Thursday, January 11, 2007

The Three E's..

I found this via Endichine. At first, I thought it must be a parody, it is so utterly batsh*t crazy, but apparently it is for real, god help us. Your modern American convservatism ladies and gentleman, read it and weep:
The one-world government scenario is dialectically based upon economics, environment, and equity – known as the Three E’s. These Three E’s involve global control of the common man’s labor and money, “sustainable” nature, and forcing all commoners into financial sameness. These same intentions are also documented in the U.N. Agenda 21 game plan for our “sustainable” environmental future.
The feminist movement was crafted by the one-world political initiative and invented to create and sustain global depopulation goals. That is and remains the primary mission of the feminist movement.

So that is what my wife and her friends from college are talking about on the phone. I wonder who her control agent is....
The “governors” are the world’s wealthiest industrialists and bankers. Their one-world government hands all power and control of people, land, water, food, human health, children and education, employment, militaries, and economic potential directly to themselves and their personal fortunes. Over and over and over again, when you tie corporate wealth and power to governing agencies, you have Fascism. However, the long-term goal of a one-world government has always been to bring Communism to fruition on a global scale. So, today, we see a hybrid Fascist-Communist system by Three E design, and it is bitterly obvious in every nation on the planet. Almost all global economies are crashing by design, and particularly America’s economy. Note that America’s elite pulled their investments out of the U.S. years ago.

I'm still laughing about the "hybrid Facist-Communist system" she cooked up. She does realize they are diamtrically opposed systems? All global economies are crashing by design? Umm. the "governors" in your system wouldn't be jews by chance, would they Nancy? Because this whole theory sounds like you cribbed parts of it directly out of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. There is one theme in this wonderfully mad diatribe I wanted to highlight. And that is the theme of depopulation, to wit:
The feminist piece of the global puzzle deals specifically with depopulation through women’s “healthcare,” big pharma, and the “mental health” industrial complex. Women’s rights are now defined by the right to abort, the right to be drafted, and the right to take drugs that will render women and children incapable of bearing children. And just as many women worldwide earned the right to own property, that right has now fallen to other plans, which state that no “individual” may own private property.
Also, one must note that the industrial and banking powers that be are mostly men – the men whose dynastic families created their one-world government of choice. And these same men also created the feminist movement in order to curb the tendencies of commoners to breed and out-number them billions to one. The feminist movement is based upon political lies and the control of reproduction. “Sustainable” nature is also based upon enforcing a remarkable decline in birth rates. I assure you this enforcement will not fall upon the world’s elite.

A vastly underreported aspect of American christian facism is their obsession with birth control. Media stories about this movement focus on their opposition to abortion, but look beyond that and you will see the higher goal of reversing Griswold vs. Connecticut, the landmark Supreme Court case that legalized the pill. This rant may seem high comedy to us, but I absolutely guarantee you that a scary majority of your evangelical friends buy into the assumptions this article is based on. One of which is that birth control is the source of a large amount of our societal problems, and led directly to erosion of the family as they see it. I wonder if Nancy is conscious of how her issues with mental health treatments closely follow those of Scientologists?

The Chris Hedges story that S9 pointed to down below got me thinking about these people again. It is sometimes hard to remember who are our political opponents and who are our enemies bent on our destruction. Republicans and conservatives, (and others) are our opponents, Christian facists are our enemies, right up there with Osama Bin Asshole and the rest of his crew. Articles like this are indicative, truly, of the mainstream thinking and assumptions in the christian facist movement. We cannot forget what these people truly believe.

The LA Times book reviewer who reviewed Chris Hedges book took issue with the alarmist (in his view) nature of the book on the threat posed by Christian Facism.
There are problems with this analogy. First, democracy in America is much stronger than it was in Weimar Germany in 1933. Nor is the Christian right as widespread or powerful as Hedges suggests. Among conservative Christians who are working class or lower class, "a dramatic majority" voted for Bill Clinton for president — that's the finding of sociologists Andrew Greeley and Michael Hout in their recent book "The Truth About Conservative Christians." A 2004 survey for "Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly" on PBS found that a majority of evangelicals have an unfavorable view of Falwell and that a significant minority of them are more concerned about jobs and the economy than about abortion and gay marriage.

Someone is watching the Coral Ridge Hour and buying Left Behind. And the election o 1992 was twelve years ago, a lifetime in politcs. Not to mention the strength of christian facism isn't the working poor, but the middle class and wealth patrons who fill the mega-churches. The reviewer might want to brush up on the how revolutions actually come about. Hint: The middle class is the key.

While I don't buy into Hedges alleged recommendations at criminalizing speech, which is a cure worse than the disease, I do not think you can just pass this off as another outbreak of superstitious religious nuts, destined to fade away on their own. We need to watch them closely.

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