Salon: The Alt-Right Goes Anti-Capitalist

Salon has chimed in with a new article on the Alt-Right’s anti-capitalist turn:

“The alt-right is looking to expand its ranks, and prominent leaders of the notorious white supremacist movement apparently believe that leftists are an ideal target for their recruiting efforts. This is according to a recent article in the Nation by Donna Minkowitz, who last month attended a white supremacist conference in Maryland organized by Richard Spencer’s National Policy Institute. Minkowitz reports that leading members of the alt-right are currently strategizing how to appeal to leftists — white male leftists, that is — and their plan is fairly straightforward. …”

I wasn’t at the NPI conference and didn’t attend this strategy session. I was kind of surprised to learn that the NPI crowd was thinking along the same lines as the Nationalist Front. I’m sure it reflects the mounting disgust with corporate capitalism that everyone has been feeling for over a year now. Unlike the Left, White Nationalists have good reasons to resent corporate capitalism:

  • White Nationalists suffer from systematic employment discrimination. In the name of promoting “diversity,” Corporate America discriminates against the White normie. Unlike mainstream liberals, White Nationalists are fired from their jobs for their political beliefs when their anonymity is compromised. The “institutional racism” allegedly suffered by non-Whites is imaginary because their race is an advantage for them under the liberal order.
  • White Nationalists suffer from no-platforming by Corporate America. We’re banned and censored for our beliefs on the social media monopolies like Google/YouTube, Facebook, Reddit and Twitter. We’ve been banned by crowdfunding monopolies like PayPal, Patreon, GoFundMe. We’re been banned from Uber, Lyft, OkCupid, SoundCloud and countless other services.  Meanwhile, the CEOs of these companies like Tim Cook of Apple donate millions to the ADL and SPLC.
  • White Nationalists suffer from systematic discrimination in public accommodations. We don’t even bother with private hotel chains because only government facilities won’t break contracts. In contrast, mainstream liberals can hold conferences anywhere they want.
  • Corporate America lavishly funds the mainstream Left. Big business isn’t financing us. It is the other way around. They have the same priorities as Tim Cook and the Koch Brothers.
  • Corporate America has always been the driving force behind globalism. The Wall Street Journal is a mouthpiece for open borders and free trade.
  • Jews have benefited the most from corporate capitalism. They are the ones who have grown filthy rich under the present system. The top 1% are mostly Jews, not White Nationalists. Jews like Sheldon Adelson are so wealthy that they can buy our foreign policy. It goes without saying that we don’t have that kind of money. There is no such thing as white privilege.

In sum, we don’t have any reason to defend corporate capitalism. No one in the United States suffers more from these monopolies and their concentrated economic power than we do. Multinational corporations are enforcers of political correctness, not secret supporters of fascism. Whereas conservatives and libertarians are ideologically invested in corporate capitalism due to their roots in classical liberalism, the Alt-Right is not and descends from a very different rightwing tradition.

We supported President Trump for cultural and economic reasons. He was going to build the wall, restore law and order, ban Muslims and dismantle political correctness WHILE keeping us out of endless foreign wars and getting rid of our globalist immigration and trade policies. More than anything else, we hated mainstream conservatism and hoped the “nationalist-populist” Trump presidency would finally put an end to it. We wanted to move away from the rightwing liberal tradition.

Since Trumpism in practice has been revealed to be mainstream conservatism, we no longer have any reason to support the mainstream Right. The Republican Congress is pushing all the same conservative economic policies. It has spent the last year on healthcare, deregulation, bloating the military and tax cuts.  Next year, it wants to plunge into entitlement reform. There hasn’t been any change in our circumstances. We haven’t gotten anything in exchange for our support.

Conor Lynch goes on to make various stupid arguments:

“The alt-right’s “anti-capitalism,” then, is really just anti-Semitism wrapped up in an economic veil, devoid of any real critique of capitalism. Their economic turn is simply a means to further their movement and spread their racist ideology. …”

Southern Nationalists have a long tradition of rejecting capitalism. George Fitzhugh’s Sociology for the South, or, The Failure of Free Society and Cannibals All! or, Slaves Without Masters were a scathing attack on Northern capitalism in the antebellum era. The Southern Agrarians attacked Northern capitalism again in the 1930s. Neither focused on Jewish influence.

