10 November, 2021

Even Libertarians Are Easily Fooled

Posted by Socrates in Jewed philosophy, jewed politics, liberals, libertarians at 11:30 am | Permanent Link

Libertarianism, like liberalism, is a hodgepodge of feel-good beliefs: you’re against border walls, but at the same time you expect your country to remain intact for the long term. Can’t have it both ways.

Libertarianism is almost entirely a Jewish movement. It’s a female-brain movement in a sense: “the right-wing hippies want all of the pleasure but none of the pain” as one guy said [1]. They want it all. A utopia. Marxists also want a utopia.

The only ideology that has historically-proven, logical and fixed core beliefs is White nationalism.

“As part of Jillette’s conversion to spiritualist, he’s publicly renounced his libertarianism (on CNN, no less!), he’s embraced burdensome government, and he’s thrown his support full-throttle behind Joe Biden and Gavin Newsom”…



[1] most of the big names in the libertarian movement are Jews: Ayn Rand, Murray Rothbard, Ludwig Von Mises, Milton Friedman, Robert Nozick, Aaron Russo, Frank Chodorov, Aaron Director, Julian Simon, Walter Block. Rand once called libertarians “right-wing hippies” — a label which fits almost perfectly

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