Saturday, February 28, 2009

Arizona Desert Compound Mystery

The ACL has very little posted about the possible use of detainment centers. I have seen quite a bit of evidence that all kinds of old WWII detainment camps are being refurbished. I've read numerous posts by locals in areas where train tracks lead to dead ends with huge wharehouses. There are lists of potential camps online and some people have studied this in depth. I didn't because it wasn't my focus, but I remember being glad other people were covering it. This just came from nightzero and I've been in this part of Arizona before. It's desolate.

It occured to me once a long time ago that the way the US government relocated the American Indians would be the same way they "relocate" the American die hards who refuse to capitulate to the global authorities. Alaskans will be shipped to Arizona, and Arizonans will be shipped up here (to Healy or Delta?) or to Florida like they did to Geronimo. None of us will be incarcerated in territory we well know.

We'll all be getting high on the peace trains.

Political Ponerology

Is the study of evil a worthwhile scientific endeavor? Are a percentage of the population sucessful pathologicals (meaning not in jail) who are incapable of genuine human feelings? Most importantly, are these sick, evil people the ones who rise to powerful positions in government and business?

My profoundest thanks go out to our friend Darren in BC for his box of really useful supplies and books! I am so ready to have my eyes opened to the scientific study of evil. I didn't even know it existed.

The Global Endangered Human Species Initiative

After years of considering all the available options to stopping the onslaught of new laws and policies that will render our founding legal principles obsolete, I've come full circle back to the referendum and initiative process.

It was always my position that if my countrymen voted to eliminate the US Constitution and replace it with a Communitarian system, that I would stop fighting it. IF this is what the majority of Americans want as their new government, then I have no leg to stand upon in my resistance. But... and this is the hugest but... nobody I know has had the opportunity to consider the actual terms for the change, or the legal position.

As the mandate for global sustainable development does not only affect the United States, I'm thinkng the referendum to repeal LA21 and all international trade agreements that endanger local humans should be an inclusive, global document.

The Initiative and Referendum Institute at the University of Southern California looks like a good starting place to study the process, but their information may not be all that great because they include the Netherlands in their list of the "five democracies" that have never had a national referendum, and my ACL studies show that the Dutch rejected the EU Constitution via a national referendum in 2005.

And it's no suprise to see Texans on top of this issue... what an amazing state:

We Americans have the most powerful constitution in the history of the world. Let's use it for the benefit of all humans who suffer under the emerging global system. Let's defeat the New World Order at the polls, or at least bring the issue to the public for an open and heated debate. If Americans vote for the NWO then I can adjust my plans accordingly. It would be pretty stupid of me to keep defending the American system if the American people want to be communitarians.

If the UN plan for local sustainable development is so great, why hide it anymore? Let's put it out there so all our people can decide for themselves who rules America.

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Quitting is not an option?

Read the CNN transcript of Obama's Speech to Congress. The Obama administration has every intention of fulfilling America's 2020 vision for a communitarian future. In a communitarian , faith based society, every individual is regulated like an "asset." Also often called Capacity Building, all Americans are to be tested and trained for their new jobs. Read that again if you have to. I said ALL Americans, not just our youth.

This is not an optional program; the communitarians do not allow any individuals to choose to not participate. Our skills and abilities are directly tied into all the other communitarian programs (via COMPASS), and which jobs we're qualified to perform determines which housing we are assigned to. Volunteerism is rewarded with further communitarian classes and indoctrination, which will lead to financial security.
"So tonight I ask every American to commit to at least one year or more of higher education or career training. This can be a community college or a four-year school, vocational training or an apprenticeship. But whatever the training may be, every American will need to get more than a high school diploma.

"And dropping out of high school is no longer an option. It's not just quitting on yourself; it's quitting on your country. And
this country needs and values the talents of every American.

"That's why -- that's why we will support -- we will provide the support necessary for all young Americans to complete college and meet a new goal: By 2020, America will once again have the highest proportion of college graduates in the world. That is a goal we can meet." {boldface added} Obama's speech to the US Congress
Not one word about H.R. 45 in Obama's speech (thanks Kathy!), but Blair Holt's Firearm Licensing and Record of Sale Act of 2009 could be a big help to his "every American" has to let the communitarians invade their homes, to inspect, to regulate, to monitor, to help, to assess values, to mentally and physically test the inhabitants, and to make them all go back to school or get treatment.

Our new president says "dropping out of high school is no longer an option." Is there new legislation that will provide the enforcement for this closed option? And come on, I'm a high school dropout and a college dropout. What if the ONLY reason I was able to understand Obama's communitarian synthesis is because I left the public indoctrination centers? If college makes us all so damn smart, then where's all the grads, MAs and Ph.D.s who can comprehend my writings or be so educated they've challenged our original thesis? (2 more School Review Boards answered the Hegel poll.) How come I have to dumb down my articles about the communitarian legal system to a fifth grade level if colleges are teaching people such valuable knowledge? What the hell are our schools teaching us beyond the fifth grade?

Do fifth graders know what a "new rendezvous with America's progressive tradition" is?
"Tuesday night's speech was the most comprehensive manifesto he has offered yet for his new rendezvous with America's progressive tradition." EJ Dione, Washington Post Op Ed
There's so many issues coming at us now it's a serious mindbender trying to keep up with every new regulation that will bring us, transformed, into 2020: Our Common Destiny. The war against American freedom is exploding in our backyards. Battles rage across the nation, every area has its own distress signals going out. Some of these battles are openly, extremely violent (as on Mexican border), others are vague, extremely benign and sound very nice to the petty officials doing the attacking. But the cause is the same. The reason for ALL the conflicts, changes and takings is Communitarianism.

But few have a clue, so our people keep running in circles. We're all trying to stop this new bill or that new regulation. We never associate these attacks on our liberty with their source, because many of us stayed in the US public school system.

In a free society, quitting is ALWAYS an option. According to our law, resisting government tyranny is our obligation. People want us to depend on the hunters to safe keep the 2nd. Like my dad always said, guns aren't just for hunting animals.

What if refusing to comply with communitarian regulations was mandatory? If there's going to be a war in this country, let's get our facts straight about who we're fighting. Our common enemy is not only the border invasion from Mexico (which requires our immediate, armed attention). It's not only the Wall Street thugs, the US Cons in the congress or their bosses (the international drug cartel running the whole show). It's not just the Empire builders and the "free" traders who quietly write communitarian trade agreements that establish new regional governments. It's also any LOCAL who forces us to comply with an unconstitutional communitarian law.

America DOES need "the values and talents of every American." As sovereigns, born free under our constitutions, our choice of weapons is optional.

All communitarian funded programs have strings as sticky and deadly as a Black Widow's spiderweb. Here's what our guru has to say about the strings in the Stimulus Bill, as quoted by jcwinnie, a blogger who seems to have an exceptional and "correct" grasp of what Obama means by change (wonder where he went to school?):
“Public works” may indeed be needed, but let’s make those green ones, too. For instance, just granting money to states and localities will not do; strings should be attached ensuring that funds will be dedicated to green infrastructure and not to favorite projects that serve the automobile.

The list is not difficult to draw: Buses and passenger vans should be on the green list, not cars. Hence no funds for highways, roads, and bridges unless they first set aside bicycle lanes and diamond lanes for public transportation. Funds for light rails are green. The same is true for new sources of energy, domestically generated, and for fixing our antiquated electrical grid. Not so for loans to nowhere for auto makers.
Etzioni has no difficulty with drawing the list because he wrote it. This Stimulus package will cement Etzioni's communitarian control over Americans. Show me ONE out of work American who won't go along with the required compliance for using these funds. Etzioni knows full well what it means to fix "our antiquated electrical grid" because his followers designed the GIS database layers to house the expanded grid information. Light link rail development was how I was introduced to Etzioni's ideas for a new communitarian government in Seattle in 1999. It's the biggest scam so far. But light link rail will pale in comparison to what they can accomplish with the Smart Grid. If you only look at Smart Grid and all the new ID programs together, as one, you have a pretty good picture of what 2020 will look like.

From the above very well informed source we get Al Gore's take on Obama's Science team:
"While this is an amazing group of public servants, we must recognize that there is still a very difficult challenge awaiting us before we can pass new laws that truly solve the climate crisis. Public support for doing the right thing is more crucial now than it ever has been."
Americans doing the right thing IS more crucial now, but unfortunately, Americans don't know what the right thing is anymore. Our public educations made sure of it.

