History of Economic Thought – 2 of 6 – The Emergence of Communism – Murray N Rothbard

Murray Rothbard died before he could write the third volume of his famous History of Economic Thought, which would cover the birth and development of the Austrian School, through the Keynesian Revolution and Chicago School. With this six-lecture course, however, the History of Economic Thought is complete.

2. The Emergence of Communism

The roots of Marxism were in messianic communism. Marx’s devotion to communism was his crucial point. Violent, worldwide revolution, in Marx’s version made by the oppressed proletariat, would be the instrument of the advent of his millennium, communism.

All visions of communism include certain features. Private property is eliminated, individualism goes by the board, individuality is flattened, all property is owned and controlled communally, and the individual units of the new collective organism are in some vague way equal to one another.

Marx’s portrayal of raw communism is very like the monstrous regimes imposed by the coercive Anabaptists of the sixteenth century. Marx never explains how a system of total greed becomes transformed into total greedlessness. Marx’s poems reflected militant atheism. A hatred of God as creator greater than himself apparently inspired Marx.

The second in a series of six lectures on the History of Economic Thought.

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communism starts as a doctrine right I
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can see by ways a great book on it a
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marvelously written book my Norman
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famous for my Norman Concorde pursuing a
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millennium it’s in paperback he writes
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this he lies about these isin unloving
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quote-unquote loving detail obviously is
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a popper or evidence of contempt and
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hatred now sardonic hatred suit of the
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millennium rerun it start over start to
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pare away with her very extremely
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affluent your extraordinary virtual evil
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are earlier than that heretic late 12th
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century opinion mr. Yokum of fiora born
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and live in Calabria and southern Italy
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came an abbot also a hermit see his
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living 45:12 Oh too late late 12th
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century
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that’s only might welcome a fiora have
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to realize he’s not just a lone nut are
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you surely unfortunately almost
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converted a couple of popes in other
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words he was just this close to
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translating this to orthodox catholic
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doctrine
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basically what he said was well first we
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watch the parent the idea for the
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prophecy that we have to look at the
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bible of fine at prophecy the end of the
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royal etc concentrating of course on the
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book of revelation and he came to
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inclusion in that history an investor
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the moves through three successive
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stages we always three by the way all
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these things it’s very much again like
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the Platonist thing you start the first
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stage as humanly with god and second
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stages of alienation why this is a
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different version than more advanced so
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to speak the first age for the age of
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the Old Testament okay so we have the
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eighty-one Old Testament this was the
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age of the Father in Holy Trinity it was
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the era of the father of the era at the
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age of the law we have a father and the
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war to a Theo nama kathira play also
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ruled by fear and servitude the second
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age our children by Jesus with the age
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of the Sun so this is the New Testament
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age of the son Christian era which is
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the Asian Age of faith and submission
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and then is coming inevitably ensue
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in the Third Age this is the age to
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watch out for danger the Holy Spirit the
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whole home breaks loose so to speak age
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of the Holy spirt the era of perfect joy
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love and freedom in the end of human
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history and of course the era of perfect
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joy and freedom does the end of property
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and nobody has any property nobody works
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to me a vision and vision the kingdom of
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God on earth very few people go about
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working another part of let me buddies
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real utopian vision so nobody works
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women come puts a paraphrasing you’re
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welcome if you’re the lawyer become
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quote one last monastery in which all
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men will be contemplatively rap
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continuously a mystical ecstasy until
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the day of the Last Judgement unquote
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now the interesting thing the reason why
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this will work unquote that’s the first
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thing you talk about communist utopia is
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who who works out of the allocate
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economic resources and watch stop who
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does all these things the answer is
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don’t have to do any of it because all
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men would be pure spirit the body would
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have let me move it away or disappear
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it’s everybody’s pure spirit if you’re
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pure stay after worry about economics or
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about labor property please all these
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things disappear everybody’s pure spirit
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chanting chanting praise to God
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so that sort of solve economic problem
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let me know economic long as there’s no
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bodies okay
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unfortunately other communist came later
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Marx for example obviously not do not
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leave impure spirit so he faced the
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economic problem which yogam
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promoted so against you have the whole
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thing the whole cream boxes so to speak
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Arab the first age of the age of
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primitive communism then you have major
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the second age age of the son is age of
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class conflict on class separation and
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then finally have the realm of perfect
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freedom total communism and no division
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of labor in the end of human history now
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have any labor at all of this like now’s
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what many year carry asks or messianic
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types welcomed assure the Builder the
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advent of the third age the final age I
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was to be soon but not too soon he
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didn’t make a mistake in Miller the
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middle right sensation be October 22nd
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1844 so be about 50 years from now 50 is
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a good time because it makes everybody
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hop stop and yet it’s not not soon
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enough you’re tested quickly my purple
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reality so you said around 1250 would be
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the reassuring of the Third Age will be
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ushered in by Rob by a cadre coverage
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vengo our order of people who are rusher
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in this Third Age will prepare the way
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and sort of leave the path here and when
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a Franciscan movement Franciscan Order
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of started around this really third
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taint the rigorous Franciscan the wing
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the rigorous way in the mission this
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life might be the anti-poverty wearing
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of the pro poverty blanket
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many of them probably were the few
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either lilica mites they’re they they’re
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the people best inertia in the final age
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a new ingredient comes into this whole
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witch’s brew and I call it that around
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the same time the end of the 12th
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century a little bit later you’re
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welcome
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University of Paris which in those days
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was the great setter for theological
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studies professor a learning professor
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of theology a favorite the world French
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royal court concluded came up with
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doctrine was a colony mo Rick whose
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followers became the mauryans
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Amorian movement and Warwick doctors
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were condemned by the Pope naki not can
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almost convert the Pope who forced the
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public replicant ation and died shortly
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thereafter the mauryans were students of
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theology in Paris usually his students
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or students or of his students and
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therefore as many people and distributed
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many popular works of theology in the
