`Serfing’ USA? The worldwide debut of the Communitarians
Hmm this definitely seems more direct...
The NWO is using balkinization, division between every possible group you can think of, this is why "differences" are so focused upon, it has to do with the break down of society, with every man for themselves and every neighbor perceived as an enemy...but wait, stop there, they plan on herding the sheep into the same poisonous pen [ditch], and for years I have warned about both the RIGHT AND LEFT being deceptions. So here is another place where deception comes from two different directions.
You know things are getting weird when even Glenn Beck wants to form his own Utopian city/commune called Independence?
Note to Beck, they already named a city Independence, it's in Missouri.
So strange, and even creepier he wants to model this on Disneyworld. Guess the 33rd degree Masonic types always want to follow each other's lead. American Dream Labs, that is a weird name, and the video has hand signs galore. Anyone remember the guy who founded Domino's pizza, who was a Catholic he went and founded his own Catholic community. These are like would be Stepford Wives town, with one guy in charge calling the shots, claiming that "his government" of one is better. It's been done before.
Fanatic for Jesus does a good job too warning about what is called Communitarianism
One of Glenn Beck's favorite things to do is talk out of both sides of his mouth. It's only been a short time since he released his fictional book Agenda 21, which is a political horror story describing the implementation of Agenda 21 to an extreme end. I guess he thinks he's doing everyone a service by creating a Communitarian alternative. The thing is, Agenda 21 and Beck's Communitarian city are one in the same.
I've been thinking about the "brave new world" stuff and well, this is something I have been thinking about, Satan twisting what is "good" and turning it into a locus of control.
People have serious reasons to be fed up with genetically modified foods, and feeling disenfranchised from their communities, a lot of people feel alone today, and want and desire an instant community. I've talked about how they promote cell groups in churches because of that reality.
I found things like the "slow food movement", "community gardening", "intentional communities" and such things of interest. I am even now wondering about the term "go local" thinking that was superior to all the globalism. Even I have fantasized about living in a little bible believing Christian community somewhere to "get away" from the world and it's problems and have people to fellowship with and be close to. Of course part of that fantasy ignores the realities of how cults operate via isolation and how finding a group that preaches truth, would be pretty tough. But that's another false step, they may have these people think they are "dropping out" or finding a close new formal community to join instead of the old spontaneous community with friends, and family we used to have but they are merely stepping into a new trap!
Not many know about this but intentional communities, neo-communes, are being built out there. This may be many years in the future for it to become wide-spread but it is growing in popularity. Google for your self, the words "Intentional Community", "co-housing", "eco-villages". Some are left overs from the 60s and 70s but many more are being formed. Communes did not die with the hippies. This is a trend out there, the media is NOT reporting on. I have talked to a few people who have lived in a one of these places temporarily. I never have.
Communitarian Communities - Our New Government Housing
"America's new political system, Communitarianism, is up and operating in all 50 states, one new community at a time. These communities comprise of brand new housing, interconnected or very closely clustered single dwellings, nice walkways, not much grass, commons areas, security details...but there is much more to these communities than meets the eye much more.
As the U.N.'s Agenda 21 continues its mission to control all the world's natural resources, which actually means all land and water; and as communities all over this nation continue to be fooled by land trust and conservation organizations and their lies to American people about their preservation-of-nature missions, other partners in these crimes against us are building the "human settlements," also defined in the Agenda 21 document.
We've talked about these communities before. We've watched them go up on the outskirts of all urban areas and even in the middle of our farming lands. Some with their own post offices and little businesses, and some with their own charter schools.
These communities, also known and searchable as "intentional communities, sustainable communities, and/or Communitarian communities" are also being built in urban areas and near the large, all-purpose super stores and on the major thoroughfares in our country.
Many claim to cater to the needs of elderly citizens and to families with children. Many are appealing in landscaping and by design.
Let's say that you've seen a house or "condo" that you like in one of these new communities. You decide to buy it and you arrange your financing. But suddenly you realize that you are required to attend an initial meeting with the community’s association. You go to the meeting and are politely told about the "vision" of the community.
You are also told that residency requires so many hours of community service. You are told that all community decisions are based upon community consensus. You are told about the vision for the community's children and seniors, and you will be politely examined and grilled for your social politics. You may or may not be invited back for the next orientation meeting depending upon whether, by consensus, you will be permitted to live in the community.
Sometimes individual groups or organizations begin the process of communitarian community building, but most often in America, development corporations now specialize in the building of intentional villages. They are often designed with clustered homes facing each other, separated only by a pedestrian walkway, and with all residences in visual site of a Commons House, in hopes of creating a strong, though manipulated sense of community. The Commons facilities have a community kitchen, dining area, sitting area, playroom, laundry room, and sometimes workshop, library, exercise room, crafts room, and guest rooms.
