Global Neoliberalism and the Rigged Government / Capitalist Enterprise

Richard Stanley

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The first video is a short talk by author and economist Naomi Klein about the way Global Neoliberalism has negatively impacted developing countries. "Yes, we're here from the First World governments and we're going to help you".


The second video is a short presentation showing economist Mark Blyth and Noam Chomsky obliterating Joe Rogan's and Jordan Peterson's romantically naive views of the binary positive benefits of Capitalism. The former discuss just who is ultimately responsible for the various technologies inside Apple products and many or most of whatever beneficial pharmaceuticals we have.


Would I be wrong in calling these global and domestic formulations fascism writ large?

Not that there weren't prior signs of problems to the 1886 decision (actually the damage given in it's 'headnote' summary) of Santa Clara v. Southern Pacific Railroad whose subsequent reference to by the Supremes has turned corporations into figurative superhumans, but ever since the federal government has been in the complete swampy sway of large unaccountable corporations, some foreign. Such is the incestuous relationship of our government and big business that literally defines fascism in economic terms.

And, this is just one reason that Yang's Freedom Dividend is so attractive, making every adult citizen a virtual stockholder in the government corporation. If the taxpayer is going to pay for basic research, then the citizen stockholders must get their direct return on investment that currently goes to the few, who actually took the lesser risks.
 
Dear Richard,

Naomi Klein's claims there are correct but also obsolete, since after 2008 she could not adapt to the reality of economic decline. The day Trump was elected I was depressed because I thought WW3-hypin' Hillary was going to be elected. I turned on TV early and found her ahead. I was depressed all day until I suddenly heard on the radio that Trump had won. It was not going to be WW3 after all - I rejoiced.

Naomi Klein, I later found, was also in Australia at this time - but she was going to party with her Green friends, rejoicing in Hillary's victory. Their smiles slumped and the party fizzled out as Trump's Flyover-State victory emerged. She lives in a wacko-liberal world of her own. She knows neo-liberalism doesn't work but she has no answer about how to deal with generalized economic collapse post-2008 - a mixed economy has to have someone at the top, a really effective caste of rulers, a just Fuehrerprinzip with police to make the tax collection work through correct policies. She doesn't even admit this but continues to embrace democratic 'lovey-dovey' options.

As for Noam Chomsky and his chumps. He only peddles the idea of State Capitalism as capitalism, that the US (and other) governments are the primary offenders - and not the actual, relatively obscure financiers and business leaders. Chomsky's blame-the-government-primarily is nonsense; rather, business owns the government as we see from the US Federal Reserve. Chomsky's BS exculpates the wealthy Judaeo-Christians who run the banks and in turn the government, since these wealthy cannot even be identified. Instead we just get a few front men like Bill Gates who are happy to fulfil these populist roles, just like the politicians, as well as Chomsky carping on about obvious long-standing swindles like pharmaceutical patents. But no one can act against such companies since any effective opposition to such companies and government requires organization, authoritarian organization which Chomsky will always decry as undemocratic, elitist, populist, Leninist, bureaucratic, fascist etc., in effect ensuring that NOTHING will ever be done, thus reaffirming the status quo. No wonder Joe calls him a "lifetime actor"!

When I have to listen to the empty gestures of Noam Chomsky I like to hear approaching jackboots in step - ones that will crush this piece of Schweindreck into oblivion.

Yours faithfully
Claude
 
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Richard Stanley

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The thread is about the general concept of Neoliberalism, which I hope to comment on more. It is not, and as is my general policy otherwise, not an endorsement of the messenger(s), certainly not you.

Sadly, most 'citizens' on either the American Right or Left are aware unaware of the nuances between the respective 'neo' variants of their political leanings, or that the national strata of their party leaderships are essentially a crypto-monoparty. Hence, there was no reason for you to get excited one way or the other, nor ever was there.

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At one point you had explained to us that you were going to deatil for us a kinder and gentler Fascism, but instead you are revealing ever more fangs.
 
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Richard Stanley

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Edits made 10/20/19

I hope to post the rest of these videos. I've only watched this one, Part 3 (because it had Mont Pelerin in the title) below so far. It moves pretty fast so it takes some effort to digest. Watching Part 1 first is best as it establsihes the contextual background -- and that fascist Claude Badley is in unwitting league with the Koch brothers, who he just bashed on the Globalist Warming thread.