Capitalism isn’t a Jewish conspiracy. It simply has the effect of undermining social hierarchies, dissolving our culture and confusing our sense of identity. It is liberalism applied to economics. It creates an environment that enriches and empowers Jews by weakening the social fabric, relativizing our traditions and stripping “individuals” of their cultural identity in the name of abstractions.

Jews become market dominant minorities under capitalism and use their wealth to control politics and further poison our culture. This isn’t, however, a uniquely Jewish problem. It is a phenomena that has happened in other countries with different mixes of ethnic groups.

“Traditionally, anti-capitalism has been found predominantly on the left, while the right has historically defended the interests of big business (and other forms of hierarchy). …”

Tories have always criticized capitalism for undermining the social order.

“Alt-right fascists of today criticize capitalism for the same reasons: the materialism, the cultural liberalism (i.e., immigration, diversity, etc.), the lack of meaning and emptiness in the modern world. They do not, however, criticize capitalism as an economic system, nor do they examine the structural forces that lead to things like inequality and consumerism; instead they blame the “Jewish conspiracy,” along with other scapegoats (people of color, immigrants, foreigners) who are a party to the conspiracy against the white race. Thus, the fascist critique of capitalism is about as inane and incoherent as it is hateful and offensive.”

This isn’t true.

We do criticize capitalism as an economic system. Specifically, we criticize it for undermining the social order, corrupting our politics, empowering a hostile elite, invading the family sphere, destroying the workforce through global labor arbitage, poisoning our culture, exacerbating class divisions and bringing in millions of non-White immigrants who will never be assimilated and only exploited as aggrieved racial voting blocs. It is an economic system that by its nature is extremely destructive, culturally and economically, unless it is restrained by some other powerful countervailing force. Spiritually, it cuts people off from their social and religious roots and transforms them into lonely, wandering economic nomads who live in desolate commercial landscapes where they lack even the impulse to reproduce themselves or in the case of elevated mental illness and suicide levels to bother to continue living.

“As economic inequality continues to skyrocket around the world, only the left can offer a coherent and rational critique of capitalism. But the true test will be whether the left can offer a viable alternative to capitalism as well. …”

The Left used to criticize the “bourgeois decadence” caused by capitalism, but now celebrates it as the highest good of Western society. It also celebrates “diversity” whereas previously socialist countries accommodated ethnic division and promoted some traditional values.

By 1835, Alexis de Tocqueville had summed up the future of liberal democracies with capitalist economies. NEITHER the mainstream Right or Left has any solution to the problem. BOTH worship liberal democracy and are committed to the capitalist system which has brought us to this point:

“Among democratic nations new families are constantly springing up, others are constantly falling away, and all that remain change their condition; the woof of time is every instant broken and the track of generations effaced. Those who went before are soon forgotten; of those who will come after, no one has any idea: the interest of man is confined to those in close propinquity to himself. As each class gradually approaches others and mingles with them, its members become undifferentiated and lose their class identity for each other. Aristocracy had made a chain of all the members of the community, from the peasant to the king; democracy breaks that chain and severs every link of it.

As social conditions become more equal, the number of persons increases who, although they are neither rich nor powerful enough to exercise any great influence over their fellows, have nevertheless acquired or retained sufficient education and fortune to satisfy their own wants. They owe nothing to any man, they expect nothing from any man; they acquire the habit of always considering themselves as standing alone, and they are apt to imagine that their whole destiny is in their own hands.

Thus not only does democracy make every man forget his ancestors, but it hides his descendants and separates his contemporaries from him; it throws him back forever upon himself alone and threatens in the end to confine him entirely within the solitude of his own heart.”

“I think, then, that the species of oppression by which democratic nations are menaced is unlike anything that ever before existed in the world; our contemporaries will find no prototype of it in their memories. I seek in vain for an expression that will accurately convey the whole of the idea I have formed of it; the old words despotism and tyranny are inappropriate: the thing itself is new, and since I cannot name, I must attempt to define it.

I seek to trace the novel features under which despotism may appear in the world. The first thing that strikes the observation is an innumerable multitude of men, all equal and alike, incessantly endeavoring to procure the petty and paltry pleasures with which they glut their lives. Each of them, living apart, is as a stranger to the fate of all the rest; his children and his private friends constitute to him the whole of mankind. As for the rest of his fellow citizens, he is close to them, but he does not see them; he touches them, but he does not feel them; he exists only in himself and for himself alone; and if his kindred still remain to him, he may be said at any rate to have lost his country.

