Thursday, December 29, 2011

Tabula Rasa

Tabula Rasa will be presented on-air live, Saturday week, this January 7th, 2012. 

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Today's program notes... are entitled… Tabula Rasa. But as I've made mention before... when I think of words... I think of seeds. When I think of seeds... I think of songs. 

When all else fails me, I trust_ my_ gut.


American Heritage Dictionary

        The mind before it receives the impressions gained from experience.
        The unformed, featureless mind in the philosophy of John Locke
    A need or an opportunity to start from the beginning

[Medieval Latin tabula rāsa: Latin tabula, tablet + Latin rāsa, feminine of rāsus, erased.]

Oxford Dictionary of Architecture & Landscaping

1. Tablet from which the inscription is erased, ready to be written upon again.
2. Obliteration of history and collective memory.

Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy

(Latin, blank tablet or clean slate) The term used by scholastics, e.g. Aquinas (Summa, Ia 79. 2) to indicate the state of a mind on which no sensation has been impressed. It is frequently used to describe the similar contention of Locke that there are no innate ideas. See also nihil in intellectu nisi prius in sensu.

Wikipedia on

Tabula rasa is the epistemological theory that individuals are born without built-in mental content and that their knowledge comes from experience and perception. Generally proponents of the tabula rasa thesis favour the "nurture" side of the nature versus nurture debate, when it comes to aspects of one's personality, social and emotional behaviour, and intelligence. The term in Latin equates to the English "blank slate" (or more accurately, "erased slate") (which refers to writing on a slate sheet in chalk) but comes from the Roman tabula or wax tablet, used for notes, which was blanked by heating the wax and then smoothing it to give a tabula rasa.

 American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms
dead letter

1.  An unclaimed or undelivered letter that is eventually destroyed or returned to the sender. For example, ‘She moved without leaving a forwarding address, so her mail ended up in the dead letter office.’ [c. 1700]
2.  A statute or directive that is still valid but in practice is not enforced. For example, ‘The blue laws here are a dead letter; all the stores open on Sundays and holidays.’ [Second half of 1600s]

Wikipedia on

Etiology is the study of causation, or origination. The word is derived from the Greek αἰτιολογία, aitiologia, "giving a reason for" (αἰτία, aitia, "cause"; and -λογία, -logia).

The word is most commonly used in medical and philosophical theories, where it is used to refer to the study of why things occur, or even the reasons behind the way that things act, and is used in philosophy, physics, psychology, government, medicine, theology and biology in reference to the causes of various phenomena. An etiological myth is a myth intended to explain a name or create a mythic history for a place or family.
American Heritage Dictionary
noblesse oblige

Benevolent, honorable behavior considered to be the responsibility of persons of high birth or rank.

[French, nobility is an obligation: noblesse, nobility + oblige, third person sing. present tense of obliger, to obligate.]

Noblesse oblige is a French phrase literally meaning "nobility obliges".

The Dictionnaire de l’Académie française defines it thus:

        Whoever claims to be noble must conduct himself nobly.
        (Figuratively) One must act in a fashion that conforms to one's position, and with the reputation that one has earned.

The Oxford English Dictionary says that the term "suggests noble ancestry constrains to honorable behavior; privilege entails to responsibility". Being a noble meant that one had responsibilities to lead, manage and so on. One was not to simply spend one's time in idle pursuits.


Make Your Own Money
Money Power In You - There is a treasure buried in your consciousness. If you will dig it up from the debris of superstition and fear that covers it you will gain a freedom and self-mastery that will lift your life to a higher plane. This is the money power in you. The power to create money with which to purchase wealth, health and happiness actually lies dormant within you. You have thought of the money power as something remote from you and beyond your grasp. You have dreamed of the good you could and would do if you had money power. You have blamed others for not accomplishing this good. You have blamed them for evil economic and political conditions; for unemployment, for poverty, for crime, for war. It is quite logical to blame these maladies upon the malfunction of the money power, but you have not suspected that the money power resides in you and because of your failure to exert it the world is afflicted with miseries. You have the power; you have the responsibility. The power and responsibility to banish poverty, unemployment, insecurity, misery and war rests entirely with you. You, in cooperation with other intelligent persons, can drive economic and political evils further and further from the area of your life and ultimately they may be driven from the face of the earth. You can do this by the money power in you, expressed first in your own prosperity and happiness, and radiating to others. You can do it and you must do it. There is no power outside of you that can bring these blessings to you. Petitioning the Government is like writing to Santa Claus. You need no laws - there is a law, a natural law that governs your money power. You need no government aid. You need only cooperation with and from persons who, like you, have resolved to exert the money power inherent in us all. This power in each of us needs only the recognition and respect of our fellows to spring forth and exert its blessings. We need not petition Congress and we need not waste time to denounce bankers, for they can neither help nor hinder our natural right to extend credit to each other, and this is the perfect basis for a money system. 

moralistic fallacy

The moralistic fallacy is in essence the reverse of the naturalistic fallacy.
Naturalistic fallacy presumes that what is—or what occurs—forms what ought to be. Thus the observed natural is reasoned a priori as moral.
Moralistic fallacy implies that the undesirable opposes nature. It presumes that what ought to be—something deemed preferable—corresponds with what is or naturally occurs. The asserted moral is reasoned a priori as natural.


Sometimes basic scientific findings or interpretations are rejected, or their discovery or development or acknowledgement is opposed or restricted, through assertions of potential misuse or harmfulness.
In the late 1970s, Bernard Davis, in response to growing political and public calls to restrict basic research (versus applied research), amid criticisms of dangerous knowledge (versus dangerous applications), applied the term moralistic fallacy toward its present use.
The term was used as early as 1957 to at least some of differing import.


Moralistic fallacy:
    Warfare is destructive and tragic, and so it is not of human nature.
    Eating meat harms animals and the environment, and so no one has physiological use for it.
    Men and women ought to be given equal opportunities, and so women and men can do everything equally well.

