Consider how we have been duped into being "good Capitalists." Karl Marx wrote the Communist Manifesto in 1848. Mid-1800s Europe experienced many communist revolutions and uprisings, which of course unsettled the European ruling elites and traditional academics. So naturally, our side, the European elites, became opposed to the jewish (later Zionist)-led communists. In a stroke of diabolical genius, Marx then wrote, in 1867, Das Kapital, in which he railed against the evils of the capitalist system. We fell into the old trap of supporting whatever it was that our enemy opposed (at least on the surface), and became ardent capitalists in opposition to the communist economic system. Now of course, we had already had capitalism through the Rothschild and other Zionist/Jewish banks for centuries, but after this time all Western non-communist nations became increasingly capitalist at the expense of the European free enterprise systems that we had used before.
So we had (and still have to a degree), capitalist Zionist bankers on one side of the aisle and communist Zionists on the other side of the aisle - two sides that were diametrically opposed to each other. Except that the dividing aisle was fake and under both systems Zionists consolidated their power on Western nations. Now, after the fall of communism - which came about largely due to Zionists sucking the wealth out of our communist nations (look who the Oligarchs are in Russia - where do they hide when in legal trouble? Israel!) - the former communist nations look to capitalism as a great counterbalance to their oppressive state-controlled economies under communism. But the only reason that capitalism outlasted communism is that there were still many elements of free enterprise in Western capitalism, allowing White ingenuity to create wealth relatively unhindered (Those elements are, of course, being eliminated through taxes and regulations as the globalists consolidate their power). So all of the former communist White nations ran away from the Zionist-communist monster straight into the Zionist-capitalist debt monster.
None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe