What is that menacing thing … 111

… coming down the road at us? It’s a dangerous oxymoron.

Its drover-in-chief is the president of the United States.

It’s name is Forced Voluntarism.

It’s descending on everyone in America. Right now, some high school students are being told that in order to graduate they must put in a certain number of hours of ‘voluntary’ work.

But while it may be virtuous to give freely of your labor / to help  a struggling neighbor, it is illegal for anyone to be compelled to do so.

The Thirteenth Amendment says so:

Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.

Never one to be deterred by the Constitution, Obama has a plan to enslave us all.

How?  Apparently by means of an army of our fellow citizens.

In July 2008, candidate Barack Obama proposed the formation of a civilian national security force “as well-funded as the U.S. military”. And the army, though not (yet) armed, already exists:

The civilian national security force was already in place long before last July’s public proposal. …

The General of this national security force is not out in the field in Iraq or Afghanistan, but running the troops from the White House. Meet First Lady Michelle Obama, General of Public Allies New Leadership for New Times.

Public Allies, modeled after Saul Alinsky’s “Peoples Organizations”, operating under General Michelle Obama, has an alleged operating budget of more than $75-million a year, and an impressive list of donors… Naturally, it also receives grants from federal, state and municipal sources.

One third of Public Allies’ annual budget comes from AmeriCorps. To get an idea of this combo’s people power: “By early April, Obama will sign landmark legislation expanding AmeriCorps from 75,000 participants to 250,000 over the next few years.” (NewsWeek).

According to a Fact Sheet About Public Allies, Obama was a member of the founding advisory board of the non-profit organization. Michelle was the founding Executive Director of Public Allies Chicago from Spring, 1993 until Fall 1996 (italics CFP’s). She served on Public Allies national board of directors from 1997 until 2001. …

That information comes from Judi McCleod at Canada Free Press.  So does the following. The two articles we quote from may be found here and here.

It’s 2010 and you are already redefined in a new word. You are now, as far your political masters are concerned, a “communitarian”. …

In the Marxist lexicon you will never hear the pseudonym for the name communitarian: serf.

Americans being pushed into One World Government by their own president will recognize communitarianism in AmeriCorps, more correctly defined as forced voluntarism. …

Howard Dean declares that the debate between Capitalism and Socialism is over and explains that “We are going to have both”. Dean unabashedly told a roomful of people in an April 2009 video of a talk he gave in Paris that the synthesis between capitalism and socialism is called “communitarism”.

This is what communitarism disciple former U.S. President Bill Clinton told crowds in two eastern Canadian provinces last year. There has to be more public involvement in solving the world’s problems.

“Clinton spoke first on Thursday in St. John’s, the capital of Newfoundland and Labrador, and coined his own term—communitarianism—for personal involvement, the city’s Telegram newspaper reported.” (United Press International, May 29, 2009).

“All of us need to think of our citizenship in terms of what we can do in our communities and halfway around the world,” he said. “The truth is, cynicism and pessimism is an excuse to do nothing.” …

No matter how they spin it, communitarism is not based on altruism. It is social activism with a new name and its message is being spread world wide.

Communitarianism is Communism under another name. It is totalitarianism under another name.

Will the Thirteenth Amendment protect Americans from it?

Posted under Collectivism, Commentary, communism, government, liberty, Progressivism, Socialism, Totalitarianism, United States, world government by Jillian Becker on Friday, January 15, 2010

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