Who The Falk Is Amitai Etzioni?
By Niki Raapana
There's a consistent pattern of behavior among Americans studying the NWO that defies explanation. It's as if there is one set of topics open to debate, and there's another set of topics that are closed to any public discussion. The number of Americans who publically address the communitarian philosophy or acknowledge global-to-local communitarian law can be counted on one hand. The rest of the anti-NWO "activist community" continues to ignore or minimize the verifiable bureaucratic and judicial structure for the emerging world government.
Why do so many Americans studying the emerging supra-national world government put their focus on only the branches of the communitarian tree? Some study the Bilderbergs, many study Illuminatti, others the Zionists, others the UN and it's related programs, and some tie these all together under the British Royal Family. But they all stop short of identifying the NWO philosophy or the NWO legal structure (which has established case law already on record in the EU, the USSR and China). This is why the Americans have lost their nation forever, and no amount of scoffing, sneering, crying, yelling or finger pointing can change the fact that the US Constitution has been slowly replaced with illegal Communitarian Values.
The Obama administration is entirely communitarian. For months now I've read article after article from former Obama supporters who are having second thoughts based on everything except Obama's committment to advancing communitarianism in the United States. Hundreds of writers artfully deflect any attention towards Obama's verifiable past. Their role seems to be to keep America focused only on the NWO's pre-planned areas of discrepancy.
Thousands of Hegelian arguments grow and circulate endlessly, leading all duped sides into eventually capitulating to what was the ultimate goal all along. Hegelian arguments steer Americans, not only in useless circles, but into a deep dark pit that lurks just beneath every smiling face promising to bring Americans peace and "change." The communitarian mantra is "change," but that fact was never important enough to bring to the American's attention. Nor was the fact that Obama's Harvard Law School application was signed by a leading communitarian thinker considered worthy of an article or two.
Communitarian Platform signer Professor John McNight even made a youtube video of his mentorship of Obama's community activism and his prominent role in advancing Obama's political career. McNight's Institute for Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ilinois was one of the first places I learned how communitarian thinking and terminology are being introduced around the world. McNight's Workbook for "Mapping and Mobilizing Community Capacity" is the more invasive version of the US Census's new American Community Survey. The communitarians planned to rebuild America, house by house, block by block, town by town, and the way they planned to do it was to put every American's private life into their GIS map. Now the communitarians have their new census, and it comes into our homes with the full force of US communitarian law behind it.
By 1999, when I first became aware of the plan, hundreds of communitarian books, essays and articles had already been written and circulated among upper academia. The communitarian philosophy had also already permeated every local government agency in Seattle, Washington. Communitarian terms were thrown around regularly at public meetings and written into neighborhood plans. Seattle Police Department (SPD) had already changed their mission statement to communitarian terminology, openly stating their number one goal was to promote livability and quality of life. Invasive federalized police actions used to implement portions of the global neighbohood plans were cloaked in communitarian objectives to rebuild a safer and healthier community. Friendly, neighborly, cute COPS on bikes became the communitarian logo.
Everyone involved in civic life seemed to be making money on the communitarian bandwagon. Freemasons around the country began organizing themselves around community development groups whose sole purpose was to introduce communitarian land use regulations. Church officials affiliated with the World Council of Churches openly declared themselves as spiritual adherants to the new global sustainable philosophy. Pope John Paul wrote a vision of building a more spiritual communitarian world. Other less known and new groups became part and parcel of the communitarian changes, with groups like Sustainable Seattle created before the Rio conference in 1992 where sustainability was the primary topic. That the Director of the Seattle Department of Design, Construction and Land Use (DCLU) was also on the Board of Directors of Sustainable Seattle (and a presenter at Rio) was never a concern of the lesser agencies following the DCLU's lead in reorganizing Seattle neighborhoods under communitarian regulations.
Ten years ago we learned we were "human research subjects" in a global Community Oriented Policing (COPS) and sustainable development pilot project. The pilot test had several sub-tests included, most notably COMPASS, the NIJ's COPS GIS database used for Community Mapping, Planning, Analysis and Safety Strategies in our neighborhood. Files on residents were kept by Community Service Officers whose job was to "identify all the players." The bigger international plan for completely modifiying human behaviors was tested in several cities and rural areas across the United States. Each area tried different ways to get around the 4th Amendment, an "identified barrier to the plan." (SPD Chief Norm Stamper 1996)
A "necessary" communitarian assumption of power over all national resources was the official explanation for making such drastic changes to US property and privacy law. One of the first things I learned when I started to study the plans was that I, along with all the other human beings on the planet, was identified as a "resource" in all their planning documents. The very idea that somebody said I was merely a resource to be harvested like a tree or a fish was so insulting I had to know what they had to back that statement up.
What I found was a virtual library of published works defining the communitarian's plan for changing the world. I'm not referring to the Communist Manifesto here either, communism, like capitalism, is but a branch on the communitarian tree. Obama is not a communist, and even if he were you could never prove it. Nobody knows for sure where he was born or can show documents proving he's a clone of an Eqyptian Pharoh. What can be easily verified is that Obama is a communitarian, and that's the one topic that remains unspoken before the huddled US masses.
Ten years ago I still believed in the economic principles that established the United States. There's no hope left in me that the Americans will somehow stop the communitarians from stealing their national economy. The majority of America still thinks the communitarian's global agenda is nothing but a stupid conspiracy theory, and most of the 222 people who joined my Stop UN Local Agenda 21 group on Facebook are from Eastern Europe. (The majority of our book sales for 2020: Our Common Destiny are outside the US.) Lately it appears the communitarians have implanted the idea that their publically available blueprints for a global government are a conspiracy.
Every day now we get hits at the ACL from people around the world searching for the "Agenda 21 conspiracy." But apparently not everyone is as gullible as the Americans. I may not be invited or sponsored to give talks on communitarian philosophy and law at American conferences (especially the ones using the word "freedom"), but I have been asked by local government officials in South Africa if I hold internet seminars or would be willing to come there. The boys at Stop Common Purpose in London had no trouble understanding that communitarianism was the basis for the program they oppose. Paul Barnes in Canada immediately recognized communitarianism in the programs and policies in his home nation. What's the big barrier to American patriots and truthers... the truth?
There's a part of me now that is ashamed of myself for devoting ten years to defending the US Constitution against seditious communitarianism. I've been able to hold my head up in spite of the ravages ten years of poverty brings on, because in my heart I knew I was fighting a just war that had to be fought. Somewhere along the way I accepted America will end up a slave population to international communitarian masters. My slavish devotion to insisting US legal principles trumph communitarian justice was naive.
Our people already capitulate to every demand the communitarians make, so who and what exactly was I defending? And this whole "I got my gun" defense that I hear and see written so much now is driving me bonkers. Armed resistance is written into their scenario; it's a Hegelian tool. Fabians, Mossad, CIA, HS, FEMA, NORTHCOM, DEA, SWAT, ACT, COPS et. al. are trained to instigate it. Hegel, the grandfather of communitarianism (Etzioni is the "father") said the best way to help humanity is via violence. If we knew that, would our people still think arming themselves was the best defense they could come up with? This was always a war of wits and words, not bullets. Far too many of our people are blind and arrogant enough to play right into every hand they're dealt.
Just before Barack Obama won the US Presidency, Amitai Etzioni, GWU Professor, Fabian founder of the Commutarian Network, former Israeli soldier and adviser to US Presidents since 1979, advised all his followers at the Huffington Post to put champaygne on ice... their protoges were on the way to the White House. Too bad so few in America were paying attention to what was really happening during the last election.