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Pitchfork Passive Aggression versus the Judeo-Vice-Usury Matrix

Skynet Gothic

Skynet Gothic

This writer recently drew readers’ attention to the disturbing confluence of financial interest uniting the military-industrial complex and the “news” and entertainment media, with megalithic investment firms like Vanguard Group, Barclays Global Investors, and State Street heavily invested in both the “defense” sector and media conglomerates to the tune of millions of shares. To treat only these two symbiotic components of the reigning globalist money power dystopia, however, is to suggest an incomplete picture of the problem and the challenges that confront an awakening European nation.

Those sufficiently sentient to have discovered a website like Aryan Skynet must be aware already that whites have lost control of their political processes and suffer ongoing economic, cultural, and geographic dispossession across the western world. These readers do not need to be told that voting for a Republican will accomplish nothing in terms of securing the long-term wellbeing of the race and that their putatively accountable servants in public office seldom work in the interests of their ostensible constituencies, but serve other masters instead.

Pelosi and pals demonstrate the secret handshake.

Pelosi and pals demonstrate the secret handshake.

What may puzzle these informed readers is what they, as individuals, can do to resist the tyranny short of hoarding weapons and forming militia – a strategy which, however well-intentioned, is not a realistic solution to a problem that is neither fundamentally military nor necessarily geopolitical in its operations. The reader may wonder, as well, how it was that the present (dis)order ever came into existence. How did the aforementioned investment predators come to wield so much political power?

It is crucial to understand that the government-media-military-industrial complex is but a single pillar supporting an overarching economic structure that spans the globe in what this writer proposes to term the Judeo-Vice-Usury Matrix. The fact of the matter is that the giant investment firms are supported not only by the “defense” sector and the media, but by all harmful products and areas of endeavor. Fast food, military-industrial pork, credit cards, and culturally toxic disinfotainment media siphon a steady stream of money into the pockets of a single several-headed monopolist monster.

The same Judeo-Vice-Usury Matrix that wants white peons working at bare subsistence is also happy to see them glued to The View or Rush Limbaugh, wasting time with social media, getting drunk, getting sick, smoking, racking up high-interest credit card balances, pointlessly collecting pop consumerist paraphernalia, and gobbling fatty, high-calorie, sodium-packed snacks that will clog their arteries, sap their vigor, and obstruct the proper functioning of their minds – or, in other words, create model citizens.

Warren Buffett’s Death Star furnishes a perfect example. Berkshire Hathaway’s major investments include Coca-Cola, American Express, DirecTV, and DaVita Healthcare Partners, a chain of kidney dialysis centers – the mutually reinforcing nature of which agglomeration of investments ought to be obvious. Warren Buffett, behind his friendly, just-regular-Midwestern-folks exterior, has a huge financial interest in getting the People of Walmart to drink gallons of Coke, watch lots of television, develop diabetes, and then put the dialysis treatment on a credit card. Buffett is also bullish about investing in the Middle East’s premier state sponsor of naked terrorism and genocide – not to mention the fattest, ugliest, most ungrateful welfare queen ever supported by the American taxpayer.

This guy hopes you get diabetes.

This guy hopes you get diabetes.

Chief of all destructive habits warping the world at present is debt, both at the individual and the governmental level. Economic naysayer Walter Williams, writing with reference to America’s finances, asserts, “What’s being called a spending problem is really a symptom of an unappreciated deep-seated national moral rot.” “Since the start of the global financial crisis at the end of 2007, the total debt worldwide has risen by $57 trillion, rising to 286 percent of global economic output from 269 percent,” notes Neil Irwin of The New York Times.

Combining these different types of debt is useful because it creates a richer picture of how a country’s finances really work. As we learned during the financial crisis, a country with high debt levels can get into economic trouble regardless of whether its debts are most heavily owed by the government (Greece, Italy), households (Spain, the United States), or financial institutions (Ireland, Britain).

The ratio of total debt to economic output has declined in only a handful of smaller countries, like Romania, Saudi Arabia and Israel. In all of the world’s economic powerhouses, total debt has risen.

Is this you?

Is this you?

“Warning: Banks in the U.S. are bigger than they appear,” writes Bloomberg’s Yalman Onaran, who suggests that “stricter accounting standards for derivatives and off-balance-sheet assets would make the banks twice as big as they say they are – or about the size of the U.S. economy”. The usury institutions JPMorgan, Bank of America and Citigroup “would become the world’s three largest banks and Wells Fargo the sixth-biggest. Their combined assets of $14.7 trillion would equal 93 percent of U.S. gross domestic product last year,” indicates Onaran. “Total assets of the country’s banking system would be 170 percent of economic output, still lower than 326 percent for Germany.”

