Hegelian Dialectic – George W F Hegel's " 3rd Way "
George W F Hegel was a 19th century philosopher from Germany. Our cognitive reasoning process has been trurned up down by Hegel's theories. The application of Hegel's theories have been turning our whole world upside down.
Fri Oct 29, 2010
Subject: Secular Satanism
AND ITS GENESIS: A NEW WORLD ORDER
THE COMMUNITARIAN THIRD WAY
A. A Constitutional Republic – The United States of America – Government of the People – American's Individual Freedom (1775 – ) power inherent in the people. United States of America: Individual Rights of the Common Born Man. (national law) – Locke, Paine, List and Bastiat
B. A communist government – The former Soviet Union – Government of the State – Marx's Theory of World Communism (1847- ) power inherent in the state. Communism: "The Common Good of the Party", sacrificing individuals. Frederick Engels revised Hegel's theory to suit his needs, and then passed them on to Karl Marx, who rewrote them with "proper revolutionary flair". The Communist Manifesto was published in 1848.
C. The coming New World Order / Global Governance / The Third Way / Communitarianism / Corporatism – Government of the Community – The Communitarian Third Way (2002 – ) power inherent in the global community. The Third Way: elitist social justice enacted by sacrificing individual rights. Includes: faith-based initiatives, community governments, community policing, limiting individual's privacy, and the total elimination of individual's right to bear arms. It will institute communitarian laws (by way of facilitators and agents of change), launching state interventions in private matters; easing the way for confiscation and redistribution of individual wealth in the United States of America.
The Third Way / NWO / Global Governance / Communitarianism / Corporatism 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; making all intellectual positions relative by means of the Hegelian Dialectic and through the abolition of absolute truth. Instead, “truth” is now found in Synthesis – a compromise of Thesis and Antithesis, and is no longer the starting point in the cognitive reasoning process.
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, the opposites are both preserved and transcended, negated and fulfilled." The new theory was dialectical as well as materialist: it envisaged change, constant and inherent change; and in that never-ending flux the ideas emanating from one period – would help to shape another.
In the book, Spiritual Politics by Corinne McLaughlin and Gordon Davidson, (Ballantine Books, New York, 1994) The authors write that spiritual politics is tied to "the Ageless Wisdom which is the "golden thread" that connects the esoteric or hidden teachings that underlie the ancient Chaldean, Egyptian, Hebrew, Hindu, Greek, Chinese, Buddhist, Christian and Islamic traditions. These truths were handed down through certain disciple or religious groups such as the Kabbalists, Druids, Essenes, Sufis, Knights Templar, Rosicrucians and Freemasons." (p.15) Globalization, the NWO and The Third Way, etc., therefore, all have a spiritual, political and philosophical element to them, a spiritual element that is satanic.
A lot of religious organizations don't understand the process they’re involved in because they're into "feelings" and "I think" instead of "I know." Yes, they use Scripture, but they're also using the dialectic process.
Of course, this dialectic process has a history. George Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel is noted in the 1820s for what is now known as the "Hegelian Dialectic." Hegel picked it up from (name of expert) who picked it up from the Jesuit school he was involved in.
It goes back to Gnosticism and Gnosticism comes from Cabalism. Cabalism goes all the way back to Babylonia, and eventually back to the Garden where Eve participated in the process.
In the Garden of Eden, Satan used a neurolinguistic phrase on Eve, "Yea, has God not said" – experts don't know whether the sentence ended with a period or question mark.
That kind of a phrase always produces or exposes dissatisfaction. Dissatisfaction is always present when you have a "cannot." When somebody tells you cannot do something, it might not bother you at the time, but later on when you run up to that cannot and you want to do it, you are dissatisfied.
Therein lies the genesis of free will. God had to enact His prohibitions in order for Adam and Eve, and all of us, to have free will.
So… Eve's given this neurolinguistic phrase and responds with her dissatisfaction. She could not touch the tree. Sure, she responded with facts, but she added feelings of dissatisfaction.
Then Satan says, as a master facilitator, "You can put aside God's 'cannot.' You won't be held accountable. You won't die." That's a lie and she believed it.
Then Eve looked at the tree. It was good for food, (That's the thesis). It's fruit is pleasing to the eyes, that's relationship, (the antithesis). And it will make one wise, (that's synthesis). That's your ability of justifying why you should be able to do what you feel like doing, instead of doing what somebody else has told you to do.
So Eve went through the dialectic process right there at the tree. If you want to know how new the New Age is, that's how new the New Age is. That's New Age. It's been put in intellectual form – Bloom's Taxonomies (Benjamin S. Bloom, David R. Krathwohl, & Bertram B. Masia, Taxonomy of Educational Objectives: The Classification of Educational goals. Cognitive Domain. New York: Longman, 1956) These are structured on the dialectic for global consumption.