Naturalistic fallacy:
    Warfare must be allowed because human violence is instinctive.
    Veganism is folly because humans have eaten meat for thousands of years.
    Adultery is acceptable because people can naturally want more sexual partners.


In natural science, the moralistic fallacy can result in rejection or suppression of basic science, whose goal is understanding the natural world, on account of its potential misuse in applied science, whose goal is the development of technology or technique. This blurs scientific assessment, discussed in natural sciences (like physics or biology), versus significance assessment, weighed in social sciences (like social psychology, sociology, and political science), or in behavioral sciences (like psychology).
Davis asserted that in basic science, the descriptive, explanatory, and thus predictive ability of information is primary, not its origin or its applications, since knowledge cannot be ensured against misuse, and misuse cannot falsify knowledge. Both misuse and prevention and suppression of scientific knowledge can have undesired or even undesirable effects. In the early 20th century, development of the basic science quantum physics enabled the atomic bomb through applied science in the mid-20th century. Without quantum physics, however, much technology of communications and imaging, by other applied science, could have been renounced.


Scientific theories with abundant research support can be discarded in public debates, where general agreement is central but can be utterly false. The obligation of basic scientists to inform the public, however, can be stymied by contrasting claims from others both rousing alarm and touting assurances of protecting the public.[6] Davis had indicated that greater and clearer familiarization with the uses and limitations of science can more effectively prevent knowledge misuse or harm.
Natural science can help humans understand the natural world, but it cannot make policy, moral, or behavioral decisions. Questions involving values—what people should do—are more effectively addressed through discourse in social sciences, not by restriction of basic science. Misunderstanding of the potential of science, and misplaced expectations, have resulted in moral and decision-making impediments, but suppressing science is unlikely to resolve these dilemmas.
Seville Statement on Violence
The Seville Statement on Violence was adopted, in Seville, Spain, on 16 May 1986, by an international meeting of scientists convened by the Spanish National Commission for UNESCO. UNESCO adopted the statement, on 16 November 1989, at the twenty-fifth session of its General Conference. The statement purported to refute "the notion that organized human violence is biologically determined".
Some, including Steven Pinker, have criticized the Seville Statement as an example of the moralistic fallacy. Research in the areas of evolutionary psychology and neuropsychology suggest that human violence has biological roots.

See also

    Appeal to tradition
    Appeal to novelty
    Definist fallacy
    Fact-value distinction


By Rev. Ted Pike 

3 Jan 12

On Tuesday, December 6, 2011, my beautiful and saintly wife Alynn passed from this earth. She was beloved by countless viewers of our major videos and by her family.

It is with greatest reluctance that I reveal the bizarre circumstances of her death. I almost certainly will destroy my credibility with readers whose beliefs exclude the possibility of the supernatural. Yet I believe God wants Alynn’s story known. He especially wants the pro-Zionist church to know the powerful demonic forces with which they align themselves—powers of deception now increasingly unleashed on the world.  I have always taught and attempted to live according to the premise that the whole truth, no matter how incredible, will uphold those who speak it. I must honor my wife by speaking the whole truth about her courageous life and sudden recent death.
Conscious Economics
Economic democracy by mature and enlightened people

(Torrey Byles)

Local-Global Structures
Michael Sandel's Communitarianism
Economic Reform Proposals: A Response to Occupy Wall Street
Sources of Conscious Economics: Sociologists of Knowledge
Good News: Work Less and Help the Environment
The Liquidity Bubble -- aka Ponzi Scheme -- of the Past 50 Years
Money, Debt and the “Inconvenient Truth” of Economics
When 'Manifesting Abundance' Becomes Exploitation
Defining Conscious Economics
Basing Human Economy on Natural Rhythms
The Local Economy Model in a Nutshell
Soros' Soire Comes Away Empty Handed
The Flaw of Our Economics is Ontological
How Much GDP Derived from Artificial Scarcity?
How Can Economists be So Wrong?
State Banks: Good for Ordinary Citizens
It's the inequality stupid!
Why Multiple Currencies are Good Eco-Science
The Self Destruction of "Anti-Public-Sector" Conservativism
Is there "Wealth Discrimination" like there is Sex Discrimination?
We work better together than separately

Independent Mail – Anderson, South Carolina
Meet the New Communitarians
The United Way of Anderson County announced last week that Cordes and Clinky Seabrook will be honored in January as the Communitarians of the Year. We can think of no community leaders more worthy of this recognition, which will take place at a banquet on Jan. 19.
The Seabrooks are a joined-at-the-hip couple who have been stalwarts of every organization from the United Way to the Anderson Arts Center to Grace Episcopal Church to the Republican Party. (Cordes describes himself as one of a dying breed: the moderate Republican.) And unlike many retirees, they have never slowed down. In fact, it’s hard to think of them as retired at all! Why, more than 10 years ago they were the oldest delegates on Anderson County’s successful quest to become an All-America City, and they have done tremendous things since then.

Cordes was a leader in the establishment of the Foothills Community Foundation in 1999 and continues to serve on its board. He used his talent as a salesman to hawk dozens of copies of Rich Otter’s oral history, “Anderson County: 20th Century Memories and Reflections” — volumes one and two, mind you — to raise money for the Friends of the Anderson County Library. His brain always seems to be cooking with ideas to make this county a better place to live.
More recently, the Seabrooks conceived the idea of putting engraved “Wise Walks” in the sidewalks of downtown Anderson. Sponsors have included individuals and organizations, and the sayings quote everyone from Margaret Meade to Dr. Seuss. They have added significantly to the public art of our city and made even a simple walk to the courthouse edifying.
While Cordes somewhat gleefully portrays himself as irascible, he is, if indeed grumpy, the kindest and gentlest grumpy man we’ve ever known, and Clinky manages to put up with his quirks with grace and charm. She is the quintessential Southern lady. (Incidentally, she wasn’t christened with the name “Clinky,” it was derived from her maiden name, Clinkscales but somehow fits her ever-present pleasant demeanor.)
We hope many people will join the crowd honoring the Seabrooks at the banquet, which raises money for United Way causes as well as recognizing their contributions. Tickets can be purchased from the United Way by calling (864) 226-3438.
The Communitarian Banquet always involves some good-natured ribbing of the honorees as well as adulation. In fact, Cordes had a field day when his good friend Lila Albergotti was honored a few years ago. Other communitarians have included Fred Foster, Dr. Becky Campbell, Kirk Oglesby, J.T. Boseman, Harry and Julie Morse and Dr. Mack Burris. Cordes and Clinky Seabrook are worthy additions to the list of those previously receiving this honor.

