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Alex Jones debates David Duke

 

Part 1

 

Aug 18, 2015

 

Published on Youtube, Aug 20, 2015

 

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TRANSCRIPT

 

 

[NOTE TO READERS: If you spot any errors in the text please leave a note in the comment section. Thanks.]

 

 

CONTENTS

 

 

PART 1 ………………………………. 1

 

Alex Jones Introduction: history of the human race and tribalism

Christian Western ethic of transcending tribalism and having a tribe of love and of helping others

Targeting Whites with cultural guilt to accept the larger New World Order agenda

Erase words and create a new dark age of ignorance

The New World Order controls all the sides, keeps us tribal, wages war against the black community

David Duke is the mirror image of the spectrum that is promoted by La Mancha La Raza and the black supremacist groups

Humanity being paved over by the Hollywood culture of death

I want to get people outside the box to see the prison economy

 

David Duke Introduction: who the real elite is in this country and the world that is truly an enemy of all mankind?

There exists a vicious hate propaganda and racism against the European Americans.

European Americans have about a 1.6 birthrate which means we are losing a quarter of our people every generation.

European Americans have no  control over the media, the banking system, the Federal Reserve, our foreign policy or even our politics

Over the past three decades every Federal Reserve chairman and vice chairman has been a Jewish supremacist

Zionism absolutely is a jewish supremacist phenomena. It is a racist phenomena

How the jews have become the American elite

Goldman Sachs, the biggest predator, the most evil predator, international bank in the world

Goldman Sachs, the chief corporate contributor of both the Democrats and the Republicans

Paying women not to have men in the house literally destroyed the black community

Blacks and Whites are victims of this Zio control of our media

Every one of the ten largest Hollywood studios of movies and television are all Jewish controlled

What do you think of Donald Trump?

I don’t know if I can trust him, because he has been involved with the Zionists.

Orwell talked about the controlled opposition

In the 1960s, as a young teen, I began to realize that European Americans were going to become a minority in this country.

Jewish divide and conquer strategy

What is your view of at Adolf Hitler?

The West funded the rise of Hitler

No evidence at all that western nations supported the rise of Hitler

So everything is the Jews fault?

Public gender neutral bathrooms

They are in a race to Balkanize us

The KKK was not the author of Planned Parenthood.

We have a repeating cycle of poverty in America

There is a problem with White birthrates in America.

Jewish racism and tribalism is the real supremacy on the planet earth

The people being genocided are the European people. Our birthrate now is 1.6 per couple

Sexual degeneracy, the lesbian and gay agenda is 98% dominated and controlled by Jewish extremists.

Every major Jewish organization in America supports gun control

Kill White people and get paid for it, what’s not to like”.

Jews dominated the world wide slave trade for two thousand years!

There is a Jewish campaign to make Whites a minority everywhere they live

David, were you a “goblin Cyclops” before you were a dragon?

I think the war between the States was not a civil war.

The South might have won the war if it wasn’t for Judah P. Benjamin

Rabbi Yosef compared gentiles around the world, black people as well, anyone who is not a Jew, with a donkey.

David Duke is basically saying there is a world wide Jewish conspiracy

Putting fluoride in the water to reduce fertility of everybody and to reduce IQ

What should be done with the Jews if you are right?

 

 

PART 2 ………………………………. 33

What’s my position on fluoridation? I’m absolutely against it.

Dukes position on eugenics

The Monsanto family was a huge Jewish slave holding family

Alexander Solzhenitsyn on the greatest mass murder of all times by Jewish communism.

The chief financial supporter of the Bolshevik Revolution was the Jew Jacob Schiff

The Jew Yagoda killing 10 million Christians in Russia

Jewish terrorism in the Lavon Affair

The deliberate attack on the USS Liberty by Israel

Jonathan Pollard and the most damaging spy case in American history

Looking out into the future, where do you see the world in 10, 20, 30 years

If this continues to go on, exactly the same kind of conditions that under Jewish-led Bolshevism in Russia. Gulags and the destruction of our people

The “Jewish” takeover of America

WW II was a destructive war against European mankind that could have been avoided.