It mentions Neoliberalism as a reaction to Keynes (Keynesianism aka Embedded Liberalism, aka Social Democracy), whose ideas were in response to the problems of Liberalism's Laizzez-Faire Capitalism, for instance the Robber Barons and their monopolies, and the Wall Street Collapse that also enabled the rise of Hitler's fascism. It discusses Friedrich Hayek, his mentor von Mises, but I was not aware of Hayek's association with the London School of Economics, as was Keynes. And that the LSE was originally founded by Fabians. Seemingly strange bedfellows. Not mentioned in the video, the Mont Pelerin Society also had associations with the remnants of Euro-royalty like the Hapsburgs and Bourbons. So here I am yet confused with the presentation of Hayek and the Austrian School as forms of Neoliberalism. But Part 1 clears that up.

With the rise of the late 1970's libertarian movement and the Libertarian Party in the USA, Reagan expediently(?) announced that he was a (l)ibertarian Republican and ever since a range of Neoliberal policies have been constantly implemented till today, gutting the middle class, which was ironically built during and after WWII. My understanding was that the Austrian School libertarianism was supposed to be a return to (classical) Liberal laizzez-faire economics, and in this sense, Reagan had opened the floodgates to such as offshoring of jobs to such as China. Then came the Tea Party in reaction to that, and Trump has bastardized that. Part 1 discusses how Jimmy Carter, a member of the Trilateral Commission actually got the Neoliberal ball rolling.

So, is libertarianism just a bait and switch front for Neoliberalism and its socialism for the rich, which is what I have taken to arguing more recently? It seems so to me, and as such Hayek's Road to Serfdom might more honestly be titled Two Roads to Serfdom, the Right and the Left.

Mentioned early on is that the reactionaries, then as now, characterize anything less than pure or corporate capitalism as Bolshevism, binary thinking and framing. Such is why so many 'royal's monarchists and cryptomonarchists supported the fascists, even though they weren't really allowed in because of the false advertising image of such as National Socialism. As I've discussed elsewhere, the socialism in National Socialism was of a wholly different character than Socialism as typically understood. And this is why so many American and Western corporations financed the Nazis before and during the war.

Part 3 of This is Neoliberalism, it covers Hayek and briefly the role of the Mont Pelerin Society (the royal seedcorn that gave rise to libertarianism, better covered in Part 1 yet still minus the monarchist vector):


A graphic from the above:
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Richard Stanley

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(Please see my edits in the prior post about Part 3 of this series on Neoliberalism.)

The following is Part 1 which should logically be watched first. I watched Part 3 first because YouTube recommended it to me first and it had Mont Pelerin in the title.

As such, Part 1 is essential to understanding what is going on from its inception and how we got here. It also provides much more context of the Mont Pelerin Society, yet leaves out the monarchist association which is critical. It includes mentioning the Koch brothers association with the libertarians and their Cato Institute, and their funding of the Tea Party movement.

All fascist fronts for the hidden agenda, which Claude Badley is a dupe of, or at least he appears to be a dupe of. His heart is in the right place, as were all 'good' Nazis (infested with bad ideas, because they don't understand dialectics and advanced human shepherding). What we need is a return to Embedded Liberalism, on steroids (as Yang proposes), and replace the private Federal Reserve Bank with a government owned central bank. California just enabled the creation of local government banks, similar to North Dakota's state bank, BTW.

 
Yes, Richard, I could not resist watching all three videos one after the other but not in the originally-intended order - they are really compelling. Having been at school studying economics in 1972-3, I well remember the stagflation - and the fact it wasn't in the textbooks. This marks the beginning of the neoliberal agenda, i.e. the abandonment of "embedded liberalism" (a new term for me). The neoliberal agenda has of course presided over the global stagnation and destruction - but allows Judaeo-Christians to rise to the top when everyone else goes to the dogs. Reminds me of those not-too-famous words from the Gospel of Thomas, saying 102:

"Woe unto the Pharisees, they are like a dog in an ox-manger, neither will he eat nor will he let the animals eat."

I.e. unless the underlying social and religious issues, which the Left studiously ignores and suppresses even when the environment and human dignity is falling apart around them, are dragged out in the open, everyone in the world will be a goner indeed.

Yours faithfully
Claude
 

Richard Stanley

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Yes, Embedded Liberalism was new to me, and as discussed in Part 2 it was new to the Embedded Liberalists. In Part 2, below, I really like the explanation of how Classical Laissez-Faire Liberalism and Neoliberalism effectively make markets the master of society, while Embedded Liberalism started by Keynes returned markets to their more traditional role in societies, a broad swath of societies besides the West.

But, you do admit that Keynes et al. were regarded as crypto Bolshevists, right?

Part 2:

 
Too right! I certainly do admit that Keynes et al. ...
In Part 2, below, I really like the explanation of how Classical Laissez-Faire Liberalism and Neoliberalism effectively make markets the master of society, while Embedded Liberalism started by Keynes returned markets to their more traditional role in societies, a broad swath of societies besides the West.

But, you do admit that Keynes et al. were regarded as crypto Bolshevists, right?
...were indeed treated as crypto-Bolshevists. In fact, this is the very core of the suite of objections Friedrich Augustus von Hayek has to any socialistic or hierarchical* teaching. With the free-market-über-alles ideology in effect over 40 years we have ended up with masses of the terminally poor, so the predominant mass of the masses turning rightward is merely the end result of this situation.

You don't ever find Hayek saying much in English about this - given that any actual talk by him ist "mit deutschem Akzent erfüllt", making him seem like some unrepentant Nazi. E.g.


where he is referring to the economist Carl Menger, not Doctor Mengele!:p

Yours faithfully
Claude

*I have decided to use the term 'hierarchicalism' to describe my position of fundamental human character differences having to be recognized as having rights over the democratic-egalitarian agenda in order for any form of government to work. This gets me out of the nebulous epithet of "Fascism" since that term covers mutually contradictory teachings such as Mussolini's simple nationalism (not anti-Semitic to begin with), Hitler's racist ideology and Franco's extreme Catholic bigotry.
 
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Richard Stanley

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The below are discussions with economist Michael Hudson. The first outlines how the post-WWII global economic system is rigged by the USA as a "free lunch" program, hence the growing desire of countries to break free of its coercion. The second discussion is more general and domestic oriented, providing a great context for understanding the highly distorted lens that both the Dems and Republicans use. It would have been nice if someone had asked him about the parallels to Genesis 47, as Hudson discussed the parallels to Julius Caesar's time.

The conclusions are grim ... and bloody.


 
WTF were economists not surprised at the GFC in 2008??? My father, not an economist, saw in 2006 before he died that the stockmarket and the economy were going nowhere - though he'd have been horrified at all the Junk Bond stuff etc.

Yours faithfully
Claude
 

Suchender

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....discussions with economist Michael Hudson. The first outlines how the post-WWII global economic system is rigged by the USA as a "free lunch" program...... Hudson discussed the parallels to Julius Caesar's time.
All lamenting and ALL dicussions about this 'evil economic system' are leading nowhere !
Why ?
Because this is all talk about the symptoms !
The real sickness is not even mentioned !

The real reason for our system as it exists is the nature of Money !

NOWHERE is this real sickness a topic of explanations beacuse even the economists are not educated on it. Which in itself is evidence of incapacity on their part !

What makes it even worse is, that all of this was layed out loooong time ago by Silvio Gesell.
https://www.community-exchange.org/docs/Gesell/en/neo/

The ideas of Solvio Gesell were even tryed in Austria ! Very successfully ! It was called Money Miracle.
Look up for the The Wörgl Experiment
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wörgl

https://mises.org/library/free-money-miracle
 

Richard Stanley

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Sorry I missed this post, it was only a few days after my first visit to the ER.

After just looking at the Free-Money and Free-land pages it seems a good extension to Georgism. With the establishment and sheep class opposition to a decent universal ((c)atholic o_O) health care system, imagine what the opposition to this would look like by the submerged monarchists, the oligarchs, and the wannabe rich sheep class.

I think that the global pooled rent should be distributed differently, as we don't need to incentivize any baby factories. Just watched that video where the Russian woman had 19(?) children.

That said, the following is another good discussion of Neoliberalism, where Nicholas adds that the impetus for implementing the Mont Pelerin Society's Neoliberalism piggybacked upon the 60's social liberalism's discontent for konformist ideology and laws, and the State's wars. As such, this amounts to deregulation of both cultural and business strictures, of which the libertarians and Libertarians promoted both. I can't remember if the first video series made this specific point or not.


Was the lil Austrian part of this Austrian (Economic School) deception? While he clearly saw the flaws in both extremes of Socialism and Capitalism, as did Keynes, the solutions were radically different. Keynes solution was the relatively successful hybrid economy with encouraging global trade, while Hitler's was expansionary war to exclusively benefit the new Chosen People, the Germans. But after this recognition of the dialectic flaws, he (or likely his handlers IMO) got everything else wrong. Well, but at least the Nazi created Bank of International Settlements is still in flourishing business.


As the video discusses, the Nazis shut down foreign trade, and tanked the economy ... badly, even with all the ironic foreign aid from foreign capitalist corporations. This financial crisis led to the so-called "transfer agreements" where German Jews paid extortion money to the state in exchange for the right to emigrate to Palestine, and where these Jews in Palestine would then buy German industrial products like steel. The Nazis shut down foreign trade ... except with Palestine Jews ... and certain foreign capitalist corporations (according to Hitler's kant essentially controlled by Jews - excepting Nazi hero Henry Ford that is).

One now has to wonder how much war and other military related spending was responsible for the seeming economic success of Keynesian/Embedded Liberalism. It was in the vacuum of Vietnam that the economy collapsed leading to Reagan's (l)ibertarian revolution with Neoliberalism, reinforced by every president since. Now the nationalists and fascists are in the ascent, and the submerged monarchists are smiling like Jesuits.
 
In Australia we have an underfunded health care system but with universal cover, unlike the USA.
After just looking at the Free-Money and Free-land pages it seems a good extension to Georgism. With the establishment and sheep class opposition to a decent universal ((c)atholic o_O) health care system, imagine what the opposition to this would look like by the submerged monarchists, the oligarchs, and the wannabe rich sheep class.
The Georgists are heavily divided internally, including in Australia. The Schalkenbach Foundation in the USA rewrote Henry George's works to remove the Christianity, but even with this, so many Georgists think they can win over a majority thru propaganda. They don't seem to realize that sovereign Government plus a powerful policing arm is needed to get the land rent from rich private users ("owners") of the land. They seem to think the wealthy will readily concede to such taxation, just as Lenin in 1917 thought the masses could run the economy after the capitalists of the Kerensky era were overthrown.

As for the Free-Money fantasy, this will only lead to further inflation. People have to work and be paid - only in this way is inflation controlled and the rich prevented from looting everything which we have now under the COVID lockdowns, which are starting to become permanent. The Northern Territory government in Australia has prohibited migration for 18 months and others might soon follow.

All this for a minor-effect pandemic flu that merely targets older people rather than the young - so is totally unlike the true pandemic of the Spanish Flu. The fact that most are asymptomatic with it guarantees its spread, negating all the costly efforts to control it, quite apart from cross-reacting antibodies with other COVID viruses, leading to people being labelled with the illness when they don't have it, such as in Melbourne, where the economy has tanked completely under the lockdown. Rigged government? Yes! Rigged infection too!

In Australia the economy has deliberately been tanked so that the desperate will work for chump wages in our now-emerging military industry - of submarines and now rockets, given that our secondary industry has otherwise collapsed. Evidently the USA is looking towards the post-nuclear era, hoping that Australia will help supply their devastated regime with weapons to be used on the USA's external - and internal! - enemies.

Yours faithfully
Claude

PS: The "shrinking economy" Hitler discusses is embodied in the end of capitalism in our day. The alternatives are either the Aryan racist nonsense or the elective caste system. Hitler's fatal mistake was NOT to equate Jews with Britain. Had he not made this mistake he would have supported Ukraine and General Vlasov, holding Stalingrad etc. The USA is trying this today to destroy Putin's Rssia, with the Ukrainian coup and Boris Nemtsov!

BTW - at first by "li'l Austrian" I thought you meant Friedrich Augustus von Hayek!
 
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Richard Stanley

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As for the Free-Money fantasy, this will only lead to further inflation. People have to work and be paid
You need to read what is meant by "Free-Money". He's not talking about the UBI, which doesn't prevent people from earning more money (whether it's Free-Money or not).

https://www.community-exchange.org/docs/Gesell/en/neo/part4/1.htm

By Free-Money is meant money that's not created by some private concern, like the American private Federal Reserve Bank. It is also money which has to be paid for in order to hold onto it, such that the incentive is to spend instead of hoard.

- only in this way is inflation controlled and the rich prevented from looting everything which we have now under the COVID lockdowns, which are starting to become permanent.
People working or not working for pay is not what causes inflation. In normal situations it is the increase in money supply versus the available goods which causes inflation. But, today the USA can create trillions of dollars out of thin air with very little apparent inflation because it is the global reserve currency and because excess dollars are pumped into the insane real estate bubble and other similar assets.

If getting money without working was a disincentive, why do Wall Street bankers keep showing up at the office? They want to make even more. What you don't want to understand is that your feudo-fascist serfs have no way to escape their wage-slave conditions when they are working too much and paying too much of their slave wages for services. That is, except by resorting to criminal behaviors.

