The Journal of HistoryFall 2009TABLE OF CONTENTS


What is a Communitarian?

By Niki Raapana

Communitarians believe that all neighborhoods should be governed like Chinese collectives. They teach that mandatory volunteerism in the community is a moral obligation of all citizens, and that intervening and reporting on your neighbors is required to maintain their individual freedom.

It may sound like two conflicting ideologies, but it is not. Communitarianism balances all political conflicts into one master, ideological solution.

The obscure term was introduced to the world in the 1990s, but it was actually created at the same time Marx and Engels drafted the anti-thesis to capitalism, called communism. In 1848, the Communist Manifesto established the rules for the "constant conflict" between British-European merchant "slavery" versus downtrodden workers, peasants, and serfs. In 1776, 90 per cent of the American colonials were small private landowners, not downtrodden serfs, and the African slave trade was dominated by elites.

The capitalism of Marx's economic theory of Dialectical Materialism was never the capitalism of American free men. Exploitation of the masses was not originally an American ideal. American revolutionaries fought against the Imperial global financial scheme, and upon winning their freedom they created state governments to protect the individual property of the common man, and a federal government to protect the rights of the individual states.

Over the years, thanks to a constant barrage of propaganda and outright lies, the conflict came to be represented by individualistic corporate capitalism on the right, versus the rights of the common good on the left, and protecting the common man was relegated down into selfishness.

The conflict between capitalism and communism was never authentic, and based on a false conflict, the communitarian solution was planned as the final move of the Marxist theoretical revolutionary economic game equation. Designed to change the world, the stated goal of the Marxists was to promote global conflicts, create chaos and disorder, and offer up a predetermined evolved society, benevolently ruled exclusively by them.

Communitarianism is human society's most developed Darwinian geopolitical ideology in the theoretical, "natural" Marxist evolution of social systems. Which means, in plain American, that communitarians made up a science and made up a language to define it, but don't worry, you can trust them because they're really smart scientists who help helpless uneducated normal people be safe from bad things. They differ in their beliefs as to the type of force that should be used against immoral neighbors (some advance shame while others advance "boot camps"), but they all share the same belief that Earth's scientists have an obligation to guide humanity into achieving a less violent, livable quality of life.

A Communitarian is an academic elitist privy to the solution, and their position in the New World Order is one of the best-kept secrets in the world. For over 150 years the globalist merchants and their "agents of change" worked diligently towards their goal of "rebuilding the world" into an advanced communitarian civil society. Today, thanks to millions of "useful idiots" (whose beliefs helped murder a 100 million innocents), the left and right have nearly achieved the ultimate chaos necessary for humanity's pleading to the U.N. for a more powerful global humanitarian peacekeeping force. United Nations diplomats will get the international legal sanctions to be backed up by a more moral military with the modern technology to step in and end all potential national "conflicts," across the globe.

Communitarian "thinkers" were essential to introducing the solution as an accredited social science "project." Communitarians also perform valuable backdoor assaults on American standards for individual liberty defined by the U.S. Bill of Rights and U.S. State Constitutions. Communitarian scholars exploit bogus explanations for America's moral decline and loss of communal bonds, and use their elitist think-tank influence to piggyback their theoretical solutions into all new and established national programs. Rebuilding community and the domestic and exported, expanding global War on Terror is entirely a communitarian based solution, and the appointed Iraqi government is the communitarian model for the United Nation's Agenda 21 plans for rebuilding the Middle East.

Editor's note: My 17th edition exposes the United Nations for what it really is. If you have not read it, I strongly recommend you do.

In 2003, the Marxist solution to the thousands of global conflicts between the left and the right (solidly represented in every country of the world) is the communitarian balance between the "conflicts of opposites," a middle ground, often called a Third Way.

The communitarian solution has been successfully implemented via outright international communitarian laws, or, as in the U.S., via community justice, community development, community government, community councils, community volunteerism, and community policing. Every new government program in the U.S. that uses the words "sustainable, livable and safe community" (and accepts government/NGO grants) is a communitarian solution.

In the 21st century, every member of every known political party on the planet plays a role in furthering Marx's dialectic games. The Marxist game is so brilliantly designed that the more fervent your dedication to your personal beliefs, the more powerful a tool you become in the hands of the global communitarians. The communitarian solutionists design or infiltrate both sides to every conflict, and they have already positioned themselves into a libertarian-communitarian divide; they've already defined the final American "debate." And, be aware America, they already know their own libertarian party platform is logically indefensible against the un-reasonable basis for more morally based global human rights' charters and "equal social justice."

American and global communitarians are "shoring up" American and global(Christian and Islamic) immorality. Their programs balance selfish American (and all national self-interests) against the more humane, ancient Zionist version of global-local communism. Not only are American law schools teaching community law and Talmud to future American lawyers and judges, Chinese communitarian courts export regulations that overrule national laws. Globally and locally, communitarian law is the dominant law.

(* Citations below)


Who Is Amitai Etzioni:
founder of communitarianism, father of socio-economics

Amitai Etzioni came to the US in 1958 and rose to the top of the sociology profession. Not only is he the founder of American communitarianism and author of The Limits of Privacy and The Spirit of Community: The Reinvention of American Society, he is also credited with developing the new science of socio-economics.

He spends a lot of time on the road being interviewed and lecturing abroad and at US law schools about his "moral dialogue" to governments, bureaucrats, lawyers, judges and (of course) students. He promotes his ideology in a way that makes perfect sense to his elitist admirers, and confuses everyone else. His ancient collectivist platform and his innovative ways to remove us from "cultural relativism" are all designed to teach us to be more "responsive community members." He insists the U.S. Bill of Rights must be innovatively balanced and that the world's democratic governments are "evolving."