And as for obtaining "justice" in the new communitarian system, as in pleading innocence or demanding due process procedures under US law, well don't get yourself in a tizzy over that America. Susan Coble, our Citizen Service Bureau rep and "liason" to Seattle Mayor Paul Schell's office (the hub of Seattle's light link rail plans), assured me at the 8/30/99 DON-NATS R&B meeting on Seattle's Revised Noise Ordinance that, "Only guilty people will get these tickets."

This next few months should prove to be a real test of my character. Every day somebody I know tries to get me to apply for some government grant or NGO funding. I've been barely making it out here these last couple months, and now the state is all abuzz with the gas line preparations and road construction jobs. The ACL may be the only "organization" (besides the NRA) studying them from a strictly legal standpoint and working full time to expose the Communitarian Justice System to the free world. I'm precariously hungry. If I succumb to the lure of federally funded jobs (that pay Davis Bacon wages!), or the even greater lure of marketing gertee to the pipeline, I will no longer have the time to maintain the ACL website or this blog. As most of my family and friends know, I've never been very good at fund raising for the ACL. Now the donations and book sales are getting fewer and farther between. I guess that's just the way it goes, and obviously I never started the ACL thinking it would pay me anyway! For ten whole years I've believed it was my duty to make this sacrifice for our freedom. I still believe it, but it's harder and harder to stay strong in this belief without adequate supplies. Nordica needs help paying the printer and keeping the ACL business end alive. My writing doesn't seem to help her at all. And it's probably just as true that it won't help America either.

My little army of one is going to be an army of none. Resistance is futile, eh?

Monday, February 23, 2009

Chinese communitarianism is the model for US integration

And we're getting more like China every day:
"Theses licenses essentially assign a new national ID# to citizens that can then be read through wallets, purses, and walls by anyone who is willing to spend $50 at Radio Shack. The first time you show your license at one of the big box stores they'll be able to associate you with that number. That sounds like something out of China, not the United States."" EXPANSION OF RFID ENABLED DRIVER LICENSE PROGRAM RECEIVES HARSH CRITICISM, February 20, 2009, Michigan House Republicans

Thanks for sending this to me Darren!

Sixpence None the Wiser, by Phil Mayman

Jason posted this link on facebook, it's a really insightful article in the Fairfield County Weekly asking how we're going to live when the stimulous debt is due. Notice the calls to war in the responses:
"What is life going to be like when we stop using dollars? Will we revert to bartering? Will we adopt euros or yen? Will we hoard gold? Or will we just roll wheelbarrows full of American currency to exchange for something more valuable — like toilet paper?"

Pro Communitarian Groups on Facebook

From the Communitarian Fellowship:
"The election of Barack Obama not only provided a fundamental shift in politics and social consciousness but also allowed the philosophy of communitariansim to move into the forefront. Much of Obama's philosophy during his campaign and even possessed in his writings are tenets of the communitarian spirit. many who wish or seek to undermine him or purely due to their own ignorance, have tried to label many of Obama's and others ideas to communism or socialism. While these schools of thought may have some similarities, Barack Obama is a communitarian in his political, social ans religious approach. His pragmatism expresses the notion that one can influence his community by getting involved and being active. Communitariansim looks at the infrastructure of society and humanity. By working together for common goals and solutions, many obstacles can be overcome. With a President of the United State so clearly of the communitarian approach, it is only fitting that the advocates and students of communitarian come to the forefront. It would also be profitable to discuss communitarian ideas and notions since they will be influencing many policies and procedures at least for the next 4 years."
From I think I may be a communitarian:
There are Seven Principles of communitarianism consists of 1. Unity of all people and their diversity. This unity can be expressed through one's faith, community (family and friends circles), and social groups. 2. Self-Determination and actualization by defining oneself, naming oneself, create and speaking for oneself and appreciating whom god has made you. 3. Collective Responsibility by building and maintain community together and make our neighbour's problems our problems by working together for a solution. 4. Cooperation and Entrepreneurship To be committed to the work ethic and working together for positive results and solutions.5. Purpose in making our collective vocation the building and developing of ourselves and our community in order to restore people to their traditional greatness and potential. 6. Creativity and Innovation where one does as much as we can, in the way we can, in order to leave our communities self perpetuating and beneficial for future generations.7. Faith"
From Community Forum-Concept of a Communitarian:
"The election of President Barack Obama has initiated the rise of Communitarianism or the concept of the community shaping the mores and values of society. Let us all be that individual who makes up that community in society that shapes our world. Many have tried to label Obama as being a socialist, but actually he is expressing the tenets of a Communitarian."

From Communitarianism/Christian Democracy:
"At the heart of the communitarian understanding of social justice is the idea of reciprocity: each member of the community owes something to all the rest, and the community owes something to each of its members.

"Basically, this is a group to join and network members of the communitarian and Christian Democracy ideologies. These two movements differ in the means by which they arrive at very similar ends. The most basic explanation of these movements is, by their American definitions, socially conservative and fiscally liberal. I encourage you to join if you either loosely agree or identify stongly with this ideology."
From Oklahoma Communitarians:
"This group was created for those people who don't fit into the political box, who consider themselves Communitarians, to have an opportuinity to learn more from one another, and discuss politics and policy."
From Red Tory Revolution:
"Notable Red Tories: Sir John A. Macdonald, Sir Robert Borden, John Diefenbaker, Robert Stanfield, Bill Davis, and Joe Clark.

"Red Tories believe in government intervention and every ones responsibility of to others and the state. Also as well that with power and wealth there are social as well as other responsibilities. These involve many communitarian ideas such as an equal right to education, housing, universal health care, welfare, social safety programs, public works programs, and laws limiting those things like guns or pollution that are seen as detriments to society."
From Christian Anarchists- A new world is possible:
"The teachings of Jesus Christ and the essential nature of his present and coming reign and rule are anarchistic and nonviolent at their core and foundation. Christian anarchism is a much needed alternative to the civil religion that has been posing as Christianity since Constantine. This is a genesis type attempt at bringing together serious nonviolent communitarian Christians and nonviolent Christian anarchists for the sake of community and common cause."

There's been a lot of concern over facebook's violation of copyrights policy, and I was one of those who almost quit the place because of it. I stayed because I want to keep up with how the communitarian ideology penetrates unaware minds. It was also important to me that I maintain a presence at the Anti-Communitarian League group, which has hovered at around 40 members since I arrived. Nobody's saying much on the wall, but I see that happen at a lot of groups so it doesn't concern me much. What does concern me is there are already so many groups promoting it using Etzioni's propaganda. The Anti-NWO groups that have the biggest memberships use information from disinformation agents, so, as much as I "support" their titles I cannot support their foundations. We don't need to cite Alex Jones, Jim Marrs or the Protocols to define our anti NWO position, and when we do we play right into their chess move and basically negate all our legal grounds for opposition.

Communitarianism is a religious based GLOBAL LEGAL system, and to categorize it as a benevolant and kind social political theory is the biggest lie of all time. People DIE under insane communitarian laws. People lose their homes, their farms, their vehicles, their right to work, to play and to study. Communitarian democracy is what the British-US-Israeli leadership is exporting to the Middle East. Environmental Communitarian Law is already enforced in almost 200 "nations" around the globe.

In spite of the frigid dip in temperatures here (it's been very cold in my gertee when the fire goes out after I'm asleep), I'm keeping my spirits lifted and raising my voice to the sky. I've got a lot (too many?) of projects going all at once and then I stopped in the middle of everything and made a whole new miniature scene for my older sister's upcoming birthday. I can't believe how powerful the inspiration is when I design one for a specific somebody I love. Then gluing it all down because it has to be shipped was an amazing transformation too.

So, while the gertee book is still a number one priority, and the Camp Redington website showed me how badly I need to revise and update the ACL's gertee page, right now I'm writing a new ACL article called, "Communitarian Law: Rule by Insanity." I'm trying to keep it simple, and that drives me insane. :)

Sunday, February 22, 2009

The chance for a new world order By Henry A. Kissinger

From Robert Coones:
Problem Reaction Solution. Cause the Problem, wait for the Reaction, Provide the Solution. Here is the solution from one of the wolves of the New World Order Henry Kissinger. He would have you now give away your national independence, constitution, national borders to solve a problem you had no part in causing. And the people doing this have all the money anyone could ever want and are immune to the business cycle.


