Niki Raapana is an independent researcher, co-founder of the Anti Communitarian League (ACL) with Nordica Friedrich, co- author of 2020: Our Common Destiny and co-author of the Anti Communitarian Manifesto.
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Zionist Communitarian control of the anti-Agenda 21 movement
by Niki Raapana APRIL 17, 2013 “In 2000, we identified Communitarianism as the legal system supporting Agenda 21. We identified the “guru” of the Communitarian Network, whose own writings tell us he was a terrorist, a soldier and now a planner in the Zionist takeover of British Palestine. I quickly understood why some Christians would never consider these facts, but I’ve been trying to understand why so many of the Americans actively opposing Agenda 21 and claiming to be on our “side” avoided discussing Communitarianism and its root philosophy, Zionism, for 13 years.
2020: Our Common Destiny & The Anti Communitarian Manifesto (ISBN-13: 978-0-9814519-2-3) explores the history, philosophy, and modern-day implementation of Sustainable Development, Communitarian Law, and Community Policing.
Part-autobiography, part-thesis, and part-guidebook to International Law, this 327-page book introduces Community Law with a mix of personal experiences, field research, and direct quotes from American presidents and international heads of state, domestic and foreign courts, officials, ecclesiastics, gurus, agencies, think tanks, universities and law schools, foundations, conferences, scientific reports, newspapers, and academic journals.
The Roosevelt Neighborhood Plan (Washington) and The Anchorage 2020/Anchorage Bowl Comprehensive Plan (Alaska) are highlighted to show how Local Agenda 21 plans balance individuals, laws, and economic growth. Readers are challenged to consider some of the little-known aspects of Community Economic Development, like mapping and mobilizing human assets, data-mining, innovative militarized policing, mandates for service, global citizenship, the Hegelian Dialectic, and the ancient spiritual foundation for a worldwide, corporate, quasi-religious legal framework.
Niki Raapana and Nordica Friedrich began publishing in 2000, after they were used as uninformed Human Subjects Research in Seattle, Washington. Their original analysis of Communitarianism reaches an international audience; their work has been referenced and reproduced in books, websites, articles, curriculums and academic papers, including the National Association of Scholars Bibliography of the Communitarian Residence Life Movement.”
Top 13 ‘Coincidental’ Connections Between Communitarianism and COVID, racism protests, Climate Change and 2020.
Community policing replacing state police
Clearly the Defund The Police aspects of the BLM narrative play directly into the currently-vague communitarian LE alternative solutions they propose.
In the UK we will soon have COVID marshalls (Marshall law?) to police COVID measures specifically:
2) Precrime elements and identification of ‘problems’:
“Every American city and town that has Community Policing follows the same principles for the new job of the police. Where it all originated is always sort of missing from the whole sales pitch presented on their websites.
“COP embraces two key policing strategies:
Response to Incidents (R2I) [and]
Problem Oriented Policing (POP).
COP balances the use of these two strategies through careful continuous analysis of activity patterns that permit differentiated police response to community needs.” New Jersey COP
(John Deaton explains: “#2 is Non-incidental; i.e., Problem Oriented Policing = Precrime Over (real) Problems = Pretty Obvious Profiling.” ) Problem Oriented Policing (POP) is a communitarian concept formulated in the 1980s.”
3) A database of everything:
”A communitarian system requires a database of everything. It needs to have a log of every piece of land: every drop of water, every animal, every insect, every plant, the air above it, the minerals below it, and every individual living on planet Earth.”
The Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) was created to achieve this objective by Professors John McKnight and Jody Kretzman.
Kretzman denies being a communitarian, but his co-author and co- designer McKnight (Barack Obama’s mentor and the signature on his Harvard Law School application), signed the Responsive Communitarian Platform.”
In Mapping and Mobilizing Community Capacity, McKnight and Kretzman spell out the need for building a sustainable community based on neighborhood assets. Assets are the possessions, properties, skills and abilities of human beings.
ABCD also screens for local training potential. Leadership is rewarded with a higher ranking volunteer position, a no-bid government contract, or a big fat grant.”
Community Mapping, Planning and Analysis for Safety Strategies (COMPASS) is another of the many international COPS’ data gathering software programs. (P.107)
Communitarian data is all linked into a global Geographical Information System (GIS). It can be accessed from anywhere in the world.
The GIS began primarily as a database of grid maps and satellite imagery used to map utilities, public roads and public services. GIS maps show the terrain, the streets, where the power lines and sewage pipes tie in, garbage routes, traffic lights, buildings and emergency facilities like hospitals and fire stations.
The GIS stores essential knowledge used to run a modern city. In the right hands, GIS technology is a benign tool. Much like a handgun, it can be safely and responsibly put to good use. But the communitarians have a more sinister design for the potential layers of data stored together in one giant, global GIS. (P.107)
In 1992, the UN suggested the GIS as a tool to implement Local Agenda 21plans. The potential for the GIS is endless.
