Statements which cannot be validated in a quantitative measurable way will not be presented as true. No position will be taken, and no ideology supported, the value of which has not been quantified and objectively validated. All policy and ideologies not verified by a rigid and thorough audit using the methods of quantified analysis is deemed untrue and without merit.
All invalid and subjective interpretations of observation are part of the legacy of liberalism. All programs and policies considered liberal will not be supported by Social Positivist. Liberal Democracy and autocracy, public and private ownership models, money as debt, the need for the state, and all conventional economic and political models are for this purpose, deemed liberal in conception and origin and until validated in a quantified manner are not supported.
All of liberalism and all of its doctrines, policies and principles are deemed heathen and the result of collective possession. Liberalism is the antithesis of the church. As the people of God are imbued with the Spirit of God so to are liberals as the church of evil imbued with the spirit of evil to do the work of he who sent them.
The church of the fallen promotes collectivism as the church of the Most High promotes individualism. As individuals stand before God the collective stands before Lucifer. As the saved are saved by Grace the collective is condemned by works.
Social Positivist is a mission against heathenism. Positivism is an epistemological philosophy concerning the nature of truth and reality. Reality is authored it cannot produce itself. Reality is composed of truth. Truth is the fabric and warp and weave of reality. The destruction of truth is the destruction of reality. Truth is verifiable and quantifiable or opinion. Truth is logical, analytical, and cohesive. If it is not an authored, it does not exist. All that is true, good and useful has value to its author. All truth is measurable in a quantified way. Truth is a verifiable concept. If it cannot be verified in a quantitative manner it is opinion. Opinion is the product of heathens and those who do not have the truth in them.
Perfect information and total knowledge and Absolute Truth is God. The conception of perfection is the idea of God. Positivists strive towards perfect knowledge of the perfect idea of God. This knowledge and perfection create individuality. To be positive is to seek authorship in the manner and model provided by God. In seeking the perfection of God we find our own self in the cross we take up.
If there is no perfect truth knowledge is impossible. If science cannot or does not strive towards the perfection of knowledge it is not objective, it is not positive. Science as with all things must seek truth in a perfect and verifiable way.
Given that civilization is progress towards perfect knowledge what do we make of an ideology with no objectivity and no quantifiable substantiation? Liberalism is all about feelings and subjective impressions. Liberalism rejects the authorship of God. This defines liberalism as heathen.
God is that which nothing greater can be conceived. God embodies the highest and most perfect thought. God is the perfect and highest thing that can be considered. To think of God is to conceive the most perfect conception possible. If we can think of something higher, better and more perfect that is not God. Liberals do not understand God because they do not understand individuality. Collectivism is driven by the sensations of flesh. This is pathos. Collectives are constrained by narrowness, bitterness and bigotry. Pettiness produces collectivism, not science.
We own what we create; even as God owns all that he Authored. Authorship defines ownership. We cannot claim that which was created by another. No one can legitimately divest others of what they produced. Progress is achieved through creation. If we take what others created this is sin. Sin takes but evil destroys.
Collectives do not dictate the nature of the good or what truth is. Truth is not decided by democracy. Good has to be connected with truth, not opinion, not feelings. The good must be measurable in a quantified way or it is just something we feel. If an action is good, there needs to be a method for validating the choice one makes. This is where science and logic come in.
Truth gives us a mission. Missions create equity. Equity is value added to what was created by God. Capital is accounted for as a liability when owned by another. Equity added to what was formed by another creates an asset. (A=E+L). Liabilities are capital in the possession of one person though owned by another. We cannot be free if we need to create value.
Missions are works that create value. To be positive is to is to produce value as an individual.
Value can be measured. Producing value adds equity to what exists. Righteousness is the quality or condition of being right. A righteous person acts in ways that produce measurable value. Value can be represented in the form of preferred shares. Preferred shares represent equity in an economic entity, in this case a Positive Exchange. Positive persons are defined by the equity they create individually. We must make an individual contribution. Equity is a measure of the value created expressed in preferred shares issued by a Positive Exchange. Positive Exchanges quantify the good we do in a measurable way.
