Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Observations From the Back Row, 3/29/11

By Rich Kozlovich

The Nazi cult of the organic

Gemeinnutzgeht vor Eigennutz.
(The common good supersedes the private good.) - Nazi slogan

Fanatical environmentalism, vegetarianism, animal rights and public health are four progressive policy initiatives that most people would not readily associate with Hitler and the Nazis. "Unlike Marxism, which declared much of culture and humanity irrelevant to the revolution, National Socialism was holistic," wrote Jonah Goldberg. Indeed, "organic" and "holistic" were the Nazi terms of art for totalitarianism. The Mussolinian vision of everything inside the state, nothing outside the state, was organic-ized by the Nazis. In this sense, the Bavarian cabinet minister Hans Schemm was deadly serious when he said, "National Socialism is applied biology [Darwinism]." .........Hitler repeatedly asserted that there "is no gap between the organic and inorganic worlds." All of this is based on the "Wrong Turn" myth – that during the ancient past the German people took a wrong turn by accepting Christianity, bourgeois morality, logocentrism and forsaking occult paganism, the latter which Hitler and the Nazis viewed as being more organic, holistic and a more authentic way of life.

Tragically, this barbaric cognitive dissonance, this Nazi cult of the organic lives today in American society's obsession with all things organic, "saving the planet," overly protecting animals at human expense … and regulating our sacred constitutional rights into oblivion.

My Take - There can be no doubt that the green movement is a fascist movement. Fascism is the right wing of socialism and communism is the left. Either way, both are strongly based on atheistic views.
"My personal belief is that the moral relativity that has taken hold – again, a device of the political left and intellectual elites – is largely based on the gravitation away from Judeo-Christian ideology. Even those who were not particularly religious used to have an appreciation and respect for that convention as socially stabilizing. Of course, if you can manipulate the truth, you can get people to believe absolutely anything, so that reveals the who-and-why of this phenomenon. And it is easy in this scenario to deny that the social malaise to which this gives rise even exists! So, once again, we have to educate people as to the political and social realities they have been shielded from and/or neatly avoiding for so long."  Erik Rush in an interview regarding his book on race. You will notice the intellectual patterns are the same regardless of the issue. 
The goal of socialism, from the French Revolution on, has been a total uprooting of Judaic-Christian principles. That is what it really is all about; turning the state into the ultimate moral and intellectual authority for all mankind. In short, the goal is to make the state God. RK

Confronting 'Sustainability' in your town

Four communities have rejected "Sustainability" since the first of the year. More will surely follow. To confront sustainability in your community you should learn everything you can about it. More than 600 American communities have entered into agreements with ICLEI (International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives), an international nongovernment organization created by the United Nations. ICLEI-USA was formed in 1995. ICLEI is a tool of both the U.N. and the federal government, used to transform American cities into "Sustainable Communities."

What is, and is not, sustainable is defined in Agenda 21, a 40-chapter document adopted in 1992 by the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development. This document was translated into domestic policy through the President's Council on Sustainable Development, created in 1993. Originally, the program was promoted as implementing "Local Agenda 21," but soon ran into trouble......

My Take - There a number of links in this article that need to be followed if you truly wish to understand this issue.  Jacques Chirac spilled the beans when he said that the Kyoto Accords (global warming) was the first step in global governance.  Let's be clear.  Environmentalism became the stepchild of socialism.  It is now the spearpoint for global governance.  RK


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