Hopefully, $2 Trillion in Government Handouts Will Finally Kill Libertarianism

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 28, 2020

If we just turn into a society where everyone stays home all the time and the government sends them money… well, that is probably better than where we were headed otherwise.

There is literally no reason that we can’t just keep printing money and give it to people for free as they stay in their houses in a state of paranoid hysteria because of viruses.

I don’t mind just sitting on the sidelines and watching.

I do fine alone, personally.

Fox News:

President Trump on Friday signed a more than $2 trillion legislative package to combat the coronavirus pandemic and send economic relief to workers and businesses squeezed by restrictions meant to stop the outbreak’s spread after the House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved the legislation earlier in the day.

“I want to thank Democrats and Republicans for coming together and putting America first,” Trump said during an afternoon Oval Office signing ceremony.

Trump marveled at the magnitude of the aid package as he penned his name on the legislation: “I’ve never signed anything with a ‘T’ on it,” Trump quipped of the trillions of dollars of new spending.

The legislation, approved by voice vote despite 11th-hour drama arising from a GOP lawmaker’s objections, amounts to the costliest stimulus plan in U.S. history. It includes checks for most Americans, boosted unemployment aid, help for small business as well as a massive loan fund for corporations – at a time when unemployment is surging at a record pace, a consequence of businesses closing in compliance with social distancing guidelines.

Hopefully, Coronavirus will destroy libertarianism, if nothing else.

It is the absolute most poisonous thing, having these Republicans refuse to do anything for their constituents because they believe the government shouldn’t even exist.

The government does exist, it is the biggest government that has ever existed, and it isn’t going to stop spending money because Republicans take a principled stance and refuse to allow money to be spent on their own issues.

Attaching fiscal liberalism to social conservatism was such a stupid idea to begin with, and the refusal of the American conservatives to use the government to accomplish their agenda is probably the prime reason why we lost so badly over the last 70 years.

For example:

  • Republicans accepted that it wasn’t any of the government’s business if men had anal sex with each other, because the government doesn’t represent the people.
  • Democrats turned around and used every mechanism of the state to force homosexuality down people’s throats.

Homosexuality was never a popular thing. What was popular was the theory that the government doesn’t have a right to tell people what to do. Homosexuality never could have been pushed through if Republicans had been willing to say “the government is a part of our society, thus it should enforce our values.”

The government does have a “right” to tell people what to do, because it has the ability to tell people what to do, and that is all a “right” actually is in reality.

Libertarians took over the GOP with Reagan and the National Review and they’ve served as an evil parasite, doing the bidding of Jews, telling Christians that it is morally wrong to fight for their interests. Their economic positions are as dumb as their philosophical values.

A Republican president signing a $2 trillion “aid package” probably represents the end of this kind of stupid dogma.

Good on the big guy.

My America isn’t dead yet.