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vernacular because most people couldn’t
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rely on them the favela influence them
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in land so they were they were public
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property noising in vernacular their
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leader leader was father William or
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effects when what he was the Amorian
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which lean means girl in Latin
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apparently was either an alchemist
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Oliver Smith it’s not clear something
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that’s a professional connection with
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gold and any right the Mayans believed
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they had vice somewhere not in they
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added some more spice to us the other
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times they said each and each had its
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own incarnation with God is incarnated
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and man the first days Abraham of the
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Incarnation first incarnation the second
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age of course Jesus with the Incarnation
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the question is human beings the
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incarnation of God in the Third Age
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obviously was them they’re morons they
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were the incarnation of God on the third
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age usually years by the way with the
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Third Age types
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overcome the crop of the Messiah prefer
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women history and written for Philip
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cooler than ended I should say 3% in
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sub-zero incarnation over they proclaim
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ourselves living God’s the embodiment of
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the holy spirit and and of course they
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started as a divine elite that
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eventually everybody become a actually
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eventually effort various tribulations
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or whatever everybody will become the
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holy spirit within God’s current period
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they were they early only one or the
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elect can the early 14th century hundred
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years later there comes another group
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various groups or sort of decentralized
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continuing this tradition hold of
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brethren of the free spirit the Amoy is
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either way were wiped out all the more
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the mostly wiped out happen a weather
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continues on brothers underneath the
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Germans core-list mentioned a little as
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people will win sort of saw like hippie
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types of wandering around those fixed
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abode those fixed means of support that
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one preacher a whole bunch of rather
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than the free spread and then another
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important ingredient ingredient which
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mentioned we mentioned Clark finest
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reabsorption into God on the final stage
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we have a communism stop and then you
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have a reabsorption the final unity we
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also added a new elitist twist you know
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that the better a free spirit had two
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types of people of their brethren the
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credence spirit who would have to die
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first and and the McLaurys minority
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naming themselves and leadership was
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subtle subtle and spirit who couldn’t
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live become he absorb and therefore
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living God we’re on like tahno where
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they already had their own individual
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reabsorption and therefore there would
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be Colonel and God this minority was
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course the brother in the masalas Maya
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leadership receive a status of divinity
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by years of training soft torture
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visions so for and so on became quickly
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Gotham more perfect and more godlike
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than even Christ himself asleep because
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like we look back on the second stage
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there are a final stage they’re even
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more divine and also Proclaimers are
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greater than God himself who’s ever
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rougarou perfumer a free-spirited Shrike
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nuts in Germany claimed to be over
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nominate the Holy Trinity such that they
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could write it as Anna saddle and they
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motivate one of the women clearly when
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God created all things I created
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things with him I’m more than God hey
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also of course a long whip of being
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living God because we have an extreme
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crown we of know the antinomian heresy
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namely some people regard and it’s
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impossible for them to sin anything they
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do can’t be send my definition because
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they’re already divine and whatever the
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rule is necessarily more imperfect and
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of course the free spreads like other
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night enemies attempted to demonstrate
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their freedom from sin by doing all
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sorts of simple things and then there’s
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a catch of the free spirit only a
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minority as I said with a cord of wine
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these are the leadership of the priests
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person rank-and-file was destined to
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become God they were striving to make it
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don’t make it eventually and it was only
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one sin for these people and with the
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other sends her out because they’re
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living gods and so for and so on example
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Mikasa Basel is one of the top three
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spirits had a zone cult so then I get
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final only one sent ever disobey Nagata
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Basel right they go the bottles God ah
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that’s it I mean disobedience it was a
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central which we met by immediate
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punishment so a she each disciple for
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the open absolutely obedience then the
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COS of bother being a living god this is
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I guess too much the other plea Spurs
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so in returns everybody already remember
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lik Alyssa Basel in group took an oath
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will complete obedience nickels and Bala
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return for which she granted them
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freedom or senses he was God
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it also in the legal aid package circle
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what about the rest of the mankind
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outside the cults well they’re there
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they’re mostly exported using exploited
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by the elect and so well with this
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became kami and a silver institution
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fiber property in other words around
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communism was essentially expect other
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words the idea whether you like Lou
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couldn’t could steal money stealing
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property Mike many bodies if they were
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they’ll like they were divine and
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therefore for them communism essentially
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met everybody your boobs are my goods so
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this sort of Strasbourg summed it up
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13:17 about their doctrine they believe
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other things are common once they
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conclude a stuffed with ruffled for lap
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well then of course I think other people
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stealing from them they wouldn’t look on
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read/write benignly
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for example you’re on Hart and models of
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he spirit add that from Airport in
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Germany so the truly free man is king
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literal creatures all things belong to
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him and he has the right to use whatever
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pleases them
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if anyone tries to prevent him the feed
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man may kill him and take his goods so
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pre man being one of the elect and other
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favorite sayings the better of the free
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spirit was whatever the eye sees and
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covets what the hand grasping great
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moral theory then we have the early 15th
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century we have the final ingredient
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rule all of us but we extremely alert
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Ambilight movement which is itself a
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rustling of the rattling of the hussite
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movement which bubble up in Bohemia
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there were pre Protestant group in
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fifteen century Czechia or I guess we
