https://twitter.com/RealJamesWoods/status/1292970807203729408?s=09 Surprise: a lying Democrat! From someone who’s stuck in the past as much as Biden is, you wouldn’t expect such mistakes; aka he was lying deliberately. Typical of the left: have blind faith in educated elites. Think “97% of scientists” and other such laughable nonsense.
The anarchocommunists may be desperate to distance themselves from Soviet communism (almost as desperate as theyare to distance themselves from national-socialism), but given that the labour theory of value is a push-philosophy (a product’s price is determined by the labour that went into it) instead of a pull-philosophy (the customer chooses to buy that product, for that price, or to not do so. This makes it inevitable that economies set up to use Marx’s system become authoritarian. And not anarchist at all.
Capitalism (the free market-kind) is the most democratic form of economics possible. So long as you prevent the enemy (government) from interferring with the people or their choices, there’s a good chance you get democracy. (Actually, the chances of not geting it are close to 0.)
Suppose one walks into a TV-store, with a wad of bank notes in pocket. One sees a product one likes, but buying it, would result on no food for the rest of the month. Now, in capitalism, you simply buy a cheaper, lesser quality model, or nothing at all. In communism, you don’t have much choice, nor effect on the product. Because the TV take xx hours to produce, and there is not one person owning the TV factory with the incentive to make TVs cheaper, so next year the TV will still cost xx*(hourly wage in rubels) to buy. So you spend a year not having a TV, and then the next year you will still have the same unrefined product sold at the same high price. (But at least you could afford food, right?)
This feeds into my understanding/definitions of left-right:
The left sacrifices other people’s interests to their own petty pleasures:
the right is afraid of the left.
(so right-wing votes are self-defence votes; I’m not above saying I’m scared)
Look at 2016: most Americans were so afraid of Hillary, the experienced politician, that they voted for a TV-personality, in an attempt to keep out Hillary.
that’s why the LP won’t win enough votes: there are too many voters afraid of the candidate of the other big party, that their best bet t keep the other idiot out of office would be to vote against him, on the other big party.
Eeery vote is a vote against someone: whether that is a vote against a citizen ( on a Democratic party-poltiician), or a vote against a Democratic party-politician)
Elections are organized hatred.
https://fee.org/articles/fascism-socialism-with-a-capitalist-veneer/ Right, according to these descriptions, the Dutch state is quite fascist: Every citizen was regarded as an employee and tenant of the totalitarian party-dominated state: Given my study of voting-behavior of the members of Dutch parliament reveals their allegiance lies with the parties; the people sre not represented in parliament, instead the parties are; hence comacracy instead of democracy: power to the parties instead of to te people.
That’s the Dutch government to a T. The members of paliament represent the political parties, not the people, as suggested by the monotonous voting behaviour, with every member of the party-fraction voting just like every other member, meaning they follow orders from the fraction’s chair. Who represents the party. Yet, without shame, qualm or any other restraining emotion, there is ongoing taxation. Hmmm, what was it that some said caused the American revolution? Taxation without representation.
https://youtu.be/8_MS-_wBC2M VDH makes it clear that, indeed, the #EU is not a union, hence I speak of #EnU. In a proper union, all component parts work towards a shared goal. In the European non-Union, half the component parts parasite upon the other half. We dhould have taken to the streets, when they were imposing the bloody Euro. Look at the exchange rates: iirc the French franc was 1/3 the guilder, the Belgian franc was much worse, the Italian lire was about 1/10th. Meaning those governments all had such poor budgetary discipline, that they had to inflate their currencies. And thru the magic of Brussels they would suddenly start to behave? That sounds just like Marx, who actually claimed that people would voluntarily do back-breaking farm labour for no monetary reward at all. There’s a shared reason neither works at all; they can not; it’s a mechanical impossibility.
I expected something about climate when I clicked this vid: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qrUiHB5qJJ0 My goodness! Of course, the entire vid, but in particular the girl from Rodderham, who was found in a house, after neighbours called 999 because they heard a young girl screaming.
Police entered the house, found a 14 year old girl (who had gone missing earlier) almost completely naked and completely drunk. In the presence of a Pakistani man. The girl was arrested for drunkenness, made to sober up in a cell in the police station. The man (who, after reading the above, should be an immediate suspect of child abuse) was not arrested, not even asked about why he had an underage girl drunk out of her clothes in his house. (And neighbours called they heard a young girl screaming – that was the whole reason for the police to show up at his house!) What can we learn from this?
There is a lesson in here about cultural toxicity, and why immigrants don’t do themselves a favour by voting left-wing. This political correctness can only (and will) lead to outrage against immigrants. So they must stop voting left-wing! If only, because the left-wing does not represent them, rather it represents only themselves
Left-wing politicians are against natives, over the backs of immigrants who vote for them. And therefore vote against whites. (It is in their benefit to keep racism alive and kicking, so they will get re-elected.)
There’s the issue of the jurisprudence from the treaty of Versailles; the German people were punished for not having stopped the emperor ftom starting WW1 – a bad thing ™. This means that, for their own protection, the people have the right, nay: the duty to stop the government whenever it does anything bad. Now, given the incurable split among the population, this means that government is impossible, because one side will oust the government for not doing enough to e.g. reduce CO2. The other side will want to keep government from reducing this vital ingredient of life. The third and fiurth side will rise up when the government launches another (unprovoked) war. And number five will be restless when there’s not enough beligerence against “our enemies.” This means that stable government is impossible, but that’s politics’ own fault becausd without politics, the world would not have been cleaved in two equal halves (+ some enlightened middle-people) as is the case now.
There’s the issue of the jurisprudence from the treaty of Versailles; the German people were punished for not having stopped the emperor ftom starting WW1 – a bad thing ™. This means that, for their own protection, the people have the right, nay: the duty to stop the government whenever it does anything bad. Now, given the incurable split among the population, this means that government is impossible, because one side will oust the government for not doing enough to e.g. reduce CO2. The other side will keep government from reducing this vital ingredient of life. The third side will rise up when the government launches another (unprovoked) war. And number four will be restless when there’s not enough beligerence against “our enemies” This means that stable government is impossible, but that’s politics’ own fault becausd without politucs, the world would not have been cleaved in two equal halves as is the case now.
Bush said he was going to bring democracy to the Arabian countries that were victimized by the despots that DC put there (think Saddam, but many others as well). So what woupd Bush be bringing them? A regime that launches bull-crap wars just to keep the electorate down.