Episode 34. November 5, 2019 CLP Topic: Democrat Police State Socialism Title: The Democrat’s Moral Arrogance of Power to What End?

Episode 34. November 5, 2019

 

CLP Topic: Democrat Police State Socialism

Title: The Democrat’s Moral Arrogance of Power to What End?

Introduction.

Our podcast today expands on an insight that Lee Smith made about his book, The Plot Against the President.

In his book, Smith documents the facts of the Democrat’s coup, and his insight concerns his interpretation of what those facts mean for the future of America.

Smith’s insight came during an October 30, 2019, interview with Maria Bartiromo, when he described how Hillary had unleashed her vicious Russian hoax conspiracy about why she lost to Trump.

Smith stated,

“I think that the real lasting damage that has been done here to the nation is that Hillary placed an incurable sickness into the American society. Hillary paid for a conspiracy theory, and the sickness she placed into American society permanently divides the citizens.”

Mollie Hemmingway expanded on the damage of the coup by describing the danger of Hillary’s conspiracy when she wrote,

“We are facing an attempt to tear down the foundations of our republic by corrupt, unelected bureaucrats who have decided the will of voters is subordinate to their will to power. It represents a fatal threat to our system of government, and if this coup, the nation will cease to be a constitutional, democratic republic.”

Our podcast examines the Democrat’s moral arrogance of the impeachment by raising two related questions:

  • What is the ultimate end goal that the Democrats hope to achieve by impeaching Trump?
  • Why are 65 million Democrat voters so attached to the ideology of socialism that they would be willing to end Madison’s democratic representative republic?

Rather than seeing the impeachment simply as a partisan grab for power, our podcast explores what type of government the Democrat’s seek to replace Madison’s representative republic, and what values or benefits that registered Democrats believe they will obtain under this new government.

In other words, our podcast changes the direction of conventional media inquiry to examine the moral principles that bind 65 million registered Democrats to supporting Schiff’s impeachment.

We argue that the Democrats possess three related moral characteristics that are incompatible with the standards of morality of a representative republic.

These three Democrat characteristics are:

  1. A moral arrogance of possessing absolute truth.
  2. A social construction of reality that proceeds from the starting Marxian premise that the nation is a racist country led by racist capitalists.
  3. The arrogance of power, which is similar to Nietzsche’s will to power, where individuals sublimate their own individuality to the greater glory of the state.

Our podcast concludes that negotiating with Democrats about the future of the nation is senseless. The Democrats are not suddenly going to abandon their socialist ideology and change their behavior from being morally arrogant to becoming morally tolerant.

The three characteristics of the socialists are fundamentally incompatible with the required moral characteristics of citizens in a voluntary constitutional democratic republic.

The Democrat’s allegiance to their ideological world-view is so alien and so subversive to Madison’s constitutional principles that they are willing to end the republic in order to implement their vision of a socially just society.

We conclude that the socialist threat to end the republic will result in either a bloody, protracted civil war, where hundreds of thousands of citizens are killed, or a peaceful civil dissolution of the 50 states into two new nations.

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Our podcast today is under the CLP topic category, Democrat Police State Socialism, and is titled: The Democrat’s Moral Arrogance of Power to What End?

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The Moral Arrogance of Socialists.

There are three abstract levels of explanation for understanding the Democrat’s urge to overturn the 2016 election.

At the highest level of abstraction, all socialists share, in common, a moral arrogance that they alone, and not individual voters, are able to judge the best outcome for American society.

In the case of impeachment, the Democrats believe that Trump’s election is illegitimate, and that the Democrats are justified in removing Trump, because they know what is good for society, better than the voters.

The Democrat’s moral arrogance involves a deep belief that the Democrat’s moral judgment is the only correct option regarding a controversial issue, even though other moral decisions or judgments may produce a greater good for a greater number of citizens.

In other words, the Democrat’s moral arrogance is exclusive and intolerant of any other opinion. No other moral judgment is allowed to be considered because at the first level of abstraction, there is only one, totalitarian, version of the truth.

Socialists see themselves in a historical Marxian class struggle between good and evil. Their moral arrogance allows them to advocate a socialist utopian social justice against an evil capitalist class.

In their moral arrogance, orange man evil, and anything that they do to eliminate orange man is good.

The moral argument that socialists make against evil is placed within their world view of the immorality of their enemies.

