The word community is a legal description that defines a system of law. Community Aquis.
The word community is a political term that defines a political philosophy. Communitarianism.
The word community, when used to define a political agenda, describes a communitarian system of global government. From Empire to Community.
Community government is a communitarian idea. It is the keyword for a new system under the New World Order. It destroys liberty in the U.S. This is not some lovely or vague vision of friendly neighbors. Anyone who uses the term community to define their politics is promoting a communitarian agenda, whether they recognize it or not. Locals who promote and enforce community ideals will always insist they support an authentic, grassroots, voluntary community. This doesn't change the true and legal meaning of the word. Local misunderstandings of communitarian political and legal terms only enhances the ultimate concept of community government.
The main differences between the U.S. government and community government:
A. Legitimate lawmakers in the U.S. are elected. Community stakeholders are appointed.
B. Elected representatives are required to uphold and defend the U.S. Constitution. Community councils are more moral than the "outdated" U.S. Constitution.
C. U.S. government is designed so that every agency has its own autonomy. Community government builds bridges over our diversified system of power.
D. U.S. law prohibits any one branch of government from enlarging their domain. Rebuilding Community centralizes all power under one national director.