Obama’s Community Volunteerism
(Video Tutorial)

Slavery by Consent
(Full Documentary)

Terrible Truth
Obama, RUI: Running Under The Influence Of “Uncle Fred”

By Martha Trowbridge

If you’ve been wondering why New Yorker Jo Ann Newman – the mother of “Barack Obama” – was cloaked in the synthetic identity of a girl from Kansas, then transplanted to America’s farthest western reaches, wonder no more.

Soon, you’ll know exactly why The Obama Campaign created “Stanley Ann Dunham”, and set her far, far away from the Bronx.

It wasn’t just to hide her sexual relationship with Malcolm X.

The Obama Campaign plunked Jo Ann Newman – disguised as “Stanley Ann Dunham” – in America’s Heartland to conceal her close biological relationship with Frederick “Delano” Newman, PhD – a.k.a. Fred Newman.

How does mind control work?
A technical overview of mind control tactics

Terminology note: Today Mind control or brainwashing in academia is commonly referred to as coercive persuasion, coercive psychological systems or coercive influence. The short description below comes from Dr. Margaret Singer professor emeritus at the University of California at Berkeley the acknowledged leading authority in the world on mind control and cults. This document, in substance, was presented to the U.S. Supreme Court as an educational Appendix on coercive psychological systems in the case Wollersheim v. Church of Scientology 89-1367 and 89-1361. The Wollersheim case was being considered related to issues involving abuse in this area.

Coercion is defined as, "to restrain or constrain by force..." Legally it often implies the use of PHYSICAL FORCE or physical or legal threat. This traditional concept of coercion is far better understood than the technological concepts of "coercive persuasion" which are effective restraining, impairing, or compelling through the gradual application of PSYCHOLOGICAL FORCES.

A coercive persuasion program is a behavioral change technology applied to cause the "learning" and "adoption" of a set of behaviors or an ideology under certain conditions. It is distinguished from other forms of benign social learning or peaceful persuasion by the conditions under which it is conducted and by the techniques of environmental and interpersonal manipulation employed to suppress particular behaviors and to train others. Over time, coercive persuasion, a psychological force akin in some ways to our legal concepts of undue influence, can be even MORE effective than pain, torture, drugs, and use of physical force and legal threats.

The Korean War "Manchurian Candidate" misconception of the need for suggestibility-increasing drugs, and physical pain and torture, to effect thought reform, is generally associated with the old concepts and models of brainwashing. Today, they are not necessary for a coercive persuasion program to be effective. With drugs, physical pain, torture, or even a physically coercive threat, you can often temporarily make someone do something against their will. You can even make them do something they hate or they really did not like or want to do at the time. They do it, but their attitude is not changed.

This is much different and far less devastating than that which you are able to achieve with the improvements of coercive persuasion. With coercive persuasion you can change people's attitudes without their knowledge and volition. You can create new "attitudes" where they will do things willingly which they formerly may have detested, things which previously only torture, physical pain, or drugs could have coerced them to do.

The advances in the extreme anxiety and emotional stress production technologies found in coercive persuasion supersede old style coercion that focuses on pain, torture, drugs, or threat in that these older systems do not change attitude so that subjects follow orders "willingly." Coercive persuasion changes both attitude AND behavior, not JUST behavior.
Heineken: The Red-Star Steward of Sustainability
The following is a guest post by our friends at Saybrook University’s Organizational Systems Program (a 3p sponsor) – designed for students who want to understand the nature of organizations, collaborative practices, and transformative change.

By Dennis Rebelo, Ph.D. student in organizational systems, Saybrook University

Heineken just seemed to be a beer company to me; one with a ripened value due to years of good reputation. I had never thought about the company’s ethics toward profitability or brand positioning until recently when I had dinner with Heineken USA’s VP of Corporate Responsibility and Ethics during a business trip to Washington, D.C.

During our conversation, I made some key discoveries.

I learned how Heineken uses market access to help others. The company, the Heineken executive said, has a responsibility to be “of service” and to teach “Heineken citizens” how to be part of a new way of thinking. For example in sections of Africa, the company works with a non-governmental organization to support the community’s diverse concerns. I am impressed with the scope of the company’s stewardship, ranging from creating innovate child survival approaches to sickle-cell anemia research.

This beer company is becoming an organization that creates sustainable, community-minded initiatives.

Most people think being sustainable means using less water or considering alternative shipment methods. Of course, these are solid examples of one part of sustainability. But there’s more to sustainable practice. Sustainability means being conscious of impact. The impact I am referring to is the all-important impact on communities where business takes place—their citizens. This stakeholder oriented sustainability has driven the creation of moments and initiatives once kept quite hush in this humble company. Consider Heineken’s human rights’ statement. Do you know of many companies who have one today?

To Holland-based Heineken, being a multi-cultural corporation that practices sustainability means maintaining brand unity yet being sensitive to many issues.