Physically we are outside the Garden, but today we're still recycling this very same process by way of "our fallen human nature".
What social psychologists have found out, therefore, is that "our fallen human nature" is common to all mankind around the world. Consequently, if you want to have consensus on a worldwide basis (a one world unity), then you build on what we all have in common: "our fallen human nature". This is what the dialectic is and therefore the UN.
Through UNESCO – and their desire for global unity – UN leaders knew that sovereignty had to cease, and that they had to convince people that borders prevented us from developing relationships based on the commonality of our "human natures". Only this time on a global scale. This is called, "border language."
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 country, they're on the border and their friends are going to face the wrath of this foreign nation. So, they develop this "border language" which is a "synthesis" language.
That's what globalization desires to do – produce a global "synthesis border language". As if you live on the border and there's no longer any sovereignty.
It's the relationship with those who are different than you that becomes so important… Important enough that you will be willing to compromise your sovereignty, your principles and the principles of your nation for the sake of continuing a relationship with those people who are different than you.
Here again, the Hegelian Dialectic enters the scene. 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 things were developed for our nation. To destroy our sovereignty and to weaken our borders so that relationship could be developed across these national divides. So that eventually the method of solving work problems would be the same in Canada and in Mexico.
The UN is involved in this too… locally the directives come down to the community through the local Chamber of Commerce. 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 are good local folks who want to help their community. The dialectical school-to-work and educational reform have come in through the Chamber of Commerce, the Better Business Bureau, and a lot of other organizations. At these organizations the businessmen meet without realizing they are fully involved in the dialoging to consensus process.
However, the schools may be the most important players in this Globalist Dialectic. Administrators are used as facilitators who indoctrinated both teachers and parents. The theory being once you had the schools, you could then move on to the community.
William Glasser, in Glasser schools all over America, talks about it in his stations of the mind, he said the tenth station is like Zen. Except, in Zen you focus on one thing. What we're going to do is focus on nothing and simply listen to the motor run. This is the kind of insanity that is developing the next mind within our education system.
The Hindu structure – if you go into Total Quality Management and you look at the training manuals – the guru language, the occult language is all within the inner circle of the team building process. So, the language is out there. That's why the occult is coming in behind it. It's the occult structure.
Richard Bandler in his book 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] must silence the dialogue. Now, the dialogue is when you show up in a meeting with your principles. How does the facilitator get you to put your principles aside to work with the group? He has to silence the voice, the dialogue.
Because 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 have with your conscience, can then move you into the dialectic process. (Remember Eve)
School-to-work, then, is the political end of this whole thing. Its 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 Total Quality Management, or ISO's. (International Standards Organization)
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 (remember, all truth is relative), 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)
3. Over a Social Issue (Problem/Crisis/Issues)
4. In a Facilitated Meeting (Controlled environment using facilitator/change agent)
5. To a Predetermined Outcome (Paradigm shift)
TQM is an organizational transformation strategy that uses:
1. Group Dynamics
2. Facilitator / Agents (“Strategic Planning” occurs in councils)
3. “Problem Solving”
4. Systems Management (ISO 900
Decoding the term “Total Quality Management” is impossible without an understanding of the Marxist foundation upon which it was built. I use the word “decoding” because so many of the dialectic concepts are masked by nice sounding Orwellian double-speak.
QUALITY = People. (Shorthand for TQM systems: “We have a Quality Organization.”)
MANAGEMENT = the facilitators, the agents of change, the ombudsman.
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 enter 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 (government).
Allow me to quote George Lukacs again: “The institutions in socialist society, which act as the facilitators between the public and private realms, are the 'Soviets'.”
By practicing the dialectic, we are removing the only barrier between a tyrannical government and the private citizen.
Your neighborhood cop is now that facilitator, the Soviet. So why a police officer?
Lukacs continues: “In the role of the community ombudsman/liaison (i.e. facilitator), the community policing officer also acts as the community’s link to other agencies. The police are the only governmental agency open 24 hours a day, which makes them the ideal public agent to begin regenerating community spirit.”
1. A Diverse Group
2. Dialoging to Consensus
3. Over a Social Issue
4. In a Facilitated Meeting
5. To a Predetermined Outcome
In the United States the school-to-work program was worked out by Ralph Tyler, a favorite of the socialists. He laid out the "Soviet Structure."
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 they 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. What you have really done is you have gone into a Politburo – the Soviet Structure – which is dialoguing to consensus with a diverse group of people. That means you find what the group has in common through dissatisfaction (our fallen human nature) over social issues.