When man creates, he adds value to the Creation of God. We own the equity we create but not the portion formed by God. Nations are assets composed of the equity created by positive actors and the capital given to us by God. We have rights to the equity we create not to the capital provided by God.
Positivity is expressed in three flavors: political, religious, and economic. All equity is created in one of these three mission fields.
Poverty, unemployment, debt, taxation and injustice, are social costs. Social costs are liabilities that society and future generations must pay. Sin expropriates what the individual did not create. Individuality creates equity. Individuality is of value. Humans create their own identity. This requires ownership of what we author Authorship defines ownership. To alienate ownership is to alienate the individual from his or her (authored) identity.
Legal rights are a tool used by the state to make citizens into subjects. Legal rights create social obligations and obligations manifest as costs. Social costs are costs that alienate the author from what he or she created. Legal rights validate and prioritize fictitious wants. Wants make subjects of citizens or wards of the state. As subjects we are part of the collective of a legal entity called the state.
The UNs Declaration of Human Rights is a list of suggested legal enactments. These so-called Universal Rights are not human rights they are proposed legal rights. The UN seeks to create a global collective.
Legal Rights are based on two principles of law: might makes right and ends justify the means. Legal Rights are the main vehicle through which the collective is fabricated.
Law is opinion codified. Legal rights project the power of the state onto citizens to create subjects.
Unemployment, taxation, debt, inflation, interest payments, and war are social costs. Externalizing costs onto society and future generations creates subjects. Subjects are alienated from what they author. Without author rights truth becomes compromised.
A transaction is an exchange between two independent persons or citizens, the buyer and the seller. Anything more than this is a brokered transaction. Brokered transactions are needed when people are subjects. The collective is composed of authors alienated from their citizenship rights.
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Positivists subscribe to the proposition of two realities. Liberals reject this assertion. This demonstrates liberals live in a collectivist reality. Collectivists see no good and evil, only an infinite number of shades of gray. Positivists reject the idea of a single, all encompassing, monolithic reality. In our view this position cannot be logically defended. It is inherently contradictory. The Doctrine of the Excluded Middle applies to Good and Evil. Either they are absolutely distinct, or they do not exist as distinct phenomenon. This position cannot be refuted. It follows that two distinct conceptions about reality exist. Each is incompatible and irreconcilable with the other. The features of each do not overlap. However, only one conception of reality can be logical. Either the liberal viewpoint is flawed, or the Positivist view is in error. They cannot both be right, yet logic requires one must be. There are no other logical options. Everything is encompassed by one theoretical paradigm that we refer to as collectivism or it is not. If the collectivist world view is false, there must be a true version of reality and everything that is false. If the latter version is true, the truth and the lie have to repel one another, or the collectivist position would be the true one.
Liberals hold to the idea that reality is a collectivist phenomenon. However, the collectivist world view is, logically incoherent. It is, as will be demonstrate, morally repugnant in the eyes of a Christian. Collectivism is morally and logically untenable. Collectivism contradicts its own principles. Positivists hold to the two-reality position. We reject the idea of an infinitely extended continuum composed of relative values. We reject the idea of a reality composed of two polar opposites separated by a line of infinite regress. The collectivist view is that good and evil are on opposite ends of an infinitely extended continuum composed of an infinite number of points each representing a shade of gray. Truth does not produce contingent statements and positive actions do not produce relative outcomes. Cultural relativity is a liberal conception that is not logically defensible.
Even though collectivism is logically incoherent liberals refuse to acknowledge there is a true version of reality. This is bizarre and incomprehensible. So far as liberals are concerned there is no truth there is only relative and contingent truths. In other words they would rather hold to the idea their reality is largely a fiction than admit there is a true reality that is absolute.
