September 5, 2007
By Patrick Grimm
Jewish political movements are internationalist. What is neo-conservatism but another dazzling panoply of pretend “conservative” ideas hidden behind the fig leaf of anti-Communism? Jewish Trotskyites took to the neo-conservative or New Rightist camp because Communism moved from the internationalism of Trotsky to the nationalism that occurred after the Stalinist purges and soon these Jews were men without a country, unless of course you count Israel, which came later. The fact that neo-conservatives are anti-Communist is small comfort because it only signifies the abandonment of an idea after it shifted and adopted the accoutrements of nationalist fervor, if not for any other reason but to get a few ethnic Russians (Gentiles) on board what would eventually be a sinking ship.
Everything about neo-conservatism has Jewish utopianism stenciled all over it. The “free market” of Bill Kristol, Norman Podhoretz and David Frum does not exist, but is a mirage, a castle in the air built from the top down by the ideologues of the Weekly Standard, the American Spectator and the now morally and politically compromised National Review, which junked its purist conservative pedigree a long while back. Neo-conservatism was never about grassroots. It was a top-down slapped together structure injected with moneys from Scaife, Olin and other rich corporate foundations, coffers stuffed full of Jew bucks who saw a new angle and a new opportunity for control and for manipulating the message of both sides of the aisle.
Neo-conservatism floats the concept of “free trade” which would plummet like a lead balloon if the masses only understood what this type of corporate overclass pseudo-economics really meant for working Americans. The Kristol-Lites and their Jacobin acolytes envision a world where wages still rise as jobs head South and are outsourced overseas by the millions. They support an easy flow of cheap labor to America, but promise the average worker that this will not portend smaller paychecks. Non-unionized corporatism of the kind practiced since the roaring 1980s will, they promise, soon create a boon for the middle class and the lower-middle class blue collar laborer, even as jobs vanish, wages smack the nadir of Second World levels and an “open economy” leaves nothing but service positions in its wake. They must close the floodgates now, so that the “benefits” can flow like milk and honey later. Nonsense. What they must also do is shift the tax burden from corporations and the wealthy onto the backs of working Americans.
The worldview of the neo-conservatives or the phony-conservatives is simply inverted Marxism. It is as utopian as the Communist Manifesto and nearly as pernicious. As paleo-conservative Claes G. Ryn puts it “neoconservatism is analogous to Bolshevism: in the same way that the Bolsheviks wanted to destroy established ways of life throughout the world to replace them with communism, the neoconservatives want to do the same, only imposing free-market capitalism and American-style liberal democracy instead of socialism.” 
The above statement couldn’t be more accurate. The neo-con Jews (and a few Gentiles) want to spread globalism and the “free market” to every corner of the world, even if they have to do it by war, bloodshed and imperialism, in much the same way that the Soviet Union stretched its tentacles to squeeze nearly a fifth of the world’s population in the twentieth century. The neo-cons are not spreading the “free market” at all. They are spreading slave labor and corporate capitalism, a borderless hegemony that has no allegiances but the Almighty Dollar. Gee whiz, it’s almost akin to what a gulag work camp used to be.
Oh, what a long strange trip it’s been. Yet it seems that the journey from the Bolshevik Left to the New Right was not such a long walk for the Trotskyite Jews after all.