The chance for a new world order
By Henry A. Kissinger
Published: January 12, 2009

As the new U.S. administration prepares to take office amid grave financial and international crises, it may seem counterintuitive to argue that the very unsettled nature of the international system generates a unique opportunity for creative diplomacy.

That opportunity involves a seeming contradiction. On one level, the financial collapse represents a major blow to the standing of the United States. While American political judgments have often proved controversial, the American prescription for a world financial order has generally been unchallenged. Now disillusionment with the United States' management of it is widespread.
At the same time, the magnitude of the debacle makes it impossible for the rest of the world to shelter any longer behind American predominance or American failings.
Every country will have to reassess its own contribution to the prevailing crisis. Each will seek to make itself independent, to the greatest possible degree, of the conditions that produced the collapse; at the same time, each will be obliged to face the reality that its dilemmas can be mastered only by common action.

Even the most affluent countries will confront shrinking resources. Each will have to redefine its national priorities. An international order will emerge if a system of compatible priorities comes into being. It will fragment disastrously if the various priorities cannot be reconciled.

The nadir of the existing international financial system coincides with simultaneous political crises around the globe. Never have so many transformations occurred at the same time in so many different parts of the world and been made globally accessible via instantaneous communication. The alternative to a new international order is chaos.

The financial and political crises are, in fact, closely related partly because, during the period of economic exuberance, a gap had opened up between the economic and the political organization of the world.

The economic world has been globalized. Its institutions have a global reach and have operated by maxims that assumed a self-regulating global market.

The financial collapse exposed the mirage. It made evident the absence of global institutions to cushion the shock and to reverse the trend. Inevitably, when the affected publics turned to their national political institutions, these were driven principally by domestic politics, not considerations of world order.

Every major country has attempted to solve its immediate problems essentially on its own and to defer common action to a later, less crisis-driven point. So-called rescue packages have emerged on a piecemeal national basis, generally by substituting seemingly unlimited governmental credit for the domestic credit that produced the debacle in the first place - so far without more than stemming incipient panic.

International order will not come about either in the political or economic field until there emerge general rules toward which countries can orient themselves.
In the end, the political and economic systems can be harmonized in only one of two ways: by creating an international political regulatory system with the same reach as that of the economic world; or by shrinking the economic units to a size manageable by existing political structures, which is likely to lead to a new mercantilism, perhaps of regional units. {boldface added}

A new Bretton Woods-kind of global agreement is by far the preferable outcome. America's role in this enterprise will be decisive. Paradoxically, American influence will be great in proportion to the modesty in our conduct; we need to modify the righteousness that has characterized too many American attitudes, especially since the collapse of the Soviet Union.

That seminal event and the subsequent period of nearly uninterrupted global growth induced too many to equate world order with the acceptance of American designs, including our domestic preferences.

The result was a certain inherent unilateralism - the standard complaint of European critics - or else an insistent kind of consultation by which nations were invited to prove their fitness to enter the international system by conforming to American prescriptions.

Not since the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy half a century ago has a new administration come into office with such a reservoir of expectations. It is unprecedented that all the principal actors on the world stage are avowing their desire to undertake the transformations imposed on them by the world crisis in collaboration with the United States.

The extraordinary impact of the president-elect on the imagination of humanity is an important element in shaping a new world order. But it defines an opportunity, not a policy.

The ultimate challenge is to shape the common concern of most countries and all major ones regarding the economic crisis, together with a common fear of jihadist terrorism, into a common strategy reinforced by the realization that the new issues like proliferation, energy and climate change permit no national or regional solution.

The new administration could make no worse mistake than to rest on its initial popularity. The cooperative mood of the moment needs to be channeled into a grand strategy going beyond the controversies of the recent past.

The charge of American unilateralism has some basis in fact; it also has become an alibi for a key European difference with America: that the United States still conducts itself as a national state capable of asking its people for sacrifices for the sake of the future, while Europe, suspended between abandoning its national framework and a yet-to-be-reached political substitute, finds it much harder to defer present benefits.

Hence its concentration on soft power. Most Atlantic controversies have been substantive and only marginally procedural; there would have been conflict no matter how intense the consultation. The Atlantic partnership will depend much more on common policies than agreed procedures.

The role of China in a new world order is equally crucial. A relationship that started on both sides as essentially a strategic design to constrain a common adversary has evolved over the decades into a pillar of the international system.
China made possible the American consumption splurge by buying American debt; America helped the modernization and reform of the Chinese economy by opening its markets to Chinese goods.

Both sides overestimated the durability of this arrangement. But while it lasted, it sustained unprecedented global growth. It mitigated as well the concerns over China's role once China emerged in full force as a fellow superpower. A consensus had developed according to which adversarial relations between these pillars of the international system would destroy much that had been achieved and benefit no one. That conviction needs to be preserved and reinforced.

Each side of the Pacific needs the cooperation of the other in addressing the consequences of the financial crisis. Now that the global financial collapse has devastated Chinese export markets, China is emphasizing infrastructure development and domestic consumption.

It will not be easy to shift gears rapidly, and the Chinese growth rate may fall temporarily below the 7.5 percent that Chinese experts have always defined as the line that challenges political stability. America needs Chinese cooperation to address its current account imbalance and to prevent its exploding deficits from sparking a devastating inflation.

What kind of global economic order arises will depend importantly on how China and America deal with each other over the next few years. A frustrated China may take another look at an exclusive regional Asian structure, for which the nucleus already exists in the Asean-plus-three concept.

At the same time, if protectionism grows in America or if China comes to be seen as a long-term adversary, a self-fulfilling prophecy may blight the prospects of global order.

Such a return to mercantilism and 19th-century diplomacy would divide the world into competing regional units with dangerous long-term consequences.

The Sino-American relationship needs to be taken to a new level. The current crisis can be overcome only by developing a sense of common purpose. Such issues as proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, energy and the environment demand strengthened political ties between China and the United States.

This generation of leaders has the opportunity to shape trans-Pacific relations into a design for a common destiny, much as was done with trans-Atlantic relations in the immediate postwar period - except that the challenges now are more political and economic than military.

Such a vision must embrace as well such countries as Japan, Korea, India, Indonesia, Australia and New Zealand, whether as part of trans-Pacific structures or, in regional arrangements, dealing with special subjects as energy, proliferation and the environment.

The complexity of the emerging world requires from America a more historical approach than the insistence that every problem has a final solution expressible in programs with specific time limits not infrequently geared to our political process.
We must learn to operate within the attainable and be prepared to pursue ultimate ends by the accumulation of nuance.

An international order can be permanent only if its participants have a share not only in building but also in securing it. In this manner, America and its potential partners have a unique opportunity to transform a moment of crisis into a vision of hope.

Henry A. Kissinger served as national security adviser and as secretary of state in the administrations of Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. Distributed by Tribune Media Services

The New World Order was never a conspiracy theory, and neither was the international regulatory system. 19th century mercantilism... gee... was that the original American System of Political Economy?

And yes I read the beginning of Part I of Deanna Spingola's latest article at newswithviews. She starts right in calling Hamilton a Rothschild agent and makes Andrew Jackson the hero. Everyone says that now, but they never give a soild source, and Deanna is no exception. Her "source" for her claim is to another unsubstantiated source. My thesis about U.S. financial history has some huge holes in it regarding the roles of List and Hamiliton, but at least my sources are the U.S. Treaury, historians, magazine articles from the 19th century, and university and government archives. Don't you just love it when "patriot" writers tell the same U.S. story all the London Marxist revisionist historians tell? Funny how they all jump right from 1836 to the Civil War in 1865, then go straight to 1907 without missing a beat. They NEVER mention the 30 Year Tariff War and they NEVER mention President McKinley's assassination in 1901. Why? According to my studies, these were extremely significant occurrences that affected the result in 1913 called the Federal Reserve.

What if Jackson was elected to destroy the National Bank and open the door to the London bankers? What if McKinley opposed the London bankers? Is it possible there were two (or more) warring factions fighting for power over the American people?

Oh well. I guess all my questions about our history are pretty much moot at this point. As Kissinger tells us, we all have to go meet our common destiny now. As they say in all the former Eastern European communist countries, "Doesn't matter. Drink!"