The following are built on the Soviet Structure: outcome- based education in the classroom, Total Quality Management in the workplace, Total Quality Leadership in the military, the DARE program for the police, HMOs for the medical profession, holistic nursing, psychodynamic nursing, ministries and ministers alliance.
Now, 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 – that is a "Politburo Structure".
In effect, the whole thinking (the whole mind set) of communism is based on the dialectic process; and that process is what has been introduced into America, to the extent that it is being used on every wave length possible. America's whole social-being has been 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 which 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) in that the relationship. This is the Hegelian Dialectic.
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 Saturday's you can turn on T.V. and watch "The McLaughlin Group" or "Inside Washington." What the social psychologists knew when they started, was, they had to produce hegemony.
Now, we use to have patriarchal hegemony. In other words, if your child went and played with the neighbors 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; because those parents believe that the misbehaved behavior is normal, because 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.
Now, there's a difference between Dialectic Materialism and Historical Materialism. If you talk to Marxists, they will tell you, "We don't study history, we make history." Well, the dialectic is historical. They want it to continue flowing, because it is always making history.
Historical materialists and the dialectic materialists, however, 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 – tied to any one nation or any one organization. All nations are to be interconnected. And what interconnects us is what we find in common. 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 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 have to be redefined 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 – that's what you're paying for today. The agenda is: take the property away by consensus.
You see, they don't have to take your children away. They don't have to take your money away. All they have to do is get you into consensus… and now they have your children, your money, your property, and your parks.
But remember, when you have government come in to protect your children, to protect your property, to protect your parks, to protect your money, eventually it will come in and protect your children, your parks, your land 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, factor workers, businessmen to talk about what they didn't like and what they want to change.
This is the Dialectic Process, i.e. the Soviet Process; which is to get folks to come to a point where they've given up their individuality and their rights.
They, the Globalist forces of The Communitarian Third Way, look for a hot button issue, the type of issue 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 solved a crisis, very often contrived… a common dissatisfaction… and 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, their facts and their data – doesn't matter.
Look at the oil crisis we had in the early 70s. Artificially produced. It was an illusion. We have followed that illusion and we 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.
The same is true with the United States military.
A questionnaire from the military, which Marines and F16 pilots were asked to fill out recently, asks in question 45: If the U.S. government were to pass a law whereby all citizens had to hand in their guns, and only keep sporting guns; would you be willing as a soldier, to go in and shoot an American if they refuse to turn in their guns?"
The first ten or twelve questions all dealt with U.S. extra-curricular activity: troops being used for drug prevention, disaster relief, those kinds of things.
Then, suddenly, the questions switch over to the UN and American troops potentially being used to do the same type assignments with them.
Finally question 39 asks: "Would you agree, disagree, mostly disagree, or have no opinion, that the President of the United States as Commander in Chief has the right to turn his authority over to the Secretary General of the UN?"
Unbelievability, this question is being asked of our military today, with our Commander in Chief sitting in the White House. A treasonous statement.
By the time you get to question 44, it's all UN.
Question 44 is: "Would you be willing to swear your allegiance to the United Nations?" After that has been determined, the next question is, "Would you be willing to go into an American home knowing that you might kill an American?"
The important thing with all of this, however, is that this is the dialectic process. It delivers a person from accountability, or higher authority. It delivers you, as an American citizen, from sovereignty, from nationalism and from patriotism.
Again, all this is coming from the UN…
In retrospect, as an organization, the UN has been responsible for more deaths around the world than almost any other individual entity in history. Even though they say they're out for world health, this is not entirely self-evident. Look at the H1N1 flu vaccine debacle or UNFPA’s sterilization and reproductive health services (abortion) programs. The United Nations is also responsible, in large part, for the destruction of society’s moral character globally; so much so, that there is almost always more loss of life in the wake of UN conduct than before its intervention.
The Third Way, then, is a process whose foundation was laid upon the work of a 19th century philosopher. This Philosopher extracted much of his beliefs from the realms of the ancient mystical occult; and like a cancer it was designed to metastasize globally – via government, business, religion and our schools.
In the end, what we are dealing with is dialectic. It is the very same structure that Satan used on Eve in the Garden; that President's Bill Clinton and George Bush 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 choose to call it, though… remember, it is real.
In closing, then, I'll leave you with this biblical verse in hopes of ending on a positive note. It's from Second Corinthians: "We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted but not forsaken; down cast, but not destroyed; Always bearing about in the body the dying of the Lord Jesus that the life also of Jesus might be made manifest in our body. (II Cor. 4:8-10)
(These are not my original thoughts, words or writings but were sent to me so that I should send them to you. One blind American to another… as it were. God bless you and God bless and save America.)
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