The New Deal was enacted for the benefit of growing the National Socialist state.
The New Deal programs were implemented to empower the growth of the bureaucratic state of National Socialism at the local and Federal Level.
This insidious usurpation of constitutionally limited Government moves under the State and Federal legislative enactments statutorily defined as the “State Plan”.
The result is seventy-seven years later, nearly 50 million American State Citizens work within the public sector collective bargaining units at the municipal, county, state and federal level. These public sector collective bargaining units use our private wealth to fund their ideologically driven political designs readily recognized by the Ancien Regime as Legislative Plunder.
What is deliberately overlooked in Academia and within the Political discussions of “Social Security”, which is an income tax imposed in defiance to the rule of law, is that the New Deal “Brain Trust” calculated that the average working American State Citizen ensnared in this statutory scheme would not live long enough to secure the “tax benefit”.
There is no “Trust Fund” for “Social Security”. All fiscal exactions extracted at the source of wages under this statutory scheme implemented as “Social Security” collected by the Commissioner of Social Security is deposited directly into the General Fund of the United States.
Social security is not “underfunded”. This political double speak of underfunded is readily defined as the “Big Lie”. Social Security is a statutorily imposed income tax that is used to suborn working American State Citizens’ God Given Rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of property under the color of administrative law.
Furthermore far too many American State Citizens have no understanding that this Tax Benefit administratively implemented as Social Security is fleeting. What the Government provides by statute may be terminated without remorse by administrative order.
The systemic administrative fraud of this income tax system statutorily named “Social Security” was exposed in Flemming v. Nestor, 363 U.S. 603 (1960).
American State Citizens need awaken from seventy-seven years of this Progressive usurpation of our substantive rights implemented fictitiously as “Social Security” by moving to the polls this first Tuesday of November 2012 to elect principled constitutional statesman to stand in our State and Federal Legislature.
Then when our newly elected Constitutionally principled Statesmen stand up upon the Floor of our Legislative Assemblies, they need to close down this bureaucratic socialistic state, by standing within the State and Federal Constitutional framework of Limited Government.