Ad astra per assholery.

Ad astra per assholery.

Vanguard Group, State Street, and BlackRock/Barclays Global Investors, along with such other usual suspects as Wellington Management Group, FMR LLC, and Capital World Investors, are major beneficiaries of the new debt-based anti-civilization through their pattern of intertwining and mutually reinforcing investments in debt, vice, sickness, disinformation, and death, owning millions of shares in media megaconglomerates, poisonous junk food and pharmaceuticals manufacturers, credit card usury institutions, and military-industrial contractors.

As with their domineering preeminence in the “defense” and media sectors, the names Vanguard, State Street, and Barclays Global Investors appear again and again among the top institutional holders of shares in such pyramids of financialist power as JP Morgan Chase & Co, Mastercard, Citigroup, Discover Financial Services, and American Express. Given that debt is king of the twenty-first century economic order, can the political muscle wielded by these firms come as any surprise? Laurence Fink’s BlackRock lavishes princely sums on Republicans and Democrats alike – yes, even flaming liberals like Chuck Schumer, who received $70,700 from BlackRock in 2014 alone. Schumer, who serves on the Finance and Housing, Banking, and Urban Affairs Committees, took in $3,877,905 from the securities and investment industry from 2009 to 2014.

Pride of BlackRock, Charles Schumer

Pride of BlackRock, Charles Schumer

Vanguard Group in recent years appears to have made it a policy to expend nearly equal amounts on the parties. These are hedged bets, so that no matter the winners in a given election cycle, Vanguard will have its agents in place in the legislature. State Street, which has traditionally chosen Democrats over Republicans, has reversed this trend in the last two cycles. Interestingly, BlackRock, which during the last decade has tended to favor the Democrats over the Republicans, swung dramatically in favor of the Republicans in the years leading up to and immediately following 2001. Total contributions from all three firms to both of the major parties have skyrocketed in the present century. Naturally, a prime directive of the money-lending institutions’ operators in Congress will be to maintain that body’s spending at levels necessitating more government debt – thus further tightening the usurers’ grip.

The moneyist vice-grip on the West might appear to be clenched with such a finality that resistance seems an impossible proposition. There are, however, measures that even the humble white man or family of modest means can take to limit the self-defeating extent of their Jew-enriching activity as monetized cattle.

Productivity versus real mean scraps from the table

Productivity versus real mean scraps from the table

A necessary first step to destroying the beast is to stop feeding it on a daily, hourly, even minute-by-minute basis through unnecessary and wasteful expenditures. If one must shop at Walmart – owned largely by State Street, Vanguard Group, BlackRock/Barclays Global Investors, and Berkshire Hathaway – do not linger near the foreign-produced electronics or rummage around in the five-dollar bin for propaganda films that can be rented instead, if seeing these is at all necessary – which strikes this writer as highly unlikely. Stop eating the stomach-rotting, artery-clogging goy fodder and downing the various overpriced and corrosive concoctions of sugar, fat, and caffeine on offer at Starbucks and ghetto convenience stores – or, as white nationalist Quest poses the challenge – “Battle yourself first.”

Above all, whites as consumers should be mindful of where they are spending their money and whose aims they are subsidizing with it. As a general rule, the more hostile a product or corporation is to whites, the more likely its sales will buttress the Judeo-Vice-Usury Matrix. The aforementioned Starbucks, as an example, forms part of the State Street Vanguard Group BlackRock/Barclays imperium, as do tobacco titan Philip Morris, beer brewer Molson Coors, time-wasters Facebook and Twitter, Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, illegal alien smuggling operation Chipotle, GMO giant Monsanto, junk food octopus Pepsico, plus Yum! Brands, which encompasses Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, Kentucky Fried Chicken, and WingStreet. Unless the local McDonald’s provides employment to struggling whites – which, in urban settings, is not likely to be the case – is there really any justification for Aryans spending their hard-earned money on sickening synthetic food from a place that advertises itself as “365Black”?

Regimen change.

Regimen change.

Most importantly, get out of debt – as fast as possible. Public and individual consumer debt are the bread and butter of the Judeo-Vice-Usury Matrix, so maintain a constant consciousness of the fact that every credit card purchase, whether a monthly cable bill or a bag of potato chips in a convenience store, is contributing, however infinitesimally, to the parasite’s engorgement on European blood. Let this be the motivation – considering budgetary discipline in conjunction with healthier eating habits as a variety of pitchfork passive aggression or hardcore holistic health fascism.