“The Multistate Anti-Terrorism Information Exchange (MATRIX) pilot project leverages proven technology to assist criminal investigations by implementing factual data analysis from existing data sources and integrating disparate data from many types of Web-enabled storage systems. This technology helps to identify, develop, and analyze terrorist activity and other crimes for investigative leads. Information accessible includes criminal history records, driver’s license data, vehicle registration records, and incarceration/ corrections records, including digitized photographs, with significant amounts of public data records. This capability will save countless investigative hours and drastically improve the opportunity to successfully resolve investigations. The ultimate goal is to expand this capability to all states.” (U.S. Senator Michael B. Enzi from Wyoming, in a letter to Wyoming citizen James Dobson on 1/10/05. Senator Enzi, like George Soros, is a close associate of Dr. Amitai Etzioni)
4) Emphasis on conditional human rights rather than unalienable individual rights
The idea that common people must be governed by elites is always the same, but morphs every hundred years or so; the latest version of elitism is called human rights. One primary difference between individual rights and human rights is that under individual rights the burden of proof always rests on the state, whereas the more moral communitarian idea of human rights puts the burden of proving innocence on the accused.“ (p.34)
5) Emphasis on responsibilities rather than rights
“We hold that our call for increased social responsibilities… is not a call for curbing rights. On the contrary, strong rights presume strong responsibilities.” Amitai Etzioni, Informal Education Homepage
“This year they will gather at Rio Janeiro, Brazil for the 20th Anniversary of the Earth Summit, to celebrate 20 years of implementing United Nations Local Agenda 21 Programme for Sustainable Development around the globe. Issues that cross all borders, like global food security, climate change, degradation of the environment, economic crises and political unrest set the stage for world leaders to lay out their global management solutions. After years of careful preparations and agreements between elite powers, it is agreed that every individual on the planet must be subordinated to the global community. The common good will forever replace the outdated and destructive notion of individual rights.”
6) Emphasis on the collective rather than the individual
“As a scholar who dedicated the last 15 years to communitarian public philosophy, I have frequently argued that individual rights have been unduly expanded, often at the cost of the common good… In addition, I devoted a whole book to the limits of privacy, and I am among those who hold that Sept. 11, 2001, changed what constitutes a “reasonable” search.” Amitai Etzioni Communitarian Newsletter #4, received on the COMMLAW@hermes.gwu.edu elist, October 17, 2005. Also in The National Law Journal Online on September 19, 2005.
Limits to personal freedoms under the pretext of “the common good”:
Revised Noise Ordinances establish new limits for lively or loud behavior. Permits are required for even small gatherings. Large parties require background checks of all the hosts and hiring of licensed security guards. Airline travel is subject to monitoring. Hunting, fishing and guns laws change so fast, who knows what they are?” (P.79)
7) Public Private Partnerships AKA corporatism AKA fascism:
Perhaps the most topical representation of the fusion of corporate interests and the State is via the pharmaceutical companies in general and the vaccines specifically. Corporatism is, after all, Mussolini’s word to describe his particular brand of fascism.
“Certain words that define communitarian programs can be found in all the new programs. Partnerships between the government and the corporate business sector (formerly known as Fascism) and coordination are key ingredients to Rebuilding Community.
“We are a unified Department with a shared focus: strengthening our Nation – through a partnership with individual citizens, the private sector, state, local, and tribal governments, and our global partners. We must also coordinate across Federal agencies, while shaping homeland security policy and coordinating incident management.” DHS 2008 Strategic Plan
“The truth of their hidden agenda is now known and we know their real intentions. These people are front-men for the New World Order communitarians. Communitarian policy has been seen as fascist corporatism with the primary difference that instead of focussing on nation states, own country and people, it propagates a supranational policy. A secondary difference is it influences by means of informal social structures, like for example Common Purpose, instead of by institutionalised State violence – at least for the time being.” (p.278)
Private security firms, privatisation of the NHS etc are all becoming publicly accepted under the pretext of COVID. As the global economy crashes further, we will see increasing ‘assistance’ from private corporate entities.
8) Neighbourhood snitching and informants encouraged
The desire of local authorities to interact more with ’good citizens’ within communities to root out ‘problems’:
The Wars on Poverty, Drugs, Terror, Smoking, Obesity, and Crime follow Hegelian protocol for waging wars on people who show signs of State censored behaviors. What kinds of behaviors “give rise to public safety issues”? Whatever bothers the “good” people. Sold to us as just, friendly, “neighbor” cops, the new police play by international rules”.
“We’ll all help rebuild a global-to-local communitarian community. Hidden assets are uncovered during communitarian information interviews. During HUD-COPS’ crime prevention programs they are called Knock-and-Talks. In the 1980s, cops went door-to-door interviewing neighbors and identifying potential “problems.”
9) Erosion and outright demolition of private property rights.