Jacob Javits, led the fight for the opening of our borders to change our immigration law in, ’67

Some say Catholics are in control of everything

I don’t care if you are black, White, Asian or whatever

You wouldn’t tell me what Grand Cyclops, Grand Dragon meant. I mean those are serious questions

Our people are facing real genocide. We are facing the loss of our own countries

Every major Jewish organisation supports this destruction of America

There are more Jews, at Harvard and the Ivy League, 2% per cent of the population, than there are our 70%

In my book “The Secret Behind Communism” I prove that the Russian revolution was overwhelmingly a Jewish movement.

Oh! You never answered the question about the whole Catholic conspiracy

It’s not the Catholics who own and control the Hollywood destructive media. It’s not Catholics who control the international banks

Christian Zionists, I feel for them, I feel pity for them. That they’ve been so brainwashed by the Jewish media

I’d love to hear Duke’s opinion about Vladimir Putin

This idea of Jewish supremacy and control of the world, has been around a long time

Man, I just, it’s just Jew, Jew, Jew, Jew, Jew.

What about the Rockefellers and the Nazis?

The Rothschilds, by the way, bought off Winston Churchill, a gentile collaborator

They have ethnically cleansed 600,000 Palestinians

The reason we’ve supported ISIS, is because Israel saw Syria as an enemy

Are you a Christian?

Yes I am.

Jews were the ones, in fact, who crucified Jesus Christ

Jews have been an enemy of the rest of mankind for a long time.

David Duke, very wolf like. Nice little friendly wolfie. My, what big eyes he has

 

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Voice Over: He’s the T-Rex of political talk! Alex Jones on the GCN radio network!

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  Alex Jones:  I’m just going to be completely honest, as I’m always am, teleprompter free. Telling it like it is. I’m going to be completely honest with why I have got Dr David Duke, the former Klu Klux Klan Grand Dragon, joining us for the full hour, into the next hour, if he will stay with us.

I think it’s best to start this interview, this debate, this discussion, this way.

I never had people like Dr. William Pierce or David Duke on the show because I did not want to have a Jerry Springer type program or a Rivaldo Riviera type program. If I just wanted ratings I could be a shock jock, and you know, just be a co-host with Howard Stern. I mean literally they have talked to me about a slot on the Howard Stern show. That is not what I have attempted to do. And I thought bringing people on like David Duke would just stir people up, and I’ve always been about trying to get people to transcend tribal, racial, systems. And to have a tribe of humans based on upward mobility, based on renaissance, based on promoting ideas of quality. Based on systems of liberty, and freedom, and private property, and free association. (more…)

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[In this 30 minute video, Paul Weston describes what the hard Left [organized jewry] has done to destroy Britain. Yet he doesn’t name the jew, the real cause, being only content to name their proxies that carry out the destruction. The solution to the problems that Weston describes is very plain. He needs to name the root cause behind our on-going racial and social destruction: organized jewry — KATANA ]

 

[DISCLAIMER: This site has NO affiliation whatsoever with Paul Weston or his Liberty GB Party. I made this transcript because Weston’s view are useful for understanding what is going on despite the fact that he, for whatever reason, is unable to go the whole distance and name (((them))) — KATANA.]

 

 

Paul Weston: How to Destroy a Country

 

 Paul Weston - How to Destroy a Country - VIDEO

 

Published on Aug 2, 2015

 

In this speech to a meeting of Swinton Circle in London on 31 July 2015, Liberty GB leader Paul Weston exposes the Left’s relentless assault on British culture, identity and tradition.

 

 

 

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TRANSCRIPT

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Paul Weston:

 

How to Destroy a Country

 

 

So what Paul [the previous speaker] is saying about this real genuine threat that is coming from the Left today is absolutely right. It’s been going on for a long time. I’m going to open with a quote from a chap called, Charles Reich who was Marxist communist in the 1970s. And he said that:

There is a revolution coming and it will not be like the revolutions of the past. It will originate with the individual and with culture and it will change the political structure as it’s final act. It will not require violence to succeed and it cannot be successfully resisted by violence, this is the revolution of a new generation.

 

Now Charles Reich said that in the 1970s and we today are living pretty much in the end of their revolution. Their long march through the institutions. And it is all around us. We think we are going to the dogs, that this country is not what it was.