Why did you Like Suchender's Free-Money if you don't like it?

PS: The "shrinking economy" Hitler discusses is embodied in the end of capitalism in our day.
I don't see any shrinking markets. However not discussed, I don't think Hitler envisioned that a country like the USA would happily give a country like China its industrial capacity and technology. This was a policy decision made by the same wizards that gave us Neoliberal economics. This decision did benefit greatly the people who don't work, in their Wall Street skyscrapers.
 
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You need to read what is meant by "Free-Money". He's not talking about the UBI, which doesn't prevent people from earning more money (whether it's Free-Money or not).

https://www.community-exchange.org/docs/Gesell/en/neo/part4/1.htm

By Free-Money is meant money that's not created by some private concern, like the American private Federal Reserve Bank. It is also money which has to be paid for in order to hold onto it, such that the incentive is to spend instead of hoard.
Yes, I see what you mean, that Free-Money is different and may combine with a Georgist system.
People working or not working for pay is not what causes inflation. In normal situations it is the increase in money supply versus the available goods which causes inflation. But, today the USA can create trillions of dollars out of thin air with very little apparent inflation because it is the global reserve currency and because excess dollars are pumped into the insane real estate bubble and other similar assets.
But when people are NOT working and being given shut-up money, i.e. shutting them from complaining, this encourages inflation as the money supply increases with a country producing the available goods for its people - obtaining the goods from elsewhere while the general population are given handouts.
If getting money without working was a disincentive, why do Wall Street bankers keep showing up at the office? They want to make even more.
They want more because of their established desire for money and especially power. Their reason for working is different to ordinary people!
What you don't want to understand is that your feudo-fascist serfs have no way to escape their wage-slave conditions when they are working too much and paying too much of their slave wages for services. That is, except by resorting to criminal behaviors.
As Palestinians are trapped in today - but the label "feudo-fascism" is merely to abuse those who understand the need for power relations, the opposite side of the coin to the "democratic socialist" agenda, which thinks it can abolish power relations by making everybody 'equal' i.e. the levelling prejudice.
Why did you Like Suchender's Free-Money if you don't like it?
My error, see above.
I don't see any shrinking markets. However not discussed, I don't think Hitler envisioned that a country like the USA would happily give a country like China its industrial capacity and technology. This was a policy decision made by the same wizards that gave us Neoliberal economics. This decision did benefit greatly the people who don't work, in their Wall Street skyscrapers.
The shrinking markets are everywhere today - the increasing number of poor means that effective consumer demand is disappearing. The one really bright spot of growing markets and industry is military weaponry.:D And even Australia's dim-bulb* leaders are well aware of that!:rolleyes:

Yours faithfully
Claude

* Perhaps we would now say "LED astray".
 

Richard Stanley

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But when people are NOT working and being given shut-up money, i.e. shutting them from complaining, this encourages inflation as the money supply increases with a country producing the available goods for its people - obtaining the goods from elsewhere while the general population are given handouts.
Right, we rob Elon Musk's robots. And besides he claims to be a socialist.

How can they be shut up if they have the American First Amendment and labor unions? Oh, right the fascists are destroying the First Amendment and the Neoliberals have destroyed labor unions.

They want more because of their established desire for money and especially power. Their reason for working is different to ordinary people!
Nonsense. Now you're saying all working class people wont work unless you give them crappy slave wages. Most people laid off from the Covid would love to get back to work even though they 've been getting unemployment checks.
As Palestinians are trapped in today - but the label "feudo-fascism" is merely to abuse those who understand the need for power relations, the opposite side of the coin to the "democratic socialist" agenda, which thinks it can abolish power relations by making everybody 'equal' i.e. the levelling prejudice.
You're turning this into a binary again, but yes, own the label feudo-fascism, and read aloud from your playbook, Genesis 47.
The shrinking markets are everywhere today - the increasing number of poor means that effective consumer demand is disappearing.
Because the Neoliberals sent all the industry to China and similar.
 