Green versus clean = comunitarians versus locals

All of my happiest childhood experiences happened in the woods or at the beach. My parents took us camping every summer and sometimes we spent our entire spring break in state campgrounds. The first thing we did after we chose our spot was pick up all the garbage and cigarette butts, rake up the loose leaves and tree fall, pile it all up in the fire pit and start out with a big cleansing fire. We checked out the lavatory facilities and if they were inadequate, we dug our own latrines. We fixed broken picnic tables, made benches and swings. We cleared trails, pulling obnoxious and poisonous plants. Axes and machetes were part of our gear. The point was always to make the site better and safer. Cleaning the camp was the first and the last thing we did. I've repeated this process of rejuvenating public campsites my entire adult life. And silly me, this is what I thought it meant to be "green."

All my life I thought being green meant being clean.

Throughout the late 80s and during the entire 90s, I began describing my politics as libertarian-socialist-feminist-green! I've written at length about my harsh, rude awakenings to the foundations for libertarian, socialist and feminist political ideologies. It's all out there for anyone who's interested in seeing how painful a journey the ACL was for me. But I haven't written a lot about my personal "green" ideals because I've been camping practically all these ACL years. And, few things have shocked me as much as the signs around Chitina State Park that said I wasn't allowed to cut anything! There were hundreds of dead cottonwoods and beetle killed spruce. The Chitina Native Council had a grant to go along the roads and around houses doing "fuel reduction." So, it wasn't as if the local tribal people who control most of the unused land weren't aware of the need to clear out the dead stuff. I just wasn't allowed to do it unless I was paid by the feds. Our friend Roger summed it up for me one day with, "If there's ever a fire here, we're all gonna be crispy critters."

Last summer I moved back to Camp Redington and started out cleaning my own mess from the year before (heh) and then I started in on all this low brush where those nasty black mosquito's live. I had just learned to use a chainsaw so I was busy cutting off all the low tree branches while I was digging up and raking piles of molding layers of leaves and tree fall. But, I've become so conditioned to the greens' agenda that when a big official truck pulled in the driveway after we were burning, I thought he was here to give Tim a TICKET! I had my whole defense going through my brain... I was going to explain how I wasn't "destroying" anything but only making it better for humans. As it turned out, the official was the Alaska STATE Department of Forestry, and he was HAPPY to see what I was doing. He gave me a brochure produced by the state that trains people in safe fire prevention, and clearing low brush around homes and making fire brakes on the edges of property is taught as absolutely vital to protecting life and property. I had an enormous sense of relief to learn our state government still uses reason to determine public policy. Of course the state doesn't manage the "protected" federal and Indian lands (the CR Watershed if you will) which surrounds us, and that could prove to be a fatal mistake, as it has become in Australia. I can only imagine the level of frustration being felt over there. Thanks for sending this Pete, I read it a few days ago and decided to not write about it, but yeah, it's key:

"It wasn't climate change which killed as many as 300 people in Victoria last weekend. It wasn't arsonists. It was the unstoppable intensity of a bushfire, turbo-charged by huge quantities of ground fuel which had been allowed to accumulate over years of drought," writes Devine.

Do you think people in Australia would be interested in knowing the green "laws" that caused this tragedy are based in EU environmental communitarian "case" law? This applies to the recent issue of whether it is worth the time to focus on smaller issues without addressing the "big" picture.

Many Australians I know are proud of having a socialist government. Many Americans I know are proud of having a constitutional government. They do not know they both have a communitarian government, just like everywhere else in the world where environmental communitarian laws overrule local laws. That's the simple version of what communitarian law does. It is "supreme" law used by heavily funded activists who force it on locals. Locals, under a communitarian system, are stupid hicks who have to be taught how to bow, honor, obey and cherish "Mother Earth."

It's high time we "clean up the green mess" and restore power to locals, everywhere. In the USA, the FBI lists Earth First and other radical environmental organizations as "terrorists." I think that should give locals license to start treating them like the death threats that they are. The next time one of these committed Gaia worshippers tries to block firefighters or loggers or fishermen or anyone else doing their local job, which is to feed and protect local people, they could and probably should face swift and necessary battlefield justice.

Giving locals information about the new legal system which created this global green mess might be a handy tool in the arms of a righteous local population. I know this is why the very term "communitarian law" has been stricken from public awareness.

And Pete, I wrote a short note to Peter Myers on facebook to see if there are any requirements for "local coordination" in Australia. He sent it out to his list.

Friday, February 20, 2009

Former President Clinton Advocates New Gun And Magazine Ban - A "Communitarian Movement"

Here's the second time Bill Clinton's mentioned communitarianism in the last six months. Did anyone else besides the NRA notice he said this in January? How is it possible that Clinton's out there telling people about communitarianism (not communism Henry) and still so few are curious enough to find out what he means? The NRA understands it, they wrote the first legal analysis of communitarian law sometime before I found them in 2000. They can see how our law protecting individual rights is an "impediment to uniformly adopting values the movement considers appropriate." Should anyone else care what values this forward movement holds?
"[W]e're now in a position to begin again," he said. "It's not a leftward movement. It's a forward, communitarian movement." Communitarianism is a movement that considers individualism an impediment to society uniformly adopting values the movement considers appropriate, including authoritarian gun control. For example, the Communitarian Network platform states "there is little sense in gun registration. What we need to significantly enhance public safety is domestic disarmament of the kind that exists in practically all democracies." Former President Bill Clinton quoted 2/6/09 by NRA-ILA

What else can Bill Clinton tell us about communitaian values? Why do communitarians profess to care so much about our "health?" Clinton's Global Initiative is at the top of this list:

The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) will hold a Special Event on Philanthropy and the Global Public Health Agenda organized jointly by the Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) and the United Nations Office for Partnerships, in collaboration with the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy and the World Health Organization. The programme will be held on International Corporate Philanthropy Day, 23 February 2009, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the United Nations Headquarters, New York City.

The special event will serve as part of the preparatory process for the ECOSOC’s 2009 Annual Ministerial Review (AMR) on “Implementing the internationally agreed goals and commitments in regard to global public health”.

Smart Grids versus Stupid People... like us?

"What’s really needed are agents for change."
Tendril's CEO, Adrian Tuck, 2/18/09

This came today from Gisela at Alaskans against the NAIS: The Smart Grid sure ties into other mapping programs designed to get people to modify their behaviors, doesn't it? What is googles' "investment" in the grid?

A Startup Joins Google and GE in the Smart Grid Conversation
BY Anya Kamenetz Wed Feb 18, 2009

"Historically smart grid was really looked at from the utilities' side--giving the utility control over things like turning air conditioners down [to conserve energy at peak usage]. That model needs to be flipped on its head—getting consumers information about their consumption is the cornerstone to getting people to understand/control/modify their behavior" {boldface added}

Could it be that needing funds for this Smart Grid program was a factor in the Stimulous Bill? Are the big corporates really playing catchup now, or were they in on the action plan from the beginning?

"U.S. utilities already spend about $20 billion a year on information technology, and as part of the federal stimulus bill, the government plans to spend another $11 billion over the next 20 months to help modernize the national grid. So it's little wonder that everyone from giants like Accenture (ACN) and Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) to hot startups like Silver Spring Networks are angling for a piece of the action."

So what will all the eventual applications of the the smart grid be?
"No one has ever looked at a smart grid project built to scale," says Michael Jung, policy director at Silver Spring Networks, which is developing technology to allow networked devices to communicate with each other. "We don't know what all the eventual applications running on the smart grid will be, and thus we don't know how to quantify their costs and benefits."

And again, while the "debate" rages in the USA over whether or not Local Agenda 21 is a "conspiracy," the English create plans openly based in the Rio Declaration:,

Think learning new behaviors for home living won't be fun? Can we entice you with prizes? Don't you want to pay to play bingo with your future? No worries mate, these are government sponsored games! They're "free!"
"Energy Efficiency Bingo is a fun game packed with energy efficiency advice, with great prizes on offer.

The Home Energy Conservation Officer can carry out bingo sessions free of charge for community groups who meet during the day.

To request a free bingo session or further information please contact John ward-Campbell, Home Energy Conservation Officer on 01423 556909 or email"

How will these plans affect people living OFF the grid? Will participation in the smart grid be mandatory? Is there any place left in the world where independent people can immigrate to and create or become part of a non-compliant society? Will the people who refuse to comply be those raggedy, dirty, hairy ape people so often shown to be digging in the dirtballs for food in futuristic scientific films? How WILL people live outside the matrix (which is what the plans are officially called)?

