Tuesday, June 30, 2015

"Too Me He Didn't Do No Wrong...He Just Shot a Cop"

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Stephanie King (defender of Cop Shooter, Najee Harmon)

(SEE the 1:30 mark of this tape; http://www.wisn.com/news/wisn-12-news-speaks-to-friend-of-najee-harmon/33719528)

THESE are the enemies of society that some public officials like to pretend are "part of the fabric our society." Violent felons and their apologists aren't "part of the fabric of our society," they are pavement...they are fodder. There is no constructive roll such people can play in a society. They have absolutely nothing to offer...except mayhem and madness.

They are NOT "victims of society," we, as a society, are victims of THEM!

Again, freedom ISN'T allowing the poor and dysfunctional to "live as they please," that is "license." In every case LICENSE is the enemy of LIBERTY. The individualism this country was founded on only provides "as much FREEDOM as one's productive efforts can afford."

Those who "don't see it that way," also don't tend to see work/productivity as a basic human mandate. In fact, too many see work as "wage slavery." That's a problem, because it makes that much needed quid pro quo, all that more difficult to enact.

Just as surely as Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdo─čan is right that, The term “moderate Islam” is ugly and offensive — Islam is Islam,” there is also ONLY socialism. The one leader who came the closest to making the failed ideology of socialism work was Adolph Hitler, a true socialist, who is infamous for saying, “We are socialists, we are enemies of today’s capitalistic economic system for the exploitation of the economically weak, with its unfair salaries, with its unseemly evaluation of a human being according to wealth and property instead of responsibility and performance, and we are determined to destroy this system under all conditions.” Those are absolutely disgusting sentiments that no civilized person would subscribe to today.

There is, for better, or for worse, NO economic system in which people are NOT valued according to the value that their productive and/or creative efforts produce.

Progressivism is Corporatism...and Corporatism, like it or not, CAN WORK, whereas the Command Economy CAN’T!

Sure, it is NOT as dynamic and creative as the free market, but it is not nearly as unstable either.

The sad thing is that America’s educational system is so poor and its media dominated by English majors, who not don’t understand math, the foundation of logic. In fact, it’s not just that they don’t like, nor understand math, most of them were deathly afraid of math in College!

Sadly, since virtually EVERY social problem comes down to some very complex quadratic equations (those equations with multiple variables on either side, like “Given that 4X X 17y = 16a + 3b find the values of a, b, x and y,” that aversion to math becomes a pretty big handicap.

As a result, they don’t understand the ideologies they themselves traffic in.

Many seem unaware that Adolph Hitler said much the SAME thing about socialism that Turkey’s Prime Minister said about Islam; "We are socialists, we are enemies of today's capitalistic economic system for the exploitation of the economically weak, with its unfair salaries, with its unseemly evaluation of a human being according to wealth and property instead of responsibility and performance, and we are all determined to destroy this system under all conditions" (Adolph Hitler, Speech of May 1, 1927)

Nor do they seem to get the fact that "Fascism" was originally a Marxist coinage. Marxists borrowed the name of Mussolini's Italian Party, the Fascisti (Mussolini headed Italy’s Socialist Party before forging the Fascisti Party), and applied it to Hitler's Nazis, in an attempt to gloss over the fact that the Nazis, like Marxism's standard-bearers, the Soviet Communists, were revolutionary socialists. In fact, "Nazi" was (most annoyingly) shorthand for the National SOCIALIST German Workers' Party. European Marxists successfully put over the idea that Nazism was the brutal, decadent last gasp of "capitalism." 

In truth, there is really ONLY one essential difference between the Nazi and Communist ideologies: Their responses to social class. Stalin preached class war and supported and encouraged class consciousness, whereas Hitler wanted to abolish social classes altogether and root out all class-consciousness. Both leaders, as socialists, saw class inequality as a problem but their solutions differed radically.

