The Satanic Core of Libertarianism


#1

Thought **this article **was a fun read.
Some highlights

Satanist propaganda is actually at the core of the Libertarian doctrine and of Austrian economics.

These days, Austrian economist Gary North introduces *The Fable of the Bees *on his website as“the most important poem in the last 300 years”.
But what is so special about the *Fable of the Bees *that this fairly obscure poem, and his author, could have inspired such eulogies from Hayek, Mises, and Keynes?
**Good comes from evil, and other perversions

**In his writings, Mandeville argues that liberty represents man’s uninhibited pursuit of his natural, evil instincts, and that, rather than being evil, selfishness and licentiousness lead to prosperity.
According to Mandeville, evil is “the grand principle that makes us social creatures, the solid basis, the life and support of all trade and employment without exception”.
Adam Smith, influenced by Mandeville, came to the conclusion that individual self-interest is the pillar of a prosperous society. Hayek and Mises went further and railed against altruism and solidarity as hindrances to a society’s economic success.

Now, it is one thing to point to similarities between Satanism and Libertarianism. But, as we have seen with the Fable of the Bees, Satanist propaganda is actually at the core of the Libertarian doctrine and of Austrian economics.

The Austrian School is not the only economic school infected with Satanism, far from it. Like Hayek, Keynes was a member of the infamous Fabian Society. He was also known as a child molester. Karl Marx was himself a Satanist.

The end goal of all these ideologies is domination by a transnational, oligarchic, Satanic, Illuminati elite. Marxism and Austrianism both oppose nationalism and support free trade.


#2

I wouldn’t call it “fun.”

It does reinforce my assertion that liberalism goes hand-in-hand with mental illness. And that homosexuality is likewise correlated to mental instability.


#3

How does that jibe with Mises and Hayek embracing emergent order, while decrying central planning?

What about Adam Smith’s concept of the man of system?

Marxism and Austrianism both oppose nationalism and support free trade.

Apparently, this person never heard Marx talk about immigrants.

And nationalism as we know it today was pretty much invented by Georg Hegel, one of Marx’s forbears.

China has plenty of love for Marx, yet I don’t think anyone would accuse them of wanting for patriotic fervor.


#4

For Marx and his followers, the Ends justify the Means.

If they can acquire the power to implement Communism through patriotic appeal - as did Mao - they will do so. If they have to resort to class division, as they did in Russia, they will.

If they have to divide along race and gender, rather than contrived “classes” they will do THAT. If as a step towards fomenting this discontent, they will build up an artificial Banker Class which exists as a subsidized client-class of wealthy, work-free upper-bourgeois, then we will see, in the Untied Skates of Amerika, TARP and ZIRP and repeal of wise laws such as Glass-Steagal.

The point is to enrage the masses -any way they can; so that the Marxists with their emotional pitches and their false solutions, can seize absolute power.


#5

The far left is based upon a view of GodLESS and more govt. This true across the world, its a vision based solely upon the quest for power and control and their own vision of themselves as demigods. Few have embodied this more than Bill and Hillary and Obama. They want to rule the world and need the adulation of their subjects and to those that oppose them if they cannot squelch they kill. In their wake is only a trail of hate and destruction. They rise to power the same way the gangsters of the 1930’s by crushing their opposition under their feet.

If Hillary wins, everyone that did not vote for Trump or did not vote at all will live to regret it.


#6

Trump might not be all that you have dreamed for in a candidate, but Hillary as president would be a disaster, worse than Obama because she is a political prostitute. She can be bought.

Look at the this way. Yes, electing Trump is a risk. He’s too hot headed at times.

BUT with Hillary there no bets or odds. You know that it will terrible. You can take that to the bank.


#7

hot headed? I’d call it indignation. Hot headed is throwing ashtrays and boiler makers at your husband. Hot headed is driving your staff to suicide. Hot headed is cursing at your security staff and making life a living hell for anyone crossing you. Going after women who are victimized by your husband’s insatiable sexual drive, threatening their lives, their pets, their children, destroying their property and breaking into their homes. Now THAT is hotheaded. Or do we just expect this now from the Clintons so that it is the new normal.

She’s no Eva Peron. She’s Hugo Chavez.


#8

I had not heard about her throwing a boiler maker at Bill, but if I were married to her I’d be drinking them until I passed out. That would be better than having to listen to her.

The Radical Muslins have been told that there are 72 virgins waiting for them on the other side after they commit a suicide bombing. I’ve said that it might be 72 mother-in-laws. Now perhaps it might be, “You’re married to Hillary Clinton.” That would be enough to get you to drop the suicide belt.


#9

some of their security staff and other staff members have talked about her physically abusing Bill. Can’t really hold it against her. Imagine the rage she must feel.


#10

Somehow I get the feeling that Bill and Hillary’s relationship is like the marriage that Old Joe Kennedy had with his wife. While he was good health Old Joe cheated on her openly. One time they took a cruise to Europe and Joe had the nerve to bring one of his mistresses with him on the same ship. Old Joe made the money and Rose got to live well aside from his cheating.

After Joe had his debilitating stroke his life had to be hell. He watched two sons get assassinated, and Rose informed him that now the tables were turned, he was at her mercy. It’s amazing how “what goes around comes around” so often.

Bill and Hillary are good pair. She’s used him to get where she is, and he’s cheated on her repeatedly. They’ve worked together to amass a huge fortune based upon influence peddling. They are both corrupt so you can’t feel sorry for either of them.


