Category Archives: political economy

Wage repression? In MY capitalism? It’s more likely than you think

So you ever find yourself wondering what Otto Strasser might have said about wage repression in the 21st century? No? How about Upton Sinclair? Someone who was definitely neither Upton Sinclair nor Otto Strasser wrote:

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In our streak-of-lightning cars and fancy clothes

Well, we’re doing mighty fine, I do suppose In our streak of lightning cars and fancy clothes But just so we’re reminded of the ones who are held back Up front there ought to be a man in black I … Continue reading

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Griffin: of the bankers, by the bankers, for the bankers

We live in a utopia of the usurers. Our governments are of the bankers, by the bankers, for the bankers.  Here is a video: 24 minutes into it, Griffin suggests that President Trump might be controlled opposition. Griffin particularly thinks … Continue reading

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White guilt and teen stress

Note complaint at: Representative example of modern white little girl: “I’m told on a daily basis that I’m a racist because I’m white.” Translation: White-guilted daily as evil and hates being white because of it. This is the wickedest child … Continue reading

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Political Economy (featuring Louis Cole smashing mailboxes)

No, I am not really an expert on political economy. But I can link to a video of Louis Cole smashing mailboxes, so really I deserve some attention, right? Sadly the URL in the image above no longer leads to … Continue reading

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