26 February, 2014

Supercapitalism Isn’t Your Friend

Posted by Socrates in Affirmative Action, capitalism, globalization, immigration, immigration bills/laws, internationalism, Socrates, supercapitalism at 2:32 pm | Permanent Link

Only mom-and-pop capitalism is your friend. International corporate capitalism is your enemy and is not what America’s founders would have wanted. International corporate capitalism destroys local mom-and-pop capitalism. It’s actually anti-capitalism. It becomes the only game in town. Which local mom-and-pop stores can sell batteries for $1 when SuperDuperCenter can sell them in bulk for 29 cents? They can’t compete with international corporate capitalism. And international corporate capitalism is often foreign-owned/controlled, e.g., by Japanese or Taiwanese businessmen. (Also, big chain stores must, by law, hire by affirmative action if they have over 15 employees, so they will, by default, bring minorities to small White towns).


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  7. 4 Responses to “Supercapitalism Isn’t Your Friend”

    1. fd Says:

      Marketing is simply buying and selling. Throw the fraud of capitalism in the mix and everything is poisoned.

      American capitalism is heavy taxes, heavy debt, heavy interest rates. That’s a lot of interference considering Laissez-faire means ‘to let alone’. 3d world countries tax very few of the workers. And you can sell whatever product you choose on the side of the road all day long without a tax number and permit. Try that here and you get a fine and possible jail time. Before the invasion, Iraqi workers did not pay taxes. I bet they do now.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      I would just point out that “mom and pop capitalism” isn’t really capitalism at all, it’s free enterprise. Capitalism of any kind is the dictatorship of money. Especially Jew-controlled money.

      What a surprise that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, a right-wing “pro business” organization, and McDonald’s, a trans-national corporation, would support amnesty for 30 million wetbacks. Big Business is the Big Enemy of White working and middle-class America.

    3. fd Says:

      “. . . we still find the greedy hand of government thrusting itself into every corner and crevice of industry, and grasping the spoil of the multitude. Invention is continually exercised, to furnish new pretenses for revenue and taxation. It watches prosperity as its prey and permits none to escape without tribute.”

      –Thomas Paine, Rights of Man, 1791

    4. Mel Brooks Says:

      Thanks Tim for saying it, so I didn’t have to. Capitalism is spinning money from nothing. Nothing, in this case being the nebulous money system that some of us are in thrall to, and all of us are victims of. It’s like I said to my well-off neighbor, who delights in pointing out his financial status to my po’ white ass-“all you own is the ink on your bank statement. there’s nothing to back it up, and a keystroke or a mouse click could take it away in a trice”.

      There’s nothing brilliant in what I’m about to say,but I’ll be damned if most folks aren’t even close to realizing it..the entire fucking thing is a fraud. Paper currency, the gold & silver rackets…it has zero real value. When your masters that run the precious metals racket, and it’s the same mob running the paper currency racket..have decided that it’s time to scuttle your pathetic attempts to “form a hedge against inflation” and cash in, they’ll dump their holdings into the market and you’ll be right back where you were in 2008, or worse. And they’ll reap your misery for a song.

      And sell it back to you for a profit.