Thursday, January 20, 2011

WELCOME TO THE NEW AMERICA Part IV, The Conclusion

 The One World Community, dream of the humanist, progressives, leftist. 


Beyond their stated objective of actualizing the self, humanist are driven by a compulsive desire to bring all nations together into a unified “world community”.

“We are going to change the United States of America!"
( Barack Hussein Obama) The most leftist President in the history of these United States of America

Beyond their stated objective of actualizing the self, humanist are driven by a compulsive desire to bring all nations together into a unified “world community”.

In the world of humanist, progressives, leftist,  the New Ager’s millennium, would be known for it’s spiritual experiences. Experiences that would transcend the scared and merge the whole of human experience into a continuum of religious thought and activity.  In the final stages ,the New Age Movement would be a religion.  I offer such examples such as the “global warming” groupies who have made global warming a religion unto it’s self. The enviro-nuts who worship trees, plants and animals and demand the same rights for them as humans.


 H.G.Wells, celebrated writer for the New Age Movement had this to say: 
“It will become a great world movement as widespread and evident as socialism  or communism. It will  largely have taken the place of these movements. It will be more; it will be a world religion.The large loose assimilatory mass of groups and societies will definitely and obviously attempting to swallow up the entire population of the world and become a new human community”  

Another offspring of the New Agers is ,The United Religions Initiative (URI) was founded in 1993 by William Swing, Bishop of the Episcopal Church Diocese of California, as an Interfaith organization that seeks to bind religions of the world into one common organization. The people (and the organizations they represent) who have drawn close to URI is striking; to name a few, World Economic Forum, Earth Charter movement, Ted Turner, Ford Foundation, Dee Hock (inventor of the VISA credit card, founder and former CEO of VISA International), Maurice Strong (Canadian billionaire), Bill Gates (Microsoft founder), among others. The URI is also closely allied with the United Nations.


Another example of religion in globalism is the Aspen Institute, Aspen Institute, formerly called the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies.  Aspen Institute has been an is funded by the U.S. Taxpayer (via National Endowment for the Humanities).

The Aspen Institute holds strongly to the Humanist Manifesto(s) I&II. It is the Humanist, Leftist, Progressive’s bible, their (un)holy writ. Here are a few quotes form Humanist Manifest II:

"As in 1933, Humanists still believe that traditional theism, especially faith in the prayer-hearing God, assumed to love and care for persons, to hear and understand their prayers, and to be able to do something about them, is an unproved and outmoded faith. . . Reasonable minds look to other means for survival... False 'theologies of hope' and messianic ideologies, substituting new dogmas for old, cannot cope with existing world realities... No deity will save us, we must save ourselves".


"Ethics is autonomous and situational, needing no theological or ideological sanction.”  This is where the idea of“it it feels good do it” evolved.

"In the area of sexuality, we believe that intolerant attitudes, often cultivated by orthodox religions and puritanical cultures unduly repress sexual conduct"


"We urge that parochial loyalties and inflexible moral and religious ideologies be transcended. Destructive ideological differences among communism, capitalism, socialism, conservatism, liberalism, and radicalism should be overcome."

'[Humanism]... transcends the narrow allegiances of church, state, party, class or race in moving toward a wider vision of human potentiality. What more daring a goal for humankind than for each person to become, in ideal as well as practice, a citizen of a world community.”

There is an extraordinary parallelism between Humanists and Marxists. Among the more obvious are:
  • rejection of traditional Christianity and religion
  • the necessity for subordination of the individual to state and the community
  • catchwords of both Humanism and Marxism are "democracy, peace and high standard of living"
  • individual rights and beliefs are non-existent.  Collectivism is supreme.

One cannot help but note how the American court system via Leftist Judges judicial diktat  is  fanatically  removing every semblance of Judeo-Christian symbolism from public places using the argument of "Separation of Church and State." In spite of the fact that Old America's heritage is deeply rooted in simple concepts like the Ten Commandments, these are now persona non grata. To the global elite, the Humanist, Leftist, Progressives, however, there apparently is no "separation of church and state"... as long as it is their religion and their state: Neither of these welcome traditional evangelical Christianity.

