¿Los Confederados del Círculo Dorado?
(Confederates of the Golden Circle?)
“Education must be concerned not only with studies, but also with whatever may be required for the right ordering of life and requirements of cultivated society.”-St. Madeleine Sophie Barat, RSCJ
“The walls of the educational system must come down. Education should not be a privilege, so the children of those who have Kapital can study.”–Che Guevara, Che Guevara Talks to Young People, ca. 2000
Although I spent a few years of my childhood were in Central Europe (specifically Italy and Germany), the vast majority was on the East Coast United States, however. That fact was a huge difference in my personal development because living in Central Europe (and neither Western nor Eastern Europe) made me self-aware of an important contradiction in the American Way of Life. My Catholic education, in addition learning about the Patron Saints of Catholic Education, filled in the blanks while I was still investigating the Work-Standard. One of those blanks revolved around ascertaining why the Democratic-Republican Party’s Jeffersonians (Bipartisans), Madisonians (Democrats) and Monroeans (Republicans) share a cognitive dissonance, a collective anxiety, about an unforeseeable “Slave Revolt.” This alleged Slave Revolt still plagues the American Collective Unconsciousness, a recurring topic that I was always told in the US History classes at Parochial school and later Catholic high school because it has had multiple derivatives across the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. Even though today’s Americans are aware of their current interpretations, the narratives are constantly changing for every new American generation that comes under the Democratic-Republican Party and the Empire of Liberty.
The American Question is the Hegelian Synthesis of two All-American Issues that were never truly resolved, nor will they be ever given proper closure anytime soon by the Democratic-Republican Party. The Jeffersonians, Madisonians and Monroeans will never acknowledge the American Question because the Democratic-Republican Party has inherited the legacies of Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and James Monroe. This is because the first half of the American Question pertains to the Issue of Slavery, the other half the Issue of Immigration.
- Issue of Slavery: Will “Black America” under Jeffersonianism become the American Africansthat they must become under Hamiltonianism?
- Issue of Immigration: Will “White America” under Jeffersonianism become the American Europeans that they must become under Hamiltonianism?
The Monroean Faction (Republicans) recognizes Slavery and Immigration as sources of Kapital and Schuld within Real Trade Agreements. Every American Enterprise, Monroe believed, should own their own Slaves and even better if they are Immigrant Slaves. Even if America no longer allows and tolerates Slavery, they promote regardless in the developing countries. Thanks to the Liberalization of Young Minds by the Empire of Liberty, Emigration to the US is to be done with the Incentives of Supply and Demand in mind: the greatest Quantity of Kapital for the least Quantity of Schuld.
The Madisonian Faction (Democrats) dictates that Americans are the Immigrant or Naturalized Slaves of Kapital and Schuld. Every American family, Madison believed, should own their own Slaves and even better if they are Immigrant Slaves. Even if America no longer allows and tolerates Slavery, they promote it regardless in the developed countries. Thanks to the Liberalization of Young Minds by the Empire of Liberty, Immigration to the US is to be done with the Incentives of Supply and Demand in mind: the greatest Quantity of Kapital for the least Quantity of Schuld.
The Jeffersonian Faction (Bipartisans) professes that the American Question must be reapplied to Western Civilization and the rest of humanity at large through the Empire of Liberty itself. “All Men Are Created Equal” as the Producers and Consumers of Kapital and Schuld. The economies of the US and Western world have witnessed the realization of Jefferson’s dystopia Utopia in the Deindustrialization of Western Civilization and self-destruction of entire nations.