If the liberal reality is inconsistent and necessarily fictitious, there must be a different and valid conception of reality. We cannot live in a reality that is logically inconsistent with itself. The idea is too bizarre at least for positivists.
We cannot logically say truth is relative without there being an absolute truth to compare it against.
Positivism is a theory of moral absolutes. Ownership is defined by authorship. Every idea and discovery is authored by one individual. If the individuals idea has value it is positive and produces equity or value. Authorship is the only source of equity. Equity is always the product of a single individual author. This is absolute. Equity is the only thing we can own because equity is all we can create. Individuals own only what they author. It is authorship that gives us individuality.
The Two Economies
Positivism and liberalism represent two distinct realities. Each represents one of two unique ways of thinking. Liberals reject the existence of moral absolutes. Liberals deny the sanctity of ownership. Liberals believe all values are relative. More importantly liberals reject independence this is why they oppose God. God is insularly independent. God models independence for us. God is perfect in His sovereign independence.
In the liberal world view the individual is a modular unit in a global system. We are cogs in the machine with a life that only has meaning within the social agenda of the globalist state.
Liberals reject the possibility of absolutes. This is a contradiction of terms. Liberalism holds to a contradictory position by claiming all truths are relative. All truths cannot be relative. If all truths are relative, then there has to be an absolute truth. The claim ‘all truths are relative’ must be contingent if true and absolute if false. This does not make sense because the liberal claim is a prima facia false assertion.
If we reject the sanctity of ownership, the capacity to make logical and moral choices is lost. If we own nothing, we cannot make ethical choices because no one can make ethical choices using resources that belong to someone else. Without moral culpability we become liberals.
Liberal institutions cannot pay their costs because they do not have true ownership over what they claim. They reject absolute ownership and so create liabilities for others. This turns citizens into subjects. Subjects are people without independence.
Liberals believe might makes right but can only validate this doctrine through the use of force. Liberal institutions create social costs. Social costs by their nature cannot be proved legitimate. That is social costs turn citizens into subjects and do so by nullifying the citizens ownership position, taking from the author what they created to subsidize the wants of someone else with no corresponding benefit being given to the originator of the good or service. This is illicit and patently demonic activity. Positivism on the other hand never transfers costs onto society and future generations. Positivism is founded on the intrinsic right of all persons to own what they author. This is a sovereign and inalienable right.
Positivists defend the personal rights of the authors of equity. Liberals claim the right to revoke ownership rights and access private equity for the common good. Liberals reject absolute rights. Liberals reserve the right to revoke any right or privilege given, based on their political power to do so.
We own only what we are the author of. No one can externalize costs. This is the Doctrine of Negative Accountability. Positive Accountability requires us to pay for all benefits enjoyed. The only valid currency is one that is backed by equity.
Money is an abstract unit of account. Positive money is issued to represent an increase in equity. Currency use enables transactions to be recorded on one of two columns called the Credit and Debit columns. The Credit column records cash in and the Debit column records cash out. Cash is in its positive form, equity. Currency is created by increases in equity and is issued as preferred shares in a Positive Economy or Positive Exchange. Preferred shares measure the equity in a Positive Exchange. If someone builds a bird house this constitutes an asset. The equity is the portion of value pertaining to the finished product minus the costs. The builder is entitled to the equity portion of the bird house.
Equity is assets minus costs or liabilities. (E=A-L)
The equity portion of the Asset is issued as preferred shares payable to the account of the author of the equity. In this case the liability portion represents the natural value of the materials used.
When Bill purchases goods or services from Jack; preferred shares recorded in the Bill Account are transferred to the Jack Account. For sales the Credit account of the buyer is Debited with the sale price and the Debit account of the seller is Credited with the sale.
To start a business is to create a business account. The new business account is credited with the assets needed to start the business. Those who contribute the assets have their accounts credited with the value they provided. If the business is a bakery, those who contribute assets needed by a bakery are credited for the value they provided. Those who work for the bakery have their accounts credited for the work they do, whereas those who purchase bakery products have their account debited.