When the Humanist, Leftist, Progressives can finally rule the nation, and they are close to doing just that, The Humanist Maifesto will become the Global Bible. The Eagle will have fallen , the New America will only be part of a Global World Order and Old America will be no more.

Welcome to the New World Order.

Are we closer than most think?  Your thoughts are appreciated.




11 comments:

Ducky's here said...

Funny, I associate humanism with the Enlightenment and people like Voltaire rather than New Age which is a fairly fringe culture. Sort of the upper middle class suburban version of NASCAR.

Ticker said...

Of course you would Duck.
Now do you have anything to offer toward the conversation other than trying to be "cutesy" or as they say here in the South, a smart-azz?

Voltaire harshly criticized the clergy of his time. However, he was a defender of freedom of religion, unlike Humanist and New Agers who outright reject any form of religion based on a Creator and see no need for any religious beliefs.

Ducky's here said...

Well Ticker, you conflate quite a bit under this "New Age" label, probably everyone from Thomas Merton to Deepak Chopra. Doesn't quite all fit.

Don't know what anyone would find "cutesy" about Voltaire but whatever works for you.

New Age has always seemed to me to be a watered down Buddhism, a thought that doesn't want to do the work and face the facts.

A supplicant knelt and faced the Buddha. He said "Buddha, I wish to receive enlightenment".
The Buddha replied, "Then why do you turn your back?"

"Cutesy" or an important truth?

GM Roper said...

Whether it be "New Age," communism, socialism, fascism, etc, it all boils down to Utopianism. Some people, not as smart as they think they are, come up with a new thought/governing principle and think that it will change the world. Usually at the point of a bayonet in the case of communism and fascism.

Some folk just can't leave well enough alone.

Good Series Ticker, I've enjoyed it very much.

Always On Watch said...

catchwords of both Humanism and Marxism are "democracy, peace and high standard of living"

The co-opting of language and terms is an effective tool in the propaganda war.

I do note that Glenn Beck and Rick Warren are on board with some aspects of the New Age Movement.

Always On Watch said...

Ticker,
THIS may be of interest to you.

Ticker said...

Don't know what anyone would find "cutesy" about Voltaire but whatever works for you.

Duck you know exactly what I was referring too. Don't play dumbass with me boy. Remember , you are in MY house!

Ticker said...

AOW I have no use for Rick Warren. Beck is not a favorite of mine either.

Thanks for the link. I have heard a little of the individual but don't have time to keep up with all the voices on conservative programming.

GM:Whether it be "New Age," communism, socialism, fascism, etc, it all boils down to Utopianism.

My point exactly in this article. NWO is the Humanist Utopia.

Mustang said...

Political liberalism emphasizes man’s quest for social justice. This notion of egalitarianism, which contrasts with the idea of equal opportunity, originated with Jesuits in the early 1800s; it has since become an imperative of Catholics and Episcopalians. Since then, many protestant churches have adopted social justice … and so we begin to understand how it is possible to brainwash so many people and why so many —hardly known for independent thought, were willing to accept its premises.

It is not a leap of logic, then, to understand how socialists commandeered these ideas, and twisted them in a manner to defeat philosophies associated with the founding of our country. Aided and abetted, of course, by educationalists —progressives who seized the American education system and refuse to give it back.

One can only conclude that mankind is incapable of learning anything; given the son of God, they crucified him. Blessed with America, they squandered her. It pains me to say it, but Americans deserve whatever befalls them —they are mostly idiots.

Debbie said...

There are so many of those groups one cannot keep up. The sad thing is the so-called Christian (religious) groups that go for this.

Debbie
Right Truth
http://www.righttruth.typepad.cpom

Ticker said...

Mustang ,Words escape me. You have expressed so well the point(s) that I was so feeble trying to get across. Thanks for your most illuminating post.