As proof, everyone, by now, seems to know that Josef Goebbels made a film called The Titanic, most of those in our own media and academia don’t seem to have any idea WHY the Nazis would make a film of the Titanic's fatal voyage in 1912! The reasons behind that film are largely ignored because the film blames the sinking of the Titanic on GREEDY CAPITALISTS, both in the UK and the USA, “who’d wanted to set a "speed record" for a cruise-ship traveling from England to NYC, thinking this would increase profits and the value of the company's stock.”

The fact that the film was made in 1943, the dying days of the Reich, proves that the Nazis were anti-capitalist right to the end, not just during their early days.

Worse yet, they don’t even understand their own history. Most are blithely unaware that it was the Republican, Teddy Roosevelt who founded the first “Progressive Party” (The Bull Moose Party) and ran for President as the 1st Progressive, or how Herbert Hoover (a Republican) became this nation’s first Progressive President and how that Progressive movement was led by international bankers (Warburg, Morgan, Schiff, Baruch, the Rothschilds). These disgusting people profiteered of wars, engineered recessions and depressions.

Hell, most of those in our media don’t even know the name, Louis McFadden, a Republican Congressman who brought impeachment charges against fellow Republican, President Herbert Hoover and conspiracy charges against the Board of the Federal Reserve back in 1933.

Richard M. Nixon, an avowed Corporatist and close associate of American Nazis, Prescott Bush (Republican) and William Averell Harriman (Democrat), both directors of the Union Bank Company (UBC) and Brown Brothers Harriman, BOTH companies charged under the “Trading With the Enemy Act” during WW II for their dealings with Nazi banker Fritz Thyssen, Hitler’s personal banker (http://www.theguardian.com/world/2004/sep/25/usa.secondworldwar
) completed the long desired unification of the two major American political Parties under the Corporatist/Progressive standard. Nixon’s “Southern Strategy” was designed to chase Conservative ethnic Catholics OUT of the Democratic Party, so that Party could become the Progressive standard-bearer, while the Republican Party, managed by its Corporatist/Progressive “Moderate”/”Country Club Republicans” (like Nixon, “We are ALL Keynesians now”) could play an ongoing game of Kabuki theater (the Corporate Democrats and a very pro-Democratic media ganging up on Republicans, as the Progressive Republicans take credit in “fighting the good fight”) as both Parties move the nation’s policies in an ever more socialist and authoritarian direction.

What’s sadly pathetic is watching dups in the media singing a song they don’t understand (supporting a new segregation – the segregated standards of “Affirmative Action,” ignoring, even denying the wide disparities in black/white violent crime rates and the staggering amount of black-on-Asian and black-on-white violence), apparently believing that they’re somehow “in the club,” when they are merely only useful idiots for the time being, easily swept away when the time comes.

Look hard at Stephanie King. That’s the face of the new “Brown Shirts,” the vanguard of something akin to a “Red Army” here in the USA.

In January of 1918, right after the Bolshevik Revolution, Russia was thrown into Civil War between the White Army (a large Volunteer Army organized by General Lavr Kornilov, consisting of a variety of groups, representing various political views over a wide spectrum from the Cadets (soldiers who wanted to continue the war with the Central Powers), landowners who lost land, factory owners whose properties where nationalized, devout Russian Orthodox Church members who were against the government’s atheism and royalists who sought the restoration of the monarchy. All those groups banned together seeking an end to the Soviet regime for their own purposes.

In 1918, the Soviet government formed via conscription, the Red Army of Workers and Peasants.

Lenin quickly demobilized the old Russian Army and appointed Leon Trotsky, who held the position of Commissar of War, as head of the newly formed Red Army in March of 1918. The Red Army was established rather quickly in response to the formation of the White Army, however, by the end of the Civil war the Red Army had over 5 million men.

The Red Army defeated the White Army and went on to torture and exterminate millions of Russian supporters, often simultaneously hanging people and setting them on fire, forming “human icicles” by stripping people naked, wetting them down and leaving them tied to trees in the sub-zero temperatures.

THAT is the history of Soviet Socialism

Many of the SAME ethnic and class hatreds seem to be playing out here today.

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