What do the the American Community Survey, the National Animal Identification System, Smart Grid, the National ID, and the Copper River Country Mapping Project ALL have in common? All personally identifiable information is housed in the GIS. The GIS has MANY layers to their data, and it is already used by the federal police in their Community Policing COMPASS program. Among other things, the COPS use the data to identify "hot spots" and problem people."

It's gone so far the COPS have video cameras all over the world. The 1999 Matrix for the Seattle Neighborhood Plans included training citizen spies. In 2000, Seattle hired a "new police chief", Gil Kerlikowske. Kerlikowske was the DC grants director for the new COPS program created by Clinton in 1994 after the Violent Crime Act authorized funding. He also helped design COMPASS. Seattle was a pilot test for gathering personal identification to be added to the COMPASS database. That he was hired to be the new SPD chief, was amazing to me, but it never bothered my Seattle friends and it sure never stopped anyone in the know from supporting Obama. At that time my COPS' R&B File was almost blank. I wonder if it's grown any over the last ten years.

And just after I finished this post, I opened an email from my friend Bobby, who says:
In my opinion, the Obama administration IS, or will become the "GAIA Revolution". Here's what Gore says about the "stimulus plan":

I urge this Congress to quickly pass the entirety of President Obama's recovery package. The planned unprecedented and critical investments in four key areas -- energy efficiency, renewables, a unified national energy smart grid, and the move to clean cars -- represent an important down payment and are long overdue. These crucial investments will create millions of new jobs and hasten our economic recovery, while strengthening our national security and beginning to solve the climate crisis. -

Gore made plans for he and some cronies to profit from this development back in December of 06 right after the Democratic victory in the mid-term elections:

COUNTING ON INCREASING SUNSPOTS TO 2012: "Gore's Generation Investment Management company and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers aim to use their combination of financial firepower and expertise to help speed up the development of technologies and policies needed for a low carbon economy. Gore in green alliance with venture capital"


In an earlier email as part of that exchange over Gaia 2012, Bobby wrote (and I absolutely love this Bobby!):

"Whereas the Borg's message was: "We will assimilate you. Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated". The new message is: You must ascend. It is self destructive to resist. If you refuse to ascend, we will ascend you for your own development, because we LOVE you so much"." Bobby Garner,

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

How communitarians steal private property in the urban areas

This just came in from Consuelo. It's a perfect example of how cities have been able to introduce the need for blight reform into the public awareness. They always start the targeting plan with the most despicable, run down houses, ones which nobody in the neighborhood will rush to defend. By the time they move on to despicable people, the need has already been established that clean people have the right to not have to look at "blight." After that, any non-reason will work.

Anyone living in the Columbus area can predict which houses will be targeted, if they get a copy of the proposed vision for the Columbus Community. If there's a proposed pedestrian corridor around a light link type transit plan, those neighborhoods designated as stations come under an amazing new ideology that insists the City must own or control all property within a five mile radius of the station.

Records obtained from the WA State elections commission showed many Seattle public officials had prepurchased properties near PS Light Link Rail proposed stations... before the plans became public knowledge. Actually though, these plans never do really become "public knowledge" even long after they're passed and implemented.

Plus, Dawson v. Seattle established the legality of SWAT raids against houses suspected of blight, because as the 1954 Berman case established, "blight" causes disease, crime and immorality to spread. Kelo v New London was based on Berman.

Best use and eliminating blight are backdoor implementation of communitarian property law (Berkeley Law Professor Antonio Rossman called Kelo "a benign communitarian decision"). For background on the "theory" this whole concept of cleaning up the neighborhood is based upon, look up The Broken Window Theory. That's where "fear of crime" comes from, this was HUD's idea of how run down houses, old cars and different looking people are the cause of "full blown fear." It's a "livability issue." It's about "quality of life."
County bolsters blight battle with new campaign
Tuesday, February 17, 2009 11:38 PM
By Barbara Carmen

Neighbors call the abandoned house on Makassar Drive a disaster and a disgrace. Brush obscures the lawn. A section of the roof recently caved in. And there are squatters - opossums, mice and raccoons.

Where Blendon Township neighbors see a threat to safety and property values, Franklin County Treasurer Ed Leonard sees the perfect test case for a new countywide campaign to fight blight.

Leonard has asked officials from the county's 17 townships to inventory their most irksome properties. He wants to compile a sort of dirty-dozen list of properties the county should take.

That list should be done this month; then a team will set priorities. Leonard is looking for the ugliest, most hazardous properties, or those most likely to boost a neighborhood if they are razed or redeveloped.

"We only have so many resources," he said. "We have to be strategic."

Until now, townships have fought nuisance properties one at a time. Now, Leonard envisions a team backing them, including Franklin County commissioners, county planners, Health Department officials, township representatives, prosecutors, police and community advocates.

Franklin County Environmental Court Judge Harland H. Hale said "it's absolutely a good idea to target" nuisance properties.

Today, commissioners approved Leonard's request to transfer the first property, on Makassar, into the county's land bank. This will strip away back taxes so commissioners can then transfer the land to the township.

"We're going to tear it down, fill in the basement, and we think we've already got someone interested in the land," said Bryan E. Rhoads, Blendon Township's code enforcement director.

The house was auctioned twice at a sheriff's sale, on Dec. 5 and Dec. 26. The first time, it sold for $40,000. That purchaser backed out. No one bid the second time.

Owner Henry A. Bobulski said he lost the house to foreclosure over a business debt of $12,000. He said he bought the house new in 1969 but stopped maintaining it when it became clear that he would lose it.

Leonard's office said that Bobulski owes $12,129 in taxes, which have been listed as delinquent since 2000. Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O'Brien served Bobulski with nuisance-property violations in 2007, but the property only got worse.

"Things are out of my hands," Bobulski said when asked what he'd tell frustrated neighbors. "I lived alone, and I didn't really know anybody."

He said he moved out about 18 months ago. Neighbors say the house appeared vacant for years.

Pam Clegg, a Makassar homeowner and block-watch coordinator for the Huber Ridge Area Association, was jubilant after commissioners agreed to take the property.

"It will mean pleasant views for the neighbors," Clegg said.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Camp Redington's School of Hard Knocks

I was talking to Tim about us starting a school to teach people how to build gertees, survive off the grid, basic fire safety and burning, cooking over fires, storing water and making small dams and caches. I asked if he'd be interested in hosting a basic survival class for the millions of young people who have become enamored with the memory of Chris McCandeless. He could take them out in the woods for a couple days, show them how to make snares and trap rabbits and emergency shelters. My classes would include making fires, using chainsaws and other tools, food storage, preparation, woodstove baking, housekeeping tricks, sanitary refuse removal, gardening in the arctic, gathering berries and flowers and herbs, and a week long seminar on how to build a livable gertee out of local wood or PVC pipe that they could take with them when they leave, or ship home. We've talked about making a gertee model out of PVC pipe before, so he jumped right into wondering which sizes would work best. We've also talked about making them out of rebar and calling it the bear-proof gertee, and he still says that's the one he wants. I waited while he figured dimensions in his head, grateful to see he's still interested in my most favorite project.

Then he stopped suddenly and said, "You mean that kid that they say he lived off the land out there by Kantishna? The one who starved?" I replied, "Yes, they made a movie about him. Now he has a huge following of people who admire him for turning his back on society and walking off into the wild. I was thinking that some of the ones I've read on facebook and forums who say they want to follow in his footsteps could be persuaded to consider coming here for a short introduction to practical living in the wild, first."

Tim shook his head and said, "Well that kid didn't live in the wild. If he'd have lived they could say he lived in the wild. But he didn't live. He died in the wild. Just like that other guy with the bears. He didn't live with the bears. They up and ate him one day. He died with the bears. I just don't understand why they say those guys lived in the wild when they died in the wild."

I've spent all night trying to think of how to incorporate that into my advertising.

Monday, February 16, 2009

Why the American Right insists on calling Obama a "communist"

Followed a link to a World Net Daily article by Jerome Corsi proving Obama was mentored by members of the Communist Party. Part of the article was based on a letter written from Frank Chapman to Peoples Weekly World:
After Iowa

Happy New Year and congratulations on a job well done. These have been trying times when the hyenas of war have again been turned loose on humanity by a greedy ruling class.

