Archive for the 'populism' Category

28 August, 2015

Posted by Socrates in 'McCarthyism', communism, communism in America, illegal immigration, immigration, Israel Zangwill, jewed immigration policy, jewed media, McCarthy, McCarthy hearings, populism, Socrates, Trump at 11:34 am | Permanent Link

(Above: Sen. Joe McCarthy (d. 1957), an ex-judge, ex-Marine and commie-fighter, who was brought down by the Jews) Actually, being called a Joe McCarthy is a compliment, because McCarthy was right: there were lots of communists in the U.S. government in 1950. Anyway, the Jews are starting to get worried. Trump could “legitimize” anti-immigrant feelings […]

14 July, 2015

Posted by Socrates in America, elections, political incorrectness, political persecution, politics, populism, Socrates at 1:00 pm | Permanent Link

by Kevin MacDonald. […] “But because of his celebrity status, Trump managed to get the criminality of illegal aliens on the national agenda. Even the New York Times covered it. And because of his wealth, he could run a viable presidential campaign without tapping into the billions of Sheldon Adelson, Larry Ellison, Norman Braman or […]

11 August, 2014

Posted by Socrates in conservatism, conservatives, Democrats, elections, politics, populism, Republicans, Socrates, voting at 2:02 pm | Permanent Link

If the Republicans do pander to “Hispanic” voters, they’ll lose their core voting base: conservative Whites. But if they don’t pander to Hispanics, they’ll lose future elections as America becomes more multicultural. It’s a no-win situation for them. The future strongly favors the Democrats – unless, maybe, some populist party, with lots of money and […]

5 July, 2014

Posted by Socrates in Huey Long, philosophy, populism, Socrates, Third Position, White identity, White ideology, white nationalism, White Nationalists, White philosophy, White plans at 3:12 pm | Permanent Link

Third Position people seem to be more populist than “regular” White Nationalists. They employ a “big tent” (or “bigger tent,” at least) philosophy, which could attract middle-of-the-road populists to the pro-White cause [1]. That isn’t necessarily a bad thing at this early stage of the movement, although keep in mind that, much later on, WNs […]

4 October, 2010

Posted by Socrates in 'isolationism', Horsejews of the Apocalypse, Huey Long, populism, Roosevelt, Socrates, war, war as a racket, war propaganda, World War II at 5:35 pm | Permanent Link

The Jews have always feared populism. They know that it’s a big-tent, “nativist” philosophy under which both Right and Left can gather. They know that the better-informed blue-collar gentiles are drawn to it. In fact, populism almost prevented World War II. Had it been a little stronger, had Huey Long won the presidency in 1936 […]