Posted by Socrates in AmeriKwa, Big Lie, communism, democracy, egalitarianism, equalocracy, jewed culture, Marxism, New Deal, Roosevelt, Socrates at 6:27 pm | Permanent Link
This is a good topic for new readers, especially with a presidential election coming up in November.
America wasn’t regularly called a “democracy” until F.D. Roosevelt – with help from his heavily-Jewish staff – began tossing the word around in the 1930s . Before that time, democracy was generally considered to be a bad thing . Democracy and communism share a central feature, i.e., both have a leveling effect on society, i.e., both make all of the citizens “equal” . Equality has been harmful to our White society since it has removed naturally-existing social and vocational “pecking orders.” The transformation of America from a “White republic” into a “multicultural, liberal democracy” was one of the worst things to happen in the history of Western civilization:
 F. Roosevelt used the word “democracy” eight times in his second inaugural address – which was co-written by Jewish staffer Samuel Rosenman – in January 1937. He used the word nine times in his 1941 inaugural address
 “‘Democracy’ is simply another name for ‘a money-lenders’ Paradise'” — from the book “The Rulers of Russia” by Rev. Denis Fahey, p. 56
 democracy = mob rule, i.e., whatever “the people” want or seem to want. Almost anything can happen in a democracy. The constitution is routinely ignored or deliberately misinterpreted, e.g., the Roe v. Wade court ruling and federal gun control laws. All adult citizens are allowed to vote, no matter how stupid they might be. A republic = the constitution is strictly obeyed, regardless of the circumstances. Mob rule has no sway in a republic. Voting rights may vary – for example, in the early years of America, only White, male landowners could vote. Some countries are called “republics” even though they aren’t republics
 that’s what U.S. General George Moseley referred to when he said, late in his career: “Democracy, hell! It’s nothing but communism. We don’t want the mob rule of democracy”