With all the above- mentioned rooms, you come to realize that the residences, themselves, do not need to be large. In fact, they can actually be bedrooms and bathrooms only. Here's another interesting aspect of Communitarian communities. They rarely, if ever, "have to resort to voting" because consensus is deemed a far greater objective and political value. Democracy and debate is not favored.
The article above is correct on how these places are run, I have seen some of their websites for myself too. Whose in charge? It's no longer the man of each household but usually a committee running your household. By the way there are many so called "Christian" intentional communities being formed too. These communities run the gambit from extremely New Age types coming together to various religious groups joining together. I have seen even listings for fundamentalist Christian "communes" as it were, but they are far far rarer among the lists for the other kind.
Beck's would be town is just bigger then what most of these places visualize themselves to be. He wants to basically form a very large "intentional community".
There is something called co-housing too, where there are larger independent living quarters, but shared food preparation areas and others for interaction. They are basically the same thing but allow more private quarters. Before I thought these things out more, and trust me this is one thing my husband would say an absolute "NO" to, wondered myself if this was a way of life, that would help off set some of the pressures and misery of modern American life as long as we avoided cults, the New Age and false religions. Friends told me, "You are too independent minded for this anyhow" and that is true. But as I have told you, they got people coming and going now to the extreme. How else will they sell their brave new world stuff and latching the chains on you except offering it as a better option?
Lately however I have wondered about these offered alternatives, and how many despite some well meaning people in them are connected when it gets right to it, to Agenda 21. Obviously with the majority of these groups their politics are very predominantly leftist. Perhaps Glenn Beck will help usher in more of the "right"?
Everybody that thinks they will find Utopia on this earth has lost it, and that goes back to the Shakers and groups like them. Glenn Beck's vision is just an "idea" now but it's just another example of another way, the new world order is marching everyone to the same place. To be frank all the liberal "intentional communities" where they preach "green" living and new age teachings is no different from Beck's would be Utopia, where he wants to teach farming and ranch skills. It's the same thing, after all. They taught farming skills in Mao's communes too by the way but by force where the land owners and educated were marched off to toil the fields, and many who could not do the work were killed or died. Have you all ever heard the saying someone has gone so left, they've reached the right, or a vice versa? One could apply it here and many other situations.
I do think Christians are to NOT be of this world but to hide from the world outside what is needed to immediately protect yourself and your family, I don't quite think that is the path the Bible lays out for us. Anyhow Glenn's Utopia is anything but Christian and is to be "interdenominational" from what I read.
Matt 5:13 Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted? it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men.
I like farm grown food, and things like that but there are things to be mindful of. Farmer's markets, and such things like that are good within themselves, but stay wary of how so much is being incorporated into the Agenda 21 sustainability plans. There are sincere people who are involved with these things, don't get me wrong, but if one is gazing in the distance, they can see how the new world order is using some of this stuff to set people up. One can perceive the Agenda 21 future that awaits.
The politics of deceit is playing it's game again. Hey this has been done before too, why did Mao do away with all the landowners and wealthy in China and send all the peasants to controlled farms? There is a theme behind all the "green living, matchbox sized houses, sustainability stuff. It's about control. I even have to make sure I keep my own head on straight with God's help as even I reject aspects of "modern" life and have my own frustrations with it, but then realize the traps that can be laid for those who want to find alternatives.
I have wondered and not decided on this yet, if all the globalism was pre-planned to collapse, except for those who ruled the earth from the top, and to knock things down to an even more smaller level, every little village keeping the serfs in line. This is how the Communists did it. I read enough Cultural Revolution memoirs, to know every little village in the middle of nowhere had a party official keeping the others in line. Ever heard of the term NEO-FEUDALISM? Well I sometimes wonder if Rome desires their Medieval era glory days to return. Basically world socialism for all, but then "socialism" is a limited term, both right and left are step-marching for tyranny now.
I know a lot of the right wing, warns about Collectivism, but it is one of those subtle changes happening out there, and it's happening. Some may say to me, well in Acts 2 they shared all their possessions, I am okay with that, I am talking about where individual minds and hearts are always being sublimated to "the group". It's when you see people being told they must adhere to the group and sacrifice for the "group" and/or the "state" first. Today many insist that individual rights must be sublimated for the "good of the group" and so many forget that respecting each individual, is what changed society for the better long ago.
By the way, fellowship and loving one's fellow man is important to the Christian, but here Satan attempts to copy what should be free and spontaneous human discourse, community and fellowship and turns it into something else. When I warn about the "common good" stuff I am warning about what is basically collectivism in it's new world order form. That's how they sold the communes earlier in history in other countries. Communes are "households" for the common good. Hey if you disagree with me on this article tell me. Maybe you are someone reading this who lives in an intentional community or even a Christian group, and thinks I have got this wrong. I invite you to share your experiences or if you are a previous member of one of these groups.
Glenn Beck basically wants an anarcho-communist farm ranch under his authority. The "right" too gets marched lockstep to the globalist agendas that are planned decades in advance. They are planning the "new way" of life NOW.