The state of America’s finances is such a disgrace that Dave Ramsey, a not particularly charismatic financial guru, has carved out a veritable media empire based on his debt-reduction advice, writing books, delivering lectures, and hosting a formulaic daily radio program. The essence of Ramsey’s gospel of “Financial Peace” is an unflinching regimen of Spartan belt-tightening. No more movies, no more dining out until the borrower’s balance is paid in full. He even goes as far as to suggest that listeners ought not to concern themselves with their credit score – since this in itself assumes that borrowing will take place again in the future – and advises dispensing with credit card accounts altogether.

So implacably hostile is Ramsey’s program and code of morality to the source of Zionist power, indeed, that it could be argued he is perhaps the most virulently anti-Semitic personality of the twenty-first century – who has, however, managed to hide his incendiary torch-bearing agenda behind an innocuously folksy lifestyle coach persona. Ramsey can profess to be an evangelical Christian and deliver all the “Financial Peace University” seminars that he wants at Beth Israel Messianic Synagogue in Bradenton, Florida. The truth of the matter is that this ascendant New Hitler is fooling no one.

Rainer Chlodwig von Kook

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12 comments on “Pitchfork Passive Aggression versus the Judeo-Vice-Usury Matrix

  1. icareviews
    April 11, 2015

    Reblogged this on icareviews and commented:

    A sequel of sorts to “Airwolf Command”.

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  2. Hipster Racist
    April 11, 2015

    Reblogged this on Hipster Racist and commented:

    This reminds me of the old MWIR, we used to discuss “factory phood” and the terrible diets of Murkans all the time.

    Greg Johnson has tried to resurrect the many, many alternative economic and monetary models white populations have attempted to use. Unfortunately, our worst internal enemy – conservatives – are stuck in the “hard money capitalism” religion.

    So, the usury will continue until the conservatives are finally gelded. Remember, conservatives always, constantly make fun of people who eat healthy diets, organic foods, and avoid fast food, or GMO crops. Only fags eat healthy food – REAL MEN eat MacDonald cheeseburgers, don’t ya know! (That’s why conservatives are so fat, of course. Hell, I even remember when conservatives used to say that smoking cigarettes was actually GOOD for you, and all the studies showing smoking causing cancer were really a liberal conspiracy.)

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  3. Clytemnestra
    April 12, 2015

    Call me a cock-eyed optimist, but it looks like our fearless leader, Dave Ramsey and another frugal subversive by the name of Clark Howard are winning such a number of converts that it is impacting Business As Usual.

    TPTB didn’t like the drop in gas prices, but figured that Americans were using the money they had saved from the drastic cut in gas prices to stimulate the economy. It was clear that economist thought lower gas prices would result in more spending which would pull the economy out of its doldrums. Or, at least, they thought Americans would travel more.

    Interestingly enough, these drastic price cuts hit their nadir around Christmas time. When the Christmas Season didn’t get any bounce and it was clear that most Americans were not traveling more, they rationalized that Americans were using the savings to invest in the stock market, but it never turned bullish.

    They soon realized that Americans across the board were using the savings to pay down their debts, wiping out balances on credit cards, and putting money into savings for an emergency ‘rainy day” fund.

    However, Americans have a new aversion toward debt, with many of them opting to pay for new purchases with cash or debit cards over credit cards. Forty percent are paying down their debt, while all but 5.6% are spending their gas savings.

    If you have credit card debt at 14%, paying it off is like earning 14% on those funds — a better profit than you are likely to make leaving the money elsewhere. And if the money you’d use is sitting in a low-interest bank account, you net much more by paying off that plastic.

    http://www.dailyfinance.com/2011/09/03/whats-more-important-saving-or-paying-down-debts/

    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/americans-are-failing-to-pump-gas-price-savings-back-into-the-economy-2015-01-31

    http://www.acainternational.org/news-americans-plan-to-use-tax-refunds-to-bulk-up-savings-and-pay-down-debt-31252.aspx

    If, as this guy says, this is good news, why does he look so grim and worried?

    http://bcove.me/5tmr5rfr

    Economic uncertainty inevitably elicits newfound thrift in consumers, who become more fiscally conservative the less secure they feel about their future. Rampant unemployment and devastating losses in the real estate and stock markets have taken a toll on Americans’ optimism about the future. When this happens, consumers begin bracing for the worst by reining in spending, building up savings, and paying down credit card debt and other loans. In other words, an economic scare has the ability to fundamentally change the way consumers feel about spending money they don’t actually have.

    Of course, Americans have historically resumed their profligate ways once the economy rebounds, but for some strange reason, economists are worried that “the magnitude of the most recent recession has changed American’s spending and debt habits permanently.”

    http://www.nodebttoday.com/many-americans-paying-down-their-debt.php

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    • Hipster Racist
      April 12, 2015

      @Cly

      I agree with everything you say, but one minor quibble.

