Archive for the 'republican government' Category

5 July, 2017

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", Celler, Celler Rights Laws, Celler Rights Violations, communism, democracy, democracy-vs-fascism, democrazy, Fascism, government (types of), government power, Marxism, National Socialism, Nazis, neo-nazis/nationalists, republic vs. democracy, republican government, socialism, Socrates, White philosophy, White thought at 2:08 pm | Permanent Link

Marxism? (Nope). Socialism? (Nope). Democracy? (Nope). Fascism/Nazism? A republican government? A three-man junta (a.k.a., a triumvirate)? Which is best for White people? Readers? What do you think? America was a White republic until the “civil rights” laws of the 1960s, which forced negroes upon us; those laws effectively ruined America. Fascism is heavy-handed, yes, but […]

16 April, 2017

Posted by Socrates in America, America the White nation, America's founders, anti-White themes, college, Cultural Marxism, democracy, democrazy, First Amendment, free speech, leftism, leftists, liberal 'tolerance', liberal mindset, liberalism, liberals, political correctness, republic vs. democracy, republican government, Socrates, universities at 2:31 pm | Permanent Link

“The founding fathers put free speech in the Constitution” — well, it’s interesting that college liberals would acknowledge 118 politically-incorrect White men who would be very angry at the censorship of White speech on college campuses today! But really, someone needs to explain to the thousands of college loonies that America is a republic which, […]

31 January, 2017

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", Civil Rights Act of 1964, Civil Rights Act of 1968, civil rights movement, democracy, democracy in Athens, democrazy, egalitarianism, Jim Crow laws, Mussolini, politics, republic vs. democracy, republican government, Socrates, Trump at 1:43 pm | Permanent Link

Seen on the TV: a woman from some think tank calling America a “democracy.” (That’s sort of correct: America was a White republic, but we became a multicultural democracy in the 1960s with the passage of the Civil Rights Acts and the abolition of the Jim Crow laws in the South). The first democracy was […]

11 October, 2016

Posted by Socrates in America, America's founders, democracy, democracy in Athens, democrazy, history, History for newbies, PATRIOT Act, republic vs. democracy, republican government, Socrates, unconstitutional laws, USA PATRIOT Act at 3:55 pm | Permanent Link

— An example of lawmaking in a constitutional Republic: “As liberal state legislators, we’d love to ban handguns. But we can’t, because the Second Amendment prohibits it. We can’t re-write the Constitution.” — An example of lawmaking in a mob-rule Democracy: “Screw the Second Amendment. We’re the state legislature. We’ll decide what the Constitution means […]

31 July, 2016

Posted by Socrates in 'color revolutions' in Eastern Europe and Eurasia, America, anti-White themes, Cultural Marxism, democracy, democrazy, equality, equalocracy, jewed foreign policy, jewed politics, nation-building/nation-wrecking, republic vs. democracy, republican government, Rhodesia, Roosevelt, Roosevelt's Jewish cabal, Socrates, South Africa, Soviet Union, Ukraine, war, war as a racket, war as unnecessary, Zionism, Zionist lobby at 1:28 pm | Permanent Link

America has been pushing “democracy” throughout the world for years, even where nobody wanted it, e.g., in the Middle East. An interview with Jewish author William Blum: [Video]. More about Blum’s book “America’s Deadliest Export: Democracy”: [Here]. (Trivia: America itself wasn’t regularly referred to as a “democracy” until F.D. Roosevelt’s heavily-Jewish administration began doing so. […]

20 December, 2015

Posted by Socrates in democracy, democracy in Athens, democrazy, republic vs. democracy, republican government, Roosevelt, Roosevelt's Jewish cabal, Socrates, vote fraud, voting, women voting at 11:58 am | Permanent Link

In a democracy, negroes, retards and women can vote. Crazy, huh? After ancient Athens, democrazy vanished for centuries. Wonder why. Trivia: it was F. D. Roosevelt who started calling America a “democracy” [1]. Before that time, it was called a republic. Anyway, in a republic, the constitution is strictly followed, regardless of what the loud, […]

26 June, 2015

Posted by Socrates in America, America's founders, Cultural Marxism, democracy, democrazy, egalitarianism, equality, equalocracy, jewed culture, jewed politics, politics, republic vs. democracy, republican government, Socrates at 4:01 pm | Permanent Link

Democracy = negroes, Mexicans and retards voting for two-faced liars. America’s founders gave us a constitutional republic run by White men, but we fucked it up and turned it into a one-size-fits-all democrazy (also called an equalocracy) where any idiot can vote or hold public office. [Article].

28 January, 2015

Posted by Socrates in California, democracy, democrazy, dispossession & destruction, Diversity, diversity is hate, illegal immigration, immigration, mestizos, Mexcrement, Mexico, Mexinvasion, multiculturalism, republic vs. democracy, republican government, Socrates at 1:30 pm | Permanent Link

A perfect example of what happens when a White republic becomes a multicultural democracy: law and order disappears. People say that “what happens in California now will happen in the rest of America in 20 years.” So, you people in Iowa have something to look forward to! [Article].

16 January, 2015

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", Affirmative Action, Affirmative Action vs. merit, Celler, Celler Rights Laws, Civil Rights Act of 1964, jewed Congress, jewed culture, jewed law, private property, republic vs. democracy, republican government, Socrates, War On White Males, War On White People at 3:52 pm | Permanent Link

Hiring standards in government workplaces have been significantly lowered during the past 50 years. Why? Affirmative Action. Any outfit that employs more than 15 people must hire via Affirmative Action. They must hire “X” number of Blacks, Mexicans, women, etc. [1]. Isn’t it comforting to know that, when you are aided by a government worker, […]

8 January, 2015

Posted by Socrates in America, America's founders, constitution, democracy, democrazy, history, History for newbies, republic vs. democracy, republican government, Socrates, Supreme Court at 4:55 pm | Permanent Link

Newbies, forget any PC stuff that you see in this video and focus on the main theme. It makes some good points about a democracy vs. a republic. The Founding Fathers gave us a republic, but we have become a democracy. In a democracy, what the people or the plutocrats want, they get, regardless of […]