Archive for the 'George Washington' Category

18 July, 2018

Posted by Socrates in America, America the White nation, America's founders, George Washington, nation, nation-states, nationalism, propaganda, Socrates, WASPs, Western civilization, Western culture, white nationalism, White philosophy at 4:04 pm | Permanent Link

Just what does Hayden think the word “nation” means? A nation is not a country! Not! A nation is “a group of people who are alike.” The Japanese people are a nation (they also have their own country, which can be called a “nation-state”) and so are the Sioux Indians of the American Midwest. So […]

30 June, 2017

Posted by Socrates in 'isolationism', George Washington, interventionism, interventionism vs. isolationism, jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, military, North Korea, perpetual war for perpetual peace, Socrates at 12:28 pm | Permanent Link

That fat idiot in North Korea isn’t our problem. He might be a creep, but the world is full of creeps. Is America going to fight every creepy leader on earth? Our government said that Saddam Hussein was a threat, too. Was he? Nope. America’s military does not exist to fight wars all over the […]

4 April, 2013

Posted by Socrates in 'isolationism', George Washington, globalization, internationalism, Korea, Socrates, Vietnam War, war, war propaganda at 3:57 pm | Permanent Link

Thinking globally only leads to bad things (George Washington knew that). Example: an expert was on the TV, saying that, if North Korea and South Korea get into a war, America will, by default, join the war on the side of South Korea. So, White people could die in a war between gooks on the […]

14 September, 2007

Posted by Socrates in George Washington, Iran, jewed foreign policy, Socrates, Zionism at 4:41 pm | Permanent Link

America already took action against Iran in 1953 when it helped install the Shah as ruler of that country [1]. Will the U.S. again take action against Iran? Didn’t George Washington say, in his farewell address, that America should avoid foreign entanglements? [2]: [Article] [1] about the 1953 Iran coup: [Here] and [Here]. More about […]