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ZOG (Zionist Occupied Government) is an antiquated term. It implies the existence of nation-state governance. Today’s US is an amalgamation of corporations and parasitic financial institutions largely run by Rothschild Zionists. America isn’t a nation, it’s a corporate empire, or more accurately- ZioCorp.

First a disclaimer. When I use terms like “ZOG” or “ZioCorp,” I am not referring to “Fiddler on the Roof” Jews or Moe, Larry, and Curly. I mean a global criminal banking syndicate headed by satanic usurer Jews and their eugenics-obsessed Rockefeller crime family associate who employ Rothschild Zionists and globalists of all stripes to prop up a business model that rests on the pillars of debt slavery, spiritual/physical destruction, and planetary rape. I harbor no ill will toward any race, religion, ethnic group, consenting adult orientation, or gender. In Tao, internal transcends external.

Second disclaimer (or notice). I sometimes use colorful language. This article is not suitable for delicate ladies or children. If that’s you, stop reading.

ZioCorp owns everything. That includes the financial system, security apparatus, Pentagon, politicians, courts, judges, police, schools, intellectual property, natural resources, utilities, media, big corporations, technology, and whatever else I failed to mention. ZioCorp holds full spectrum dominance over its subjects.

Neoliberal capitalism enabled ZioCorp to commoditize everything- including human beings. Not content with owning every grain of sand and drop of water, global finance wants the proprietary rights to your DNA, internal organs, blood and lymphatic systems, and thought processes. They changed the name of the personnel department to human resources. That wasn’t by accident. You are a harvestable resource.

ZioCorp isn’t like the traditional dictatorship run by a mustachioed strong man. Decisions are made in boardrooms by people you will never see or know. It’s what political philosopher Sheldon Wolin called “inverted totalitarianism.”

ZioCorp’s loyal servants come from all races, genders, and religions. Don’t think because you are White or Black, and you get a White or Black judge, he or she will go easier on you. It’s like the NWA “F*ck the Police” rap song says: “But don’t let it be a Black and a White one. Cause they’ll slam ya down to the street top. Black police showin’ out for the White cop.” The song’s point being the Black cop beats down the Black arrestee harder to gain approval from his White partner. Your racial brethren will kick your face in twice as hard to prove their loyalty to ZioCorp. See Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, etc.

To understand ZioCorp, we need to explore capitalism, and more importantly, the inherent flaws within it that made the current situation possible. Some people freak over any critique of capitalism, as they regard it as an attack on American patriotism. After all, America was founded as a capitalist country

Someone from the reactionary right is reading this and thinking: “Criticize capitalism?! You Antifa pinko communist Marxist Jew. You just want to take my money and give it to some #BLM crack ho and her kids. F*ck you and the menorah you rode in on.” Easy sheriff. To quote American Psycho’s Patrick Bateman, “Cool it with the anti-semitic remarks.” Pretend you’re at one of those 5-star luxury ashrams frequented by rich White broads and the Maharishi’s at the head of the class telling you to go ommmmm. Breathe baby, breathe.

I recognize that capitalism contains positive aspects. It can take the selfishness and egotism found within human nature and channel those traits into productive outcomes. Ethical entrepreneurs produce amazing things. Some people express their creativity through small business ownership. Because it focuses on “the individual,” capitalism gave us the Bill of Rights. Millennia of buying and selling have ingrained market thinking into the human psyche. Even non-technological societies use beads and bird feathers to conduct transactions. I’m not suggesting eliminating money. Imagine buying a car on Craigslist if you needed to show up with a herd of sheep to take home a Camry.

However, capitalism also destroys the “collective.” Unchecked, it devours everything in its path. It eats the poor, working class, middle class, and eventually the upper middle class. It also destroys the environment, leaving us with radioactive oceans and poisoned rivers. In end-stage capitalism, oligarchs fight each other for the last slice of cherry pie while the masses drown in a sea of economic and social chaos. Sound familiar?

Of all the nations, China seems most willing to experiment with different economic paradigms. They may eventually lead humanity to a post-scarcity Star Trek economy where people work for their purpose rather than a paycheck. Whether they succeed or not is indeterminate at this juncture. City of London bankers plan on turning China into corporate headquarters after the US collapses. Global finance has an impressive track record with national infiltration and takeover. Never underestimate their capabilities. The former United States republic now US Anglo-Zionist Empire stands as the textbook model for banker takeover. How’d it happen? For the sake of brevity, I’ll provide the sped-up Dr. Morell B12- cocaine-amphetamine elixir version.

The Founding Fathers “American Experiment” sought to replace monarchical rule with rule by the “Invisible Hand of Capitalism.” As per their guru John Locke, the cornerstone of the new republic became economics and private property. Being wealthy landowners gave the Founding Fathers a huge advantage. Their willingness to commoditize African slaves to save on labor costs demonstrates their religious devotion to capitalism.

To get the hoi polloi to fight for the new system, the nouveau plutocrats promised them constitutional rights and fat land grants. Why else would the soldiers freeze their asses off at Valley Forge? While the average White male gained some groovy civil liberties, the founding Fathers reneged on the land grants and other promised perks. George Washington’s crushing of the farmers’ “Whisky Rebellion” laid the foundation for an IRS police state and oligarchic rule.

In the 1800s, French political philosopher Alexis de Tocqueville observed that Americans were obsessed with getting rich. A money-driven nation becomes an easy mark for Central Bankers. The US Civil War allowed the Rothschilds to get their intractable foot in the bank vault door.* (*Sarah E.V. Emery, “Seven Financial Conspiracies Which Have Enslaved The American People.”) This was followed by the unconstitutional Federal Reserve Act of 1913 which turned over US money creation to the international financiers. A move that resulted in the theft of hundreds of trillions of dollars. After the US became the bankers’ central hub, it needed a permanent war machine to keep the global grift going. In his prescient farewell address, Eisenhower warned about the dangers of a runaway Military Industrial Complex.

The Wall Street-inflicted Great Depression almost sank capitalism. FDR instituted bank reforms and social safety nets to save his fellow plutocrats and the flailing system. In their insatiable greed, the banker class started chipping away at the policies that both rescued them and created a stable middle class. Bit by bit, the hued-out spaces were filled with corporate cement.

Saint Ronald Reagan’s eyedropper “trickle-down economics” deregulated the banks and corporations and laid the finishing girders for the corporatist dystopia skyscraper. Reagan’s firing of the striking air traffic controllers destroyed organized labor, and the standard of living previously enjoyed by the working class. Bill Clinton completed the edifice with NAFTA, repeal of Glass-Steagall banking rules, outsourcing of the manufacturing base, and steroidal Mr. Universe corporate deregulation. Many Americans went along with these policies in hopes they’d become rich enough to garner an invite to the Donald Trump-P Diddy-Miss America contestant hot tub party.

A big problem with making money the cornerstone of a society is that you get a Ralph Kramden population forever searching for the next “no money down” get-rich-quick infomercial scheme. If that doesn’t work, play the lottery. “You’ve got to be in it to win it.” After the 9/11 zio-attack, George W. Bush told Americans to “go shopping.”

The oligarchy kept the serfs hoofing it by dangling dreams of solid gold Trump toilet bowls and oil sheik mega yachts coupled with fear of death by predatory capitalism. However, even Rush Limbaugh devotee ding dongs are beginning to realize the game is rigged. The glass ceiling of upward mobility has turned to lead. This revelation tends to upset people. “Fight Club’s” Tyler Durden said it best: “We’ve all been raised on television to believe that one day we’d be millionaires, movie gods, and rock stars. But we won’t. We’re slowly learning that fact. And we’re very very pissed off.”

Damn straight b!tch. Give us our free sh!t or burn this motherf*cker to the ground. Lindsey Graham, Chuck Schumer, and their corporate donors are stealing whatever’s not welded to the floor. If you’re middle/working class, take anything and everything from the “government” that you can, and use it to stock up on ammo, freeze-dried food, and Johnny Walker Blue Label. Fight for your share of the loot before the Central Bankers install their NWO digital currency. Then the faucets get superglue tightened. In the meantime, fly in the helicopter money you child-raping globalist scum. Riot for UBI or let the old lady work so you can stay home and practice your tiger claw thrust and flying tortoise shell trachea strike. Civil war and economic crash ahead. Let the robots flip the burgers. AI can man the call centers.

Employers broke the social contract when they forced workers to get the DARPA vax. If you succumbed because you dislike sleeping in the street then hopefully you received your dose from the control or low-concentration batch. If they injured you or ruined the DNA your ancestors fought saber tooth tigers to give you, you’d need to put in serious work to make that right. That could include some weekends and holidays. While not easy, leveling that karma would be better than Norma Jean’s sweet cherry pie.

As a side note- I’m not an anti-vax zealot. If an adult wants to take the mRNA vaccine, that’s their business. Just don’t mandate it. And stop releasing “gain of function” bioweapons on the public. Back to “free government cheese.”

Mention universal healthcare, UBI, or free college, and the Ben Shapiro ziotarian kicks out his “we can’t afford it” auto-response. We can’t afford universal healthcare but the 2008 29 trillion dollar banker bailout (CNBC Money) was totally doable. And so was the 6 trillion dollar Iraq War that Shapiro pushed. And the hundreds of billions in corporate subsidies. And the trillions we send to Israel either directly or through fighting their wars. According to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, it would take 20 billion dollars to end homelessness in the US. That’s half of one Ukraine War installment payment. In controlled scarcity capitalism, they don’t want to end homelessness. The homeless guy scrounging the trash for bottles reminds you that you can never quit your sh!t job- even if it means submitting to medical experimentation. Ziocapitalism is a scam. Not only could we have universal healthcare (medical bills are the leading cause of bankruptcy in the US- American Journal of Public Health), but that stolen loot could provide every American with a 100 grand check and a gold-plated Cadillac.

It’s not that the average American wouldn’t mind breaking a few bucks off their paycheck so Billy the Orphan could get his leukemia treatments, but once the wallet cracks a little, the government inserts its tire jack and cranks it all the way open. Then the bread gets funneled to the pig trough where Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea stick their snouts in it. Or it gets turned into rainbow flag bombs that get dropped on Middle East kids.

Big corporations and oligarch billionaires don’t pay taxes. Even if a few sometimes pay “for show taxes,” that money is looped back to them via the Central Bankers. If you can’t afford an army of tax lawyers and offshore corporation setups, you pay. If you get snared in an IRS audit, you could get fisted harder than a twink in a Gay pride parade S&M float.

Taxation is a ZioCorp scam. Advances in monetary technology make taxation obsolete. Public banking as advocated by economists like Ellen Brown along with new high-tech financial tools would allow Billy to get his cancer medicine and you to hold on to your bread. ZioCorp keeps the IRS around to smash small businesses and the middle class. Taxation is a police state tool that allows the parasites to strip you of your assets and throw you in prison. Step on a crack, and the IRS charges you with breaking your momma’s back.

If we don’t raise taxes, does that mean the Fed cartel should print even more Ponzi digital dollars to pay for social safety nets? Absolutely. The stated US debt is 30 trillion. According to Forbes, the actual debt is 200 trillion. It doesn’t matter if it hits 500 gazillion. It’s unpayable. When it pops, it pops.

From a theoretical perspective, if a society evolves technologically, robots and AI (or machine learning) replace human labor. If it comes down to Universal Basic Income or Davos depopulation- I choose UBI.

It’s going to take some real Jimmy Hoffa UBI teamsters to make it happen. In my unscientific estimate, 80 percent of ‘Murican men are either weak p*ssy momma whores, zipper brains, or in most cases, both. About 20 percent are solid cats with 1-5 percent of those being psycho-warriors. The 20 percent determine how it goes.

The political class are criminals. They understand your wanting cash. That’s not subversive, like asking for free speech or an end to the zio-wars. They might cough up a few bucks out of self-interest with the proper application of pressure.

