4 April, 2022

Jewish Liberation Movements Are Not About Liberation

Posted by Socrates in communism, communism as a fraud, communism as a weapon against the West, equality, equalocracy, Jewish genetic diseases, Jewish genetics, Jewish nation-wrecking, Jewish Question, Marx, Marx and endless conflict, Marx and England, Marxism, New Left, War On White Males, War On White People, Western civilization, Western culture, Western decline at 11:07 am | Permanent Link

I disagree with this guy about Marxism in one way: it wasn’t about economics or property per se.

All of the “liberation” movements that were pioneered by ethnic Jews (e.g., communism, socialism, feminism, homosexual rights, labor unionism, etc.) were not liberation movements. They only seemed like liberation movements. They were actually adversarial movements designed to destabilize the White countries by making White people fight endlessly with each other [1].

Why would Jews want to destabilize the White countries? Because the White countries are a “threat” to Jews (“anti-Semitism”; Jews have been expelled from 109 countries — a world record!). In other words, Jews naturally oppose the White countries and so they try to weaken them with “liberation” movements. It’s logical.

Communism, for example, had nothing to do with economics per se. The “economics” part was merely window dressing. Karl Marx knew that economics was important in everyday life so he merely used it as a “vehicle” to deliver communism. Marx actually admitted that communism was designed to destroy England (which was then the most powerful White nation). He admitted that communism was about destruction [2][3]. Likewise, feminism isn’t about women per se. It’s about making men and women constantly fight. (Feminism has nearly destroyed the West, by the way). Sadly for Marx, communism didn’t wreck England. It turned east and wrecked Russia instead.

Further complicating this Jewish matter, “White liberalism” was, in a sense, “hijacked” by the Jews circa 1964. The New Left was heavily-Jewish, and also university-based. So the Jewish “liberation” movements picked up a lot of steam then, and increased in size and scope. Those movements were even incorporated into federal laws: into the Civil Rights Acts of 1964 and 1968. The first one (1964) gave America “Affirmative Action” mandates which impacted most workplaces in America. The second one created “Affirmation Action in housing” and another one in 1972 opened the floodgates for women in every type of employment — even in law enforcement and firefighting [4]. Lucky us.

Regardless, this video makes a good overall point: all of the types of leftism that we see today are variations of Marxism: gender Marxism, race Marxism, language Marxism, labor Marxism, green Marxism, etc. What seems like “six movements” are really just one movement.

[Video; 50 minutes].


[1] “Jews” here means genetically Jewish (not religiously Jewish). Jews are not genetically White, they are half-Arab mongrels with their own unique genetic code — indeed, Jews are very unique in the world.

[2] Marx said that any revolution that didn’t spread to England was a waste of time (“is a storm in a teacup” — Marx, January 1849).

[3] Marx told his fiancee the following: “Jenny, if we can but weld our souls together, then with contempt shall I fling my glove in the world’s face, then shall I stride through the wreckage a creator!” (Communism was about destruction. Indeed, Cultural Marxism was invented precisely because regular Marxism failed to destroy the White West. Furthermore, if Marxism was only about economics, why the heavy Jewish component of it in every country? And furthermore, Jews, being money-and-profit-oriented people, should normally oppose communism, not spread it. The fact that they spread it would seem to be good proof that it wasn’t about money/property per se, that it was instead about using Marxism as a racial weapon. Lastly, Marx was a notorious hater of humanity. “Destroying the West with communism” fit his personality like a tight glove).

[4] the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972.

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