The printing of money,  Jews and central banks,  Banking as a business (and 'fractional reserves')  The two-tier system,  Forms of capitalism.
These issues are usually deliberately confused.
 Printing money: Money was, traditionally, something genuinely scarce and valuable like gold, silver, copper and iron, with local variations. There are debates on the meaning of 'value' which I won't discuss here. In Victorian times there were gold sovereigns, silver florins and so on in circulation. We now have money which is of little intrinsic value: paper, coins made of common metal, plastic cards. These new types of money of course have state backing. If the state withdraws its support, they become worthless: for example if new currency is decreed - in Soviet Russia, Tsarist roubles became worthless. All this is obvious enough and familiar to most people.
Outreach is still where victory lies for White Nationalism. Most White Nationalists are not reaching as many people as they potentially could because they are not posting the Mantra daily. The Swarm is a group of activists who post the Mantra daily.
We must get our people exerting protest energy frequently enough in front of anti-White audiences for a change to come about. Posting allows us to do that. American blacks got their “rights” by protesting in the 50's and 60's and reacting constantly on their racial interests. Posting allows Whites to do the same.
As Christmas approaches our shops will be full of people making preparations and purchases in readiness for the festive season and when Christmas day comes, it will be the culmination of many weeks work and in some cases many months work.
People will have been saving money, giving much consideration to the needs of their loved ones, so that gifts purchased and given will be just right, preparing food and drink and of course sending out Christmas cards and Christmas party invitations.
In this time of preparation I am reminded of a young family group that I witnessed while Christmas shopping a few years back.
Vladimir Bukovsky, the former Soviet dissident was allowed to study secret Soviet documents in 1992 by Boris Yeltsin who needed his support. Bukovsky told The Brussels Journal about a plan to make the EU like the Soviet Union:
“In January of 1989, for example, a delegation of the Trilateral Commission came to see Gorbachev. It included [former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro] Nakasone, [former French President Valéry] Giscard d’Estaing, [American banker David] Rockefeller and [former US Secretary of State Henry] Kissinger. They had a very nice conversation where they tried to explain to Gorbachev that Soviet Russia had to integrate into the financial institutions of the world, such as Gatt, the IMF and the World Bank.
The following text was originally posted as two separate comments and with the authors permission we have reprinted them here as an article. I have read some of Nick Griffords words before and he is a fine writer with an excellent understanding of nationalism and the wider political spectrum. I hope he will consider writing more articles for this site as he is my kind of nationalist. Over to you Nick....
The UKIP manifesto (yes, I've read it) seems fair and plausible, and in some areas it was actually slightly more fervent than I first would have guessed. On the face of it, UKIP appears to be "batting for Britain" and would certainly have both a better chance of being elected to government than other current nationalist parties as well as probably being better equipped to deal with the great weight of state.
The next steps on the road to European federation for the UK have been announced. Should Scotland become “independent”, then it shall join the EU and eventually the euro. If Scotland votes no, however, the government will do its utmost to work around this obstacle.
A commission report due out today, will recommend that regional assemblies be created and the Welsh assembly strengthened. Squeezed between the EU and these regional parliaments this federal government would have practically zero power. So, Scotland has the choice of being a regional government reporting directly to the EU, or a regional government under both the UK and EU governments. No choice at all then.