      It’s better to use a credit card than a debit card for purchases, as long as you pay it off every month. Due to legal technicalities, and quite often insurance, you are much better off using Mastercard, Visa, or AMEX.

      You probably just want one or two credit cards with a credit limit only as high as you will ever need (too high a credit limit will, paradoxically, ruin your credit score.) But, of course, you should never *borrow* money from the credit card, always pay off the balance in full every month.

      Even better – take all of your money out of the banks and join a Credit Union. Credit Unions have all the benefits of a bank with none of the downside (as they are owned by the members, not outside shareholders.) Credit Unions are so disruptive to the banking system the big banks spend billions lobbying politicians to outlaw them.

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      • clytemnestra57
        April 12, 2015

        I totally agree with you about Credit Unions. I have closed out any account with the bank and found two separate credit unions one of which I put my savings in and the other for my checking. I have also quietly talked to my nearest and dearest friends and relatives about Cypress-style bank bail-ins and talked up how credit unions still held steady during the bank failures of the Great Depression and the savings and loans debacles of the late last century.

        Another bit of information to make people take a closer look at how secure their banks is to talk about whether or not their banks accept the Matricula Consular card.

        While many jurisdictions have resisted pressure from the Mexican government [to accept Matricula Consular cards as identification], others have not; the matricula is now accepted by 800 local law enforcement agencies and 74 banks, ,i.as well as by 13 states for purposes of obtaining a driver’s license.

        One of the dirty secrets our “gatekeepers” are keeping from us is that a HUGE factor in the housing bubble melt-down of 2008 is that American banks were giving “undocumented immigrants” housing loans and they accepted Matricula Consular cards from Mexican nationals to process them.

        Not only does the matricula subvert U.S. immigration law, it is not even a secure identity document. Mexico is not authenticating the documents used to obtain the matricula against computerized data files in Mexico.

        http://cis.org/MatriculaConsular-IDCards

        My own bank’s acceptance of the Matricula Consular card was THE factor in my ending all business with them. Cinco de Mayo is real huge semi-holiday for Mexicans in this country. Well that day celebrates the military victory of Mexico over France who invaded Mexico to collect a debt. Money that Mexico had freely loaned from France and then reneged on.

        It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize that these banks who gave out all these loans and unsecured credit cards to “undocumented” immigrants with an identification card that their own government refused to enforce would end up with millions of mini-Cinco de Mayo celebrations on their hands and the only way to recoup their losses would be from customers who could not slip across the border beyond their grasp.

        I found several banks and savings and loans who accepted the Matricula Consular card. There were some credit unions that accepted them, but the vast majority of credit unions don’t. Still, before you open that credit union account, ask them point-blank if they accept that card. If they do, chances are they are not highly rated and somewhat dicey.

        The Matricula Consular card is THE major reason why I’m of the Dave Ramsey School of Thought that says that it is better to avoid even owning a credit card at all if you don’t have the following qualities: a thorough understanding of how the entire banking/usury system works; especially its credit card and title loan subsidiaries and an iron will married to steelly self-discipline. That rules out the vast majority of people out there.

        Credit card companies can change their interest rates with only thirty days’ notice. If you are carrying a balance, to avoid being hit with higher interest rates, you must pay it in full. If you are still carrying a balance, you have, in effect, agreed to be charged at the new interest rate.

        Even if you have disciplined yourself to paying off your balance in full, sooner or later, you will have an expense that you cannot pay off in full, sooner or later, and that’s probably when your interest schedule will change for the worst.

        Better to extend that self-discipline to amassing a sizable rainy day fund AND an overstocked food larder in case of an emergency.

        It is much easier to ban the temptation that credit cards present altogether than have it planted, like a ticking time bomb, to blow up your life, at the worst possible moment.

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      • icareviews
        April 12, 2015

        This could have been a post, Clytemnestra.

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    • clytemnestra57
      April 12, 2015

      Sorry that this last post was so disjointed. Meant to say that only 5.6% are using their savings on gas to “stimulate” the economy. The majority of the rest are using the money freed up from the gasoline tank to pay off outstanding debts and set up rainy day funds. Because America likes to ignore Whites, this isn’t being investigated, but I suspect the poorest of us are probably stocking their food larders in case prices shoot back up.

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  4. Ryu
    April 15, 2015

    Gah. This is a long article, mate. Can we have more Twitter and less American Conservative? My American attention span can’t take all that in at once.

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    • icareviews
      April 15, 2015

      So read it in two sittings, lazy. My essays are art and will not be constrained!

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