Third Place: The Socialization of Young Minds

Federalist Cassandra (Hidden)
Democratic-Republican Party Cockade.
Donkey = Madisonians (Democrats)
Elephant = Monroeans (Republicans)
Party = Thomas Jefferson

“As Socialists and Nationalists walk along the tightrope between Two World Trade and One World Trade, there will always be those ‘Socially-Minded Capitalists’ in fear of their economic livelihoods under Socialism. The secret to getting those people to join the United Front is finding ways to confront the freedom-security dialectic because it is the real obstacle preventing every nation on Earth from realizing Socialism and the creation of a Socialist world order.

The Liberal Capitalists have dissuaded the Socially-minded Capitalists from joining the United Front by focusing on ‘economic freedom.’ Some Liberal Capitalists will masquerade as ‘Liberal Socialists’ (Read: Welfare Capitalists) who will dissuade the Socially-minded Capitalists from joining the United Front by focusing on ‘economic security.’ The Socialists and Nationalists as well as their United Front are fully aware that the conception of ‘economic freedom’ under Neoliberalism is a cleverly-crafted Ponzi scheme. The conception of ‘economic security’ under Neoliberalism is an absurdity, which is discernible in the Great Depression and Great Recession.

True [political-economic] freedom and true [political-economic] security are never outward. They are always inward because they dwell within each and every Individual. The United Front of the Socialist nation in the SMP Compendium is democratic, pluralist, and inclusive of all who are driven in their determination to serve the Totality. It shall be law-abiding and striving to uphold the rule of law.

This brings us to the most important question of all: What becomes of the “Markets” in a VCS Planned/Command Economy? Are they abolished or do they take on different forms due to the Work-Standard relying on truly Socialistic conceptions of Competition and Economic Freedom?”

In The Work-Standard, I had stressed that the Federalist Party will never become an echo chamber like the Democratic-Republican Party, as evidenced by the Obama, Trump and now Biden Presidencies. These Militarists who sparked the Student Protests and agitated for Civil Rights in the 1960s Counterculture ought to be reinterpreted as an unconscious attempt aimed at resurrecting the Federalist Party by Hamiltonian Federalists and Henryist Anti-Federalists. Put another way, they represent the other half of the Conservatives, the side that American Conservatism itself refuses to acknowledge, let alone control vis-à-vis the Military-Industrial Complex.

  • Hamiltonians are “Conservatives,” “Socialists,” “Traditionalists,” “Statists,” and “Authoritarians.”
  • Henryists are “Militarists,” “Nationalists,” “Environmentalists,” “Ultramontanes,” and “Anarchs.”  
  1. Authoritarians and Anarchs govern the Student’s Personal and Professional Life. They affect the interactions with the Ego and Shadow in relation to the Persona defining them as an Individual.
  2. Conservatives and Militarists govern the Student’s Family and School Life. They affect the interactions with the Family Household and the Student Governmentof their SSE.
  3. Traditionalists and Environmentalists govern Student’s Communal and Natural Life. They affect interactions with Tradition and Nature as integral parts of their Homeland.
  4. Ultramontanes and Statists govern Student’s Spiritual and Social Life. They affect the interactions with the ecclesiastical authorities of the Church and the organizational authorities of the State.
  5. Nationalists and Socialists govern Student’s Political and Economic Life. They affect the interactions with the Nation and the Economy as constituting a Totality greater than the sum of their parts.

This leaves us with the significance of the Socially-Minded Capitalist and their counterpart, the Nationally-Minded Socialist. These Americans are not like our Hamiltonian Federalists and Henryist Anti-Federalists nor should they be mistaken for the Democratic-Republican Party’s Jeffersonians (Bipartisans), Madisonians (Democrats) and Monroeans (Republicans). Consider the behavioral patterns in 2019, prior to the Coronavirus Pandemic:

  • The Socially-Minded Capitalist is identified as the “Economic Nationalist.” Under the Explicit/Implicit Intents of Command and Obedience, this Individual obeys the Commands of ‘Any Figure like Donald Trump’, pursuing all Intents issued by this Figure.
  • The Nationally-Minded Socialist is identified as the “Democratic Socialist.” Under the Explicit/Implicit Intents of Command and Obedience, this Individual obeys the Commands of ‘Any Figure like Bernie Sanders’, pursuing all Intents issued by this Figure.

Do You, the Reader, understand the Author’s Intent regarding my invocations of “‘Any Figure like Donald Trump’” or “‘Any Figure like Bernie Sanders?’”

Under normal circumstances, neither Trump nor Sanders will attract any passionate support and dedication from Socially-minded Capitalists on the “American Right” or from Nationally-Minded Socialists on the “American Left.”

What most Socially-Minded Capitalists and Nationally-Minded Socialists do not realize is that the rhetoric of Trump and Sanders are in fact the same from the perspectives of a Hamiltonian Federalist (if aligned with the Federalist Party) and a Madisonian Federalist (if aligned with the Democratic-Republican Party).

