Back in the 1980's someone, ostensibly some Jew, was selling bumper stickers that read “The man who dies with the most toys wins.” This statement seems to be one of the more popular new-age mantras of Western materialism. The luxury sedan, the second SUV, the third Xbox, the large flat-screen television in every room, the abundance of what the merchants call consumer goods: today the stock-piling of all of these things far beyond necessity gives the individual a false sense of value, and keeps oiled the gears of the artificially constructed global economy. With this, the international Jewish bankers are happy, although they are never satiated.
Once upon a time economies were centered around the extended family, or tribe. A man's sense of self-worth came from what he could contribute to his tribe, which was his community. By making extraordinary contributions to his community, a man advanced his own status and value. In time of need all men were builders, soldiers, hunters, herders or farmers. When a man did well, the community benefited, and when the community thrived the man did well. The community could not exist without a collection of noble men, and the man could not survive without the protection of the community. If left to himself, he may well starve to death, or be robbed and enslaved, or even destroyed by outsiders from other tribal communities. The man served the interests of the community, and the shelter provided by the community protected the man. The community was governed by the tribal elders, the patriarchy, and those who were most capable among them. This was all a part of the natural order recognized by our fathers – and our mothers - as they wandered the Eurasian steppe and the forests of the north.
As those tribes began to grow and prosper, the tasks of men became specialized. While in necessity every man remained a soldier, only some men were builders, others herders, yet other farmers. But the patriarchal family and tribe remained the primary components with which Western civilization was formed. Thus was the case in Rome and Athens as well as in Hamburg and London. Pride in one's heritage meant pride in the deeds of one's fathers, those men whose sacrifices benefited their communities so that those communities could build the great cities, principalities and nations which the tribal units had eventually become. That pride is true patriotism, an idea which cannot be authentically separated from patriarchy. Two men cannot be patriotic together, if they do not have common patriarchs.
In the natural order, with the specialization of labor within a community, a man's sense of worth still remained in the value of his service to his community, and when men did great things, the community as a whole benefited. Paul of Tarsus would ask, “If the whole body were an eye, where were the hearing?” However in an economic context speaking of the same community it may be asked, “If the whole body were engineers, who will grow grain for bread and cattle for meat?” If we do not transfer our Christian understanding to our everyday practices, then we are not good Christians. The man comes into being through the tribal community. The man is a creation of the community and is obligated to serve the community just as the hand or eye are a part of the body and are obligated to serve the body. If the hand or eye offended the body, it would be cut off so that the body may live, and so it is also with the man. Thus is the essence of Christian Socialism, which is the fulfillment of the obligation of a Christian to his community, in concert with the community's obligation to protect its members.
Not all members of the body can be scientists, not all can be engineers. But scientists and engineers are raised up, nurtured, and receive their basic educations in the communities that shelter them. And a scientist or engineer cannot exist without the patriotic soldiers who defended both him and his ancestors that bore him. Neither can the engineer even do his engineering without the butcher, the baker and the farmer that feed him. The community organism is healthy only when it has all of its parts. When the soldier is a hero, the entire community shares the benefit of his heroism. Likewise, when the scientist or engineer makes some great new development, the community has a rightful expectation to share in the fruits of that development along with its inventor. In a sense, the development belongs to the entire community, since the community produced the man who made it, and the community sheltered that man and provided him with the opportunity to make it. Without such a principle, communities cannot thrive, but can only decay. The Capitalist system takes the devices of men and sells them to the highest bidder, most often to be removed from the communities that made them, and frequently even to alien lands. For this reason, the once-great industrial communities of the West are in a state of decay at this very moment. The Capitalist moved their inventions and their factories to Japan, India, and China. Now people benefit from them who most probably never could have developed them on their own. The disease which has caused this is materialism.
