Anarchists, hide your emblems! / Neo-Humanists support the NWO

Apparently, it is illegal for anyone in Oklahoma to display Anarchist emblems or flags. Who’d have thought?

You see in Oklahoma, according to Title 21, Chapter 9, Section 374, it is a felony to “carry … or publicly display any red flag or other emblem or banner, indicating disloyalty to the Government of the United States or a belief in anarchy or other political doctrines or beliefs, whose objects are either the disruption or destruction of organized government.” I have been, peacefully mind you, walking around Tulsa, Oklahoma with ALLiance of the Libertarian Left and Industrial Workers of the World buttons pinned to my jacket (suspecting, but) never knowing that I could be punished with 10 years in prison and/or $1,000.00 fine.

According to the neo-humanist statement of principles written by Paul Kurtz, neo-humanism basically supports the New World Order. Weird.

Neo-Humanists recognize that humanity needs to move beyond egocentric individualism or the perspective of chauvinistic nationalism. The planetary community needs to develop new transnational institutions. The new reality of the twenty-first century is the fact that no one on the planet can live in isolation, and every part of the world community is interdependent. This applies equally to nation-states, which are arbitrary jurisdictions based on historic contingent events of the past. The failure of the 192 nations meeting in Copenhagen in December 2009 to reach an accord that effectively controls global warming points to the urgent need to establish new international institutions.

4 thoughts on “Anarchists, hide your emblems! / Neo-Humanists support the NWO

  1. blackacidlizzard August 16, 2010 at 21:58

    Yeah, Kurtz has a few chapters in “Euphroxy: Living without religion” devoted to talking of increased integration of states with each other and into further recesses of society and individuals’ minds.

    He is the secular humanist your wacky libertarian preacher warned you about. :p

  2. Francois Tremblay August 17, 2010 at 00:13

    Not sure why you feel the need to associate me with religion. As you should know by reading this blog, I am against religion. And I will definitely oppose anyone, humanist or not, who talks about the “integration of states.”

  3. blackacidlizzard August 17, 2010 at 00:33

    ah, didn’t mean “you” as in you – a failed attempt at humor with reference to an old cliche: “the people you parents warned you about.”

    Yeah, I was real disappointed when I read that book, so many appeals to freedom from old insanities, then “we need a global government to indoctrinate our children into a common cultural mythos.” Only reason that name stuck with me, probably the first mainstream anti-religion “intellectual” I read.

    Thought I had heard he died a few years back, guess not.

  4. Francois Tremblay August 17, 2010 at 00:36

    Oh. Well, all right.

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