Above this race of men stands an immense and tutelary power, which takes upon itself alone to secure their gratifications and to watch over their fate. That power is absolute, minute, regular, provident, and mild. It would be like the authority of a parent if, like that authority, its object was to prepare men for manhood; but it seeks, on the contrary, to keep them in perpetual childhood: it is well content that the people should rejoice, provided they think of nothing but rejoicing. For their happiness such a government willingly labors, but it chooses to be the sole agent and the only arbiter of that happiness; it provides for their security, foresees and supplies their necessities, facilitates their pleasures, manages their principal concerns, directs their industry, regulates the descent of property, and subdivides their inheritances: what remains, but to spare them all the care of thinking and all the trouble of living?

Thus it every day renders the exercise of the free agency of man less useful and less frequent; it circumscribes the will within a narrower range and gradually robs a man of all the uses of himself. The principle of equality has prepared men for these things;it has predisposed men to endure them and often to look on them as benefits.

After having thus successively taken each member of the community in its powerful grasp and fashioned him at will, the supreme power then extends its arm over the whole community. It covers the surface of society with a network of small complicated rules, minute and uniform, through which the most original minds and the most energetic characters cannot penetrate, to rise above the crowd. The will of man is not shattered, but softened, bent, and guided; men are seldom forced by it to act, but they are constantly restrained from acting. Such a power does not destroy, but it prevents existence; it does not tyrannize, but it compresses, enervates, extinguishes, and stupefies a people, till each nation is reduced to nothing better than a flock of timid and industrious animals, of which the government is the shepherd.

I have always thought that servitude of the regular, quiet, and gentle kind which I have just described might be combined more easily than is commonly believed with some of the outward forms of freedom, and that it might even establish itself under the wing of the sovereignty of the people.”

Note: We don’t have the solution to this yet either, but at least we see the problem.

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  1. Capitalism never sleeps, it’s the only economics that works and has always worked.

    For English speaking North America, our pioneer ancestors avoided the English system of monopolistic Merchantiism as much as possible. South Carolina’s first 80 years demonstrates that. South Carolina was established as a proprietorship, not a Royal Colony, with the proprietors thinking they had profits locked in. It didn’t work out for them because our South Carolina ancestors kept the profits for themselves. In other words, they were good capitalists.

    There are some who think that they can quell capitalism, they’ll have better luck stopping the tides.

    • Capitalism, as laid out by Marx in Das Kapital seems pretty Talmudic to me. As I understand it, the banks control the capital investments. The more Marxist Soviet model had a Politbureau instead of the central bank calling the shots while the Federal Reserve and Bank of England and other central banks controlled western economies. Adam Smith’s “Capitalism” seems more like the natural order of things. Just ditch the central banks and we are probably there pretty quickly.

      • Marx was a lazy Jew who stole most of his ideas from Jean-Jacques Rousseau. He certainly didn’t define capitalism, but his ideas were adopted by some fascists either whole on in part.

      • HW, It doesn’t matter whether the Jews think we are being anti-capitalist because we can’t abide the inequality against our people, or that we are being somehow [sic] anti-‘Semitic’.

        To the Jews, nothing matters but the Jews.

        I said in an earlier post, you should to do an analysis and an appraisal of Distributivism.

        If the Jews think we’re trying to ‘kill them,’ (all 6 million of them) good. Let’s just go ahead with the fact that eventually “all Jews will need to be annihilated.” Confirm Henry Kissinger’s telling prophecy, that in less than a decade “Israel will cease to exist.” And then we can get on with the reality of restoring our country for us, by us: for ourselves, by ourselves.

        And stop trying to rationalize your way out of the corner that (((they))) purposefully paint you into. If a deranged psychotic tells you that you are “X,” there’s no way you can rationally dialogue with that insane individual, to tell him that you do not mean “X.”

        It’s best to let them leave the dead to bury the dead, and move on…

    • Pat Hines

      Capitalism was never a viable economic system…everyone hates Capitalism. It’s either SOCIALISM for Donald Trump’s billionaire class….or Socialism for THE NATIVE BORN WHITE AMERICAN WORKING CLASS…

      Anarcho Capitalists are literally insane….

