Monday, February 7, 2011

What Happened to America and Its Constitution?


100 year old Soledad Veterans Memorial
We cannot resolve our current national problems without understanding where we came from and how we got here.  This series of Commentaries will explain the conundrum of how America's founding political-religious history arrived to its current anti-Christian political environment.

Today we'll examine America's Educational System which drives intelligentsia public opinion.  To do this, we first need to meet two men, JohnDewey and Charles F. Potter who designed American entire educational system for a specific purpose.

Dewey re-invented the US educational system to "destroy Christianity" in America - the Christian faith that was intrinsic to America's founding, its People, government, laws and cultures.  In short, Dewey hated faith and attacked faith and God throughout his career.  Ironically, he did this while declaring every American should be free to choose their personal truths. Of course, this is the fundamental irony of "liberal tolerance" throughout history.  In this case, Humanists mandate everyone must follow one single faith, in order for everyone to have freedom of choice. This is what Dewey and Potter sought to achieve.

Dewey's strategy for accomplishing this unfathomable heretical task was to re-design the American educational system that forced all public schools to indoctrinate all students in his Humanist Religion as noted in his books including "A Common Faith" and  the “Humanist Manifesto I”. Dewey's system is designed to  malign Christianity in order to destroy its acceptance in America (see Humanist Manifesto I tenet #14, for example).

Dewey called this his "new religion of Humanism" and this religion is advocated today in our schools and all public arenas today. Humanism is a religion by all measures. In fact, The Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard (HCH) is a religious organization that was established and is dedicated to expanding the Humanist religion by educating and "nurturing" Humanists, atheists and agnostics, at Harvard and beyond.  Thus, Humanists are not destroying faith to create more freedoms of choice, but are only creating a new false religion to force on unwitting Americans, against their will.

"To establish such a religion is a major necessity of the present. 
It is a responsibility which rests upon this generation." 

These Humanist efforts are identical to those pursued in the Soviet Union, China, Nazi Germany and other totalitarian empires which sought complete control of the population and the abolition of all faith in order to provide for the greater good.

"A socialized and cooperative economic order must be established to the end that the equitable distribution of the means of life be possible. The goal of humanism is a free and universal society in which people voluntarily and intelligently cooperate for the common good. Humanists demand a shared life in a shared world." 

In short, John Dewey designed and implemented our educational system for the sole purpose of destroying America's Founding Faith of Christianity, in order to bring about a Communist Utopia.

Hitler's "enlightened" book burning youth
These anti-Christian strategies, goals and assertions repeatedly were stated in many forums and media.  In fact, these assaults on the inherent faith of American's would be classified as a "hate crime" if it were planned by Christians against any other group, like for example Atheists, or homosexuals. If readers remain skeptical of these intents and their perniciousness, Dewey's closest working partner and protege, Charles F. Potter, wrote more clearly:

“Education is thus a most powerful ally of humanism and every American school is a school of humanism. What can a theistic Sunday school's meeting for an hour once a week and teaching only a fraction of the children do to stem the tide of the five-day program of humanistic teaching?" 
Charles F. Potter,
"Humanism, A New Religion" 1930 p.128

This statement details a very specific attack of one group upon another, for the purpose of defrauding the victims of their First Amendment Rights and is contrary to everything our Founding Fathers believed and designed. In fact, when arguing the wording of the First Amendment in the Congressional Debates of 1787, Congressman Ben Huntington protested an earlier version,  “The words might be taken in such latitude as to be extremely hurtful to the cause of religion.”  Then offered, “The amendment be made in such a way as to secure the rights of religion, but not to patronize those who professed no religion at all.”

Thus, upon unanimous acceptance of Huntington's issues, our Founding Fathers clearly showed the American Federal government was to be supportive of their Christian faith, while not becoming a church-state. (more on this in future Commentaries).

The work of Dewey in the Humanist Manifesto and  Potter and his "Humanism, A New Religion" book are the foundations of 20th Century Humanism.  In his book, Potter declared Humanism as a New Religion claiming, that establishing this "religion is a major necessity of the present."  Potter then presented all 15 Humanist Manifesto theses as foundational principles for this new religion.

"Humanism is not the abolition of religion, 
but the beginning of real religion."
"Charles Potter, Clergyman Dead"
(1962) New York Times Obituary

Loving, tolerant Liberals
Surely, this cannot be today's goal of the American educational system, can it?

