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Are our federal bureaucracies all malignant outgrowths of Marxism?
November 13, 2011
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Malignant Outgrowths of Marxism.

Vic Biorseth, Saturday, November 12, 2011

We’ve all heard the old saying about how to spell the word assume. However, there are some things that you just know, a priori, without the need to get up out of your chair and do any science or mathematics, or to look anything up. For example, the whole notion of anthropomorphic global warming should at first glance cause an uncomfortable feeling in the gut; an intuitive or instinctive thing, causing you to be skeptical about it even before you look into it at all. This is the theory that says that man, all by himself, by his behavior, is changing the climate of the whole earth in a negative way; and further, that man, all by himself, can do something to change the climate of the whole earth in a positive way.

I submit that man cannot even affect the local weather, let alone the global climate, and that no legislation, no executive order, no bureaucratic regulation, no court order, no changes in human behavior, no amount of taxes, no amount of spending, no “carbon credits” and no agreement among nations can possibly do anything at all to change that simple fact. It will remain a fact no matter what anyone or everyone does about it. That is the nature of an objective truth.

Anthropomorphic global warming was a fraud and a hoax from the beginning, but the most dangerous thing about it is the global, international scope of it. If this particular fraud was not originally invented by Marxists, it certainly was ripe fruit for Marxism to pluck and co-opt for international use. The whole idea is that this is a problem that is just too big for any one nation to resolve; it needs the whole world to get on the same band wagon, or, as the theory says, the whole world is doomed. This is just another prod toward some form of World Governance by a wise, benign, super-scientific, super-elite new class of world rulers.

Well, gee whiz and gosharooties, I wonder where they might come from.

If any of this sounds similar to the growing global banking, global currency or global economic problems, then you’re beginning to pick up on where I’m going with this. And if you don’t yet believe that the world is periodically and episodically menaced by something requiring super-heroic effort to save it, well then perhaps you weren’t raised on the most politically correct comic books. See the Eco-Nazi Movement page for global warming, ozone-hole, limited fossil fuel, pollution, endangered species and similar giant, global ecological frauds of the same order; this page is taking another tack.

The Most Successful treacherous, underhanded, sneaky modern stratagem of Marxism involves linking sentences such as:

  • We need to rise above partisan politics.
  • Let us work to find common ground in the interest of solving serious problems.
  • We need a leader who can bring us all together for the common good.
  • We even need to rise above national interest, in the larger interest of the world.
all strung together to quell any opposition to the required heroic effort needed to resolve another non-existent or fraudulent or politically-induced major problem. Those who oppose Marxism are publicly and politically demonized for not joining hands with their (and the world’s) future Marxist dominators in the interest of solving trumped-up problem after trumped-up problem. “Don’t look at what I am,” says the would-be Marxist dominator; “Look instead at the seriousness of this trumped-up problem we need to work together to resolve.”

By such tactics the well intentioned politician is induced to cooperate in his own subordination; the well intentioned Party is induced to cooperate in its own worst interest; the well intentioned nation is induced to cooperate in its own eventual elimination; all in the interest of something or other. Don’t look at the reality of who you are cooperating with, and don’t look too closely at the problem of the moment. Just come together for the common good. It’s good politics.

In the Shut Down Unneeded Bureaucracy page we listed all of the Federal agencies and bureaus and recommended radically cutting, privatizing and even just eliminating all of them, except Defense. Other than Defense, none of them have any Constitutional mandate or legitimate reason for being. (I haven’t finished addressing them all yet; it’s a work in progress.) I submit for your consideration the theory that, with the exception of Defense, most American bureaus at the Federal level are nothing more than Malignant-Outgrowths-Of-Marxism in need of being excised. Our Federal government has no legitimate Constitutional business doing what these agencies are doing, spending what they are spending, taxing what they are taxing, regulating what they are regulating or enforcing what they are enforcing.

Malignant-Outgrowths-Of-Marxism have no ability to refer back to any part of the Constitution, or even to any other writings of the Founders. They were not born of American thought; they are alien ideas. I submit that the single most common source of the very ideas of these agencies, bureaucracies and areas of life under government control is Marx’s Communist Manifesto. And that the next most common source of these ideas morphed out of the larger Marxist ideology that now controls the Democrat Party, the mainstream media and upper academia. Let’s look at a few of them.

Where, if it wasn’t in the original Constitution or anywhere in any of the founding documents or the writings of the founders, did the idea come from for Amendment XVI establishing an income tax, and the IRS? Well, let’s see:

2. A heavy progressive or graduated income tax.
-- Communist Manifesto.
The IRS and the Income Tax – and a blue million special taxes – is a malignant outgrowth of Marxism.

Similarly, neither the Constitution nor the founders ever spoke of any central bank, so where did the idea for the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 come from, establishing The Fed?

5. Centralization of credit in the banks of the state, by means of a national bank with state capital and an exclusive monopoly.
-- Communist Manifesto.
The Fed, and the very idea of any central monopoly on banking or credit, let alone government control of student loans (or any loans) is a malignant outgrowth of Marxism.

We find the same situation with the extra-Constitutional idea of government indoctrination under the title of “public” education. Where exactly did that idea come from?

10. Free education for all children in public schools. Abolition of children's factory labor in its present form. Combination of education with industrial production, etc.
-- Communist Manifesto.
Note that “free” means tax paid. The people pay the taxes, the government spends the taxes. The Department of Education is nothing but another malignant outgrowth of Marxism, and our public schools are nothing but Marxist indoctrination centers.

The whole set of notions under-girding HUD, rent control and rent subsidies, mortgage subsidies, Fannie May, Freddie Mac, etc. – where did all that come from?

1. Abolition of property in land and application of all rents of land to public purposes.
-- Communist Manifesto.
The only question is whether current government direction is creeping or leaping in the direction of total control of housing and real property, as well as credit and financing. This is a multi-faceted and multi-branched malignant outgrowth of Marxism.

And where do you suppose the original idea for the hated “death tax” might have come from?

3. Abolition of all rights of inheritance.
-- Communist Manifesto.
How dare you try to pass the family farm, or your house, or your business, or any money, or anything at all, to your children or heirs, who don’t deserve the inheritance nearly as much as the state deserves it. Inheritance taxes are nothing but another malignant outgrowth of Marxism. ‘

Where did Comrade Obama, peace be upon him, and his Democrat Party get the idea of expropriating and taking control of voting stock in automobile companies and directing corporate strategy in manufacturing, or with the massive taking over of land for government purposes?

7. Extension of factories and instruments of production owned by the state; the bringing into cultivation of waste lands, and the improvement of the soil generally in accordance with a common plan.
-- Communist Manifesto.

In the Professional Liars page I said that the entire SLIMC, and virtually the whole field of journalism today, is predominantly populated by professional liars, and provided my evidences. The mainstream media is so obviously Marxist in ideology, purpose and direction that it is just disgusting to anyone who loves the truth. How did they get this way? I’ve been observing this Marxist slant in news, education and entertainment since I was a little boy, and it began long before then.

6. Centralization of the means of communication and transport in the hands of the state.
-- Communist Manifesto.

Probably the most frequent three lines I have repeated all over this site are the three big sayings of the Marxist ideologue, as follows:

  1. The ends justify the means.
  2. You can’t make an omelet without breaking eggs.
  3. Shut up and get on the cattle car.
Some of you have taken me to task for that, saying I’m going too far, that Marxists (or Progressives, or Leftists, or Liberals, or Democrats) have no such sinister intent. I disagree; they are, after all, Marxists, and here is what Marx had to say about it:
8. Equal obligation of all to work. Establishment of industrial armies, especially for agriculture.
9. Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries; gradual abolition of all the distinction between town and country by a more equable distribution of the populace over the country.
-- Communist Manifesto.
Are you ready to be herded onto the cattle cars yet? This is the direction in which we are headed.

Marxism is a Cancer on Human Society. Marxist, or Leftist, or Progressive, or Liberal, or “Moderate” Republican, or Democrat Party ideology is not just another relatively innocent political view of things. It is, at best, extra-Constitutional, and at worst, purely anti-American. American Congressmen, Senators, Justices, Presidents and Vice Presidents all solemnly swear in their oaths of office to protect and defend our Constitution – as written – against all enemies foreign and domestic. Marxism, in every form, from mildest to wildest, directly opposes our American Constitution and Bill of Rights, and it opposes even our Declaration of Independence.

Marxism is, of its very nature, directly opposed to the American Constitution. It is not possible for any Marxist to swear such an oath of office honestly and honorably. He must either violate his Marxist ideology, or violate his oath of office – one or the other.

The enemy of American ideology is not merely within the gates. The enemy is solidly ensconced, and now even occupying the highest political offices in the land. The current Democrat Party Platform is, in its essence, the Communist Manifesto. Not only will the Obamunists, the rest of the Democrat Party and the “Moderate” Republicans not support a balanced budget, they won’t so much as pass a budget, or bring one into existence for anyone to look at. That’s why we have this “Continuing Resolution” nonsense going on. They fully intend to spend us into economic oblivion.

America is being Sovietized. Soviet is the Russian word for Administrative Committee appointed to handle the details of a project. To be appointed is to be somewhat removed from being representative. American bureaucrats are appointed to handle the details of government projects. A bureau is, in effect, a Soviet. We don’t elect bureaucrats, and they do not represent us. America now has Soviets of Soviets.

An example of a super-Soviet is the so-called Super Committee of Congressmen who will act completely on their own in a completely extra-Constitutional and unrepresentative way, on behalf of the entire Congress, which we may assume is busy taking a nap or something. The Super Committee is doing on its own what the entire Congress is supposed to be doing. The Super Committee is a Soviet, which is to say, it is an unrepresentative, appointed, administrative committee. When they fail to come up with a tiny little cut in the huge imaginary budget (remember, we don’t really have an actual budget) then Comrade Obama, peace be upon him, who holds the national check book, will be allowed to start mothballing multiple aircraft carriers and furloughing the Air Force, wholesale. And he will do it.

Do you begin to see the importance of the 2012 elections, and of the nation surviving at least until January 20, 2013? Just look at the damage a Professional Marxist Revolutionary in the Presidency has already done, in this short span of time. And then just imagine what that same Marxist in that same office might do as a lame duck President with nothing to lose.

I hope you’re fully prepared for troubled times.

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