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[[File:romans13-3w.jpg|right|450px|thumb|"... nor cause the people to return to [[Egypt]]... forasmuch as the LORD hath said unto you, Ye shall henceforth return no more that way." [[Deuteronomy 17]]:16
 
[[File:romans13-3w.jpg|right|450px|thumb|"... nor cause the people to return to [[Egypt]]... forasmuch as the LORD hath said unto you, Ye shall henceforth return no more that way." [[Deuteronomy 17]]:16
 
: The [[Bondage of Egypt]] was the result of eating at the table of the Pharaoh and going into debt where a portion of your labor belonged to the State. This is because the table of the authoritarian State is a '''[[Snare]]'''. Returning to the '''[[Bondage of Egypt]]''' is when the people are again ''entangled in the [[elements]] of the [[world]]'' and returning to [[The mire]]. An ancient way to [[Employ|enslave]] a nation of people is to tempt them to with the [[covetous practices]] of [[socialism]] which that makes them [[merchandise]] and [[curse children|curses their children]]. This new status brought them into what was called [[Corvee]]  bringing them under [[tribute]]. How it works is explained in: '''[http://www.hisholychurch.org/study/gods/cog4eve.php Employ vs Enslave]'''. [[Seek]]ing the [[kingdom of God]] is following the [[righteous]] [[The Way|Way]] of Christ and the [[perfect law of liberty]].]]
 
: The [[Bondage of Egypt]] was the result of eating at the table of the Pharaoh and going into debt where a portion of your labor belonged to the State. This is because the table of the authoritarian State is a '''[[Snare]]'''. Returning to the '''[[Bondage of Egypt]]''' is when the people are again ''entangled in the [[elements]] of the [[world]]'' and returning to [[The mire]]. An ancient way to [[Employ|enslave]] a nation of people is to tempt them to with the [[covetous practices]] of [[socialism]] which that makes them [[merchandise]] and [[curse children|curses their children]]. This new status brought them into what was called [[Corvee]]  bringing them under [[tribute]]. How it works is explained in: '''[http://www.hisholychurch.org/study/gods/cog4eve.php Employ vs Enslave]'''. [[Seek]]ing the [[kingdom of God]] is following the [[righteous]] [[The Way|Way]] of Christ and the [[perfect law of liberty]].]]
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== Corvee ==
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“Slaves never became an important ingredient of Egyptian civilization. The large subject population and enforceable ''corvée system'' - by which serfs had to work temporarily as slaves - made a permanent force of slaves unnecessary.” History of Slavery, Susan Everett
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Corvée, or statute labour, is unpaid labour imposed by the state on certain classes of people for the performance of work on public projects. The obligation of corvée work by tenants or residents on private landed estates has been widespread throughout history. The corvée was the earliest and most extensive form of taxation, which can be traced back to the beginning of civilization.[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corv%C3%A9e] The Israelite people were in a [[Corvee]] system used by Egyptians.
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“Whatever day makes man a slave, takes half his worth away.” Homer - Odyssey. Bk.XVII. L.392. Pope’s trans.<Br>
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But this would mean, '''“Whatever day takes half his worth away, makes a man a slave.”'''
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{{#ev:youtube|Vuz-hFKM_Ts|320|right|[[Employ]] vs Enslave, SS  Video Series 7-10 7:28}}<Br>
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== Social insurance ==
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In order to get people to sign up for a corvee system there usually needs to be the appearance of an advantage to the members.
  
 
Social insurance was not an American invention. For the most part, it was a Continental innovation, appearing first in Europe in the late 19th century. some 20 nations around the world already had such a program in place, and another 30 or more had introduced at least one other social insurance program. Contributory Social Insurance programs first began as early as 1900 in parts of Australia. thy were limited in scope until the late 1920s.
 
Social insurance was not an American invention. For the most part, it was a Continental innovation, appearing first in Europe in the late 19th century. some 20 nations around the world already had such a program in place, and another 30 or more had introduced at least one other social insurance program. Contributory Social Insurance programs first began as early as 1900 in parts of Australia. thy were limited in scope until the late 1920s.
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This new idea of a government run [[social security]] system began in Austria shortly after the 1938 Anschluss thanks to Hitler's progressive approach. In America a similar system was established by [[FDR|President Roosevelt]] on August 14, 1935. Thousands of years earlier the [[Pharaoh]] and Joseph set up a similar system in [[Egypt]]. That system allowed all the citizens of a country to literally be '''[[Employ]]ed''' by the State. In Egypt Joseph limited the share of labor that the state could take to only 1/5 of the annual labor of the people and it was called the [[bondage of Egypt]]. That amounted to 20% of an individuals labor was taken from the people to support the [[welfare]] system provided by the State.
 