The Hollywood celebrity “c*ntessa” with 50 million Instagram followers means nothing to me. It’s the working man (and woman) who ships food to my table and keeps the lights on. They deserve their cut. As does the orphan and widow. As for Hollywood- keep Sean Penn. While I liked him in “The Falcon and the Snowman,” Bill Gates pumped so much mRNA jizz up his ass, it shot out his nose like milk during a laughing fit. I think the high force pressure caused brain damage.

Capitalism creates billionaires. Billionaires destroy civil society. I can live with millionaires. Billionaires buy your government, e.g., Citizens United v FEC. I don’t care how many “checks and balances” get put in place, at some point they bribe the gatekeepers. I think the best solution is to impose a 5 million dollar per year personal wealth cap. If an ethical entrepreneur makes more than that, let him put it in trust for his kids (who have the same cap), reinvest in new ventures, or donate the surplus to Sister Mary’s orphanage. No Bill Gates fake philanthropic foundations please. If you can’t live the good life on an annual 5 million tax-free salary, you’re what “Scarface” called a “haza” (chazzer). What’s a haza? Like Tony Montana explained to his former boss Frank Lopez, “You remember what a haza is Frank? It’s a pig that don’t fly straight.” The rentier capitalism parasite FIRE economy is a haza system.

When it comes to billionaire-bought political systems, the US has no rival. I’m amazed people still vote. Dominion should install a seat with an electric cattle prod dildo in their rigged voting booths. That would provide Americans with a more authentic voting experience.

Keep jerking off to hope porn and Marjorie Taylor Greene pics. I prefer Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. To help cover the congressional pay raise, MTG and AOC could star together in a girl-on-girl pay-per-view special. Highrollers could book private sessions. Caligula put the senators’ wives to work in the imperial brothel. I think that sister f*cker was on to something.

Even if you remove the zio from capitalism, it contains fundamental flaws. Take the Apple iPhone. I don’t know how often Apple comes out with a new model, but for the sake of this exercise, pretend it’s once a year. Apple probably has all the “bells and whistles” that they’re going to install over the next ten years. However, if Apple sells you an indestructible iPhone with the next ten years of bells and whistles on it, the company loses money. They would have sold you one iPhone instead of ten. To maximize Apple’s profits and meet consumer demand, the CIA overthrows reformist governments to keep the lithium flowing and the planet turns into a toxic waste dump. The GDP endless growth/consumption model is crashing hard. The globalist oligarchs who created the problem have come up with the solution- and a final one at that.

People are tired of the “Capitalism is Jesus” Ayn Rand rap. So am I. Full disclosure- I liked “Atlas Shrugged” and “The Fountainhead.” As for Jesus, his program was a lot closer to pre-2016 Bernie Sanders’ than Milton Friedman’s.

However you view capitalism, or socialism, or Rosicrucianism, or purple flying unicorns named Mandy- it doesn’t really matter. We’ve entered end-stage capitalism/Great Reset/Tribulation, with no return bus to Mayberry. ZioCorp’s opted for the controlled collapse business model. Will it remain on top after the freakshow carnival tent folds in on itself? I don’t know. I’m stupid. That’s why I follow Tao.

 
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  1. Dream says:

  2. JimDandy says:

    I’m sure it’s a great article. But the headline tells the whole story.

    • Replies: @Shamu
    , @Bugg
  3. Feel better? Pass da popcorn will ya?

  4. Franz says:

    George Washington’s crushing of the farmers’ “Whisky Rebellion” laid the foundation for an IRS police state and oligarchic rule.

    Amen.

    The first FEMA camp was in Western Pennsylvania, 1792.

  5. There is no intrinsic fault with capitalism. It is probably the best system devised by humans. But what capitalism needs is good faith and good virtue which can only be found within some races(high trust people). I started a company in my land and was overwhelmed by the lack of character in other humans around me. No discipline, corrupt and greedy, lackadaisical and rooted in clan preference. The experience broke me, it shattered me.

    When I was a student in Canada, immersed within the structures of white people I took things like payment on time, no fraudery for granted. Even though the then current(2010) stock of white Canadians was a far cry from the generations before, it was still a well run system. Here in my third world s****ole my world turned upside down looking at how flawed the system was and how inherently greedy and short sighted my fellow countrymen were………which again brings me to the subject of capitalism. Capitalism when done well and with virtue becomes the bloodline of a well run nation. It is a necessity.

    Now before I go ahead firstly in my opinion the other alternatives cannot even be considered – a socialist/communist is a brain dead zombie and the fact that such ideas are even considered should tell you how fucked up we are as a species and how inherently weak many humans are.

    Capitalism, when combined with a race of higher humans is an excellent system. Free market effects not only the economy but also the culture and well being of a nation. Small business let’s a family or individual take pride in their work. One of the great virtues of the Japanese and Germans were(and still are to some extent)extreme pride in their work and product. Which is why they make such great products be it automobiles or electronics. But more importantly this system allows the community to thrive and prosper. It brings in faith and solidarity. Actual physical work, physical contact and talks bring about a feeling of well being. Today none of this remains. Everyone is secluded, everyone is wanting to get their mini dopamine hits, everyone is toiling for an unknown overlord. We are all secluded, lonely as if in the final throes of a civilization about to end.

    Most people don’t realise how bad things have become with this digital system we live in today. It effects the mind and soul. Sitting in front of a computer dulls the body. It effects us physically. Look around you and tell me what product today is an improvement over their 60s and 70s versions?

    Millennial and generation Z morons leave comments on YouTube like “can’t believe this car from 1977 had such power” or “cannot believe this film camera had such good resolution and it is from 1965”, not realising how inherently most products were better back then because the system was good and honesty was an admired trait which led to creativity and better productivity. In the same way in my film business no matter how good CGI gets, the look, tone and feel of a 35mm celluloid camera will not be equalled. Compare any film or any news segment from pre 2000 and you will see. Today it’s all plastic, glossy, 4k-8k, like a video game. Again, just go on YouTube and watch anything from pre 2000s and you’ll get my point.
    Silicon valley nerds- defective human beings by birth, autistic and self centered(everyone from zuckerfuck to Musk to jack Dorsey is a reject sociopath) are running the world and look at the state of the world past decade or so. The Jew has ensured the hard working Anglo Saxon outsources everything from jumbo jets to a needle to 3rd world nations. And look at the state of things. Don’t blame the capitalist system for the chaos.

    I still fantasize. I fantasize of starting a film production company in middle America, run by efficient middle Americans. Great westerns and science fiction work…..I’ve even looked at plots of land. And I know it will work. Because in the end honesty, perseverance and hard work will be rewarded. Trust is needed to thrive and trust is built on integrity.
    But then I come on unz and see the state of America and the west and…..well, things are better in my fantasy.

  6. @Dream

    I say this as an Indian….Indians are far worse than Jews. Jews have a few good qualities. Indians pretty much none. Indians are one step above blacks on the totem pole. The world will see this soon enough. You’ve imported the worst people on earth. You’ll see it yourself.

    • Agree: Justrambling
    • Disagree: Thim
  7. mijj says:

    Capitalism + ZOG = Cretinism

    • Agree: A. Clifton
  8. Miro23 says:

    Bill Clinton completed the edifice with NAFTA, repeal of Glass-Steagall banking rules, outsourcing of the manufacturing base, and steroidal Mr. Universe corporate deregulation.

    When finacialization (Jewish -Globalist paper shuffling) displaced manufacturing in the US it created an intractable problem. Someone has to make all the low margin “stuff” and take on the hassles that don’t at all interest the Masters of the Universe.

    Traders basically aren’t manufacturers.

    In contrast, Asians are OK with manufacturing. They built the factories, trained the disciplined labour/specialists, learnt the technology and built the supply networks – so now US consumers are dependent on China/Asia. If that trade (NWO) breaks down then US retail has empty shelves and wild price inflation.

    That seems to be the US elites’ difficult to fix problem. The Jewish Globalists were not able to extend their political control to China.

  9. Damn, reading this was almost a spiritual experience, especially listening to some chill Aussie guitar driven jangle rock. Rolling Blackouts CF. Check em out. I like to listen to them in the morning with my coffee for some reason. The end of times as we know them are here. The problem with many people is they haven’t moved on from America and Ziocorp. It’s dying. Long live Russia, China and the brave new world! Z

    • Agree: JR Foley
    • Replies: @SoUtH
  10. JR Foley says:

    You can not serve two masters. You can NOT serve both God and Mammon.

    • Replies: @Anpn
  11. phil says:

    The author claims that today’s woke fascism is primarily a matter of out-of-control Zio-capitalism and that even if the Zio aspect were jettisoned, the system would be fatally flawed. According to the Fraser Institute, Switzerland is more capitalistic than the US. Is Switzerland a hopeless basket case with bankstas ripping up the culture and funding antifa and gay rallies complete with child porn and rainbow flags?

    The Zio aspect is a central part of the corruption and cultural rot. Economic systems matter, but so do the types of people that populate the society.

  12. Words like “capitalism” “socialism” “communism” have become a totally meaningless buzzwords in public discourses, as everyone uses the terms in entirely different meanings. Some people use the term “capitalism” to express a vaguely “free”(whatever it is) economy, while others use it to symbolize jewish usury and financial scams. Some people use the term “socialism” as some kind of “fair and prosperous”(whatever it is) economy, while others use it as a vague dystopia in which a tyrant controls everything. Not to mention the so-called “communism with Chinese characteristics”(lol).

    “Capitalism” “socialism” “communism” are now as meaningless as “conservatism” “liberalism” or “right wing” “left wing”.

  13. Anon[367] • Disclaimer says:

    We don’t have anything remotely approaching free market capitalism. About 85% of GDP is state controlled:

    45% – Gov’t Spending
    10% – Utilities
    10% – Health care ex-Medicare
    7% – Banking
    5% – Insurance
    5% – Higher Education

    Note – back in 1912; 6% of GDP was consumed by gov’t.

    • Agree: JR Foley
    • Thanks: brostoevsky
    • Replies: @anyone with a brain
  14. Bert says:
    @RJ Macready

    Compare any film or any news segment from pre 2000 and you will see. Today it’s all plastic, glossy, 4k-8k, like a video game. Again, just go on YouTube and watch anything from pre 2000s and you’ll get my point.

    Plastic, glossy, and like a video game now characterize the psychologically most sacred space: the home. Aesthetics and warmth have been banished from the home and yard because owners are too busy to provide the time required by their maintenance. People who prioritize in this manner are already the robots that their overlords prefer them to be. They willingly live inside a real video game.

  15. I asked a PhD graduate of the Chicago School of Economics about the free market.

    He said, “There is no free market. It’s all crooked.”

    This is a graduate of Milton Friedman’s school. Learn from him.

    • Agree: brostoevsky
    • Replies: @Mike Tre
  16. anon[504] • Disclaimer says:

    I knew it, but have never seen it written in such a transparent and forthright manner.
    More please

    • Agree: Irish Savant
    • Replies: @RestiveUs
  17. @Anon

    The government is buying but it is the zio-capitalist who are receiving the money.

    That is zio-capitalism. working class people pay taxes to fund AIPAC dues from Zionist who own all the overpriced private government contractors. the reason why the United States government has its to secret seasons research and development done by private companies is so Jewish insiders and shabbos goy boomers can milk the system.

    • Agree: HdC
    • Replies: @anyone with a brain
    , @Anon
  18. @RJ Macready

    The thing you’re missing in your analysis is religion. Our loss of faith in a system built around family and moral values is one reason for the dishonesty. I’ll admit that Christianity in various forms can take on cult like characteristics, but there is a practical societal value in Christianity if not taken to the extreme. Also, why all the focus on Anglo-Saxons? What about the other white Americans. Scandinavians in my case or Germans, etc. We deserve our moment in the sun. Many of the world’s best stories and myths come from Scandinavia and there are loads of great Scandinavian Americans in the Midwest. Some of the best people on the earth. They’re incredibly polite, very helpful and quite funny. Busch latte America. Haha. Otherwise, I agree with you.