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really describe it
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which blended by the way of ridges
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struggle against Catholic Church
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nationality Czechs versus German in the
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class or NASM versus the patrician so
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the sort of blend that all three of
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these things cover right movement
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extremely of the Tama rites added to
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this rule a couple with some added
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something else duty the divine will
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exterminate all heretics which means
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every writes up themselves so the last
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days are coming soon the final of the
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final days and the rectum must go around
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stamp out send by exterminating oil
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centers the easiest way to stamp out
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center was exterminated the Therns which
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means all non-paper right is very least
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so the center of our enemies of Christ
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in Kota cush would be the man who
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withholds his sword from shutting the
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blood of the enemies of Christ every
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believer must wash his hands in that
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blood having a mindset of course they
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didn’t stop it and lecture destruction
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in addition to killing you hold on
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heretic they would bury all non
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heretical things like books images
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paintings libraries over and so on sorry
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I’d like to have no need for books when
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the King of God on earth or either no
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one would be quote me for anyone to
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teach another the only four books or
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scriptures and all worldly wisdom will
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perish
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I guess all people to the general
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destruction of everything is custom to
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send general destruction and of course
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again the table writes no eternal law
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stage now legend or major early
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communism everything is great society
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with no private property and of course
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in order to do I have exterminate the
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cities witchers sectors of sin and
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avarice and luxury and greed merchants
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the landlord and virtually everybody
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else we robbed and answer we would like
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to establish the coming of King of God
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on earth and Bohemia by revolutionary
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means and then spread out the rest of
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the world now now working with a mark
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him in tomorrow the world the magician
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of that very consistent economy this is
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true by the way communist in general
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just sort of been dropped out of the
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literature also coming as an women
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crystal embodies the Kevin Wright
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preachers left-wing preachers toward
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everything will become including wives
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be no marriage at separate cetera they
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found all the first place the hussite
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revolution breaks out in 1419 in the
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same year left-wing tabloid stuff
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together on captured of town Kirsty in
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northern mo he Mia they renamed the
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tambura which I guess means Jesus
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metabolic or something like this
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unbiblical the New Testament references
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have born and they rename this town
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pavani installed have a right communism
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so to speak engaging the communist
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experiment only everything in common
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that a gator the composition called the
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railroads private property commits a
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mortal sin unquote only women Roman
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common through their doctrines have
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husband or wife ever seen together they
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were beaten to death or otherwise
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executed for of execution to leave your
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imagination but also the reader they
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believe the really unlimited right to
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consume from a common storehouse they
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had a common storehouse nobody gets paid
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everybody sort of takes what they need
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except the tambour rights of course far
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they were exempt more work if they were
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divine as a result of Liberty working
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and everybody taking for coming store
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there’s not much pop production left but
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really the common store disappears and
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who’s going to contribute through it the
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temple one of the great communist
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problems so then it’s is the common
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stories have a right and whiskey with
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Gowanus I will now we now we take robbed
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and exterminate every buddy outside of
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padborg we externalize the movement sort
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of sweeten the moderates under the
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moderate amber writer will put very much
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against us they saw that the many
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communities ever think of earning a
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living by the work of our hands are only
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willing to live on other people’s
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property to undertake unrest campaigns
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and so purpose of robbing anywhere you
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are whisper with alienating everybody
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around them the peasants everybody out
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there the pebble right the asleep
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experiment quickly collapsed like that
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but it took up again I get keep tumbling
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you’re on it’s because the ideas picked
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up by other groups one group of the
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Bohemian analytes who added another
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special low especially in trolley who
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had their own special contributions on
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the great movement the animal
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again like the free spirulina girl
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living god superior Christ – and one of
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the reasons I want yeah this is get this
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is the reason why they were superior to
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Christ because Christ is dead and
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they’re still alive there’s one at least
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he’s convincing me whenever we
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short-sighted certainly again not all
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goods strictly owned uncommon really a
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demise the marriage of the civil heinous
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sin purity was compulsory the RMIT’s
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since the chase were unwilling to enter
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the Messianic Kingdom any man could
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choose any woman at will and what would
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have to be a belied also the Anna might
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run around naked most of the time
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imitating the original state of Adam and
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Eve the alleged original state also
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notice the Vella peculiar thing our
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government there’s a famous CREP but
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whatever in the 20th century or whatever
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was not prohibited as compulsory only
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the analyzed both made promiscuity
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compulsory and restricted because it was
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compulsory but only on the permission
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Vienna my leader brings out of Moses and
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so murder engaging a puppy promiscuity
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have had his permission again Lou like
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all the other always other gods Anna
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mites regarded as a sacred divine
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mission to exterminate all the
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unbelievers and world we were restored
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as a marvelous image I think we’re in
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the sword and so blood floods the world
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in light of a horse’s bridle okay this
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is the time you know like that they were
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God’s eyes set to cut down and eradicate
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young righteous like these groups began
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to use the agricultural image of the
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sighs I am God side and here right the
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those are finally really crushed better
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moderate
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aside tomorrow remember rights did not
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expect that we’re robbing and killing
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everybody they could selling for the
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commando raid that killed Robin Kelly
