The Ati-thesis , Marxism

"By that definition, a state capitalist country is one where the government controls the economy and essentially acts like a single huge corporation, extracting the surplus value from the workforce in order to invest it in further production.[3] Friedrich Engels, in Socialism: Utopian and Scientific, argues that state capitalism would be the final stage of capitalism consisting of ownership and management of large-scale production and communication by the bourgeois state.[4]"

Quoted from Wikepedia

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Madison VS Marxism - Part Two James Madison.

Madison VS Marxism -Part One Karl Marx

Like Karl Marx, Madison was born into a wealthy farming family, and like Karl Marx, James Madison took up the cause of the laborers as recorded in various comments that Madison makes about slavery in the Federalist Papers and in letters. In Colonial America of the 1700's, the farm laborers were slaves. Slavery later became an issue of great contention during the framing of the United States Constitution but it was realized that trying to resolve the issue of slavery while trying to bring several states into a union, some of which had economies dependent on slavery was not a viable direction.

Like Karl Marx, Madison was sent to college to study. Madison attended the University now known as Princeton. Unlike Marx, Madison was a diligent and hard working student. Where as Marx became co-president of a drinking society, Madison founded a debating society called the American Whig–Cliosophic Society.  Madison's studies included Latin, Greek, science, geography, mathematics, rhetoric, and philosophy. Madison also  studied law from an interest in public policy, not practice.

After graduation, Madison remained at Princeton to study Hebrew and political philosophy.
While I cannot claim to knowledge of what Madison's study of the Hebrew language entailed, I make note of the fact that both the Greek and Latin languages, which Madison studied as an undergraduate, along with the Hebrew language have codified esoteric meanings derived from ancient symbolic associations between the characters of the alphabet and numbers. The study of these relationships is called gematria and is part of esoteric spiritual wisdom. The Great Seal of the United States is said to be a Masonic symbol de-codified through gematria. However according to the Masonic Society of Pennysylvania the status of Madison and Jefferson as Freemasons remains speculative, none the less there is no doubt that Madison believed in God and that freedom of religion was one of his most vehemently pursued causes.

 The belief in God is a philosophical premise. Either one believes there is a higher power or one doesn't -or takes an agnostic point of view. To either believe in God or to believe in no-God is a fundamental premise that effects all that follows from it. Because our nation was founded by men who believed in a God- and who were primarily Christian, the foundations of our political philosophy are primarily spiritual. Because Marxism is founded by a man who describes himself as an atheist, the foundation of Marxism is materialistic. Atheists say there is nothing after death. In esoteric wisdom "no thing" is a name of God. Even the language signifier conveys a different significance.

Madison's studies in political philosophy must have been historically grounded for he brought a great deal of knowledge of past political systems- particularly pure democracies to the discussions by Publius in The Federalist Papers, precursor to the framing of the United States Constitution

Madison foresaw and feared that political ideology credited to Karl Marx and promoted by Marx's ideological descendent Barack Obama. According to Jack Rakove, director of the American Studies Program at Stanford University.
At the Federal Convention, Madison told his fellow delegates that he foresaw a day when power will slide into the hands" of "those who labour under all the hardships of life, and secretly sigh for a more equal distribution of its blessings." And even if the Constitution succeeded in checking the danger from a dispossessed proletariat, Madison thought that almost any act of legislation or taxation would affect rights of property. "What are many of the most important acts of legislation," he asked in Federalist 10, "but so many judicial determinations . concerning the rights of large bodies of citizens?"
Madison also says this in Federalist Paper #10:

 The diversity in the faculties of men, from which the rights of property originate, is not less an insuperable obstacle to a uniformity of interests. The protection of these faculties is the first object of government. From the protection of different and unequal faculties of acquiring property, the possession of different degrees and kinds of property immediately results; and from the influence of these on the sentiments and views of the respective proprietors, ensues a division of the society into different interests and parties.
So in stressing that the faculties of men are unequal, Madison is talking about individuality and expressing the importance of protecting human individuality as "the first object of government"- the direct opposite of Marx's collectivist approach " in the interest of the immense majority". Federalist Paper #10 by James Madison is concerned with preventing a tyranny by the majority.

Compared this to what  "senior lecturer," at the University of Chicago Law School" Barack Obama said in this 2001 radio interview:
But the Supreme Court never ventured into the issues of redistribution of wealth and sort of more basic issues of political and economic justice in this society. And to that extent as radical as people tried to characterize the Warren court, it wasn’t that radical. It didn’t break free from the essential constraints that were placed by the founding fathers in the Constitution, at least as it’s been interpreted, and the Warren court interpreted it in the same way that generally the Constitution is a charter of negative liberties. It says what the states can’t do to you, it says what the federal government can’t do to you, but it doesn’t say what the federal government or the state government must do on your behalf.
In a 2007 fundraiser Obama claimed "I was a constitutional law professor, which means unlike the current president, I actually respect the Constitution."

We are told that Barack Obama was educated at Harvard and Columbia- America's premier ivy league schools. Are we to believe that a law education at  such schools does not include a study of the political philosophy of the framers of the United States Constitution as recorded in the Federalist Papers- or should we take this apparent ignorance on the part of one of  Chicago University's "senior legal lecturers" as a key as to why Obama's educational records are a ferociously guarded secret? The disconnect between Obama's alleged educational background and his misunderstandings of and/or ignorance of and/or disregard for our founding political philosophy which Obama perpetuates using his claimed educational background as a basis for his authority, leads to speculations that Obama's educational background was "arranged" for him by hidden forces manipulating a  fundamental transformation of the United States of America- as is the story told in this video by a physicist about a dinner conversation he claims to  have been part of in Russia in the 1990's . There is nothing to back up the story beyond the word of  the teller but the plausibility of speculation is measured by the consistency of the parts and if it is consistent within a larger context- which, I submit, is the case when considering the secrecy surrounding Obama's educational records- his disdain for the constitution as been demonstrated on numerous occasions since he made his arguably ignorant remarks about our constitution in the 2001 radio interview, and a plethora of information concerning the soviets intention to fundamentally transform the USA from within.- All theory- but consistent theory, backed up by many stories told from many different sources.

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