~ 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]
OBAMA'S DESTRUCTION OF THE OPPOSITION
But my general [world-view; philosophy], will never share its place with something else. Therefore it can never agree to collaborate in any order of things that it condemns. On the contrary it feels obliged to employ every means in fighting against the old  Constitutional order and the whole world of ideas belonging to that order and prepare the way for its destruction.
These purely destructive tactics, the danger of which is so readily perceived by  our enemy that he forms a united front against them for his common defence, and also the constructive tactics, which  I believe, must be aggressive in order to carry the new world of ideas to success – both these phases of the struggle call for a body of resolute fighters. Any new philosophy of life will bring its ideas to victory only if the most courageous and active elements of its epoch and its people are enrolled under its standards and grouped firmly together in a powerful fighting organization. To achieve this purpose it is absolutely necessary to select from the general system of doctrine a certain number of ideas which will appeal to such individuals and which, once they are expressed in a precise and clear-cut form, will serve as articles of faith for a new association of men. While the programme of the ordinary political party is nothing but the recipe for cooking up favourable results out of the next general elections, the programme of a  philosophy represents a declaration of war against an existing order of things, against present conditions, in short, against the established  Constitutional philosophy.
It is not necessary, however, that every individual fighter for such a new doctrine need have a full grasp of the ultimate ideas and plans of those  of us, who are the leaders of the movement. It is only necessary that each should have a clear notion of the fundamental ideas and that  they should thoroughly assimilate a few of the most fundamental principles, so that  they will be convinced of the necessity of carrying the movement and its doctrines to success. The individual soldier is not initiated in the knowledge of high strategical plans. But he is trained to submit to a rigid discipline, to be passionately convinced of the justice and inner worth of his cause and that he must devote himself to it without reserve. So,  I too, must convince the individual follower of a movement, must be made acquainted with its far-reaching purpose,  and to how it is inspired by a powerful will and  that it has a great future before it.