The Fifth Element of Government is corporations and corporatism that has ‘gone woke.’ The fundamental ethics in business have devolved to the point that major corporations are the executors of bureaucratic policy, often exclusive of actual law. We experienced this during the ChicomFlu debacle in the way that all levels of business bowed to the gods of the NIH and CDS so as to keep their federal contracts.
The worse offenders of The Fifth Element of Government is the medical industry. They currently are merged into the mystical transcendence of money and power in the minds of the corporate mega-stock holders and the super-social/cultural-investors.
To which, I speak to the manipulation of board rooms by these institutional investors that drive businesses to do the bidding of government, especially in the ideological realm.
From all this, the questions then must be asked: Where are Biblical Reformation business ethics? Who teaches such business principles and do they work?
As one real example commentary on Christians in Business looking at Biblical business ethics from R. C. Sproul’s ‘How should Christian values impact business ethics in the office?’ –
“Do I understand you to be saying that ethical issues—that is, policies that we have in our business organization—touch the whole question of ethics, and in turn those ethics touch the question of philosophy, and in turn philosophy touches theology? Are you saying to us that how we run our business ultimately has theological significance?”
I said, “Yes, that’s what I’m trying to say.” And it was like the lights came on in this man’s head for the first time in his life.
What Happened to Harvard?
Harvard business school as well as all the other sub-disciplines at Harvard are lightyears (one lightyear is about 5.88 trillion miles) apart from its founders intent and not for the better. I am introducing what happened to Harvard and how it lost its way. Yet, the demise of foundational principles at this institution is systemic of virtually all of higher education in these United States.
Education Destroying Children and Families
To all of this, we are seeing public education in general as the mechanism of destroying children and families. I introduce you to ‘the queering’ of the classroom. By having Godless education, there is no hope for the youth and all will be done by the government via the CDC’s program of Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC).
Love of Country
The majority of pulpits in these United States preach ‘the Woke Gospel’ such that there is no love of country. Here I introduce you to a Foundational Sermon by John Hart.—The Love of Country. A Sermon preached before the Virginia Troops in NewJersey. 1777
You can find a link to it in the Sam Adams Wisdom section.
– First segment: Corporatism dictating environment, social / culture, governance.
Loss of American ethics, Biblical and common foundational principles were influenced by cabal from inception.
for next segment ‘ Harvard leads in
for third segment, Lunacy in educating perversion and where are Biblical ethics that are taught in academia?
– Second Segment: Harvard goes woke in 1701
Harvard lost its way in 1701
Yale as a Biblical alternative
Intro to Biblical ethics for business begins with me.
– Third segment: Lunacy in education and business, where are Biblical ethics
Lunacy in education: ‘Queer Your Classroom’: Teachers Trained on Injecting Gender Ideology into Science, Math Class – Social Emotional Learning?
the Bible instructs Christians how to conduct business
Biblical ethics taught in Christian universities
Not taught or re-enforced from the pulpits
Majority of Pulpits do not instruct on Love of Country.
Last if time, CDC setting the indoctrination on SEL and Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC)
Sum it up….
Summing it up is simple. Bad Theology results in corrupt governance at home and in the greater context of a Nation that cannot rule itself even with the best Constitution known to mankind.
Lunacy is in business, education, bureaucracies, law and in the halls of government at every level. Once again, God does cause those that are flagrantly opposed to Him to go mad. I can only point everyone to the various Scriptures that I quoted on the program. Here again is the reference link: 81 Bible Verses about Madness
Sam Adams Wisdom
Deferring this week to a Sermon by John Hart.—The Love of Country. A Sermon preached before the Virginia Troops in NewJersey. 1777
Excerpts Taken from ‘The Patriot Preachers of the American Revolution with Biographical Sketches.’ Pages 143 to 157.
If I forget thee, Jerusalem^ lei my right hand forget her cunning. If I do not remember thee, let my tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth; if—I prefer not Jerusalem above my chief joy. Psalm cxxxvii. 5,
Reflection upon past enjoyments tends only to the aggravation of present sufierings; and yet—I know not how—the mind of man is ever fondly disposed to draw the painful parallel betwixt the happiness which he once possessed and the misery which he now feels. This was the case of the captive Israelites, as is pathetically described in the Psalm before us : ” By the rivers of Babylon,” says the divine poet, ” there we sat down yea, we wept when we remembered Zion;; we hanged our harps upon the willows which grew in the midst thereof.” As the soul in affliction is ever apt to dwell upon every circumstance which heightens the sorrow, he here represents his harp, that sacred instrument devoted to his GOD, now laid aside, silent and neglected ; for how, indeed, could he ” sing the LOKD’S song in a strange land f’ Oppression and servitude throw a damp upon every noble faculty no wonder, then, the sacred musician could ill exert the heavenly harmony under the dispiriting pressure of a foreign tyranny. How shall we sing the LOKD’S song in a strange land ? Here the faithful patriot turns, by a very natural transition, from lamenting over his country’s fate, to the strongest professions of preserving: his affection forever inviolable toward her. “If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand forget her cunning. If I do not remember thee, let my tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth; if I prefer not Jerusalem above my chief joy.”
Under the incitement of so animating an example, I shall offer a few sentiments concerning that virtue which produced this glorious resolution ; and, after endeavoring to explain the nature and obligation of love to our country, shall attempt to point out that conduct which seems requisite to testify the sincerity of this affection.
The love of our country is a principle which hath been more celebrated in all ages, hath been the subject of more praise and panegyric, than any other affection in the whole train of virtue. It hath been the constant theme of poets, orators and historians statues and medals have been erected and struck, and all the treasures of art and wit perpetually exhausted, in doing honor to those who have excelled in this character ; and, indeed, the name of patriot implies, in its true sense, every thing that is most great and godlike among men ; it carries in it the idea of a public blessing ; it implies a power of doing good, exerted and extended to whole communities, and resembles within its sphere, that universal Providence which protects and supports the world. This’ is that elevated passion, of all others the most necessary, as well as most becoming, to mankind, and yet, if we believe the common complaints, of all others the least visible in the world. It lives, we are told, rather in description than reality, and is represented by the first writer of this age as an antiquated and forgotten virtue. Wretched picture of the human race ! If this be a just representation, we are degenerate indeed ! insensible to the best of all social duties, counteracting the common bond of alliance with one species, and checking the source of our most refined pleasures. The public is, as it were, one great family ; we are all children of one common mother, America, our country; she gives us all our birth; nurses our tender years, and supports our manhood. In this light, therefore, our regards for her seem as natural as the implanted affection be twixt parents and children.
I might here enlarge on the mutual delights given and received in the social entertainments and conversation of a people connected together with the same language, customs, and institutions, and from thence show the reasonableness of an affectionate attachment to the community; but I choose to point out the obligations to this associating virtue as they arise from higher and more interesting principles.
Continue reading the Sermon at: The Love Of Our Country
1. 81 Bible Verses about Madness – openbible.info
10. Interesting from US News and World Report 2015: The Bible Is a Good Business Guide