Self made man


I’ve done all right for myself.

I’ve got a big house, in a nice area, with a nice flash car.

I’m all right Jack.


I’ve got a team of lads working for me in my factory.

Even when I’m on holiday, the money is rolling in.

Most of them are cheap foreign labour and agency guys;

which I can get rid off and replace with a snap of my finger.


I’ve also got a portfolio of buy-to-let properties I let out to Eastern Europeans.

Kerching kerching – nice little earner.

Nice bit of residual income.


I’ve got the marble-topped kitchen, solid oak heated flooring, belong to a posh health club, have my own wine cellar, swimming pool, nice holidays and lots of comforts.

I’ve made it!


I started off in life with nothing. 

I built my way up – through using and parasitising off of others.

Their labour, their creativity – but I’m smart enough to capitalise off their energy.

And I’m proud as punch.


I’m good with money. 

Just seem to have a natural flair for amassing lots of it.

I love the stuff.

I can’t get enough of it.

Investments, shares, stocks, hedge funds, networking, schemes, scams.

In fact there’s nothing I wouldn’t do for money – love it.


But what I really love most of all; is when I drive around in my flash sports car, knowing that people look up to me and say ….


He’s a self-made man.



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  1. aj

     /  January 8, 2015

    A relevant excerpt from Henry Ford’s The International Jew:

    The essence of the Jewish Idea in its influence on the labor world is the same as in all other departments — the destruction of real values in favor of fictitious values. The Jewish philosophy of money is not to “make money,” but to “get money.” The distinction between these two is fundamental. That explains Jews being “financiers” instead of “captains of industry.” It is the difference between “getting” and “making.”

    The creative, constructive type of mind has an affection for the thing it is doing. The non-Jewish worker formerly chose the work he liked best. He did not change employment easily, because there was a bond between him and the kind of work he had chosen. Nothing else was so attractive to him. He would rather draw a little less money and do what he liked to do, than a little more and do what irked him. The “maker” is always thus influenced by his liking.

    Not so the “getter.” It doesn’t matter what he does, so long as the income is satisfactory. He has no illusions, sentiments or affections on the side of work. It is the “geld” that counts. He has no attachment for the things he makes, for he doesn’t make any; he deals in the things which other men make and regards them solely on the side of their money-making value. “The joy of creative labor” is nothing to him, not even an intelligible saying.

    Now, previous to the advent of Jewish socialistic and subversive ideas, the predominant thought in the labor world was to “make” things and thus “make” money. There was a pride among mechanics. Men who made things were a sturdy, honest race because they dealt with ideas of skill and quality, and their very characters were formed by the satisfaction of having performed useful functions in society. They were the Makers. And society was solid so long as they were solid. Men made shoes as exhibitions of their skill. Farmers raised crops for the inherent love of crops, not with reference to far-off money-markets. Everywhere THE JOB was the main thing and the rest was incidental.

    The only way to break down this strong safeguard of society — a creative laboring class of sturdy character — was to sow other ideas among it; and the most dangerous of all the ideas sown was that which substituted “get” for “make.”

    With the required manipulation of the money and food markets, enough pressure could be brought to bear on the ultimate consumers to give point to the idea of “get,” and it was not long before the internal relations of American business were totally upset, with Jews at the head of the banking system, and Jews at the head of both the conservative and radical elements of the Labor Movement, and, most potent of all, the Jewish Idea sowed through the minds of workingmen. What Idea? The idea of “get” instead of “make.”

    The idea of “get” is a vicious, anti-social and destructive idea when held alone; but when held in company with “make” and as second in importance, it is legitimate and constructive. As soon as a man or a class is inoculated with the strictly Jewish idea of “getting” — (“getting mine”; “getting while the getting is good”; honestly if you can, dishonestly if you must — but get it” — all of which are notes of this treasonable philosophy), the very cement of Duncan society loses its adhesiveness and begins to crumble. The great myth and fiction of Money has been forced into the place of real things, and the second step of the drama can thus be opened up.

    Jewish influence on the thought of the working-men of the United States, as well as on the thought of business and professional men, has been bad, thoroughly bad. This is not manifested in a division between “capital” and “labor,” for there are no such separate elements; there is only the executive and operating departments of American business. The real division is between the Jewish Idea of “get” and the Anglo-Saxon idea of “make,” and at the present time the Jewish idea has been successful enough to have caused an upset.

    All over the United States, in many branches of trade, Communist colleges are maintained, officered and taught by Jews. These so-called colleges exist in Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Rochester, Pittsburgh, New York, Philadelphia and other cities, the whole intent being to put all American labor on a “get” basis, which must prove the economic damnation of the country. That is the end sought, as in Russia.
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    Just started rereading yesterday. It’s been years. One of the VERY best sources. One we need to get back into wider circulation. Thanks for the reminder, D.

    • Thanks aj. Yes me too. I’ve only just re-read it again. lat time was five years ago – this time it resonates so much clearer.

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