Op-Ed: Can Michael Bloomberg Ride Racial Incoherence to Victory?

Not too long ago, the platonic form of an evil Jewish finance-capitalist running as a Democrat would be laughed out of the room.

This was a major factor in Michael Bloomberg's decision to run as a Republican in his then long shot bid to become Mayor of Democratic stronghold New York City in 2000. Despite lining up with Democrats on most social issues, he was able to buy a weak endorsement from Rudy Giuliani and the Manhattan GOP (and by the end of his third term, multiply his net worth from $4 billion to $54 billion), narrowly defeating his Democratic opponent by outspending him 5 to 1. 

With Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders skating by in the polls on the fumes of 2016 socialist populism, the media has scoffed at the idea of an unironic plutocrat with no charisma and a straight neoliberal platform being able to buy the nomination. They are wrong. 

The Eternal Jew Reveals Himself 

With less than a month into the race and not one appearance on a debate stage, Bloomberg's $100 million dollar media push has already started to bare fruit. Over half of all potential voters have seen a Bloomberg ad. 

Currently, he is polling at 6% just behind Buttigieg, which seems paltry but shouldn't be dismissed. At this time in 2003, John Kerry, another unpopular candidate among the wealthiest to ever run for president, was polling at 4% in a similarly crowded primary field.  

What makes Bloomberg a unique threat is his campaign strategy. He is planning to ignore ordinary white voters in order to cobble together a non-white voting bloc with no self-starting thought by purchasing big endorsements and media repetition.

There is no reason to believe he can't win big states with large minority participation like Texas, South Carolina and California, where his ideological predecessor Hillary Clinton crushed Bernie in 2016.  

This is demonstrated by his plan to skip New Hampshire and Iowa, two traditional kingmakers that are overwhelmingly white. Bloomberg could've easily afforded some last minute campaigning in these states but understands that white working class heartland Democrats will be very suspicious of a New York Jew whose only agenda is taking guns from the law-abiding, have totally open borders, and cement America's fate as a Wall Street cappuccino: Jews as the foam on top of a brown slave class. Regular whites? Invisible. 

Bloomberg is absolutely right in his assumptions. He has the highest unfavorability rating of all the candidates in New Hampshire and Iowa. It's getting harder to fool white voters, and a man who looks and acts like the Grinch Who Stole Christmas has a goy-not-named-Trump's chance in Manhattan Real Estate. 

Bloomberg 2020's appeal can be seen in its ads looped across non-white TV sets, which feature virtually no white people unless they are gay. 

So far, Bloomberg is on track to outspend his opponents in Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, Atlanta, St. Louis, Detroit and other zones where the white population is politically irrelevant, hardly more than a rare museum piece.

The gamble is on winning a pyrrhic victory in states with many delegates, then outscoring his highly competitive rivals. It's farfetched on paper, but so is a Republican able to game the NYC city council into giving him a third term to rule as for as long as Hitler led Germany.  

The Jewish World Order is Capitalist, Not Communist 

Many conservatives who accept race claim that America's browning is behind the rise of new socialist radicals: AOC, Ilhan Omar, Bernie Sanders.

But in truth, most minorities tend to vote for whatever is put in front of them or they see more of, usually the establishment candidate. Joe Biden is doing better with black voters than Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, both who have extremely white bases of support. While Somalis played a role in Ilhan Omar's victory, her district is 70% white. While AOC's district is majority non-white, this was also true for the recent victories of the establishment incumbent she replaced, Joe Crowley, What made all the difference in AOC's victory, who only got 16,000 votes (4,000 more than Crowley), was young white "woke" leftists ironically pushing non-whites and ethnic whites out to gentrify Queens and change its political structure.

Meanwhile in multicultural cities like Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, and so on, unapologetic Jewish vulture capitalists have recently done well in Mayoral races (Rahm Emanuel, Eric Garcetti, Mike Bloomberg).

These cities, despite having a "left-wing" reputation, have African style wealth inequality, merciless capitalist exploitation, third world levels of corruption, horrible schools, the fewest civil liberties, and the least civically engaged populations. This is combined with institutionalized anti-white animosity encouraged in non-whites as a scapegoat for the antics of Jews and the local elites ruling them, and a few government jobs to keep small groups of browns and blacks showing up every four years while they get priced out of their homes or struggle to buy groceries. 

The 21st Century Robber Barons 

Most Marxists are uncomfortable with the facts, but the kind of aggressive multiracialism we see in America is what keeps capitalists like Michael Bloomberg wealthy and unaccountable. 

A more muted version of the kinds of corruption and lack of political representation rife in America today was seen during the "Age of the Robber Barons," which coincided with mass immigration in the late 19th century going into the early 20th.

During this time, the unlimited flow of immigrants made it difficult for workers to organize or gain leverage on capital. Furthermore, social unity in demanding justice against unscrupulous businessmen and thieving politicians was difficult.

As Jeff Sessions has remarked, it was the 1924 Immigration Act that helped spur the creation of the American middle class. Through this immigration moratorium and assimilation of diverse Europeans, Americans were able to unite to fight back. Today, after this restriction on immigration was upended, union membership is at a 70-year low.  

Immigration policy alone is not the only thing that dramatically changed the lives of Americans from the 1930s to the 50s. The scare of the Second World War, where radical white anti-capitalists in Italy and Germany took the liberal order by storm, and later the Soviet alternative swinging over capital's heads like Damocles' sword during the Cold War, forced the ruling class to provide more concessions to common people. 

Many of these hard fought victories by white workers were overturned in the 1980s, when the Soviet Union was exhausted by the arm's race and the promise that everyone would get rich if finance was unchained had not been tested for a while. The supposed rise in living standards households have seen since the 1970s is the product of destroying motherhood and introducing two-income households as the rich get richer. 

Today we are in a new, more technocratic age of robber barons. This time, they have engineered a society that is virtually impossible to unite due to drastic differences in culture and race within 21st century America. The irony is that whites on both sides lose, including more feral white leftists whose dreams of a Bernie presidency will continue to be dashed by non-whites who are more likely to push establishment candidates through. 

Bloomberg is unlikely to be the Democratic nominee, but he will do much better than expected. As the electorate gets less white, the chances for someone like Bloomberg to nakedly buy the presidency will increase.