Some companies say they believe in sustainability, ethical behaviors, and human rights. Many times, the claim to be “socially conscious” stewards is only made for sake of making more money. To me, belief is confirmed by action, not just words. Riding a humanistic wave should not be artificial. Unlike other companies, Heineken seems to have positive intentions. In fact, the company’s overall communications about its ‘good work’ have been low-key. The company isn’t growing beyond its bonds “just because.” Instead, it’s “growing at giving.” Perhaps this unsuspecting beer company is proclaiming that a collaborative mindset is possible today.

In this spirit, I’d like to award a gold star to this red-star beer company—a company that was not an obvious choice for a sustainability award in my book earlier this week. Not all companies or people are perfect, but it is perfectly apropos to applaud Heineken for striving to reach people while not watering down its own brand or work.

Dennis Rebelo is a Ph.D. student in organizational systems at Saybrook University and is a regular contributor to Rethinking Complexity, a blog produced by students and faculty members of Saybrook’s organizational systems program. Read more of Dennis’s work at:

Understanding The Hegelian Dialectic And Its Genesis
 Building A New World Order

The Communitarian Third Way

A. Constitutional Republic - The United States of America - Government of the people - American's Individual Freedom (1775 - ): power inherent in the people; individual rights of the common born man: life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. (God given, unalienable, constitutional rights that are national law) 

B. Communist government - The former Soviet Union - government of the State - Marx's theory of world communism (1847 - ), power inherent in the state. "For The Common Good of the Party", sacrificing the individual for the good of the state. Frederick Engels revised Hegel's theory to suit his needs, and then passed them on to Karl Marx, who rewrote them and published The Communist Manifesto in 1848.

C. The coming New World Order / Global Governance / Communitarianism / Third Way, etc. - Government of the Community. The Communitarian Third Way (2002 - ) power inherent in the global community: enforced through mandated duties and responsibilities versus individual freedoms. The Third Way: Elitist social justice enacted by sacrificing individual rights. It will institute communitarian laws (by way of facilitators and agents of change), launching state and corporate interventions in private matters; easing the way for confiscation and redistribution of individual wealth in the United States of America. Its elements includes: faith-based initiatives, community governments, community policing, limiting individual's privacy, and the total elimination of individual's right to bear arms.

   The Third Way / NWO / Global Governance / Communitarianism, etc., irrespective of what it's being called, is being brought to fruition by means of George W.F. Hegel the nineteenth century German philosopher.

Hegel turned the concept of Socratic reasoning (the Socratic Method) upside down by equalizing Thesis and Antithesis. This made all intellectual positions relative by means of the Hegelian Dialectic and through the abolition of absolute truth. "Truth" was now found in Synthesis alone (in the compromise of Thesis and Antithesis). It was no longer a beginning point in the cognitive reasoning process, as it related to the actions contemplated by forces for social change, their motives, or factual claims.
It was Hegel's view that all things unfold in a continuing evolutionary process, whereby each idea or quality (the thesis) inevitably brings forth its opposite (the antithesis). From that interaction, a third state emerges in which the opposites are integrated, overcome, and fulfilled in a richer and higher synthesis. This synthesis then becomes the basis for another dialectical process of opposition and synthesis. Hegel believed that the creative stress of opposing positions was essential for developing higher states of consciousness.

In the moment of synthesis, Hegel held, opposites are both "preserved and transcended, negated and fulfilled." The new theory was dialectical, as well as materialist. It envisaged change, constant and inherent. And in that never-ending flux the ideas emanating from one period, would be found the embryonic ideas to help shape the next.

Thus, Hegel's premise was not a proposition whose benefits went unnoticed by the forces for global change; forces like those at the United Nations.     

Through the UN (and their desire for global unity) leaders there knew that sovereignty had to cease. They knew they had to convince people that borders prevented us from developing relationships based on consensus. They had to convince us of the commonality of our "human natures".

If a person lives in the middle of a country they are patriarchal for the most part. It's the people who live on the border; they develop relationships with people across the border. Yet they know that if their country goes to war with this other nation that they're on the periphery. They understand that it's they, and their friends, who are going to face the wrath of this foreign state. Therefore, these folks develop this "border-less language". Which is a "synthesis" language.

That's what globalization desires to do - produce a "synthesized border-less language" that can be used globally. As if you live on the border but there's no longer any sovereignty.

It's the relationship with those who are different than you that becomes important. Important enough that you will be willing to compromise your principles, your sovereignty, and the principles of your nation for the sake of continuing a relationship with people who are different than you.

Here again the Hegelian Dialectic enters the scene and proves most useful. Educating the children using transformational outcome-based education in the schools, while at the same time reeducating their parents in the workplace using Total Quality Management.

Total Quality Management teaches the worker how to not be concerned with sovereignty and borders, but rather relationships across those borders. That's why NAFTA and GATT and all these transnational agreements were developed. To destroy our sovereignty and to weaken our borders, thereby allowing relationships to develop across national divides. So that eventually, the methods used in solving work related problems would be the same in Canada, Mexico and throughout the world.

Typically, these type schemes, as well as other UN directives, come down to the individual communities through the local Chamber of Commerce or groups like them. The Chamber gets its direction from the International Chamber of Commerce, which has special recognition at the UN. Unfortunately, the Chamber presidents don't know this - most of them being good local folks who want to help their community.

Moreover, the dialectical school-to-work kinds of reforms that have come into being, have come through a lot of different industry, trade, and social alliances like the Chamber of Commerce and Better Business Bureau. At these organizations the businessmen meet without realizing they are fully involved in a "dialoging to consensus" process.

In point of fact, the schools may be the most important players in this globalist dialectic. Because in the schools, administrators are used as facilitators who indoctrinated both teachers and parents. The theory being once you have the schools, you can then move on to the community at large.

Certain private schools in America, like the Glasser Schools, even go so far as to talk about the stations of the mind, where the tenth station is like Zen. Except, in Zen you focus on one thing. Whereas, what Glasser Schools claim to do, is focus on nothing and simply listen to the motor run...

