TRUTH: The Fatal Flaw In The Notion Of ‘Fairness/Equality’ (Marxism)

An Entitlement Mentality Leads To Poverty And Serfdom/Slavery

 Our society has developed an entitlement mentality: we feel we are ‘owed’ something simply because we exist.  This sense of entitlement is the result of decades of deliberately implemented policy by people who have embraced the Marxist ideal.  They have been trying to change our society, our culture.  They call this process of directed change ‘social engineering.’ The goal is to create the ‘ideal’ society by making citizens who will embrace their ideas for how we should all live.  Sadly, these people have been wildly successful in their efforts, but there is still hope.  The lamp of liberty has not yet been extinguished, as is evidenced in this video:

You Will Probably Want to See This Video of a Millennial Blasting His Generation for Their ‘Entitlement Mindset’

A young conservative pundit released a video on Sunday aimed at challenging what he says is the “entitlement mindset of millennials.”

There is much to be said about this attitude of entitlement.  Our founders were definitely against it.  Franklin had some especially harsh words for those who refuse to work.  Now, an entitlement society cannot exist in a Constitutional Republic, where the law is designed to protect the equal rights of the minority – with the smallest minority being recognized as the individual.  This is why our founders clearly rejected democracy and chose a Constitutional Republic for our government structure.  But the people who want us to be an entitlement society have succeeded in destroying the government our founders built.  They did this by forcing the 17th Amendment on this nation.  This removed the States’ voice from our government, thereby destroying the federation and – essentially – consolidating power – by popular vote – in Washington D.C.  When the people can vote themselves money, it is the end of liberty.  Our founders called it the tyranny of the majority.  This is why those who seek to ‘engineer’ their utopian societies always push the idea of democracy and the will of the People: because they know the masses can be controlled and directed to do their bidding.

These people promise ‘equality’ and ‘fairness,’ but they are selling a deception.  They know they cannot deliver on these promises.  It is impossible.  Besides, they do not even believe in these things.  Look at how they never apply their ideas to themselves.   That’s because they think themselves above the masses.  This is clear testimony that they do not believe in equality.  The reason they make these promises is because they understand human greed (and the tendency toward sloth).  All they have to do is convince you they can deliver on a lie and they know you will gladly sell your liberty.  The problem is, you are the one actually paying to make yourself into a slave.  Make no mistake about this: once you accept the lie, and you give your political voice to those who promise to take from others and give to you, you are their slave.  You are also equally as guilty of their crimes.

Now, one of the biggest aspects of these lies, and one to which I am growing particularly sensitive, is the exploitation of the remnant of the Christian sentiment in this nation.  The people who want to enslave you infiltrated our churches long ago.  The idea was to turn the church so that it would work for them; to pervert the Gospel from within so it would suddenly support their ideas.  They call this ‘social justice,’ and it is anything but justice.  It is also directly in opposition to Scripture.  In fact, the Apostle, Paul, is quite clear on this issue:

1 Timothy 5:18

New International Reader’s Version (NIRV)

18 Scripture says, “Do not stop the ox from eating while it helps separate the grain from the straw.” (Deuteronomy 25:4) Scripture also says, “Workers are worthy of their pay.” (Luke 10:7)

Notice that Paul says nothing about others being entitled to the wages of those who earned them.  Then there is this:

1 Timothy 6:8

New International Reader’s Version (NIRV)

If we have food and clothing, we will be happy with that.

It is true: Scripture does teach that we are to care for those who cannot care for themselves, but it is equally clear that we owe nothing to those who can care for themselves yet refuse to work.  What’s more, all we owe anyone is to feed them and cloth them.  The idea that society owes people more than this comes from Satan, and is found – in part – in the next lines of this last passage:

1 Timothy 6:8-10

New International Reader’s Version (NIRV)

If we have food and clothing, we will be happy with that.

People who want to get rich are tempted. They fall into a trap. They are tripped up by wanting many foolish and harmful things. Those who live like that are dragged down by what they do. They are destroyed and die.

10 Love for money causes all kinds of evil. Some people want to get rich. They have wandered away from the faith. They have wounded themselves with many sorrows.

The truth is, poverty is as much a state of mind as a condition: if you think you are poor, then you will believe you are poor.  And the belief that you are poor and deserve more or better is just another form of love of money.  It will condemn and destroy you.  But worse than this, if you let your greedy and sloth control you, you can become part of the evil that seeks to destroy others.  The solution is to think differently, and to work harder.  This is how Scripture teaches us to deal with the matter of worldly needs, and it works – especially in this country.  Here is the answer to improving your lot in life (after with giving yourself to the Lord, that is):

‘Listen to Me Carefully’: Glenn Beck’s Advice for Anyone Looking for a Job

[SERIOUSLY: the 7:06 it takes to listen to the video in this link may be the best 7 minutes you will spend in your life – especially if you are under 35.  Watch the video in this story!]

The message in the video is Scriptural.  The free market – not ‘Capitalism’ – is Scriptural.  It is how God teaches us to live.  After owning and operating your own business, being a hard, honest worker comes next, but mind you, Scripture teaches the worker to be grateful for and content with the wages for which he or she agrees to work.  It also commands us to do our very best work – no matter how well we are paid.  But Scripture teaches us something more, something too many miss – even those who read Scripture.  It teaches us to save and invest for the future; to prepare for hard times.  That is the key to avoiding need (note: I did not say poverty because that is a relative idea).  If you live within your means and learn to be satisfied with what you have, it is easier to save and invest for the future.  That way, when hard times do come, you not only have what you need, you have enough to share with others.  This is what Scripture teaches – not ‘social justice’ or entitlement.  And this is the attitude that prevailed in this country – until we started to accept the lies and sold ourselves to those who seek to control us started to take over…


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