Socialism as Defined by the American Patriots USA

As socialism is a non descriptive generalization  (,  The American Patriot Party establishes a universal description; Not as a form of government or leadership, but as a condition that is obvious in the form of dependency; willing or unwilling.

Though dictators may have in history distanced themselves from the definition of socialism, the control over their people and their bureaucratic institutions would have no effect without the willing (or subjugated compliant) dependent bureaucracy. 

Socialism thereby, as defined by this party, is a condition of a country that begins when the percentage of  the willing (or subjugated compliant) bureaucracy dependent upon any government exceeds 5% of its citizenry.

Socialism in practice, as defined by this party, is the percentage of its citizenry reaching 8% or more, who accept and are dependent upon government for their income in any way, This includes, but is not limited to, direct employment, government contracts, retirement benefits.

These percentages are established in part by usury.

Socialism by willing subjugation (voluntary slavery), is when society as a whole, accepts such practice without revolt, reverse or immediate action to correct.

Socialism by this party is also a condition wherein certain, inalienable rights are jeopardized and corrupted by social propriety dictated by bureaucratic and or social born establishments.

Socialism of its root cause as concluded and as defined by this party, is the percentage of those dependent upon government or subjugated (willing or unwilling) by government in relationship to the percentage of  those who are not.

This definition precedes all definitions of government, government structure, socially established groups or political titles.


Socialism in the Form of Institutions

Socialism, as defined by this party, further relates to the similar operation of socialism by any government, or private entity, corporate, union, special interest, any combination of, or of other title.

If it operates like a socialism, it is socialism.

The extent of which if great enough in numbers of dependent citizens, can establish the definition of a independent socialist government operating in a free country.

In no way is a private "entity" or "group" of any type a individual, as fictionally attempted to be defined and presently practiced in "law".

These entities or groups are in fact social entities and social established groups in bureaucratic form and are not free enterprise;

This as free enterprise is not established or ordained by government or by its approval, such approvals which are in place exactly because of the collective power that these establishments, which are private social bureaucracies, fiscally, or cause driven and fiscally supported by distant masses, can possess over truly free enterprise found only in the individual;

And as having such powers are subject to strict limitations by federal, state and county laws, including, but not limited to, highly localized monopoly laws of counties. (see next regarding distant powers)


Socialism in the Form of Distant Collective Action and Powers
or Distant Legislatures

Socialism can be established by the action of special interest groups or other entity that through national, international or local lobbying or collective involvement nation wide by distant citizenry and through distant legislatures, controlling local issues over and against those citizens that will most directly effected; as if such distant national and international groups had arbitrary powers over individuals or local communities whose lives are most effected.

Socialism can be established through manipulation and bribery by federal government withholding of tax money already received from taxes unless the state or county abides by the will of the federal government which itself through international lobbying and treaties turns to inflict arbitrary powers of those agreements over states forcing them to inflict arbitrary laws over county, and county over local communities.

Such can be seen in highway funds, planning laws and environmental laws.

Rule by distant legislatures is not a feature of freedom and was opposed by the founders:

Rights of the Colonists 1772

"...Now what liberty can there be, where property is taken away without consent? Can it be said with any colour of truth and Justice, that this Continent of three thousand miles in length, and a breadth as yet unexplored, in which however, its supposed, there are five millions of people, has the least voice, vote or influence in the decisions of the British Parliament? Have they, all together, any more right or power to return a single member to that house of commons, who have not inadvertently, but deliberately assumed a power to dispose of their lives,8 Liberties and properties, than to choose an Emperor of China! Had the Colonists a right to return members to the british parliament, it would only be hurtfull; as from their local situation and circumstances it is impossible they should be ever truly and properly represented there. The inhabitants of this country in all probability in a few years will be more numerous, than those of Great Britain and Ireland together; yet it is absurdly expected [Volume 5, Page 397] by the promoters of the present measures, that these, with their posterity to all generations, should be easy while their property, shall be disposed of by a house of commons at three thousand miles distant from them; and who cannot be supposed to have the least care or concern for their real interest: Who have not only no natural care for their interest, but must be in effect bribed against it; as every burden they lay on the colonists is so much saved or gained to themselves. ..."

How closely our federal government has returned to the practice of tyranny as defined by and warned of by our Originating Founders..

Socialism in the Form of Total Democracy

Total Democracy, that is, democracy that is not subject to, or has no basis of unchangeable certain, inalienable, rights, is socialism.

Total Democracy is not freedom, Total Democracy is mob rule. as it offers no such protections guaranteed by freedom;

A Country's citizenry  which is ran by a Total Democracy, are societal whim and arbitrarily ruled subjects;

Not free citizens.

These subjects are the product found of every subjugated country on earth by way of willing and voluntary slavery.

Socialism by willing subjugation (voluntary slavery), is when society as a whole, accepts such practice without revolt, reverse or immediate action to correct.

The feature of certain inalienable rights is necessary for any country to consider itself free; of which only one country in the world at this time, The United States of America, possesses; However waning and in need of repair it is.

All other falsely acclaimed "countries of a free world"  such as Britain, are just that, falsely acclaimed; This, as rights are not rights in these countries but privileges; privileges that can be voted or taken away at any moment by their own social bureaucracies.

This was very clear to the founders:

James Madison:

"...The governments of Europe are afraid to trust the people with arms.

If they did, the people would surely shake off the yoke of tyranny, as America did.

Let us not insult the free and gallant citizens of America with the suspicion that they would be less able to defend the rights of which they would be in actual possession than the debased subjects of arbitrary power would be to rescue theirs from the hands of their oppressors."

The citizens of Britain remain, today as well as then, as with all other nations of the world, except the United States, debased subjects of arbitrary power.

Nothing has changed and modern situations do not alter it.

Modern appliances and health care do not remove this fact, which is based on servitude of a citizen to his government bureaucracy's will and subjugation by an arbitrary power that suppresses certain, inalienable rights;

Such a ridiculous reasoning like that, would be like giving a slave a clean shirt and dental care so long as he did what his master said and stayed and worked quietly in his master's yard;

 A peace and prosperity only by and through subjugation and pacification.

 Rights of the Colonists 1772:

"First, "The first fundamental positive law of all Commonwealths or States, is the establishing the legislative power; as the first fundamental natural/law also, which is to govern even the legislative power itself, is the preservation of the Society."6

"Secondly, The Legislative has no right to absolute arbitrary power over the lives and fortunes of the people:..."

" Thirdly, The supreme power cannot Justly take from any man, any part of his property without his "consent", in person or by his Representative

These are some of the first principles of natural law & Justice, and the "great Barriers" of all "free states",..."

Simply being associated with the United States in trade or treaty does not entitle socialist countries such as Britain to fly banners or descriptions that associate them with freedom;

Such banner is reserved only for those who respect, practice and protect at all levels, those certain, inalienable, rights defined by the Originating Founders, against those defined tyrannies so listed in part within the Grievances of the Declaration of Independence.

Our own Federal, State and County government servants should take note.