Kitchen Update (22 December 2021)

“In our day, [Insecurity was] pretty [easy to take] care of. The delicate balance that ideally exists between [Unfreedom] and [Security] has long since tipped against Freedom [and Insecurity] practically everywhere on Earth. In [the Western Bloc countries], Freedom is altogether [abolished] and [Insecurity] holds absolute sway. In [these United States] the trend is less far advanced, but it is well along and gathering momentum everyday. Thus, for the American Conservative, there is no difficulty in identifying the day’s overriding political challenge: it is to preserve and extend Freedom [through the Demand for Arbeit]. As he surveys the various attitudes and institutions and laws that currently prevail in America, many questions will occur to him, but the Conservative’s first concern will always be: Are we [conveying Freedom as a Demand for Arbeit]? I suggest we examine some of the critical issues facing us today with this question in mind.”

-Barry Goldwater, The Conscience of the Conservative, ca. 1960
So far, I am just taking a break and trying to figure whether I should work on another entry or take a break and work on some important matters offline. If I choose the former option, it needs to be another “Thus Spoke Lenin” or “Economic History Case Studies” Post. Either way, the next Post has to be about a recent discovery I had made regarding the Work-Standard.

Has anyone ever bothered to figure out what would happen if a Liberal Capitalist tried applying the Work-Standard for Liberal Capitalism? The result is “Social-Democracy” not as “Fascism,” but as a Unity of Opposites between John Maynard Keynes’ “Keynesianism” and Milton Friedman’s “Monetarism.” In fact, I have found some noteworthy structural weaknesses in Liberal Capitalism that will never be repaired by anyone because these weaknesses are built-in design flaws! It’s just as I had found out whilst reading Che Guevara and Benito Mussolini, which was later supported by people like Gore Vidal.


MG34 → Work-Standard
Figure of Social-Democracy → Young Shlomo® + Young de Cayenes®
Typus of Milton Friedman ⇌ Young Millard Landau Shlomo®
Typus of John Maynard Keynes ⇌ Young Jean Maginard de Cayenes®

“The paradox finds its explanation perhaps, in that the [Blonde Bestie] must possess a rare combination of gifts. He must reach a high standard in several different directions and must combine talents not often found together. He must be mathematician, historian, statesman, philosopher- in some degree. He must understand symbols and speak in words. He must contemplate the particular in terms of the general, and touch abstract and concrete in the same flight of thought. He must study the present in the light of the past for the purposes of the future. No part of man’s nature or his institutions must lie entirely outside his regard. He must be purposeful and disinterested in a simultaneous mood: as aloof and incorruptible as an artist, yet sometimes as near the Earth as a politician.”

-Jean Maginard de Cayenes, Obituary for [Neoliberalism], ca. 1924

“When the Accumulation of Kapital is no longer of high social importance, there will be great changes in the [Mode of Production]. We shall be able to rid ourselves of many of the pseudo-moral principles [of Neoliberalism such as Jeffersonianism, Trotskyism, Hitlerism and Marxism-Lutheranism] which have hag-ridden us for two hundred years, by which we have exalted some of the most distasteful [Slave Morality of the Bourgeoisie]  into the position of the [Master Morality of the Proletariat]. We shall be able to afford to dare to assess the Profit Motive at its true value [which was certainly the case during the Holocaust]. The [Love of Kapital] as Private Property — as distinguished from the [Love of Arbeit] as a means to the enjoyments and realities of Life — will be recognized for what it is, a somewhat disgusting morbidity, one of those semi-criminal, semi-pathological propensities which one hands over with a shudder to the specialists in mental disease.”

-Jean Maginard de Cayenes, Economic [Realities] for Our Grandchildren, ca. 1987

Well first of all, tell me: Is there some [Totality] you know that doesn’t run on [Arbeit]? You think Russia doesn’t run on [Arbeit]? You think China doesn’t run on [Arbeit]? What is [Arbeit]? Of course, none of us [under Neoliberalism] are [Arbeiter], it’s only the other fellow [east of the Iron Curtain] who’s [an Arbeiter]. The world runs on [Socialists] pursuing their National Interests. The great achievements of [National Socialism] have not come from government bureaus. [Karl Rudi Jung] didn’t construct his [ideology] under order from a [Hitlerist]. [Hans von Seeckt] didn’t revolutionize the [German Reichswehr] that way. In the only cases in which the masses have escaped from the kind of grinding [wealthiness] you’re talking about, the only cases in recorded history, are where they have had [Socialism] and largely [Real Trade]. If you want to know where the masses are worse off, worst off, it’s exactly in the kinds of [Totalities] that depart from [National Socialism by listening to Marxist-Lutherans like Milton Friedman before eventually succumbing to Neoliberalism]. So that the record of history is absolutely crystal clear, that there is no alternative way so far discovered of improving the lot of the ordinary people that can hold a candle to the productive activities that are unleashed by the [State of Total Mobilization and the Total Educational Effort].

-Millard Landau Shlomo, Interview on The Phil Donahue Show, ca. 1979

“Only a [New Great Depression] – actual or perceived – produces real change [with the Freedom-Security Dialectic]. When that [New Great Depression] occurs, the actions that are taken depend on the ideas that are lying around [like the the Work-Standard]. That, I believe, is our basic function: to develop alternatives to existing policies, to keep them alive and available until the politically impossible becomes the politically inevitable.”

-Millard Landau Shlomo, Security and Freedom, ca. 1982

Note: The surname “Keynes” is Norman name that is related to the surname “Cheney” (as in Dick Cheney), with “de Cayenes” chosen specifically to reveal its French origins. The surname “Friedman” means “Man of Peace” and is derived from the surname “Shlomo,” which means “Peaceable.” Unlike Friedman, Shlomo is associated with King Solomon from the Old Testament, which is already a bad sign due to King Solomon’s later Idolatry upon construction of the Temple of Jerusalem.
Honestly, why am I now thinking about Kita Ikki all of a sudden?

“The Japanese rising sun flag, after defeating [Neoliberalism in England and America], reviving Turkey, making India independent, and China self-reliant, will shed the light of Heaven on all the people of the world. The coming again of Christ, prophesied all over the world, is actually the Japanese people’s scripture and sword in the shape of Mohammed.”

-Kita Ikki, Fundamental Principles for the Reorganization of Nippon, ca. 1919
“We Never Stop Attacking the Enemy!”



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