By Berit Kjos
Remember the Communitarian THREE-LEGGED STOOL: A mandatory partnership between the public sector (government), private sector (business), and social sector (community, churches, schools, etc.) — managed through Global Standards and laws established by national and international governments. This Communitarian system is fast leading the masses into a web of control involving food, health care (mental as well as physical), beliefs, values, education, lifestyles, business, etc.
It’s not quite Communism.
It’s certainly not American Capitalism!
It is (blow the trumpets) Communitarianism! The Third Way! And it changes everything, just as our president promised.
Daniel Henninger illustrates this new system well in his recent Wall Street Journal article titled “Obama’s Business Buyout”:
“It made perfect sense for President Obama to speak yesterday to the Business Roundtable. Businesses big and small could use a pep talk just now…. But instead of giving a speech about reviving business confidence in the economy, Mr. Obama gave a speech about reviving business confidence in him.
“The evening before this speech, Mr. Obama held a small White House dinner for some CEOs from household-name corporations, such as AT&T, Xerox, State Farm, Verizon, PepsiCo and GE. The reason for a linen-tablecloth dinner followed by a big speech to really big business is the White House has concluded it is wrongly seen as anti-business.
“I agree. This White House is pro-business. In fact, it’s so pro-business it’s proposing a virtual merger with the private sector. Ladies and gentlemen of the business community, meet your new partner—Uncle Sam.
“Under the terms of the proposed deal, the White House will drive the locomotive of the American economy and U.S. business will ride in the passenger cars. You’re being told to get over it.”
No longer will American freedom, initiative, incentive and common sense inspire new ideas, build new companies, multiply jobs and reward hard work. As President Obama (an Alinsky disciple and a former member of the Marxist “New Party”) explained,
“For the better part of three decades, a disproportionate share of the nation’s wealth has been accumulated by the wealthy. Technological advances and growing global competition, while transforming whole industries—and birthing new ones—has accentuated the trend toward rising inequality.”
“I take this to mean,” wrote Mr. Henniger, “that while the tax and economic policies of the past four presidencies worked for the economy—birthing whole industries—it was bad for society as Mr. Obama understands it.”
That’s scary. While Mr. Obama assured his listeners that this new policy is not a “government takeover,” he has something even worse in mind. It could even “work” in a twisted sort of way. The government may own GM, but it won’t own everything. Instead, it will control, tax and manipulate everything. That means it can crush or strengthen any company at will. It’s far easier to give the commands when it’s free from the responsibilities of actual ownership. Click here to continue reading.