To pay off member debt, bonds may be sold to members. The cash earned is used to purchase member debt from banks. Those buying bonds have their accounts credited with an equal amount of preferred share units (prefers (P), a contraction of preferred shares).
1. Reject legal rights.
2. Support the rights of the creator.
3. Do not demand others pay costs created by us.
4. Pay for all value received.
5. Guarantee equality of accountability.
6. Live by the Principle of Subsidiarity.
7. Promote specialization.
8. Value analytical truth.
9. Issue money as equity not asset.
10. Eliminate public and private ownership.
11. View people as a cost or liability.
12. Turn human rights into legal rights.
13. See truth as synthetic and contingent.
14. Accept the need for debt, taxation, and other social costs.
15. Create equality by handicapping the most able.
16. Supports the doctrine of might makes right.
17. Values immigration and migration.
18. Form administrative hierarchies.
19. Believe ends justify the means.
20. Defend the state and globalism.
The Age of Liberalism has persisted for 6000 years. Liberalism arose in Eden, it became manifested as Babylon, and reached its apogee as corporatism on one hand and socialism on the other. Liberalism authored the collectivism of law, economics, politics, and religion.
To understand The Age of Liberalism we need to understand collectivism. Liberalism denies authorship is ownership. Once this is denied God becomes an abstraction. Liberals reject God because they reject the ownership position of God. This is what Satan means when he remarks he wants to be as the Most High. Satan wants to be the owner of all that God Conceived.
Law is codified opinion that guides collectivism. Law formulates opinion as regulation. Law is gives legitimacy to collectivism and disenfranchises individuality.
The Age of Liberalism is encapsulated as two collectivist doctrines, might makes right, and the end justifies the means. Power collectivizes because power overcomes individuality.
The cost of providing collective wants are called social costs. Social costs include such things as unemployment, debt, taxation, war and crime, waste, poverty, inflation, depressions, business cycles, interest payments and inequality. Social costs shift equity from individuals and onto the collective.
Legal rights are wants warranted by law. Legal rights are not human rights. Legal rights create inequality by prioritizing the wants of the collective over the rights of individuals to what they authored. Legal rights are expressions of power. Power in the secular state manifests as legal authority over individuals to benefit the collective.
The Age Of Liberalism is defined by:
Three Sisters of liberalism
The three woman of the bible who first exhibited the mindset of a liberal. If you want to know why liberalism is the way it is and how and why the facets of liberalism arose, watch this video. Liberalism is founded on traits manifested in three women; Eve, Sara and Herodias.
The Age of Liberalism was initiated when Adam and Eve formulated a want as a collective. The Knowledge of Good and Evil means man is guided by the wants of the collective.
Knowledge of Good and Evil makes the collective measure of all things. Wants alienate God from His Creation because the collective takes over from God. Wants are the fruit of the Tree that spells the end of individuality.
In Eden the collective became its own moral yardstick. Mankind does not have the capacity to be the arbitrator of moral value. His emotional reaction to perceptions is a collectivist response expressed as a want.
Adam and Eve thought they had a right to what was in the Garden (though they had created nothing in the Garden). Democracy is nothing more than the power of the mob vented through a leader. Political power replaces human rights with legal rights. The rights of possession under the law, trumps the rights of the author to what he or she created.
Positive Ownership is defined by authorship, or the act of creation. Positive Ownership requires accountability for the costs we create. We own only what we create not what was created by others. We cannot impose our costs onto others.
Democratic majorities cannot overrule or invalidate the rights of ownership exercised by the creator to what he or she creates.
Democratic elections beguile governments into believing the state has a legitimacy and power it does not have. No majority can eliminate the natural rights of man to what he or she authors. No group regardless of their size can invalidate the rights of ownership. No one can logically challenge the right of the creator to what he or she creates. No one has the right to impose their costs onto others.
The Age Of Positivism is known by: