Democrats and their justifications for “national socialism”

MIM has argued against the left-wing of parasitism for over 20 years for its white focus. On April 9, 2010 Bill Quigley demonstrated that the blockheads of the phony left still don’t get it. This is all the more disturbing because Quigley is the director of the Center for Constitutional Rights. While posing as playing some kind of libertarian role, Quigley carries out the crudest of racial propaganda on behalf of the Democrats.

Granted, Quigley starts out his article at the Democratic Party flagship “Huffington Post” correctly by criticizing Republican voters who cannot distinguish between what most people in the world call “socialism” and the corporatism that the Democrats actually carry out. Let us agree that the John Birch Society booklets have had entirely too much influence among Republican voters and let’s acknowledge that the average Republican voter is a tad bit less intelligent than the average Democratic voter.

Nonetheless, popular confusion is no excuse for spreading white nationalist propaganda like Quigley’s. Careful reading of the Quigley article reveals the following two tricks account for the entirety of its content:
1. Focus on relative “keep up with the Joneses” envy within the richest countries, not the overall global situation.
2. Focus on countries with white majorities.

Quigley’s own admission runs as follows:

“Consider the US in comparison to the rest of the 30 countries that join the US in making up the OECD — the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. These 30 countries include Canada and most comparable European countries but also include some struggling countries like Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Korea, Mexico, Poland, Slovak Republic, and Turkey.”(1)

The whole article is about 30 countries, the vast majority of which are mostly white.

By contrast, the “Fox News” article Quigley is trying to rebut counts all the world’s countries in its analysis. Yes, it’s true, “Fox News” is more internationalist than the Democrats. For their justification, the Democrats point to the Oreos, Coconuts, Twinkies and Radishes that vote for them. Quigley points the Blacks, Latinos, Asian-descended and First Nation people toward “keeping up with the Joneses,” a bourgeois, me-first ideology that directs Third World-descended people away from their roots and toward conflicts within the richest 10% of people in the world.

MIM pointed out in 2007 and many times before that over the decades that it is the Democrats who put forward the economic degradation theories fueling fascism. When a pizza parlor started taking Mexican pesos as payment the result was death threats.

“These death threats and twisted patriotism are the practice and the left-wing of parasitism talking about economic degradation of white workers is the theory. Lou Dobbs on CNN, Bob Afakean, Che-Libs and most of those calling themselves ‘socialist’ are the theory and KKK is the practice.(2)

MIM has fought these white nationalists over two decades; yet, still they unabashedly continue exclusion of Third World-descended peoples from their analysis. There is no excuse for Democratic Party racism. Third World-descended people should stop supporting the Democratic Party and its allied institutions and instead support independent institutions of the oppressed.

1. “Nine Myths about Socialism in the U.S.”


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