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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Walter E. Williams, Syndicated Columnist

In my local newspaper last Sunday, William E. Williams of Mason University defended the conservative movement, the high rich class, and the Republican party. His article asks, 'Should the rich be condemned?

Williams calls the USA a 'free society.' This phrase is wrong because only God has a freedom that is absolute.  The people in any nation are never absolutely free.  Th Preamble of the U.S. Constitution says, We the  People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, ...' These words are saying that the USA was founded as a 'perfecting society.  Thus the USA is not a free society. So, the rich classes in the USA must be eliminated by Congress, the President, and the Supreme Court.

Williams was correct to say that the first rich class was developed by inventors and mass producers. But he does not say that the rich class in the USA was also developed by the early  'Big Families' such as the Astor family. These Big Families developed national banks and are passing their wealth over to their children, who become wealthy without earning it. But inheritances assume that families have bloodlines.  Bloodlines is a false theory because I say that evolutionary theory is false.  The purpose of human families is only to raise the spiritual children of an active God.  

Williams does not talk about one-company-towns, cancer, crime, drug use, poor U.S. education, gays, bullies, child molestation, the Appalachian Area,  unemployment, infrastructures, stimulus, etc. Williams only wants to defend the mass producers and the unearned wealth of the mass producing families.

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4 Comments:

  • At 3:39 PM, Anonymous David S. Wilkinson said…

    Williams does not talk about one-company-towns, cancer, crime, drug use, poor U.S. education, gays, bullies, child molestation, the Appalachian Area, unemployment, infrastructures, stimulus, etc. Williams only wants to defend the mass producers and the unearned wealth of the mass producing families.

    George,
    You're out of your league if you're arguing economics with Dr. Williams and he has written numerous books detailing the economics of the things you mention above.

     
  • At 5:17 PM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…

    Response to David S. Wilkinson,

    I have been reading the writings of Williams for years. For the Republicans and the ultra rich class, he has been rejecting socialism for years and never brings an active God into his thought. So I told my reader the subjecst that he should address..

    I am not out of my league in the USA because foreign readers are very interested in my material.

    George

     
  • At 12:43 PM, Anonymous David S. Wilkinson said…

    There you go with your non-sequiters again George. Having foreign readers has nothing to do with you're being out of your depth in arguing economics with Dr. Williams.
    Dr. Williams doesn't require you to agree with his thinking, in fact a big component when he lectures is encouraging you to collect informastion from a variety of sources. As he said once, I have answers but not all of them."
    To question someone of his caliber because he doesn't speak to your pet theory is bordering on pathological narcissism.

     
  • At 1:03 PM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…

    Response to David S. Wilkinso,

    If you read my today's blog, you will learn that I am standing alone aginst many citize worldwide.

    Until you learn the difference between an inactive God and an active God, you will not understand my writings.

    Williams is just aniher prson who dos not understand these two very different Gods.

    To teach these different Gods, I must hit my readers hard.

    George

     

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