  19. @phil

    According to the Fraser Institute, Switzerland is more capitalistic than the US. Is Switzerland a hopeless basket case with bankstas ripping up the culture and funding antifa and gay rallies

    okay, now what does the Fraser Institute say about North Korea?

    The Zio aspect is a central part of the corruption and cultural rot. Economic systems matter, but so do the types of people that populate the society

    if that is true why are you defending capitalism instead of attacking Jewish supremacy?

    • Replies: @phil
  20. ZioCorp Daily Wire

    Louder with Crowder Goes to Tim Pool…With Robert Barnes!

    https://rumble.com/v26vjei-louder-with-crowder-goes-to-tim-pool.html

  21. Anpn says:
    @JR Foley

    It’s god that has to go.

    Ask Jung Freud.

    • Replies: @JR Foley
  22. Global finance has an impressive track record with national infiltration and takeover.

    That’s becasue every country wants a National Currency backed by nothing but violence. It’s the phony currency that replaces honest money that allows for those that issue the currency to buy up the world and the amoral humans that do their bidding. There’s nothing wrong wth capitalism that honest money won’t fix. As for the collective, it’s the collective of voters that keep the shitshow going. It’s the collective of all types that is just a mob of braind dead zealots that egg each other on into more and more stupidity.

    In individuals, insanity is rare; but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule.
    Friedrich Nietzsche

    ‘Organized labor’, aka unions, are nothing but extortion sanctioned under law. Everyone wants to focus on the extra wages and benefits union members get by extorting their employer. No one wants to mention that it’s a zero sum game where the non union person pays for those extra benefits in the price of whatever the union employee makes. Every dime the business has to provide labor has to come from the price of their product or service, so when wages and benefits go up, the prices must rise. It’s the non union single mom that has to pay the union rates for a plumber or electrician. For the small minority of union members that benefit from the extortion, the vast majority of non union members get to pay for the non free market extortion.

    The US labor rates were and are non competititve in the world markets and is why offshoring became a thing. US labor is high because all prices are high. The media tells you its those greedy corporation, when in fact, it’s the gov’t stealing so much of your currency for F35’s and other crap that is the actual cause. US labor could be competitive if the various layers of gov’t didn’t steal so much with their euphemisms of taxes, fees and fines to continuously suck the average person or business dry.

    Employers were forced to follow the ‘law’ when it came to the ‘vax’. It was the gov’t that produced that edict, not the employers, so put the blame where it belongs.

    The rest of the piece wasn’t worth reading with so much shallow thinking on display, so no further comment.

  23. @RJ Macready

    There is no intrinsic fault with socialism. It is probably the best system devised by humans. But what socialism needs is good faith and good virtue which can only be found within some races(high trust people).

    You see, what you say of capitalism is what marxists say of socialism. The failures are always due to bad apples. The thing is, when a system fails systematically, perhaps the glitches aren’t in individual routines, it hints strongly that there’s a flaw in the design. Because the fact is that in both capitalism and socialism, people of bad faith and poor virtue end up being richest and most powerful.

    Speaking of races, I spent three months on a contract in Oslo. Norway is a strange mixture of corporate capitalism and communism. It’s filthy rich thanks to gas and oil. And it is corrupt. NATO’s sec. gen. is the epitome of that corruption. Just as their neighbours are corrupt. Just as the UK, France, Germany are corrupt. Just as the USA is corrupt. Evidence that they are? One word: Covid.

    So your claim about races of ‘high trust people’ just doesn’t fly.

    PS: I used to be a great fan of capitalism, in opposition to socialism, but when facts contradict my opinion, I revise my opinion. Both systems stink.

    PS2: and no, I don’t think that libertarianism is better, it’s basically capitalism on steroids.

    • Replies: @Bro43rd
  24. Space aliens are pulling all the strings:

    • Replies: @Notsofast
  25. SoUtH says:

    So, what is the plan, Richard? What. Is. The. Fuckin. Plan?

    I see no options. Everything is bleak and utterly without hope. It’s onward to the abattoir for humanity, save those few that the billionaires choose to protect. I see no options but let’s look at a few.

    My very best idea is for Putin to order that one of his hypersonic thingies drops its business card during the keynote address at the WEF annual meeting in Davos. Yes, it is true that such would be naught but dilatory achievement. A few more would have to visit other strategic locations, like “The” city of London. And the targeting would need to be ongoing and vigilant. So, yes, of dilatory value only but surely a good start. Question: What is the probability of this happening? Zero. Hopium. QED.

    How about we have a few states secede from the malicious Union and for some honorable people to orchestrate a do-over? All the good people could move there. Unless there is a concerted effort (and the same kind of money and rigorous planning that has — literally for decades — gone into building the WEF into what it is today), that ain’t gonna work. It won’t even get off the ground. They will JFK you ab initio at first hint of organized insurection. Cf., MLKjr. Cf., the fairly pathetic US turnout when RFKjr tried this in DC as compared to the Canadian trucker Freedom Convey turnout. And even the latter project got squelched in the bud. Horses were caused by their riders to trample people — and with impunity. Bank accounts got frozen in absence of either good cause or due process. People got jailed or fined for offering food or water or for brandishing a placard of support. So, secession and insurection: a possible plan? No. More hopium. We are late to the gate. Plus, that option was already tried and failed. Cf., the civil war. Cf., the indigenous. Cf., MX. The game of control over ALL of the land and assets has already been won. QED.

    Already won? An infallible union? A Union that is immune to failure? Yes. Let’s look at what DeSantis has recently done in FL. Smells like more hopium to me. But I have an open mind. I want to hear about the devil’s playground: viz., the details. He just passed a law making vaccine passports illegal in FL. Hope or hopium? I see two problems that DeSantis does not address. The first is that all state law has to comport with federal law. Question: How do you think that the 11th circuit would rule in response to a challenge to Ron’s new law? QED. The second problem is the fact that the Fed’s cbdc’s are well into their process of being birthed. In southern CA UBI is already well into its test flight. And the remaining issue of superimposing a programmable social credit score and other malevolent disiderata on to this new digital currency is presently at an advanced stage. Soon the lights and internet will go down, all bank accounts will be transferred to the control of the Fed, and when the lights come on again, cdbc’s will be in place. Question: What is DeSantis’ “theory” for protecting Floridians from a vaccine passport that is superimposed on cbdc? Secession? Been there, done that, got the tee shirt. Implement a Florida currency that has value and meaning only within state lines? But the Fed has already seized the currency in your bank account(s) and has transmuted it into cbdc. How to convert it into Floridian “pesos.” Fed ain’t gonna allow it.

    While we are on the topic of currency, take a look at the suggestion of CAFitts. She says: Use cash everywhere, no credit cards. Sometimes, quite frankly, she sounds like she is controlled opposition. Question: What is to stop the gov’t from issuing a proclamation that people have, say, three months to turn in all currency denominations larger than a $20 bill before it turns into worthless monopoly money that is accepted in no location? I read they did this in England with 20 and 50- pound notes. CAF is saliently silent to the possibility that that once cbdc is about to be rolled out, a time limit will be placed on all people to turn in, to your bank, all coinage and paper currency held by you for cbdc credit to your account? And this mandate shall be on pain that post a certain date it SHALL be deemed worthless monopoly money not accepted anywhere. Will people hide their coins and paper dollars under their mattresses or will they turn it in? QED.

    As a final comment, I point to all the preppers who brag that they are “[doors] locked and [rifles] loaded.” They believe they can live off their land in self-sufficient “intentional communities.” How plausible is this kind of thinking? Do you really believe in this day and age of biowarfare that Biden (or his replacement) is going to send thugs to duke it out at your front door? Nah, you gonna get an unexpected visit from a crop duster spraying your land with agent orange or lethal viruses. Your precious organic land will become a knacker’s yard.
    Think you will be able to leave the country? Well, think again. They are in the process of closing airports and how would you even buy a ticket with a frozen or gov’t-controlled cbdc account?

    (Note that, as an asides, CAF also subscribes to this prepper view, going even further by saying one needs to support the local sheriff and make states “sovereign.” I address this above when looking at the DeSantis plan; so QED on this idea that state gov’t can override federal.)

    So, Richard, I return to my question: What is the plan? I want to hear your “theory.”

    • Replies: @Irish Savant
    , @eckbach
  26. TG says:

    Kudos! Well Said!

  27. Z-man says:
    @RJ Macready

    Have you seen my culling post. It includes 500 Million from the Sub-continent proportionately distributed between its constituent parts, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. After seeing your post maybe I should up it to 750.

  28. SoUtH says:
    @brostoevsky

    To Brostoevsky:

    You say, “The end of times as we know them are here.”

    I caution: The end of time for ones life itself is here. Not many of us will survive this heinous plot to depopulate.

  29. phil says:
    @anyone with a brain

    I am doing both: defending capitalism and attacking Jewish Supremacy. Jews and Swiss-Germans are not the same.

    The Fraser Institute research did not have sufficient data to evaluate North Korea. Using multivariate regression analysis I have estimated that, from 1980-2018, on a scale from 0 to 10, the degree of capitalism in North Korea was 1.5 – 2. Pre-COVID, the Fraser Institute put Switzerland at about 8.5.

    • Replies: @anyone with a brain
  30. Brosi says:

    Americans live in a bubble and they project their own quirks and flaws onto the rest of the world.

    The USSR considered Germany in 1941 to be a “Capitalist” country. The NSDAP had turned Weimar Germany into the industrial and IP powerhouse of the entire planet in less than a decade. Their credo was “Gemeinnutz geht vor Eigennutz” or “the welfare of the community has precedence over the welfare of the individual”.

    This was the idea behind the famous Enabling Act that allowed the NSDAP to get all of Germany working together instead of quibbling and fighting among themselves. Lutherans, Calvanists, Catholics, Bavarians, Schwabe, and Friesen were all working first for the good of Germany before they focused on their own prosperity.

    Of course the fact that they had thrown Jews out of the courts, education and government jobs played a major role in all of this. Convincing hundreds of thousands of Jews to sell their property in Germany and then emigrate to Palestine was a significant component of the social and economic transformation as well.

    Multiculturalism, especially when run by Jews, or even when Jews are present, is incompatible with capitalism. This does not mean that capitalism doesn’t work. It means that a strong, intelligent, moral, law abiding, monocultural and monoethnic society is a necessary precondition for a capitalist system that works for the people of a nation.

    America has always been multicultural. Various Indian tribes, Negroes from the various black races of Africa, French, Spanish, Puritans, Anglicans, Catholics, Conversos and Jews were all there struggling with each other from the countries inception. Freemasonry is basically Kabbalah for white people, and the majority of founding fathers were Freemasons. Therefore the majority of the founding fathers were in effect Jewish and from its conception the US was already highly Judaic. It is vastly more so now.

    The US government lost its sovereignty in 1913, and its Judaification was completed by 1919. It is important to note that Franklin Rosenfeld (Roosevelt) had already stacked the most critical posts in the US government with Jews starting in 1933. The US was already a part of ZOG in 1933, and it was dragged into WWII by Jews and Judea. The defeat of Germany and European capitalism in 1945 lead directly to the conquest of the entire planet by Judeo capitalism. This is where the planet is now, with ZOG representing not just the US, but the entire “West”.

    “International Corporation” is really just code for “Jewish Controlled Corporation run for the benefit of Jews. Jews are never really citizens of any country, they are always focused on Judea.

    • Agree: HdC, Slav
    • Replies: @Jim H
  31. “However, capitalism also destroys the “collective.” Unchecked, it devours everything in its path. It eats the poor, working class, middle class, and eventually the upper middle class. It also destroys the environment, leaving us with radioactive oceans and poisoned rivers. In end-stage capitalism, oligarchs fight each other for the last slice of cherry pie while the masses drown in a sea of economic and social chaos. Sound familiar?”

    So you are not talking about capitalism. Because capitalism does not advocate a system that is unchecked. There are three checks:

    1. honest dealings

    2. regularity measures intended to ensure fairness

    3. the consequence of violating 1 and 2

    it has been the shielding of the actors from the negative consequences of their bad conduct or the unwillingness to balance the act.