What I have just described, my fellow Americans, is the primordial point of origin for the “Hypersexualized Fascism” described in “Third Place: Traps Aren’t Gay.” Remember:
Social-Democracy = Welfare Capitalism + Workfare Socialism
Social-Democracy ≠ Fascism
This Social-Democracy, as a “Hypersexualized Fascism,” paradoxically makes the original Italian Fascism seem incompetent and more rational. What the Southerners were doing to themselves before, during and especially after the Civil War is precisely what Benito Mussolini had once called the “Phases of Capitalism” before the eventual realization of “Supercapitalism,” otherwise known as the State Monopoly Capitalism from Marxist Theory:
“At this stage, Supercapitalism is inspired and justified by this Utopia: the Utopia of Unlimited Consumption. Supercapitalism’s ideal is the standardization of the human race from the cradle to the grave. It wants all babies to be born exactly the same length so that the cradles can be standardized and all children persuaded to like the same toys. It wants all men to don the very same uniform, to read the same book, to have the same tastes in films, and to desire the same so-called Labor-saving devices. This is not the result of caprice. It inheres in the logic of events, for only thus can Supercapitalism make its plans.”-Benito Mussolini, Four Speeches on the Corporate State, ca. 1935
“Ever since monopoly capital took over the world, it has kept the greater part of humanity in poverty, dividing all the profits among the group of the most powerful countries. The standard of living in those countries is based on the extreme poverty of our countries. To raise the living standards of the underdeveloped nations, therefore, we must fight [Supercapitalism]. And each time a country is torn away from the [Supercapitalist] tree, it is not only a partial battle won against the main enemy but it also contributes to the real weakening of that enemy, and is one more step toward the final victory. There are no borders in this struggle to the death. We cannot be indifferent to what happens anywhere in the world, because a victory by any country over Supercapitalism is our victory, just as any country’s defeat is a defeat for all of us. The practice of Proletarian Internationalism [vis-à-vis Socialist Patriotism] is not only a Duty for the peoples struggling for a better future, it is also an inescapable necessity.”–Che Guevara, “Afro-Asian Conference,” ca. February 24, 1965
Anyone studying US History and arguing against the Monroe Doctrine should made be self-aware of the more notorious supporters of the Democratic-Republican Party, the Civil War-era cabal of Southern oligarchs who either owned Chattel-Slaves and Indentured-Slaves or else had promoted its expansion beyond the Mississippi River and the Union itself. Some of their relatives later married into the wealthy families of the North and later become “Northern oligarchs,” their later descendants owning the Debt-Slaves and Kapital-Slaves who had toiled in the steel mills, oil wells, assembly lines, and urban streets. I am talking about a paramilitary secret society who secretly conspired to start what could only be described as a “World War” in the Americas.
“[The Confederacy] will expand, as our growth and civilization shall demand—over Mexico—over the isles of the sea—over the far-off Southern tropics—until we shall establish a great Confederation of Republics—the greatest, freest and most useful the world has ever seen.”-Robert Barnwell Rhett, Shortly before the Civil War, ca. 1861
Of course, this was also the same man who once said in 1833:
“A people, owning slaves, are mad, or worse than mad, who do not hold their destinies in their own hands.”
When historians studying US History are asked to describe America’s “national disunity” since the 1960s-1980s, I always found it odd for them to be unconsciously citing these Southerners and Northerners as examples. It casts the Civil War in a whole different light as if I am being asked to perceive the conflict itself as neither a “War for Slave Rights” nor a “War over State Rights” but an alleged “War over Inheritance Rights.”
Who inherited the American Essence and the Command Responsibility to decide whether America becomes a Command Economy or a Planned Economy? Who inherited the Command Responsibility of eventually challenging the Slave Morality of the Bourgeoisie that grew up after the Civil War and became the Militarists of the 1960s Counterculture? Who were these Southern Chattel-Slaves and Indentured-Slaves and those Northern Debt-Slaves and Kapital-Slaves? What future awaited America if the Confederacy had been the ones to prevail in the Civil War?
This is self-evident in the more obscure parts of the Civil War. Consider the following:
- As families split into warring factions, the children and relatives fought each other from armaments manufactories for control of the Northern countryside and the Southern cities.
- Prussian military advisors trained the Northerners and the Southerners in the latest military tactics, who were then proceeding to study how both sides conducted themselves in battle. Some flocked to the Union to fight on both sides as Soldiers of Fortune.
- The trafficking of military-grade ordnance and munitions that flowed from European armaments manufactories to the Confederacy through the black market.
- The Confederate invasion of Mexico and the Russian naval intervention.
- The Ostend Manifesto, a secret Confederate plot to invade Cuba and eventually the rest of Latin America as the next logical conclusion of the Monroe Doctrine as part of realizing the Empire of Liberty.
- And the Knights of the Golden Circle, a paramilitary secret society that sought to realize the Ostend Manifesto.
These obscure and relatively unknown historical events from the Civil War are all evidence supportive of my own arguments in The Work-Standard. The Civil War, as far as the Democratic-Republican Party is concerned, was fought over economic and financial motives that was never about neither the Slaves nor the States themselves. To verify the veracity of my claims is to know the Patron Saints of Catholic Education and the centuries-old history of American Catholic Education. To know the Prussian connection to the American Civil War is to know the real mysteries behind the Year of the Prussian.
What is not a Conspiracy Theory, however, are Jim Crow, Segregation, the Ku Klux Klan, the Civil Rights Movement, and the Confederate expellee communities of Latin America. The Confederados may have been descended from Americans, but they are no longer Americans today. They stopped being American when the Civil War ended and their descendants think of themselves as Confederates first and foremost, otherwise they would be very ashamed of this period in US History, including its implications for both Brazil and America.
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