What Is A Communitarian?

Communitarians believe that all neighborhoods should be governed like Chinese collectives. They teach that mandatory volunteerism in the community is a moral obligation of all citizens, and that intervening on your neighbors is required to maintain their individual freedom. It may sound like two conflicting ideologies, but it's not. Communitarianism balances ideological conflicts into innovative solutions.

The obscure term was introduced to the world in the 1990's, but it was actually created at the same time Marx and Engels drafted the anti-thesis to capitalism, called communism. In 1848 the Communist Manifesto established the rules for the "constant conflict" between British oligarchial-merchant "slavery" versus workers, peasants, and serfs. The communitarian solution was the final part of the equation. The stated goal of Marxism was to promote global conflicts, create chaos and disorder, and then offer up a predetermined, evolved society ruled by them.

Communitarianism is human society's most developed Darwinian geopolitical concept in the theoretical, "natural" Marxist evolution of social systems. Which means, in plain American, that communitarians made up a science and made up a language to define it, but don't worry, you can trust them because they're really smart human scientists who help stupid uneducated normal people be safe from bad things. They difer in beliefs as to the type of force that should be used against immoral neighbors (some advance shame while others advance "boot camps"), but they all share the same belief that Earth's scientists have an obligation to guide humanity into achieving a less violent, livable quality of life.

A Communitarian is an academic elitist privy to the solution, and their position in the New World Order is one of the best kept secrets in the world. For over 150 years the globalist merchants and their "agents of change" worked dillegently towards their goal of "rebuilding the world" into an advanced communitarian civil society. Today, thanks to millions of "useful idiots" (whose beliefs helped murder a 100 million innocents), the left and right have nearly achieved the ultimate chaos necessary for humanity's pleading to the U.N. for global humanitarian peacekeepers, for diplomats who have the legal sanctions backed up by military power to step in and end all potential national conflicts.

Communitarian "thinkers" were essential to introducing the solution as an accredited social science "project." Communitarians perform valuable backdoor assaults on American standards for individual liberty defined by the U.S. Bill of Rights and U.S. State Constitutions. Communitarian scholars expolit bogus explanations for Americas' moral decline and loss of communal bonds, and use their elitist think-tank influence to piggyback their theoretical solutions into all new and established national programs. Rebuilding community and the domestic and exported War on Terror is entirely a communitarian solution, and the appointed Iraqi government is the communitarian model for rebuilding the Middle East.

In 2003, the Marxist solution to the thousands of global conflicts between the left and the right wing fanatics, (solidly represented in every country of the world) is the communitarian balance between the hard left and the hard right, a middle ground, often called a Third Way. The communitarian solution has been sucessfully implemented via outright international communitarian laws, or, as in the U.S., via community justice, community development, community government, community councils, community volunteerism, and community policing. Every new government program in the U.S. that uses the words "livable and safe community" (and accepts government/NGO grants) is a communitarian solution.

> In the 21st century, every member of every known political party on the planet plays a role in furthering Marx's dialectic game. The Marxist game is so brilliantly designed that the more fervrent your dedication to your personal beliefs, the more powerful a tool you become in the hands of the global communitarians. The communitarian solutionists design or infiltrate both sides to every conflict, and they have already positioned themselves into a libertarian-communitarian divide, they've already defined the final American "debate." And, rest assured, their own libertarian party platform is indefensible against more morally based global human rights' charters and "social justice."

American and global communitarians are "shoring up" American and global (Christian and Islamic) immorality. Their programs balance selfish American (and all national self-interests) against the more humane, ancient Zionist version of global-local communism. Not only are American law schools teaching Talmud to future American lawyers and judges, Chinese communitarian courts export regulations that overule national laws.

In Their Own Words:

Communitarianism Explained. "The Communitarian Network is a coalition of individuals and organizations who have come together to shore up the moral, social, and political environment. We are a nonsectarian, nonpartisan, transnational association...The Communitarian Network investigates issues and policies such as the balance between rights and responsibilities in society, community justice, multiculturalism, the community's moral voice, and developing global society."

In Stanford's Encylopedia of Philosophy:

The Stanford Encylopedia of Philosophy explains how it evolved:"Modern-day communitarianism began in the upper reaches of Anglo-American academia in the form of a critical reaction to John Rawls landmark 1971 book A Theory of Justice. Drawing primarily upon the insights of Aristotle and Hegel, political philosophers such as Alasdair MacIntyre, Michael Sandel, Charles Taylor and Michael Walzer disputed Rawls assumption that the principal task of government is to secure and distribute fairly the liberties and economic resources individuals need to lead freely chosen lives." (Note: Aristotle used logic, Hegel distorted logic, and Marx expanded on Hegel's distortion, it's called the Hegelian Dialectic.)