      Ron Paul was exposed very badly during the POTUS debates when his health care policy was brought up during the debate….

      • You’re confused, Mr. Kearney. Corporatism, and its predecessor Merchantilsm, isn’t capitalism at all. Of course, government schools now teach that “socialism = good, capitalism = bad”, so I’m not surprised at your confusion, there’s a lot of people that are likewise confused.

    • And it’s not just a Jew thing.

      Look at Goy companies like Walmart – destroyers of small towns from sea to shining sea thanks to cutthroat Capitalist practices.

      And let’s not even talk about their huge lobbying power at this point, or their use of illegal labor (they’ve been busted dozens of times).

      • They’re working within a Jewish environment. Sure, whites still have sociopaths in our population who only care about themselves, but that’s due in large part because of practices that have developed in league with Jews. We’re living in a toxic Jewish environment, similar to how nutritionists say we’re living in a toxic food environment with cheap fast food everywhere and sugar in everything. Yes, everyone has a personal responsibility to stay healthy, but there are forces at work to poison us at every turn.

        Without Jewish parasites whites are self-healing. As long as we have Jews and shabbos goy cucks our racial immune system can’t function to heal our society.

        • Capitalism itself (the way we practice it) is not only a great magnet for Jews, but seems to also ignite the sociopath tendencies some Whites possess.

          Under the current system, vices are encouraged, greed is magnified, and eventually (with or without Jews), you’ll find yourself faced by oligarchs who will have the money to make themselves invincible and powerful enough to dictate terms (guess what, it’ll be cheap labor).

          That is not to say that free enterprise itself is evil, it’s just that without regulations and without attention, the most devious will always rise to the top by default.

        • Yeah, that we’ll deport them to their homeland – Great Britain (usually known as the JewK and/or Cuck Island)

          • generally the Yids take one look at the climate in the UK and immediately leave. The US has a looming problem with these 6,000,000.

      • Read : Who is king in America – by – William Federer. “Capitalism,” is the only and best system we can use. However … we need laws, ( with teeth, ) in place to prevent “predatory capitalism.” Also, 80 % of what’s wrong with America is no one has had an upbringing. An official systematic start at age 13 go to age 19 UPBRINGING so junior’s ready when he hits 20.

        This requires deep thought. You must form THINK TANKS and come up with ideas. This is an intelligent article and discussion. It’s a start. These are the kinds of things to be perfected then itemized in THE CONFEDERATE PARTY’S “CONTRACT WITH AMERICA.”

      • Look at healthcare, it’s a wealth transfer from whites to Jews with fringe benefits to blacks.

        It would be best to Nationalize Healthcare. Then we can get on with euthanizing nigs and stop paying Jewish quacks.

        • I would think that the fast transportation to Asia and back enabled them far more than internal highway systems.

          Without cheap shipping and aircraft to bring over Chinese garbage, no Walmart, no Dollar General, no whatever…

          • Walmart’s distribution system depends entirely on the Interstate Highway System, without it most, not all, but most of their stores would wither.

            There’s a huge Walmart distribution warehouse near the intersection of I-26 and I-385, west of Columbia. I’ve never counted the number of Walmart trucks there, but it could easily handle about 100 at the same time.

            Yes, cheap crap from China comes in by ship mostly, but it would rot at the dock without Walmart trucks, on the interstates.

  2. There are several confused terms, including the crony form of “capitalism” which is not, nor is technically the “free market”, because we expect property rights and contracts to be respected.

    You can only have truly free trade inside of a culture that already respects property and rules, and such free enterprise, market, trade, is amoral. It is efficient. It is not just (I won’t use the word fair since that is too fuzzy, but justice is a virtue that Christendom can define).

    America is trading with Chinese pirates (as they did with Japanese pirates before). They don’t respect contracts. They will even kidnap businessmen until they are paid for defective stuff. They kill their employees and foul their environment. And the west that respects life, health, property and promises can’t compete with them since the playing field isn’t level.

    But to pull the Cronyism in – We now have everything centered on Wall Street and financil engineering, and when it blew up in 2008, instead of bailing out the people who were sold toxic mortgages (either to purchase houses, or as investments), they bailed out the billionaires so they could pay themselves bonuses.

