Archive for the ‘Globalization’ Category

On Whites, Blacks, Women, and Jews

February 4, 2010

There’s a misperception surrounding the civil rights movement of the 1960s. The myth states that black people finally became fed up with their treatment and with the help of enlightened whites became integrated into white society.

Shedding the myth yields some facts about global capitalism – the 1960s and the Vietnam War ushered in the final era of global capitalism, known later as “globalization”. Capitalism requires continually growing markets, continual increases in the number of consumers.

Capitalism hates racism, in the same sense that a supermarket likes all customers, as long as they behave themselves and spend money.

This is the same reason women became “liberated”, by which is meant they too became capitalist consumers and laborers.

The “civil rights movement” provided the ideal myth so that all parties could feel good about themselves.

We may have entered the next stage of human history after late capitalism. Capitalism and everything that goes with it was created by whites. The next stage, the apocalyptic stage, is led by jews.

The apocalyptic stage will last at least 50 years and feature terrible ecological and political convulsions. Capitalism as we know it will not survive. Jews are the “chosen people” and feel that if anyone will survive these violent times, it will be them. So they are excited and energized like never before in their history.

On the role of Existentialism and Psychoanalysis in Western Civilization

August 3, 2009

The 19th century saw the rise of two related phenomena – a global imperialist network dominated by the West and existentialist philosophy. This philosophy was taken for THE modern problem, and psychoanalysis developed soon after to solve the problem.

Nietzsche and Freud were the two great servants of the Western ruling class – one to invent a grand reason for existential despair (the Death of God) and the second to invent a perpetual machine to keep Westerners focused on themselves and not on the world they are in the process of destroying.

The point of psychoanalysis is not to work or to cure, but to act as a shower, washing neurotic dirt off the body (real or perceived, it hardly matters) which due to the corrupt West simply piles up again. Psychoanalysis is a game.

The neurotic perpetually seeks to “cure himself” – the most successful neurotic turns inward to such an extent that the outside world barely exists at all – hence the rise in asceticism in the West.

Existentialism has been ridiculously profitable for Western capitalists – it’s progress enabled Western corporations to run rampant over the world, gaining great power and wealth.

The point of Existentialism is not to *describe* Western culture as meaningless, but to *invent* Western culture as meaningless – to will that the world as dominated by that culture be meaningless. Existentialism didn’t describe a world in despair but created a world in despair, to depress it’s victims (who believe themselves *enlightened*!) and make sure they wouldn’t stand in the way of world domination by global capital.

We now live in existentialism’s aftermath. A corporate totalitarian nightmare.

The roots of existentialism and psychoanalysis

July 24, 2009

Existentialism and psychoanalysis were invented by the West in order to turn Western society’s attention inward, toward “it’s problems” rather than the problems it was causing in the world through world capitalism of which it was (and is) the imperial center. Existentialism is the leading cultural cause of Western global destruction. The neurotic is not waging a battle for his soul between wealthy dominator and compassionate decency, but endlessly self-absorbed, with ongoing “issues”, which serve as a perpetual bubble keeping the world at bay. The neurotic wants one of two things – either endless attempts at reconciliation, whereby he visits psychoanalysts, takes pills which don’t work, talks about his “feelings” over and over, or he’s “cured”, where he feels “peace of mind” with no substantial change in his identity.

Far from radicals, Nietzsche, Kafka and others are servants of imperial power, turning the West’s attention inward at the very time it was exerting increasing control through global capital networks. Existentialism fully succeeded in it’s tasks, and global capital reigned throughout the 20th century and so far into the 21st. Only the covert socialist Neoconservatives have thus far threatened global capital, and they’ve been shut down.

Merchants of Death: Exposing Corporate-financed Holocaust in Africa

December 10, 2008


The Great Land Giveaway: Neo-Colonialism by Invitation

December 1, 2008