Christian Morality or Neo Marxism?
America The Great
The Israeli Dual Citizens running America, sure know how to make San Francisco ‘colorful.’
Rarely am I at a loss for words, but the photos below in the link, rendered me utterly speechless and mute.
Meet San Francisco’s Annual UP YOUR ALLEY Festival sponsored by MILLER and FOSTERS, among others. Warning: Extremely GRAPHIC pictures. And I mean Extremely graphic XXX.
The Decline of our Republic, is now imminent with the utter degeneracy, complacency, and moral filth seen here.
Sadly, close to 70,000 Children are adopted by these same people seen below and face much higher rates of molestation by their families friends and acquaintances
Note: Mothers can not breast feed children in public, as this is a criminally enforced act in San Francisco, but such Homosexual Marxist degeneracy seen in the link, is not only tolerated, but encouraged, in the land of the (once) free, and home of the (brave) debt slave.
What is Marxism and how does it apply to the USA?
TEN PLANKS OF THE COMMUNIST MANIFESTO
Our “elected representatives” have passed laws implementing these anti-freedom concepts. The Communists have achieved a de facto FEDERAL MARXIST GOVERNMENT in America.
In his Manifesto, Marx described the following ten steps as necessary steps to be taken to destroy a free enterprise society, now completely implemented in America.
First Plank: Abolition of property in land and the application of all rents of land to public purposes. (Zoning – Model ordinances proposed by Secretary of Commerce Hoover widely adopted. Supreme Court ruled “zoning” to be “constitutional” in 1921.
Second Plank: A heavy progressive or graduated incometax. (Corporate Tax Act of 1909. The 16th Amendment, allegedly ‘ratified’ in 1913. The Revenue Act of 1913, section 2, Income Tax. These laws have been purposely misapplied against American citizens to this day.)
Third Plank: Abolition of all rights of inheritance. (Partially accomplished by enactment of various state and federal “estate tax” laws taxing the “privilege” of transfering property after death and gift before death.)
Fourth Plank: CONFISCATION OF THE PROPERTY OF ALL EMIGRANTS AND REBELS. (The confiscation of property and persecution of those critical – “rebels” – of government policies and actions, frequently accomplished by prosecuting them in a courtroom drama on charges of violations of non-existing administrative or regulatory laws.)
Fifth Plank: Centralization of credit in the hands of the State, by means of a national bank with State capital and an exclusive monopoly. (The Federal Reserve Bank, 1913- -the system of privately-owned Federal Reserve banks which maintain a monopoly on the valueless debt “money” in circulation.)
Sixth Plank: Centralization of the means of communications and transportation in the hands of the State.(Federal Radio Commission, 1927; Federal Communications Commission, 1934; Air Commerce Act of 1926; Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938; Federal Aviation Agency, 1958; becoming part of the Department of Transportation in 1966; Federal Highway Act of 1916 (federal funds made available to States for highway construction); Interstate Highway System, 1944 (funding began 1956); Interstate Commerce Commission given authority by Congress to regulate trucking and carriers on inland waterways, 1935-40; Department of Transportation, 1966.)
Seventh Plank: Extension of factories and instruments of production owned by the State, the bringing into cultivation of waste lands, and the improvement of the soil generally in accordance with a common plan. (Depart-ment of Agriculture, 1862; Agriculture Adjustment Act of 1933 — farmers will receive government aid if and only if they relinquish control of farming activities; Tennessee Valley Authority, 1933 with the Hoover Dam completed in 1936.)
Eighth Plank: Equal liability of all to labor. Establishment of industrial armies especially for agriculture. (First labor unions, known as federations, appeared in 1820. National Labor Union established 1866. American Federation of Labor established 1886. Interstate Commerce Act of 1887 placed railways under federal regulation. Department of Labor, 1913. Labor-management negotiations sanctioned under Railway Labor Act of 1926. Civil Works Administration, 1933. National Labor Relations Act of 1935, stated purpose to free inter-state commerce from disruptive strikes by eliminating the cause of the strike. Works Progress Administration 1935. Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, mandated 40-hour work week and time-and-a-half for overtime, set “minimum wage” scale. Civil Rights Act of 1964, effectively the equal liability of all to labor.)
