Archive for the 'capitalism' Category

27 January, 2008

Posted by Socrates in business, capitalism, Ivor Benson, jewed culture, money, quotations, quotations about jews, Socrates at 1:38 pm | Permanent Link

“Even the briefest survey of the forces which are shaping the history of the twentieth century, creating social and political conditions correctly described by Spengler as ‘anarchy become a habit,’ would be incomplete without a closer look at the relationship of those supposed mighty opposites: Capitalism and Communism. The key to the riddle is the […]

20 December, 2007

Posted by Socrates in capitalism, free trade, globalization, Socrates at 7:42 pm | Permanent Link

This is from 2003, but it could’ve been written yesterday. Sometimes, it’s hard to tell which has damaged America more: Jews, or “conservative” businessmen who only care about money. As the writer Ivor Benson noted, aside from the profits, global capitalism differs little from Marxism. Both are international and revolutionary. Both transform and dilute cultures […]

27 October, 2007

Posted by Socrates in Big Labor, business, capitalism, economy, history, jewed culture, labor unions, Socrates at 5:52 pm | Permanent Link

Labor unions – as we know them today, at least – probably wouldn’t exist if not for two Jewish labor activists: Samuel Gompers (1850-1924) and Sidney Hillman (1887-1946). Those men could be called the “architects” of organized labor in America. Other powerful, Jewish labor figures were David Dubinsky (1892-1982) and Jackie Presser (1926-1988) [1]. About […]

27 August, 2007

Posted by Socrates in capitalism, globalization, jew mentality, Jew World Order, jewed culture, New World Order, Socrates at 7:15 pm | Permanent Link

What happened to sovereignty, which was a right universally acknowledged until recently? This was mentioned at the VNN Forum, but it’s worth repeating here: during the past century, the West – and much of the rest of the world as well – underwent a drastic political and social transformation. Basically, there was a battle between […]