Socialism

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Socialism is a term used to describe a political, social and economic movement which emerged in Europe during the 19th century, principally as a response to the transition of society from one based on quasi-feudalism, to the rise of the Industrial Revolution resulting in a new financial class-group. Under liberalism, the old order became stripped away; a large part of the peasantry had been brought into sprawling urban areas to find work as labourers in factories to support themselves and their families. The Liberal plutocratic nouveau riche in many instances were unrestrained by the noblesse oblige of the old aristocracy and the social principles of Christianity, which had offered some protection for the masses. In addition to this, many of the new plutocratic class were aliens; Jews by race, inspired by the vicious, predatory teachings of the Talmud;[1] such as the Rothschild family. The socialist movement emerged to find a solution to these problems.

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Etymology

The French Saint-Simonist, Pierre Leroux, coined the term "socialism" in 1832. He associated the predatory Jewish spirit with banksterism.[2]

The term Socialism had been used for the first time in the British Cooperative Magazine in 1827, associated with the Owenite movement. In February 1832 Pierre Leroux,[3][4] a Frenchman and member of the Saint-Simonist movement, referred to socialism in an article in Le Globe. He used it specifically as an antithesis to individualism. This European movement can be said to have emerged in 1820-1840[5] and the leading figures early on were Charles Fourier, Robert Owen and Henri de Saint-Simon. Owen was one of the rare industrial magnates (prominent in the cotton industry) who showed empathy for his workers and created the cooperative movement to ensure a decent environment for the workers and access to education for themselves and their children. While the record of the aristocrat Saint-Simon, and Owen, is somewhat naive at best on the Jewish Question,[6] both Leroux and Fourier explicitly criticised the Jewish spirit by name, due to it's advocacy of parasitism and associated it with the banker mentality, showing from the very start a connection between socialism and resistance to Jewish supremacism.[2]

History

Criticism of socialism

Background: Transition from Feudalism to Plutocracy

The core ideal of socialism, it is said, was to liberate human potential from capital. Europe transformed from the Middle Ages into the Early Modern era from a society based loosely on the principles of feudalism; within which the predominating elements were the warrior aristocracy and the Christian Church; to one based on commerce (also known as oligarchy or plutocracy). The exact nature of this transformation has been heatedly debated, with social theorists such as Max Weber and Werner Sombart providing illuminating views. In general the "capitalist" spirit was closely identified with Judaism and in modern Europe, areas where the most Judaised branch of Christianity predominated: Calvinism. It's ascent to hegemony can be traced from the Venetian Republic, to the Dutch Republic and from 1688 onto the British Empire, then to the United States; Sephardic Jews were leading figures at the origin of every step in this chain. Freemasonry would also later be used as a means to network this change.

This process encouraged technological advances and for the middle-class, a more comfortable lifestyle and access to luxury goods (for which it was lauded by Voltaire and most proponents of the Enlightenment), not everybody saw positives. The drive to "get money" had removed man from the rural life, the rise of an ultra-individualistic "I'm alright Jack" view of the world had rent man apart from the collectivist idea of community. Traditional religion, local cultures and ethnic identities were uprooted in the process. New ruling castes, of finance monopolists or industrial magnates emerged and unlike the aristocracy of old, many of them did not feel a sense of duty to the poor or the worker. In fact, many of the leading capitalist families were Jews, who, due to their religion, had a contempt for gentiles and saw them as cattle to be milked. Romanticism, which arose during the first half of the 19th century, can be seen as a backlash and the seed from which both socialism and nationalism would germinate.[5]

1820-1840: Owenites, Saint-Simonists & Fourierists

In its initial phases, there were various national expressions of socialism, distinct to each nation, its circumstances and sensibilites. Noted amongst these include Charles Fourier and Pierre-Joseph Proudhon in France; Eugen Dühring and Karl Lueger in Germany and Austria; Mikhail Bakunin in Russia; Robert Owen, William Morris and Henry Hyndman in the United Kingdom. As well as this, Karl Marx a descendent of rabbis and a cousin of "Lord" Rothschild, created Marxism which he claimed was a "scientific" socialism. According to his followers, this new international Jewish religion must subsequently be followed with Talmudic precision by all of humanity and any who disagree are heretics, outside of the "socialist church". Lenin adapted Marx's pseudo-socialism creating Bolshevism, which was put into power in Russia in 1917 by Jewish bankers of New York City such as Jacob Schiff, leading to the murder of millions in the Red Terror.

As a counter to this Jewish hijacking of the name socialism and attempt to lead the people into destruction as pied pipers, new political movements, which reconnected with the original essence of the socialist movement and were patriotic in basis emerged; this included the Fascists in Italy, the National Socialists in Germany, the Falange in Spain and various sibling social nationalists who came to be allied with them in France and other nations. Because these movements were working in the interests of their own people, against the conspiracy of international Jewish finance and its masonic henchmen, the forces of plutocracy and Bolshevism came together in an open union as the Allied forces during the Second World War to destroy the true socialism of the Europeans and to murder the leaders of the people.

Developments

Early socialism

Jewish pseudo-socialism

Reasons for Jewish infiltration of the European movement of socialism is much debated. Some dupes assert that "empathy" for the masses was their primary motivation, however, the historical record suggests other reasons (1) to insert anti-socialist ideas such as cosmopolitanism, boundless internationalism, radical feminism, Europhobia, sexual Bolshevism which make socialism seem to be a negative, destructive and unattractive movement to the implicitly patriotic host nation. They promote these agendas so that real socialism never gains enough influence to reform the monetary system which Jews dominate (2) to gain for themselves a leadership role in all parties, so if political upheaval does take place, they are already in a position to push Jewish racial interests ahead of the interests of the host population.

Social nationalism

National Socialism, like other socialism, is anti-capitalist, but at the same time encourages private property rights and enterprises that take place in a responsible and solidary manner. The term "socialism" in National Socialism is in practice based more on Volksgemeinschaft.

Socialism vs. Marxism

The term was misused by marxists, who used it as a disguise to get all power of the state and misuse it for their own purpose. They established

  • political terror and repression, travel limitations, censure
  • general poorness by establishing very low wages, by the system created catastrophic housing shortage
  • poor quality of services and goods due to mis-management and planning errors
  • Jewish leadership on all areas of life.

While the marxists, a small group of mainly jews enjoyed a high living standard and all freedom for themselves. Marxist leaders were generally disliked by the majority of the population, and also the system was unpopular. National socialism, as an opposite to Jewish socialism provided:

  • Relatively high living standard for non-jews
  • Righteous distribution of money services and goods
  • all necessary freedom for the majority of the population
  • Liberation from Jewish leadership.

National socialist leaders, especially Adolf Hitler were very popular and truly beloved persons, and also the system was very popular.

Quotes

  • The class struggle had a just motive, and Socialism at the beginning was in the right. What has happened is that instead of pursuing its original path of seeking after social justice among men. Socialism has turned into a mere doctrine, and one of the chilliest frigidity, and it has no concern, great or small, for the liberation of working men. Karl Marx was a German Jew who sat in his study and watched, with horrible impassivity, the most dramatic happenings of his age. He was a German Jew who, with the British factories in Manchester before his eyes, and in the middle of formulating inexorable laws about the accumulation of capital, in the middle of formulating inexorable laws about production and about the interests of employers and workmen, was all the time writing letters to his friend Friedrich Engels, telling him the workers were a mob and a rabble, which need not be bothered with except in so far as they might serve to test out his doctrines.José Antonio Primo de Rivera, 4 March 1934.
  • Yes, we call ourselves the Worker's Party! That's the first step away from the middle-class State! We call ourselves the Worker's Party because we want to make work free, because for us, productive work is the driving force of history, because work means more to us than possessions, education, niveau, and a middle-class background do! Marxism, with its destructive theories of peoples and races, is the exact opposite of Socialism. Marxism is the graveyard not only for national peoples but also particularly for the one class that fights whole-heartedly for its realization: the working class. – Dr. Joseph Goebbels, 1930, The Nazi-Sozi: Questions & Answers for National-Socialists
  • This whole Jewish world, comprising a single exploiting sect, a kind of blood sucking people, a kind of organic destructive collective parasite, going beyond not only the frontiers of states, but of political opinion, this world is now, at least for the most part, at the disposal of Marx on the one hand, and of Rothschild on the other. This may seem strange. What can there be in common between socialism and a leading bank? The point is that authoritarian socialism, Marxist communism, demands a strong centralisation of the state. And where there is centralisation of the state, there must necessarily be a central bank, and where such a bank exists, the parasitic Jewish nation, speculating with the Labour of the people, will be found.Mikhail Bakunin, a leader in the First International. Profession de foi d’un démocrate socialiste russe précédé d’une étude sur les juifs allemands, 1869[7]
  • The Rothschild leeches have for years hung on with distended suckers to the body politic of Europe. This family of infamous usurers, the foundation of whose fortunes was laid deep in the mire of cheating and scoundrels, has spread itself out over Europe like a network. It is a gigantic conspiracy, manifold and comprehensive. There is a Rothschild — a devoted member of the family — in every capital of Europe. Vienna, St Petersburg, Paris, London, Berlin, are each and all garrisoned and held for family purposes by members of this gang. This blood-sucking crew has been the cause of untold mischief and misery in Europe during the present century, and has piled up its prodigious wealth chiefly through formenting wars between States which never ought to have quarreled. Wherever there is trouble in Europe, wherever rumours of war circulate and menʹs minds are distraught with fear of change and calamity, you may be sure that a hooked‐nosed Rothschild is at his games somewhere near the region of the disturbances.Labour Leader, 19 December 1891, paper of the Independent Labour Party
  • What is Patriotism? Love of country, someone answers. But what is meant by ‘love of country’? “The rich man,” says a French writer, “loves his country because he conceives it owes him a duty, whereas the poor man loves his country as he believes he owes it a duty.” The recognition of the duty we owe our country is, I take it, the real mainspring of patriotic action; and our ‘country’, properly understood, means not merely the particular spot on the earth's surface from which we derive our parentage, but also comprises all the men, women and children of our race whose collective life constitutes our country’s political existence. True patriotism seeks the welfare of each in the happiness of all, and is inconsistent with the selfish desire for worldly wealth which can only be gained by the spoliation of less favoured fellow-mortals.James Connolly, Patriotism and Labour, 1897

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References

  1. Omar Zaid (10 September 2010). "On The Talmud: A Breif Survey of Detrimental Facts". 
  2. 2.0 2.1 Daniel Hannan (10 September 2010). "Left-wing anti-Semitism is anything but a new phenomenon". 
  3. Online Etymology Dictionary (10 September 2010). "Socialism". 
  4. Ben Moreell (10 September 2010). "What Price Socialism?". 
  5. 5.0 5.1 Paul Corcoran (10 September 2010). "‘La Fusion Européene’ in Romantic Socialism, 1820-1840". 
  6. Jewish Ritual Library (10 September 2010). "Socialism". 
  7. Stewart Home Society (10 September 2010). "Anarchist Integralism, Aesthetics, Politics and the Après-Garde".