Message from Ulstèr-Scotch in Anticom #general
"Russian Hackers" was a psyop to distract people from all of the scandalous dirt on Democrats that was revealed by Wikileaks.
Our airport is full of african art for some reason
Personally, I'm not a Libertarian
@Hernán Cortés "The russians made hillary fail the test because they told on her when she was cheating"
Does National Capitalism exist?
state capitalism you mean?
So, are you guys libertarians or fascists?
No not that China shit
Nationalist Free Market
we are anarcho-capitalists
you are violating the NAP
Isn't fascism a middle between Communism and Capitlaism economically?
It's a marriage between free industry and the state via national identity, as far as I can tell.
Communism has no free industry.
Like I don't know about you guys
But IRL,I'm an Entrepreneur
I'm here from /pol/ and I was curious because the mission statement sounded cool.
But I'm a normie, so fuck me.
And it's SO much better for us without stupid shit like high business taxes
If Hillary won, us small businesses would have been fucked
Thats why I'm very Pro-Capitalism
But I'm a Nationalist
So like, I'm not sure what political ideology I could subscribe to
do you think that Antifa is garbage and needs to be mocked and stopped
Does anyone here think Russia is involved in anti-fa/BLM/extremist liberal shit?
that's all that we care about
Within the United States itself, there is a need for the Russian special services and their allies “to provoke all forms of instability and separatism within the borders of the United States (it is possible to make use of the political forces of Afro-American racists)” (p. 248). “It is especially important,” Dugin adds, “to introduce geopolitical disorder into internal American activity, encouraging all kinds of separatism and ethnic, social and racial conflicts, actively supporting all dissident movements – extremist, racist, and sectarian groups, thus destabilizing internal political processes in the U.S. It would also make sense simultaneously to support isolationist tendencies in American politics…” (p. 367).
But that doesn't mean your movement is the answer.