This is the kind of insanity that is developing the next generation of minds within our education system.

Richard Bandler in a book on furthering human education, Changing with Families, has a poem in the middle of it by a sorcerer. He says the sorcerer must "silence the voice," (those who don't agree with the agenda) and he, the sorcerer, must silence the dialogue.

   Now, the dialogue is when you show up at a meeting with your principles. And how does the facilitator get you to put your principles aside to work with the group? He has to silence the voice; "the dialogue" you're having with your conscience. Because, when you're sitting there thinking: "No, I don't agree... This is not what I believe to be right." You're dialoguing with yourself; with what you can or cannot do based upon the standards you walked in the room with. So the sorcerer, once he silences the dialogue you're having with your conscience, can then move you into the dialectic process.

School-to-work, then, can be thought of as the political end of this whole thing. It’s the schools that develop the dialectic mind in the transformational outcome-based education classroom; while in the work place the dialectic process is being propagated through ISOs (International Standards Organizations), or Total Quality Management.

Total Quality Management was the brainchild of Kurt Lewin who went to M.I.T. when Adolf Hitler came to power in Germany. He conducted research involving group dynamics that laid the foundation for Total Quality Management; which can be summarized as a method of belief and behavior modification using dialectic-reasoning skills in a group setting.

It utilizes the inherent fear an individual person has of being alienated from the group. By use of a change agent, or "facilitator," individuals are herded toward "consensus" by compromising their position for the sake of "social harmony."

According to Lewin, "A successful change includes three aspects: UNFREEZING the present level, MOVING to the new level, and FREEZING group life on the new level."

In group dynamics the pain is not physical, it's emotional, and is caused by long periods in isolation from the group.

1. A Diverse Group ("Diversity" needed for conflict)
2. Dialoging to Consensus (Dialectic process unshackled from the constraints of truth)
3. Over a Social Issue (Problem / Crisis)
4. In a Facilitated Meeting (Using a facilitator or change agent)
5. Herding Group Views Toward a Predetermined Consensus 
(Paradigm shift: problem, reaction, solution)

A prime example of Total Quality Management is "community policing".

Dr. Trojanowicz, formerly the director of the National Center for Community Policing at the University of Michigan, considered the father of Community Oriented Policing, ponders the dilemma of the current state of affairs in his paper Community Policing and the Challenge of Diversity.

He states: "The community of interest generated by crime, disorder and fear of crime becomes the goal to allow the community policing officer an entry into the geographic community."

Let me repeat that. Trojanowicz says: Social chaos is the GOAL and that the crisis of crime and disorder is the door for the police officer (as facilitator/change agent) to enter the community.

Formerly, the police administrators were accountable to the elected officials who were accountable to the voters (representative democracy).

This new paradigm describes exactly what Marxist, George Lukacs, termed "participatory democracy" and is nothing more than the Soviet style council.

The United States Constitution was the law of the land (absolute authority) restraining government intrusion into the rights of the individual. The framers designed it to insulate the private realm (the individual) from the public realm (the government).

By practicing the dialectic, we are removing the only barrier between a tyrannical government and the private citizen.

Again, according to George Lukacs, a Soviet is when the public and the private sector are in a facilitated meeting; versus in the private sector, where you tell your workers they had better do the job your way, or you won't get a paycheck.

When you go into a public sector you get into the partnership arrangement, which means you have just given up the private sector structure. In essence, what you've really done is you've gone into a politburo, the Soviet structure, which is dialoguing to consensus with a diverse group of people. Meaning, you find what a diverse group of people has in common, usually through dissatisfaction over social issues, and begin a facilitated dialogue towards a predetermined outcome. An outcome that's almost always concealed.

Consequently, when you have your laws being developed, promoted, implemented and enforced by The Environmental Protection Agency, The Departments of Health, Education and Welfare and The Department of Labor, which have instituted the same Soviet structure - a diverse group dialoguing to consensus - you've entered a "Politburo structure".

   In effect, the whole thinking (the whole mindset of communism) is based on the dialectic process; and that process has been introduced into America, to the extent that it is being used on every wavelength possible. As a result America's whole social being has been furtively Sovietized. We have basically become a communist republic and we haven't woken up to the fact that we are now a communist style state.

However, for the dialectic process to be completely successful the media had to be controlled first. Paul Lazarsfeld from Columbia University worked on radio communications. He worked to make sure that no radio or TV station would produce one ideal. While you could find a position that supported the patriarchal way of thinking, it was never broadcast alone but always surrounded by diversity. That was because the patriarchal position was Thesis, and diversity the Antithesis. This forced you to dialogue, to try to find consensus (Synthesis as truth) in that relationship.

From journalism you learn the dialectic process. The news does not come on without a diverse group of people (the journalists) getting together, dialoguing to consensus over social issues in a facilitated meeting. On Sunday's you can turn on the television and watch the process in action on programs like "The McLaughlin Group" or "Inside Washington." You see, what the social psychologists knew when they started was that they had to produce dialectic hegemony.

Now, we use to have patriarchal hegemony. In other words, if your child went and played with the neighbor's kids and they misbehaved, those parents would come out and
say "I know how your parents would want you to behave" and then they would do some disciplining; because there was this common patriarchal relationship within the community.

Today, however, we've gone to hegemony in a dialectic world. Which means your child, who you believe should behave a particular way, can misbehave with another child whose parents are in the dialectic process. This is because those parents believe that the misbehaved behavior is normal; owing to the fact that in a transformational way deviancy is the norm.

Americans, therefore, have been caught up in this process. Our churches have been watered down. Our kids are being programmed; and our government now looks at people who support the American flag, and those people who are patriots, as the criminal. They are extremists. They are over reacting. They are not tolerant for the sake of social harmony. They are deviant because they resist the group.

There's a difference between Dialectic Materialism and Historical Materialism, however, and both are at odds with one another.

