Martinez and Howe are back for 2023’s first episode of The Roundup! The discussion topic for today is the degenerate leftist underbelly of the Extremely Online Right. It’s getting to the point where one wonders if you can even still call them right-wingers…
The Chinese are reportedly now sicker than they’ve ever been, and so the Chinese government figures it’s the perfect time to open the borders and ease travel restrictions, kind of like they did in April 2020.
Western and Eurasian media alike are working overtime to feverishly justify China’s “Covid Zero” policy (i.e. strict lockdowns and heavy surveillance), hailing it as an unequivocal success. But if it was so successful, why weren’t the Chinese able to contain the virus?
Maybe they’re measuring “success” by a different metric…
Speaking of Eurasian media, the downstream regurgitators thereof are defending every GloboHomo policy agenda from money printing to mass vaccination. In fact, it seems like the only thing they DON’T like about GloboHomo is the “homo.”
And even that’s questionable.
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This is EPISODE 947 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!
The Eurasianists and Duginoids act like NATO affiliation comes with open borders and butt plugs attached, but this hasn’t really been the case for Poland. Since joining NATO, Poland has actually moved in a more rightward direction. In fact, Poland is even harder on Muslim migrants than Russia is.
Kinda makes you wonder why the Eurasianists want to “liberate” it…
In other news, Congress is still deadlocked on picking a new House Speaker, whites are still dying in Ukraine, and the Extremely Online Right is still debating which ideology to use as the basis for their Twitter and Telegram drag names.
This is EPISODE 946 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!
The Keynesian experiment and socialism may differ somewhat in form, but they have the same end result:
Rational resource allocation eventually breaks down in both cases because monetary systems can’t survive being decoupled from the scarcity of physical reality or the preferences of the people who exist within it. Human preferences are infinite; goods and services are not. Money only works as the middle ground between infinite wants and finite resources so long as it has a tangible connection to both.
When a Keynesian or socialist central bank inflates the supply of currency relative to the supply of goods and services, the first effect is higher prices. The second is material shortages.
The disarray and turbulence in global markets (and geopolitics) is a function of the distortions caused by government central banks. Some countries are already feeling it worse than others, and “anti-fascist proxy wars against the Anglo-Saxons” in Eastern European countries aren’t doing them any favors.
This is EPISODE 945 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!
Eurasianists frame the proliferation of cultural Marxism as the cultural suicide of Anglo-Saxons, but its tenets haven’t really been internalized by the vast majority of white westerners, Anglo or otherwise.
Cultural Marxism wasn’t something that emerged organically out of western culture or ideology. Cultural Marxism is a product of anti-western subversion. The people who promote it KNOW it’s bad for the west. That’s WHY they promote it.
Their disdain for the west and its history is something the western elite have in common with the Eurasianists.
This is EPISODE 944 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!