Originally posted by Germanicus
The capitalist way is not the only way.
I don't think it's a good idea to automatically refer to organic agriculture as a form of Communism. Farming predates anything referred to as either
Socialism or Communism, by a very long period.
I know what you are saying, but understand that some people won't; and the entire reason why the Illuminati invented Socialism and Communism was to
create and exploit confusion. The cabal wanted to reverse people's thinking about the genuinely positive and beneficial elements of human nature,
such as altruism; and they did that by falsely associating it with an economic and social ideology, which also later became internationally associated
In other words, some of the core behaviours associated with what is generally referred to as Communism, are extremely positive; generally most of
those predate Communism by a very long time, as noted. The problem is that said positive elements of human nature have become associated with mass
murder, which is exactly what the cabal wanted. They want people to associate the label of Communism with traditional, instinctive human behaviour
patterns, because doing so will lead people to believing that said instinctive behaviour patterns are an inherently bad thing, which will then cause
them to suppress and abandon them.
This has very largely happened with the American population. A disturbingly large number of Americans have come to believe that altruism and
compassion are actually immoral, because they are associated with "Communism."
Thus, of all the monstrous things that the cabal have done, the invention of Communism as a false label for equality and altruism, is by far one of
the blackest and worst. It is one of the central lies which threatens to render our species extinct.
If you want a legitimate ideological basis for reciprocal altruism, read Kropotkin's Mutual Aid
, Edward Bellamy's Looking Backward
, and Lyssa Royal's channelled material about the Pleiadian Equal Value System. Do not go anywhere near Lenin, Trotsky, (who was the
Illuminati's appointed handler for Stalin) or Marx. Read Bakunin if you want, but be aware of the fact that a lot of contemporary Socialists tend to
internalise his philosophy entirely, and recite it to people rote, without applying any of their own critical thinking to it. You should not want to
do that with any
On the Left side of the fence, I'd also recommend Lierre Keith's The Vegetarian Myth.
Keith is one of the most potent examples I've ever seen,
of the core female Leftist archetype; feminist, short haired, homosexual, and previously vegan. Her book, however, is one of the most intelligent
I've ever read, as well as being passionate, and she is the first example of her archetype that I have seen, who has been willing to allow my gender
the right to exist.
Some of what Chomsky says is worthwhile, but it's also important to understand that he has been referred to as a Leftist "gatekeeper." In other
words, the reason why he hasn't been shot or given a plane crash, is because his material often includes what the cabal actually want people to
believe, where Leftist ideology is concerned. He still advocates globalism, albeit a different form; and the cabal are quite happy with that.
It's also a false dichotomy to make blanket implications that, "Communism/Marxism = good, Capitalism = bad." Most of what gets referred to as
Capitalism these days actually isn't, according to the individuals who wrote most of the theory. Yes, you have von Mises and Friedman, who are
probably the two theorists whose ideas have the most in common with the out of control corporate model which is standard issue today. I do not
condone the ideologies of either of those men, although von Mises did make some
statements that I considered worthwhile, if only more of
Capitalism's self-identified advocates would actually listen. Friedman advocated a total absence of corporate accountability, and I have serious
problems with von Mises' ideas about private property, as well.
Rand in particular, however, receives a lot more vilification and criticism than she genuinely deserves. Most of the people who criticise her,
generally haven't bothered to actually read her material first. There's also ridiculous things such as Anton LeVay, the founder of the American
Church of Satan, declaring his approval of Rand's philosophy; and his doing so has had fairly predictable results for Objectivism's reputation,
As well as some of Rand's material, I'd also recommend Sir William Reese-Mogg's The Sovereign Individual
. Examples of truly intelligent
material from the Right are sadly very rare, so it's worth tracking down those that do exist.
I try not to veer too far to the Left or the Right. Balance brings peace.
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