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Post by C4L » 3 weeks ago

MAGA.
Russians must save Europe from the racist liberal elite.

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MAGA.
You just worry about making Russia great to again, if that's possible.
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Post by C4L » 3 weeks ago

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You just worry about making Russia great to again, if that's possible.
Current state formation ("putinism") will be demolished sooner or later, we will build something new like always. We're used to it.

I doubt that the USA will ever recover from the leftist plague. You're just at the beginning like Russia in 1916-17.

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Current state formation ("putinism") will be demolished sooner or later, we will build something new like always. We're used to it.

I doubt that the USA will ever recover from the leftist plague. You're just at the beginning like Russia in 1916-17.

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The number of actual "socialist" in modern United States is miniscule compared to that of Russia circa 1916-17.
Your socialist wrecked 70 years of fear and loathing on your society, our "socialist" are just insignificant noise makers.

Capitalism is the only viable system capable of complimenting the human condition.
Is it perfect? No, but what is? It's way more natural than socialism that's for sure
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Post by Johnson » 1 week ago

The left wing parties moved away from core issues that they used to stand for. Traditionally they served the everyday working person and fought for their rights. Now they've steadily morphed into something barely recognisable to their original cause.

When they return to their roots and focus on: a good living wage, affordable housing, safe streets, great education for the young, and free and accessible healthcare for all citizens and residents - it is then that they will become electable.

These screeching, pandering, identity politicking folk that hijacked the left leaning parties have made them un-electable and thoroughly contemptible.

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The number of actual "socialist" in modern United States is miniscule compared to that of Russia circa 1916-17.
Your socialist wrecked 70 years of fear and loathing on your society, our "socialist" are just insignificant noise makers.

Capitalism is the only viable system capable of complimenting the human condition.
Is it perfect? No, but what is? It's way more natural than socialism that's for sure
Both capitalism and socialism are fake and gay and the goal of them both is to reduce your nation to a proposition. The only difference is that capitalism does it by turning everything in your life into a commodity and that has proven itself to be a more effective means of ruining everything. The USA will be a third-world country by the end of the decade, and it was capitalist.

You need something closely resembling national socialism, if not literally.

Because that system addressed the roots problems of both capitalism and socialism. That's why it had to be destroyed and slandered for all of history.

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You need something closely resembling national socialism, if not literally.

Because that system addressed the roots problems of both capitalism and socialism. That's why it had to be destroyed and slandered for all of history.
Hmm... I wonder what these root problems could be?
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Hmm... I wonder what these root problems could be?
Haaang on. Not the dreaded "J" word again.
Kikes capitalize on the systems because of debt-based fiat currency and international finance.

Communism fails because it rejects hierarchy and necessarily gives the state absolute power by funneling all the resources to them. So they decide what you "need" and they will take what you need away from you if you commit wrongthink. A communist society is essentially like having an allowance under cruel parents. Do a bad and they'll take away your allowance, but you still have to do all the chores and they'll be more difficult now.

Capitalism fails because it essentially amounts to some bizarre modernist version of feudalism in which the most powerful competitors eventually control all the backbone infrastructure and can abuse and enslave the population however they want. The government won't stop them, because "that's socialism" and because they now own the politicians. It's the same as in communism "Don't think how we want? Guess this hospital isn't for you! Guess you'll have to go elsewhere!" Except you can't go elsewhere for your heart surgery because all the hospitals are owned by the same conglomerate. Can't start your own either because all the resources and finances needed are in the hands of the same conglomerate and they won't permit you because you go against "our values™".

The entire point of National Socialism was to combat all of the above by acknowledging that proposition nations do not work or even truly exist. They rejected international finance and usury (capitalism thrives on usury) by introducing a nationalized labor currency (which is what Churchill referred to as Hitler's unforgivable sin) and rejected all other manner of internationalism (immigration, foreign trade, etc.)

The result of that was a peaceful civilization and extreme economic prosperity in a very short time.

"Durrr thAHt's bEecaUse mUh War econoMmY!"

Nazi Germany was not a "war economy". They simply rebuilt their military (Poland was "invaded" with essentially training tanks) and the military was just one way to create jobs in a trickle-down effect. Saying that Germany was a "war economy" in this regard is stupidity. You may as well say that Sweden or Israel is a war economy because they have conscription.

The only reason this came to an end is because they got assailed on all fronts by battering rams of international bankers and merchants. Most of whom were and still are Jews.

Because if everyone had adopted the NSDAP's policies, then it would have killed their profits and influence.

It's really not any more complicated than that: Nationalism (real nationalism) is bad foreign profits and power.

Do you think Apple would be as rich and powerful as they are if every country had its own cellphone and computer brand produced locally? No, and so that is why the suits at Apple will make sure their company stands against "racism" and "hate" and especially "Nazis", who are the ultimate racists, at all costs.

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@That Guy you are leaving out some very obvious and compelling reasons as to why Germany was assailed on all fronts.

Yes the Germans prospered for a short time under their nationalised labor currency. That is until the bottom fell out around 1938-39.
That's what happens when you remove an important element from the economic frame work -- foreign investment! Foreign investment -- along with the best economic minds in Europe.
Those that were forced to flee to the United States and elsewhere. Yes, the Jews.

So once this nationalised banana economy crashed, it's no coincidence that the foreign military adventures started looking attractive for the German high command. That and some immature idea of an Aryan master race (ask Jesse Owens about that!)

National socialism was a fleeting romantic ideal ruined by poor economic choices and race politics. It's dead and it's never coming back, so please join the international community with the rest of us.

Also, if you use the word "kike" again you may have to join a more like minded forum. The ball's in your court.

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blackg wrote:
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Also, if you use the word "kike" again you may have to join a more like minded forum. The ball's in your court.
What happened to free speech? :rip:

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What happened to free speech? :rip:
Orders from above.

You're free to discuss ideas and to expose the schemes that would undermine our plan for world domination but antisemite slurs are a no-no.

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Admin wrote:
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Orders from above.

You're free to discuss ideas and to expose the schemes that would undermine our plan for world domination but antisemite slurs are a no-no.

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But other slurs for non-Jews are OK?

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But other slurs for non-Jews are OK?
They're not, but antisemite slurs sit at the top of the no-no hierarchy because I'm European. It's a matter of personal bias. Don't try to look for logical patterns in the manner people are warned or banned on this forum because that's not how I operate. My decisions are based on faith and intuition first, logic and reason are secondary.
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Don't try to look for logical patterns in the manner people are warned or banned on this forum because that's not how I operate.
Isn't it ironic... :pepeclown:

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Isn't it ironic... :pepeclown:
No it's not ironic. Racial slurs are far above slurs relating to personal choice or even personality.
We don't get to choose what racial group we are born into so it's retrograde to stoop to this low level. Lets keep it classy.
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