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unrighteous they were finally smashed
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but again it keeps popping up and then
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we get we getting out of the Anabaptists
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this is after a reformation comes and
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lets loose want more of these people I
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can easily spend the rest of the hour
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talking about they are Baptists but the
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the kitchen and bitching narratives and
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examples it really starts with thomas
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müntzer was a first course amount of
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map dose of coming around baptist mu n
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TZ erm Wow
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right so authors a as a young priest and
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then becomes a Lutheran there’s quite
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loaded in the scriptures and I’m writing
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the German mystics becomes a Lutheran so
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Luther launching the Reformation in 1520
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into the area and Luther recommends them
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for a top top pastor Earth’s he then
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continues on metal meets a bohemian only
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vulnerable he me indeed for sorry old
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Mohini in movement a we’ve run in the
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course torches which converts them to
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the old cattle ride doctrine and Inter
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picks it up as no can become the Prophet
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he said he goes from one city in Germany
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to another usually getting kicked out
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but getting more and more fair words and
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what time is kind of funny kind of
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amusing you’re such a key at the
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Heartland so I got to meet the checks
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and slots preaching for them
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unfortunately didn’t know check and they
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didn’t know Germans it was her cover was
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a preaching failure you might imagine
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anyway but he keeps finding more and
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more support those in one more town gets
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kicked out for the revolutionary
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organization called illegal the elect
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he has kind of one interesting things is
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the Duke this kind of interest has heard
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about the sky preaching that’s there any
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goes to listen to him the little brother
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love Prince the kingdom of Saxony and it
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looks like a real dimwit to me but he’s
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preaching his doctrine he lays it all I
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covered Luke look and the prices have an
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obligation goes exterminate they are
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they are early unrighteous and then he
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says that they don’t do it the princes
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fell as more as divine obligation then
19:10
we will have to rise up because he put
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to the sword shall be taken from ER if
19:14
they resisted Bethany sorta without
19:15
mercy no and then we will rise up and
19:17
slaughter all the purses and books and
19:18
somehow the grouping realized
19:20
implications guidance of a interesting
19:24
creature let started him he poses a
19:26
communist regime he takes over the pound
19:28
more housing the communal property be in
19:32
common and as one contemporary observer
19:36
said he of self ever spoken along one of
19:37
the work again now the other guys will
19:40
control will contribute a corner of the
19:41
ability I’m will take you’re going to
19:43
our needs if they seem to be the
19:44
practical implication royalist and I
19:47
told my love a lot come is in the lava
19:49
basically means fascism and general
19:52
slaughter hey let’s serve let’s wrap up
19:55
in the peasants war which is much more
19:57
general thing as the nobility and his
19:59
wing of Anabaptist presence gets in and
20:01
run around he gets he gets finely
20:03
chopped up but we gotta keep splitting
20:05
his body movin movin the greatest
20:08
discouragement watching on it keeps
20:10
picking up the cycle before he gets
20:12
conked out he better like one of the
20:14
things with mental abilities he was
20:16
marching with his the peasants here both
20:19
the princes of the language had a huge
20:21
number of cavalry artillery hello a
20:22
firepower presence had practically
20:24
nothing in their arms and he titled the
20:26
president given last flamey speech
20:28
holding a lot of naked sword months
20:29
Ernie says don’t worry about I could rot
20:31
up honestly personally personally upon
20:33
with me victory and he would catch all
20:35
the enemy cannon better than exceed with
20:36
his cloak and God would protect them all
20:38
this is a strategic moment he spoke
20:40
because he kept up at the peroration a
20:42
rainbow emerged in the sky and windows
20:45
consider the symbol of the movement so
20:46
like a really makes me remember
20:47
coalition and I was it was a sign that
20:52
he would be triumphant
20:53
of course the whole gang was slurred
20:55
presents him whole illness they write
20:59
misinterpret of a sign I guess and so
21:02
other fires popped up and finally
21:03
finally we get tally they get a town of
21:06
course sometimes I’ve got a real city
21:07
I’m a ten thousand which is a big city
21:09
girls in those days they get a city in
21:11
northwestern Germany called Minster I
21:13
got difficult in myself distinguish
21:15
between MIT sir amidst it anyway up
21:17
there into led by this time and list of
21:19
the final though I think I years
21:21
experiment compulsory communist
21:23
this is 1530s I think you’re on thirty
21:26
two three four of them period so a
21:29
climate climax little compulsory
21:30
Anabaptist movement and when he capture
21:32
Minster every order good guy so to speak
21:34
we’ve I mean they have to leave my time
21:36
in fact got expelled
21:37
well first of all some of the summers
21:38
hot tub theoretician said let’s kill
21:40
them or kill or Lutheran or Catholic and
21:42
Mister a gleam of rationality entered
21:45
the head of it two heads and one way
21:48
Malthus netherland mean Olson
21:49
Malthus fan after matters die buckling
21:52
takes over as an assistant boggles is
21:54
also known history and Jana Biden was a
21:57
poem self King King buckles up nine
21:59
ladies so rationality takes over among
22:02
these people I said nah we won’t kill
22:03
them more my anger is some of them
22:04
everybody else in Germany and Europe
22:07
let’s just drive them out but expel them
22:09
a little of snow storm forcing reward
22:11
clothes property money behind very
22:13
reminiscent of Cambodian Pol Pot right
22:15
Union Cambodian is plus rate expression
22:17
during a snowstorm and so the good guys
22:20
out in a bag Irene every nut and you’re
22:22
a Northern Europe every horse ran battle
22:24
Optima so this is it this is the New
22:26
Jerusalem and the idea where the older
22:27
fun monster will flow outward and all
22:30
everything ought to be destroyed and all
22:33
the oil become one great mister so they
22:34
are fraught than their home difference
22:36
followers of different groups lucky all
22:39
rights and the Rothman nights and the
22:40
whole budget thing we all fought those
22:41
discrete right-center hair out this so
22:44
first day of Christine the grocery
22:46
communism is there so we’re extreme
22:48
things that immediately bottle son of
22:50
Malthus involved with a culturally
22:51
outlawed money use of money which you’re
22:53
also done in Cambodia the best way you
22:55
get control over populations out long
22:57
money another they confiscated all the
22:59
money from then on any things which any
23:01
things you received by the ration and
23:03
kind of the beloved elect may require a
23:06
full equality of course with someone
23:07
more equal than others is when you all
23:09
know and the electro running everything
23:11
you’re like the size who gets how much
23:12
food and whatever against about imagine
23:15
situation because they have really
23:16
hopeful you can’t really have people go
23:18
toilet Arianism lost you abolish money
23:19
and I written the state then provides
23:21
you with every point of their wisdom and
23:23
large lesson benevolence
23:25
right the the money by we’re all
23:27
confiscated and used for brothel turn
23:29
has has congregated by stuff in the
23:32
outside world so firstly they spell over
23:35
any Catholic Lutheran’s or whatever else
23:36
was around there so for a while is
23:39
compulsory marriage avoid ugly elect and
23:44
then there was a little bit of rebellion
23:46
against that we probably said okay well
23:47
under the other side about three months
23:49
from compulsory marriage imposed to
23:50
become a security for everybody and the
23:52
communism women again came in which he
23:55
took there like a duck takes the water
23:56
at map ie mediately very quickly at 13
23:58
wives and goodbye units unified theory
24:03
and practice anyway Malthus by the way
24:07
we found Malthus the original absolute
24:09
leader of this group he got to eat your
24:11
fruits with too much hubris he was
24:13
convinced that Easter a God in order him
24:15
and a few people rush out and the feet
24:17
of those bishops armies and he rushed
24:19
out their purses all hacked to pieces
24:21
the battles and then becomes of a king
24:23
we finally had a supper claim
24:25
Kimbell away so boggles Illinois people
24:27
gathered with another profit early more
24:29
powerful which of course with himself
24:30
hey well one time by eleven he
24:32
instituted a new rule buckle sunny he
24:35
ran through the streets of Munster a
24:37
naked and frenzied fooling them to a
24:39
silent three-day ecstasy he rose on a
24:42
third day as someone’s another person
24:43
did an announcement announced of a
24:47
populist a new dispensation has been
24:49
arrived at which was that he got a
24:50
review over him that he’s Baga take over
24:53
his your bastard previous town offices
24:56
and haven’t proclaimed self proclaimed
24:57
over and king in all atoms I think he
25:00
would pick all the elders and me well
25:01
rest of it by the way for any act
25:04
disagreeing any act whatsoever makes is
25:06
a litany of stuffing along on any act
25:08
disobedience to the bottle son price
25:10
using money disobey me or any kind of
25:13
edict including by way lying avarice and
25:16
quarreling quarreling
25:18
that’s probably meeting with us that’s
25:20
how is everything is cool total a
25:21
malignant that’s out anything crawling
25:24
nagging anything definite like so some
25:27
of the great Asian of capital punishment
25:30
those are compulsory polygamy because
25:32
most of the men had left leaving the
25:34
wise insure my hind so three to one
25:36
ratio of women to men and most of the
25:38
time so compulsory polygamy with least
25:40
technologically feasible and by the way
25:42
here’s the great things I’ll wind up
25:44
moccasin this note especially quieter in
25:47
poverty no light winds up adorably takes
25:49
a little confiscated money transcends in
25:51
the gold and jewelry and he in his court
25:53
he is cleaning in his Nobles other calm
25:56
so they elect or what’s your fantastic
25:59
luxury stop living in fantastic luxury
26:01
where everyone else is really literally
26:02
starving hurry desperate and a van as
26:06
reason for this because a few people I
26:08
guess a little bit edgy about this how
26:09
do you explain you have to put
26:11
absolutely quality absolute communist
26:12
how come these guys these guys are
26:14
living in luxury that slice is very
26:16
interesting what since we are now God’s
26:17
we’re no longer we’re now purest Thurid
26:20
therefore none of this means anything to
26:21
us see we’ve risen above pure material
26:24
objects so we’re not really enjoying it
26:26
or whatever if you can fly if you buy
26:27
that I got Brooklyn bridges up there and
26:29
say you too
26:31
so a rate as a world last day the bishop
26:35
and everybody were funny the seizures or
26:37
less than programming
26:39
it was only betrayed by few informers
26:40
and clearly got out of the pounce load
26:42
over the course of her buckles and
26:44
movement not to much adieu so that I
26:47
guess the end of compulsory communist
26:50
experiment the thing we have to remember
26:51
is the left rough liberal historians and
26:53
Marxist historian dealing this issue how
26:56
do they how to react to these people I
26:58
mean I see any rational person react
27:00
react in total our the buckle simian
27:03
movement alors they love them and great
27:05
people why are they eleven twenty little
27:07
communists no question about that
27:09
and believe in communism and carried on
27:11
till there was a mass movement popular