    Wall Street’s conduct regarding packaging mortgages of negative and positive ratings as a positive package for sale. The current bailouts prevented the consequence of the actors, but punished the those doing the bailing. That is counter to the very foundation of capitalism.

    Generally when critiquing capitalism the issues noted are not capitalism at all, but violations of the same. Capitalism does not gut the poor, bur rather provides opportunity. The type of competition to destroy competition is not capitalism. There is no search and destroy ethic in capitalism. And that which is espouses in the men who built america series — beating a competitor to see who could reign at the top is not capitalism. Nothing so true as distorting a good concept so as to abuse its meaning.

    What you are critiquing is a peculiar form of mercantilism, except in this case, the markets are controlling the mechanisms of government as opposed to the other way around. Correct, the wealthy influence the system to protect themselves. They establish mechanisms in which they make the laws. A perfect example, the business community tightening penalties for credit on consumers, while loosening the same on themselves.

    Citizen’s United to free speech.

    Establishing rules of who can but and and sell to limit competition so as to create a cartel i.e. the cattle organizations in the upper Midwest by cattle baron’s to control commerce and block access to the market of those they did not like.

    none of those examples would meet Dr. Smith’s standards of fair and honest dealings.

    I whole heartedly agree that the use of skin color to impress

    “the man” is very real as can be packaged in a cloak of fairness rhetoric all the while exacting and engaging in unjust conduct. Broken windows . . . . while others are ignored for financially burning out families, insurance corporate entities hiring a bundle of lawyers who seemingly act independently, but are in fact agents of the the industry.

    That is not capitalism.

    Environmental irresponsible conduct is not capitalist

    • Agree: Bro43rd
  32. immigration use to avoid paying the going rate for hiring US citizens.

    business and government collusion in this conduct is not capitalism.

  33. Shamu says:
    @JimDandy

    No, the headline does not tell the whole story, any more than the title War and Peace tells the whole story.

    The article is well worth knowing, perhaps most because it can help some of the remaining Capitalism worshipers see the writing on the wall about their favorite system, the one they think will save them, which instead is now primed to make them slaves on the open market.

    I think the key to grasping the full picture is to know that this thing we face today did not begin recently, not even in the 19th century. In a different form it is what animated the Semitic fertility cult world of Antiquity. It is, therefore, what Jews would return to en masse after they had chosen to reject the Christ, which was their purpose for being ‘called out.’

    It literally is the anti-Christ, Satanic system. And it always burbled around any form of paganism that had encountered Christianity and rejected it violently. So it was in nascent, but extremely violent, form in Germanic paganism well before the Germanic tribes destroyed the Western Roman Empire and thereby created the Dark Ages. It was attached to all Gnostic movements and would show its insatiable fangs any time any one of them would become large and wealthy- for example, the Cathars/Albigensians. It got a major new lease on life with various forms of The Reformation, easily the most important of which was the British Empire, which began turning to Jewish financiers in the late Cromwellian era and was inextricably bound up with Jewish bankers well before the dawn of the 18th century.

    The most obvious early fruit of that alliance in corporate terms was the British East India Company, which as a corporation had GNP larger than that of but maybe 3 empires that then existed and had a larger standing military than all but perhaps 2 empires.

    It should be known by all that the Stars and Stripes flag is just a starlight rip off the flag of the British East India Company. America was betrayed by Anglo-Zionizers right from its start. And their end game is some amalgamation of 1984, Brave New World, and Mordor.

    • Replies: @Anon
  34. neutral says:

    The term ZOG includes both the rubber stamping politicians and the corporations as part of a single ruling entity, so no need for the word ziocorp.

  35. Notsofast says:

    excellent article, to me the only possible way out is quite simple, nationalize the ironically named federal reserve. until this happens there is no hope for reform. audit them, then preform a forensic autopsy and jail the banksters and seize all their assets both foreign and domestic to repay the victims of their crimes. reparations baby, reparations.

    • Replies: @SoUtH
    , @SoUtH
  36. Bro43rd says:
    @Passing By

    8 Billion Sovereigns in a voluntary system.

    • Replies: @Anon
  37. @phil

    Great to hear that you are against Jewish supremacy, the world needs more people like you.

    Byt why defend capitalism at all, if it is the character of the dominating ethnicity of a state that matters?

    I am opposed to capitalism because it is essentially parasitism. There is zero need to have a capitalist class. A good book to read is Princes of the Yen it explains Japan’s high growth economy was due to elimination of the capitalist class (elimination by corporate and banking law). Capitalism creates a parasite class of special interest and strengthens their power. Capitalism always leads to crony-ism.

    term if you disagree with me please please read Princes of the Yen

    • Replies: @Shamu
    , @Anon
    , @phil
  38. It can take the selfishness and egotism found within human nature and channel those traits into productive outcomes

    I would dispute this and claim that cooperation is the real intrinsic and instinctive human nature, as shown in many primitive tribal societies closer to nature, while selfishness and egotism are artificially imposed by civilisation. Can you really see primitive man surviving against others and against the forces of nature if he didn’t cooperate with others? Only in Tarzan stories I guess. If it was one against all there would be no survivors today.

    • Replies: @Anon
  39. cowboy says:

    Damn straight b!tch. Give us our free sh!t or burn this motherf*cker to the ground. Lindsey Graham, Chuck Schumer, and their corporate donors are stealing whatever’s not welded to the floor. If you’re middle/working class, take anything and everything from the “government” that you can, and use it to stock up on ammo, freeze-dried food, and Johnny Walker Blue Label.

    Best Columnist on Unz!

    • Agree: brostoevsky
  40. @RJ Macready

    I feel for you man being stuck there in Bombay, Bangawhore, Lawhore, or wherever you are in the subcontinent.

    I agree with a lot of what you write but I think you have an idealised picture of capitalism and the West and believe some of their myths. Things must be changing there too and are you sure they are the same as when you used to live there or will be by whenever you get your projects going over there? Things are changing fast, especially with the influx of
    Third Worlders there. My own experience shows that the West is extremely corrupt but the corruption is mostly in high places and doesn’t generally affect ordinary people, unlike the Third World where everyone has to participate in it. But there is corruption in high and low places everywhere and even in the West.

    It is great to hear from an Indian who stands out from the vast majority of his countrymen.

  41. @RJ Macready

    Ah yes, that divinely ordained system of capitalismis indeed a wonder to behold until one realizes it’s just a reburnished form of the divine right of kings that purported justified their power to rule that was supplanted by the divine right of property whereby its owners get to rule and dictate to those wwho lack it.

    Now, since they are both divine rights, can you please identify the means by which these “divine rights” found their way from heaven to earth that would prompt any human being to genuflect before it?

  42. @RJ Macready

    Of course you are right, but so far Indians, no matter how despicable they may be, have caused much less harm and trouble to the world than Whites and Jews. Of course that might change in the future if they keep inundating the world and taking over high positions in international organisations, corporations and governments.

  43. Curle says:
    @RJ Macready

    “Millennial and generation Z morons leave comments on YouTube like “can’t believe this car from 1977 had such power” or “cannot believe this film camera had such good resolution and it is from 1965”, not realising how inherently most products were better back then . . .”

    Just wait till they get to the music.

  44. Anonymous[670] • Disclaimer says:
    @RJ Macready

    The “invisible” hand of capitalism has become the hand that is “goosing” the working class. The old time capitalists like Henry Ford or Andrew Carnegie understood that the working class had to have a stake in the system – a secure, good-paying job. Today’s capitalist (mostly Jewish) understand that the working class can be treated like serfs and they won’t rebel – the ever f–king Clintons demonstrated that. The ever f–king Clintons hated the working class – they resented some truck driver making 50K$/yr. , while the Clintons were teaching in grad school making much less. They figured – “why is that slob making better money than me when I am so much smarter than he is.When the Clintons moved-up to make a difference they put the screws to the well-paid high school graduate class.
    Strangely enough, most of the working class never figured out who put their bent penis up their buttocks – it was Bill – but he never told the victims what he pulled on them. Bill and Hillary are farting through silk, while Joe Sixpack will soon be unemployed and broke.
    Anyway, this is one 80 year old guy – still working as a serf in a big box store – who figured things out. I am a socialist and will stay one until capitalism goes back to guys like Ford and Carnegie – if it is going to be a Goldstein or Shapiro – I ain’t buying the patriotic baloney ever again.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  45. TomM says:

    No quibbles with this column’s theme at all. Ok, one comment. John Galt’s strike was definitely not an endorsement of unbridled capitalism as depicted in the article. Quite the opposite, actually. Ayn Rand was all about Individualism, and took “government money” and ZOG ( if you will) to task repeatedly throughout both books. You want a hero, look to Hank Reardon, not Bill Gates or the bald Amazon dude.

    As an aside, since I seldom read anyone making this point: it’s absolutely true that we could have drinkable water in the oceans, salinity plants up and down the coasts to solve water problems, clean air, and endless other things fixed for a fraction of Wall Streets net worth. So kudos to the author. I too, wonder why people vote for idiots who can’t respond to issues like these, if only a knowing nod.

  46. @RJ Macready

    Anything based on trickle down fiat is flawed from the get go.

    • Replies: @Anon
  47. Realist says:

    I recognize that capitalism contains positive aspects. It can take the selfishness and egotism found within human nature and channel those traits into productive outcomes. Ethical entrepreneurs produce amazing things. Some people express their creativity through small business ownership. Because it focuses on “the individual,” capitalism gave us the Bill of Rights. Millennia of buying and selling have ingrained market thinking into the human psyche. Even non-technological societies use beads and bird feathers to conduct transactions. I’m not suggesting eliminating money. Imagine buying a car on Craigslist if you needed to show up with a herd of sheep to take home a Camry.

    However, capitalism also destroys the “collective.” Unchecked, it devours everything in its path. It eats the poor, working class, middle class, and eventually the upper middle class. It also destroys the environment, leaving us with radioactive oceans and poisoned rivers. In end-stage capitalism, oligarchs fight each other for the last slice of cherry pie while the masses drown in a sea of economic and social chaos. Sound familiar?

    Excellent points. While capitalism has some benefits in small doses, it is a very dangerous drug it can lead to rapaciousness and megalomania. This can cause those afflicted to extremely threaten a civilized society. It is imperative to control capitalism significantly.

    Of all the nations, China seems most willing to experiment with different economic paradigms. They may eventually lead humanity to a post-scarcity Star Trek economy where people work for their purpose rather than a paycheck.

    China has the best chance of surviving its experimentation with Capitalism.

  48. I’ve been watching for a little over 20 years now. We had plenty of opportunity to change the course but it was not done. Back in the mid 2000s, they passed that 2007 Homegrown Terrorist Act bill and I knew we were going to get screwed unless we did something quickly.

    It never happened. There are still people who think the REAL perpetrators of 9/11 will be indicted – Obviously not. You can close that chapter now and just like Covid19 operation nobody will pay for these horrendous crimes against humanity. If you still think 19 hijackers with box cutters pulled off 9/11, I feel sorry for you, but I also hate you because YOU ARE one of the main reasons the monsters continually get away with their crimes; whether they are terrorist acts like 9/11 and Covid19 or Financial crimes like the pre-2008 collapse Banking crimes that were going on.

    • Agree: The Old Philosopher
  49. nos15 says:

    There’s nothing wrong with capitalism. The real problem here is that a lot of capitalist wealthy nations are essentially rootless. Americans are rootless, just what is an American? A white person? Are Italians and anglos equally American? The same rootless problem lies with Britain since Anglos are not from Britain, likewise you have a mongrelization there even before the modern immigration age. The same rootless nature can be found in France. With other capitalist countries that aren’t rootless like Japan or South Korea they don’t have the JQ problem but the American occupation problem. It seems to me that a lot of problems in America and much of Europe has to do with the fact that being mongrels leads to being conquered by Jews. Jews almost conquered Europe several times but never managed to do it because of the jealous aristocracy. They managed to conquer England and that was enough to take over the world.