For example, if an enemy cites opposition to Obama’ weaponization of the IRS, then the enemy is a racist. If an enemy cites the sanctity of marriage or the sanctity of life, then the enemy is a homophobe or hates women.

From the perspective of moral arrogance, the evil capitalist enemies must be eliminated, and impeachment is simply a tool, or method, of eliminating an enemy.

The moral arrogance of the socialist is based in their collective identity as socialists, not in their moral capacity as individuals. Their individual self-esteem, and sense of self worth, is linked to their identity within the socialist group think.

For example, Jerry Nadler appeals to his moral arrogance when he states that citizens must be led to impeachment.

Nadler states,

“We do not now have the evidence all sorted out to do an impeachment. Before you impeach somebody, you have to persuade the American people that it ought to happen. Irrefutable evidence of “high crimes and misdemeanors” would convince supporters of President Donald Trump that this is not just a partisan effort to overturn the election.”

In other words, the Democrat voters are already convinced of the righteousness of removing Trump, and what Nadler needs to find is some evidence of a crime.

Nadler admits that his moral arrogance about impeachment is not about high crimes and misdemeanors, it is about his dislike of Trump’s behavior.

Nadler states,

“The boundaries of acceptable presidential behavior are defined by which actions the political system tolerates or condemns. We are already perilously close to the point at which there may no longer be a national consensus that there’s anything constitutionally problematic about using governmental powers to advance one’s own pecuniary and electoral interests.”

Part of Nadler’s insight is valid. There is no longer a consensus about the moral values of the nation because Democrats are morally intolerant of Republican voters.

The split about impeachment between voters is starkly partisan: 82 percent of Democrats support impeachment; 82 percent of Republicans oppose it.

The disease unleashed by Hillary is that the Democrats will never accept the results of an election that does not conform to their moral arrogance.

Hillary does not accept the verdict of the voters. Stacey Abrams does not accept the verdict of the voters in Georgia. Buttigieg states that if Trump is re-elected in 2020, that Democrats will not accept the results of the election.

The end goal of the moral arrogance of the Democrats is the implementation of a socialist dictatorship, where Democrat Party elites make all social and economic decisions, based upon their own moral arrogance of the best interests of society, devoid of any consent of the governed.

Removing Trump by overturning the 2016 election is simply one way of moving to their socialist utopia.

 

 

The Democrat’s Social Construction of Reality.

In the socialist version of reality, socialism is a better form of government than individual free market capitalism. They do not offer evidence of the superiority of socialism because they construct a mythical reality that socialism is better.

For socialists, there is no reality other than the total political reality of their socialist ideology, and for them, every act they perform, including impeachment, is in the cause of promoting their socialist utopia.

In socialism, the entire dynamic of economic history is the exploitation of workers by the capitalist class. According to Marx, in the capitalist economy, the forces of production exploit the value of production produced by the collectivist entity group, “workers.”

The socially constructed reality of the term “labor” is expanded in to include all the collective social groups, identified by the socialist elites, as “disadvantaged” by the operation of the capitalist exchange system.

In their social construction of reality, the primary cultural value of socialism, that binds all socialists everywhere in the world, is that something of value is unfairly taken away from the disadvantaged groups.

The end goal of elite decision making is to redistribute profits from evil corporations to these disadvantaged groups.

The function of government in socialist rule of law is to restore the “value” that was “unjustly” taken away from labor.

In order to right that primal injustice, the socialist deep state must run the economy.

The essential feature of socialism is public ownership of private property and government control of major sectors of the economy. Under socialism, the Democrat political party elites would make all investment decisions and decisions about the equal distribution of income.

In their reality, democracy is redefined as democratic equality, and has nothing to do with citizen political participation or the votes of the consent of the governed.

The mission of socialist democratic politics is to reshape the economic outcomes of the market and assert the equality of citizens against the vast disparities of rich and poor.

In their reality, capitalism is incompatible with democracy because democracy does not mean voting, it means equality of outcomes obtained by the socialist state.

The form of government that they seek is a democratic ownership  of private property that displaces and supersedes the current, dominant exploitive  corporate model.

A prominent socialist connects income inequality to their underlying globalist vision,

“More of the economy must be taken out of the hands of markets—not just energy production, but health care, through socialized medicine. America’s wealth is built on violence tantamount to murder on a global scale. It is the wages of empire. A socialist politics strives for a radical flattening of the global income distribution.”