    We need to return to the small businessman, entrepreneurs. Factory owners that will provide good blue collar jobs at a wage where you can raise a family. We need to kill most of the Federal Government. I could probably engineer a really good car, but it costs billions to get it NHSTA certified and EPA certified, even if people don’t want or need the changes. Only a Ford, GM, or Toyota can afford to develop a car. Factories take forever with all the paperwork. Even farming and ranching are being killed – except for big Agribusiness. We shouldn’t subsidize ethanol since it is BigAg who benefits.

    The whole health insurance thing is a mess. Why do you need an AMA approved MD to write a prescription? Ask why there is no Capitalism there. Or banking and finance. Why can’t I open my own credit union with private (not FDIC) insurance, or even no insurance – I’ll keep a pile of cash for a fee, or if you want to lock the money up, I will match that with my loan portfolio. Oh, I can’t. We don’t want to call fractional reserve banking a fraud. Nor federal reserve notes worthless IOUs. I can’t contract in gold or silver though. Too much capitalism.

  3. May I suggest an examination of an economic proposal that might be viewed right off the bat as heretical simply because of its source?

    A number of years back a fellow asked me what my thoughts were in regards to where the Catholic Church was headed, in particular given the changes since Vatican II. I gave what I considered a fair and righteous assessment, including the deleterious effects of the tsunami of immigrants from the south bringing in their “Liberation Theology” along with their other baggage, said theology being a blend of Marxism and Chrstianity – Roman style.

    As the conversation continued he asked what this newer push for “Catholic Social Justice” was all about and I sort of muddled around the question a bit, essentially argiung that the “Church”, clearly Protestants included, were nothing more than a mirror of society rather than a reflection of God and damn near to a one were essentially worthless in their present manifestations.

    Yet a nagging throught stuck with me. In many ways the Catholics had maintained, in spite of their many faults, a fairly conservative stance on social issues up to 1965 and even today one does not see the disgusting “We Stand With Israel” banners so evident in Southern Baptist Churches and so many others. After all, it was the Catholic Church that came out in force against the filth in Hollywood when they created The National League of Decency in 1933, forcing the Judaist-run (See: “A World of Their Own – How the Jews Created Hollywood” by the Judaist Neal Gabler) to not just remove most of the disgusting elements in their films, but actually bring in both Catholic and Protestants to view their work before it was ever released for public consumption. If it failed muster, the offending parts were left on the cutting room floor.

    Ergo, what exactly did “social justice” mean historically to the Catholic Church? Not only was the answer needed for personal edification, if asked again I wanted to be ready with an accurate answer. So I studied the question out.

    This new fangled stuff is just that – new fangled. And not supported by any comprehensive encyclical either. The actual position, though one would never know it today, is a tad more complex. I had never read a Papal Encyclical in my life but for an accurate answer to my quesries I read Rerum Novarum (!891)and Quadragissimo Anno (1931). Thank God someone had translated them from Latin into English!

    I ended up in a bit of a state of shock when I finished them. None of it was “Give all your shit to a Messican”, nor was there any “Open your borders, Gringo!” Nope. They were essentially critiques of capitalism, and not particularly favorable either. Nor were they Marxist toned. Much of what we talk and write about was in them (not specifically, but the disaffection assuredly is) and the two Popes who authored them suggested, in effect, a free market economy but made up of massive numbers of smaller enterprises and essentially no uber-large corporations, a return to the apprentishship model to train workers, employee-owned enterprises if so desired and a cap on what the wealth of the richest of the rich could be. After all, how many billions does it take to satiate these creatures? I believe the suggestion back then that perhpas ten million dollars might be adequate? Ya think in “inflation-adjusted” currency that might be enough?

    Look up and study an economic model referred to as “Distributivism” and do so with an open mind. It has a bit of an unfortunate name as one can instantly infer some negatives from it, but most of the ideas are solid as a rock. Everything we see as wrong is addressed and I don’t give a damn if two Catholic fellows (G.K. Chesterton and Hillaire Belloc) were its originators or not. Oh yes, and usury is to be outlawed as God so commanded. If you think what these two old Catholic guys thought up is offenseve before you even read the stuff, look at what old “Thirty Pieces of Silver” WASP “Blue Bloods” and the rapacious Judists united as one have done to us.

    Take a look. You will be damn surprised.

  4. The use of the term “capitalism” is unfortunate in that it substitutes an infinitely elastic and inclusive definition for every economic system that isn’t state socialism. There have always been rich people, there have always been bankers. Socialism is the lie that the people who hold the wealth in recent history have simply gained it by means of an impersonal process of social development. It is impossible for Marxism to admit the nature of modern society as it is a system of obscurantism devised by the rulers of that society, the so-called “capitalists.” Marxism offers no legitimate or even meaningful criticism of so-called “capitalism.”

  5. They’re right that it’s not about capitalism it’s about anti-Semitism, or rather anti-Jewish-exploitation-of-whites. It doesn’t matter what game you play if there’s always a cheater and subversive in the game. It doesn’t matter what economic system we’re under with Jews and niggers in political power exploiting whites. Jews are cheaters and thieves always working against the host population. I’ll take any economic system in a white ethnostate over a multiracial, Jewish controlled system exploiting whites.

  6. the upper class of today hates whites and loves non-whites and immigrants…but this is nothing new…the upper class and the corporations it controls have always sought cheap labor…and they obtained that cheap labor via nonwhites and immigrants…but the white working class has always sought to keep out cheap nonwhite and immigrant labor…because the white working class wanted to keep their own wages high… that has always been the case…

    nothing has changed…except that nowadays extensive schooling is needed because of white collar work…and because the white working class needed more schooling starting about 80 years ago or so, the upper class was able to program whites using the educational curriculum, which they controlled via the elite colleges…

    the elite colleges have always been a stronghold of the upper class in america, starting hundreds of years ago….as education became more prevalent, the influence of the elite colleges grew…and the elite colleges, being borne of the upper class, took on the perspective and values of the upper class….thus the educational curriculum because steeped in anti-white/pro-nonwhite multiculturalism….that philosophy, after all, is what put money in upper class wallets for hundreds of years….they buy labor, and we sell it.

    Anti-white multiculturalism is just Capital vs Labor, redux.

  7. “Our” capitalist Jewish bankers financed Lenin. Then there’s that book by Anthony Sutton: “:The Best Enemy Money Can Buy.” Guess who financed Uncle Joe Stalin? Who helped build the Soviet military? And didn’t Bubba Clinton allow Loral Corp to sell MIRV technology to the Chinese? And ad on infinitum…

  8. Although Yanis Faroufakis is the mortal enemy of the Greek Working Class…for his own personal reasons…..his books are an outstanding and deep critique of GLOBAL CAPITALISM..Faroufakis is a bona fide smart guy…So I highly recommend reading his books…..

    Ravi Batra’s books are excellent also….

    Noam Chomsky’s critique of Capitalism are also well thought out and solid….

    I also recommend HA JOON CHANGS’…”KICKING AWAY THE LADDER”…for a devastating critique of Capitalism….

    Herman Daly’s critique of the principle of comparative advantage is outstanding…..


    Also check out ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS…..


  9. Do you think Donald Trump raised his children according to Capitalist rugged free market Ayn Rand principles….to ask the question…is to answer the question….Ayn Rand in her old age was taken care of by Medicare….

  10. Golly, you are all singing my song. DOWN WITH CAPITALISM!!!!

    What a joke of an economic system. All of it’s church attendees are broke and still telling us how good it is. Here’s a definition for capitalism: economic Marxism. Meanwhile all of the big business types are loving the economy.

    Have you all ever wondered why they talk about the economy so much on the local news? Average Joe’s have no short term impact on the economy and receive nothing from a good economy. All the news is doing is creating a happy slave population. The wealthy don’t care about all the economics news either because it doesn’t affect them, they are going to get paid in any economy good bad or ugly.

  11. Let me add, this year my cousin killed himself. A young man maybe 23 years old who did so because he felt like he couldn’t get ahead in life. I know what he went through because I have been living it.

    What infuriates me is I am probably the only person in my family that knows the underlying problems pushing young people into this dark place. Everyone else in my family wants to talk about “all the usual suspects” …alcohol, distance from family, lack of church, etc.

    The obvious truth is slapping everyone on the nose.

    • I am terribly sorry to hear that you lost your cousin to suicide. I’m afraid many white people are feeling various levels of despair, both young, middle aged, and older, too. Several years ago, the son of a neighbor killed himself for the same reason — he was unable to find work at all, even though he was trained as a nurse.

