Archive for the 'egalitarianism' Category

15 June, 2008

Posted by Socrates in crime, egalitarianism, jewed culture, Socrates at 2:25 pm | Permanent Link

Crime isn’t really getting better overall. Non-White hoodlums are merely changing locations. They’re moving from run-down housing projects to neighborhoods like yours, thanks to government housing programs like Section 8. (Here’s another thing that you can thank the Jews for, newbies. They pioneered the false idea that all humans are equal – or can be […]

24 May, 2008

Posted by Socrates in AmeriKwa, Big Lie, communism, democracy, egalitarianism, equalocracy, jewed culture, Marxism, New Deal, Roosevelt, Socrates at 6:27 pm | Permanent Link

This is a good topic for new readers, especially with a presidential election coming up in November. America wasn’t regularly called a “democracy” until F.D. Roosevelt – with help from his heavily-Jewish staff – began tossing the word around in the 1930s [1]. Before that time, democracy was generally considered to be a bad thing […]

6 May, 2008

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", egalitarianism, Fourteenth Amendment, jewed culture, jewed law, race, race-mixing laws, Socrates at 7:15 pm | Permanent Link

The infamous U.S. Supreme Court ruling, Loving v. Virginia, banned laws that prohibited interracial marriage. Of significance is that two Jewish lawyers aided the Lovings in their legal fight [1]. Also of significance is that the Loving ruling was based on the 14th Amendment, which wasn’t ratified properly, therefore, the court’s ruling is legally invalid: […]

25 April, 2008

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", Brown v. Board of Education, egalitarianism, jewed culture, Socrates at 3:44 pm | Permanent Link

Brown v. Board of Education, which was largely a Jewish production, led to the desegregation of American public schools: [Article].

20 April, 2008

Posted by Socrates in 'human rights', egalitarianism, General Decline, jewed culture, jewish hate & hypocrisy, Socrates at 2:43 pm | Permanent Link

The immigrants will turn your country into a third-world toilet, White man, but nonetheless, don’t fear them, offer them candy instead. Better yet, apologize to them for being White. (Newbies, “equality” and “human rights” are nothing but phony Jewish constructs) [1][2]: [Article]. [1] leading the human equality movement were Jews such as Franz Boas, Ashley […]

8 April, 2008

Posted by Socrates in "sex equality", egalitarianism, feminism, General Decline, jewed culture, military, Socrates at 12:33 am | Permanent Link

It’s not your daddy’s Marine Corps, but it is your sister’s. Are jarheads supposed to wear tampons? [1]: [Article]. [1] USMC grooming regulations for nail polish/lipstick: [Here]

18 March, 2008

Posted by Socrates in ACLU, egalitarianism, jewed culture, Socrates at 7:39 pm | Permanent Link

Suit filed over lower graduation rates among Black students [1]: [Article]. [1] about the founders/directors of the ACLU (scroll almost 3/4 down the page to “The ACLU”): [Here]

17 March, 2008

Posted by Socrates in egalitarianism, jewed law, Socrates, Wilmot Robertson at 10:10 pm | Permanent Link

(Note: Louis Brandeis was the first Jew to sit on the U.S. Supreme Court): “The 1954 Supreme Court ruling in Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka may some day be ranked as the Fort Sumter of the second American Civil War. Although the Constitution says nothing about education, the Court ordered the desegregation of […]

19 January, 2008

Posted by Socrates in egalitarianism, equalocracy, Frankfurt School, Marxism, Socrates, Western culture at 1:25 pm | Permanent Link

As author William G. Simpson asked, “which way, Western man?” [1]: [Article]. [1] Simpson: [Here]

14 January, 2008

Posted by Socrates in Catholicism, egalitarianism, New World Order, Socrates at 10:24 pm | Permanent Link

There isn’t much difference between modern Catholicism and Marxism. Both push egalitarianism and a one-world order. Only a few Catholics notice that race is important. (In fact, the Catholic church supported interracial marriage in the late 1960s around the time of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Loving v. Virginia ruling): [Article].