by Eric Thomson                                   20 May 99

Orwell warned us that tyranny begins with the abuse of language, and that "who defines controls." With these thoughts in mind, we need to take another look at some important political terms which have been so loaded with connotations by propagandists posing as historians, entertainers, teachers and journalists that a loaded word tends to preclude our thinking. Instead, our thinking should be stimulated toward achieving solutions to the social/national problems now confronting us.

Consider the word, "socialism". Proponents of various political ideologies have tried to monopolize this word to define their specific and often divergent social programs, while other political ideologists, who are equally socialistic in their thinking, deny that they are socialists, and seek to label their opponents with the term. In practice, socialism addresses any society, whether that society be monarchistic, theocratic, democratic, plutocratic, kleptocratic, anarchistic, etc. Society appears to have natural limits as to inclusivity, as we see in the Balkans and India, where distinct societies live within uneasy proximity to one another, maintaining their separate and distinct identities despite centuries of coexistence and race-mixing. Social-thinking and so-called socialist programs cannot be applied outside of the society in question. These practical limits were demonstrated in World War I with the most recent collapse of international socialism, which was premised on the myth of international working class solidarity. The various proponents of this Second International Socialism betrayed their principles in favor of their respective national loyalties, which caused millions of working class men to be killed in the ensuing war. World War I was the graveyard of nationalism and international socialism.

That disaster led to the formation of Third International Socialism under the Jew, Vladimir Ulyanov, alias Lenin. Like all internationalist doctrines, this kosher brand of socialism was a cloak for Jewish imperialism: universalism on behalf of tribalism. Mussolini, a long time socialist, saw that nationalism could be the only basis for socialism. When things were serious, people fought for their own kind and not for some utopian scheme of unrealized possibilities. Mussolini's Fascism was basically an economic system based on the real constituencies of the Italian state: the land owners, industrialists, workers, peasants, the army, the monarchy and the church. The previous de jure regional constituencies of the Italian parliament were irrelevant, and Italy was frozen in a state of governmental gridlock, with strikes, lockouts, growing poverty and disorder. So it was that the King of Italy appointed Mussolini his prime minister, for he had nothing to lose. As history teaches, Mussolini got Italy working harmoniously, not as a dictator, but as an arbitrator who worked to achieve a consensus from Italy's disparate classes and interest groups. Because Mussolini depended on consensus derived from a balance of power, his rise was swift and easy, just as his fall was swift and easy.

Hitler had also learned hard lessons from history. He was also a social thinker and saw great strength in the mating of two major political ideas: nationalism and socialism, both of which had huge numbers of adherents in postwar WW I Germany. Instead of basing his state on economics, Hitler based the new German state on race. National Socialism was, in practice, a form of totalitarian populism. It was far more democratic than any regime in the U.S.A. or Britain, and it was also more authoritarian, in that the leaders were authorized to fulfill their responsibilities and were also accountable to their people. Savitri Devi said that National Socialism was a temporal expression of cosmic truth. For these reasons, it took the Jews and their minions much greater effort to remove Hitler from office than it did Mussolini.

So-called internationalism is really Jewish imperialism. The Jews have long used such internationalist ideologies as Communism, Christianity and Capitalism to achieve their goal of world domination. Jewish imperialism or Zionism, uses any tool to bring about The Jew World Order and the enslavement of mankind, just as a carpenter uses any tool to build a cabinet, whether it be a saw, a hammer, a drill, a plane, etc. A wise observer does not say that the woodworker is a 'driller', a 'planer', a 'sawyer', etc, but a carpenter. A wise political observer will not view a seeker of world conquest as a Christian, a Communist or a Capitalist, but will understand that the user of these means is a Jew or Zionist who seeks to achieve, as an end, world conquest and enslavement. Jews have always used other peoples as their agents toward the achievement of their evil ends. These peoples are called "golem", a murderous monster which kills the Jews' enemies toward the advancement of Zionist domination. The British were the Jews' golem in the l9th century and the Americans are their golem of the 20th century. Of course, the golem are unnatural creatures, so they destroy themselves as they obey their Jew masters. Will the Chinese be the Jews' golem in the 21st century? Stay tuned!