Andy Serwer (doesn’t appear to be a Jew) is what we call a good Goy. He understands the significance of what a danger all of these freedoms represent. Why, just think about all of the money it’s costing you (well not you but someone else).
Freedom isn’t free.
You may think that statement is trite. I actually think it makes a ton of sense.
You may think this is going to be an article about the price our veterans have paid to keep us free by fighting wars for the Jews but you would be wrong.
Americans are rightfully proud to live in the Land of the Free. We have more freedom than most countries in all sorts of awesome ways: religion, speech, movement, etc.
But how much freedom is just too much? Don’t worry, Andy Serwer is here to tell you.
Of course, there are limits to our freedom. We are not free to murder and pillage, sell heroin, run naked onto an NFL field.
You know where this is headed, right? If you guessed “Mean words on the internet that the Jews don’t like = the same as murder” you would be correct.
There are also what I call ‘debatable freedoms,” those which we have hashed out to decide whether or not they are worth exercising. Our acceptance of them evolves over time. Think legalized marijuana or same-sex marriage.
That’s funny because I see this example as more of a demonstration of “give the Jews an inch and they’ll take a mile.”
And then there are other societal freedoms many of us seem to believe in that come with huge, often under-recognized, and to my mind, hard-to-defend costs.
You may think that these things should be decided by learned men. Well, your wait is over. We’ve found our judge of what should and shouldn’t be freedoms given to us and his name is Andy Serwer who writes for Yahoo.
Three examples here are free, unfettered financial markets; a wide-open internet; and nearly unlimited access to firearms.
It’s funny in a way. We see the same old tactics over and over again. The first one: unfettered markets is the bait. People read that knowing that ((Wall Street)) is screwing them over and they are supposed to think, ‘Yeah maybe this guy has a point’. However do you really think that is the one they are interested in? LOL silly silly Goy.
You could argue that the financial crisis of 2008/2009 came about in large part because of deregulated or under-regulated financial markets. Speculation in credit derivatives and mortgage-backed securities, along with accompanying risks that were poorly understood, created systemic risk, which badly damaged our nation’s economy and much of the rest of the world’s as well.
I seriously doubt those who were running these scams on Wall Street didn’t understand what they were doing. In fact considering virtually all of them came out smelling like a rose pretty much confirms this. So as Nazi, I’m all for getting a grip on these out of control investment markets. At least Andy and I have this in common, right? Right? I mean, if Andy is for cracking down on these Wall Street shysters that’s something I can get behind. So tell us Andy, what do you propose to crack down on these guys? Outlaw corporations? Special laws to protect certain accounts so people like Jamie Dimon can’t raid people’s money? Labor camps for crooks? How about simply reinstating the old law that forced banks to keep their investment business separate from their banking business?
I’m thinking mostly about increasing the amount of capital for securities firms.
That’s right. His answer is they should have more money. Wow. Andy is not afraid to put forward these tough and controversial decisions. Now let’s get to the ones that he really cares about.
Next the Internet.
Of course. Why am I not surprised?
First let’s acknowledge that the internet isn’t completely free to begin with, even in the U.S. You cannot legally post child pornography or sell opioids on the web, for example.
And do you know what’s just as bad as child porn? Saying things and posting memes that the Jews don’t like, that’s what.
Honestly stuff like this is probably worse than child porn. It just sends a shiver down my spine. Besides, the kiddies may actually like it, right Goyim?
Again, I know Americans will hate to admit this, but clearly we need more regulation. Why? Because the costs are too high not to.
Costs? What costs Andy? Unless you’re calculating all of the time I’ve had to spend resetting up accounts on Twitter over the years for offending Marxists and kikes, I don’t really see it.
For instance, how much did the hacks on our parent company Yahoo cost?
Wait what? I’m pretty sure hacking is already against the law Andy. Besides, the fact that Yahoo and these other companies are so incompetent as to not have adequate security kind of comes off as passing the buck here.
And there are the real biggies: What is the cost to our society of Russian trolling and fake news on Facebook and Twitter?
Ah now we finally get to it. Trolls on the internet are too expensive.
…………maybe you saw that Facebook just announced that it was hiring 1,000 people to review its content. That figures to be a $100 million cost. But these millions are just snowflakes on the tip of an iceberg of costs.
Don’t you love it? Faceberg is hiring a thousand people to shut down speech that the left doesn’t like and the problem is people saying things the left doesn’t like.
…………..these companies must own up to one degree or another that they are responsible for all content on their platforms
Which will virtually end these companies. Great call Andy. I can see why this guy got fired from his last job and is now working for Yahoo. Honestly he’s lucky he’s not stuck somewhere like Buzzfeed, though he’s not far from it. So he thinks that social media companies with millions if not billions of people posting content on their sites should be ultimately responsible for all of the content on their site. Andy, you are supposed to be a smart guy. Can you not possibly see a problem with this reasoning?
The cost here is massive. But the cost of allowing Russian trolls and Macedonian teenagers the unfettered ability to destabilize our society is far higher.
I have news for you Andy: by now everyone knows that whenever you people say “Russian trolls” you actually mean anyone not a leftist. You aren’t fooling anyone with that shit.
And finally we have the freedom in America to buy nearly any kind of firearm our heart desires, even if these guns aren’t designed for hunting or self-defense.
Starting off with a bald faced lie, never a good sign. For those of you in Europe let me clue you in on something: contrary to what the ((media)) tells you, one is not able to buy any kind of firearm that your heart desires in America.
Ted Miller, a researcher with the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, estimates ……….that a typical day in America costs $600 million for shootings. Miller’s tallies include medical and insurance costs, the cost of police and first responders, the cost to employers and the dollar value of lives lost.
Look Andy, it’s not as though Grandpa Lampshade doesn’t realize we have a problem with these things. So how about we actually address the real problem? Are you ready to discuss addressing the black problem in our country? After all, the vast majority of these gun crimes you are kvetching about are blacks, not white people going around doing drive bys.
Limiting access to guns reduces shootings, which among other things reduces costs to our society.
But if we got rid of niggers, we would eliminate most of our gun problems as well as basically being able to eliminate the welfare system. Think of how much money that would save Andy!
Am I worried that limiting the public’s access to assault weapons will confer too much power to the government? Not so much that I wouldn’t make the trade-off in a second.
Do you live in a black neighborhood Andy? No, of course you don’t. Why not Andy?
So, you see what I say all that freedom not being free. But maybe it’s not so much about framing it as reducing the amount of freedom we have in the financial markets, or on the web, or in buying weapons. It’s understanding the costs and the trade-offs and then making smart decisions.
Yes and I’m all about making smart decisions Andy. Financial problems with the nation: get rid of the Jews. Problem with the internet? Fixed at the same time as the financial sector, sort of a two birds with one stone sort of thing. Gun violence? Ship the blacks back to Africa, problem solved. Come on Andy, you’re obviously not afriad to propose controversial solutions to these problems, how about it?