 

Well it isn’t. This country is going to the dogs. And it’s not only going to the dogs, it going to a literal end of Western civilization in Britain and all across Europe and now in America as well.

 

What was once immoral is now moral and what was once moral is now immoral. This is the whole inversion of morality. It what drove their revolution. And there is another guy, Georg Lukacs who was part of the Frankfurt School. I won’t bore you with the Frankfurt School, as I’m sure you all know about it. But Lukacs said, quote:

I saw the revolutionary destruction of society as the one and only solution. The worldwide overturning of values can not take place without the annihilation of the old values and the creation of new ones by the revolutionaries.

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[This autobiography of Henry Ford describes the creation and building of the Ford Motor Company as well as his business philosophy. Ford was one of the world’s greatest industrialists, businessmen, entrepreneurs and visionaries. He introduced the assembly line, reduced working hours, introduced a high minimum wage, the five-day work week, etc., at the beginning of the 20th century. Ford was greatly admired by Adolf Hitler, the driving force behind National Socialism. In turn, Ford became an admirer of Hitler and equally shared his understanding of the menace the world faced with International jewry. — KATANA]

 

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My Life and Work

 

Henry Ford

 

 

Part 11 

 

IN  COLLABORATION  WITH

SAMUEL  CROWTHER

 

GARDEN CITY                       NEW YORK

DOUBLEDAY,  PAGE  &  COMPANY

 

1923

 

 

CONTENTS

 

 

 

Introduction — What is the Idea? ……………….……………… 1

Chapter I. The Beginning of Business ……………..….………. 21

Chapter II. What I Learned About Business ……………….. 33

Chapter III. Starting the Real Business …………..………….. 47

Chapter IV. The Secret of Manufacturing and Serving .. 64

Chapter V. Getting into Production ……………….…….……… 77

Chapter VI. Machines and Men …………………………..………. 91

Chapter VII. The Terror of the Machine ………….………….. 103

Chapter VIII. Wages …………………………………………..………. 116

Chapter IX. Why Not Always Have Good Business? ……..131

Chapter X. How Cheaply Can Things Be Made? …….……. 141

Chapter XI. Money and Goods …………………………..……….. 156

Chapter XII. Money — Master or Servant? ………….……… 169

Chapter XIII. Why Be Poor? ……………………………..……….. 184

Chapter XIV. The Tractor and Power Farming ..…….…… 195

Chapter XV. Why Charity? …………………………………………. 206

Chapter XVI. The Railroads ………………………………………… 222

Chapter XVII. Things in General ………………………..……….. 234

Chapter XVIII. Democracy and Industry ………..………….. 253

Chapter XIX. What We May Expect …………………..……….. 267

Index ……………………………………………………………..…..……… 285

 

 

 

Chapter X

 

How Cheaply Can Things Be Made?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No one will deny that if prices are sufficiently low, buyers will always be found, no matter what are supposed to be the business conditions. That is one of the elemental facts of business. Sometimes raw materials will not move, no matter how low the price. We have seen something of that during the last year, but that is because the manufacturers and the distributors were trying to dispose of high-cost stocks before making new engagements. The markets were stagnant, but not “saturated” with goods. What is called a “saturated” market is only one in which the prices are above the purchasing power.

Unduly high prices are always a sign of unsound business, because they are always due to some abnormal condition. A healthy patient has a normal temperature; a healthy market has normal prices. High prices come about commonly by reason of speculation following the report of a shortage. Although there is never a shortage in everything, a shortage in just a few important commodities, or even in one, serves to start speculation. Or again, goods may not be short at all. An inflation of currency or credit will cause a quick bulge in apparent buying power and the consequent opportunity to speculate. There may be a combination of actual shortages and a currency inflation — as frequently happens during war. But in any condition of unduly high prices, no matter what the real cause, the people pay the high prices because they think there is going to be a shortage.

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They may buy bread ahead of their own needs, so as not to be left later in the lurch, or they may buy in the hope of reselling at a profit. When there was talk of a sugar shortage, housewives who had never in their lives bought more than ten pounds of sugar at once tried to get stocks of one hundred or two hundred pounds, and while they were doing this, speculators were buying sugar to store in warehouses. Nearly all our war shortages were caused by speculation or buying ahead of need.

No matter how short the supply of an article is supposed to be, no matter if the Government takes control and seizes every ounce of that article, a man who is willing to pay the money can always get whatever supply he is willing to pay for. No one ever knows actually how great or how small is the national stock of any commodity. The very best figures are not more than guesses; estimates of the world’s stock of a commodity are still wilder. We may think we know how much of a commodity is produced on a certain day or in a certain month, but that does not tell us how much will be produced the next day or the next month. Likewise we do not know how much is consumed. By spending a great deal of money we might, in the course of time, get at fairly accurate figures on how much of a particular commodity was consumed over a period, but by the time those figures were compiled they would be utterly useless except for historical purposes, because in the next period the consumption might be double or half as much. People do not stay put. That is the trouble with all the framers of Socialistic and Communistic, and of all other plans for the ideal regulation of society. They all presume that people will stay put. The reactionary has the same idea. He insists that everyone ought to stay put. Nobody does, and for that I am thankful.

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[Die Autobiographie von Henry Ford die Gründung und Bau der Ford Motor Company sowie seine Unternehmensphilosophie beschreiben. Ford war einer der weltweit größten Industriellen, Geschäftsleute, Unternehmer und Visionäre. Er führte das Fließband, Kurzarbeit, führte eine hohe Mindestlöhne, die Fünf-Tage-Woche, usw., zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts. Ford war stark von Adolf Hitler, die treibende Kraft hinter dem Nationalsozialismus zu bewundern. Im Gegenzug wurde Ford ein Bewunderer von Hitler und sein Verständnis für die Bedrohung der Welt mit dem internationalen Judentum konfrontiert zu gleichen Teilen getragen. — KATANA]

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Mein Leben und Werk

 

Henry Ford

 

 

Teil 10 

 

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 HENRY FORD

MEIN LEBEN UND WERK

EINZIG AUTORISIERTE DEUTSCHE AUSGABE

VON

CURT UND MARGUERITE THESING

ACHTZEHNTE AUFLAGE

PAUL LIST VERLAG LEIPZIG

DRUCK VON HESSE & BECKER, LEIPZIG

1923

 

 

INHALT

Seite

 

Vorwort des Herausgebers  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VI

Einleitung Mein Leitgedanke  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . .  1

I. Kapitel. Geschäftsanfänge  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . 25

II. Kapitel. Was ich vom Geschäft erlernte  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

III. Kapitel. Das eigentliche Geschäft beginnt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

IV. Kapitel. Das Geheimnis der Produktion und des Dienens . . . 74

V. Kapitel. Die eigentliche Produktion beginnt  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89

VI. Kapitel. Maschinen und Menschen  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . 106

VII. Kapitel. Der Terror der Maschine  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  120

VIII. Kapitel. Löhne  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135

IX. Kapitel. Warum nicht immer  gute Geschäfte machen?. . . . .153

X. Kapitel. Wie billig lassen sich Waren herstellen? . . . . . . . . . . 165

XI. Kapitel. Geld und Ware  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183

XII. Kapitel. Geld — Herr oder Knecht?  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198

XIII. Kapitel. Warum arm sein?  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .215

XIV. Kapitel. Der Schlepper und elektrisch

betriebene Landwirtschaft  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .228

XV. Kapitel. Warum Wohltätigkeit?  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 242

XVI. Kapitel. Die Eisenbahnen  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 260

XVII. Kapitel. Von allem Möglichen  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  274

XVIII. Kapitel. Demokratie und Industrie  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  296

XIX. Kapitel. Von künftigen Dingen  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 312

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IX. KAPITEL

 

 

Warum nicht immer  gute

 

Geschäfte machen?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Der Arbeitgeber muß für das Jahr sorgen. Der Arbeitnehmer muß für das Jahr sorgen. Aber beide arbeiten in der Regel nur für die Woche. Sie nehmen Auf träge und Arbeit an, wo sie sie bekommen und zu dem Preise, den man ihnen bewilligt. In guten Zeiten sind Aufträge und Arbeit reichlich vorhanden; in einer „flauen“ Geschäftszeit sind sie rar. Im Geschäftsleben herrscht immer „Hausse“ oder „Baisse“; die Geschäfte gehen „gut“ oder „schlecht“.

Doch noch zu keiner Zeit gab es in der Welt einen Überschuß an Gütern — sonst hätte es ja auch einen Überschuß an Glück und Wohlstand geben müssen —, trotzdem erleben wir zuzeiten das seltsame Schauspiel, daß die Welt nach Gütern, die industrielle Maschine aber nach Arbeit hungert. Denn zwischen beide — zwischen Nachfrage und die Mittel zu ihrer Befriedigung — schiebt sich ein unübersteigbares Geldhindernis. Produktion wie Arbeitsmarkt sind schwankende, unsichere Faktoren. Statt stetig fortzuschreiten, kommen wir ruckweise vorwärts — einmal zu schnell, dann wieder überhaupt nicht. Sind sehr viele Käufer vorhanden, reden wir von einer Knappheit der Ware; will niemand kaufen, von einer Überproduktion. Ich persönlich weiß, daß wir stets eine Warenknappheit, aber noch niemals eine Überproduktion hatten. Wohl möglich, daß zuzeiten ein Überschuß an einer falschen Warensorte herrschte. Das ist aber keine Überproduktion — das ist planlose Produktion. Es mögen vielleicht auch große Mengen überteuerter Waren auf dem Markte lagern.

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Das ist ebenfalls keine Überproduktion — sondern entweder fehlerhafte Produktion oder fehlerhafte Kapitalisation. Werden aber Hausse oder Flaute im Geschäftsleben vom Schicksal diktiert? Müssen wir diese Zustände als unabänderlich hinnehmen? Die Geschäfte gehen gut oder schlecht, je nachdem wir sie gut oder schlecht gehen machen. Weswegen säen wir Korn, betreiben wir Bergwerke oder produzieren wir Waren? Weil die Menschen essen, heizen, sich kleiden und Gebrauchsartikel haben müssen. Es gibt keinen anderen Grund; dennoch wird dieser Grund ständig verschleiert — es werden Manöver vorgenommen, nicht um der Welt zu dienen, sondern um Geld zu verdie»nen — und all das nur, weil wir ein Finanzsystem ersonnen haben, das, anstatt ein bequemes Austauschmittel zu sein, zuzeiten ein direktes Austauschhindernis bildet. Doch davon später.

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[This autobiography of Henry Ford describes the creation and building of the Ford Motor Company as well as his business philosophy. Ford was one of the world’s greatest industrialists, businessmen, entrepreneurs and visionaries. He introduced the assembly line, reduced working hours, introduced a high minimum wage, the five-day work week, etc., at the beginning of the 20th century. Ford was greatly admired by Adolf Hitler, the driving force behind National Socialism. In turn, Ford became an admirer of Hitler and equally shared his understanding of the menace the world faced with International jewry. — KATANA]

 

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My Life and Work

 

Henry Ford

 

 

Part 10 

 

IN  COLLABORATION  WITH

SAMUEL  CROWTHER

 

GARDEN CITY                       NEW YORK

DOUBLEDAY,  PAGE  &  COMPANY

 

1923

 

 

CONTENTS

 

 

 

Introduction — What is the Idea? ……………….……………… 1

Chapter I. The Beginning of Business ……………..….………. 21

Chapter II. What I Learned About Business ……………….. 33

Chapter III. Starting the Real Business …………..………….. 47

Chapter IV. The Secret of Manufacturing and Serving .. 64

Chapter V. Getting into Production ……………….…….……… 77

Chapter VI. Machines and Men …………………………..………. 91

Chapter VII. The Terror of the Machine ………….………….. 103

Chapter VIII. Wages …………………………………………..………. 116

Chapter IX. Why Not Always Have Good Business? ……..131

Chapter X. How Cheaply Can Things Be Made? …….……. 141

Chapter XI. Money and Goods …………………………..……….. 156

Chapter XII. Money — Master or Servant? ………….……… 169

Chapter XIII. Why Be Poor? ……………………………..……….. 184

Chapter XIV. The Tractor and Power Farming ..…….…… 195

Chapter XV. Why Charity? …………………………………………. 206

Chapter XVI. The Railroads ………………………………………… 222

Chapter XVII. Things in General ………………………..……….. 234

Chapter XVIII. Democracy and Industry ………..………….. 253

Chapter XIX. What We May Expect …………………..……….. 267

Index ……………………………………………………………..…..……… 285

 

 

 

Chapter IX

 

Why Not Always Have a Good Business?

