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Ederico
Saturday, January 17th, 2004, 12:04 PM
Ok use this thread to expose Capitalism, its advantages and disadvantages and how you view the Capitalist Economic System.

Spiritus Scientia
Saturday, January 17th, 2004, 12:56 PM
Capitalism should be a tool in the hands of politicians not a system under which our politicianís power is limited.

Money is a tool to make transaction of goods easier to do and not a scope for life! It is terribly sad having a world full of people with this craze of accumulating wealth. This is what I call money nihilism.

The society should be based on values and on hopes, on the family and on traditions. The society should work towards a higher standard of living for all itís members and not for the enrichment of a minority at the cost of the majority. The current capitalist system is extremely anti-racialist, anti-spiritualist and anti-values. Under the current capitalist system, there is only one aim, one hope: accumulate money. The scope of oneís life under such a system is to earn and spend money, nothing else. How can such a system be good for the progress of humanity? It cannot. Itís nihilist. It will lead to the humanityís and white race (if we adopt it) downfall.

The present capitalist system is a monster that even itís masters cannot control completely. It completely took over political power and itís ultimate aim is producing wealth AT ALL COSTS, even that of getting foreigners in oneís land, even that of ďenslavingĒ your brother, even that of going against any values and traditions our fathers fought for and lived with, even that of ruining oneís family, race and nation.

So, what should we do? Ban Capitalism? No.

Capitalism, when under political power control, can be very useful to stimulate research, creativity, production and innovation, all of which lead to a better standard of living. Thus, what we should aim for, in my opinion, is that of having a white nation with a government that takes care of itís citizens, that provides a safety net so that weak brothers can be helped to start being productive, so that intelligent but poor brothers can be educated to start being productive, so that all our white brothers will enjoy such a high level of life quality and such a deep bond between themselves, that this will stimulate even more creativity, even more innovation, even more research, even more progress, so that we consolidate our place as the best race.

Scoob
Saturday, January 17th, 2004, 08:32 PM
Capitalism's greatest strength is this: it is an engine of change and innovation, technological, social, and political.

Early stages of Capitalism produces a middle class, which is the #1 supporters of "bourgeois" democracy, like in the USA. (Think of the 1950's USA for an example of this, when the USA had the greatest "general affluence" - i.e., the average citizen was well-off middle class.)

Capitalism makes lots of new products, lots of cool new stuff. Unforunately, much of it is junk. It's profit-driven, which means quality is not important. Note that "fine quality" food, drink, etc is always marketed as old-fashioned. New capitalist fashion food is McDonald's.

(Also note that the microelectronics revolution of the late 20th century was generated by state-controlled research: the Space Program.)

Capitalism erodes old values, which many people see as used-up or obsolete (Capitalism makes them obsolete).

The greatest achievement (maybe a dubious achievement) is allowing the Individual to exist in a way not possible before. The individual worker faces the system alone in Capitalism. But individualism has its many failings also.

Taras Bulba
Sunday, January 18th, 2004, 06:51 AM
I'm opposed to capitalism. I'm more in favor of Solidarism and Distributism; which are basically the same except Solidarism is rooted more in Orthodox Christian thinking while Distributism is more Catholic is origin.

This gives a basic outline of Distributism and how it compares to Capitalism and Socialism
http://www.distributism.org/compare.htm

George
Saturday, March 13th, 2004, 02:48 AM
Capitalism is a system designed mostly by Jews which is used to steer a society, drain it, and finally destroy it. We need to sort the wheat from the chaff: keep the free, private enterprise and private property and individual rights and responsibilities, but get rid of usury and interest-charging parasitism, allow the state to plan and steer the economy rather than international financiers, and subordinate the getting of money to the creation of money by ending the consumer culture of mass hard-sell advertising, artificial fashions, tacky short-lived redundant goods , etc. and concentrating on raising the standard of living of the population by selling it good-quality, useful things. The state could build up national industries and technologies, providing unskilled and skilled jobs for our citizens and an inflow of cash instead of sending our jobs, technology and cash abroad to non-White manufacturing plants. The mass-media must be controlled by the state.

blut-ehre
Monday, March 15th, 2004, 12:26 AM
Capitalist Pros;
I would say since the meer beginning the main source which capitalism strengthend itself and society would be by its allowing the worker to keep whatever profit he/she made (back then it was he). This not only made more people want it, but it also made more and more people hit middle class and become higher on the social chain. And of course it originated in England ... so it is not a -->jewish<-- system, they would still be 'ancients' if it wasn't for our accomplishments but anyway... As well the capitalist system makes it a lot easier for people to find jobs and make a living in certain areas.
Capitalist Cons;
Sure, the building of capitalism and the spread of it throughout the 17th century was significant. All past references have been to further the development of mankind(europe) with Capitalism; however new age Capitalism is graphically on a downturn. As you can tell, through americas vast diversity all its people are losing sense of tradition/morale/race..etc.. basically right and wrong. Capitalism tries to spread this with freedom at an extreme point, taking away mothernatures enternal laws that shouldn't be broken. More and more people can set up shops, but get less and less attention with maybe 1-4 shops in the same city containing the same material. Many people live off the state as they try and pick themselves up; and or just live off it until they go onto the street.
Hope it's a o.k post >.>

Moody
Monday, March 15th, 2004, 06:29 PM
blut-ehre; "And of course capitalism originated in England ... so it is not a -->jewish<-- system",

Moody; Interesting how capitalism blooms after Cromwell allows the Jews back into England in the 17th century!
See the analysis of this in William Joyce's book 'Twilight Over England' [Noontide Press, ISBN 0911 03837X].

blut-ehre
Tuesday, March 16th, 2004, 05:00 AM
blut-ehre; "And of course capitalism originated in England ... so it is not a -->jewish<-- system",

Moody; Interesting how capitalism blooms after Cromwell allows the Jews back into England in the 17th century!
See the analysis of this in William Joyce's book 'Twilight Over England' [Noontide Press, ISBN 0911 03837X].

It could possibly be because of the harsh conditions the jews have undertaken and they prefer capitalism so they spread it back to their country and the other people. As well a bigger population due to jewish immigrants would help make the numbers that like capitalism rise.(of course)

old aryan
Tuesday, March 16th, 2004, 05:16 AM
It could possibly be because of the harsh conditions the jews have undertaken and they prefer capitalism so they spread it back to their country and the other people. As well a bigger population due to jewish immigrants would help make the numbers that like capitalism rise.(of course)
You must remember that there has been a strong jewish influence in Britain in the last 200 years (approximately). This certainly effected their economics, and politics -- vis a vis politicos like, hmmmmm .....Disraeli, among others:-O :| :(