Ninth Plank: Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries, gradual abolition of the distinction between town and country, by a more equitable distribution of population over the country. (Food processing companies, with the co-operation of the Farmers Home Administration foreclosures, are buying up farms and creating “conglomerates.”)
Tenth Plank: Free education for all children in public schools. Abolition of children’s factory labor in its present form. Combination of education with industrial production. (Gradual shift from private education to publicly funded began in the Northern States, early 1800’s. 1887: federal money (unconstitutionally) began funding specialized education. Smith-Lever Act of 1914, vocational education; Smith-Hughes Act of 1917 and other relief acts of the 1930’s. Federal school lunch program of 1935; National School Lunch Act of 1946. National Defense Education Act of 1958, a reaction to Russia’s Sputnik satellite demonstration, provided grants to education’s specialties. Federal school aid law passed, 1965, greatly enlarged federal role in education, “head-start” programs, textbooks, library books.
(Research source: Encyclopedia Britannica.)
DEFENSE OF MARRIAGE ACT ATTACKED BY MARXISTS
Edith Windsor far left, Israeli dual citizen, challenged the Marriage act.
The Supreme Court hears arguments on the 1996 federal Defense of Marriage Act, which denies federal recognition and benefits for same-sex couples.
The comments by Justice Kennedy, seen as holding a key vote on the court, came after several justices sharply challenged the Obama administration’s handling of the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act, which bars federal recognition of same-sex marriage. Some questioned whether the court should be hearing the case at all.
Former Solicitor General Walter Dellinger tells WSJ’s Jerry Seib that arguments in the Supreme Court suggest justices may be seeking a narrow ruling that clears the paths for state action on gay marriage, rather than a sweeping ruling to settle the issue.
Liberal justices joined Justice Kennedy in questioning the law. Justice Elena Kagan said it raised red flags, while Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said the federal law diminished same-sex marriages to “skim milk” marriages.
Edith Windsor, left, who is challenging the Defense of Marriage Act, arrives with her attorney Roberta Kaplan, center, at the Supreme Court on Wednesday.
Peter Landers explains arguments on both sides of the Defense of Marriage Act that will be heard by the Supreme Court on Wednesday. Photo: Getty Images.
A serious discussion in the Supreme Court, during hearings over California’s ban on gay marriage, drew laughter when questions turned to procreation. Justices honed in on issues related to the impact of same-sex marriage on children. WSJ’s Jason Bellini reports. Image: AP
The discussion of the law’s merits followed an earlier round of arguments on whether the case could be brought to the Supreme Court. After the discussion, it wasn’t clear whether the justices believed they were free to rule on the merits of the case, amid questions about the legal standing of the parties.
The Obama administration said in 2011 that it believed the law was unconstitutional, but it has continued to enforce it while the case has worked its way through the courts.
That stance drew sharp questioning from Chief Justice John Roberts. He told government lawyer Sri Srinivasan, the principal deputy solicitor general, that the government’s actions were “unprecedented.”
To agree with a lower-court ruling that the Defense of Marriage Act was unconstitutional and yet enforce the law while seeking Supreme Court review “has never been done before,” Chief Justice Roberts said.
Justice Kennedy cited what he called the questionable practice of presidential signing statements, in which presidents sign a law but simultaneously issue statements that they consider parts of it unenforceable or unlawful. If a president doesn’t think a law is constitutional, he shouldn’t sign it, said Justice Kennedy. He added that the same principle perhaps applied in this case.
Challenging the Defense of Marriage Act is Edith Windsor, who was married to her longtime partner under New York state law but [b]had to pay inheritance tax[/b] after her spouse died because the federal government didn’t acknowledge their marriage.
Lower federal courts have invalidated the law, saying the federal government has accepted state-authorized marriages in other instances.
After the Obama administration declined to defend the law, the Republican-led House of Representatives stepped in to do so and hired Mr. Clement as its lawyer.
Though Ms. Windsor’s lawyers didn’t challenge the House lawmakers’ legal standing in the case, the Supreme Court appointed a Harvard Law professor, Vicki Jackson, to argue that the House appeal should be thrown out because the lawmakers wouldn’t suffer any injury if the law were nullified.’
70,000 Children are now being raised in same sex households.
Imagine their get togethers or baby sitters. Molestation rate is dramatically higher for such children.
Below is little baby Christian featured with same sex partners and Israeli dual citizens Jacob Goldberg and Shem Cohen.