This new idea of a government run [[social security]] system began in Austria shortly after the 1938 Anschluss thanks to Hitler's progressive approach. In America a similar system was established by [[FDR|President Roosevelt]] on August 14, 1935. Thousands of years earlier the [[Pharaoh]] and Joseph set up a similar system in [[Egypt]]. That system allowed all the citizens of a country to literally be '''[[Employ]]ed''' by the State. In Egypt Joseph limited the share of labor that the state could take to only 1/5 of the annual labor of the people and it was called the [[bondage of Egypt]]. That amounted to 20% of an individuals labor was taken from the people to support the [[welfare]] system provided by the State.
  
Corvée, or statute labour, is unpaid labour imposed by the state on certain classes of people for the performance of work on public projects. The obligation of corvée work by tenants or residents on private landed estates has been widespread throughout history. The corvée was the earliest and most extensive form of taxation, which can be traced back to the beginning of civilization.[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corv%C3%A9e] The Israelite people were in a [[Corvee]] system used by Egyptians.
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Some times there is a famine and to get help a ruler will set up a system like that in [[Egypt]] set up by Joseph for the [[Pharaoh]]. He put a ceiling limit of 20%. Other systems are not limited as to the amount and some systems borrow what is needed and the people may become a [[surety]] for the debt.
  
{{#ev:youtube|Vuz-hFKM_Ts|320|right|[[Employ]] vs Enslave, SS Video Series 7-10 7:28}}<Br>
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== No value ==
  
The move to a monetary economy and modern federal employee identification instead of moving to a work camp of government workers all workers work at their regular job but the funds that would have been paid to the laborer are diverted by federal employers.
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In Egypt gold was removed from the people and they used something as money that had no value except within their system. The Spartan also saw private wealth as the enemy of the state and only had lead money. The people needed to be in debt with no accumulation of real wealth or [[real money]] where they might be able to pay their debt and buy their freedom. They could have [[Legal title|legal tender but not lawful money]].
  
In this way everyone works without pay for a period of time and there pay goes to pay for government services. But because the government pays for services with borrowed funds the worker is actually working merely to pay the interest on loans from bankers or bankers bankers. In this way the modern tax system more closely resembles the corvee systems of unpaid labor imposed by the state on classes in society.
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The move to a fiat monetary economy and modern ''federal employee'' identification number makes it possible to have a more diversified work force. Instead of moving people to a work camp of government workers all workers labor at their regular job under the authority of someone who as a Federal Employer Identification Number (EIN). That employer sends the funds that they could have been paid to the laborer to the Federal government. The value of his labor is diverted by federal employers so that if an individual works 10 hours, they will only be paid for some of those hours. Other term for this may include [[Social Security]] tax, income tax, or[[tribute]].
  
Because the source of the loans to create the monetary system and therefore the debts of whole nations the interest paid by the labor of individual registered workers is actually used to increase private estates of the wealthy.
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In this way everyone works at their regular jobs without pay for a period of time each hour of each day and what would have gone into their pockets now is, in theory, sent to fund the government in the construction of infrastructure or for providing other government services. In this way the modern tax system more closely resembles the corvee systems of unpaid labor imposed by the state on classes within society.
  
The people no longer had an exclusive right to their labor. In fact, as collateral for debt of the government they were also [[surety]] for the debts of the government.
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In the modern times since almost all governments borrow their operating funds more often what is taken from its members is only used to pay the interest on the staggering and an ever increasing debt of the government.  
  
Marxism is a political and economic way of organizing society, where the workers own the means of production. Socialism is a way of organizing a society in which the means of production are owned and controlled by the proletariat. Marx proposed that this was the next necessary step in the progress of history.
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So, because the government pays for services provided for with borrowed funds the worker is actually perpetually working merely to pay the interest on ever loans from "the bankers' banker", like the Federal Reserve.
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The [[Social Security|individual registered workers]] are actually]] employed in the [[bondage of Egypt]] without the 20% ceiling imposed by Joseph.
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== Right to Labor ==
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The people in [[Egypt]] no longer had an exclusive right to their labor for they have been [[employ]]ed by the State. In fact, as collateral for debt of the government, they were also [[surety]] for the debts of the government.
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'''“The man who gives me employment, which I must have or suffer, that man is my master, let me call him what I will.”''' Henry George - Social Problems, Ch. V.
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There are a variety of ways people are persuaded to sign away their right to their labor. A number of philosophies and ideologies have arisen under different names but all of them take society in the same direction.
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Marxism is a political and economic way of organizing society, where the workers own the means of production. [[Socialism]] is a way of organizing a society in which the means of production are owned and controlled by the proletariat. Marx proposed that this was the next necessary step in the progress of history.
  
