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To: liberty-and-justice@pobox.com
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Very Telling Quotes .... (fwd)
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As the twig is bent, so grows the tree.

As federal citizens are well inculcated, 
so they will march onwards (and downwards)
en masse to their own self-destruction.

/s/ Paul Mitchell
http://www.supremelaw.com



<snip>
>
>From: http://www.jbs.org/vo13no12.htm#Times
>
>Times Change, But Collectivist Message Remains Constant
>
>We must organize all labor, no matter how dirty and arduous it may be, so
>that every [citizen] may regard himself as part of that great army of free
>labor.... The generation that is now fifteen years old  must arrange all
>their tasks of education in such a way that every day, and in every city,
>the young people shall engage in the practical solution of the problems of
>common labor, even of the smallest, most simple kind.
>
>- Vladimir Lenin
>
>Imagine an army of 100,000 young people restoring urban and rural
>communities and giving their labor in exchange for education and
>training.... [National Service] will harness the energy of our youth and
>attack the problems of our time. It literally has the potential to
>revolutionize the way young people all across America look at their country
>and feel about themselves.
>
>- Bill Clinton
>
>[T]here is the great silent, continuous struggle; the struggle between the
>State and the individual; between the State which demands and the
>Individual who attempts to evade such demands. Because the individual, left
>to himself, unless he be a saint or a hero, always refuses to pay taxes,
>obey laws, or go to war.
>
>- Benito Mussolini
>
>I'm here because I want to redefine the meaning of citizenship in
>America.... [I]f you're asked in school, "What does it mean to be a good
>citizen?" I want the answer to be, "Well, to be a good citizen, you have to
>obey the law, you've got to go to work or be in school, you've got to pay
>your taxes and - oh, yes, you have to serve...."
>
>- Bill Clinton
>
>All the people I know who are driving for a form of national service,
>primarily want it to be compulsory. They realize that's a terrible problem
>politically, so they're not willing to say it. It is endangerment of
>freedom and the potential for indoctrination that skeptics do not like in
>the national service concept. However benign the program, some think it
>will not succeed on any meaningful scale unless it is compulsory.
>   - Martin Anderson, senior fellow at the Hoover Institution Boston Globe,
>November 29, 1992
>
>In his April 5 radio address outlining the goals of the summit, the
>President endorsed compulsory volunteerism - and even called for extending
>it to middle schools. In other words, the man who so famously avoided the
>dangerous duty of fighting in Vietnam as a young man now proposes drafting
>a new generation
>of young people to perform a different set of difficult tasks.
>
>- New York Post editorial, April 27, 1997
>
>Fascism finds it necessary, at the outset, to take away from the ordinary
>human being what he has been taught and has grown to cherish the most:
>personal liberty. And it can be affirmed, without falling into
>exaggeration, that a curtailment of personal liberty not only has proved to
>be, but necessarily must be, a fundamental condition of the triumph of
>Fascism.
>
> - Mario Palmieri
>The Philosophy of Fascism (1936)
>
>[W]hen we got organized as a country and we wrote a fairly radical
>Constitution with a radical Bill of Rights, giving a radical amount of
>individual freedom to Americans, it was assumed that the Americans who had
>that freedom would use it responsibly.... [However, now] there's a lot of
>irresponsibility. And so a lot of people say there's too much freedom. When
>personal freedom's being abused, you have to move to limit it.
>
>- Bill Clinton
>
>Before they have their own families, the young can make a unique
>contribution to the family of America. In doing so, they can acquire the
>habit of service, and get a deeper understanding of what it really means to
>be a citizen. That is the main reason, perhaps, why we are here.
>
>- Bill Clinton
>
>Family - see Fascist State.
>
>- Benito Mussolini's Fascist dictionary
>
>We're here  for the first President's Summit for America's Future - to
>mobilize every community and challenge every citizen  and to ask our young
>people to become citizen-servants, too.
>
>- Bill Clinton
>
>According to Fascism, a true, a great spiritual life cannot take place
>unless the State has risen to a position of pre-eminence in the world of
>man. The curtailment of liberty thus becomes justified at once, with this
>need of
>raising the State to its rightful position.
>
>- Mario Palmieri
>
>What they're trying to do is enslave our society by taking our children's
>rights away. Young people who go through these [mandatory community
>service] programs learn to submit, and later on they won't mind giving up a
>few more of their rights when the government says it's necessary.
>
>- Thomas Moralis (father of two students denied high school diplomas for
>not complying with a mandatory service requirement)
>
>When an opponent says, "I will not come over to your side," I calmly say,
>"Your child belongs to us already.... What are you? You will pass on. Your
>descendants, however, now stand in the new camp. In a short time they will
>know nothing else but this new community."
>
>- Adolf Hitler
>
>We need a national-corporate commitment to public service to look after
>[the elderly]. We aren't able to provide resources unless the young pay
>something for their patrimony through public service.
>
> - William F. Buckley Jr. in Mother Jones magazine
>
>
>We will not recognize [American Fascism] as it rises. It will wear no black
>shirts here. It will probably have no marching songs. It will rise out of a
>congealing of a group of elements that exist here and that are the
>essential components of Fascism....
>
>It will be at first decorous, humane, glowing with homely American
>sentiment. But a dictatorship cannot remain benevolent. To continue, it
>must become ruthless. When this stage is reached we shall see that appeal
>by radio, movies, and government-controlled newspapers to all the worst
>instincts and emotions of our people. The rough, the violent, the lawless
>men will come to the surface and into power. This is the terrifying
>prospect as we move along our present course.
>
>
>- John T. Flynn
>Writing in the American Mercury, February 1941
>
>                                                  
>
>
>
>
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