"The battle for humankind's future must be waged and won in the public school classroom by teachers who correctly perceive their role as proselytizers of a new faith... (that will replace) the rotting corpse of Christianity."
John J. Dunphy
The Humanist, Jan. 1983 p.26 

Using one of the most cunning strategies of all time, they asked a misleading question, second in injury and malice only to Lucifer's question to Eve in the Garden of Eden:

"Surely, does not freedom of religion mean
there can be no religion anywhere?"

This was intended in plant the seed of resentment in the naive minds of young Americans so they would  question the intent of their Founding Fathers (this will be covered in depth in later postings) and thus obliterate America's Founding Faith.  Dewey and Potter accomplished this by having the American Educational System remove part of the First Amendment:

"Congress shall make no law 
respecting an establishment of religion, 
or, prohibiting the free exercise thereof;
or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; 
or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, 
and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

Yet, today, we all "know" the First Amendment now is only:

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion!"

Obama covered Christ at Georgetown Univ.

And, it stops there! Every court case against Christianity begins with this (Dr. Newdow vs Elk Grove Unified School District), every attack against Christians in public is based on this (removal of generations old Nativity Scenes) and the destruction of every historical monument, tradition and inherent national faith (recent removal of the 100 year old Soledad Veterans Memorial) is based on this knowingly false manufactured assertion.

Dewey and Potter closely collaborated in writing and signing the Humanist Manifesto, as well as many other humanist societies and books, to support their re-designing our school system and science programs for their religious goals.

Humanist "scientific" quests included clairvoyance, ESP, pre-cognition, psycho-kinesis and psychology, none qualifying as “scientific”.  Ironically, the psychologist Dewey’s arguments against Christianity were based on his interpretations of science.   The hallmarks of the American educational system’s Humanist sciences are theories pursued for purely political reasons, based on limited superficial data and thus public debate evokes only outrage and disdain from Humanists.

Today, Humanist sciences politically push disproved scientific dogmas such as Global Warming or Evolution while fearfully refusing debate.  These issues are also embedded in the American medical system which has declined due to increasingly undebatable Humanist sciences.  Try discussing the link between vaccinations and autism, pharmaceuticals verses supplements, or personal health care choices verses expert/bureaucratic coerced medicine.

Dewey and Potter also co-founded the "First Humanist Society of New York" and the "Euthanasia Society of America".  As we read books and speeches by John Holgren, Obama Administration Co-Chair of the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (one of dozens of new unaccountable Czars) we more clearly see the underlying efforts of Humanists to cull the herd of undesirable and unprofitable sub-human beings, who are the disabled, infirmed and elderly, as well as those who do not accept their religious dogma. Humanism and Naziism share these same fundamental missions for the purpose of perfecting mankind - becoming like Gods.

Hitler achieved this Humanistic goal best, established his Euthanisia program (publicly called T-4 to avoid suspicion) by providing all physically handicapped, mentally retarded, or ill Germans improved medical care which also gave Nazi's full control of their lives.  First, Hitler gave disabled Germans improved institutional homes which supposedly gave them more effective access to better medical care.  These institutions were far from home, so these patients quickly became untrackable.  Then, only months later Hitler exterminated every single disabled person (over 200,000) to fulfill the Nazi-Humanist goal of "reducing medical costs".

The unelected Science Czar (who is therefore above control, or questioning) Holdren's philosophical addition to ObamaCare was very similar to Hitler's.  ObamacCare language suggests it is designed to provide better access to medical care, improved care and to provide care to more Americans, especially, the disabled, elderly and infirmed.

Like the T-4 system, ObamaCare actually does the exact opposite. ObamaCare establishes a brutal wholly government bureaucratic controlled medical system that targets the infirmed and disabled in order to specifically deny them medical care and specifically life saving care. Humanist ObamaCare does this by denying all Americans the Right to free choice of care and outright deny them life saving medical care. But, I digress.

Both Dewey and Potter were also Honorary "National Educational Association" (NEA) Presidents and both worked with closely Frederick Gates, who declared:  

"In our dream, we have limitless resources and 
the people yield themselves with perfect docility 
to our molding hand…...
We shall NOT try to make these people 
 or any of their children into philosophers 
or men of learning or science."

That is, their vision of the American Educational system has nothing to do with teaching and training individuals, but creating docile, unquestioning followers who will blindly accept their New Religion.  This fact speaks volumes about their confidence in the foundations of their New Religion.