  50. Gene Urtel says: • Website
    @RJ Macready

    “What capitalism needs is good faith and good virtue.”

    Furthermore, good faith and virtue only could come from a moral and Christian people.

    For example, years ago, before America had fallen from its golden age of Christianity (away from repentance and gospel faith), in the year 1947, the community of Bremen, Kansas, had not witnessed a single arrest nor one court action in thirty years. Why? The community was made up almost entirely of Lutherans who believed in the gospel promise of Jesus Christ. In fact, their Christian day schools made public schools unnecessary. Just think how safe that community must have been! Think also of how low their taxes and their insurance rates must have been! In the same year Frankenmuth, Michigan, had never had a crime of violence in the 102 years of its existence. During the previous twenty-five years its jail had been entirely empty. Throughout the Great Depression in the 1930’s not one person was on the public relief rolls. What would be the cause of this remarkable record? Frankenmuth was 95 per cent Lutheran.

    Thus transform the people first, then the economic, the political, and the civil will be dealt with in good faith and virtue.

    Indeed, any race could be transformed to behave morally when they would come under the influence of God’s mighty power in his gospel pledges to them.

    So how has this gospel-rejection played out today in this country and in Europe? The current mess into which we have descended is what life is like in any typical heathen, gospel-void society. Moreover, it is lacking the all-important favor of God.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
    , @anon
  51. Mike Tre says:
    @obwandiyag

    Was this before or after you robbed him at gunpoint?

  52. @RJ Macready

    One of the biggest lies that Jews have been able to foist on the world is: Business is Capitalism… No, business is business… and Capitalism is Jews. Marx seemed to have left that part out… and the greatest tragedy of that lie was communism. We are a close second, because we can’t imagine another system because we confuse the most important facet of civilization with capitalism.
    I agree with much of what you have to say…
    I can relate to to your criticism and frustration… But, if you really have the means and talent to start your own film production company… Then you need to focused that energy on criticizing this system and educating people about Jews.

    • Agree: Passing By
  53. Shamu says:
    @anyone with a brain

    Like Marxism and Libertarianism, Capitalism can work well for a brief few years only as it is used to restructure earlier abuses. After that it will move steadily toward producing ever fewer elites who amass ever greater monopolies and use them to create a new kind of slavery. The Gilder Age Robber Barons were a far worse bunch of slave masters than actual plantation slave owners ever could have been. And that was a much better time for average Americans than now.

    The devotees of each must deny Original Sin, must deny basic human nature, in order to keep promoting their favorite ideology as the one and only answer.

    • Replies: @anyone with a brain
  54. @Gene Urtel

    in the year 1947, the community of Bremen, Kansas, had not witnessed a single arrest nor one court action in thirty years. Why?

    “As of the 2020 census, the population of the community and nearby areas was 51.”

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bremen,_Kansas

    The number of people living there could have something to do with it. The more people and more crowding the more crime.

    • Replies: @Davy Crockit
  55. @RJ Macready

    I’d have thought this true about Pakistanis but not necessarily Indians….

    • Replies: @anon
  56. (((WEF))). What’s that got to do with the price of eggs?

    • Thanks: 1jonny
    • Replies: @SoUtH
    , @Ulf Thorsen
  57. @SoUtH

    In fairness I don’t think he’s offering a Plan. In fact there’s no contradiction between what both of you have written.

    • Agree: Notsofast
    • Replies: @SoUtH
  58. Notsofast says:
    @spacealiensays

    what a shameless, zionist, ass licking whore.

  59. SoUtH says:
    @Notsofast

    Hey notsofast, on your comment at [37]: Can you send me some seeds of whatever you’ve been smokin? Accountability is what got destroyed in the Federal Reserve Act way back in 1914. By keeping both houses of congress on the payroll, your idea has zero chance of ever happening. Nancy just raised the salary of representatives to ~$212K (or so). People go into politics to get rich and for no other reason. So, when can I get those seeds?

    • Replies: @Notsofast
  60. @phil

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but capitalism works best in small self contained towns and cities with low population. The larger the population, the more regulation will be needed as politics come into play.
    Imagine your country’s border towns being given preferential trade deals by your neighbor to get them to subvert their loyalty?
    Switzerland operates like a small town. They have frequent referendums, all done on line and are satisfied by the outcomes. They never cry “Fraud”.
    USA, UK, India, etc., should go back to paper ballots as this makes fraud difficult. This will never happen because the ruling elites have a backdoor to manipulate the results.

  61. Yarblocko says:
    @phil

    Switzerland is a sinister country. First of all, it is the home of Protestantism, which is a completely Jewish construct conceived to create perfect Shabbos goyim who worship money like Jews, but who have been trained to save it rather than use it magically, as Jews do. Calvin = Cauvin = Cowan = Cohen. Second of all, it is the home of the BIS and the pharma industry. The “culture” in Switzerland is based on hoarding money, following rules, sanctimony, and snitching on your neighbors: Protestantism. Life there is absurdly expensive. The “regular citizens” are allowed to maintain a certain degree of prosperity because the bankers and international criminals who use the place as a hideout need things to function there. If they were to leave, the true, abject face of Switzerland would emerge very quickly.

  62. anon[413] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dream

    “Indians are the new Jews.” Just in time for that part of the narrative where Pharaoh ritually sacrifices them to appease the Gods.

  63. Good white Christian people… Norhern Kansas is the the middle of nowhere… But I’d move there just for people… People that believe a crime is a crime against God… (and themselves) and lawsuits are unchristianlike…

  64. anon[413] • Disclaimer says:
    @Gene Urtel

    You have accurately listed the benefits of a homogenous society who believe the same code. However, the Lutheran church continues to die out in spite of those benefits. Why?

    Go to any church today and you will see the same thing: gender imbalances and rampant repressed homosexuality. For all its many benefits, which you accurately describe, the Lutheran church stopped working as a fertility cult long ago, because it is based in Germany, a country with very different conditions. America is a much larger country than any European nation and requires a different outlook, most of all with respect to the “fertility cult” aspect that all religions must address in order to survive.

    The Mormon religion (with polygamy! Or else it’s the same problem) could be the answer. The largest differences between fundamentalist LDS and the Lutheran church are around the “fertility cult” aspect of the faith, and these are precisely the areas that the Lutheran church doesn’t address well. As for the Jewish and Hindu questions, only in Salt Lake City are Jews called “gentiles”

  65. Dr. Rock says:

    Ha ha ha!

    Oh Man!

    Hear hear!

    That’s was the best read that I have had in a while!

    The world is on a crash course for the mother of all shit-storms, and while we can’t do anything to stop it, we can at least warm our hands by the flames, share a drink, and have a hearty laugh.

    Cheers!

    • Replies: @SoUtH
  66. Jim H says:

    ‘Advances in monetary technology make taxation obsolete. Public banking as advocated by economists like Ellen Brown along with new high-tech financial tools would allow Billy to get his cancer medicine and you to hold on to your bread.’ — Richard Solomon

    This sounds a lot like the trillion-dollar platinum coin and Modern Monetary Theory advocated by lefty goofball Ellen Brown:

    “The Green New Deal by Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez does not actually mention Modern Monetary Theory, but … the concept is good: abundance can be ours without worrying about taxes or debt, at least until we hit full productive capacity.” — Ellen Brown

    https://ellenbrown.com/2019/03/21/monetary-policy-takes-center-stage-mmt-qe-or-public-banks/

    That Richard Solomon endorses Ellen Brown’s proposal for limitless credit creation by public banks makes him just another articulate, entertaining enabler of ZioCorp, which rakes in most of the freshly-minted keystroke currency.

    Solomon could at least request to be paid for his efforts. But he’s just a little too ‘out there’ to suit the tastes of his gray-suited cohorts at the Federal Reserve, though privately they relish his loopy rants demanding ‘More, please, kind sirs!’

    • Agree: Stripes Duncan
  67. @RJ Macready

    I mentioned to a young millennial if he ever heard music on a HI-FI. He sneared at me and said: you mean Wi-Fi. I responded, no deckhand, Hi-Fi.
    A few days later, my friend, a hardcore Hi-Fi (by now an expert who refuses to listen to mp3s) introduced him to the sweet spot between two 15″ woofers towers and played on vinyl for him Elton John’s extend version of Mad Man Across the Water. Then it was followed by Led Zepplin’s Whole Lotta Love and the trio was completed with Pink Floyd’s Time. On the way back in the car, he put his iPods on and I thought, what a waste of my time, back so soon to iPods. A while later he took his iPods out and I asked him, what were you listening to? He said Pink Floyd’s Time. I perked up and exclaimed, really! He said, I don’t thing I will be able to listen to mp3s or my iPods anymore. I feel cheated.
    Yes, the younger generations have been robbed of goodness. Everything has abandoned it’s purpose and has shifted to money making. The sadest thing I see in young people today, is their disbelief that a good and happy America ever existed before the Powell Memo was ever written.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  68. The key to ending the zionist control over America is to end the zionist privately owned FED and IRS, which are the life blood of zionism, until this is done America will remain a zionist plantation with Americans as slaves, by the way this is communism 101, both are 2 0f the 10 planks of the communist manifesto, zionism = communism.

    Zionists are wreckers and destroyers of nations and Christianity and humanity, it is in their DNA.

  69. Agent76 says:

    FORBES WORLD’S BILLIONAIRES LIST The Richest in 2022

    War, pandemic and sluggish markets hit the world’s billionaires this year. There are 2,668 of them on Forbes’ 36th-annual ranking of the planet’s richest people—87 fewer than a year ago. They’re worth a collective $12.7 trillion—$400 billion less than in 2021. The most dramatic drops have occurred in Russia, where there are 34 fewer billionaires than last year following Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, and China, where a government crackdown on tech companies has led to 87 fewer Chinese billionaires on the list.

    https://www.forbes.com/billionaires/

    Billionaires got richer during Covid lockdown.

    • Replies: @Anon
  70. anarchyst says:
    @Anonymous

    I agree with you about Henry Ford, but not with Carnegie. Carnegie was a typical “robber baron”.

    In 1883, Carnegie used a drop in steel prices to argue with the Knights of Labour and the Amalgamated Iron and Steel Workers at his Edgar Thompson Works in Braddock, Pennsylvania, for a 20% cut in wages.

    The alternative was that the plant would be shut down and the men locked out. The workers capitulated. But three years later the plant was shut down by Carnegie 10 days before Christmas when he discovered one of his rivals had achieved a cut in wages of between 15% and 20%.

    Carnegie had his plant manager post a notice that the works would close for an indefinite period and that 1,600 men would be put out of work with the stated reason being plant renovation. But Carnegie had resolved that the real purpose was to drive out the unions, only non-union men would be rehired when they reopened the plant.

    By February of 1885, with the men facing starvation and freezing temperatures and no money to buy food or coal, they agreed to come back in under individual contracts, their wages decreased by up to 33%. The union was crushed forever at the plant.

    As to Henry Ford, he resisted unions as his employees were already making an above average wage.

  71. Jim H says:
    @Brosi

    ‘The US was already a part of ZOG in 1933, and it was dragged into WWII by Jews and Judea.’ — Brosi

    Now history is repeating, as the Jew-ridden “Biden” administration prepares to aid the Ukies with Abrams tanks, which Russia already has promised will ‘burn with the rest.’

    Presumably an all-out European war is a necessary component of the WEF’s ‘goyim holocaust’ to reduce global population to half a billion.

    With Tony Blinken and Victoria Nuland at the State Department, and court Jew Jeff Zeints serving as minder for the addled “Biden,” America’s WW III portfolio is in sound hands. /sarc

  72. Yikes for the spikes

    This is totally ROTFL. Blame the climate, now the eggs

  73. Slav says:
    @RJ Macready

    Capitalism had its place in history when it allowed rapid development of material basis. No system stays still though. You don’t understand that current degenerate monopolist capitalism is natural development of the system.