The Tiennamen Square issue, which we thought was a struggle between democracy versus communism, was actually a struggle between Traditional Marxism versus Transformational Marxism. The ongoing fighting in the Soviet Union is not a struggle between democracy versus communism. It's a struggle to make the world safe for Transformational Marxism, (which is a "Diverse group of people dialoguing to consensus over social issues in a facilitated meeting"), versus Traditional Marxism. Which says, "you do it my way or bang you're dead."

The Transformational Marxist agenda is to take Marxism around the world, never allowing it to become rigid and tied to any one nation or organization. All nations are to be interconnected. And what interconnects us is what we find in common, the human agenda. The "human agenda" is the purpose for our interconnectedness.

When it came to transnational organizations, the Globalist said they could help with human relationships there too. We bought into it not knowing (without reading the small print) that it included communism in the bargain. As traditional Americans we really weren't prepared for this.

Today, organizations like the Army Corps of Engineers are directly involved in local environmental issues, as well as with water rights... and when you get into water rights you get into Maritime Law. The Globalist know that natural resources are the key, which is why they always put their emphasis on controlling natural resources and prevent people from consuming them.

Parenthetically, Americans should also be aware that the law is changing too. Which means you are now guilty until proven innocent. That's because of the way legal problems are identified and solved today. Legal matters are no longer viewed through the traditional prism of "unalienable rights" based on the Constitution. Rather, your God given constitutionally based (unalienable) rights, have morphed into government given (inalienable) civil rights.

You don't need a counselor, social psychologist, or a Marxist to help you to clarify what's really going on. "Change", including President Obama's "change you can believe in", means that constitutional rights, civil rights and human rights are all being changed (harmonized downward) as the times change.

Private property rights are in jeopardy too. Eventually there is going to be a global tax on the environment, which will deliberately destroy the basis for owning private property. You will not have rights to your property. You'll have a title, which is what you're paying for today. The agenda is to take the property away by consensus.

You see, they don't have to take your property away. They don't have to take your children away. They don't have to take your money away. They don't have to take your parks away either. All they have to do is get you into consensus... and now they possess your property, your children, your money and your parks.

Remember, when you have a government come in to protect your children, your property, your parks and your money... eventually that government will come in and protect your children, your land, your parks and your money... from YOU.

In Maryland the government passed two bills in 1997 called "Smart Growth" and "Rural Legacy". This plan is basically a United Nations biodiversity agenda where people will be told where they can live and where they can't live.

In getting people to accept this agenda many different ploys are being used. Racine, Wisconsin was recently named a "Sustainable City." As such, in order to get the people to participate, the powers that orchestrated this movement set up "visioning meetings"; in which they got a diverse group of people together from all walks of life: community leaders, school teachers, factory workers, businessmen, etc., to talk about what they didn't like and what they wanted to change.

This is the dialectic process, i.e. the Soviet process; which is to get folks to come to a point where they give up their individuality liberty and unalienable rights.

They, the globalist forces of the communitarian third way, look for hot button issues. The type of issues that offers a common level of dissatisfaction to everyone, say the environment. Once they find that common dissatisfaction they can then almost guarantee consensus.

That's the experience, then, of the Third Way. Wanting people to feel good about the dialectic process. They solve a crisis, very often contrived - a common dissatisfaction, but always with a predetermined outcome. Bearing in mind, that to those facilitating this process, all truth is relative. Which means that the truthfulness of the issue being presented, as well as the veracity underlying the presenter's rational, including their facts and figures, ARE ALL IRRELEVANT to them.  It's the ends, which justify the means.

Look at the oil crisis we had in the early 70s. Artificially produced, it was an illusion. We have followed that illusion and have had crisis after crisis (the antithesis - creating the problem); from the ozone and fluorocarbon illusion, to the carbon tax and the climate change illusion.

This is the Hegelian Dialectic in its essence: contrived problem - facilitated reaction - predetermined solution.

The Communitarian Third Way, then, is a process whose foundation was laid upon the work of a 19th century philosopher named George W.F. Hegel. Like a cancer upon the world, Hegel's philosophy was designed to metastasize globally via government, business, education and even our religions.

In the end, what we are dealing with is a dialectic. It is the very same structure that Satan used on Eve in the Garden; that presidents Bill Clinton, George Bush and Barack Obama used on America; and that Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is using in the United Nations.

It can be called "secularized Satanism" or "intellectualized witchcraft". Whatever you call it, though, you had better believe that it's REAL and working against the best interests of you and your nation...

~ Anonymous ~

Potbelly Globalists Want You Dead – The Kissinger Report
A Modern Famine is the British Policy
(Video Tutorial)
The unholy trinity of war, pestilence, and famine, are the tools by which the British Empire would destroy any opposition to their failed system. By adopting the system of British free trade, the so-called first world is now ripe to suffer the worst famine civilization has ever known. Should we defeat this empire-- and even were they to give up the ghost, today-- there will be decades of work to recover from the damage they have willfully, and with premeditation, caused worldwide.
False Dawn: The United Religions Initiative, Globalism, and the Quest for a One-World Religion

By Lee Penn

Wage Slave 2012
Breakdown...the 'played' is the thing....
with respect, let us begin.

The Guidebook for
Con Artists and Manipulators

Like any other skill or craft,
the art of deception has its own rules and techniques.  

