralized state coercion …
Both forms of government feature voting by the people to select officials. The
primary difference between them is that while republican voting is done for the
purpose of choosing officials to administer the government in the pursuit of its
narrowly defined functions, democratic voting is done, not only to select
officials but also to determine the functions and goals and powers of the
The guiding principle of republics is they exercise narrow powers delegated to
them by the people, who themselves, as individuals, possess such powers.
James Madison, the father of the Constitution, astutely observed, “Democracies,
have ever been spectacles of turbulence and contention; have ever been found
incompatible with personal security or the rights of property; and have in
general been as short in their lives as they have been violent in their death.”
"Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is
a well-armed lamb contesting the vote!" (Franklin)
"Democracy... while it lasts is more bloody than either [aristocracy or
monarchy]. Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and
murders itself. There is never a democracy that did not commit suicide." John
"Democracy becomes a government of bullies, tempered by editors." — Ralph Waldo
"Democracy is also a form of worship. It is the worship of Jackals by
"Democracy is the art of running the circus from the monkey cage." Mencken, also
"Under democracy one party always devotes its chief energies to trying to prove
that the other party is unfit to rule--and both commonly succeed, and are
right... The United States has never developed an aristocracy really
disinterested or an intelligentsia really intelligent. Its history is simply a
record of vacillations between two gangs of frauds." Mencken - he was on a
Fiat: An arbitrary order or decree.
http://www.jbs.org/search/node/Fascism. Currently, there is a lot of
confusion about this term and Orwellian redefinitions of the term are in the
public sphere - with the intent that people will NOT recognize Fascism when they
see it. As Stalin said, "Control the flow of information in a country and you
control the country". So, by framing the terms of the debate - by removing
once-known terms from the national lexicon - you control the flow of
information. When asked about gun-control, Stalin said, "Why would we let them
(the people) have guns? We don't [even] let them have ideas.", which is a
perfect example of what Orwell wrote about in "1984".
Essentially, Fascism is private ownership of the means of production - which are
controlled by the state. Of course, what this really means is that private
owners (familial dynasties, usually) have the ILLUSION of private ownership of
the means of production. Since the state controls those means, it doesn't matter
what the private owners think. In these private/public "partnerships", the
superior "partner" is the government, which means that the collective "rights"
(privileges, actually) of government override the actual, inalienable rights of
Fellow traveler: Main Entry: fellow traveler
Etymology: translation of Russian poputchik
: one that sympathizes with and often furthers the ideals and program of an
organized group (as the Communist party) without membership in the group or
regular participation in its activities
- fel·low-trav·el·ing adjective
Liberalism: Currently, the dictionary definition fails to describe the
liberals of today, who are in fact not really liberals: they've only hijacked
the label "liberal". You might find the definition of "Fellow Traveler" useful
in place of the term "liberal" when referring to the current usage, however.
For a complete discussion on modern liberalism, we must refer you to the
Natural Law: a body of law or a specific principle held to be derived
from nature and binding upon human society in the absence of or in addition to
(From the Natural Law Party website...) "Natural law is the orderly principles
-- the laws of nature -- that govern the functioning of nature everywhere, from
atoms to ecosystems to galaxies. Over the past several centuries, modern science
has identified many of these laws governing physical, biological, ecological,
and social systems. Natural law is inherently “life-supporting”: it supports the
life and evolution of innumerable species.
Natural law is not a new idea in American government. Our founding fathers
believed that the rights of every American citizen to life, liberty, and the
pursuit of happiness are based on immutable laws of nature. They felt that,
through knowledge of natural law, both science and government would promote the
goals of freedom and happiness of the people.
Human behaviors that promote life, liberty, and happiness are in harmony with
natural law. When people live in harmony with natural law, they don’t make
mistakes -- they spontaneously uphold higher values, and they enjoy naturally
good health and a life free from problems. However, the knowledge of natural law
uncovered by modern science -- and disseminated through our educational system
-- has been insufficient to enable citizens to live and act in accord with the
laws of nature. Thus, the whole population is constantly violating natural law,
causing problems for themselves and their communities."
NAZI's: National Socialism, commonly called Nazism, German political
movement initiated in 1920 with the organization of the National Socialist
German Workers' Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, or
NSDAP), also called the Nazi Party. The movement culminated in the establishment
of the Third Reich, the totalitarian German state led by the dictator Adolf
Hitler from 1933 to 1945.
"National Socialism," Microsoft(R) Encarta(R) 98 Encyclopedia. (c) 1993-1997
Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Oligarchy: Government by a few, especially by a small faction of persons
or families. Often, in a democracy, the majority opinion is actually managed by
a small group of people via a propaganda apparatus. Several historical examples,
including NAZI Germany and Stalin's Russa should come to mind... Joseph Goebbels
coined the term "The Big Lie" to describe the fact that the masses, being so
gullible were inclined to believe a story, a lie, especially if it was truly a
"whopper". The logic is that people cannot bring themselves to believe the
government would be telling them such an incredible falsehood, so what the
government is saying must actually be true. This is simply reverse psychology on
a sociological scale. In this way, the majority always thinks they were getting
what they want, when in fact, they are being carefully guided by those who
understand that the masses are essentially asleep and not thinking for
themselves. Thus, the few are able to rule the many in an oligarchical form of
government where the masses believe they are controlling their own destiny, even
while the government is perpetrating democide.