    • Replies: @nos15
    , @Anon
  74. Brosi says:

    https://rumble.com/v260j14-andrew-lawton-explains-the-badge-caste-system-of-the-2023-wef-meeting-in-da.html

    When Jews are in power, like they are in Davos, there exists a caste system. Cattle are the lowest class, but many Jews are little higher. Jews from the Shtetl were always considered to be lower quality garbage. This is why all the Jews in power across the west refused to allow the Jews from the Pale to “escape” the Nazis by emigrating into US, UK, Canada, etc. The reality is that the upper caste Jews wanted the Nazis to perform Eugenics on the Jewish rabble from the Shtetl, and they even worked with Hilter, for example the Havarra agreements, which rejected inferior Jews from emigration to Palestine.

  75. SoUtH says:
    @Irish Savant

    To Irish re your [62]:
    I know that Soloman is not offering a plan. I am trying to get him or the community to focus on creating a plan — to discuss solutions, to puzzle it out. I’m trying to get the discussion to be more pragmatic. I don’t see much time left in which to figure out some plausible options that can be taken to undermine the dystopian future being imposed on humanity. I just don’t see any. So can’t we talk about it? Maybe someone has a good idea.

    I’m looking for options, possible solutions, pathways that could be taken. Once the cbdc’s are in place, I fear it is game over for us “useless eaters.” So let’s puzzle it out. Let’s focus on possible solutions before it is too late. The window of time is closing. And it is a horrific future ahead unless we do something collectively. DeSantis has the right idea in trying to encode protection for his residents into law. But I just don’t see how it is going to work. If every, EVERY state governor started following his lead, then we might have a chance. If nothing is done, then our future is that of the slaughterhouse.

    We can talk, talk, talk about who they are and what they plan and why. And this is good because it educates. But doesn’t there come a point when the talk about the lay of the land stops and solution-making begins?

    Time is of the essence.

  76. SoUtH says:
    @Dr. Rock

    Come on Dr Rock at [70].

    Let’s puzzle it out. Let’s at least try to do so. You appear to be correct when you say:

    “The world is on a crash course for the mother of all shit-storms, and while we can’t do anything to stop it, we can at least warm our hands by the flames, share a drink, and have a hearty laugh.”

    But can’t we even explore options? Although neither you nor I (see mine at [27]) see any solutions, do we just give up without a fight, without even trying to be united in a resistance movement?

    • Replies: @Dr. Rock
  77. @One Nobody

    Yes a lot went out with vinyl. And not just the music.

  78. I think the best solution is to impose a 5 million dollar per year personal wealth cap.

    I have a better solution: set a ceiling, for wealth, or for income, or both, and anyone exceeding that would be put to death; before dying they could bequeath their wealth as they wish, but if the inheritors exceed the limits, they also die.

    We can put enough checks and balances, and make it work. Trust me, it will work.

  79. @Jim H

    If at all we must have unbacked paper and digital fiats, let those be produced without charging perpetual interest.

    • Replies: @Jim H
  80. @RJ Macready

    Even the greediest, nastiest, lowdown Indian sub-caste are rank amateurs in comparison to Jews. Compare Hollywood to Bollywood: “Artzy fartzy, schmaltzy drek… Those shvartze can’t even kush much less schtup!” Jews don’t have redeemable traits… Because they make sure even their best traits are noneredeemable.

    https://www.alamy.com/stock-image-arcade-video-game-token-isolated-on-white-background-162960321.html?imageid=46C3ECCC-D765-450D-87D6-F09D5F24AC93&p=245388&pn=1&searchId=760cf12c790a32e18c3c1ad22363f139&searchtype=0

  81. @Commentator Mike

    Good white Christian people… Norhern Kansas is the the middle of nowhere… But I’d move there just for people… People that believe a crime is a crime against God… (and themselves) and lawsuits are unchristianlike…

  82. @Shamu

    It can work well for decades.

    Centuries? who knows.

    what is known is that capitalism needs to be ended. I would much rather have a principled libertarian or ancapitalist in absolute control than a Democratic Socialist of America member in power.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @mulga mumblebrain
  83. Brosi says:

    If the “Ukrainian” “Nazis” really embraced NSDAP ideology, they would not be waging war against all the slavic minorities in “Ukraine”. If they really embraced NSDAP ideology, they would have worked to unite all these groups together as “Ukrainian”. Instead they have persecuted and isolated all the ethnic Hungarian, Slovak, Pole, Gypsy, Ruthinian and Russian and Romanian minorities.

    Nobody really knows what “Ukraine” is. All I see is a gigantic Talmudic mirage, with a woke pansexual Jewish actor extorting tribute from the entire planet.

  84. Jim H says:
    @Old Brown Fool

    ‘If at all we must have unbacked paper and digital fiats, let those be produced without charging perpetual interest.’ — Old Brown Fool

    Ellen Brown advocates a version of this: “Local or regional public banks … could help pay for the Green New Deal by making low-interest loans for building and upgrading infrastructure, deploying clean energy resources, transforming our food and transportation systems to be more sustainable and accessible, and other projects.”

    Note the intensely politicized, leftist agenda behind Brown’s proposal for public bank credit creation.

    One can visit leftist Argentina, where inflation is running at 100% annually, to see the human misery produced by liberally creating and distributing ‘free money.’

    Inflation’s corrosive effect on social stability and civil society is far worse than any alleged philanthropic benefit obtained by handing out ZioCorp’s ‘magic money.’

    • Replies: @Old Brown Fool
  85. The quality of collaboration with ZioCorp has fallen.

    • Thanks: Chuck Orloski
    • Replies: @Notsofast
  86. anon[488] • Disclaimer says:

    $o-called ‘writer’ = ((($olomon))) = ‘Don’t U H8 that (((Z.O.G.))) = it’s that pesky ‘capitalism’, GOY! What U really need is (((Communi$m))) 2 help set things right, especially joo commie-tards like ((($anders))) =))

  87. Dr. Rock says:
    @SoUtH

    That’s a fair question-

    The “problem” as I see it, is that minus violent, bloody, “French Revolution” style revolution, we are all just sleeping passengers on the Titanic, and even those of us that are aware, can’t find the bridge to make the Captain slow down, change course, or even read the telegraphs warning of iceberg sightings!

    Example- This Ukrainian mess. Putin seems to be the only person involved that is bright enough to know the stakes, the rules of the game, and the lay of the land. Everyone else at the “Heads of State” level, seem like utter buffoons, or worse, they don’t really run anything at all, and are just oversized pawns in the same game. All the sensible people in the world want to the war to end, starting with some form of negotiations, but nobody is listening to them (us).

    Nope, it’s just “damn the torpedoes and full speed ahead!” Basically, “the People” have lost all ability to effect policies within their own governments.

    Ergo, my position is that we are just going to be forced to suffer through the collapse, famine, world war, black plague… whatever comes, and hope that we can find a way to survive from the ashes.

    If I’m being honest, Putin should nuke DC, and wait to see if anybody, anywhere, actually has a a problem with it. 3/4 of the world would start erecting statues of Putin the next day, and I’d gladly send them some money to fund it. 1/2 of the US, would throw the biggest goddamned party of their lives, and the other 50% would just ask “Where in Washington is this DC place? Is it near Seattle?”, because let’s face it, most of the sheeple are illiterate lemmings, cattle, that don’t realize that they are next in line at the slaughterhouse… but they know what some Kardashian wore to the Oscars, or some such shit.

    I’ve already done the whole “full on survivalist-prepper” thing, so I figure that’s the most tangible effort I can make. That, and collect old books, so that after the Internet goes dark, I’ll still have some real knowledge that hasn’t been re-written by some green haired sociology major that likes to “fix” Wikipedia in her spare time between Drag Queen Shows For Toddlers, and Pro-Baby Killing Rallies.

    Lastly, a quote:

    “Be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill, every single person that you meet!”
    Gen. “Mad Dog” Mattis (before I found out he is a traitor too)

    Cheers! Keep your powder dry!

    • Agree: anarchyst, JR Foley
  88. I’m sick to death of the philosophy of guilt and envy that motivates all leftism. These are just the same old basic-bitch critiques of capitalism from the leftist utopian perspective.

    “OH well it’s not perfect and it has setbacks so we need to throw it out.”

    Free-market capitalism has, does and will elevate the largest number of people with less government intrusion than any other economic system. That’s the salient point. Socialists cannot possibly learn all of the information necessary to optimally run a complex economy. They never have, and they never will. As the saying goes: socialism is people lined up waiting for bread. Capitalism is bread lined up waiting for people.

    Universal suffrage destroys free-market capitalism everywhere it is implemented. People with no skin in the game should not be weighing in on its rules. The Usual Suspects used their shock troops, blacks and women, to destroy free-market capitalism in America. Then they cleaned up.

    For a game to have winners, it must also have losers. Inequality drives innovation. Why strive if your efforts aren’t rewarded? Leftists want to legislate away hard luck, consequences, and biology. If they can’t, they want to eliminate these things at gunpoint. But they never get around to having a better idea.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  89. ZioCorp intellectualism

    • Replies: @Just Some JB
  90. @Jim H

    MMT is just Keynes rebooted for the 21st century. Gotta stimulate that aggregate demand! If there’s unemployment, that means there’s not enough money in the system to put people to work!

    • Agree: Jim H
  91. anonymous[161] • Disclaimer says:

    “ZioCorp’s loyal servants come from all races, genders, and religions.”

    But the ownership of the ZioCorp remains with the few severely inbred families of the Jewish (Ashkenazi/Khazarian?) origin.

    P. S. But to save Tevye and Golda, along with Larry, Moe and Curly, who seem helpless against the City of London bunch, we need a few brave RAF pilots who would bomb that little enclave on Thames a la Dresden style, when all of them have gathered to celebrate the High Holidays. So, the cabal would be dead and normal Jews would be OK!

  92. The political class are criminals. They understand your wanting cash. That’s not subversive, like asking for free speech or an end to the zio-wars. They might cough up a few bucks out of self-interest with the proper application of pressure.

    I say:

    The Belgians sold their battle tanks for beer money.

    The Flemings and the Walloons disagree on many things, but they agree very strongly on the deliciousness of beer.

    The Flemings and the Walloons say that beer is proof that God loves us. I agree.

  93. nos15 says:
    @Slav

    All Slav countries are shitholes today except the ones that became more capitalistic and therefore not as much shitholes as their brother nations, ie Czechia and Slovenia.

  94. @RJ Macready

    Capitalism is cancer-you are a metastasis. You mistake productive work and co-operation with capitalism. You’ve been brainwashed.

  95. @Stripes Duncan

    See how naturally capitalism, with its innate misanthropy, morphs into fascism. Always. ‘Free Markets’ everywhere and always mean ever greater accumulations of wealth, and ever greater poverty and misery, but THAT is the true capitalist ideal. ‘Behind every fortune lies a crime’.

  96. Notsofast says:
    @SoUtH

    buy your own weed you stupid deadbeat, i wouldn’t even give you a stem. i’m tired of shiftless, no accounts begging me for my good green herb.

  97. Notsofast says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    that’s why mussolini preferred the term corporatism to fascism, even though he is credited with having coined the word.

  98. How wokemons made ‘racism’ totally cool.

    There was a time when ‘racism’ was associated with KKK terrorism and Nazi supremacism and the like. It was associated with extreme hostility toward other races. So, NO ONE wanted to be labeled or associated with ‘racism’.

    But ‘wokeness’ has made ‘racism’ the coolest thing.

    https://stuartschneiderman.blogspot.com/2023/01/is-math-racist.html

    Everything great and awesome is ‘racist’. Math, classical music, science, punctuality, work ethic, rationality, modern technology, logic, order, diligence, Western literature, modern medicine, etc.

    Now that all such things are ‘racist’, it’s about time to say RACE-ISM IS COOL!!

    ‘Racism’ is now associated with everything that led to progress and human advancement. Did some white doctor in the West invent some cure for some dreaded disease and saved millions of lives?
    He was a ‘racist’!

    It’s time to rehabilitate race-ism as the ultimate awesome and cool thing. No longer is the term narrowly limited to extreme hostile views on other races.

