Archive for the 'cosmopolitan/rootless/city mentality' Category

27 March, 2020

Posted by Socrates in America, America as a 'melting pot', Cohencidences, coronavirus, Coronavirus media hysteria, cosmopolitan/rootless/city mentality, disease, Diversity, diversity is hate, global citizenship/world citizenship, globalization, immigration, job outsourcing, jobs, multiculturalism, New World Order, New York, New York Shitty, One World, One World, One People and Free Tacos for Everybody!, Open Borders movement, Socrates, The Big Bagel, The Brown Invasion of the Western World, The Coming of Brown Man at 12:08 pm | Permanent Link

((“Globalism began as a vision of a world with free trade, shared prosperity, and open borders. These are good, even noble things to aim for.” — New Age author Deepak Chopra, 2012. Wonder if he still believes that?)). ((“Let’s build huge cities in America and stuff them full of Brown foreigners! Let’s make those cities […]

26 February, 2020

Posted by Socrates in Blood and Soil, city folks, consumerism, corruption, cosmopolitan/rootless/city mentality, global citizens, global citizenship/world citizenship, Jewed cities, jewed culture, metropolises, modernity, Socrates at 6:39 pm | Permanent Link

Bye-bye, blood, soil, earth and family. Hello, sky-scrapers, concrete and subways. Modern man is an ugly, shallow, rootless fellow. Just give him bright lights and big cosmopolitan cities filled with faggots and foreigners and he’ll be satisfied. He lost his way, his soul, years ago. The shimmer and sheen of New York City and Chicago […]

28 October, 2018

Posted by Socrates in America, America-the-sitcom, American cities, cosmopolitan/rootless/city mentality, jewed culture, Socrates at 5:41 pm | Permanent Link

At about the 2:30 duration mark, a small-town White guy talks about city life, and how, in the city, nobody knows anyone else and they don’t want to know anyone else. Yep. As city life slowly replaces country life, this will become the norm: an America full of big-city strangers living next door to each […]