NEXT VICTIM 2
Look at some recent examples of victims. Real victims, not some Me Too bullcrap fake victims for cash because I’m a loser at the lottery of life Social Justice Warrior. The Japanese are a rather homogenous group, and they went from a bunch of rice farmers to a industrial economy within a few short decades, showed those Russian bastards who had a superior military right after that, and joined in the colonial power game with all the other Big Boys. They were far more impressive than the Chinese currently are in their playing geopolitics. Well, unfortunately, while the Brits were no match for them, they made the mistake of clashing with the US over its newly targeted colonial stomping grounds and to put them in their place we used them as a nuclear testing ground to warn off the Soviets.
The Japanese went from lords of most of what they surveyed to victims is short order ( I don’t view Japanese expansionism as any more evil that what we did. We stole the oil rich lands from Mexico and other resource areas from the Indians. No different than their occupation of coastal China or Indonesia ). The Germans, despite the oceans of ink spilled by hacks pimping for the US military industrial complex to vilify them, killed no more Jews than the US killed Indians. And it wasn’t like Americans made a few innocent mistakes by a few over enthusiastic soldiers such as at Wounded Knee. It was genocide for centuries against all indigenous folks. I’m not saying this as a LibTard hugging the poor suffering peoples. Indians killed other Indians to steal their land, so screw them. Just don’t judge others like you are some pure of heart angel.
The Germans had a pretty good run for a few decades at the top of the economic and military heap, but that made them a threat to everyone else who was far less efficient or talented. Hitler was right about the role of the bankers being a threat to the Volk. Whether they were all Jews is another matter. And to this day, seventy years later, Germans are the shining example of victims ( because they never do anything half assed ). As are the former imperialists who started the two world wars directed against the Germans, the English. Taking it up the ass by Uncle Sam, screaming in orgasmic delight, Please Sir, May We ‘Ave Another?
Americans are, beyond obvious, the next failed empire and the next victims. Not necessarily because a new world empire will emerge ( empires need excess energy, and China is a coal empire, not an oil empire and to extract energy-say, from Africa-you need things to be relatively peaceful. The decline of oil is going to see the whole world at low intensity conflict levels, eventually ), but because we will fall so far from our perch. It is already baked into the cake. We think we are the Exceptional Empire ( as did all the rest ) because of democratic resource sharing ( to a small extent overall, but still rather generous historically ), but most of THAT was little more than propaganda anyway.
We’ve always been small cogs in a large machine. The small Celtic freeholders who thought they were free of the lowland slave aristocracy were really just allowed to farm the resource poor highlands ( until coal was discovered there ) if they cleared out the Indians at personal expense and risk first, and then were eventually subsumed into The Machine ( Pink Floyd reference ). One wonders if the primary motivation of Southern rural soldiers wasn’t to combat industrialization which they knew would enslave them as debt serfs. Anyway. For a short time, Union workers were allowed more than slave wages, but only because the machines were too vulnerable to sabotage ( and profit loss from work stoppages-one would assume a factory giving in to Union demands would quickly out profit one that was idle from strikes, hence business owners screwed themselves giving in to the demands as a competitive advantage, after the National Guard Maxim gun attacks failed to resolve things in the robber barons favor ).
We might have given in to demands ( implicit, obviously ) of WWII returning veterans to partake in the spoils of colonial war by throwing them a bone with free college and guaranteed mortgages, but that wasn’t exactly sharing by the elite. The colleges were already paid for by land grants and taxes, and tuition wasn’t the primary decision maker at the time as much as the entrance exams and workload ( completely the opposite of today ). The government spent rather little in the endeavor compared to what the war just cost. And guaranteeing home loans was just welfare to the bankers who no longer had war profits to count on.
So, even as the working class never had it so good, really they were still just cheap cogs in a big machine. And white male professional workers are an endangered species. Their reign economically was barely over thirty years. Now the only Union type of profession still remaining is the military, and that doesn’t have much longer before being completely excluded to white males. The day we can no longer control the oil supply overseas is the day the military dies. The only good news there is that it will make our military occupation forces rather inefficient.
Does anyone here recall the basic consensus of the company Heckler & Kock, the German arms company? Mostly, it involves a form of “those guys are such a rip-off”. There are a lot of factors involved there, but a big one is that the way German companies are structured is very similar ( or, at least WAS very similar-I don’t live there, obviously ) to how the US Union employee companies were sixty years ago. Workers were NOT cheap. They were also skilled professionals. They were paid what they were worth, and the Union forced the company to do so, while enforcing fair work conditions. Our culture has completely lost track of that aspect of work, and only price is used as a metric of a product. You are buying a rather overpriced gun because you are paying workers a fair wage ( all of this is rather amusing, since the roller block system was used as it saved money initially. The G3 is far cheaper to produce than the FN-FAL or M-14 ).
With the offer of cheaper shiny trinkets, the US worker screwed themselves out of a good job ( there is far more to it than that, obviously, but in essence we were bribed to not make a fuss as we became victims ). Concluded tomorrow.
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