Jun 12, 2009

White House Using Marxist Hegelian Dialectic to Foment Global Change

Bill Wilson

By Bill Wilson

A lot has been said and written about the Cairo speech given for Islam by the man who occupies the Oval Office (OOO). Nearly all the commentary for or against agrees on one thing: that the speech changed the traditional US position in the Middle East. There also has been a change in policy of the Federal government toward most every aspect of American governance since October 2008. This Administration is well on the way to delivering on the promise of "remaking America." Government ownership and dictation to private enterprise, and the reforming of the political-religious concept in foreign policy are two glaring markers of this phenomena.

The careful mixing of religion and politics by OOO has people thinking he is actually a god or the Almighty himself. Major speeches at Notre Dame, the Turkish Parliament, and in Cairo interweave a spiritual justification and entitlement to remake not only the truths of the Bible, but also the longstanding natural bonds and balances of nations. This is the Marxist Hegelian dialectic being applied not only to individuals, but also to entire nations and global theocratical and political structures. Whenever there is an extraordinary change such as this, there is conflict created in the minds of people, then psychological pressure before the change can be accepted.

In this instance, many people around the world and especially in America are experiencing the mental conflict of seeing what they knew to be just and right be juxtaposed onto what they know to be wrong and incorrect. The pressure created here may well cause a disruption throughout society. Already people are responding. For example, Rabbi Dr. Morton Pomerantz, a member of the Reform movement of Judaism, writes in a column in Newsmax,

"Our new president did not tell a virulent anti-Semite to travel to the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington to kill Jews, but he is most certainly creating a climate of hate against us. . .
Pomerantz goes on to say,
"It is no coincidence that we are witnessing this level of hatred toward Jews as [sic the President] positions America against the Jewish state. . .And if his views are not vigorously opposed they will help create a danger as great as that posed by the Nazis to the Jewish people."
In fact, these actions may activate terrorists, murderers and others because they are responding to the psychological pressure of dialectic change.

Now more than ever, we as a nation must turn to God. The Lord says in Ezekiel 22:30,
"And I sought for a man among them, that should make up the hedge, and stand in the gap before me for the land, that I should not destroy it: but I found none."
Let us stand tall on our knees in prayer.

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