Achieved via global economic collapse, debt forgiveness, UBI and the concept of renting what we need. Uber and the like have quietly prepared us for this state for affairs.
“Corona Power Grab: Local Govts Given Power to Demolish ‘Contaminated’ Buildings“:
“Conservation easements pick away at the borders of private property along streams and new public trails. Habitat and species restoration calls for confiscation of all private land designated as necessary to seeing the vision completed. Building permits must be pre-approved by professional global-to- local developers to ensure they fit in with the vision.” (p.79)
The removal of property rights is happening in myriad ways. Using the pretext of sustainability, we have even seen tribes thrown off ancestral lands:
Non-human species are given precedence under communitarian law; they are given much larger portions of space. Human activity in Wildlife corridors is regulated. Human beings have been identified as a threat to the planet and are reduced to being either a problem or an asset.
10) Chipping and tracking individuals:
“Insiders know that Communitarianism is the foundation for Corporatism and Monopoly Capitalism too. Hurricane Katrina helped push the idea for chipping Americans onto the COMPASS database. The new chips can be uploaded and altered via satellite.
“The ultimate solution may be that provided by a service called VeriMed. As do the other providers, VeriMed stores your PHR online — but then also provides a tiny chip that is Implanted, usually under the skin of your upper arm, containing a unique 16 digit number.” “Create your own digital medical record – How to make sure your vital information isn’t lost“ by Michael Rogers, Columnist, Special to MSNBC (2005)
11) Volunteerism, “in it together’:
In the UK we’ve been asked in the last six months of lockdown to volunteer for the health service, on farms etc. Nothing wrong per se, admirable in theory, but it undeniably serves as communitarian training. Some on state benefits have been compelled or persuaded to work in order to maintain their benefits. Some are additionally asked to volunteer for vaccine studies.
”Communitarians know what it means to give something back. They understand the need for re-training Americans. They value pure volunteerism. They believe it is in the best interests of the “community at large” to be able to identify every individual in the area. People should help. We’re all part of the new Homeland Security plan to make America safer. That’s why the Department of Homeland Security uses ABCD maps too. It’s vital to “security.”
[ 2020: Our Common Destiny – page 99 of 326 – The Anti Communitarian Manifesto ]
12) Transnational corporations continue unfettered and increase prosperity, while local business is closed down under the weight of regulation(s)
A report entitled “The Quiet Revolution,” prepared for the Council of Environmental Quality in 1971, contains a powerful statement of problems caused by delegation of land use control to towns, villages, boroughs, cities, and townships:
“This country is in the midst of a revolution in the way we regulate the use of our land. . . . The ancient regime being overthrown is the feudal system under which the entire pattern of land development has been controlled by thousands of individual local governments, each seeking to maximize its tax base and minimize its social problems, and caring less what happens to all the other.”
“Communitarian agreements sound fair and just, but all they accomplish is to protect global corporations from competition. In global disputes, communitarian law will always favor corporate interests over the small-fry local property or business owners.”
“A big problem is the fact that U.S. law was established by free men to safeguard themselves.
Sustainable partnerships between corporations and governments gets rid of the main barrier to the vision. The US government was created to protect the property and rights of individuals. US law assures individuals retain self control. Citizens oversee all US government affairs. Board directors of private companies are not subservient to citizens. The US government is accountable to everybody…. that’s what the law says anyway.
Global-to-Local business partners are not even accountable to their own stockholders. Private-public partnerships blur the lines so that only the “stakeholders” know what the stakes are in the real game.“
13) Global poverty, health and education crises in the developing world, exacerbated purely by COVID measures used as a pretext for a fairer, more equitable…blah blah blah…
UN report finds COVID-19 is reversing decades of progress on poverty, healthcare and education:
“A new world order must provide for the full and fair participation of the majority of the people of the world who live in developing countries. They must have equitable opportunities to share the benefits, just as they share the risks, of our technological civilization. And surely the highest priority should be accorded to eradication of the dire and debilitating poverty that condemns so many people, particularly in developing countries, to suffering and hunger that are an affront to the moral basis of our civilization. This is one of the primary themes of Agenda 21.” Remarks by Maurice F. Strong Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Ontario Hydro Chairman, The Earth Council, The European Institute, Washington, D.C., USA, November 4, 1993
Taxpayers should begin paying their debt to the global society now…
“… the United States has introduced major new initiatives: the Global Health Initiative (GHI) and Feed the Future (FTF). Through the GHI, the United States will invest $63 billion to help countries build and strengthen their health systems and achieve significant improvements in health outcomes, with a particular focus on women, newborns, and children. Through FTF, we will invest $3.5 billion over three years to sustainably reduce poverty and hunger through agricultural development and food security.”
“Environmental protection, law and policy: text and materials by Jane Holder, Maria Lee, Cambridge University Press (1994)“
Mostly compiled from Raapana and Friedrich’s momentous book “2020: Our Common Destiny and The Definitive Anti Communitarian Manifesto: