~ Where the Sun Will Never Set on Our liberty ~
[Assembling a system, to CONTROL; this treatise is to identify the philosophy behind the agenda of the Obama Administration. I will call this PLAGIAT, for every point is plagiarized from the tome Mein Kampf. By construct, the names are changed for clarity of purpose. Written from his eyes, the foundation of his goal is evident. Changes are numbered and/or italicised from the original work]
 I believe Marxism too has had its aims to pursue and it also recognizes constructive work, though by this it understands only the establishment of despotic rule in the hands of  International Finance. Nevertheless for seventy years its principal work still remains in the field of criticism. And what disruptive and destructive criticism it has been! Criticism repeated again and again, until the corrosive acid ate into the old  Constitutional philosophy so thoroughly that it finally crumbled  it to pieces. Only then did the so-called 'constructive' critical work of  my philosophy begin. And that  is natural, right and logical.
An existing order of things is not abolished by merely proclaiming and insisting on a new one. It must not be hoped that those who are the partisans of the existing order and have their interests bound up with it will be converted and won over to the new movement simply by being shown that something new is necessary. On the contrary, what may easily happen is that two different situations will exist side by side and that the-called philosophy is transformed into a party, above which level it will not be able to raise itself afterwards. For  my philosophy is intolerant and cannot permit another to exist side by side with it. It imperiously demands its own recognition as unique and exclusive and a complete transformation in accordance with its views throughout all the branches of public life. It can never allow the previous state of affairs to continue in existence by its side. And the same holds true of religions  wherefore I draw inspirations. Though sometimes, and often quite unnecessarily, its dogmatic system is in conflict with the exact sciences and with scientific discoveries, it is not disposed to sacrifice a syllable of its teachings;  and we must learn from that. I shall not deviate as well.