 
To say Marxism "evolved" is like saying a cancer evolved.
 
To say Marxism "evolved" is like saying a cancer evolved.
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Marx summarized his philosophy in the simple phrase: “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.”
 
Marx summarized his philosophy in the simple phrase: “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.”
The question remaims who decides the “from” and who should decide the legitimacy of a “need”?
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The question remains who decides the “from” and who should decide the legitimacy of a “need”?
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Since, “Freedom is the Right to Choose, the Right to create for oneself the alternatives of Choice. Without the possibility of Choice, and the exercise of Choice, a man is not a man but a member, an instrument, a thing”, then you cannot have Marxism unless you take choice from the individual, making the man less a person and more a thing.
 
Since, “Freedom is the Right to Choose, the Right to create for oneself the alternatives of Choice. Without the possibility of Choice, and the exercise of Choice, a man is not a man but a member, an instrument, a thing”, then you cannot have Marxism unless you take choice from the individual, making the man less a person and more a thing.
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Marxism by its nature is the end of the natural right to choose and freedom itself. In Marxism man becomes an instrument, a thing and little more than a means of production and a resource.
 
Marxism by its nature is the end of the natural right to choose and freedom itself. In Marxism man becomes an instrument, a thing and little more than a means of production and a resource.
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It is bad enough in the nature of Marxism a man looses his liberty but in his desire to benefit at his comrades expense he also forfeits his soul with the loss of his humanity.
 
It is bad enough in the nature of Marxism a man looses his liberty but in his desire to benefit at his comrades expense he also forfeits his soul with the loss of his humanity.
  
 
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Marxism, [[Communism]], [[Socialism]] and other economic and political systems depend for their legitimacy on some of the same arguments of justification.
 
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Marxism, [[Socialism]] and other economic and political systems depend for their legitimacy on some of the same arguments of justification.
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By their nature the must take some of the power of choice away from the individual as we can see in the summary of the Marxists ideology:
 
By their nature the must take some of the power of choice away from the individual as we can see in the summary of the Marxists ideology:
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These system and the men who rule in them call themselves [[benefactors]] but exercise authority one over the other. The [[free bread]] they provide will make the people [[merchandise]] and [[curse children]]. The [[warnings]] by [[Polybius|historians]] and [[prophets]] are abundant but the people return to [[the Mire]].
 
These system and the men who rule in them call themselves [[benefactors]] but exercise authority one over the other. The [[free bread]] they provide will make the people [[merchandise]] and [[curse children]]. The [[warnings]] by [[Polybius|historians]] and [[prophets]] are abundant but the people return to [[the Mire]].
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Latest revision as of 22:49, 21 May 2020

"... nor cause the people to return to Egypt... forasmuch as the LORD hath said unto you, Ye shall henceforth return no more that way." Deuteronomy 17:16 : The Bondage of Egypt was the result of eating at the table of the Pharaoh and going into debt where a portion of your labor belonged to the State. This is because the table of the authoritarian State is a Snare. Returning to the Bondage of Egypt is when the people are again entangled in the elements of the world and returning to The mire. An ancient way to enslave a nation of people is to tempt them to with the covetous practices of socialism which that makes them merchandise and curses their children. This new status brought them into what was called Corvee bringing them under tribute. How it works is explained in: Employ vs Enslave. Seeking the kingdom of God is following the righteous Way of Christ and the perfect law of liberty.




Corvee

“Slaves never became an important ingredient of Egyptian civilization. The large subject population and enforceable corvée system - by which serfs had to work temporarily as slaves - made a permanent force of slaves unnecessary.” History of Slavery, Susan Everett

Corvée, or statute labour, is unpaid labour imposed by the state on certain classes of people for the performance of work on public projects. The obligation of corvée work by tenants or residents on private landed estates has been widespread throughout history. The corvée was the earliest and most extensive form of taxation, which can be traced back to the beginning of civilization.[1] The Israelite people were in a Corvee system used by Egyptians.