Materialism is the religion of the new world order, a Jewish world order, and it has been promoted since the advent of Jewish Capitalism. However Christ told us that the man who dies with the most toys loses when He said that Christians should “Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth, where moth and rust doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal: But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal: For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light. But if thine eye be evil, thy whole body shall be full of darkness. If therefore the light that is in thee be darkness, how great is that darkness! No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon(Matthew 6:19-24).”
Christians collect that treasure in heaven by demonstrating their love for their Christian kindred. The apostle John encapsulated the teachings of Christ when he said “Marvel not, my brethren, if the world hate you. We know that we have passed from death unto life, because we love the brethren. He that loveth not his brother abideth in death. Whosoever hateth his brother is a murderer: and ye know that no murderer hath eternal life abiding in him. Hereby perceive we the love of God, because he laid down his life for us: and we ought to lay down our lives for the brethren. But whoso hath this world's good, and seeth his brother have need, and shutteth up his bowels of compassion from him, how dwelleth the love of God in him? My little children, let us not love in word, neither in tongue; but in deed and in truth (1 John 3:13-18).” As Christ said, “If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me.” He gave up His life on behalf of His brethren, and Christians should devote their lives to their kindred communities in turn. As He also told us, “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends (John 15:13).”
The Capitalist system reduces man from the status of being a contributing member of a supportive community to a mere individual competing for material reward against other individuals in an inadherent cluster of dwellings which continues to exist only under compulsion by the force of the State, and which can hardly be called a community. Capitalism and its religion of materialism force man to compete with his neighbor for his rewards, and it no longer matters who his neighbor is since any individual can fulfill the roles of consumer and commodity laborer. Rather than loving one's brother, a man becomes the opponent of his brother because he labors for mere currency credits gained from within the community so that he may obtain material objects from outside of the community for his reward. The Christian body becomes a collection of diseased egos working against one another. The end result is the eventual imposition of the Marxist system, which should be evident to anyone with eyes to see the world around them today. Marxism is the other side of the Capitalist coin, a coin which was minted by world Jewry.
The Marxist system, like Jewish Capitalism, reduces all men to mere consumers, and the labor of man becomes a commodity. Man himself is therefore reduced to the status of an object, and loses his value and his rightful place in the community. His sense of value which was once found in his contribution to his community is then compensated with the artificial value of temporal materialistic rewards. In order to maintain their control of society, the entire Christian body is ultimately reduced to the status of the foot, and only the Jews themselves are the hands, eyes and ears.
In modern capitalist churchianity, a materialistic religion sometimes called Prosperity Doctrine is being taught. Prosperity Doctrine is based upon materialism, self-righteousness egotism and helps to feed the Jewish global mercantile system. Prosperity Doctrine entices people to gamble, going into debt while they hope to be imminently rewarded for simply professing an empty belief in Jesus, while ignoring everything that Jesus actually said.
True national socialism, the essence of socialism as it was originally perceived, and as it was implemented by National Socialist Germany, is predicated upon service to one's community and love of one's brother, things which are purely Christian principles. Therefore true socialism is the practice of Christianity within the community, as witnessed in the opening chapters of the Book of Acts and in many other places in Scripture. True Christian Socialism is not Marxism. It is not the so-called “social doctrine” of the Marxist-infiltrated churches. Marxism is forced communism and collectivism. Marxism, like Capitalism, reduces men to mere economic units and the works of men to commodity status, with all things valued by the least common denominator.
Capitalist ideas are equally destructive, and an economy based upon usury enslaves Christians and is anathema to godliness. Under Marxism, the State seizes the fruits of one's labor and intellect, and gives them to whomever it desires. Capitalism securitizes the intellectual property that should belong to the community which developed it, and sells it to the highest bidder, stripping the community of the fruits of its culture.
Just as well, the Capitalist system leads to the same ends as the Marxist system led Soviet Russia: under Jewish Capitalism as well as Jewish Communism, all Christians are fated to be the slaves of the Jews. National Socialist Germany understood all of this, implemented a Christian economy, and because of this it was demonized by World Jewry and destroyed by its willing Capitalist slaves.