14 December, 2012

World Getting Smaller, Less Free, Thanks to Internationalism

Posted by Socrates in Comintern, communism, communism-as-Jewish, Cultural Marxism, EU, global government, globalization, international Jewry, international socialism, internationalism, jewed politics, Marxism, Socrates at 10:06 pm | Permanent Link

Gentile: “Didn’t you guys try to enslave the world with internationalism before? You know: Marxism and the Comintern?”

Jew: “Yeah, we did. But, you know, if at first you don’t succeed, Jew, Jew again!”


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  7. 7 Responses to “World Getting Smaller, Less Free, Thanks to Internationalism”

    1. CW-2 Says:

      I thought the Ejew was bankrupt? Here we have the jewrocrats in Brussels bribing the sellouts in Zagreb to accept the ‘joys’ of multiculturalism and bankster rule.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      With all the problems the EUSSR is having they’re going to add yet another impoverished, backwards country into their Union? Is the German taxpayer willing to support yet another basket case of a country? Well, maybe adding dysfunctional/nonfunctional little Croatia to the EU’s house of cards will make the whole thing finally collapse. Let’s hope so.

    3. Charles Krafft Says:

      Hey, not so fast! I heard that Croatia is more European now than Europe, devoid of tsunamis of non-White immigrants. Check out this peppy Croatian rock band singing about how their country was sold out for Jewish gold (“The Curse of King Zvinimir”) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EELj_0nXy5w

    4. George Lenz Says:

      In fact, the accession of Catholic Croatia to the EU is perfectly justified on economic and political grounds and natural, and was agreed in advance before 2008. In fact, Croatia is the part of the EU sphere of influence, and its accession to EU is natural and supported by the majority of Croatian people. Subsequently, however, there will no more accession to EU, except for reunification of Romania and Moldova without Transnistria, as EU has no institutional capacity and financial resources to permit further enlargement, and all other Eastern European and Balkan countries belong either to Russian or Turkish sphere of influence.

      Thus EU enlargement is completed, and there will be no further enlargement despite false claims to the contrary, even if done by EU bureaucrats.

    5. CW-2 Says:

      The people of Croatia are in for a bit of a surprise. They mistakenly think they have signed onto a gravy train with no strings attached, however the example provided by Greece should have opened their eyes. The jewrocrats will encourage them to spend heavily on unneeded infrastructure projects and demand open borders. Croatia is too European, it needs some divershitty, they will say, and every form of nig and mud will descend on Zagreb for a handout.
      Croats, you’re just going to love rubbing shoulders with Slovak Gypsys. These undesirables are the latest scum we in the jewK are forced to tolerate. Their women, clad in smelly overcoats even in the summer, come en-mass in supermarkets, fill up the trolleys and walk out without paying. The check-out girls don’t or can’t lift a finger to stop them. To do so would be, well, racist!

    6. Nom de Guerre Says:

      I’d say joining up with the JewYou, at this point in the game would be a blunder equivalent to switching allegiance to Rome as the Visigoths sack the city. The EU is not going to withstand the centrifigal forces once the Kwa falls apart.

    7. Tim McGreen Says:

      CW-2 is right, those marginal, second-rate countries like Greece, Spain and now Croatia stupidly gave up their sovereignty thinking they could feed off the German-run EUSSR instead, like the good-for-nothing moochers they are. So why are they upset when Berlin bosses them around and tells them what kind of austerity measures they WILL take? This is what inevitably happens when a country surrenders its sovereignty to someone else. DUH!