21 June, 2011

The Joys of Supercapitalism, Part 2: Big Retail

Posted by Socrates in AmeriKwa, Big Business, business, capitalism, corporate 'Kwa, General Decline, Socrates, supercapitalism at 12:51 pm | Permanent Link

Bye-bye, mom-and-pop store with a few White employees. Hello, corporate retailer with at least a dozen non-White, non-local employees. (At least you’ll be able to buy batteries real cheap).


  • 11 Responses to “The Joys of Supercapitalism, Part 2: Big Retail”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      I’m starting to think that WAL*MART is some kind of Moonie-Masonic cult that’s out to rule the world. But I’m sure Big Jew is sniffing around looking for a way to seize control of it.

    2. Nigger Jim Says:

      The jews use supercapitalism as a foundation for their coming Jewish World Government. The idea is to have global jewish finance capitalism supercede the “nation state”. The Aryan Republic must formulate an economic system that is counter to the usury based jewish money system. Is there any reason why the economiic system that prevailed in Germany between 1933 and 1945 would not be relevant today?

    3. torrence Says:

      It is all so sickening. An Aryan Order would effortlessly reject America’s immoral Supercapitalism and shoot it’s advocates.

      During it’s brief display of brilliance, National Socialism demonstrated a better alternative. May it shine again.

    4. torrence Says:

      Once again, Alex, a benign, three sentence comment of mine never saw the day of light.
      There is a problem with this site that needs to be addressed. You need to explain the parameters that cause the filtering system to block comments from posting or for us to tell Jewmerica’s regulators to go screw themselves. No harm in doing both.

    5. Socrates Says:

      There’s your post, torrence. Yes, it was in the spam filter. Don’t know why. Maybe our spam filter doesn’t like you, heh, heh, heh.

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      Torrence, maybe the UPC sticker on your post fell off when you scanned it at the self-serv checkout?

    7. Doug Says:

      WalMart provides us, the customers, cheaper prices for goods than competing merchants (who are trying to get more of our money for the exact same product). That’s a good thing, for we value-oriented shoppers. We the customers get to keep more of our money. The root problem is the U.S. govt-run public education system costing us an avg $10k/student-year but providing students with no greater skill set than peasants in China, India or Mexico (where jobs are going). Our govt-run, dumbed-down education ain’t giving us skills that would enable the average kid out of high school to produce beyond the Chinaman, so businesses look at the skill level and labor cost, and see it makes way more sense to have everything made in the 3rd world. No minimum wage BS, no sexual harassment lawsuits, no SS costs, no threat of the warehouse nigger shitting on the floor of the bathroom.

      If our schools were ran privately, you better believe they’d focus more on TECHNICAL SKILLS, on CREATING STUFF, not immersing the kids in African Voodoo history month or forcing kids who like to build stuff to waste time reading The Scarlett Letter. These “social studies” and soft education are simply not preparing kids to survive in a free market economy where everyone can trade with everyone in the world. Govt-education forces us to pay a premium on an inferior product. It is the root of the labor problem.

      That said, I go to Walmart every week or so, buying only a few items (90% of the store is junk). I want to buy quality, so I don’t buy much from Walmart. IKEA has some good ideas, but they’re still not common throughout the USA. Walmart, as it is, offers the customers a far larger “consumer surplus” than its competition, which is in fact the only way a large company can legitimately (not using govt aid) establish a “monopoly”. It is a customer-chosen monopoly, but the problem is the low-quality of products, indicative of the lower-quality culture and browning of America.

    8. Tim McGreen Says:

      The thing is those “mom and pop” stores are selling the same chink sweatshop-made crap that WAL*MART is, only for more money. The merchant class has no principles, it’s all about the money.

    9. Anna Italiano Says:

      I concur that the Mom & Pop argument doesn’t hold water. I’ve spent much of my working life in the employ of small businesses…in nearly every case I was no better compensated than I’d be in large chain retailer. I live in a wealthy county and the small business people are strictly out for themselves and bad pay, no benefits and personal abuse that a big business wouldn’t get away with are the rule. And they are as enthusiastic about alien labor as the big stores are.

      The only local businesses I patronize now are mostly or wholly employee-owned. The percentage of immigrant labor is much smaller in these places, I’ve discovered, and the customer experience is paramount in these establishments because unlike everyone else out there-the staff have a stake in the business. For anything else there’s the Internet.

    10. Marc Rappaport Says:

      “Chink sweatshop-made crap”? Cute. You must be a very nice person to write things like that.

      I don’t know what you people are so upset about. I say let the developing nations have access to the same economic opportunity and empowerment we have enjoyed for so long by giving them our manufacturing jobs, while we focus on developing clean energy and green technologies to fight climate change. This is a great opportunity for all of us to become part of the Green Revolution. Don’t miss out!

    11. CW-2 Says:

      Walmart’s operation in the jewK is called Asda, the most annoying part of that chain, apart from all the Chinese junk, is hearing constant nigger ‘mood musik’ over the PA system. Sainsburys supermarkets don’t offend the ear with negro cacophony but they do offend the eye with aggressive race-mixing posters.
      As White Nationalist we must spend our food dollar wisely. Avoid jew and globalist outfits.