27:13
movement of the people no question about
27:15
that either mostly people were some
27:16
really real life’s losers no question
27:19
about the fact with a lower-class
27:20
movement a working common working-class
27:22
movement peasant Lebanon caught and they
27:24
marched little corps I guess should I
27:26
call a limpin lumpin poet Arion movement
27:28
we were marginal types and I was
27:31
communist movement therefore it’s great
27:32
it’s really kind of interesting we
27:34
historians ruffling and started talking
27:36
about the people they loved them so
27:39
setting stage rehearsal history
27:41
communism again pops up again the sort
27:44
of the spread of the compulsory comfy
27:47
ISM and a baptism for most people first
27:49
time it pops up especial evolution of
27:52
this before the French French
27:53
Revolutions things are being overturned
27:55
in general we have a secularized version
27:58
of this but not always secularize we
28:01
know of course the marches an atheist
28:02
but there’s a real play a real
28:03
dispute until a very on until 1848
28:05
really time of Communist Manifesto real
28:07
dispute between Christian communists and
28:09
that’s a theist communist it was really
28:11
agree and everything cept the groundwork
28:13
the atheist version a secularized
28:15
version of course you know about called
28:17
secular and a communist version which
28:20
was the the Christian version which was
28:21
that they are the Prophet the same stuff
28:23
we’re talking about just a little bit on
28:26
that one part of course the Atheist
28:28
communists had the we call the agency of
28:31
social change or with how does this
28:32
brought about I have it has come in a
28:34
big board rack for religious for
28:36
personal any old types is easy God
28:38
brings in the bathroom history is
28:40
inevitable the Messiah returns all the
28:42
Prophet returns and makes it about for
28:45
eight years however we have real problem
28:46
who bring how does it how is this
28:47
brought about you can’t rely on the
28:49
Ungaro Third Age anymore
28:52
bring around most socialist or communist
28:54
all right socialism communism was very
28:56
blowing all throughout Europe in 1830 is
28:59
at 40 all sorts of socialist groups oh
29:00
and I Troy oh right – how much of the
29:02
whole bunch of stuff but anyway all
29:04
these people said well we educate the
29:07
public
29:07
essentially educationists but that
29:09
because we’re not suitable for Marx Marx
29:10
want to show it was inevitable quote
29:12
scientific unquote it’s going to come
29:14
about got a common map but never able to
29:15
Creed my history and of course the
29:17
bringing in hug you I hate Nigeria is
29:19
Amalia nation’s dialectic is allowed to
29:22
do it he found his whenever the alleged
29:24
inevitability machine will leg up on
29:26
everybody else who rely on people’s will
29:30
there were also communist groups in the
29:32
17th century civil war in England passed
29:34
them by quickly monarchy men the diggers
29:37
and so forth and the the two big toes
29:41
offic communist so to speak before the
29:42
French Revolution Mammalia Morelli
29:44
member Lee was a aristocrat are
29:47
interestingly enough the brother that
29:49
was a fair utility theorist Condillac
29:52
thing with mumbly the Condor like us on
29:55
this memory was a solicit was
29:57
aristocraft
29:58
person spent most of his time rivers I
30:01
guess something every 980 trot rather
30:04
than a eighteen and some keen fifty even
30:05
boys anywhere a lot of stuff is
30:07
Alexander gray by the way I guess now we
30:09
get the social of my world there’s a
30:10
whole bunch of books I could recommend
30:11
one of the great one great works by
30:13
Alexander gray rohini perceptive
30:16
sardonic cool officials tradition that’s
30:20
a very got on Ricardo and so forth
30:21
another book two books one is called
30:22
development economic cooperation a short
30:25
put my gray which deals very well it’s
30:27
that Ricardo etc and larger book hello
30:29
socialist tradition the road from making
30:31
30s to 50s so what he says about memory
30:33
what he says memory memories works are
30:36
quote the plural numerous and extensive
30:38
unquote compute extremely prolific
30:40
tangle kind of stuff he wrote this
30:43
collected works is very popular at the
30:45
time collecting works range from twelve
30:47
to twenty six volume depending on the
30:48
Edition which came out and four
30:50
different editions after he died and
30:52
there was he got in 1785 by the time of
30:55
French Revolution was coming up with
30:56
quarter physicians were thirty runyan
30:58
work extremely popular remembered belief
31:01
was legal Italian he was through the
31:04
whole matter perfectly
31:05
on uniform no matter what are the same
31:08
everywhere totally uniform he professes
31:11
ernest lluch truth in laws of nature and
31:13
advocated communist his problem was of
31:15
course the follow who does the work or
31:17
is the used to be said in my day who
31:18
brings under socialism who carries out
31:20
the garbage if property is only common
31:22
each person is equal who’s going to
31:23
contribute of the common store he had
31:26
some solutions to it
31:27
my solution my wife is quite prominent
31:29
in the rough period so there’s a good
31:31
recognized economic promise tighten your
31:33
belt reduce your desires and once was a
31:37
big gap of communism is producing very
31:38
little you just desire arrest sort of a
31:42
mystical of indian solution or whatever
31:43
buddhist solution it’s not a solution
31:46
appeal to may appear that the other the
31:49
other solution was the solution of madly
31:51
he went to raja CLE all these possible
31:53
solutions of the economic problem under
31:55
communism they of course they’re not
31:56
talking about a calculation debate of
31:57
this course Mises contribution much
31:59
later the other one was where we give
32:00
them ribbons and medals this is the che
32:02
guevara not a tongue solution you don’t
32:05
give them more money is everybody’s
32:06
equal be given a lot of ribbons hero of
32:08
the socialist revolution metal things
32:10
like that that would provide the
32:11
incentive to lift the river work got a
32:14
quote from alexander great magnificent
32:16
critique events so the idea of the war
32:18
may find its driving force and Birthday
32:20
Honours List was the king but they honor
32:22
the list giving the king if necessary
32:26
365 official birthdays in the year
32:28
occurs were pathetic frequency in the
32:30
more utopian form of socialist
32:32
literature or well perhaps furious are
32:34
bamboo bitten with a notion of the
32:35
demand lay some an important distinction
32:38
do you know higher bigger medals for
32:40
more working so for things so they said
32:43
but obviously if any we’re wiser they
32:45
crave enough to say that they prefer
32:47
indolence to a ribbon there would be
32:49
many such there would have to be allowed
32:51
at the tea to read either lives sponging
32:52
on our neighbors perhaps somewhere laugh
32:55
obtain the ribbon my burst into a blaze
32:56
of laziness and or they might without
32:58
distraction save it a pleasure with your
33:00
company this consideration mammaries
33:02
really short of one which is expected of
33:05
what will be done by all without
33:06
intermission and a hope of a distinction
33:08
become or a gratitude for distinction
33:10
already received he then goes on to say
33:12
that as you hand out more more
33:14
distinctions the value of each
33:15
distinction becomes less every third guy
33:17
down a block as
33:18
in that metal but good is it and then he
33:21
says further he says madly do not say
33:23
how or by whom has distinction I ought
33:25
to be conferred it is assumed that all
33:27
these is assumed says gray there would
33:29
be universal unquestioning belief of a
33:31
fountain of Honor a spray is refreshing
33:33
waters and all the most deserving and
33:34
our number the most deserving that’s not
33:37
even the innocent faith as well exist in
33:39
the world as we know it wasn’t likely to
33:41
exist in any earthly paradise that many
33:42
may imagine miss Lindley says a general
33:44
or a civil servant kept really unruly in
33:46
the queue for the night of the bat
33:48
they fired you for auto replacement of
33:50
someone as a hope to serve zeal may flag
33:52
in other words my father was any if I
33:54
could the sky down a box that is rank on
33:55
my ribbon how of it and Mathers was not
33:58
consider these natural human traits
34:02
anyway at bottom Mallory was a realized
34:05
they said it’s not going to work he said
34:07
I love communism basically he said
34:09
there’s no hope for its victory because
34:10
you can’t there won’t be a man is not
34:12
good enough to solve this problem to be
34:14
a new social of man of the mostess relay
34:16
your sight so you’re basically a
34:17
pessimist
34:18
therefore don’t really inspire stimulate
34:19
the revolutionary communist movement
34:21
blur hey had Morelli we don’t know his
34:23
first name unknown figure writing in
34:27
1755 and Frenchman who again worked in
34:31
one of the five editions in few years
34:33
mother was optimist no no we can’t
34:34
establish man will be good enough to
34:37
establish communism because man is this
34:40
is quest a ruse Elinor Vogel was so
34:42
ization like all men are good and
34:44
beautiful and benevolent will work hard
34:45
of Direction so forth only institutions
34:47
are evil especially across institutional
34:49
private property where is how you have
34:52
easily institution created by good men
34:54
how they can be evil is something on the
34:55
exams of our talk about in a
34:57
contradiction so from morality
34:59
illustration becoming isotopy it also be
35:01
easy and this is a beginning of my way
35:02
of Lenin’s famous statement all you have
35:04
to do the initial resources so be a
35:06
record keeper you know London don’t need
35:08
Agra norwich don’t need allocator
35:10
illusive list stuff like a bookkeeper
35:12
and then more le I guess originally in
35:14
this idea I just have a Minister of
35:15
Labour and just enumerates everything
35:17
this thing isn’t this person that I’ve
35:19
said do you need but then he says being
35:21
a pessimist on human nature you know an
35:22
optimist on alleged optimist the chief
35:25
Liam prepare to employ goofy course of
35:27
methods to keep all that so-called good
35:28
citizen in line
35:29
you recognize the fact and looking good
35:31
people walk us through the proper amount
35:32
of work that’s a coercion comes in very
35:34
very heavily with Morelli
35:36
they’re private property of course every
35:39
person who maintained employed by the
35:40
public every man we forced the work it’s
35:42
a tribute of the public storehouse work
35:44
according to his talents marriage is a
35:47
compulsory a once again we have this
35:48
whole thing for free personal life
35:50
children to be brought up not only
35:52
community but absolutely identical a by
35:54
identically in through clothing and
35:56
training I need that just seems to
35:58
because there are people I’d done I go
35:59
before you can do this versus all
36:01
governesses whatever I then I go and
36:05
also no differences and that won’t be
36:07
tolerated for awfully religious doctrine
36:10
is absolutely absolutely the squad no
36:12
deficit tolerate of children to not be
36:14
corrupted by any cold fable story or
36:16
ridiculous fictions close no fairy tale
36:19
of fiction at all especially Mikey
36:21
unsound own trade our borders be
36:23
forbidden my enviable we’re all the
36:26
Rings would be the same goes in whole
36:27
architectural they everybody’s a little
36:28
insane barracks group that equal o’clock
36:31
clothing an emailer Saint fabric etc etc
36:35
occupations assigned by the state
36:37
everybody with temperature change these
36:38
whatever will be sacred and inviolable
36:40
forever eternal anybody trying to change
36:42
our advocating changes me isolated
36:44
incarcerate of a life again I’m going to
36:46
quote grow as a sort of summing up
36:48
talking about all these guys rambling
36:49
Mullaly old socialist communist utopia
36:51
including Marxism it says near there was
36:53
a group he have we’re writers have set
36:56
up a describe the idea of stayin review
36:57
its functioning through I do
36:58
institutions and in other cases we’re
37:01
assure that never was such a happy
37:02
population get in fact know you’re
37:04
probably urban ever been ascribing which
37:06
any sane manner but on any conditions
37:07
consent to live he could possibly escape
37:12
great a French Revolution that bus
37:14
movement comes our key thing as a as the
37:16
organized movement to achieve
37:18
revolutionary communist movement to
37:19
achieve these ideals Caius grakkus Bob
37:23
buff the conspiracy the equals
37:25
violent always stuff as a exciting book
37:28
on a history of the movement and
37:30
socialist movement their
37:32
interconnections around applications in
37:34
fact he’s not pulling sound all the
37:36
theories talking about these excellent
37:37
on history of always easy
37:38
that’s footnotes about eight different
37:39
languages at the rate James Billington
37:43
call the fire on the minds of men huge
37:46
Brooke massive work show how each of
37:49
these people influence each other and
37:50
pops up the different place and sets up
37:52
a revolutionary movement and next one’s
37:54
stopping way up some very obscure but
37:56
important communist characters making
37:58
thirties and forties but but how they
38:00
say was a great organized leader like my
38:02
buffers they the organizer all running
38:05
so to speak of this this movement in the
38:09
during the French Revolution
38:10
17 1993 that whole period covered
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equality perfect communism separate
38:15
cetera abortion property communal
38:17
storehouses all the rest of it and by
38:20
the way that become our superiors
38:21
whether they have to be running
38:22
everything obviously an equal set up she
38:25
admits everybody’s controlled from birth
38:27
to death and he very strong punishments
38:30
all the punishments were trying to love
38:32
a detail but buffets gonna be done the
38:33
dissenters and heretics people disobey
38:35
orders O’Neill’s are beaten in public in
38:38
every commune
38:39
compulsory with tellers for everybody
38:41
for community members and he can’t
38:43
travel without permission the
38:44
administration nori on cetera et cetera
38:47
you wrestle against private
38:48
entertainment be strictly forbidden
38:50
quote lest imagination released from the
38:51
supervision of a strict judge she’ll
38:53
engender abominable vices contrary to
38:55
the common weal unquote with exterior at
38:57
all divine revelation because he’s an
39:00
atheist communist would be then by Laura
39:02
moon Maurice minute plainly he he added
39:05
to in as an organizer of a movement
39:07
rather than a theoretician so much he
39:09
said that we have to complete the French
39:11
Revolution my total upheaval without
39:13
smart total public people in total
39:15
destruction of always the same things so
39:17
that out of this new a new imperfect
39:19
world could then rise up out of this
39:20
Google web it as usual these guys like
39:23
destruction was fairly clear the polls a
39:25
new imperfect world is kind of cloudy of
39:27
emerge eventually the rougher a little
39:29
Italian manifesto which saw the ancestor
39:32
of the first manifesto answers for
39:33
becoming a professor by about 50 years
39:35
who rises up in a spur blue manifesto he
39:37
suddenly everything returned to chaos
39:39
and out of chaos Miller emerge a new and
39:41
regenerated world as I then the great
39:43
comments on this he says but it was idly
39:45
anihilation of all things trusting that
39:47
out of the best the destruction of a
39:48
fierce city may arise and buoyed by such
39:51
a hope I blithely would be but why the
39:53
storm by the storm
39:54
okay the qiam
39:57
Mark’s wives I discovered I was trying
39:59
to read through Marxism and working in
40:00
my book tries when our laughing you know
40:03
ten million words have been written on
40:04
marks my marks was all bad I finally
40:07
came conclusion icky icky of the
40:09
Marshalls a commie
40:11
you might think this is fairly trivial
40:12
conclusion but it isn’t because I
40:14
haven’t read the syllabus you can
40:16
highlight Adam I understand that he
40:17
doesn’t mention the fact that Marshalls
40:18
economy Ricky so something about the
40:21
book there’s more starts as a
40:22
millenarian communist 80s version and
40:25
then he tries to find the handler what
40:27
he doesn’t want he’s not interested in
40:28
convincing people and more or less if he
40:29
wants to find convolution was inevitable
40:32
problem nature as the creed or whatever
40:34
it’s going to come inevitably and that’s
40:37
the so-called scientific aspect
40:38
scientific socialism against utopian a
40:40
scientific quote unquote the inevitable
40:42
laws of history decree will come about
40:44
and morality then becomes swinging and
40:47
million evitable well there’s nothing
40:50
watches anti morality in favor of the
40:51
moral men anything which refers of the
40:53
communist revolution inevitable
40:54
revolutions internally anymore that
40:56
which blocks their stops it restrains it
40:59
I should say
41:00
so the idea of mankind to help their
41:03
only inevitable marks the famous
41:04
metaphor become the Midwife of history
41:06
says Alexander great points out a lot of
41:08
up spectacle metaphors and marks the
41:12
more start over the coming then he tries
41:13
to find the handle and how am i it’s
41:15
inevitable what’s going to combat and
41:16
the handle consists of an integration
41:18
array are I think a very interesting
41:19
integration of Peggy Lee and the area
41:22
nations stop he start solving like with
41:23
a Lustig alien the dielectric alienation
41:26
or the rest of it and later on trying to
41:29
find the economic and they guess for the
41:30
class struggle in alienation the class
41:32
contacts and prokaryote class conflict
41:34
and then where the class conflict stage
41:36
why was right as capitalism inevitably
41:39
emergence in the socialist revolution
41:42
communist revolution and then reliever
41:44
theory of value comes in very late in
41:45
this thing as a part of a handling and
41:47
quite theory of crisis and all at the
41:49
impoverishment of equality area to show
41:51
why it is well polar power will rise up
41:53
and smash the capitalist class I think M
41:56
plus become fewer and fewer and workers
41:58
become larger and larger them becomes
41:59
fairly easy to do it the key whether the
42:01
communist and vision was how do you how
42:03
do you achieve Oakland Oakland with
42:04
communism an interesting thing is that
42:06
the Marx didn’t publish the economic
42:09
philosophical manuscripts of 1840
42:11
for much of this was in did not get
42:14
published in his lifetime and also
42:15
England publisher angles because lives
42:17
on twelve years or so after Marx and
42:19
trying to publish thoughts copy tah
42:21
capital which was not also unfinished he
42:24
never published this stuff and corrected
42:26
never got published till I think
42:26
nineteen thirties and some Marxism grew
42:29
up in Europe not know anything about the
42:31
communist stuff about so-called humanist
42:33
aspects of Marx or Hungarian s but
42:35
Kowski who was who became ingleses
42:37
anointed this leading disciple called
42:40
Caspian in Germany didn’t know the marks
42:42
anymore theory at all just or the march
42:44
of scientific and economists and try to
42:46
bring in some morality I think Darwin or
42:48
something like that he didn’t know
42:49
anything about this so the question is
42:51
right and Martin angles suppress the
42:53
publication of this material circle
42:55
early marks the humanist humanist I
42:57
think he said it was certainly sardonic
43:01
aspect to it and we’ll see I think why
43:04
that’s true because I don’t think
43:05
anybody would have brought it not too
43:07
many communists or Paulo Terrans were
43:09
brought the hoax the whole package if
43:11
they knew about it after the after the
43:14
humanists stuff came out in linking 30s
43:17
in sucker and Marshalls began to look at
43:19
it then they became sort of conflict
43:21
between Lee so-called humanist Marxist
43:24
by that handle it the theory value is
43:26
becoming discredited very few Marxist
43:28
now believe in labor theory of value
43:29
even Joan Robinson people like that have
43:32
abandoned it is then they started
43:33
latching on alleged humanist early Marx
43:36
alienation Nora sounds radio trendy etc
43:39
not quite realizing that’s even more
43:41
totalitarian the so-called scientific he
43:43
can economist Marx or maybe realizing at
43:46
any rate and so it was a split but how
43:48
to say and Sweezey and these people turn
43:50
on the early stuffers irrelevant he
43:52
didn’t run a million few minutes
43:54
basically the only one Marx and the one
43:57
Marx is pretty monstrous and it’s a
43:58
combination of a parody of the communist
44:01
visioning humanist vision plus the
44:03
latest about the account economics but
44:05
which is essentially a kind of final
44:06
route to the inevitable communist looks
44:09
on all of us I can Oh amble suggests one
44:11
of those Chinese brilliant work by
44:13
Robert seat Tucker called philosophy and
44:16
listen Karl Marx deals with a communist
44:19
part and how much arrived at it and the
44:21
Hegel an alien isn’t it so for and so on
44:24
some other pretty good stuff Bruce Maz
44:25
Alicia for people who sort of Freudian
44:28
psychobabble as Dorian has a very good
44:30
book on the meaning of Karl Marx came
44:32
out a year or two ago but I’m going to
44:34
start or even earlier Makar Marx I think
44:36
it’s it’s even it just as important a
44:38
very good which has been neglected even
44:40
my Tucker this is some of this it’s not
44:43
realized that it’s not realize the early
44:45
early Marx before the humanists poor
44:47
laconic whole table manuscript fourteen
44:49
the official communism in eighteen forty
44:51
three forty four marks begins life as a
44:54
Christian messianic as Messianic
44:56
Christian sudden totally overlooked and
44:59
we all know the Marschallin Jewish
45:00
descent as father converted to
45:02
Lutheranism it’s a very modest form
45:05
Lutheranism are a sort of compulsory
45:08
conversion for shortly before marx was
45:11
born but not they realized the martyr in
45:13
high school was a Christian that
45:16
accurate Christian of some sort and also
45:18
his school graduation essay in high
45:20
school 1935 but on a side topic but it
45:23
was quite hardened about a call the
45:24
union of the faithful with Christ and in
45:26
this union and he talks about I think
45:28
there’s certain hits of the Hegelian
45:31
Messianics thoughtful about the unity of
45:33
the blob close of have a mystical
45:35
necessity for union with Christ to end
45:38
God’s rejection of man that’s already
45:40
not really Orthodox Christian for that
45:41
concerns that’s really beginning this
45:43
whole alienation
45:44
reunion stuff pretty early I was who’s
45:46
17 years old that point he also wrote on
45:50
the late 30s and early 40s I was student
45:52
University Berlin learning about Hegel
45:54
also had some poems which i think is
45:57
very revealing I really think they’re so
45:58
poor shadow
45:59
horses broad system husband have not
46:03
been stressed by a story
46:04
Maslov talks about a Robert Paine in his
46:06
book the young Karl Marx talks about
46:08
them I’m gonna read you a few a couple
46:10
of stanzas from the poems I think
46:11
they’re very significant the basic
46:13
emphasis on these poems was reaiiy mean
46:16
usually it’s been dismissed by
46:17
historians as well just romantic crash
46:19
or whatever I don’t think it’s they’re
46:20
trying I think it’s really pretty
46:21
reviewing basics things of these Marx’s
46:24
early marketing poems were one
46:25
megalomania the desire of March for
46:27
total omnipotence and two hatred of God
46:31
for for being greater than he is
46:33
basically other words for creating the
46:34
world which he didn’t
46:36
and again therefore the destruction of
46:38
the universe so call you if you think
46:40
this is from his point feelings the
46:42
hatred of God of creation Finelli said I
46:44
hate all the gods any right Haarlem
46:46
feelings has the following two stanzas
46:49
whether that were the store forever
46:50
since Isis I can create no world since
46:54
my corner notice never heaven I would
46:56
comprehend I regret world to me loving
46:58
hating I intended my Starshine billion
47:00
light and by the way there was a
47:03
communist anarchist at the time I think
47:06
the important retorted McCune in the
47:08
Voltaire Voltaire’s famous phrase what
47:10
there was of a skeptical atheist I guess
47:11
the difference.we militant atheists and
47:13
skeptics the marshals the militant
47:15
atheists that’s what the cumin
47:16
Voltaire’s famous phrase was a God did
47:18
not existed which we will be necessary
47:20
to create ahead but kunas retort to that
47:22
I think even more interesting and
47:24
revelatory if God would exist if he
47:26
necessary to destroy them I think should
47:29
ponder that from and I think that’s
47:30
behind much of militant atheism yeah
47:32
anyway particularly interesting is
47:35
poetic drama Hulu on them which Marx
47:38
wrote but here I was alone and then one
47:41
another
47:41
soliloquy which he pours out his hatred
47:44
for the universe I shall I shall hire
47:47
gigantic curses on mankind as it is have
47:51
a little purpose safe to happen to be
47:52
rollin so that there should be something
47:54
to ruin if there’s a something which
47:56
devout would of the vault devours re
47:58
prevent it then I bring the world or
48:00
ruins the word which books between me
48:02
and the abyss I will smash the pieces
48:04
with pieces of my enduring christens
48:05
I’ll throw my arms around its harsh
48:07
reality embracing me the world would
48:09
humbly pass away and then sink down to
48:11
nothingness perish with no existence
48:14
that would be really living I think the
48:16
interesting you know contradiction of
48:18
the Marxist would say you really living
48:20
in destroy the whole world but letting
48:22
will hold us fast and we are changed
48:24
shattered and be frightened eternally
48:26
chained to this marble block of being
48:27
and we really ache so a cold God
48:31
and finally my final phrase here is them
48:32
in a poem called fiddler he says with
48:36
Satan I have struck my deal he chalks
48:38
the sign beats time for me I play the
48:40
death march fast and free
48:41
I like a free part I think that I think
48:44
it’s very revelatory considering Marx’s
48:46
later bathrooms and so forth
48:49
for Destruction with a new world somehow
48:51
emerging lately emerging afterwards this
48:55
one I record on communism before we
48:57
leave it on the idea of unity of all
49:00
people you me regatta sufferers I
49:02
mentioned Chesterton’s critique of any
49:03
burrs and
49:04
mayest night I found that a needle now
49:06
the fading and socialism a theosophist
49:09
sort of neo Buddhist the Chester than
49:12
the rights according to mrs. Abbas and
49:13
the universal Church is simply universal
49:15
self is the doctor I be a really old one
49:18
person but there wasn’t there are no
49:19
real wars of individuality between man
49:21
and men she does not tell us the rub on
49:23
there but she told us the be our
49:25
neighbors the intellectual abyss between
49:28
Buddhism and Christianity is for the
49:30
Buddhists or philosophers personality
49:32
needs individual personality is a full
49:33
of man for the Christian of the purpose
49:35
of God the whole point of a cosmic idea
49:37
I think that sets it off bring night my
49:40
slight as I say I think the earlier
49:43
theory valuing all that stuff as well
49:44
this is all peripheral to morsels basic
49:47
trust the his aim of the withering away
49:51
of a state which is attractive I guess
49:53
some of the Carrion’s where he did is he
49:54
took that they took the phrase even
49:56
famous phrase and supposedly good some
49:59
communism over the government of men
50:01
should be replaced by the administration
50:03
of things is really a phrase coined by
50:05
libertarian French libertarian theorist
50:07
Coughlin yaa they were talking about the
50:09
withering where the state of the laser
50:10
sphere rule what the market world in
50:13
which there will be no government this
50:16
administration of things there makes
50:18
sense it makes no sense one of the
50:20
reasons makes no sense in this the
50:21
communist version of it is because
50:23
instead of having private ownership you
50:25
have communal ownership so some kind of