Republic versus Democracy
 A Brief Overview of the American Form of Government
The Intrinsic Provisions of the Duel System of Law Effectuated by the Fourteenth Amendment

By L. B. Bork

Section 2 of the Fourteenth Amendment
And the Usage of ‘State’ Therein
By L. B. Bork
Republic vs. Democracy
Historical Pre- and Post-Civil War Books on CD
By Joseph Rorie
The Genie in Your Genes: Epigenetic
Medicine and the New Biology of Intention
By Dawson Church
Primal Body, Primal Mind: Beyond the Paleo Diet for Total Health and a Longer Life

By Nora Gedgaudas
Bertrand Russell Collection
The Two Faces of Money
By Geraldine Perry
Health Advantage
(Geraldine Perry)
"If you don't set aside time for health and nutrition now, you will be forced to spend a lot of time on disease later.” - Yours Truly

“The germ is nothing, the soil is everything.”
- Deathbed admission of Louis Pasteur to Antoine Bechamp/Claude Bernard

“Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.”
- Aldous Huxley
Cultured Food Life
(Donna Schwenk)
Struck Down by Forces Occultes
The Life, Times and ‘Crimes’ of Bernard Fay
By Dr. Harrell Rhome

Masonic Info
Bernard Fay

Philalethes Society

Established in 1928, the Philalethes Society is devoted to the promotion of the highest quality Masonic education and research. It was created on October 1, 1928, when a small group of Masonic writers gathered at the Masonic Library at Cedar Rapids, Iowa for a very serious purpose. They were some of the most renowned Freemasons of their day: Robert I. Clegg (editor of new editions of Mackey's classics), George H. Imbrie (editor of Kansas City's Masonic Light), Cyrus Field Willard (formerly of the Boston Globe), Alfred H. Moorhouse (editor of The New England Masonic Craftsman), Henry F. Evans (editor of Denver's Square and Compass, and William C. Rapp (editor of Chicago's Masonic Chronicler).
They gave birth to the Philalethes Society because they recognized that all Freemasons are charged to spread Masonic Light, but sometimes that Light can be hard to find. Reflecting upon this problem, founding president Cyrus Field Willard said:
    Those who have been members of the Fraternity for a number of years have known men who were little more than "good fellows," but because they were appointed to some minor position by a friend who was Master, they continued to go "up the line" until eventually they landed in the Master's chair. And after serving in the office for a year, they had signally failed "to set the Craft to work and give them instructions whereby they might pursue their labors." It was the realizing sense of this that prompted the formation of an association to bring together in one body the writers who felt that the great mass of Freemasons in the United States should have more information on the fundamentals of Freemasonry.
What Does Philalethes Mean?
The Greek word philalêthês (pronounced "fill-a-lay-thayss") was used by ancient writers such as Aristotle and Plutarch, and means "a lover of truth." The word came into Masonic circles through alchemical mystic Robert Samber (1682–1745), who used the pseudonym Eugenius Philalethes; Samber's use, in turn, was an homage to Thomas Vaughan, an earlier alchemist who had used the same name. Finally, a Rite of Philaléthes was founded in Paris in 1772, devoted to the study of esotericism. Founding President Cyrus Willard wrote in 1937 that the Philalethes Society took its name from the Parisian Philaléthes.
Early Structure
In the earliest days, the Society described itself as "An International Body of Masonic Writers." Official membership was limited to forty Fellows, who were drawn from writers and editors of the many Masonic newspapers and magazines that existed before the Second World War.
    Its Fellowship is limited to 40, like the French Academy, but the Correspondence Circle is unlimited in number. … Its purpose is to bring together the Masonic writers of the world who seek the Truth in Masonry.
This structure consciously imitated both the Académie Française (in the limitation of forty Fellows) and the world’s premier lodge of Masonic research, Quatuor Coronati № 2076 in London, England (in allowing non-members to participate through an unlimited "Correspondence Circle"). Members of the Correspondence Circle were also called "corresponding members."
Today, members of the Correspondence Circle are merely referred to as "Members." The number of members who are designed Fellows is still restricted to forty.
Notable Members
The Philalethes Society has attracted some of the greatest minds in Freemasonry. Among the original forty Fellows were Cyrus Field Willard, Harold V. B. Voorhis, Rudyard Kipling, Oswald Wirth, Robert I. Clegg, Louis Black, J.  Hugo Tatsch, Charles S. Plumb, Harry L. Haywood, J. S. M. Ward, and Charles C. Hunt.
Fellows elected since that time have included Masonic notables such as Carl H. Claudy (1936), Arthur Edward Waite (1937), Ray Denslow (1945), Allen E. Roberts (1963), S. Brent Morris (1980), John Mauk Hilliard (1981), Wallace McLeod (1986), Thomas W. Jackson (1991), Norman Vincent Peale (1991), Robert G. Davis (1993) and Leon Zeldis (1994).
Origins of the Journal
In the Society's early days, all of its publications appeared in other, established Masonic periodicals—many of which were edited by Fellows of the Society. There was no separate Philalethes journal. Many of the Society's earliest publications were issued under the slogan, "With Rough Ashlar and Tracing Board," and under the motto, "There is No Religion Higher than Truth." Both of these maxims reflect the viewpoint that Freemasonry is a serious and deeply personal quest for Truth and Light.
Unfortunately, the Great Depression took a toll on many of the Masonic periodicals, and after that the hardships of World War Two caused nearly all of them to fold. It was only after the war ended that the Philalethes Society was able to release the first issue of Philalethes. The first issue, dated March, 1946, was edited by Walter A. Quincke fps.
Philalethes: The Review of Masonic Research and Letters has long served as the de facto magazine for North American Freemasonry.
The Tradition Continues
It was the intention of the founders that the Philalethes Society would effectively serve the needs of those in search of deeper insight into the history, rituals and symbolism of Freemasonry.
Today, our mission is much the same as when we began nearly a century ago. A new generation of Freemasons is in search of Masonic Light. Not satisfied with simplistic answers, they ask for new ideas, more information, deeper engagement, expanded fraternal contact, and a more profound exploration of the meaning of the Craft. The members of the Philalethes Society are united in that quest for knowledge.
A book-length history of the Society, Seekers of Truth, was published in 1988 by Allen E. Roberts FPS. Those seeking a more extensive history of the Society should obtain a copy.