In the case of impeachment, the Democrats construct a reality that Trump sought to use his authority as commander in chief to influence the actions of a foreign nation in a way that would have carried no national security benefit for the United States but would have had the potential to significantly benefit Trump’s political interests.

Their reality is not confirmed by the transcript of the call to Zelensky, but the truth for socialists is not factual evidence, it is how many other socialists embrace their version of the truth.

 

 

The Democrat’s Arrogance of Power

The Democrat’s arrogance of power is similar in concept to Nietzsche’s term, “will to power.”

In the Democrat’s arrogance of power, individual citizens sublimate their own individual morality to the greater glory of the state. The will to power is the fundamental human trait of socialists to dominate non-believers by imposing their version of the social good.

The arrogance of power is linked to the moral arrogance of socialists to define the what is good, and their social construction of reality that capitalism is evil.

If, and when, socialists obtain majority power, they feel obligated, and entitled, to use their power against their enemies.

The arrogance of power occurs when Democrats vote to eliminate private medical insurance in a party line vote, on Christmas eve, because the Democrats have the power to force citizens to buy a certain type of insurance policy.

The arrogance of power is when Schiff conducts a secret impeachment where Trump has no civil liberties.

The arrogance of power is when Hillary unleashes the deep state agents to overturn an election.

The form of government desired by Hillary is managed and administered by unelected deep state agents, who share Hillary’s moral arrogance.

The common moral characteristic of Comey, Brennan, and Smirk is their total allegiance to the globalist socialist vision of Hillary.

Because of their blind allegiance to socialism, they feel justified in using the arrogance of power to conduct criminal acts to remove a democratically elected president.

The arrogance of power of the deep state agents is managed and coordinated through the Interagency Consensus Agreement, where the law enforcement agencies agree on their own version of the truth.

For example, the testimony of the Ukraine whistle-blower is based upon the interagency consensus of the deep state that Trump used his authority to coerce with Zelensky.

Their logic of their arrogance of power is that Trump would not have been elected without collusion from Putin.

Because of Putin’s collusion, Trump’s election was illegitimate.

Because Trump is not legitimate, the deep state agents are justified in using their arrogance of power in conducting illegal, criminal acts to remove him.

The kingpin in the Democrat’s arrogance of power is Obama.

James Clapper admitted the role of Obama, when he stated,

“If it weren’t for President Obama we might not have done the intelligence community assessment . . . that set off a whole sequence of events which are still unfolding today.”

The whole sequence of events Clapper refers to is the sickness unleashed by Hillary’s irreversible conspiracy theory, that permanently divides American citizens.

This is my conclusion:

Hillary’s sickness is irrevocable and irreversible. Her vision of democrat police state socialism leads to individual subjugation to the Democrat elite, and loss of control over individual freedom of choice in life’s mission.

The ultimate end goal that the Democrats hope to achieve by impeaching Trump is elimination of political opposition. Before Trump, as long as the Republican Party was seen by Democrats as willing collaborators, the Democrats did not feel compelled to eliminate Republicans.

That sentiment changed with the election of Trump, when Hillary unleashed her deep state agents to overturn the election.

The 65 million Democrat voters are attached to the ideology of socialism through the application of the three moral characteristics of socialists.

The 65 million Democrats deeply believe in the moral arrogance of their ideology, they buy into the social construction of reality that the capitalist class is evil, and they support the use of illegitimate “will to power” to obtain their end goal socialist state.

The Democrats moral characteristics are not compatible with the morality of citizens in a democratic republic.

Mollie Hemingway and Lee Smith are correct in their assessment of the Democrats. The threat to individual liberty today arises from a dedicated ideological, left-wing political movement that seeks to undermine a legitimate constitutional government, in order to implement a totalitarian socialist, centralized regime.

On every single principle of a natural rights republic, the socialists have an alien, subversive, view of America. The ideological differences are between socialists and conservatives are permanent and irreconcilable.

Today, nothing binds the two factions together in a common national mission. The socialists will never voluntarily obey the American rule of law because they will never share the cultural belief that all persons, institutions, and entities are subject to the equal application of the law.

The Democrat socialists have a God-given natural right to create their own new nation and live under the slavery of state socialism.

The Democrats do not have a moral authority to impose their slavery on natural rights conservatives.

The only peaceful, non-violent solution to the nation’s conflict is to dissolve the nation into two new nations:

The Socialist States of America

The Democratic Republic of America.

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