Archive for the 'French Revolution' Category

24 August, 2021

Posted by Socrates in Castro, communism, Cuba, egalitarianism, France, French Revolution, human equality, Marxism, movies, Rousseau at 2:41 pm | Permanent Link

“The Lady and the Duke” (2001); in French with English subtitles. This is a good movie about the French Revolution (1789-1799), which I have posted about before. Filmed in a unique way, this movie documents the “first communist revolution in history” (i.e., leftists overthrew and murdered the king and queen of France thanks largely to […]

21 July, 2021

Posted by Socrates in Castro, equality, equalocracy, equity vs. equality, French Revolution, Marxism, republic vs. democracy, republican government, Spain, Spanish Civil War at 12:04 pm | Permanent Link

“The Scarlet Pimpernel” (1982). During the French Revolution (1789-onward), the fictitious Scarlet Pimpernel saved many people from the guillotine. He was a Zorro-type, a brave, heroic fellow. Anyway, in real-life France in 1792, the leftists would cut your head off on the guillotine if you had money. Or if you were related to someone who […]

24 November, 2020

Posted by Socrates in Claude Levi-Strauss, communism, France, Freemasons, French Revolution, Marxism, Marxism and equality, Marxism as anti-White, Socrates at 6:07 pm | Permanent Link

Rhetorical questions: have you ever seen a conservative character in a French movie? (Nope…well, wait, I take that back: The Day of the Jackal, 1973. One movie! And he was a bad guy). Have you ever seen a French movie that didn’t feature too much sex? (Nope). Also, the French people (the gentiles) seem to […]

16 July, 2020

Posted by Socrates in French Revolution, leftism, leftist/liberal cruelty, leftist/liberal hate, leftists, liberal 'tolerance', liberal mindset, liberalism, liberals, liberals as bullies, Socrates at 9:53 am | Permanent Link

The French Revolution was the first modern example of liberal madness and murder. Why do the French celebrate it today? Note: the French Revolution eventually “ate itself.” In the end, even the top Revolution leaders (e.g., Danton) were themselves murdered on the guillotine by the leftists, because the liberals always eat themselves in the end, […]

4 May, 2020

Posted by Socrates in 'tolerance', 'transgender', Castro, Colorado, coronavirus, coronavirus and politics, Coronavirus media hysteria, Cuba, France, French Revolution, homosexual themes, homosexuals, leftism, leftist/liberal cruelty, leftists, liberal mindset, liberalism, liberals, liberals as bullies, Socrates at 9:24 am | Permanent Link

Liberals love rules and mandates. They love forcing people to do things, despite their frequent claims that they are “easy-going” and “tolerant.” Just look at California: it’s a police state run by liberals (e.g., California has laws that prohibit the state from doing business with any other state that “discriminates” against “transgender” people, even though […]

26 April, 2020

Posted by Socrates in Ayn Rand, Ayn Rand philosophy, capitalism, capitalist greed/exploitation, free trade, French Revolution, global vs. local/regional, globalization, International finance capitalism, international Jewry, international socialism, internationalism, jewed culture, jewed economics, Jewed philosophy, jewed politics, Putin, Russia, Russophobia, Socrates, supercapitalism at 10:16 am | Permanent Link

Protect your country in every way, White man, or it will be destroyed. Yes, big capitalism and free trade will destroy your country just as Marxism will, only more slowly. In the end, globalism is globalism, regardless of the flavor. Re: Putin’s Russia: “National social responsibility has succeeded where the crazed, simplistic theories of Adam […]

10 March, 2020

Posted by Socrates in egalitarianism, equality, feminism, Feminists, feminization of the West, France, French Revolution, Socrates, women, women and 'equality', women and bugs, women being bossy and demanding at 2:41 pm | Permanent Link

News quote: “France’s equalities minister has demanded an investigation after videos circulated online showing police tear gassing and attacking women on a feminist march.” What on earth is an “equalities minister”? But I guess that could make sense if you’re French: all the real men were murdered there in 1789, leaving only prancing Nancy-boys (boys […]

3 February, 2020

Posted by Socrates in art, French Revolution, Socrates, White art/architecture at 12:22 pm | Permanent Link

It’s tough to beat the art of Jean-HonorĂ© Fragonard (1732-1806; above: his “The Beloved Child”). Fragonard’s dreamy, idyllic paintings are still popular with White people over 200 years later. (Trivia: most of Fragonard’s well-to-do clients were executed on the guillotine during the French Revolution, which no doubt bankrupted him).

6 June, 2019

Posted by Socrates in France, French Revolution, Jerry Abbott, metric system, Socrates, Western civilization, Western culture, White inventions, White philosophy at 12:34 pm | Permanent Link

Liberal chick: “But-but-but, the French adopted the metric system! So did every other European country!” Yeah, whatever, babe. Good points made here. Someone said that the English system is “more intuitive” than the metric system. That’s right. How do you say, “it’s 3/4 full” or “gimme half of that” in metric? Wonder what Jerry Abbott […]

9 December, 2018

Posted by Socrates in French Revolution, leftists, leftists-as-liars, liberal 'tolerance', liberal mindset, liberalism, liberals, liberals-as-children, Marcuse, Marx, Marxism, Socrates, the Judeo-Left at 4:46 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: a California Proposition 65 warning sticker) I bought a tool at a hardware store. On the package, there was a sticker, which read: “Warning: this product contains chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, etc.” Bullshit. It’s a solid-steel object. Unless you file or drill the object […]