  99. T Pattberg says: • Website

    “I don’t know. I’m stupid. That’s why I follow Tao.”

    And Tao you shall follow, Mr Solomon. Brilliant essay, with many heart wrenching anecdotes. The iPhone business Model is telling. Story-time, baby. Grandma bought one if those Build-a-Bear fur teddies with its own mechanical heart and a couple of sweet costumes. Kid loved it. For many years. Forever, just this one teddy, probably. Now the teddy company closed its branches in our country. If you sell forever-things, you’ll go broke faster than socialism.

    But, but… my Volkswagen car lasted 30 years and the company is still around! Well, not from selling cars. Volkswagen is a state arm of the government, is into insurance, banking, financing, regulations, and real estate. Thats’s where big capitalism makes money.

    The end-game will be indeed a Rent-a-Teddy, daily renewal plan with intentionally build-in addictive collectables, and hidden fees for whatever you use (but will never own). Just had my repair man coming in for the air conditioner. He’s from the same firm that sells them. If it breaks, it creates business. This is true for all business. “The economy must break, stupid!”

    We need wars, homelessness, ill people, broken stuff, environmental destruction… so that we can do business fixing it. Therefore, I don’t think we can end capitalism. We are all supposed to suffer, and that suffering makes one-way-teddies, cheap rental cars and iPhone 14 Plus 24-months financing plans all come true.

    And isn’t the Unz Review also a product of Zio-ZOG capitalism? Ron Unz does not pay his writers, yet brags about his hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations. It is a work-plantation for slave-writers, much akin to a landlord using cheap slave labor to enrich himself.

    Mr Solomon better believes in the Tao. Because the Tao is one great big scam Nothingness…

    • Replies: @SoUtH
  100. John1955 says:

    “Nothing in Biology Makes Sense Except in the Light of Evolution”
    Theodosius Dobzhansky

    While our beloved Karl Marx starts his Magnum Opus – Das Kapital – with a simple barter formula (1 pickaxe = 1/2 sheep) and does his best to convey the impression that the Capitalism is a given, something which just happens out of the f…ng blue – German scientist Werner Sombart used historical approach and made Invisible Jewy Hand in this process extremely visible.

    “Der moderne Kapitalismus; historisch-systematische Darstellung des gesamteuropäischen Wirtschaftslebens von seinen Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart”

    https://archive.org/details/p2dermodernekapi02somb/page/1/mode/1up

    Even non-German speaker, after a brief look, could tell that in terms of scholarship much touted Karl Marx would not make a pimple on Werner Sombart learned a$$

    Wiki article used to mention the fact that English translation exists only as a single copy and is preserved at Princeton University Library. Now this mention is gone (but remains in previous page which I archived). I guess it is much easier to get access to the TOP SECRET Pentagon documents than to read “Der Moderne Kapitalismus” in English. 😁

    There is a Spanish translation. Maybe our Spanish Brothers will carry the torch ? Invisible Jewy Capitalist Hand was very active during the past 100 years. Now that Hand is absolutely rabid.

  101. DogZ says:

    Has death inoculation Ron apologized for being a lying loser yet?

  102. Notsofast says:
    @Priss Factor

    judging by the look on hunter and caroline’s face, she’s doing more than zilch to earn her money, keep your sisters close and your cousins even closer. you know what they say, the family that showers together, cowers together, i guess they don’t need ashley anymore.

    • LOL: Jim H
  103. @mulga mumblebrain

    But these fortunes aren’t maintained in perpetuity. More often than not, their descendants piss it away. Envy talking once again, with no perspective. Don’t worry what other people have. Envy is so ugly.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  104. Anon[406] • Disclaimer says:
    @Shamu

    Are you sure it is Capitalism?

  105. Anon[406] • Disclaimer says:
    @gidoutahere

    What does

    trickle down fiat

    got to do with Capitalism?

    • Replies: @gidoutahere
  106. Anon[132] • Disclaimer says:
    @anyone with a brain

    What does government handouts got to do with Capitalism?

  107. Anon[132] • Disclaimer says:
    @anyone with a brain

    Does jews control society/the economy?

    • Replies: @anyone with a brain
  108. Anon[101] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bro43rd

    8 Billion

    Socialism did that!

  109. Anon[101] • Disclaimer says:
    @Commentator Mike

    How does Capitalism prevent anyone from cooperating with others?

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  110. Anon[142] • Disclaimer says:
    @anyone with a brain

    a principled libertarian or ancapitalist in absolute control

    WTF is that?

  111. Anon[142] • Disclaimer says:
    @Agent76

    Did the governments that own the oil and gas get richer?

  112. Just like both the ‘left’ and ‘right’ in the US are about ‘muh Israel’, same is true of Israel. Whether ‘left’ or ‘right’, it’s about ZION UBER PALESTINE.

  113. Anon[410] • Disclaimer says:
    @Slav

    Waht is monopolist capitalism?

  114. anon[232] • Disclaimer says:
    @Irish Savant

    They occcupy powerful positions in Bangladesh , Nepal ,and Gulf countries . Bangladesh provdies third largest remittance to India . Indian diaspora own Mauritius, Fiji, Trinidad. Its a country who can wreck havoc .Its Hindu history is marked by imperialism attacking Sri Lanka, Maldives, Inidnesia and Cambodia and enslaving peopel of Cambodia ,Laos and part of Vietnam . The explants elite started to call themselves God to the indigenous people of Cambodia.

    • Thanks: Irish Savant
    • Replies: @nos15
  115. @SoUtH

    This grimly bleak outlook is certainly plausible. In-fact its eventuation is a highly likely fate for the muddled masses of domesticated Humans trapped in the insane illusion that they are actually living and breathing in some bizarre ideologically-based psycho-somatic construct like the stupid “economy,” mere hapless inmates of a virtual world-o’-hurt, rather than being natural-born members of Earth’s Whole Living Arrangement. No wonder there is such growing despair as expressed here by SoUtH and others.

    That disabling despair is only compounded, too, by the inevitably futile search within the suffocating confines of the mental/emotional (and every day actually more physical) “global” gulag for some means of escape….some “plan” that will prevent the easily imagined “worst-case-scenario” from coming-about….and very much sooner than later. The Natural Fact, though, is that from within the congeries of crazy conceits making-up that death cult delusion system, no such option exists. Yet the search for one grows more desperately frantic daily.

    Meantime, despite thousands of years of industrial-strength death cult efforts to destroy it, Earth’s Whole Living Arrangement remains the sole source of everything Humans and All Our Relations actually require to go on living and breathing together here everyday. The seductive offerings of cold “comforts” and crippling “conveniences” by which the domesticated peoples have been lured into and trapped by the the deadly counterfeit, have rendered them dangerously insensate to the plain basic biological facts of their existence. Most are still in often vehement denial about the real nature of the dire condition their Condition is in.

    Us surviving Free Wild Peoples of All Kinds here in Indian Country have no “plan” to offer our tame Sisters and Brothers for getting out of their imminently terminal “self”-inflicted predicament. We can say how we’ve stayed out of it, though. Mainly “the-hard-way,” as we’ve learned to stay uninfected by the highly-contagious, too readily-communicable, and organically-paralyzing “self” sickness, which makes those afflicted pitifully subject to the rule-of-fear that is the very essence of the death cult delusion. So in-short, to get free of the monstrous construct about to extinguish them, the domesticated peoples will need to get over the finally-fatal sickness that is their very own too-precious and terror-stricken “self.”

    After-all, nobody really IS their “self” anyhow. That should be obvious in the way the damned thing is spoken-of….as something the you that is You has….or is maybe being had-by? SoUtH might not find any encouraging word here. At-least it should be pretty clear our captive Human Relations do have a Way to get out of it. It won’t be easy. It never fails, though.

    Good Luck!

    • Replies: @SoUtH
  116. @Anon

    Supposedly it is based on competition which is the opposite of cooperation. But neither are clearcut and could benefit from each other, cooperation and competition.

    • Replies: @Anon
  117. @Dream

    FROM ZOG to HOG (Hindu Occupied Government).

    Hindus are far worse than Jews. From The Rise And Fall Of The Sikh Empire (free pdf):

    1. How India Uses Small-Scale Controlled Genocides For Ethnic Cleansing

    2. The Boa Constrictor In The Forest – 4000 years of Hinduism which explains rise of the Hindus

    3. Behind The Mask: Unmasking The Real Hindu Psyche

    4. The Night Of The Burning Nihang (Ritual Murder through the state )

    5. The American Diplomat’s Wife Alicia Meuller, Takes Revenge

    • Replies: @Jim H
  118. Thim says:

    Nah. It’s the Jews and their sabbath goyim the Freemasons. It is still ZOG. Now that capitalism merged with communism, we have the CapCom ZOG. New face but the same rulers. The rabbis are at the top.

  119. Anon[137] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dream

    Back in the distant days of 2008, Jeffrey Archer made a prescient remark. Speaking to an audience in Gurgaon, India, while on a book tour to promote his latest thriller, Archer was asked what change he could see happening in Britain. “It is going to be taken over by the Indians,” was the disgraced peer’s answer. “What you are doing is what the Jews did 30-40 years ago, when they came to England after the war.”

    He went on to tell the interviewer: “You are young enough, I suspect, to live to see an Indian prime minister in England.”

    Well, he was right about the prime minister, even if he phrased it all rather crudely. But was Archer right about the other thing too? Are Indians really the “new Jews”?

    I was reminded of Archer’s comments this week when I was asked to speak at the 25th-anniversary meeting of the British Indian Jewish Association. I had no idea such an association existed but was thrilled to get the call-up nonetheless

    https://www.thejc.com/lets-talk/all/the-jewish-century-is-over-the-indian-century-has-just-begun-6VZLkpKb6sEPihpHAx9fpl

    Meanwhile Bret Stephens remind us on NYTimes that Zelensky is a great leader of the Jewish people .

    • Replies: @Old Brown Fool
  120. Jim H says:
    @caeser's ghost

    ‘FROM ZOG to HOG (Hindu Occupied Government)’ — caeser’s ghost

    My name is Nimrata Nikki Randhawa Haley, and I promise you the very best of both these systems of human domination and subservience.

    • Replies: @Dream
  121. Anon[256] • Disclaimer says:
    @Commentator Mike

    How does Capitalism prevent anyone from cooperating with others?

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  122. profnasty says:

    There ain’t no Germans. The DNA was destroyed in 1950.

    Now–Russia. Dead.
    Soon . America. Dead.
    Doavidanya lackeys.
    Doavidanya.

  123. anon[474] • Disclaimer says:

    How could you assail capitalism and like Atlas Shrugged? Please explain this incongruity.

    Jews destroy the world, period. 75% of Jews are degenerate homo+negro worshipping libtards, the remaining 25% are Zionist filth who pretend to be conservative to drive conservatives to support all wars on Israel’s behalf – like Ben Shapiro, Dennis Prager and the Home Depot owning Jew Bernie Markus who pretentiously set aside parking stalls for Veterans while sending them all to the frontline to die for the Jews.

  124. nos15 says:
    @anon

    Hindus are two faced people. They are more rotten than their Muslim Indian counterparts or pakis precisely because they hail from a rotten pagan brutalistic caste system that their Muslim Indic blood brothers rejected in favour for Islam. Hindus are cowardly in nature, the elite castes are your equivalent of beatniks and snobby aristocrats that love to torture anybody below them. The rest of the Hindus are just quibbling savages that will seek to backstab each other for a dollar. Their is no racial harmony because they’re mongrels and there’s no real religious unity because of way Hinduism was created, and it was created by white nomadic central asians to enslave the beaten dravidoids. Their women were raped constantly which explains why a good chunk of Indians have their paternal genes. These people shouldn’t be let into any country. Their more Dravidian brothers the Gypsies migrated to Europe, their genes are less aryan-raped but only the Gypsies that reside in the lower Balkan’s as they are segregated. Toward inward Europe they heavily mixed, a lot of European Gypsies have mostly European paternal DNA like their Hindu relatives.