      • @Le Hunt

        Thanks, it’s worth converting these kinds of pains into passion to change this society. The young people need more opportunity ahead of them. A 23 year old should not feel like they have lived life to the fullest and their best days are behind them!

  12. Anti-Capitalism coming from whites who without fail pay their (((cable/satellite))) bill on time every month because they just can’t be without television.
    Anti-Capitalism from whites who won’t stop shopping on Amazon for the latest material item that they simply must have, instead of supporting the local white merchant/entrepreneur.
    Anti-Capitalism from whites who have never set foot outside of America.


    Capitalism has done fine by me and my family for decades. No one ever held a gun to my head and made me spend my hard earned pay until Obamacare came down the pipe.

    Muds love being anti-capitalists, why in the fuck would any white want to be like that?

    • There is a ton of difference between favouring a market society and following an ideology that places the pursuit of money and power as society’s organizing principle and its primary, nay, only, goal.

      Capital-ism, the latter, is a problem in many ways.

      One does not need to be anti-market to be anti-capitalist.

      But, I can tell that for you it is much more important to miss the point entirely and to be, ironically, dismissive.

      Check back with us once you’re read a book or two, will ya?

      Because at the moment, you’ve labelled yourself as a shallow poseur.

    • @truth corps

      You are naive. Yes no one held a gun to your head, but they have forced your hand on how to spend your money and where. They do this all the time. And it’s getting more true as we go and smaller businesses get eaten by big fish……….oh wait those were just “smart business men” in your religion of capitalism, right?

      I think they are crooks who get laws passed in their favor and push little guys around until it makes it all the same uniform system. My buddy at work said it right and didn’t even realize it “every town in America looks the same.” You just wait until this Amazon revolution is played out, there will not be even a Walmart in towns across America. No jobs, McDonald’s on every corner with “not hiring” signs.

      “Capitalism has done fine by me and my family for decades.” I seriously doubt you have avoided the deflated money curve that every other American has dealt with.

  13. Followed that link to FEE. Wow, just wow. As a one-time adherent of the libertarian faith, I can see right through that clown just by skimming the article. There are no mirrors in the libertarian houses of worship either, apparently.

    Nihilism, atomism, and the glory of the rootless cosmopolitan gifted with IQ and, more importantly, but never mentioned in the libertarian utopia, Daddy’s money and social connections.

    Stay tuned for Tucker’s next book: “All Humans are Tabula Rasa and How to Build the Libertarian Society.”

    Oh, wait. Libertarian Society is an oxymoron, that morons like Tucker just don’t get.

    The unexamined life is not worth living…unless you make a great living in a well-funded ‘think tank.’

  14. If it is asked…

    Who is the man with the most Capital?

    A) Jesus Christ
    B) Jeff Bezos
    C) The Perfect Man

    What would a Southron say?

    A white (S)upremacist would say that the man with the most credibility is the man with the most Capital such that the man with the most Capital is the man with the most credibility. A “break-even,” “credit where credit is due” philosophy of perpetuating economic activity.

    MRKA circa 2017 is an anti-(C)apitalist warzone where the insatiable desire for higher status sans substantive credibility is only outdone by the flow of material goods to the least credible of individuals and groups of individuals.

    The Southern Monopoly must rise again.

  15. If *you* only know (C)apitalism as a materialist would then you are a radical leftist.

    The article should be framed as a subset of alt-rite being converged by radical leftists INTO anti-(C)apitalist/anti-(S)upremacist mindset.

  16. It was quite funny to get a response from certain Nazi poseurs about Nationalized Healthcare. The system in Hitler’s Germany was highly centralized and nationalized. This dated back to Bismarck of course, but Hitler chased out the Jewish quacks who performed expensive private clinical practice and chased them out of the university hispitals too. The overall effect was to allow the start of necessary euthanasia and sterilization so that the undesirables could not reproduce.

    Higher birthrates for desirable white populations would immediately take effect.

    • Why don’t you kindly stop cluttering these articles with your asinine troll comments and go occupy yourself with some British website. Or go be a father to all your “sons” you keep mentioning, if they are even yours at all. Which I really doubt, considering what an obnoxious queer you obviously are.

      • One good thing about fully nationalized Healthcare is that circumcision was stopped dead in its tracks by the overhaul. The majority of white American men are circumcised (harvesting body parts for middle age crones) apparently which was a bit of shock to me when I had to discuss this with the OBgYN after my first boy was born. I flatly told the doc to ”fuck off, I’m Catholic not Jewish you are not operating on my son.” And that was before I was even remotely conscious of the JQ.

        All you’ve taken is circumcised dick all your life.

        • God you are vile. Go air your inadequacy about you and your wife’s son’s undersized private parts somewhere else, you misogynist eurotrash fag.

          • I don’t have herpes but dealing with your outbursts probably isn’t much easier.

            Go suck the roman c**k you love so much.

            You really are vile and we’re all sick of it.

          • Where did you get the idea I’m a Catholic?

            When Mormons come to call and chat about god it’s always a good ruse to say:

            “Sorry I’m Catholic I don’t believe in God.” And then shut the door firmly.

            The Doc was a Jew.

          • Go home. You are not an american and you have no right harassing people on here with your sexual vulgarity that usually only italians engage in.

          • Onceler,

            When you are done editing your piece for The Nation, copy and pasta the link, I like a laugh.

  17. Capitalism and market economy is doomed from the beginning. Market economy is Darwin theory in real life. And unfortunately, survival fight is not winned by best and brightest but by the worst guys who are ready to go over dead bodies and for who nothing is too cruel or unethical or just dirty.

    As a result, winners and elite in capitalism will be the worst part of society. The result will be revolt. Yes, 1917 revolution was hijacked by jews and ended up in horror but the ruling elite and clergy and those capitalists were so bad people that they deserved it.

    When you own factory with 5000 workers and all 5000 want you dead, then probably you are not the best boss…:D

    • Aesthetic intervention rather than state intervention. That’s what you are prescribing.

  18. “The alt-right’s “anti-capitalism,” then, is really just anti-Semitism wrapped up in an economic veil, devoid of any real critique of capitalism. Their economic turn is simply a means to further their movement and spread their racist ideology. …”

    From the point of view of the political elites ‘alien’ invasion is actually desirable. The elites already view the current population as politically dangerous. Replacing them with a less dangerous group doesn’t affect their own safety or quality of life. It actually enhances it because the new comers are easier to exploit economically than the native citizens.

  19. It’s obvious to the most casual observers that the elected officials now serves the interests of a transnational financial-media political elite whose axis rests on London-New York; Zionist Occupation Government. Not only because of its support for the Zionist enterprise in Israel but because its dominant personalities are Jews.

  20. “When the time arrives, the workers’ only responsibility will be to fight for the future of the Jewish people. Without being aware of it, the laborer is put to work for the very power that he believes he is fighting against. He is led to believe he is acting against capitalism, and therefore he is easily made to fight for capitalism. The cry is heard against international capital, but the real target is the national economy. The current economy must be destroyed so that the international stock exchange can replace it on the corpse-strewn battlefield, with Jewish financial world interests… (Mein Kampf, p.212)

    ….The new race-based state can best care for the welfare of its citizens by recognizing the importance of the individual’s value in anything and everything relating to the operation and leadership of the community. Maximizing production in every field assures that every individual receives the maximum possible share of that overall output. For that reason, the new race-based State must remove the current obscene political leadership, especially the highest leadership positions, from the grip of majority rule by parliament. This will assure that it will be replaced by the right of the individual, and personal responsibility will be placed there instead.” (Mein Kampf, p.303)

  21. If Richard Spencer and Paul Kersey and the Alt Right CUCKS on the homo marriage issue…then the Alt Right should be blown up and replaced with something else…..

  22. And let’s put the FINAL nail in the coffin….capitalism has never actually been “free market laissez faire.” As long as there is a big G in charge they always start immediately regulating!
    In America we had just won our war for Independence and our big G starts regulating trade in ports.

    The only economy that makes sense is an economy that supports the supporting population.


    • No it’s because Jews act in an anti-competitive nepotistic collective and Anglos reflexively act as sceptical individualists.

      Hitler had the right idea nationalizing Healthcare in Germany. It helped the profession comb out the Quacks and enabled an effective eugenics program.

    • @eisenkreutz

      You need to understand how the media plays you into feeding Wall Street (fueling moguls business), it’s evil to coerce the working man into funding your business. We call the wall street/media relationship a legal ponsi scheme.

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