A BRIEF CHRONOLOGY OF COLLECTIVISM
Attorney At Law
The Collectivism Chronology is intended to expose the philosophy of pragmatism that has infected both our educational and legal systems. It is the result of many hundreds of hours of research at the University of Texas law library. I believe the origin of loose construction can be traced to Jesus and his debates with the Pharisees. That is, to Rabbinical Talmudism.
The Chronology reveals the Communism which pervades the West is a "spirit".
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In judicial opinions laws are now "presumed" to be constitutional. Inalienable rights are not taught in school and are looked upon from the bench primarily with scorn.
The earliest written laws were attributed "to a divine source."
Calvinists took the lead in developing the right of subjects to rebel against secular authority.
In 1780 Bentham stated: "I dreamt the other night that I was founder of a sect
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The Enlightenment abandoned Biblical revelation for reason and sensationalism.
Most people today have never been overtly confronted with the idea of collectivism.
Pragmatists adopt expediency as the standard of truth. Ethics is, therfore mutable, virtues and vices are relative and what counts is not abstract principles but results.
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Children who know how to think for themselves spoil the harmony of the collective society which is coming where everyone is interdependent.
Dewey denied that there was any such thing as absolute truth, that everything was relative, everything was doubtful, that there were no basic values
As early as 1927 it was estimated that "no fewer than 10,000,000 laws and ordinances are theoretically operative in the United States today."
By 1947 it was said that the then prevailing teaching, of both political and legal philosophers "denies that the purpose of government is to secure these inherent and inalienable rights.
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In July 1953 Professor Colin Clark, an Australian political economist, said that in the British Commonwealth countries and in the United States "academic Marxism -- or crypto-Marxism -- is stronger than ever."
Relativism denies outright that there are any absolute truths, any fixed principles
The result of pragamatism on children has been summarized:
The terms "natural rights" or "the rights of man" have been replaced in this century by "human rights."
It has been noted about individualism as now "taught" in higher education:
Education as we know it may soon be abolished. The plan is based in part on the Russian system of indoctrination (in the mid-1980s education exchange agreements gave the Russian our technology while they explained how to brainwash children).
"We can't be so fixated on our desire to preserve the rights of ordinary Americans."
-- President Bill Clinton
ALSO See: The Techniques of Communism: Invading Education