They [the very wealthy] want more because of their established desire for money and especially power. Their reason for working is different to ordinary people!
Nonsense. Now you're saying all working class people wont work unless you give them crappy slave wages.
I should have explained it better. The very wealthy work to increase their wealth and power. Poorer people work (if they can) to pay food & rent; they are not seeking extra power for themselves, and if they had a proper paying job, would be content with that.
Most people laid off from the Covid would love to get back to work even though they 've been getting unemployment checks.
By no means all - since the handout culture of welfare was heavily pushed after WW2, encouraging a culture of dependence, just like the Sex'n'drug'n'R&R culture was encouraged by the Frankfurt School. Besides, even in Australia, the handout can often be worth more than what people have been getting for the little work that they can find! As the handouts end these people will be thrown on the streets once again.
You're turning this into a binary again, but yes, own the label feudo-fascism, and read aloud from your playbook, Genesis 47.
The binary here is fundamental. It is case of honest power-holders, from feudal kings to Fascist dictators versus rule by usurers such as Anglo-American and Western culture where the leaders are a bunch of crooks and nincompoops. As democracy rots the population further thru levelling into abject poverty, at least those more actively inclined will start joining parties with real leaders that realize the system has to be destroyed. The usurers are destroying the people from within - in contrast a dictator protects his people because their productivity keeps him going, and this is why Putin has had to permit Christianity to return in Russia - and NOT, repeat NOT, Judaeo-Christianity, as Yuri Slezkine tells us in his own way!
Because the Neoliberals sent all the industry to China and similar.
The shrinking markets are only partly due the West sending its production overseas. There is a general shrinking overall, ultimately involving China, Russia and the 3rd world, since the drive for capitalist expansion worldwide, with no NON-capitalist world to sell you, will drive wages down worldwide. This will cause markets to shrink and finance capitalism to rent seek across the world, leaving billions of people destitute; this situation is already underway prematurely due to the COVID lockdown (not COVID itself).

This has already happened in the USA and the West generally - and as they get poorer this will also curb economic growth in other parts of the world. Rosa Luxemburg predicted this over a century ago, and we have now reached this point. As she said then, the only manufacture that breaks this cycle is military production, whose effect now however will be to wipe out both demand and markets with the resulting mass extermination.

Yours faithfully
Claude
 
Writing about the masses afflicted by the high unemployment rate coupled to low wages, Richard asks...
How can they be shut up if they have the American First Amendment and labor unions? Oh, right the fascists are destroying the First Amendment and the Neoliberals have destroyed labor unions.
...but gives a sarcastic followed by a correct answer!:D

The USA is not a fascist country, the word nowadays merely being used pejoratively to combine capitalists, extreme nationalists, financiers and Stalinists into one idiotic amalgamation. What is hidden in the word 'fascist' is the actions of the financial elite (a broader term than Neoliberals) to nullify the lawful right of free speech. This is done thru MSM domination, distraction of the masses (e.g. via sport, religion and bogus conspiracy theories) and ideological manipulation, rendering the masses blind to traditional Western hypocrisy. Those genuine conspiracy theories - the ones that intuit the attitude and function of the Judaeo-Christian elites - are suppressed and misrepresented. The labor unions, when powerful, never cottoned on to the true financier conspiracy to rule, hence they suffer today in both numbers and wealth - even more remarkable here in Australia where unions were traditionally more powerful politically than in the USA.

This is why free speech is rendered useless - not only the unions are too poor and powerless to act, but their leaders, the "labor aristocracy" (as Communists labelled them) have long been bought off by the system. The Left has collapsed utterly - merely propped up until 1991 by the Western fear of the ever-diminishing Soviet threat. Jobs are lost and unionized fathers merely produce unemployed and destitute sons and daughters while the hard-working wealthy work even harder to get more power via a debased currency and their monopolization of land and resources. Hence the power split will be within the Right, as the middle and upper middle class begin to see their own wealth and power siphoned off by the super-rich. Here lies the great hope for the future!

And thus perhaps even Jerry might appreciate what the 'Judaeo-' means in Judaeo-Christianity! - making up for Hitler's stupidity in thinking that England was his friend rather than realizing that Western Protestantism and other non-Lutheran Protestantism are thick-as-thieves with wealthy Jews, all under the deist-pantheist philosophy of Spinoza, this updated in the early 20th century via Edmund Husserl to the paradox-generating teachings of Einstein and bearing its bitter social fruit in the Frankfurt School. My point? None of these latter mentioned in this paragraph are 'Fascist' in any ordinary usage of the word! :eek:

So no! Fascism is not destroying the First Amendment - and I rather think you're chuckling as you read this, Richard - rather, Judaeo-Christianity renders it an empty gesture to pander to the blinkered leveller-mentality that underpins Leftist prejudices, the result being an angry chattering populace readily manipulated by Antifa and the more left-wing Evangelicals.:rolleyes:

Yours faithfully
Claude
 
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