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Mitt Romney’s wife drives several Cadillacs

Following the perpetual ethnomasochism in our media, we now have instituted a new doctrine pairing with that : the cult of mediocrity.

It’s clear now, for those who still had any doubts, that the anti-American media’s only goal is to lead us straight to a soviet-like system, only very ethnomasochistic. In other words, they want Nationalsozialismus… without the National of course.

I don’t personally like Mitt Romney as a politician, and I certainly wouldn’t want him in the White House, but you have to respect what he has done for this country.
As CEO of Bain & Company he was credited for leading the firm out of crisis, and founded one of the biggest private equity investments companies in the world.
And not only did he enrich himself by bringing money into the United States, as opposed to the supporters of the American Business Model that do the exact opposite (Walmart anyone ?), he also chose to spend his money in a patriotic way, by buying not one but several American cars.

How dare he be rich ? That privilege should be reserved to the Foreign ! No American should be allowed to be wealthy, as that would mean less money for the Foreign invaders !
And not only did he acquire his wealth in a healthy way for our nation, as opposed to say public-spending profit-suckers, but now he also decides to spend it in a patriotic way ?

Such acts of blatant intolerance could only come from a nationalist, fascist, racist pornographer, intolerant child-rapist and maybe even a little antisemitic. Those acts go against everything propagandized by the media : worshiping the foreign.
That’s not demagogic / anti-American at all !
Buying American products ? What’s next, racial segregation ? Concentration camps ? He must be stopped at all costs !

He should of gave away all his money to the foreign the very second he earned it ! Or at least, he should of spent it promoting foreign films in our own nation !
How can a man aspire to be the next president of the United States, when he is not even capable of kneeling before the foreign colonization of our society !

He should of been proud to give his American money away to foreigners that despise Americans, and will probably never pay any taxes in this country.
He should of been proud to feed what’s left of American sovereignty to the European hegemony.

Did he even think of the consequences of his acts ? He could of helped an American company be more competitive and have more funds to spend on research, or even worse create more jobs in America !

No wonder the media is trying so hard to bring him down after that.

It’s stunning that the media would have more respect for a teacher (sucking public funds) that decides to buy Toyota or Volkswagen cars and then comes complaining about the “1%”, portraying him as the poor victim of modern society (bad banksters, bad government, bad America…), and exhibit successful and patriotic people such as Romney as the enemy.

Because in reality, we’d much rather send our precious and costly dollars to Martin in Germany or Carlos in France, which are very happy to receive them, rather than producing our own products and supporting our own economy, and maybe even sell our products to other countries that could give us their dollars for once.

What a pleasure it is for all Americans to participate in the wealth of countries that openly consider themselves our enemies, countries that apparently need our money more then we do despite the economical crisis we are floundering in.

What a pleasure it is for all Americans to enrich even more some already rich capitalists from all around the world that will never pay the slightest tax in America, and that probably vote for nationalist and anti-American political parties in their respective countries.

What a pleasure it is, finally, for all Americans to know that countries that openly promote anti-Americanism in all its forms will retrieve an increasing share of our wealth.

It’s so much better to “work” a 9-5 job sucking money out of the commonwealth, forcing our government to borrow or print our salaries directly from the Fed, then give it all away to our enemies while complaining that the government is screwing us up.

Americans already had a serious problem with ethnomasochism, but if we add to that the growing cult of mediocrity, I can clearly state it : we are fucked.

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Small government and debt reduction isn’t all

Public Debt in USAIn some of my more recent posts, including Ron Paul the most hypocritical candidate, I strongly criticized Ron Paul for being yet another “miracle elixir” charlatan when addressing to the masses. I also criticized him for finding easy scapegoats to blame and for distorting the liberal/libertarian message.

At the beginning of the 2008 economic crisis, precisely during the Paulson Plan, the bailout stimulus and at the peak of the socialist “Yes we can” campaigns, I correctly predicted that the public opinion would change from socialism to “liberalism”.

I will go deeper into this in subsequent articles, but the point is that the change of political direction of the masses was fairly predictable. But if on the surface the political opinions have changed, it’s really both sides of the same coin.
Socialism was simply running out of “miracle pills” for all society issues, so logically “liberalism” took over.
When I say “liberalism”, I am referring to Ron Paul’s propaganda, sort of based on liberalism… on the surface.

The problems in the United States are not so much political than ideological. Going from international socialism to international “ronpaulism” (sorry I really can’t associate liberalism or libertarianism to his policies) is not really what we need.
Sure it’s better to have an ethnomasochist government that’s not in debt and doesn’t fuck with our currency rather than an ethnomasochist government that does, but the core problems are still here.

The masses went from international socialism to international ronpaulism, thinking of it as a major change in our politics.
They went from :

  • cheering “Yes we can” to cheering “End the Fed”
  • seeing the “rich” as the cause of all our problems to seeing the “government” as the cause of all our problems (scapegoating)
  • defending foreign interests by bailouts and international aids to defending the foreign by non-interventionism
  • etc…

Notice that every scapegoat found for our problems has to be American (corporates, governments, the American rich class), otherwise you are labelled as racist.
Even the 9/11 attacks are blamed by the Americans on other Americans, since they are so scared of conflicting the foreign.

And if in appearance Ron Paul’s message seems liberal, it’s not.
I can’t stress this enough but liberalism means individual responsibility.
Is finding scapegoats a responsible attitude ? Blaming the government for everything (I never thought I would defend the government some day) ?

Ron Paul simply chose a few parts of liberalism that seemed appealing to the masses, such as the opposition to statism (that Ron Paul incorrectly distorts into the opposition of our government), debt reduction (which should be mandatory for every politician by now), low taxes and non-interventionism.
He added a good dose of ethnomasochism and foreign loving propaganda for it to be even more demagogic, and based his whole political program on those ideas.

But as stated in the title, those ideas aren’t everything. Neither the government nor the debt caused our huge trade deficit (granted that governmental intervention might contribute to extend it), neither the government nor the debt caused massive delocalizations, unemployment and foreign outsourcing, neither the government nor the debt caused ethnomasochism and the cult of the foreign.

Ron Paul is just another miracle pills selling hippie, just as Obama, Bush and all the internationalists that value foreign interests above American interests. He simply chose to changed his message to fit the “new-age” public opinion.

What the United States of America need is a serious nationalist candidate, with serious liberal propositions. We don’t have fifty solutions anyway.
A balanced budget is a requirement, but it’s definitively not a solution. Don’t confuse means and ens.