Now, beyond all the optimism I was capable of mustering, Mr. Obama won Iowa! He won in a political arena 95 percent white. It was a resounding defeat for the manipulations of the ultra-right and their right-liberal fellow travelers. Also it was a hard lesson for liberals who underestimated the political fury of the masses in these troubled times.

Obama’s victory was more than a progressive move; it was a dialectical leap ushering in a qualitatively new era of struggle. Marx once compared revolutionary struggle with the work of the mole, who sometimes burrows so far beneath the ground that he leaves no trace of his movement on the surface. This is the old revolutionary “mole,” not only showing his traces on the surface but also breaking through.

The old pattern of politics as usual has been broken. It may not have happened as we expected it to happen but what matters is that it happened. The message is clear: we can and must defeat the ultra-right, by uniting the broadest possible coalition that will represent an overwhelming majority of the people in a new political dynamic. We must quickly shed yesterday’s political perspective and get in step with the march of events.

Frank Chapman
Via e-mail {boldface added}

A "dialectical leap" huh? Gee, I wonder what that means.

A keyword search of WND for "communitarian" returns 16 hits.

Henry Lamb called it An Unseen Enemy of Freedom on Septemeber 13, 2008. (This is the article where Henry told Bobby Garner that the editors at WND took out his embedded link to the ACL.)

In a September 27, 2008 article Henry Lamb explained, "During the 1960s, the United Nations produced the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination. Article V(e)(iii) proclaimed that all people had a "right" to housing. Both the Kennedy and Johnson administrations supported the treaty, but it was not ratified until the Clinton administration, Nov. 20, 1994. No one noticed or connected the dots to the emerging socialist, communitarian concept called "sustainable development." " and later he says: "Both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were institutions that were neither purely socialist, nor purely free market – a blend that is best described as communitarian, in that they allowed private investors to buy and hold shares in the corporations, but were also guaranteed by the federal government. That is, until recently, when the federal government took over both institutions. Now, the federal government essentially owns all those properties – a result that is as socialist as had the government nationalized those properties by force." {boldface added}

In the Dangers of Overexposing Yourself, by Phil Elmore on 12/11/08, Phil explores the exposure in facebook and myspace, concluding: "It is very unlikely that this trend in social networking and public exposure will be reversed. If anything, as personal video cameras become cheaper and more common and as the Internet becomes more and more interwoven in the fabric of our day-to-day lives, we will devolve even further. Our lives will become more communitarian, not less. The only thing we can do, therefore, is remain vigilant with regard to those disclosures that are voluntary versus those that occur as a result of invasive government action. The former is a reality of popular culture. The latter is an unacceptable breach of constitutionally guaranteed freedoms and must be guarded against at all times." {boldface added}

In 2007, Illana Mercer wrote: "But Gore and his gangreens are cosmopolitans, communitarian citizens of the world. Population explosion they consider a global – not a local – problem. They'll gladly trash Americans for their lavish lifestyles, but about the imperiled quality-of-life across American communities they couldn't care less." {boldface added)

WND published the full text of the Pope's April 2008 speech where His Holiness says, "Human rights, of course, must include the right to religious freedom, understood as the expression of a dimension that is at once individual and communitarian - a vision that brings out the unity of the person while clearly distinguishing between the dimension of the citizen and that of the believer."

In another April 2008 WND article by Bob Unruh about the Bible Curriculum, we get this very interesting assessment:
Beason criticized Haynes for writing an article, "When the Government Prays, No One Wins," "in which he infers that the National Day of Prayer should be declared illegal." Beason also charges that Hayne serves on the Board of the Pluralism Project, "along with a Wiccan high priestess, Margot Adler."

He further says Haynes authored a "Communitarian manifesto on religious education" that follows the teachings of occultist Georg Hegel, whose philosophy is used to "shape the people's thoughts and morph the masses to a new kind of community."

"It works!" Beason wrote. "This process transforms individual thinkers into group thinkers. Since the sense of belonging feels good, the threat of group disapproval inhibits members from voicing divisive views. {boldface added}

In yet another April 2008 WND article about the Bible Curriculum Project, this one by By Sen. Scott Beason, Alabama State Senate, we learn Joseph Farah's take on communitarianism:
"Charles Haynes is the author of a Communitarian manifesto on religious education. In addition, Haynes authored "Public Schools and Sexual Orientation: A First Amendment Framework", which is endorsed by the radical Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network.

The Communitarian Network has been written about by both Joseph Farah, founder of WorldNetDaily, and Gen. Ben Partin. Farah says, "The best I can decipher of this popular new idea of Communitarianism is that it is not a new idea at all. To put it in its simplest form, I would describe it as a form of communism for people who believe in God." Partin says that the bottom line of the Communitarians is to bring in communism. Six members of the Board of Directors and Advisory Board for the Bible Literacy Project are signatories to the Communitarian Platform. {boldface added}

The Alabama Senator's article also explains how the Hegelian dialectic is used to manipulate students into consensus on the Bible, with:
"Georg Hegel was an occultist whose philosophy laid the foundation for communist brainwashing. We need to grasp the basics of his dialectic process to equip our children to resist his fast-spreading "education" method. It is used in schools and public forums to shape the people's thoughts and morph the masses to a new kind of community."

And here's Devvy (who shows up 6 times in this search) using the term back in 2004 where she casually throws it in, as if it's pefectly interchangable with communist:
One of the highest priorities in instilling the communist moral principles into a population is the joining of all human beings into a single collective (we) where the individual no longer thinks independently. The Soviets believe that the "new communist man" will become one with the state by persuading him or her to relinquish their individuality, their identity, their own self and merge into the collective (community).

This is a crucial factor in subduing a mass of people: condition them like cattle with the state as the prod. In a totalitarian state, the government, or in this instance, "Homeland Security" (Russia is called the Motherland, but the concept is identical) will be the new monitoring mechanism of every American's actions from birth, by numbering the cattle, until death. Individual liberty is incompatible with communitarian ideology.

As people become numbers with their every movement monitored and forced to show papers to travel, eventually they will accept a slave mentality and all will to resist will be gone. "For the good of the community" and "security," they will have finally surrendered their individual being. During this process, the "School to Work Act of 1994" will have conditioned the children and their parents that being forced into a particular career is good "for the community."

Not good for the individual, but for the "collective good" as promoted by Hillary Clinton, who said in a speech earlier this year, "We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good." If one takes the time to review Clinton's speeches over the years, you can easily see how she promotes the communist morality at every opportunity. {boldface added}

It looks like the ONLY time Joseph Farah has written about communitarianism was back in 2001, in his Bush and the Third Way article, which was ALL about Bush's communitarianism reported by Dana Milbank in the Washington Post (an article that many people referred to after it was published, and then, like Farah, who just never mentioned again):
Maybe you're unfamiliar with this term, communitarian. It's not one we hear every day. I would suggest opening up your dictionary and looking it up. Here's what you will find under "communitarian" if you use Webster's New World, the preferred choice of U.S. newspaper people: "a member or advocate of a communistic or communalistic community."

That's it. No alternative definitions offered. But you choose any dictionary you like. I suspect you'll find a similar definition.

But we don't have to look it up in the dictionary to see the striking resemblance between communitarian thought and communist thought. Both center on the idea that the individual needs to be de-emphasized in favor of the "community" or the "state."

The best I can decipher of this popular new idea of communitarianism is that it is not a new idea at all. To put it in its simplest form, I would describe it as a form of communism for people who believe in God.

There were thousands of published books and articles on communitarianism available to Farah when he wrote that article in 2001. Etzioni and the Communitarian Network had eleven advisors inside the Bush White House (including Etzioni).

The SAME communitarian thinker who wrote Bush I's acceptance speech wrote Obama's.

Etzioni was just quoted in the Jerusalem press describing Obama as a communitarian.

If there is a "form of communism for people who believe in God," wouldn't that seem a bit like a topic worthy of further exploration by the Christian Right?

A keyword search for "communism" at WND returns 500 hits.

Henry Makow, Ph.D. put up a link to the ACL on Feb 10, 2009 with "anti communism" in brackets, as if that "explains" what anti communitarian really stands for. I wrote Henry and asked him to please take the brackets off because it is misleading and untrue. I offered to help him understand what communitarianism is, since he obviously does not know anything about the synthesis. He hasn't responded, and his false brackets, putting my ACL work in the phony dialectical capitalism versus communism box, are still there.