Privilege: A special advantage, immunity, permission, right or benefit
granted by the state, giving the bestowed status, rank, class or caste. I.e. it
is granted by a human "granting" body and is therefore subject to the whims of
whomever is in power at the moment, including the historical examples of a few
royal lunatic bastard products of royal incest who believe they rule by right of
Plunder: Main Entry: 1plun·der
Inflected Form(s): plun·dered; plun·der·ing /-d(&-)ri[ng]/
Etymology: German plündern
1 a : to take the goods of by force (as in war) : PILLAGE, SACK <invaders
plundered the town> b : to take by force or wrongfully : STEAL, LOOT
2 : to make extensive use of as if by plundering : use or use up wrongfully
<plunder the land>
intransitive senses : to commit robbery or looting
- plun·der·er /-d&r-&r/ noun
Rights: something that an individual can claim as due just by the nature
of that individual's existence. Breathing is a right. Self-defense is a right.
Worship is a right. The ability to come and go freely is a right, as is the
right to peaceably assemble, to associate with whom you will. Thinking is a
right. Education is a privilege.
Republic: A government in which supreme power resides in a body of
citizens who possess the right to vote and is exercised by elected officers and
representatives responsible to them and governing according to written law.
Have You Been Deceived? See "Useful
Q. When the Founding Fathers established our government, they gave us:
(a) a democracy, or (b) a republic?
Well, America is a republic, the only Constitutional Republic to ever grace the
face of the earth.
Not only did our Founding Fathers establish a republic, they greatly feared
democracy. James Madison, known as the father of the U.S. Constitution, wrote in
"Essay #10" of The Federalist Papers: "... democracies have ever been spectacles
of turbulence and contention; have ever been found incompatible with personal
security or the rights of property; and have in general been as short in their
lives as they have been violent in their deaths."
Although such an attitude will surprise most Americans, it is accurate.
The United States Constitution does not contain the word democracy. It does
"guarantee to every State in this Union a republican form of government...."
Also, when we recite the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag, we say, "to the
Republic for which it stands," and not "to the Democracy."
The difference between a republic and a democracy was once widely understood in
America. The U.S. War Department (superseded by the Department of Defense)
taught that difference in a training manual (No. 2000-25) published on November
30, 1928. This official U.S. government document, used at the time for the
training of American military personnel, said of democracy:
"DEMOCRACY: A government of masses. Authority derived through mass meeting or
any other kind of "direct" expression. Results in mobocracy. Attitude toward
property is communistic – negating property rights. Attitude toward law is that
the majority shall regulate, whether it be based upon deliberation or governed
by passion, prejudice or impulse, without restraint or regard to consequences.
Results in demagoguism, license, agitation, discontent, anarchy."
It went on to state: "Our Constitutional fathers, familiar with the strength and
weakness of both autocracy and democracy, with fixed principles definitely in
mind, defined a representative republican form of government. They 'made a very
marked distinction between a republic and a democracy and said repeatedly and
emphatically that they had founded a republic.' " That definition follows:
"REPUBLIC: Authority is derived through the election by the people of public
officials best fitted to represent them. Attitude toward property is respect for
laws and individual rights, and a sensible economic procedure. Attitude toward
law is the administration of justice in accord with fixed principles and
established evidence, with a strict regard for consequences. A great number of
citizens and extent of territory may be brought within its compass. Avoids the
dangerous extreme of either tyranny or mobocracy. Results in statesmanship,
liberty, reason, justice, contentment, and progress."
Slavery: The state of one bound in servitude as the property of a
slaveholder (the state) or household. Working on behalf of another without
compensation. For an in-depth analysis of how modern slavery is carried out -
without the knowledge of the enslaved who are used to thinking in euphemisms,
see "Slavery: Welcome to the
Sovereignty: Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural -ties
Etymology: Middle English soverainte, from Middle French soveraineté, from Old
French, from soverain
Date: 14th century
1 obsolete : supreme excellence or an example of it
2 a : supreme power especially over a body politic b : freedom from external
control : AUTONOMY c : controlling influence
3 : one that is sovereign; especially : an autonomous state
For a complete discussion of sovereignty, visit
Totalitarianism: Main Entry: to·tal·i·tar·i·an·ism
1 : centralized control by an autocratic authority
2 : the political concept that the citizen should be totally subject to an
absolute state authority
Useful Idiot: Someone who carries out the agenda of another - unaware of
the real effects of their activities. One who acts under the delusion that
they're doing good, when in fact they are unwittingly aiding and abetting a
conspiracy. See "Fellow Traveler"
Western Civlization: The theory that the individual is sovereign and the
master of government, that as a free individual may own the means of production,
may own private property and use it to the betterment of himself and those he
chooses - inside a well-documented, established system of rule of law that
protects individual liberty. Free Market. Capitalism. The American Way.
A member of western civilization takes personal responsibility for the
health of the
nation and strives to the highest ideals in the best tradition of all
warrior-poets - for the liberty of all individuals, not just particular