The Ten Planks of the Communist Manifesto 1848 by Karl Heinrich Marx

Ludwig von Mises: Many (without knowing it) are under the sway of the Communist Manifesto

 

The Christian in today’s world

 

After Constantine the church became the chaplain of empire; but Jesus said My Kingdom is not of this world

 

Book: The Politics of Obedience: The Discourse of Voluntary Servitude (The great mystery: why we obey the state)

 

Friedrich Nietzsch—“God is dead”—what did he mean; and have we been mislead?

 

Judgment Against the Dollar And the Words of God

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“So, is the U.S. a “free country” today?  Hardly!  Not compared to what it once was.  Yet, very few Americans today challenge these Marxist institutions, and there are virtually no politicians calling for their repeal or even gradual phase-out.”

WEBSITE FOR THE TEN PLANKS OF COMMUNISM:

http://laissez-fairerepublic.com/tenplanks.html

SEE:

Hegel  –  founder of the Hegelian Dialectic 

THE MODERN STATE TAKES ITS STAND AS GOD ON EARTH

The State is the reality of the kingdom of heaven.” —–

Armed with such a philosophy and with such a philosopher, the modern state would take its divinely appointed stand at the height of history and civilization, as God on earth. Thus, “The modern State, proving the reality of political community, when comprehended philosophically, could therefore be seen as the highest articulation of Spirit, or God in the contemporary world.” The state, then, is “a supreme manifestation of the activity of God in the world,” and, “the State stands above all; it is Spirit which knows itself as the universal essence and reality“; and, “The State is the reality of the kingdom of heaven.” And finally, “The State is God’s Will.”

Hegel: The State as God’s Will

 

Hegel: The State as God’s Will—Rothbard

 

What is HEGELIAN DIALECTIC? What does HEGELIAN DIALECTIC mean? HEGELIAN DIALECTIC meaning

 

Cloward Piven and the Hegelian Dialectic–What Runs the World

 

Karl Marx and the Great Socialist Revival—James Bovard

 

Marx—Dialectical Materialism

 

Dialectical Materialism

 

The Fantasy Behind Marx’s Historical Materialism–Rothbard

 

Historical Materialism

 

The State is the Religion of the Hidden Corpse

 

Progressives saw great national undertakings through agents who appreciate the glory of public service doing God’s work because church and state are as one

 

“Man cannot grasp either the concept of absolute nothingness or that of the genesis of something out of nothing. The very idea of creation transcends his comprehension. The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob…is a living image and has a clear and definite meaning for the faithful believer. But the philosophers in their endeavors…”–Mises

 

Before progressives; Humanity was exalted above human institutions, man was held superior to the State, and universal brotherhood supplanted the ideals of national power and glory. These eighteenth-century ideas were the soil in which modern Liberalism (before its meaning was changed) flourished