Etzioni's critics call his brand of communitarianism "fascist." Etzioni has never responded to the American social scientists who critisized him during his 1995 presidency of the American Sociological Association, but his position as the former ASA president is touted frequently during his lecture tours (without any reference whatsoever to the controversy surrounding his Libertarian-Fabian-communitarian propaganda). According to a well-placed Anti-Communitarian League source, campus rumor has it that the "more moral" Dr. Etzioni is not well liked by his students nor by his academic associates at George Washington University.

Amitai Etzioni, at his very core, is a paradox. After studying his dissertation, his early internationally published works, and his philosophical musings, we compared his early works to his later published communitarian works. It is the ACL's opinion that Etzioni does not write everything he claims, (styles are too varied and conflicting) and we can not understand why his position as a leading Zionist influence in the White House is never mentioned by the American Press. For a complete review of Etzioni's history and his supreme moral influence on American Public Policy from the Anti-Communitarian League perspective, please read chapter Three of Big Mother: An Unsustainable Concept.


On the one hand, Etzioni is firm in his stand against American's private ownership of guns and claims the Second Amendment was written with a "communitarian clause" that calls for community militias and not "individual gunslingers." Etzioni refuses to answer his critics from the American "right," those individual gunslinger advocates who challenge his communitarian gun ownership ideology. Etzioni has written thousands of words on the "need" for national disarmament and founded his own international peace organization. This very exceptional peaceful man started his adult life as a hard-core Fabian socialist, as a communist-kibbutz raised Zionist who became a trained revolutionary soldier fighting with the ferocious David Ben Gurion against the British and the Arabs in 1946. In 1947 he was an Israeli soldier in the Arab War, he supports Bush Jr's War on Iraq, he endorses the highly controversial Project for A New American Century, and he endorses the need for a National ID Card to make America a safer place from (anti-Israeli) terrorists.

In 1992 Etzioni wrote "The Evils of Self-Determination" for Foreign Policy , where he opened with "Self-determination movements, a major historical force for more than 200 years, have largely exhausted their legitimacy as a means to achieve more democratic states." His thoughts on Iraq in October, 2002? "If the Shiites, who have long been oppressed in Iraq, want to fight the Sunni over their rights or create a separate state, why should we lose sleep over it? After all, Iraq is an artificial creation imposed on the people of the region by foreign powers. If the people of this area now seek self-determination along different lines than were drawn some generations ago, why should we stand in their way? We have nothing to fear if two or three countries will be formed in the area now called Iraq. If, in the process, there is some fighting among these groups, we surely would not welcome it; we regret bloodshed, but it would hardly be the first war of ethnic liberation in which we did not intervene."

In March 2003 Etzioni organized a Congressional briefing on how to improve identification while enhancing security and guarding privacy. His invitation list reads like a who's who in promoting American fascism, and includes a representative from the Schlumbergers, the Smartcard family who goes way back in American history. It is not clear whether he supports human chip implants to enhance our national security, we only know that Etzioni includes microchip implants in his "privacy dialogues."

The ACL will continue to follow Dr. Etzioni's more moral views on current events, and we will post some of his most relevant publications, which he makes so easily available via his personal notes, posted on his editorial blog site.



In Their Own Words:

Communitarianism Explained: "The Communitarian Network is a coalition of individuals and organizations who have come together to shore up the moral, social, and political environment. We are a nonsectarian, nonpartisan, transnational association...The Communitarian Network investigates issues and policies such as the balance between rights and responsibilities in society, community justice, multiculturalism, the community's moral voice, and developing global society."

In Stanford's Encyclopedia of Philosophy: The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy explains how it evolved.

Modern-day communitarianism began in the upper reaches of Anglo-American academia in the form of a critical reaction to John Rawl's landmark 1971 book A Theory of Justice.

Drawing primarily upon the insights of Aristotle and Hegel, political philosophers such as Alasdair MacIntyre, Michael Sandel, Charles Taylor, and Michael Walzer disputed Rawl's assumption that the principal task of government is to secure and distribute fairly the liberties and economic resources individuals need to lead freely chosen lives."

(Note: Aristotle used logic, Hegel distorted logic, and Marx expanded on Hegel's distortion; it's called the Hegelian Dialectic.)

Nikki Paapana is co-founder of the Anti-Communitarian League.

For further citations, articles, ACL projects, and verifiable in-depth research, visit To rebut any or all of this description with counter arguments based on verifiable citations, email Nikki:



MP3 on Communitarianism found via search engine.
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Raapana MP3 interview on Communitarianism-Excellent

Read more about Communitarianism at Raapana's Communitarianism website.

Also see -below learn about:

Rebuilding Community
Community "visionings"
Sustainable Development
UN Local Agenda 21
World Heritage Sites, Buffer Zones, and Scenic Byways
The Wildlands Project & Wilderness Designations
Importing and Exporting Democratic Ideals
Grant funded research and development incentives

Other websites featuring Raapana info on Communitarianism:

Several excellent links to Raapana material at

Learn about the connection to the Hegelian Dialectic:

Utube on Communitariasm

Nikki Raapana on Communitarianism on Utube

Etzioni on The Spirit of Community

Amitai Etzioni aka Werner Falk established Communitarianism with the help of Gorbachev, Joe Biden, the UN, and others. See interviews by Constance Cumby Esq.




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