 

 

 

 

 

 

The employer has to live by the year. The workman has to live by the year. But both of them, as a rule, work by the week. They get an order or a job when they can and at the price they can. During what is called a prosperous time, orders and jobs are plentiful. During a “dull” season they are scarce. Business is always either feasting or fasting and is always either “good” or “bad.” Although there is never a time when everyone has too much of this world’s goods — when everyone is too comfortable or too happy — there come periods when we have the astounding spectacle of a world hungry for goods and an industrial machine hungry for work and the two — the demand and the means of satisfying it — held apart by a money barrier. Both manufacturing and employment are in-and-out affairs. Instead of a steady progression we go ahead by fits and starts — now going too fast, now stopping altogether. When a great many people want to buy, there is said to be a shortage of goods. When nobody wants to buy, there is said to be an overproduction of goods. I know that we have always had a shortage of goods, but I do not believe we have ever had an overproduction. We may have, at a particular time, too much of the wrong kind of goods. That is not overproduction — that is merely headless production. We may also have great stocks of goods at too high prices. That is not overproduction — it is either bad manufacturing or bad financing.

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… but I cannot conceive how it is that we tolerate hunger and poverty, when they grow solely out of bad management, and especially out of the bad management that is implicit in an unreasoned financial structure.

Is business good or bad according to the dictates of fate? Must we accept the conditions as inevitable? Business is good or bad as we make it so. The only reason for growing crops, for mining, or for manufacturing, is that people may eat, keep warm, have clothing to wear, and articles to use. There is no other possible reason, yet that reason is forced into the background and instead we have operations carried on, not to the end of service, but to the end of making money — and this because we have evolved a system of money that instead of being a convenient medium of exchange, is at times a barrier to exchange. Of this more later.

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[Die Autobiographie von Henry Ford die Gründung und Bau der Ford Motor Company sowie seine Unternehmensphilosophie beschreiben. Ford war einer der weltweit größten Industriellen, Geschäftsleute, Unternehmer und Visionäre. Er führte das Fließband, Kurzarbeit, führte eine hohe Mindestlöhne, die Fünf-Tage-Woche, usw., zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts. Ford war stark von Adolf Hitler, die treibende Kraft hinter dem Nationalsozialismus zu bewundern. Im Gegenzug wurde Ford ein Bewunderer von Hitler und sein Verständnis für die Bedrohung der Welt mit dem internationalen Judentum konfrontiert zu gleichen Teilen getragen. — KATANA]

Henry Ford - Mein Leben Und Werk - Cover

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Mein Leben und Werk

 

Henry Ford

 

 

Teil 9 

 

Henry Ford - Mein Leben Und Werk - Portrait

 

 HENRY FORD

MEIN LEBEN UND WERK

EINZIG AUTORISIERTE DEUTSCHE AUSGABE

VON

CURT UND MARGUERITE THESING

ACHTZEHNTE AUFLAGE

PAUL LIST VERLAG LEIPZIG

DRUCK VON HESSE & BECKER, LEIPZIG

1923

 

 

INHALT

Seite

 

Vorwort des Herausgebers  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VI

Einleitung Mein Leitgedanke  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . .  1

I. Kapitel. Geschäftsanfänge  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . 25

II. Kapitel. Was ich vom Geschäft erlernte  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

III. Kapitel. Das eigentliche Geschäft beginnt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

IV. Kapitel. Das Geheimnis der Produktion und des Dienens . . . 74

V. Kapitel. Die eigentliche Produktion beginnt  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89

VI. Kapitel. Maschinen und Menschen  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . 106

VII. Kapitel. Der Terror der Maschine  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  120

VIII. Kapitel. Löhne  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135

IX. Kapitel. Warum nicht immer  gute Geschäfte machen?. . . . .153

X. Kapitel. Wie billig lassen sich Waren herstellen? . . . . . . . . . . 165

XI. Kapitel. Geld und Ware  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183

XII. Kapitel. Geld — Herr oder Knecht?  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198

XIII. Kapitel. Warum arm sein?  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .215

XIV. Kapitel. Der Schlepper und elektrisch

betriebene Landwirtschaft  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .228