So why does the Right avoid the most important topic in US current affairs? Because to admit the synthesis is real they have to admit their "side" is no longer in play. with all the Ph.Ds writing for both the right and the left, it's impossible that none of them are able to comprehend our ACL thesis. I have to say I think they are purposely avoiding it because the communitarians control both "sides." Farah is the editor who took out Lamb's link to the ACL. God forbid WND readers should learn the truth about the Right's "ideology" before the ultimate synthesis is irreversible.

The Anti Communitarian Manifesto is based on our undisputed theory that Communitarianism is the synthesis in the Hegelian dialectic. We proved it is a "balance" between market capitalism and socialism. We proved it is the "balance" between the extreme religious right and the extreme non-religious left. We proved that it incorporates both communist and libertarian "principles." Anyone looking up Hegel or communitarianism easily finds our work. Our orignal thesis has been free online since 2003; thousands of people have read it and studied it. If the Right wing cannot dispute our thesis about communitarianism, then it's high time they started recognizing it for what it is. If they don't, then what is their actual goal in establishing magazines to tell the "news" to "free people?"

And why in the hell would anybody believe what the communists say? Obama, for the record, was officially mentored by the Communitarian Network! Can we at least get a few facts straight about our new president? Professor John McNight (a founding signer of the Communitarian Platform and creator of ABCD's "volunteer" community participation program, one avenue for information gathering included the global GIS mapping database) signed Obama's Harvard Law School application.

Why doesn't the WND publish anything about THAT connection? Could it have anything to do with the fact that COMMUNITARIAN LAW is the basis for all global free trade agreements and that it was introduced, Fabian style, into the USA under the Administrative Procedures Act of 1946? All POLICY law in the USA is communitarian law. All US agency regulatory law is communitarian law. It's too easily proved to exist. The communitarian lie is so flimsy all anyone has to do is learn the actual term and they can find out the whole damn plan. Yeah .. sure don't want Americans finding out anything about communitarianism, now do we? Best we keep Americans stuck in the reliable, highly successful dialectical debates so we can keep on calling them "sheeple" and ridiculing them into feeling stupid and listening only to us. Letting them in on the real game, well that could just screw everything up.

Repeat after me: There is no synthesis. There is only the thesis and the antithesis. I am too stupid to understand Hegel. I am too stupid to understand Obama. I cannot pronounce Amitai Etzioni therefore I don't need to know who he is. Communitarianism just means a communist who believes in God so I don't need to learn how to spell that either, nor do I need to know what God these communists believe in.

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Chin up!

That's what my dad used to say to me whenever he saw me looking down or depressed. He was a firm believer in the "act as if" theory. So even though I'm feeling a lot of mixed emotions about my anti-communitarian studies and how much more I may owe to the American people as far as local efforts to thwart the mapping plans go, I will keep my chin up and keep moving and producing regardless of how I feel. I know I'm going to feel the way I do no matter what I'm doing, so I may as well write the gertee book and do the rest of the dishes and maybe along the way the burden will lift and I'll see things in a new light.

Many huge bear thanks to my friend Pete for sending copies of Taking Liberty and the Coordination efforts of the Stewards of the Range! Taking Liberty is a fantastic DVD for people to share and discuss. It addresses all the major environmental land use plans and establishes hard scientific data as part of the discussion. It does not introduce any of the theory driving the plans, and that's good, because most people never understand that (my) part anyway.

And I was unfamiliar with Hernado de Sotto's The Mystery of Capital: Why Capitalism Triumphs in the West and Fails Everywhere Else . It's too bad he used the dialectical term capitalism, but I want this book now, and I want to use this quote from him as my "tag line": "The greater the arbitrary regulatory burden, the poorer the nation and the smaller the middle class."

Communitarian Law, as practiced by Administrative Hearing and Review Boards in the USA is an arbitrary (changes with a whim) regulatory (irrational agency regulations) burden (unecessesary load imposed on us, the new beasts .. of their burden).

So thanks to all the people who have been emailing me their encouraging words. It matters to know that some people appreciate and put value on my contributions, even though I'd never accomplish anything if I depended on finding my worth in man. :)

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Copper River Country Stories Map Project, by Vicki Penwell

Here's a little history the mappers wrote for the Copper River Record. I have been contacted by our local USDA agent and asked to participate in this mapping project, but I've got zero responses to my letter and request for documents from the group.
Copper River Country Stories Map Project

By Vicki Penwell

On January 21 and 22, people from around Copper Country met to formulate a work plan for developing a Copper River Country Stories Map and Guide.

According to Kristin Smith of the Copper River Watershed Project (CRWP), based in Cordova, the idea for the guide came about nine years ago when she and others were working on a tourism project and were inspired by the rich collection of diverse stories to be told from the Copper River headwaters to the delta. It occurred to them that a project could be developed that would “help communities guide tourism growth rather than be driven by it.”

Last July, Copper Valley Development Association (CVDA) and the Copper River Watershed Project submitted a request for assistance for such a project to the Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program (RTCA). Along with RTCA, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve and Prince William Sound Community College (PWSCC), a core group began formulating a vision statement and plan for community meetings that would gather input from residents and local groups.

In January of this year, eleven people attended the kick off session held at the Copper Valley Development Association office in Tazlina. Smith, along with Katrina Church-Chmielowski of PWSCC and Heather Rice of RTCA, introduced the concept and lead small group discussions about map elements, map style and potential stories. Participants agreed that there was a need for a product directed at tourists that would include information about historic events, trails, natural history landmarks and other features of Copper River Country.

Rice, who facilitated both meetings, found that “participants were looking for a way to share the story of the region with an authentic voice. Something different than existing maps that participants felt were focused on simply navigating the area and finding businesses.”

The Copper River region is not included in many Alaska tourist guides, and many travelers simply “pass through” with no knowledge of the unique features or visitor opportunities available.

Katrina Church-Chmielowski points out that there is no single product that introduces people to the people and features of the 23,020 square mile Copper River Country. She says, “Visitors piecemeal together information they need to explore and learn about the area. The Copper River Country Stories Map will fill this gap.”

After the all day workshop on January 22 held at the Glennallen VFW, a plan for moving forward emerged with a goal of having a printed map available for the summer of 2010. Smith says that she hopes to find funding so that the first printing of the guide can be distributed to visitors free of charge. The group envisioned a potential suite of products that would include web based information as well as hard copy products available at local businesses.

The Copper River Country Stories Map and Guide working group is intended to include additional participants as the project develops. The next meeting will take place some time late in March. Those interested in participating should contact the CVDA at 822-5001 or

For those unfamiliar with Alaska, there is NO official Copper Country. This is a new term introduced by these groups. Our area has NO borough or municipal government, and we are officially lumped into a 22 million acre area labeled as the Valdez-Cordova census area.

Here's one of the responses I got after I sent the mapping group a copy of my business map, and I now have a pdf file of the Kenny Lake Community Plan. Nobody I know here in Kenny Lake knows it exists... so duh, I'm back to the old "What Plan?" conversation:

I was cc'd on some of the communications going on regarding the Copper River Stories Map Project. I wanted to clarify and suggest a few things about business outreach here and the map project.

There IS a large void in outreach materials for our local visitors. The last regional map was produced by the Chamber in 2004? that had business support and advertising around the margins. The Camber did not complete a subsequent edition when those were exhuasted. It was funded by business contributions.

Our organization also produced a Buisiness and Community guide (booklet form, not a map) in early 2003 that didn't get enough business support, and was funded partly by our organiziation. It has also not been reprinted. It is thought that paper materials such as that are often outdated as soon as they are printed.

There is also a Bearfoot Guides that is done by Linda and Jeremy Weld updated yearly. It also puts information for businesses who pay for advertising. The Milepost does the same and includes a few community events such as the KL Fair.

The Chamber has been working the last year or so to update their web site to include information about the Copper Valley and their member businesses. They are ready to launch that soon.

Non-profits such as CVDA and the CR Watershed Project have also gotten up web sites as does Julie Williamson., and

CVDA website does our own news, a community calendar and links. We would like to add links to businesses, but haven't gotten there yet. We do not charge for links, and have linkages to our partners that assist with our projects.