But, how does this affect America's scientific pursuits, its competitive world standing and its current political morass? First, we have to perceive the political goals, of creating a unified world government:

A socialized and cooperative economic order must be established 
to the end that the equitable distribution of the means of life be possible. 
Humanist Manifesto tenet #14 

 Thus, Global Warming has to be pursued at all costs to rob the rich nations of the northern hemisphere and transfer wealth to nations in the southern hemisphere. This effort began in the early 1970's and could not take hold until superficial data supporting Global Warming was found.

Next, we see the immediate targets of the educational system for their New Religion. God's Creation must be destroyed if Humanists are to get rid of God. Thus, while evolution as developed by Darwin was established to pursue biological development scientifically it is never pursued as such today in our schools. Like all baseless Humanist tenets, Evolution is not allowed to be questioned, or debated, anywhere, at anytime, by anyone.

 "Humanists regard the Universe as self existing and not created." 
Humanist Manifesto I (1933) Tenet #1

Richard Bazarth wrote that Humanism cannot win this fight without evolution,

"...evolution destroys utterly and finally the very reason Jesus' earthly life was supposedly made necessary.... If Jesus was not the redeemer who died for our sins and this is what evolution means, then Christianity is nothing!" 
G. Richard Bozarth, “The Meaning of Evolution,”
American Atheist 20 (Feb. 1978)

And, how is does these hateful rantings relate to the formal legal and mandated American Educational System?

"As a matter of fact, creationism should be discriminated against... no advocate of such propaganda should be trusted to teach science classes or administer science programs anywhere or under any circumstances.  Moreover if they are now doing so they should be dismissed."
John Patterson,
Journal of the National Center
for Science Education, Fall, 1983 p.19

Despite Albert Einstein's bold claim, 

"Science without religion is lame, 
religion without science is blind.”
  
Thus, every child within the American School system is an unwitting pawn in a religious war, to be used, destroyed and disposed of at will for the "greater good" of Humanists goals of world domination

"Every child who enters school at the age of five is mentally ill, because he comes to school with allegiance toward our elected officials, founding fathers, institutions, government, patriotism, nationalism, sovereignty, ... All these prove the child is sick, because the well individual is one who has rejected all those things and is what I call the true international child of the future." 
 (meaning a humanistic communist)       
Dr. Pierce, Harvard University, 1973


George Washington at Valley Forge
IN SUMMARY, our current educational system was designed over 100 years ago for the "purpose of destroying Christianity", not to educate our children. And, it has done so, by surreptitiously defrauding every American of their true Constitutionally Inalienable Rights without public debate or vote.

To understand what those true Constitutional Inalienable Rights were, the next few blogs will provide the accurate history of where America came from by providing quotes from our founding fathers, our state and Federal Constitutions, Supreme Court Rulings.  We will read quotes from our founding fathers  explaining what they meant when they said these things, when they Founded America as a Christian Nation.

Blessings and remember, "In God We Trust"!

11 comments:

  1. This is the first in a series of Patriotic Federalist Papers style discussions, explaining where America is today compared to where America began, and how we got from our faithful beginnings to our current faithless nationhood. Then how we will restore our nation once again.

    Blessings!

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  2. Very glad you started your blog back up again!

    I myself have no religious beliefs. Note I did not say I am an atheist. What is the point of not believing in such if you then put yourself in a group. Especially one that has evolved into a religion of it's own?

    Freedom of religion has always meant to me, you are freed to practice what you wish as long as it hurts no one or you are free to practice nothing. In other words, freedom of religion is also freedom FROM religion if one so chooses.

    In America, I feel as long as you can practice your beliefs, then my way of thinking is also protected. So my dear SD, I would stand beside you to protect your freedom of religion as long as you would stand beside me for the same. And I know you would.

    Here's to freedom!!!

    Joyce

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  3. Joyce, I would stand beside you to protect your freedom of faith - whatever faith you chose.

    Of course, I will hit my knees and pray (I did) for you to open your heart to the truth that God provides (not my truth, but His truth).

    America was formed as a faithful Christian Nation, which ALSO protects EVERYONE for THEIR FAITH.

    I will discuss this in the upcoming blogs.

    Blessings and Prayers for you, Joyce!

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  4. Well we all have our opinions! But I find that "debating" religion (as the facebook forum prognosticators try to do with you) is like arguing with yourself. No one is going to have their opinion changed because there is no 100% proof of either side. There is still to this day, only one way to find out for sure and I'm not ready to try that way just yet!!! Maybe Chuck and Riley would LOL. Sorry just had to throw that in there.