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  125. @Jim H

    Critics of the fiat easily understand that letting a government to print money at its whim will end up in disaster; but they do not comprehend that letting banks to create money without any control, through unlimited lending, will also lead to the same death. Since the past two years, the reserve ratio for the American banks is set at zero. This means they can lend any amount without having commensurate reserves. The American banks, led by their godfather the Federal Reserve, are creating money in infinite quantities without the equivalent increases in economic production. This naturally corrodes the value of money. Anything that could be produced in infinite quantities without any effort is ultimately worthless. In short, they are also doing what the critics of the fiat money accuse the governments of.

  126. @Anon

    You’r kidding, right?

    • Replies: @Gvaltar
  127. @Anon

    Luckily for the West, there is no single “Indian”, it is an agglomerate of thousands upon thousands of individual tribes. Some of them are bad, some of them good, but most of them are nepotistic. And nepotism is the greatest scam ever. When the WASP ran America, a successful businessman would happily sell his company to a competent manager he groomed, while his children will pursue whatever they fancied, and inherited only their father’s money. Dynasties were in politics, but rarely in any other profession; the example of Ford car company run by successive generations of the founder’s family was much discussed because Americans thought that allowing a son to inherit the company was a bad idea, and companies should be run by professionals. But Indians are completely opposite; any Indian who is extremely successful in his gig, whatever be it, will force his children to follow him into that line. Almost all the successful doctors force at least one of their children to become doctors, whether they like it or not. I have not heard of American basketball players forming dynasties, but in India, successful cricket players try to induct their mediocre sons into the cricket team. This will ruin their leadership in a very short time. Add to this their caste affiliations, the picture is complete. No Indian literature discusses politics the way Greeks discussed it 2300 years ago, or even the way medieval Europeans discussed; there are no treatises on economics – the one example they will show you is a user manual for crony capitalism. They are not good in history, economics or sociology, the three subjects absolutely to be mastered by any group that wants to run the world.

  128. JR Foley says:
    @Anpn

    Too early to tell—I will report back after my demise—-

  129. RestiveUs says:
    @anon

    I got a few paragraphs into it before realizing this entire article is a whole lotta “nothing we haven’t heard before”, dressed up with buzz words, catch phrases, and profanity. It reads like somebody’s open-mic night comedy script. The comments section is the only redeeming part.

    • Agree: Stripes Duncan
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  130. Alrenous says: • Website
    @RJ Macready

    Truly next-level trolling. 11/10. I must heartily congratulate you, sir.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  131. Alrenous says: • Website

    Fascism (aka modernity) spends a lot of time blaming its failures on Capitalism. In reality no country in the world is particularly Capitalist. There is merely a distinction between totally insecure regions and somewhat-less insecure regions.

    Capitalism was not invented. It’s merely the Communist/Fascist name for what happens if folk are allowed to trade and agreements stay agreed.

    Plato’s Democratic Man is wildly suspicious of anyone who can keep their word. What a Plutocrat! Being bound by a contract isn’t Freedom!
    Likewise, if you have strong ownership, you might be brave enough to refuse to pay for their catastrophically imprudent decisions. Can’t have that, now can we?

  132. Alrenous says: • Website
    @RestiveUs

    The next step is to learn to do this one paragraph in. Saves a lot of time.

    • Replies: @RestiveUs
  133. @Anon

    Obviously it does through competition. Individuals, companies, institutions and governments can refuse to cooperate with others so as to promote themselves.

  134. Dream says:
    @Jim H

    Nikki Haley comes from a Sikh background.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
  135. SoUtH says:
    @T Pattberg

    You made some good points here, T. Sadly (for me) they just add to my despair.

  136. @Anon

    A question mark at the end of a sentence can either express that there is a question or that the person uttering the statement is confused e. g.
    “huh?”
    The anon posts in this thread are of the latter sort. if you cannot express a different viewpoint and only express confusion there can be no reply formed to solve your confusion.

  137. anonymous[125] • Disclaimer says:
    @Alrenous

    RJ Fucready is a Paki troll pretending to be a Hindu … the shitbrain ain’t worth wasting time on!

    • Replies: @Alrenous
  138. SoUtH says:
    @loner feral cat

    This 12+min vid is from Redacted.inc — a husband/wife team who are focusing their newscasts and vids on Truth. They each have a twitter account: @claytonmorris; @nataliemorris; I read somewhere some time ago that clayton was, at one time, a reporter for fox news. His email is: [email protected]

    This video is as important as it is disturbing. I thank you, Loner, for posting it. I will look for future postings by your handle. Since many do not watch the posted vids, I will offer a brief summary. Unfortunately, I am doing so on the day following its posting. As such, it won’t receive the exposure it deserves. If you read this, my suggestion would be to repost the vid at a new article, along with my commentary, when the opportunity seems appropriate.

    The story is about the shortage and sky rocketing price of eggs (and dairy) and farmers are actually interviewed here for their commentary.

    1. One farmer describes the fact that it is not the producers of eggs (and other foods) that is causing the rise in prices. It is the seller (i.e., your grocery store manager or owner) and for goal of record profits retained exclusively for them. The farmer describes the fact that despite their own increased costs (for feed, for electricity, for cost of new birds from $1-$2 per bird to $35-$40 per bird), the price that they receive per dozen is not set by them. They have to accept whatever amount that the grocer or distributor offers and this amount has, in fact, remained the same. So, do the math: they are being forced out of business.

    The reason why Loner cites the word “(((wef)))” is because of their announced goal of depopulation. Remember the four horsemen of the apocalypse (war, pestilence, disease, famine)? Enuf said.

    2. Another farmer in the vid decides to do an experiment in face of a radical decline in eggs produced by her same hens with same feed. She says that 16 hens typically produce one dozen eggs per day but now they are laying one egg per week. She decides to conduct a test to determine if the anomaly has anything to do with the feed. She reasons: something has either been added to the feed or withheld from it to cause this dramatic change in egg fertility.

    So she goes to a farm supplier store and buys individual items for goal to create her own feed recipe. She buys all good stuff: wheat, corn, lentils, and seeds like flax, sunflower, safflower, etc. In exactly 6 days on the new feed, her hens went from producing 1 egg per week to 10. Enuf said. Do the math.

    3. As many know, the wef advertises its intentions and specific plans in advance of implementing those actions. Apparently it is part of that cult culture. A few weeks ago, I started seeing “notices” (for lack of a better word) about their plan to inject farm animals (beef, poultry, pork, maybe also farm raised fish, etc) with mRNA fluids. It is now common knowledge (a) that these jabs affect fertility; and (b) that the number of people willing to be jabbed has decreased exponentially. How, then, to meet their rate goals for depopulation? Introduce it into humans by proxy with animals that have been jabbed? After all, farm animals are like a baby that can’t decline the mandate. You are what you eat. Do the math.

    4. One other point that was made in this vid concerned the issue of farmers being able to stay in business in face of rocketing inflation on production costs and the failure of grocers / distributors to compensate farmers accordingly. Mention is made of the fact that in absence of government subsidy, farmers can’t stay in business.
    One does not need the brain of a rocket scientist to properly infer that if you need that financial help for your own livelihood, then you are required to meet the mandates placed on that subsidy. The entity that pays controls. And if the gov’t mandates that one use only a certain brand of feed in order to qualify for the subsidy, then what is a farmer to do? The subsidy “coupons” for feed may only work for a certain brand of product.

    5. Above, I mentioned the four horsemen of the apocalypse. It seems that with the advance of research and technology a new horseman emerged: bioweaponry.

    • Thanks: 1jonny
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  139. @SoUtH

    I agree but I don’t see any meaningful opposition arising as long as bread & circuses are available to the White masses. Whether such an eventuality comes to pass before we reach the point of no return is unclear as of now.

  140. @Priss Factor

    Unbelievable isn’t it? It’s tough to see how any of the papers he has authored or co-authored have any relevance to, well, anything, other than advancing the evils of DIE.

    It wouldn’t matter much if he simply hid away in some office and wrote his drivel for some obscure journal. But, from Vanderbilt’s website, it appears he teaches his toxic ideology to students in the Faculty of Education:

    MTED 2200: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers (Undergraduate)
    MTED 3250: Teaching Mathematics in Elementary Schools (Undergraduate)
    MTED 3251: Practicum in Elementary Mathematics (Undergraduate)
    MTED 6250: Advanced Teaching of Mathematics in the Elementary School (Graduate)

    https://peabody.vanderbilt.edu/bio/luis-leyva

    • Replies: @RestiveUs
  141. @SoUtH

    Casting and cultivating seeds of truth, the most important work of our time.

    Will repost your excellent summary along with the appropriate Redacted News (https://youtube.com/@RedactedNews) video, at sometime in the future.

    Thanks for lending a much needed hand, SoUtH.

    • Replies: @SoUtH
  142. “Obviously it does through competition. Individuals, companies, institutions and governments can refuse to cooperate with others so as to promote themselves.”

    The optimum word

    “can”

    But that can is the case with or without capitalism, so clearly, capitalism does not by definition hinder cooperation.

  143. @Dream

    Same thing.

    As governor of South Carolina, she took down the Confederate flag. She also promotes mass immigration.

  144. @nos15

    Except in the UK, Pakis are viewed as scum. Same throughout Europe, actually. Muslims are the most hated group in Western Europe, even more than Blacks.

    A lot of them are products of rape (by Arab conquerors) as well, with lots absorbing Black ancestry from slaves. They display the worst aspects of the third world (barbaric behavior, sexual perversion, obsession with raping “kafir” women, massive, incest, dishonesty, welfare parasitism).

  145. SoUtH says:
    @loner feral cat

    Loner, I am so grateful both for your posting of the vid (something that i am unable to do) and for your thoughtful reply. I am so happy that you came back to check. In this site, most people never return to their pistinfs subsequent to the day that the article is posted.

    Good work, Loner. Keep it up. The only 2 tools we have is to speak and spread truth, and to be united.

  146. SoUtH says:
    @Constant Walker

    To ConstantWalker, I did not see your thoughtful reply until yesterday — which was the day after article posting date. I was not able to post yesterday, so now this is 2 days late. And that fact makes it unlikely for you to return here to see any replies to yours.

    I would very much like to post a reply to you. So, if you happen back this way, just drop me a note to let me know and I will offer comments.

    Thank you for a very thoughtful reply to mine. I will check back frequently in the next several days to see if you have returned. If so, I will issue reply.

  147. RestiveUs says:
    @Just Some JB

    So his focus is on mathematics education and not so much on mathematics itself. That says it all.

  148. RestiveUs says:
    @Alrenous

    Better yet, I’ll stop when I read the author’s name beneath the title.

  149. @Stripes Duncan

    Only a fool, or worse, ‘envies’ the thief, the pillager, the blood-sucker. You have a spiritual problem.

  150. @anyone with a brain

    Capitalism worked for a few, for a century or two, but in its manic drive for ever greater profit, it has destroyed the biospheres that support human and other Life on Earth. Pretty, pretty, pretty good.

  151. “Capitalism worked for a few, for a century or two, but in its manic drive for ever greater profit, it has destroyed the biospheres that support human and other Life on Earth. Pretty, pretty, pretty good.”

    That is not capitalism, that is human greed and carelessness, which manifests in any human enterprise if left unchecked.

  152. eckbach says:
    @SoUtH

    There are more $100 FRNs outside the US than in.
    Calling them all back to worthless would be like an Everest-sized asteroid splitting the North Atlantic.

  153. phil says:
    @anyone with a brain

    You ask, why defend capitalism at all if is the dominating ethnicity of the state that matters? The answer is that, other things equal, the degree of capitalism — as defined by the Fraser Institute — has a positive impact on the growth of living standards (as shown by multivariate regression analysis). The Fraser Institute measure involves limited government spending and taxation, respect for private property rights and the Rule of Law, a sound monetary system, free trade, and regulatory restraint. In this respect, North Korea is obviously inferior to South Korea, and East Germany was inferior to West Germany.

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