Archive for the 'Reconstruction' Category

2 February, 2020

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", Cultural Marxism, egalitarianism, feminism, feminization of the West, Fourteenth Amendment, human equality, Reconstruction, Socrates, women, women and 'equality', women in the workforce at 11:14 am | Permanent Link

I’ve said it before: women arrived at their current station in life only via special laws and court mandates, not via merit. Here’s one example: [Here]. (Note: all civil-rights laws are based on the 14th Amendment of 1868, a Reconstruction amendment which was not ratified properly. This means that all civil-rights laws in America are […]

30 December, 2019

Posted by Socrates in Alfred Rosenberg, DeNazification, Eduard Bernstein, egalitarianism, Ferdinand Lassalle, Marxism, Marxism and equality, Marxism as anti-White, Moses Hess, National Socialism, Nazi era, Nazis, Nuremberg trials, Reconstruction, socialism, Socrates, white nationalism, White philosophy, White thought at 12:34 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: in a Jewish-created “kangaroo court,” Nazi philosopher Alfred Rosenberg listens to Jews and communists lie about him before he is illegally hanged for writing a book, 1946). Re: this article about National Socialism (NS, aka Nazism), which was posted as a link on VNN Forum yesterday: Quoting the article: “These are highly socialist sentiments, […]

30 September, 2019

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", "Civil War", America, America as Wonderland, America the White nation, Congress, Congressmen, constitution, constitutional rights, George Wallace, history, History for newbies, Reconstruction, Republicans, Socrates, Trump, Trump's policies, Trumpphobia at 12:07 pm | Permanent Link

Just after the so-called “Civil War” (it was actually the War for Southern Independence, which was fought from 1861-1865), the U.S. government was in shambles. It was broken and was being run by usurpers and retards. This era was known as Reconstruction. It was a 12-year, nightmarish period of government by illegal rule and by […]

15 September, 2014

Posted by Socrates in "Civil War", black cops, black rule, history, History for newbies, Reconstruction, Socrates at 5:52 pm | Permanent Link

The U.S. “Civil War” was bad. Reconstruction (1863-1877) was just as bad. Here’s a quote from a Wikipedia article about infamous gunfighter John Wesley Hardin: […] “Hardin wrote in his autobiography that he then rode to get help for the wounded ex-slave (who died three days later) and that his father did not believe he […]