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Monday, 01 August 2011 12:30

The Hegelian Statist Virus in the Republican Party

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Sam BlumenfeldIt was the indefatigable investigative historian, Antony Sutton, who finally exposed the Hegelian statist virus that has plagued American politics since the early 20th century. His amazing investigation into Yale’s Skull and Bones secret society, also known as The Order, has now made it possible to understand why the Republican Party has not fulfilled its expected role as a conservative defender of the principles embodied in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Instead of being a bulwark against leftist socialism, it has been a dialectical accomplice in moving America toward the New World Order. And that is why America is now becoming a socialist state.

Unlike John Birch Society founder Robert Welch, who had long believed in the existence of a communist-insider conspiracy in the United States, Sutton did not believe in such a grand political conspiracy until a great American patriot sent him a bundle of materials that had belonged to her father who had been a member of this secret society at Yale, which is actually an offshoot of the German Illuminati. The papers not only opened Sutton’s eyes, but helped him understand why America had helped establish the communist regime in Russia while at the same time pretending to be anti-communist.

You can actually listen to Charlotte Iserbyt explain why and how she sent these papers to Antony Sutton on the Alex Jones talk show on YouTube. In fact, there is plenty about The Order on YouTube, including a segment from 60 Minutes. But they do not say much about how the Hegelian dialectic has been used in advancing congressional legislation and making administration policy. As Sutton writes: “In this [dialectical] process change requires conflict, and conflict requires the clash of opposites. You can’t just have a ‘right,’ you must have a ‘right’ and a ‘left.’”

At heart, all leftists, including Republican statists, believe, like the Fabians in England, that socialism is inevitable — that it is the result of a natural economic evolution toward the total socialist state — and that the best way to control its development in a positive way is to master Hegel’s dialectical formula so that we get the kind of socialism we want. What kind is that? Nobody knows, including the socialists. All we do know is that it means the end of individual freedom as we have known it in America.

Republican statists call it the New World Order leading toward a world government with the United Nations as the World Parliament. But since American dialecticians know that it cannot be achieved all at once, they are trying to engineer incremental steps toward world government by first creating regional entities such as the European Union and an economic union in North America including Mexico, the United States, and Canada as one political unit.

In an article in Human Events, May 19, 2006, Jerome Corsi wrote:

President Bush intends to abrogate U.S. sovereignty to the North American Union, a new
economic and political entity which the President is quietly forming, much as the European
Union has formed.

The blueprint President Bush is following was laid out in a 2005 report entitled "Building a North American Community" published by the left-of-center Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). The CFR report connects the dots between the Bush administration's actual policy on illegal immigration and the drive to create the North American Union:

At their meeting in Waco, Texas, at the end of March 2005, U.S. President George W. Bush, Mexican President Vicente Fox, and Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin committed their governments to a path of cooperation and joint action. We welcome this important development and offer this report to add urgency and specific recommendations to strengthen their efforts.

Why would a conservative Republican President advance a program that would destroy our constitutional republic, end U.S. sovereignty, and submerge us in a North American Union? The truth is that George W. Bush is not a conservative Republican. He’s a dialectical Republican, obeying the vows he took when he was initiated into The Order.

In fact, if you examine the entire Bush administration from beginning to end you can see that it follows the dialectical pattern on such issues as immigration; war; regional union; increasing the federal debt through greatly increased federal spending; enhancement of liberal programs such as the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 — No Child Left Behind — with the help of Ted Kennedy; and, of course, the controversial financial bailout.

Once you understand George W. Bush’s commitment to the dialectical process, then everything in his administration makes sense. Also, you begin to understand why Bush’s Bonesman father George H. W. Bush referred to a New World Order in an address he gave to Congress on September 11, 1990 as we were embarking on Desert Storm, our war to get Saddam Hussein out of Kuwait. In his last paragraph he said:

Once again, Americans have stepped forward to share a tearful goodbye with their families before leaving for a strange and distant shore. At this very moment, they serve together with Arabs, Europeans, Asians, and Africans in defense of principle and the dream of a new world order. That's why they sweat and toil in the sand and the heat and the sun. If they can come together under such adversity, if old adversaries like the Soviet Union and the United States can work in common cause, then surely we who are so fortunate to be in this great Chamber — Democrats, Republicans, liberals, conservatives — can come together to fulfill our responsibilities here.

The dream of a new world order! What kind of a dream is it, and why would an American President have it? Or would it be a nightmare for patriotic Americans? Robert Welch believed that there was a Communist conspiracy to destroy the American republic which reached into the highest levels of our political establishment. And that is why The John Birch Society was so viciously attacked by the establishment. And that is why “conservative” Bonesman William F. Buckley, Jr. tried so hard to discredit Welch and destroy The John Birch Society.

In case you are unfamiliar with Hegel’s dialectical process of how history advances toward a final total state, read here my previous article, “When Can We Start Cutting the Size of Government?” in which I explain how the dialectic works. But also get Antony Sutton’s books, particularly America’s Secret Establishment, which are available through Abebooks.

Is Barack Obama also a dialectician? As a Marxist, he is. Remember, Marx called the process leading to communism Dialectical Materialism. Therefore, every Marxist is well acquainted with how the dialectic works to advance society toward communism. Of course, in Russia and China, communism was imposed by brute force. But they got help from American dialecticians.

On the matter of the North American Union, it had been assumed by the dialecticians and their accomplices that the American people could be led to accept such a Union through propaganda from a controlled media, dumbed-down multicultural education, and other cultural forces. But the problem is that Americans still have too much freedom and too many of them are still wedded to the principles of the Founding Fathers, who were anything but dialecticians.

Meanwhile, the NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) superhighway from Mexico to Canada is planned to be built through Texas. The concept of a new North American currency, the amero, had been advanced by a Canadian economist, and an immigration amnesty program is also being discussed in certain establishment circles. All of these programs were and still are parts of the grand program for advancing the North American Union. But it was hoped by the dialecticians that Americans would not be able to connect the dots.

And so Robert Welch was right. There is a grand conspiracy in the highest reaches of the American establishment to destroy the American constitutional republic. On the left it is composed of overt Marxist, communist dialectical materialists, and on the right it is composed of several hundred active Hegelian dialecticians from The Order at Yale who promote each other into such high places as the presidency. And the latter have many accomplices drawn to power for their own material benefit.

The solution? Only dedicated constitutionalists including Tea Partiers can rid the Republican Party of its Hegelian virus. They can do this by backing genuine conservative candidates in primaries against RINO Republicans. The election in 2012 will be important not only in how it defeats Obama but also in what kind of Republicans take power. A new Republican President must be committed to the restoration of our constitutional republic and the dismantling of the bureaucratic superstructure in Washington, created by the liberals and dialecticians to advance us toward the total state. If carried out by a new constitutionalist government, it will be seen as the new American Revolution for freedom.

As for Skull and Bones, it has been so totally exposed and is now all over YouTube and the Internet, that it has had to change its tarnished public image. It now admits women, Jews, and blacks. William F. Buckley, Jr., sued The Order to prevent it from admitting women. But he lost and is now gone. What the new Bonesmen and Boneswomen do when they leave Yale will be closely watched by American patriots.
 

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