#11

[MENTION=46919]Sendgop[/MENTION] Please resize your sig. It’s way too big.


#12

It’s just as large as some others, but I’ll see what I can do.

Is this good enough for you?


#13

CW, seriously? Marx was a Satanist? Libertarians and Adam Smith and Marx and Hayek and Mises were all Satanists? Really? Bad attempt at guilt by association. Libertarians have have little in common with Keynes or Marx regarding economics. I really hope you aren’t advancing this as a serious argument about anything. It’s terrible.

That said, yes, libertarianism actually does have quite a bit in common with many Satanic principles, and most of them aren’t bad. Most of us probably follow most of the following rules at some level already. Christians would do well to follow them, and we need to recognize the best lies are 90 percent true.

The 11 Satanic Rules, directly from the Church of Satan:

Do not give opinions or advice unless you are asked.
Do not tell your troubles to others unless you are sure they want to hear them.
When in another’s lair, show him respect or else do not go there.
If a guest in your lair annoys you, treat him cruelly and without mercy.
Do not make sexual advances unless you are given the mating signal.
Do not take that which does not belong to you unless it is a burden to the other person and he cries out to be relieved.
Acknowledge the power of magic if you have employed it successfully to obtain your desires. If you deny the power of magic after having called upon it with success, you will lose all you have obtained.
Do not complain about anything to which you need not subject yourself.
Do not harm little children.
Do not kill non-human animals unless you are attacked or for your food.
When walking in open territory, bother no one. If someone bothers you, ask him to stop. If he does not stop, destroy him.
I boldfaced all of the ones I absolutely agree with. I would change the wording of the first that is not bold, and with the second, I don’t believe in magic. I think many from all walks of life would agree with most of those if not all of them. This kind of generalization and attempt to discredit libertarianism is sad and pathetic. I hope you’ve taken it with the appropriate grains of salt.

Also, being a Satanist does not mean one cannot discover economic principles or render any and every opinion one has invalid.


#14

At the top of your linked story is this:

n Proof Libertarianism is an Illuminati ploy, we covered the Jewish Money Power’s ongoing involvement in Libertarianism.
I seriously hope no one takes this writer seriously.

And:

In The “Catholic” Wing of Libertarianism, we explored the Jesuit a.k.a. Illuminati connections with Libertarianism.

Your guy is invoking the Illuminati. Lol.

The Satanic-Libertarian connection is very much alive today. Libertarian candidate Ron Paul, a self-avowed Rand admirer, may strike the right chord on many topics, but he has been linked to the Illuminati and has been seen displaying Satanic hand signs.
:coffee_spray:

The end goal of all these ideologies is domination by a transnational, oligarchic, Satanic, Illuminati elite. Marxism and Austrianism both oppose nationalism and support free trade.
So libertarian principles must be wrong, and elite rulers should manage our own personal decisions and trade for us through through committee by consensus and a tyrannica and totalitarianl bureaucracy. I get it. Powerful individuals in charge and ruling over us is superior to making our own decisions. Good one, CW.


#15

According to one writer, practically all our founding fathers were members of the Illuminati.


#16

[quote=“Rightwing_Nutjob, post:13, topic:49183”]
CW, seriously? Marx was a Satanist? Libertarians and Adam Smith and Marx and Hayek and Mises were all Satanists? Really? Bad attempt at guilt by association. Libertarians have have little in common with Keynes or Marx regarding economics. I really hope you aren’t advancing this as a serious argument about anything. It’s terrible.
[/quote]RW, I would think you of all people would be aware that this article doesn’t reflect my opinions. I found his narrative interesting, not correct. I think he did an interesting job of tying three unrelated things together. I’ve never seen Marxism and Libertarianism considered to be two sides of the same coin before. He does a half-way decent job of tying them together(by using Satanism as the glue). I thought it was fun. As you said, Libertarians and Satanists actually have a lot in common. It was clever crafting on the author’s part.

You seem to have found the fun in the article by the second post, though :yes:

[quote=“Susanna, post:15, topic:49183”]
According to one writer, practically all our founding fathers were members of the Illuminati.
[/quote]Yeah, that’s pretty much what those folks believe. They consider Masons to be part of the Illuminati, and a LOT of the Founders were Masons.


#17

[quote=“CWolf, post:16, topic:49183”]
RW, I would think you of all people would be aware that this article doesn’t reflect my opinions. I found his narrative interesting, not correct. I think he did an interesting job of tying three unrelated things together. I’ve never seen Marxism and Libertarianism considered to be two sides of the same coin before. He does a half-way decent job of tying them together(by using Satanism as the glue). I thought it was fun. As you said, Libertarians and Satanists actually have a lot in common. It was clever crafting on the author’s part.

You seem to have found the fun in the article by the second post, though :yes:

[/quote]I mostly found it stupid. The only fun in it is the same fun I get from reading or watching moon hoaxers, flat earthers and FEMA camp conspiracies, the stupid. I admit there’s some fun in that. I responded to your initial post first. Then I read the rest of it and discovered the depth of evidence – or lack thereof – this guy had to support his assertions.

And Satanism shares similarities to various groups of people. They live in our society and share many of our values, but they’re definitely individualists. This is not an indictment of individualism. It just means they’ve got something right.

Marxist communism does have some similarities to anarcho-capitalism in that both are anarcho. Anarcho-capitalism is one form of libertarianism, so there is a similarity there too. But I doubt any libertarian supports or approves of the violent interim socialist state that supposedly comes between the capitalist and Marxist anarchy.


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