Why not look through the crystal ball?

Our only strategy appears to be waiting for ZOG to blow itself up based on the inherent unworkability of its founding nostrums.

—Alex Linder

Very few nationalists are taking seriously Austrian economics: that the US will be facing a depression soon—in case that Romney is elected and decides to prick the government bubble—, or even a complete currency crash in case that Obama gets reelected and his Ben Shalom Bernanke allows the bubble continue to expand until it pops by itself.

While I am no promoter of a capitalism that ignores racial interests, I see Austrian economics as a reliable predictor of what’s going to happen during the next administration: either way, Americans will face economic meltdown. The subject is of such paramount importance that I find it bothersome to find the promotion of third-way economics, such as Social Credit, at several Robert Stark radio shows and essays at Counter-Currents, which recently hosted a Stark interview of Anthony Migchels (for an exchange of Austrians with Migchels see here).

Bothersome I said: because nationalists are flatly ignoring the Austrians’ main message, that Keynesian economics is (good news for us!) driving the US economy straight toward the cliff.

Why are they ignoring the most momentum issue of our times?

Most nationalists are just reactionaries. It can be no coincidence that, unlike these reactionaries that like to discuss Social Credit in ivory towers, revolutionaries like Michael O’Meara do mention the literature of collapse. O’Meara for one believes that only a catastrophic collapse of imperial America holds out a possibility that a racially-conscious vanguard of white Americans reclaim their territory.

I don’t see Austrian economics as a way to promote libertarianism (“sound money for brown people”) because, by definition, there will be no browns in the White Republic. I see it as a very hilarious way to expose the Keynesianism that is fulfilling the deconstruction of imperial America for white nationalists to takeover. Austrian economics is a reliable crystal ball to see the future. Even if nationalists fail to take full advantage of it, we all must welcome the big window of opportunity that is about to be opened—exactly what happened in Weimar Germany.


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