50:26
communist to make some of the decisions
50:28
for allocation of resource of course he
50:29
assumes and communism they’ll be super
50:32
abundance if you have to really worry
50:33
about it there isn’t super abundance
50:34
they have that somebody’s gonna allocate
50:35
and the whole world run allocating some
50:38
resources in some way and of course what
50:40
you never really have as if there’s a
50:42
group of people calling themselves up as
50:43
in others of the proletariat or whatever
50:45
actually doing the allocating your back
50:47
to or exploitation of man by man
50:49
etcetera so much of what you assume that
50:51
one works communal collective ownership
50:53
you don’t really wither away to stay
50:55
although you can call it a people
50:56
statistical bureau not a state this is
50:58
why I love Colonel Qaddafi doesn’t Libya
51:01
people
51:02
in our corner of Qaddafi there’s no
51:04
government would be and there’s only a
51:05
people statistical bureau and people
51:06
specifically Congress okay you can call
51:09
it a thing anything you want but the
51:10
state under any other name would smell
51:12
as lovely but we are a lot of key thing
51:15
the Marshalls vision of communism I’m
51:17
sure you can’t read without that the key
51:18
thing by coming there is no division of
51:20
labor vision labor was smashed
51:21
alienation is the division of labor part
51:23
of the key part of alienation many with
51:26
man with man means everybody does
51:28
everything everybody saw the whole lot
51:29
bill up taught marches famous Freddie
51:32
Mac reticular go to our program now you
51:34
spend everybody will spend two hours in
51:36
the morning you know mean artist another
51:38
two hours been working in the field
51:40
two hours going listen coming critic in
51:42
other two hours so that’s why for
51:43
someone big dilettante paradise
51:45
I said no cattle will be reared for two
51:48
hours in the evening to which Alexander
51:49
derailleur towards like heaven might
51:51
have some objection of that casual up a
51:54
brilliant who are in the evening so the
51:57
vision of labor as has been repeatedly
52:00
the concept of common is in the end of
52:02
the vision labor one of the reasons I
52:04
really can’t leave this one of the
52:07
reasons why I think like Marx does not
52:08
publish any of this stuff and I know
52:09
didn’t either is because Marx admitted I
52:12
think I found it’s very interesting and
52:13
surprising after the poet Arion
52:16
revolutionary marvelous for kunai
52:18
revolution
52:18
communism comes in two stages not just
52:20
the socialist a communist state which is
52:22
per Stalinist burglarizing of it the
52:25
first stage the case of the proletariat
52:28
is what he calls royal communism this
52:30
before you get the higher communism the
52:32
ultimate communism of whether it’s
52:33
communal ownership everybody’s happy and
52:35
so forth and so on
52:36
and in war communism this description of
52:40
world communism it’s pretty horrifying
52:42
in other words be difficult that I think
52:43
it would sprout proletarian communist
52:45
movement but the first stage is war
52:47
communism which which he says is
52:48
inevitable he says that all communism is
52:50
the is really the Acme of human greed
52:53
and envy says everything anti-communist
52:55
talk about and code my communism envy
52:57
run rampant theft universal self
52:59
universal destructions of one so on and
53:01
he says that about rural communism so
53:04
it’s egalitarian every envy were on
53:06
rampant and again I have coming as an
53:07
women coming and so in the same way as
53:09
women assay is to abandon marriage
53:10
marriage for general prostitution or
53:12
with universal prostitution so the whole
53:15
world arrests
53:16
that objective being advanced with
53:18
another iteration of exclusive marriage
53:20
with a private property owner Federation
53:21
of general prostitution in the community
53:23
in service really monstrous monstrous
53:25
element personality male be negated and
53:27
he says general Envy constituting itself
53:30
as power is the disguise in which greed
53:32
re-establishes itself and satisfied
53:34
itself separate cetera but then so his
53:37
description of a communist world at
53:38
least the first stage is just as
53:40
horrifying as any anti-communist
53:41
description of it but then you see what
53:43
happens where they all say bro magic
53:45
dialectic it suddenly transcended lingo
53:47
you’re going to the world pure communism
53:48
and harmony and all that see it’s really
53:51
I think anybody can also commit their
53:53
lives the war communism and I think it’s
53:55
one of the reasons why healing was ever
53:57
published it any rate so there’s no
53:59
division why bang and and and this and
54:00
in the world of yellow come up for your
54:02
everybody werster you can sort of see
54:04
how it might work and would not work in
54:06
the world of our bodies are around
54:08
there’s an economic economic problem by
54:11
whether Paul Craig Roberts before he
54:13
became a supply-side or relative or a
54:15
good books on this alienation and
54:17
Marxism and something outside describes
54:19
key alienation being eradication
54:22
original labor that’s the key to Marxist
54:24
Marxist goals and what happens in the
54:27
coming and when communists took over in
54:28
Russia because Roberts point that they
54:30
try to establish war communism eliminate
54:32
money and so for and so on Nathan circle
54:34
or war communism to try to establish it
54:36
didn’t work and let him being a supreme
54:38
prognathous I’ll step back follows and
54:40
then we establish capital of them during
54:42
1920s well I say one thing about the
54:44
theory of value here before leave marks
54:47
if you read us copy tall first volume
54:49
forget it I mean is there a
54:51
contradiction between first and third
54:52
one all right just me the first volume
54:53
first three pages will tell you all he
54:56
starts off by saying your price products
54:58
exchange in certain prices
55:00
what determined these fights were
55:02
determining values I said well but is it
55:05
personally says values are equal the
55:07
first mistake so the place of something
55:09
is equal something else since you wonder
55:12
bread costs the dollar nine or lotion
55:14
this means that somehow the loose from
55:16
the bread or equal value betterment the
55:19
money or equal value or something else
55:20
as a dialogue that’s our dollar nine
55:22
it’s equal value series and really said
55:24
with an equality of value so that’s the
55:27
first mistake since as we know Austrians
55:29
subjective
55:29
the fact is any change at all means it
55:31
must be in equality of values both
55:32
parties virally put product unequally
55:35
otherwise if I buy a newspaper for a
55:38
quarter it’s not that I value a quarter
55:40
equally with the newspaper persons or
55:42
loose and deal doesn’t manually
55:43
otherwise why bother exchanging at all
55:45
what’s the point of exchanging what the
55:47
same thing anyway so the point is both
55:49
have a reverse inequality I value the
55:53
newspaper getting them watching Post
55:55
whoever higher than I do my quarter and
55:57
Lou Stanley reports values a quarter
55:59
higher and keeping Washington Post’s and
56:00
we have a double reverse any quality
56:02
values this creates the condition for
56:04
exchange for profitable change for both
56:05
parties or both parties benefit so
56:08
there’s only quality value quite the
56:10
opposite there’s a double inequality
56:11
first problem works in this formulation
56:13
then he said well they have equality of
56:16
value between these two things which are
56:17
the same price so what is equal about
56:20
them what is there in these things we
56:21
thought they’re not of equal weight that
56:22
can’t be it not equal volume that can’t
56:24
be it it finally works the thing must be
56:26
equal quantity of labour for alone a
56:28
certain exegesis and at that point you
56:31
really don’t have to read the rest of it
56:32
if you have about four or five fallacies
56:34
your pile on top of each other and then
56:36
of course it’s a problem how do you get
56:37
you know under your hell you arrive at
56:39
different prices it say any club
56:41
quantity of labor all rest of it oh
56:43
there’s a whole bunch of problems labor
56:44
theory of value which I need not go into
56:46
from barbaric had a famous refutation
56:48
Marxist theory valuing men Theory prices
56:52
which is available in in addition step
56:55
addition it’s called quorum marks on the
56:57
close of the system unfortunately but my
56:59
happens is always when Marshalls refuted
57:01
the Marxists have a fallback position so
57:04
it’s very much like a religious cult
57:05
before were here if you’ve much makes a
57:07
whole bunch of predictions or whole
57:08
bunch of statements which turn out to be
57:09
wrong he then change the terms of the
57:11
argument said well he didn’t really mean
57:12
that and so March obviously meant he
57:14
meant to explain the PI system my
57:16
advisors labor theory value because that
57:18
he couldn’t explain the Marxists say
57:20
well he didn’t really mean prices he
57:22
just meant value in some mystical
57:23
inherent sense and nothing billet prices
57:25
so one way you wash that out so you
57:27
can’t really
57:28
refute it at all a second thing watch
57:31
this famous prediction of why it is will
57:32
have a Paula Terry inevitable culinary
57:34
revolution that the Booker’s get worse
57:36
and worse off the impoverishment of the
57:38
working class they finally rise up in
57:40
desperation so obvious to history and
57:43
18th century in 20th century preceded
57:44
workers are getting better and better
57:45
off so it doesn’t this refute Marx’s key
57:48
prediction about why call Italian
57:50
revolutions inevitable so the Marxist
57:51
fallback position what he didn’t mean
57:53
absolutely impoverishment relative
57:55
impoverishment meant the workers even
57:57
other might be much better off than they
57:59
were 50 years ago is still less well-off
58:01
and Rockefeller or bunker hunt so yeah I
58:04
get so you change the terms I can’t see
58:06
anybody really engaging in bloody
58:08
revolution committing our life the
58:09
revolutions in order because you only
58:11
have one swimming pools out of five
58:13
somehow that’s the relative deprivation
58:16
this is by the way the gimmick by which
58:18
everybody’s always you always have a
58:20
huge number of people under the poverty
58:21
line keep redefining the poverty line so
58:23
poverty doesn’t mean subsistence I mean
58:26
whatever TV sucks you don’t have a TV
58:28
that’s an alcohol in poverty no under
58:30
the poverty line and so you keep pushing
58:32
a so-called poverty line up so every
58:34
view always had at least a third of the
58:35
population and poverty
58:37
you can never eliminate poverty because
58:40
you can go to some guy with five five
58:41
yachts instead of one so by the way
58:44
somebody asked me about Tom Salzburg on
58:46
Marxism I think the highly inflated work
58:48
not only that’s definitely talking about
58:50
communism which is the key also he’s
58:52
also criticizes one barbaric and
58:54
absolute deprivation for the same
58:56
Marxist position she takes the Marcion
58:58
wine that’s it’s not he didn’t really
58:59
mean it and it’s really not even his
59:02
relative deprivation
59:03
i he wrote the book when you stole
59:04
Marxist why haven’t you look at souls
59:06
footnotes they don’t do nothing after
59:07
about 1965 because the key to the
59:10
composition of the book should have took
59:11
the book this is now he’s he’s now
59:13
bigshot slap together a bucking cause
59:15
you know then get your old notes in your
59:18
old or whatever and all articles you
59:20
clap together and publish it it’s not
59:22
unique to Seoul so the process I got
59:25
taught about nineteenth century America
59:29
and post millennialism okay it’s a short
59:31
course in American history and it’s very
59:33
important in the early 19th century
59:35
1820s approximately the pious movement
59:38
develops before that I wouldn’t say too
59:41
extreme they say Christianity died out
59:43
in the United States it almost did in
59:44
other words most Christians were non
59:47
Unitarian of some sort Christian who was
59:49
sort of dying out and I don’t know if it
59:51
died on Europe and Europe pietism also
59:53
begin
59:53
throughout the same period and it’s
59:54
example the founding fathers were all
59:57
theists even George Washington always
60:00
helped with a great Christian Christian
60:01
or theist actually of the finding fog
60:03
the only ones were really Christian with
60:04
the older ones of Sam Adams of Patrick
60:06
Henry a little older than the rest of us
60:08
cool Calvinist Christian the others were
60:09
all all sort of that’s a deist which
60:13
means we’ve got of it lay clockmaker so
60:15
to speak God created the world created
60:17
national war none left and then
60:19
everything runs by itself sort of
60:20
Christianity that has revived in the
60:23
early 20th century United States and
60:24
also in Europe among my Buckham making
60:26
gold Matic crafts inside Europe by
60:28
Pietism which a new form of Christianity
60:30
I mean brand new through the revival
60:32
movements Sheeran out fairly familiar
60:34
with those days is a big new thing where
60:37
you arrive at Christianity through a
60:39
mystical experience with motional
60:40
mystical conversion with revival
60:43
meetings rolling on the floor speaking
60:45
in tongues and so forth and so on when
60:47
you’re born again we need not just a
60:49
regular baptism but another baptism
60:51
after the always third a second baptism
60:53
come necessary with this new form of
60:55
personal uneo Pietism swept
60:58
Protestantism almost taking over almost
61:00
completely especially in the north
61:01
pushing Yankee country out of fine
61:03
Yankees as being a cultural group who
61:06
were originated and we’re on the lingua
61:08
not so much Boston of the cities were
61:09
ruling on rural Connecticut
61:10
Massachusetts that sucker and then
61:12
emigrating or big me migrants everybody
61:14
westwards upstate New York western New
61:16
York northern Ohio the same eastern
61:19
western reserve area behind northern
61:21
Indiana Northern Illinois okay this is
61:23
Yankee country and the Yankees were
61:25
always compulsory conformists whatever
61:28
another story called Yankee imperialists
61:30
they wanted a crush or older sent one
61:32
formula relic over the eggy Roux the art
61:34
originally was a public school system in
61:35
a display for example
61:37
force everybody the public school teach
61:39
them the correct doctrine so the Yankees
61:41
took there was like a duck takes the
61:43
water uniform pietism essentially the
61:45
point the point of them was as follows
61:46
Cree’s are not important whether you’re
61:49
Presbyterian methodist BAP doesn’t make
61:51
any difference as well as rosamma nation
61:52
or you’re a Christian
61:53
well is unimportant the Bible isn’t
61:55
important the key thing is that sort of
61:57
personal relation with God and this is
61:58
by way of the YMCA movement others
62:01
nomination movements because divisions
62:03
between churches make Protestant
62:05
churches are unimportant
62:07
visual learners is so naked to his
62:09
Creator otherwise it’s personal I should
62:10
have gone and man and the church is
62:12
unimportant too and whether your church
62:14
member really unimportant which church
62:15
it belonged was an important thing in
62:17
the Yankee wing which is courtly
62:19
evangelical pietism differs from the
62:21
southern prize this became sort of
62:23
quietest types you just you try to get
62:25
achieve your born-again conversion
62:26
that’s it you don’t bother anybody no
62:27
political implication evangelical
62:30
Protestantism that you can’t be saved
62:32
unless you maximize the salvation of
62:35
everybody else key words such as you
62:38
likely have a missionary thing bring
62:40
everybody off the word more than that if
62:42
you’re the rhein duty otherwise you
62:43
won’t be safe to try to maximize
62:44
everybody else’s salvation so in order
62:46
to do that in order to maximize
62:48
everybody salvation have to eliminate
62:50
sin temptations worse occasions for
62:52
Seneca one so on and so very quickly of
62:55
course they became big status because
62:57
they use the government that sort of
62:59
shortcut to stamping out sin and try to
63:01
create the conditions of this say the
63:04
individual soul by advice by hoping on a
63:06
stepping outside and so what you have
63:08
for the very beginning of quietism from
63:10
1830s until 1920 is really made from a
63:13
whole 19th century have a situation
63:15
where all these guys were cut state
63:17
spending their time trying to travel
63:20
with sin on the local and state level
63:21
United States meaning anything which
63:24
interferes with your feeling to go free
63:25
will it with these were theological free
63:26
Willers so than anything which clouds
63:28
your mind to the speak and it diffused
63:30
free well should be outlawed this meant
63:32
and practice demon rum number one liquor
63:34
because evil they broaden the definition
63:37
of sin one Catholic opponent so they
63:39
they made send my god did not okay so
63:42
look anything liquor is simpler to cloud
63:44
your mind the future theological free
63:46
will liquor is the evil anything on
63:48
Sunday except going to church is evil
63:49
must be stamped out so drinking liquor
63:52
on Sunday is how the ultimate evils like
63:53
a double whammy is nothing more simple
63:56
and English on Sunday and the third
63:58
thing of course is the moment Catholic
64:00
Church where everybody’s in slaves are
64:02
agents of the Vatican and polkas
64:04
Antichrist so the idea is to stamp out
64:06
liquor stamp out Sunday activity and
64:08
spent like a farce of them now they
64:09
couldn’t stand back it’s awesome exactly
64:11
correctly constitutionally they try the
64:13
best the header a strict Catholic
64:15
immigration in various ways and once the
64:18
revoke they said well if those Catholics
64:19
is doomed
64:20
but you get the kids the famous cry of a
64:22
pint is what Christianize are catholics
64:23
now the way you do is get the kids in
64:26
public school system prevent parochial
64:28
school outlawed parochial schools get
64:30
the kids in the public schools and then
64:31
partisan Theismann or Piatt ties them
64:33
and so the whole public schools in the
64:35
real trust the public school system with
64:36
biases with protestant quietest when you
64:38
guys leave I’ve hated the Year like
64:40
Horace Mann was the whole public of
64:41
public school movement their real
64:42
motivation was pyatters they want to get
64:44
things I want to crush the Catholics and
64:45
Lutheran’s who were the German Lutheran
64:48
particular formula to the liturgical
64:51
Christians and you gain by getting the
64:53
kids in the public schools and
64:54
Protestant are now in many cases many
64:56
jurisdictions United States for example
64:57
you could not be a public school teacher
64:59
unless you’re a Protestant church
65:00
remember this is going on on the local
65:02
and state level for 100 years what
65:04
happens is that the Catholics in they
65:05
come the United States and a Lutheran
65:07
Lutheran’s the Camaro faith a high five
65:09
personal Germans Lutheran County had a
65:11
marvelous custom charming custom after
65:13
going to church on Sunday the whole
65:15
family who repairs to a beer garden with
65:17
a brass band and so forth here they are
65:18
sitting in our beer bar guard money on
65:20
business we’ve watched fanatics the
65:21
Senate bottom sing friends the hope then
65:24
crush kill so this is it this
65:27
conflict is going on all over they well
65:29
over 100 years and these either hopped
65:31
up so we have that of the party system
65:33
of the vulcanized facebook until 1896
65:36
from 1833 supportassist approval a
65:39
system is a one-to-one correlation
65:41
between fighters versus liturgical other
65:44
words those are believe the churches
65:45
reports for salvations the church
65:47
joining the church a vein a lot of
65:49
sacraments or whatever the pilgrim
65:50
conflict here the liturgical versus
65:52
consist of Catholic journalism and
65:54
old-style Calvinists by the way those
65:56
are elect hater the revival movement the
65:58
hiatus became allied with ruthlessly
66:01
Catholics and so what you have you have
66:04
approval 20 system was a one-to-one
66:06
correlation the Whig party and under
66:07
Republican Party with straight biases
66:09
Democrat Party liturgical and number of
66:11
twenty met and so we you have a pretty
66:13
fantastic ideological conflict
66:15
Republicans Democrats
66:16
everybody hitting each other’s guts we
66:18
know there are no independent voters no
66:20
floating vote
66:21
nobody ever knows Emma thought whatever
66:22
vote were pumping up my sick versa what
66:24
they do is if you’re a guy wasn’t more
66:26
than I’ve been just in them going to
66:27
stayed home usually elections are very
66:29
close and so the idea in the campaign
66:32
not to sell out the purely
66:33
a legend of all the ideas to be as
66:35
Muslim as possible to get your guys to
66:36
vote it’s on the campaign’s of
66:38
politicians even more hard calling rest
66:40
of the time both in wonderful world all
66:41
of them and the thing is the way worse
66:43
than economics says of these guys began
66:45
I’m a Kree with sort of generalized
66:47
consciousness from religious Creed in
66:48
other words the Republican leadership in
66:50
the Whig leadership but tell that people
66:52
look just as you need good government
66:54
local level a stamp out sin and liquor
66:55
and dancing and things like that the
66:57
same way you need government economic
66:59
national level the stamp out the cheap
67:02
farm products and cheat on people and
67:04
increase purchasing power by inflation
67:07
by cricket any more money and silver and
67:09
so on and high tariffs in other words
67:10
the direct relationship between a big
67:12
state of the national economic level and
67:14
the local level the same way the
67:16
democratic leadership or always a fair
67:17
Liberals will tell their people look the
67:19
same wasp sob decline outlaw your liquor
67:21
in a parochial schools other people are
67:23
trying to prevent keep out cheap farm
67:26
products and special privileges and
67:28
increase the value of your savings to
67:30
inflation and so this is how people got
67:33
hopped up this is why I have illiterates
67:34
writing books and pamphlets on gold
67:36
silver and banking I can’t get my own
67:37
still better than the stock there’s
67:39
people running templates they’re all
67:41
hopped out of either a hot dog of the
67:42
original religious motivations in this
67:44
situation unfortunately more than like
67:47
moments in American history came to the
67:49
Democratic convention of 1896
67:51
the Democratic Party great liturgical
67:53
known as the party of personal liberty
67:55
by the way the Democrats were known as
67:56
the party person Olympic both of
67:57
themselves and other people and
67:59
Republicans known as the party of great
68:00
moral ideas and so the Democrats 1896
68:03
were taken over by the extreme pious us
68:05
more than kind of crippling events by
68:07
various reasons by that time the South
68:09
which is always course Democrat since
68:10
the civil wars had become 7 pyatters and
68:12
was transformed into prohibitionism and
68:14
evangelicalism ssin and not been before
68:15
and the mountain states are created if
68:18
you measure how many people who are in
68:19
Idaho darlin of the people not home now
68:21
measure how much they were 1819 these
68:24
states these phony states were all
68:26
created by our public as I knew that a
68:27
pyatters mostly people applied as they
68:29
vote Republican and within a Democratic
68:32
Party reply to us and sub Brian one of
68:34
most evil people in market history
68:35
William Jennings was able form a
68:37
coalition between Lee between the
68:39
southern pietism and the mountain pilots
68:41
to take over the party into capital
68:43
which articles which point was heard you
68:45
the whole whole is a fair movement
68:46
where the dark I party had been the
68:48
political embodiment of lazy a fair and
68:50
libertarianism liberalism it was now
68:52
late later on equip a party to reflect
68:54
this both parties would have pietismus
68:56
and so this recipe our vacuum for
68:59
experts intellectuals progressive
69:00
etcetera to take over results we all
69:02
know this is a leading lead into a
69:04
couple of each for lesser than the
69:05
lectures I can’t ignore for philosophers
69:07
and economists the rest of movement was
69:10
a spirit hiatus movement in effect
69:12
everybody maybe test wasn’t wrong this
69:14
thing it’s the Progressive Party
69:15
convention for example 1912 there’s not
69:19
the only professor move but there were
69:20
the extreme versions Teddy Roosevelt was
69:22
an old-time progressiveness began as
69:24
Korea’s commit police commissioner of
69:26
New York smashing saloon use the
69:27
interest group consisted of following
69:29
people rest producer intervention are
69:30
million partners from extremely
69:33
important I can’t get into all AB Morgan
69:34
pointers getting more important is
69:36
biases ministers social workers
69:38
intellectual economists political
69:40
scientists social work outside worker
69:43
shrinks Samir almost everybody going to
69:44
think I was involved last night most of
69:46
us acceptance speech was call a
69:47
confession of faith and in his speech
69:49
was punctuated by him singing
69:51
pyatters hymns follow follow follow
69:53
Jesus where they substituted were lose
69:55
about the Lord Jesus amen and finally
69:59
there’s no one up by saying this
70:00
correlation by saying I’d be standard
70:01
Armageddon we battled will award so he’s
70:04
fantastic religious him and pilot
70:05
imagery here well you have it all these
70:08
guys always progressive intellectuals
70:09
from John Dewey Richard T Ealing all
70:11
these people every one of them a Bing
70:13
Bing Bing their will grow up and pious
70:15
homes are all the way there the way
70:17
lenders or world workers
70:18
whatever all Yankees usually their
70:21
fathers a preacher of the mother was go
70:23
to a preacher usually kept a very strict
70:25
sabbatarian home nothing was on Sundays
70:28
up the plank of praying and supper and
70:29
they wind up they have a social supports
70:33
millennial pietism the gradual sets not
70:34
success of killing everybody immediately
70:36
which should we talk about before then I
70:38
gradually sort of illusionary or the
70:39
government takes over in the government
70:41
becomes God major instrument refrain
70:43
which Ely repeats and Zoli driver
70:45
appealing with a family market economic
70:46
association all right
70:47
great progressive state of intellectual
70:50
the phrase is government of God majors
70:53
from the redemption to government who
70:55
stated in through purging crushing
70:57
liquor and premium as equality and still
70:59
doesn’t
71:00
regulation everything king of ganas has
71:02
established gradually and by the early
71:04
throws would be pretty fast wasn’t so
71:06
damn gradually floating about in his
71:07
lifetime perhaps from the runners will
71:09
be established by this method
71:10
John Billy of course a classic example
71:12
of atheists or secular humanists is
71:14
really longer the fact in the beginning
71:15
of his life he was a Christian
71:17
post-millennial quietest in the 1890s he
71:20
was the our University of Michigan he’s
71:22
pushing Christian sociology at supper
71:24
and talked in these terms they see is
71:26
very easy for these guys to become
71:27
secularists florally said well we have a
71:30
king or on earth who established through
71:31
government
71:31
pretty soon God sort of drop Sam you got
71:34
the government why worry about God you
71:35
have a sort of gradual secularization
71:37
but personal anyway sort of died out by
71:39
1922 rolled diet world becomes straight
71:41
people know a love social gospel
71:43
Minister is no rest of it that many
71:45
people were essentially non previous
71:47
there is no rest of it that many people
71:48
were essentially non previous there is
71:50
no rest of it that made people were
71:51
essentially non Prius there is no rest
71:53
of it that made people were essentially
71:55
non Prius there is no rest of it that
71:57
made people were essentially non Prius
71:58
there is no rest of it that made people
72:00
were essentially non Prius there is no
72:02
rest of it that made people were
72:03
essentially non Prius there is no rest
72:05
of it that made people were essentially

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