“Whatever day makes man a slave, takes half his worth away.” Homer - Odyssey. Bk.XVII. L.392. Pope’s trans.
But this would mean, “Whatever day takes half his worth away, makes a man a slave.”

Employ vs Enslave, SS Video Series 7-10 7:28


Social insurance

In order to get people to sign up for a corvee system there usually needs to be the appearance of an advantage to the members.

Social insurance was not an American invention. For the most part, it was a Continental innovation, appearing first in Europe in the late 19th century. some 20 nations around the world already had such a program in place, and another 30 or more had introduced at least one other social insurance program. Contributory Social Insurance programs first began as early as 1900 in parts of Australia. thy were limited in scope until the late 1920s.

This new idea of a government run social security system began in Austria shortly after the 1938 Anschluss thanks to Hitler's progressive approach. In America a similar system was established by President Roosevelt on August 14, 1935. Thousands of years earlier the Pharaoh and Joseph set up a similar system in Egypt. That system allowed all the citizens of a country to literally be Employed by the State. In Egypt Joseph limited the share of labor that the state could take to only 1/5 of the annual labor of the people and it was called the bondage of Egypt. That amounted to 20% of an individuals labor was taken from the people to support the welfare system provided by the State.

Some times there is a famine and to get help a ruler will set up a system like that in Egypt set up by Joseph for the Pharaoh. He put a ceiling limit of 20%. Other systems are not limited as to the amount and some systems borrow what is needed and the people may become a surety for the debt.

No value

In Egypt gold was removed from the people and they used something as money that had no value except within their system. The Spartan also saw private wealth as the enemy of the state and only had lead money. The people needed to be in debt with no accumulation of real wealth or real money where they might be able to pay their debt and buy their freedom. They could have legal tender but not lawful money.

The move to a fiat monetary economy and modern federal employee identification number makes it possible to have a more diversified work force. Instead of moving people to a work camp of government workers all workers labor at their regular job under the authority of someone who as a Federal Employer Identification Number (EIN). That employer sends the funds that they could have been paid to the laborer to the Federal government. The value of his labor is diverted by federal employers so that if an individual works 10 hours, they will only be paid for some of those hours. Other term for this may include Social Security tax, income tax, ortribute.

In this way everyone works at their regular jobs without pay for a period of time each hour of each day and what would have gone into their pockets now is, in theory, sent to fund the government in the construction of infrastructure or for providing other government services. In this way the modern tax system more closely resembles the corvee systems of unpaid labor imposed by the state on classes within society.

In the modern times since almost all governments borrow their operating funds more often what is taken from its members is only used to pay the interest on the staggering and an ever increasing debt of the government.

So, because the government pays for services provided for with borrowed funds the worker is actually perpetually working merely to pay the interest on ever loans from "the bankers' banker", like the Federal Reserve. [[ The individual registered workers are actually]] employed in the bondage of Egypt without the 20% ceiling imposed by Joseph.

Right to Labor

The people in Egypt no longer had an exclusive right to their labor for they have been employed by the State. In fact, as collateral for debt of the government, they were also surety for the debts of the government.

“The man who gives me employment, which I must have or suffer, that man is my master, let me call him what I will.” Henry George - Social Problems, Ch. V.

There are a variety of ways people are persuaded to sign away their right to their labor. A number of philosophies and ideologies have arisen under different names but all of them take society in the same direction.

Marxism is a political and economic way of organizing society, where the workers own the means of production. Socialism is a way of organizing a society in which the means of production are owned and controlled by the proletariat. Marx proposed that this was the next necessary step in the progress of history.

To say Marxism "evolved" is like saying a cancer evolved. Man is an individual product of creation, and a singular means of production of creation with a natural right to choose. But as a human, and a member of mankind, he must care about his fellowman's rights as much as his own.

Marx summarized his philosophy in the simple phrase: “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.” The question remains who decides the “from” and who should decide the legitimacy of a “need”?

Since, “Freedom is the Right to Choose, the Right to create for oneself the alternatives of Choice. Without the possibility of Choice, and the exercise of Choice, a man is not a man but a member, an instrument, a thing”, then you cannot have Marxism unless you take choice from the individual, making the man less a person and more a thing.

Marxism by its nature is the end of the natural right to choose and freedom itself. In Marxism man becomes an instrument, a thing and little more than a means of production and a resource.

It is bad enough in the nature of Marxism a man looses his liberty but in his desire to benefit at his comrades expense he also forfeits his soul with the loss of his humanity.

Marxism, Communism, Socialism and other economic and political systems depend for their legitimacy on some of the same arguments of justification.

By their nature the must take some of the power of choice away from the individual as we can see in the summary of the Marxists ideology:

  • “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.”

Man in his natural state may live by, “From each according to his ability and his free choice, to each according to his needs according to love and mercy of the individual.”

By contrast, socialism in theory is based on the idea that people will be compensated at some future date based on their level of individual contribution to the economy. I truth that is not the way the system are created.

Like the Pharaoh in an age gone by these systems inevitably require people to make bricks with little or no straw.[1]

These system and the men who rule in them call themselves benefactors but exercise authority one over the other. The free bread they provide will make the people merchandise and curse children. The warnings by historians and prophets are abundant but the people return to the Mire.


Public and private alms-giving

Neither the Constitution nor the government it created made America great.

Those who have the eyes for the offices of power cannot see where they are going for they do not understand that "the love of power is the demon of men".[2]

"Let them alone: they be blind leaders of the blind. And if the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch." Matthew 15:14

Almost 200 year ago the solutions to liberty were well practiced and known if not understood by all. This was because 2000 years ago Jesus gave us the answer which was living by love, not force and many who made it to America could not have survived with out submission to His Way. While all the prophets told us the same thing more recently Alexis de Tocqueville expressed clearly that at least one thing was key to the American greatness he observed:

  • "[I]ndividual alms-giving established valuable ties between the rich and the poor. The deed itself involves the giver in the fate of the one whose poverty he has undertaken to alleviate. The latter, supported by aid which he had no right to demand and which he had no hope to getting, feels inspired by gratitude. A moral tie is established between those two classes whose interests and passions so often conspire to separate them from each other, and although divided by circumstance they are willingly reconciled." Alexis de Tocqueville, the author of "Democracy in America".

Moses' nation of Israel was supported by freewill offerings of the people through a network of voluntary actions and contributions to ministers, called Levites, who met basic requirements laid out in the scriptures. There were no compelled taxes until after the people went against the wisdom and warnings of God and elected a ruler in 1 Samuel 8.

The free nation generated by the unselfish generosity of the people in a daily ministration of charity can maintain liberty because society is united by their unselfish practices and remain strong and viable. Strangers and pilgrims tried a common warehouse according to the socialist ideology of from each according to their need and to each according to their need. They quickly understood that "legal charity" they tried at New Plymouth and Jamestown undermined society and brought famine and death. Fortunately, they quickly applied the principle of 2 Thessalonians 3:10 "For even when we were with you, this we commanded you, that if any would not work, neither should he eat."

Alexis de Tocqueville continued clarifying the important distinction between individual alms-giving and what he calls legal charity or Public alms:

  • "This is not the case with legal charity. The latter allows the alms to persist but removes its morality. The law strips the man of wealth of a part of his surplus without consulting him, and he sees the poor man only as a greedy stranger invited by the legislator to share his wealth. The poor man, on the other hand, feels no gratitude for a benefit that no one can refuse him and that could not satisfy him in any case. Public alms guarantee life but do not make it happier or more comfortable than individual alms-giving; legal charity does not thereby eliminate wealth or poverty in society. One class still views the world with fear and loathing while the other regards its misfortune with despair and envy. Far from uniting these two rival nations, who have existed since the beginning of the world and who are called the rich and poor, into a single people, it breaks the only link which could be established between them. It ranges each one under a banner, tallies them, and, bringing them face to face, prepares them for combat." Alexis de Tocqueville, the author of "Democracy in America".

Moral test

Only a moral society can remain a free society. The most ancient test for morality is do the people equally care about their neighbor as much as they care about themaelves?

In America back the 17' and 1800s the top schools, like Harvard and Princeton,  were available for rich and poor. It was written into many college charters that no one was turned away because of poverty. Alexis Tocqueville came to America in the 1800 s to discover the cause of its success.

"Americans group together to hold fêtes, found seminaries, build inns, construct churches, distribute books, dispatch missionaries... They establish hospitals, prisons, schools by the same method." He also wrote, "I have seen Americans making great and sincere sacrifices for the key common good and a hundred times I have noticed that, when needs be, they almost always gave each other faithful support" (Tocqueville 1840,).

So, America rose not out of government but it  was all done through charitable association.

Local schools, roads and hospitals and asylums were built by the militia and through charitable contributions. The militia was "every able bodied male between 17 and 45" both rich and poor.

There was little or no class struggle in most of America. At the beginning of the twentieth century Americans began to move away from those moral practices of charity that brought them together in many areas of life and either through apathy or ambition looked more to government and less to one another.

