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Class War Battlefield Podcast
Vphiamer Adis (Host); Robert Schaffer (Clip)
 Mahoka Mwako Asili Temple  Contact Contributor
Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2021.00.01
How Did We Get Here
The Broken Society, and, the War Between the Republican Characters

Gathering my thoughts around the events that occurred on January 6th 2021, I recorded this addendum on a topic I will speak more forcefully about over the next twelve months – the true “divide” defining this country. In this episode segment I have coined the phrase “Republican Characters” to describe the two competing ideological arguments set forward by Northern Secularists and Southern Theocrats during the years and decades immediately after the 1776 “Revolution”. These two arguments, when combined with the Federalist and Anti-Federalist movements occurring during the American Confederacy years; and in later years the Segregationist and Anti-Segregationist movements; thoroughly shaped the governmental strategies and political aims for each party. In the 1960s, as was the case in the early 1800s and the reconstruction decade of 1865-1875; one ideological camp checkmated the political strategies of the other camp. In the 1960s, the Anti-Segregationists checkmated the Segregationists and started a policy of political economic integration of the latter; this was essentially the continuance of the North’s attempt during the Reconstruction decade to economically integrate the South into its financial culture. History tells us, despite these seemingly watershed moments where one side has won over the other, proceeding events disprove this assumption. In this episode segment I suggest the reason why this assumption does not hold true is because the true fight was never about Segregationist or Non-Segregationist (Uncle Tom’s Cabins’ author Harriet Beecher Stowe does a marvelous job dispelling this myth) or to a far lesser extent, though move heavily weighing on the institutional structures we have come to rely on for this nation’s health, about Federalist or Anti-Federalist; but more about a Republican Agenda built from competing Republican Structures derived from A system of Republican Philosophy, Laws & Constitutional Organs which could be split up into two separate groups, both deriving themselves from Eurocentric Christian Governmental norms that preceded the country; the first was chiefly found in the South, it could be called a Theocratic Oligarchic Republican System, while the second was chiefly found in the North and could be called a Secular Christian Oligarchic Republican System. Buckle up, this ride will get bumpy.
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