Archive for the 'communism' Category

24 May, 2009

Posted by Socrates in communism, Korea, Marxism, Socrates, war, war as a racket at 4:02 pm | Permanent Link

This Memorial Day, let’s remember all of the wars that we didn’t need to be involved in, shall we? Like this one. “Police action.” Riiight, Mr. Truman: [Article].

21 May, 2009

Posted by Socrates in communism, Fascism, jewish revolutionaries, Jewish Tyranny, Jewish warmongering, Marxism, Socrates, Soviet Union, Spain, Spanish Civil War at 1:00 am | Permanent Link

Yeah, suuure. Anything to discredit “fascism.” Newbies, unlike democracy, fascism can actually preserve culture and can stop the Jews, hence the fear of it. Trivia: the top Soviet officials who were based in Spain in order to fight Franco and communize that country were Jews, e.g., Grigori Stern, Emilio Kleber, Yakov Smushkevich, Vladimir Antonov-Ovseenko and […]

8 May, 2009

Posted by Socrates in books, communism, Hungary, jewed culture, jewish revolutionaries, Jewish Tyranny, Marxism, quotations, quotations about jews, Socrates, Yeats-Brown at 1:37 am | Permanent Link

Re: Hungary under the leadership of Jewish communist Bela Kun: “Dr. Eugene Hamberger, a Jewish surgeon who became Commissioner for Agriculture, wrote to a Zionist correspondent: ‘My good fellow, we mean to ruin the Christian landlords first, then we shall send all the Christian officials and professors to the dogs; and when once the people […]

5 May, 2009

Posted by Socrates in Britain, communism, Cultural Marxism, England, Marxism, Socrates, white nationalism, White Nationalists at 11:42 pm | Permanent Link

Cultural Marxism – as opposed to economic Marxism – is thriving in Britain. Among those now banned from that country are Don Black and Erich Gliebe. (No doubt Alex will soon be added to the banned-persons list if he isn’t on it already): [Article].

25 April, 2009

Posted by Socrates in communism, Holocaust, holocaust racket, Holocaustianity, Hungary, jewed culture, jewed politics, Jewish Tyranny, Marxism, Socrates at 2:34 am | Permanent Link

Isn’t it bad enough that Hungary was kiked twice in the last century? [1]. Does it really need to be kiked some more via Holocaust-denial laws? [Article]. [1] by Jewish communists Bela Kun (in 1919) and Mathias Rakosi (post-WWII)

18 April, 2009

Posted by Socrates in communism, feminism, Feminists, jewed Congress, jewed culture, jewed law, Marxism, nation-building/nation-wrecking, Socrates, sports, women, women in sports at 6:09 pm | Permanent Link

Vigorous sports-playing – e.g., running, jumping, throwing – masculinizes women by altering their hormone levels. Their soft, rounded features become sharper, harder and more male-looking (female bodybuilders provide extreme examples of that). They become more aggressive as well. Feminism, of course, is just one of the Jewish sicknesses that is wrecking our culture. The increase […]

18 April, 2009

Posted by Socrates in communism, Eastern Europe, global government, globalization, jewed culture, Marxism, Socrates, Tom Sunic at 1:33 pm | Permanent Link

“Should Croatia decide to introduce anticommunist clauses in its constitution, as many of its citizens now publicly advocate, the whole of Croatia’s political class, regardless of it party affiliation, would face international isolation. In today’s neo-liberal, global system it is highly desirable to declare oneself ‘antifascist,’ but not ‘anticommunist.’” Amazing. The murderous, Jewish ideology of […]

10 April, 2009

Posted by Socrates in Australia, communism, double standards, Marxism, Nazis, neo-nazis/nationalists, Socrates at 3:50 pm | Permanent Link

Of course, if she was connected to a Marxist organization, no one would have said a word about it: [Article].

20 March, 2009

Posted by Socrates in communism, Eastern Europe, Marxism, Socrates, Tom Sunic at 5:52 pm | Permanent Link

An interesting study of communist terror from a genetic standpoint: [Article] or [VNN Forum] (VNNF is currently offline).

22 February, 2009

Posted by Socrates in art, communism, jewed art, jewed culture, Marxism, Socrates at 1:45 am | Permanent Link

“Any work they could do, I can do better,” said Picasso. What a runt. In the old days, Pablo-boy wouldn’t have made it as an artist. But how times have changed. Anything can be great art now. Why is that? It’s because New York City Jews decide what is and isn’t art. They’ve decided that […]