Two years ago, Liz Rietveld from the Fishing Widow initiated a map for the Copper Center businesses. Each business or organization who wanted to be on the map contributed $150 -$500 (Princess and NPS contributed more) . I have attached last year's map for your review in case you haven't seen it. It is also available on our web site.

Last year CVDA wrote to businesses in the Copper Valley to see if they wanted a map for their area such as Gakona, Kenny Lake, etc. We didn't get enough response to get another developed. It is definitely something we would help with and support enough businesses wanted us to help with the administration of this.

Chitina Chamber of Commerce has developed a small tri-fold and Cheesh'na Tribal Council got funding for a brochure about Chistochina that was printed 3-4 years ago. Business outreach for the Kenny Lake Area came up in the Community Planning process that I helped facilitate. As you can see the many concerns and ideas in the document that I have attached.

The communities and businesses here always need enthusiastic people to initiate things as you have done with your map. Again, CVDA would be able to help organize the businesses if you think 10-12 would want a KL community/business map and get 5,000 or so printed for 2009 season. We do not have funding unless contributions come from businesses.
As for the "Stories" Map

First, this was conceived a while ago by the Copper River Watershed Project and has received technical advice from the National Park Service Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance program. Currently, there are no grants or monies that have been secured to create the products for the map stories project. Supporters have attended some scoping and planning meetings which were held here in January. The Copper Valley Development Association is a partner and has contributed some staff time and $50 for snacks at the January meeting.

Since that meeting, one proposal has been submitted to the Alaska Geographic for a possible publication. Marnie Graham with BLM also DRAFTED an outreach plan which was probably a bit premature to post on a blog.

With an area this vast, it is hard to encapsulate all on one map. The idea was to have a regional focus for general areas of interest to draw and keep tourists here. We wanted to show what made our area interesting and unique through our stories and histories. Businesses could be linked in as there may be other electronic venues associated with the project IF funding allows, but wouldn't be on the map per se.

I hope this helps to clarify what has been going on in our region. Again, we would be happy to help KL businesses and organizations to develop a local map for visitors. I was unaware of the KL Blog! Thanks for the heads up. Have you read the Copper Country Collection cookbook that I helped write for our PTO? It has a lot of local information that you might want to share with visitors.

Arlene Rosenkrans
RC&D Coordinator-Copper Valley Development Association
Temporary contact as of January 12, 2009
Phone: (907) 822-5001 Fax: 822-5009
Mile 111 Richardson Hwy-CVDA offices in Tazlina

Mail and email same:
HC 60 Box 52, Copper Center, AK 99573

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The first line of the Kenny Lake Community Plan is a lie:

"The Greater Kenny Lake area is a supportive community where we respect our colorful diversity of people and decide things together." (So what explains why so few people from Kenny Lake attended these planning meetings?)

On page 5, the vision for Kenny Lake gets almost funny:

"There is a spirit of individualism combined with a sense of commitment to family and community in Kenny Lake."

What is a "spirit of individualism?" Is it compatible with a commitment to community? Wouldn't it be amazing if the KL vision said the truth as I see it, which is more like:

There are basically two kinds of people in Kenny Lake.

Group One: My friends, who are the traditional Alaskans who hunt, fish, trap and grow, the ones who love their gossip but still know how to mind their own business and don't try to tell anyone else what to do, unless they're asked for advice, and then they may never stop talking....

Group Two: is the people I really don't know at all, this very organized group of federal and state employees, fundamentalist Christians, New Age Indians, global ngo-UN affiliates and retired No Child Left Behind teachers who want to tell everyone what to do and teach us all how to become more responsible global citizens.

Group One lives like Alaskans. Group Two promotes all the UN goals for retraining backwards Alaskan locals (in Group One) how to think and act globally. We actually have anti-fur people here "teaching" us about the changing economics of trapping! (Tim Redington and Dean Wilson Sr., two local trappers who make and sell traps, who still actively trap here and are well-known around Alaska and the world, are NOT included in these "lessons" about trapping.) Tim says he thinks all the tree huggers should have to move out of their big log houses and into eco-friendly tents like me!

G7 pledges to avoid protectionism , BBC News

How dare the US Congress include a "buy American" clause in their 787 billion FRN stimulus package. Don't they care about putting Chinese communist slave workers out of work? Well, we don't need to worry about these "outdated" protectionist measures, because

".. in a statement after the meeting, new US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner dismissed such concerns.

"All countries need to sustain a commitment to open trade and investment policies which are essential to economic growth and prosperity," he said.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

The Union Jack is Online, by Bobby Garner

The Union Jack is Online
by Bobby Garner
Editing the available pdf versions of The Union Jack to produce an html version was a significant challenge which has been very educational in view of what we already knew about Alice Bailey and the New Age Movement, UN Agenda 21 and Communitarianism, and everything else which defines our world today. The so called "big picture" really is that large. Its a view of the whole world, under the British Empire exercising its global Imperial power through agencies of its own creation as well as those created independently on its behalf. Collectively, they are known as the British Commonwealth of Nations.

The Union Jack exposed all of this and more in 1970, with notes being added in 1985 before the New Age was easily recognizable to most people who were not directly associated with it. Much has changed in those intervening years, including the alleged "death" of Communism, the attendant rise of the New Age Movement, the introduction of sustainable development, Communitarian Law practiced as the "Third Way" and built upon facilitated consensus, just to name a few. In many ways, the Union Jack contains what must have seemed pure speculation to most people in 1970, but in view of what we now know, it reads more like an historical commentary on recent history. As such, it offers a fresh look from a unique perspective which would be very difficult if not impossible to obtain in its absence.

I don't know who wrote it, but I'm going with Helen Peters for now. I assume is was actually published as a book, but I'm uncertain of that either. But regardless of its author or the reason for its existence, it reveals many rather obscure facts, and forms relevant associations which in conjunction with existing resources, fills in and clarifies major portions of the real life drama we call the Big Picture such that it is becoming a giant wall mural for those with the eyes of understanding to see it.

Here are a few quotes:
"Masonry is the spirit of anti-Christ and the spirit of the unity of faith into a world religiopolitical state. While it denies with every breath the union of church and state, it is it's spirit that has harmonized humanity into a collective world spiritual union. Though it takes on every political color imaginable it is of one spirit and one faith — the Brotherhood of Man under the Fatherhood of God.” — Chapter 7

“British Israel and a Zionist Millennial World Theocracy are one and the same regardless of the name or front that covers the deceit. Millennialism is Judaism (Pharisaism) and it is being used to promote world government under the Throne of Britain.” — Chapter 3

“People who believe in any form of earthly paradise, Heaven on earth, New Age or Millennial Age are supporting British Communism.” — Chapter 3

“The figure of ancient Babylon exists today in the spiritual Babylon of "Christianity." It draws not the sword to dip the blood of martyrs but seeks to cut off their spirit from God for eternity.” — Chapter 6

“In order to work this fakery the British Empire has infiltrated the Church with it's Cabalistic Jews and Masons in order to give the Church the prophetic appearance of the harlot of mystery Babylon so that it can be "prophetically" destroyed.” — Chapter 5

“Americans will be surprised to learn that America is being used as the major incubator of this neo-orthodox Christianity which is not antagonistic to Marxian Communism at all, but is indeed the spirit of it. It is this spiritual Communism in the guise of Christianity that is to emerge as the crowning achievement of world revolution.” — Prologue
That "crowning achievement of world revolution" under the "spiritual... guise of Christianity" now appears to be Communitarianism. However, my discovery of a fourth phase of the dialectic implies a Transcendence to something beyond that which at present appears to be Transtopianism/Transhumanism. Each of those words suggest something quiet unfriendly to humans, and goes far beyond anything even imaginable in 1970, and something not embraced by our current knowledge of Communitarianism. The Union Jack explains how that revolution was operated, who its participants were/are, and why it has proven to be such a roaring success up to the present.

Here is the Union Jack Table of Contents. {fixed link ~ Niki} Read it, tell people about it, and understand the real source of your pain.

Bobby Garner
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P.S. If you notice any errors in my editing and formating, I would appreciate a note.

Monday, February 9, 2009

Kenny Lake Chitina Alaska Fun-Map - Final draft

2/12/09 version
(can't believe I forgot to add GerTee and TJunction!)
The outer pictures don't print well,
this is the latest version with all the businesses.

I keep uploading the drafts because
I don't want to lose them if I crash.
and I always appreciate feedback :)