Money and wealth are a product of our Judeo-Christian European values and heritage
. Allan Bloom
has proven irrefutably that William Shakespeare
invented the human race
; likewise, in the days before the socialist
invented the concept of value
, which is most naturally expressed as money and wealth
. The two inventions are complimentary and interdependent. You can't have one without the other: Observe the degraded and subhuman state of socialist slave
-"citizens" in totalitarian charnel house
s like Canada
, and the People's Republic of Cambridge
. Are these wretched creatures "human"? No, they are not: "Humanness" is the affirmative choice to be free, to create wealth, to worship our Creator
as we are commanded to do, and to defend ourselves and our nation vigorously against those who would denigrate
and abuse that Creator
. "Humanness" is the realization that we are not apes, and it is the right to maintain our freedom from pernicious propagandandistic pseudo-scientific lies to the contrary. The antlike and mindless socialist slave
-"citizens" are both unable and unwilling to make these choices. They have denied their humanity. They have sold their Judeo-Christian European values and heritage
for a welfare handout.
Can you imagine a shinto
ist nation, with no Judeo-Christian European values and heritage to speak of, competing successfully with America
industry? It's a clear absurdity. Can you imagine the atheistic socialist slave
-"citizens" of modern Europe
inventing so grand and powerful a thing as the world wide web
? Again, it's clearly absurd.
We invented wealth. Therefore we should get to keep it.
nonsense about "workers' control of the means of production
" (leftist "stock option
" schemes, etc.) is nothing but an attempt to turn back the clock
to an earlier and more barbaric time before Shakespeare
's great invention, and in so doing to deny God
's great hierarchy
wherein businesses should naturally and fittingly be controlled by a single patriarchal
owner, with employees as children existing only on sufferance
(sense 5, by the way), to be disciplined or eliminated when they fail to demonstrate humility and submissiveness appropriate to their station.