Living Past Presidents of the Philalethes Society
John Mauk Hilliard fps
Wallace McLeod fps
Robert G. Davis fps
Nelson King fps
Joel Springer III fps
Samuel Walker fps
Robert Tomlinson, Jr. fps

Institute for Jewish-Christian Origins
California State University at Long Beach
Paul as Herodian
By Robert Eisenman

Rene Guenon – Democracy Has No Dignity
(Video Short)

American Presidential Bloodlines
The Current State of Free Energy Technology
The World Of Free Energy

By Peter Lindemann, D.Sc.

Awakening the World and Creating a Better Future

In the Know


Henry Makow
Endgame: Return to the Gold Standard?
Central bankers may be planning to reintroduce the gold standard in lieu of a single world currency.
By Anthony Migchels
On Interest
Response to Anthony Migchels Regarding Gold at Henry Makow's Website
What Gary North is not telling you about Interest

Babylon's Banksters
The Alchemy of Deep Physics, High Finance and Ancient Religion
By Joseph P. Farrell

Three Important Assassinations?
Joseph Stalin, Leonid Brezhnev, Gus Weiss
By DC Dave Martin
Jenifer Dixon
Holy Land Unveiled
Oxford University Press, USA
The Right of Conquest

The Acquisition of Territory by Force in International Law and Practice
By Sharon Korman
Editorial Reviews

"A work of sweeping scope ... balanced and judicious. The thinking is lucid yet refined Korman's work is the most up-to-date study of seizure of territories, and the only one that charts the progress of both the ideology and the application of the right of conquest and the political events and legal principles that gradually undermined and finally dismantled it." - Stanford Journal of International Law

"[T]he book...won the affection of this reviewer for the elegance of its style and the lightness with which Dr. Korman wears her learning...There can be few more important issues than that addressed by Dr. Korman in this elegant and erudite book; and it is hard to imagine a better written analysis of it." - Vaughan Lowe - War in History

"[A]n excellent doctrinal history... Korman’s intense passion for her subject is clear." - David Kennedy - American Journal of International Law

"[A] brilliant study." - French Yearbook of International Law

"...immensely stimulating." - British Year Book of International Law

"Written in a lucid style that sets it apart from many works on international law, the work combines meticulous scholarship in international law with forward-looking International Relations thinking." - NOD & Conversion

"An impressive and deeply analytical book." - International and Comparative Law Quarterly   

From the Inside Flap
Sharon Korman is a former Senior Associate Member of St Antony's College, Oxford. For the doctoral dissertation on which this book is based she won the 1992 British International Studies Association Prize for the best thesis on International Relations in the United Kingdom.

“Beautifully written. This book is replete with cogent if unexpected arguments and fascinating historical tidbits. I've read so much drivel on both sides of the argument re the legality of Israel's annexation of East Jerusalem & the Golan Heights in 1967 & 1981 but the legal analysis here is unusually balanced, illuminating and authoritative. Korman's book has been quoted in the International Court of Justice, in submissions supporting the UN General Assembly's request for an Advisory Opinion on the legality of Israel's construction of the Separation Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory.” –Will James (New York NY USA) (Oregon USA)

“$120 for the Kindle edition??”
“I can understand how an out-of-print book might sell for $150--supply and demand, right? But $120 for the Kindle edition? Is Amazon crazy? That's almost the cost of the Kindle itself. If I had $120 to spend on a book, then I'd buy the print version. I thought the digital technology was supposed to make books more accessible. Very disappointed in this.” –Minieroo (Georgia)

Government to government plan to seize control of all foods
Latest addition to
Campaign for Philosophical Freedom

Where we are at the moment regarding the definitive proof of survival
after death [Posted: December 28, 2011]

“The principle of science, the definition, almost, is the following:
The test of all knowledge is experiment. Experiment is the sole judge of
scientific 'truth'.”
Professor Richard Feynman -
The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Vol.I (1963/1989; p.1-1);
“Six Easy Pieces: Essentials of Physics Explained by Its Most Brilliant Teacher”

The only way to prove that we all survive the death of our physical bodies
is by repeatable experiments under laboratory conditions with the results
published in a leading scientific publication. The experiments must
consist of recently deceased internationally famous people being
physically reunited with their friends and relatives who are still on
Earth. All five senses must be working and the deceased people must be
walking around the room speaking with the same voices they had while on

We almost got there in 1874 when Sir William Crookes published the results
of his experiments with the materialisation medium Florence Cook in The
Quarterly Journal of Science. However, the person who materialised every
time an experiment was carried out had died so long ago that Sir William
was unable to reunite this person with any living friends and relatives.
This experiment has now been carried out, but only by a journalist, Alan
Cleaver. Please refer to The Cleaver Report on this website.

Everything now rests on a contemporary materialisation medium coming
forward and putting his or her trust in the hands of a qualified
scientific team made up of people who follow and indeed agree with the
findings of Sir William Crookes and Sir Oliver Lodge - that we all survive
the death of our physical bodies, that we are dealing with natural and
normal forces in the universe. Please refer to Sir Oliver Lodge’s article
on this website, ’The Mode of Future Existence’. The safety of the medium
must be number one priority at all costs. Scientists who start from the
false base that death is the end of everything have far too much to lose
from such revolutionary experiments.

Related material on this site:

The Chemist Sir William Crookes Proved Survival With Repeatable
Experiments Under Laboratory Conditions - by Michael Roll

Alan Cleaver's report: In 1982, Alan Cleaver carried out a revolutionary
scientific exercise that completely vindicated the pioneering experiments
of Sir William Crookes and the Nobel Laureate Professor Charles Richet
when they proved survival after death through repeatable experiments under
laboratory conditions.  

The Mode of Future Existence - 1933 Lecture by Sir Oliver Lodge FRS
This article is censored from all large-circulation papers and magazines
throughout the world because it links the subject of survival after death
with the scientific discipline of subatomic physics - the study of the
invisible part of the universe.


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