Note before we get started: economics
It is important to make clear that economics are not really a particularly relevant factor anymore. I don’t mean that absolutely, but pretty much the deal is that with our current level of technology and the ease of material production, any economic system can work in a white country, while no economic system can work in a nonwhite country or a formerly white country with an extreme number of nonwhite immigrants.
No one really talks or cares that much about economics anymore because for the most part, people are comfortable. The economic issues which do exist can be easily deconstructed as social issues… We are very close to the point in history where labor will be free, and the entire concept of “economics” 100% obsolete.
Two weeks ago I criticized Richard Spencer with these words: “Spencer used to be the only famed white nationalist who openly warned about the looming economic crisis. Not anymore. Yesterday he added in his Facebook page a retweet: ‘Many in the Alt Right know about economics, especially the Austrian School. We just don’t care anymore. There are bigger fish to fry.’ I posted at his FB page this: ‘This is a big mistake, Richard. Real economics—call it Austrian or not—teaches us that the dollar will crash under Trump’s watch, which means that a big window of opportunity for the Alt-Right will be opened this very decade. Meanwhile, keep silver coins in your safe box’.”
Besides me, who among pro-white bloggers is saying that the international money policies are driving the system towards an accident? Am I the only one, or white nationalist ignorance is endemic?
What is happening to the world of economics is exactly the opposite of what Anglin has said in his Sunday article.