Without the daily practice of charity a move toward force as means of a social safety net will be inevitable.


If Austria or any people were already in a moral decline with a divided educational system and resorting to government force was the only path they were willing to select they have already sealed their fate. It may have been comfortable but not righteous. It may satisfy today's needs but things will change and the prophecy of Polybius, the historian of historians, will repeat itself.

Choose Charity

The reason  Americans vote against universal healthcare is because some of them still understand that universal healthcare is universal force and the centralization of power and the loss of individual choice. They know this leads to despotism and tyranny by appealing to our own beast nature so that we become willing to take a bite out of our neighbor's or even our children's future paycheck to obtain benefits today.

The Bible, which has been one of the great moral compass of history calls these benefits]] the wages of unrighteousness.

This American movement toward socialism over the last 100 years has allowed the nation to be divided into two divisions, those who have eyes to see and ears to hear and those who do not.

Like Polybius correctly foretold over 2000 years ago it degenerates the people over time into "perfect savages" once they become accustomed to living at the expense of others.

Obviously some do not want universal healthcare because there will be an increase in taxation and some also know that the quality and availability of care will go down.

Unquestionably, statistics show that conservatives are far more generous when it comes to giving to charity out of their own pockets and liberals are far more generous in giving out of someone else's pockets.

The United States ranks in the top three countries of the world on the charitable index with Myanmar and Australia. Sweden and Austria ranking in at 25th and 30th respectively because they have turned to accepting the covetous practices of Socialism over private and individual charity. Venezuela  and Russia who take the 117th and 126th places respectively show us what direction societies and nations are headed in when they go the way of the socialist State.

Others like Dr. Nesbit associate professor of public administration and policy at the University of Georgia will argue that “The evidence shows that private philanthropy can’t compensate for the loss of government provision.” While she will readily admit that Republicans prefer to “provide for the collective good through private institutions" Dr. Nesbit went on to say, "It’s not equal. What government can put into these things is so much more than what we see through private philanthropy." But what the good Doctor and people fail to realize is that government only puts into universal healthcare what it takes by force from others. This makes the State stronger and the people morally weaker. And because all governments of the world borrow from future generations to provide a plethora of benefits these system of "legal charity" curse children.

Footnotes

Socialist
Socialism | Not so Secure Socialism | Welfare_types | Bread and circuses | Dialectic |
Liberalism | Classical liberalism | Transcendentalist | Deist | Social contract |
Polybius | Plutarch | Corban | Perfect law of liberty | Perfect savages |
Lady Godiva | Nimrod | Corvee | Nicolaitan | Benefactors | Fathers | Citizen‎ |
Section 666 | Mark of the Beast | Christian conflict | Diocletianic Persecution | Mystery Babylon |
Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark | Community | Was Jesus a socialist |
I paid in | Goats_and_Sheep | Shepherds | Free Keys | Why Socialism |
Roots of the Welfare State | Cloward-Piven Strategy | Rules For Radicals | Communist Manifesto |
[Live as if the state does not exist]] | Departed | Authority | James Scott | Guru theories | Larken Rose |
Capitalism | Covet | Dominionism | Weightier matters | FEMA | Network

See also:

Chapter 4. of the book The Covenants of the gods Employ vs Enslave

Audio http://keysofthekingdom.info/COG-04.mp3
Text http://www.hisholychurch.org/study/gods/cog4eve.php

Employ vs Enslave, SS Video Series 7-10 7:28 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vuz-hFKM_Ts

Video Links
Slave to Salvation Series | Nimrod to Now Series | UNC Interview Series | YouTube |


Benefactors | Fathers | Conscripted fathers | Pater Patriae‎ | Patronus |
Rome vs US | Gods | Imperial Cult of Rome | Apotheos | Supreme being |
Corvee | Employ | Corban | Christian conflict | Merchandise | Bondage |
Citizen | Protection | Birth registration | Mark of the Beast | Undocumented |
Religion | Public religion | Pure Religion | False religion | Cult | Tesserae |
Covetous Practices | If I were the devil | Biting one another | Cry out


  1. Exodus 5:7 Ye shall no more give the people straw to make brick, as heretofore: let them go and gather straw for themselves.
  2. "Not necessity, not desire - no, the love of power is the demon of men. Let them have everything - health, food, a place to live, entertainment - they are and remain unhappy and low-spirited: for the demon waits and waits and will be satisfied." Friedrich Nietzsche