Consider the following two statements. Can any of my American Readers determine which Figure best fit the following Statements?

“Guys like [(Bernie Sanders/Donald Trump)] embody everything that’s wrong with America. Corporate bigwigs and one-per-centers like him have got rich on the backs of American workers. Over the past three decades, Free Trade Agreements — everyone of which I have opposed — have decimated the middle class and our manufacturing sector. We’ve lost tens of millions of jobs to China and Vietnam. We have to fight back. Only by ripping up [the] trade agreements, repatriating manufacturing and caring more about jobs than corporate profits can We Make America Great Again.”

“Only somebody as out of touch as [(Bernie Sanders/Donald Trump)] could make a stupid argument like that. The real problem with America today is that we’re weak, and countries like China have been screwing us. We need to bring back all those manufacturing jobs. We’ve got to stop being so lily-livered. I’ll force China to play fair. I’ll make American companies make stuff here in America. I’ll rip up those dumb free trade agreements. I will be the greatest president for American workers ever.”

Then pay attention to my Deconstructions and the Actual Text from that Financial Post Article:

[Trump(?)]: “Guys like [Bernie Sanders(?)] embody everything that’s wrong with America. Corporate bigwigs and one-per-centers like him have got rich on the backs of American workers. Over the past three decades, Free Trade Agreements — everyone of which I have opposed — have decimated the middle class and our manufacturing sector. We’ve lost tens of millions of jobs to China and Vietnam. We have to fight back. Only by ripping up [the] trade agreements, repatriating manufacturing and caring more about jobs than corporate profits can We Make America Great Again.”

[Sanders(?)]: “Only somebody as out of touch as [Bernie Sanders/Donald Trump] could make a stupid argument like that. The real problem with America today is that we’re weak, and countries like China have been screwing us. We need to bring back all those manufacturing jobs. We’ve got to stop being so lily-livered. I’ll force China to play fair. I’ll make American companies make stuff here in America. I’ll rip up those dumb free trade agreements. I will be the greatest president for American workers ever.”

Actual Quote: “Guys like [Donald Trump] embody everything that’s wrong with America. Corporate bigwigs and one-per-centers like him have got rich on the backs of American workers. Over the past three decades, Free Trade Agreements — everyone of which I have opposed — have decimated the middle class and our manufacturing sector. We’ve lost tens of millions of jobs to China and Vietnam. We have to fight back. Only by ripping up [the] trade agreements, repatriating manufacturing and caring more about jobs than corporate profits can We Make America Great Again.”

Actual Quote: “Only somebody as out of touch as [Bernie Sanders] could make a stupid argument like that. The real problem with America today is that we’re weak, and countries like China have been screwing us. We need to bring back all those manufacturing jobs. We’ve got to stop being so lily-livered. I’ll force China to play fair. I’ll make American companies make stuff here in America. I’ll rip up those dumb free trade agreements. I will be the greatest president for American workers ever.”

Actual Quote: “Though they position themselves on opposite poles of the political spectrum, Trump and Sanders agree on one thing: American manufacturing sucks, and the next president should take extreme measures to restore it to ‘greatness.’ The result will be jobs for everybody. An American Renaissance. A chicken in every pot.


As Canadians, we like to watch these fireworks, and often dismiss what presidential candidates say as campaign blather — which it is. But it’s nevertheless important, because the US debate on manufacturing, trade and jobs has clear implications for Canada. An anti-trade president would probably be bad news for this country, which depends so much on access to US Markets.”

For comparison purposes, consider these following quotes from Sanders and Trump:

“There are no ‘human’ oppressors. Oppressors have lost their humanity. On one hand ‘slavishness,’ on the other hand ‘pigness.’ Six of one, half dozen of the other. Who wins? Many women [are not like those Real Housewives in Part IV of Total Educational Effort because they are always] walking a tightrope now. Their qualities of love, openness, and gentleness were too deeply enmeshed with qualities of dependency, subservience, and masochism. How do you love — without being subservient? How do you maintain a relationship without giving up your Identity and without getting strung out? How do You reach out and give your heart to your Lover, but maintain the Soul which is You?

-Bernard ‘Bernie’ Sanders (I-VT), “Man – and Woman,” From Vermont Freeman, ca. Mid-February 1972

“I came away from these [George] Wallace interviews with two basic feelings. First, that democracy in America (in any sense of the word) just might not make it. My mind flashed to scenes of Germany in the late 1920’s. Confusion, Rebellion, Frustration, Economic Instability, a wounded National Pride, Ineffectual Political Leadership — and the desire for [the Figure of the Arbeiter to introduce the State of Total Mobilization], who would bring Order out of the Chaos. Could it happen here? [I] see no reason why it couldn’t.

-Bernard ‘Bernie’ Sanders (I-VT), “Wallace in St. Albans: Some Interviews/Some Thoughts,” ca. June 1972

“We have a crisis in higher education today. Too many of our young people cannot [pursue the Total Educational Effort and build the Unified Federalist Student Economy (UFSE)] and those who are [graduating] are faced with crushing [Kapital and Schuld]. It is a national disgrace that hundreds of thousands of young Americans today do not [have Meaningful Work], not because they are unqualified, but because [America on the verge of becoming a Federal Museum to our national weaknesses]. This is absolutely counterproductive to our efforts to create a strong competitive economy and a vibrant middle class. This disgrace has got to end [with the Work-Standard].”

-Bernard ‘Bernie’ Sanders (I-VT), “Statement by Senator Bernard Sanders on the College for All Act,” ca. May 19, 2015

“Experience taught me a few things. One is to listen to your [Prussian Instincts], no matter how good something sounds on paper. The second is that you’re generally better off sticking with what you know. And the third is that sometimes your best investments are the ones you [never knew existed like  in Part V of Total Educational Effort]. [T]he worst thing you can possibly do in a deal is seem desperate to make it. That makes the other guy smell blood, and then you’re dead. The best thing you can do is deal from [Strength, and leverage is the biggest Strength you can have. Leverage is having something the other guy wants. Or better yet, needs. Or best of all, simply can’t do without.

[U]nfortunately, that isn’t always the case, which is why Leverage often requires imagination, and [Statesmanship]. [T]he final key to the way I promote is bravado. I play to people’s fantasies. People may not always think big themselves, but they can still get very excited by those who do. That’s why a little hyperbole never hurts. People want to believe that something is the biggest and the greatest and the most spectacular. I call it Truthful Hyperbole. It’s an innocent form of exaggeration—and a very effective form of promotion.”

-Donald Trump, Art of the Deal, ca. 1987

What separates the winners from the losers is how a person reacts to each new twist of fate. [S]he turned out to be the wife of a man who was then the prime minister of a major country. I’d heard stories about this lady, but I never thought much of them until that night. We met at the house of the friend who’d phoned me. After we’d all chatted for a while in the living room, the four of us who already knew each other drifted out to the kitchen, leaving Ben and Madame X in the living room to get better acquainted. Which they did. In fact, when we drifted back in, about ten minutes later, she and Ben were involved in an incredibly torrid scene on the couch. I remember standing there and thinking to myself, ‘Well, Donald, you’re not in Queens anymore.’”

-Donald Trump, Trump: Surviving at the Top, ca. 1990

For those who do not know yet, there is a recurring theme to be discerned from the writings of Sanders and Trump and they are related to Rudolf Jung and Edward Bernays respectively:

In political life [these qualities described by Sanders and Trump] must be made manifest through wide-ranging self-government, just as was advocated by the non-Prussian Freiherr vom Stein during the time of the Napoleonic Wars. Our political endeavors should be directed not only against state centralism, however, but also against that centralistic compulsion which naturally emerges within the major parties, who all strive after party-rule. But we are also opposed to the exertion of pressure within economic life, whether that coercion of conscience is committed by an employer or by a group of employees. [F]or the time being let me just say that we consider our inner freedom, our Freedom of Conscience, to be by far the most precious thing of all.”

-Rudolf Jung, Der national Sozialismus (2nd Ed.), ca. 1922

If we understand the mechanism and motives of the group mind, is it now possible to control and regiment the masses according to our will without their knowing it? If you can influence the leaders, either with or without their conscious cooperation, you automatically influence the group which they sway. But [they] do not need to be actually gathered together in a public meeting or in a street riot, to be subject to the influences of mass psychology. Because [they are] by nature gregarious [they consider themselves] to be member of a herd, even when [they are] alone in [their] room with the curtains drawn. [Their minds retain] the patterns which have been stamped on it by the group influences. [B]ut when the example of the leader is not at hand and the herd must think for itself, it does so by means of clichés, pat words or images which stand for a whole group of ideas or experiences. [B]y playing upon an old cliché, or manipulating a new one, [You] can sometimes swing a whole mass group emotions.”

-Edward Bernays, Propaganda, ca. 1928

By process of elimination, we can sketch the following information about the Socially-minded Capitalist and Nationally-minded Socialist:

The Socially-Minded Capitalist reacts strongly to Labels like “Competition” or “Market” without completely comprehending their true Essences. Thanks to the Work-Standard, I can identify them as resonating best with Workfare Socialism.

The Nationally-minded Socialist reacts strongly with Labels like “Cooperation” or “Welfare” without completely comprehending their true Essences. Thanks to the Work-Standard, I can identify them as resonating best with Welfare Capitalism.

Most Americans simply lack the time, patience, motivation, interest, and critical and creative thinking skills to discover The Work-Standard on their own. I did in fact spend the past ten years working tireless to arrive at these conclusions and The Fourth Estate is the result of my efforts. For the Socially-Minded Capitalist and the Nationally-Minded Socialist, The Work-Standard has everything they need to fulfill the wants and desires of both.

Federalist Party Cockade (Found)


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