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  5. Understood!

    But, you know, Auntie Em, when you say you are not an atheist, but have no religious beliefs, you are probably closer to Christ-like than many of us so-called Christians (we all try, but fail, right?)

    For example, Christ was the most anti-religious person in history. He lived by Faith. But, we Christians developed religion to help our weak minds grasp our faith.

    If we look at only "faith", then our questions then become very few:

    1 Is there a God?
    2 Do we have souls?

    If both 1 & 2 are "yes", then:

    3 How do our souls get to be with God?

    Because if there is God, and we have souls, those souls have to be eternal. Therefore, we will either be:

    1 with God for eternity, or
    2 apart from God for eternity

    Regardless of what our "religious" concepts of eternity are, it must be better with God, than without God. Right?

    As Socrates said, "It might be possible for Deity to forgive man for his sins, but I don't see how."

    Socrates understood that man had a soul, and is thus eternal, but cannot reconcile himself to be with a Holy God. And, he could not resolve a solution of himself or his fellow man.

    So, the question is how? So, since you, Auntie Em, are not Atheist, then how does man reconcile himself with a Holy God?

    I hope I gave you something useful to contemplate and to determine your way without having to go there YET! LOL!

    PS Who are Chuck and Riley?

    Always, Blessings, Auntie Em!

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  6. SD ~ you know me as an atheist but not anti-religion. I agree with your premise that religion should be taught in school. I do, however, think that it should be multi-faith with the emphasis on Christianity. I do believe that the USA is a predominately Christian nation and maybe if you appointed a patron saint, that may highlight the issue.

    You referred to Socrates ~ I'll raise you an Aurelius!!! At that time both gentlemen lived in a multi-theist society, hence the reference to gods (pl). Anyway, this is what he said:

    “Live a good life. If there are gods and they are just, then they will not care how devout you have been, but will welcome you based on the virtues you have lived by. If there are gods, but unjust, then you should not want to worship them. If there are no gods, then you will be gone, but will have lived a noble life that will live on in the memories of your loved ones.”

    ― Marcus Aurelius

    Could it not be that.........[but will have lived a noble life that will live on in the memories of your loved ones.”] is one's soul?

    As always, my friend, may your god go with you.

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    1. Sir Andrew, thanks for your patient comments!

      I am not sure I push religion in school.... but, I am adamantly not anti-religion in school.

      I do not think Catholics want their children taught baptist creationism, nor will Episcopal's want to be taught Catholic beliefs.

      But, we have to stop hating faith and really have to stop mindlessly attacking it with misrepresentations and outright lies.

      For 40 years atheism has been viewed as a religion by American courts, and as such, it should obtain no greater standing or support in the public square as compared to all other faiths and sects.

      This is actually why America is so faithful/religious. Because every America can decide what is true, then become ardent for their faith.

      It is interesting.... because I am studying the history of democracies - or actually personal liberty - and for 3000 years its has been argued that liberaty cannot exist without religious virtue.

      Obviously, Ceasar Augustus and Pericles' religious beliefs differed from that of America's founders. But, they each claimed liberty rested with virtue and only with religious virtue.

      Ironically, we each will argue that religion itself is failed!

      Always, Blessings, My Good Friend!

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  7. Unless we return to Christ, repent, and work really hard, we will never turn this country around. Yes I do believe that Jesus is ready to return. It is as in the days of Noah and Lot.

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    1. Agreed, Karen!

      But, we have followed this belief since 1967 when we interpreted then that Israel's success in the 6 day war was a requirement to usher in the Last Days.

      What we do not realize is we remain on Christ's time frame, not ours. Christ seeks all who will be saved, to be saved.

      America must decline and fail for the Last Days to truly arrive. Until Barney Frank and Obama, it was hard to see that as a reality.

      Now we see it boldly, openly and avidly being pushed forward.

      Prayers and Blessings!

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  8. Same old Christian Taliban with the same old Christian lies about America being a Christian nation. I dare you to leave the truth in this post up for more than 72 hours.

    http://www.examiner.com/liberal-in-orlando/20-founding-father-quotes-against-america-being-a-christian-nation#ixzz1dGArjXTO
    20 Founding Father quotes: America is not a Christian Nation

    http://www.radicalnewthoughts.com/america-not-christian-nation.html
    America is Not a Christian Nation

    BTW: For your information: Christ HAS returned, you missed him.

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