XV. Kapitel. Warum Wohltätigkeit?  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 242

XVI. Kapitel. Die Eisenbahnen  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 260

XVII. Kapitel. Von allem Möglichen  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  274

XVIII. Kapitel. Demokratie und Industrie  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  296

XIX. Kapitel. Von künftigen Dingen  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 312

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VIII. KAPITEL

 

 

Löhne

 

 

 

 

 

Nichts ist im Geschäftsleben so weit verbreitet wie die Redensart: „Ich zahle auch die üblichen Löhne.“ Der gleiche Geschäftsmann würde sich schwer hüten, zu erklären: „Meine Waren sind nicht besser und nicht billiger als die der anderen.“ Kein Fabrikant würde bei gesundem Verstände behaupten, daß das billigste Rohmaterial gleichzeitig die besten Waren liefert. Warum dann das viele Gerede über die „Verbilligung der Arbeitskraft“, über den Vorteil, den ein Sinken der Löhne bringen würde — wäre das nicht gleichbedeutend mit einem Herabdrücken der Kaufkraft und einem Sinken des inneren Marktes? Welchen Nutzen hat die Industrie, wenn sie so ungeschickt geleitet wird, daß sie nicht allen Beteiligten eine menschenwürdige Existenz zu schaffen vermag? Keine Frage ist so wichtig wie die Lohnfrage — die Mehrzahl der Bevölkerung lebt von Löhnen. Ihr Lebens- und Lohnstandard ist maßgebend für den Wohlstand des Landes.

In sämtlichen Fordbetrieben haben wir einen Mindestlohn von sechs Dollar pro Tag eingeführt, früher betrug er fünf Dollar, und zu Anfang zahlten wir, was eben verlangt wurde. Es wäre aber eine schlechte Moral und das schlechteste von allen Geschäftsprinzipien, wollten wir zu dem alten Prinzip des, „üblichen Lohns“ zurückkehren.

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[This autobiography of Henry Ford describes the creation and building of the Ford Motor Company as well as his business philosophy. Ford was one of the world’s greatest industrialists, businessmen, entrepreneurs and visionaries. He introduced the assembly line, reduced working hours, introduced a high minimum wage, the five-day work week, etc., at the beginning of the 20th century. Ford was greatly admired by Adolf Hitler, the driving force behind National Socialism. In turn, Ford became an admirer of Hitler and equally shared his understanding of the menace the world faced with International jewry. — KATANA]

 

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My Life and Work

 

Henry Ford

 

 

Part 9 

 

IN  COLLABORATION  WITH

SAMUEL  CROWTHER

 

GARDEN CITY                       NEW YORK

DOUBLEDAY,  PAGE  &  COMPANY

 

1923

 

 

CONTENTS

 

 

 

Introduction — What is the Idea? ……………….……………… 1

Chapter I. The Beginning of Business ……………..….………. 21

Chapter II. What I Learned About Business ……………….. 33

Chapter III. Starting the Real Business …………..………….. 47

Chapter IV. The Secret of Manufacturing and Serving .. 64

Chapter V. Getting into Production ……………….…….……… 77

Chapter VI. Machines and Men …………………………..………. 91

Chapter VII. The Terror of the Machine ………….………….. 103

Chapter VIII. Wages …………………………………………..………. 116

Chapter IX. Why Not Always Have Good Business? ……..131

Chapter X. How Cheaply Can Things Be Made? …….……. 141

Chapter XI. Money and Goods …………………………..……….. 156

Chapter XII. Money — Master or Servant? ………….……… 169

Chapter XIII. Why Be Poor? ……………………………..……….. 184

Chapter XIV. The Tractor and Power Farming ..…….…… 195

Chapter XV. Why Charity? …………………………………………. 206

Chapter XVI. The Railroads ………………………………………… 222

Chapter XVII. Things in General ………………………..……….. 234

Chapter XVIII. Democracy and Industry ………..………….. 253

Chapter XIX. What We May Expect …………………..……….. 267

Index ……………………………………………………………..…..……… 285

 

 

 

Chapter VIII

 

Wages

 

 

 

 

 

 

There is nothing to running a business by custom — to saying:

I pay the going rate of wages.

The same man would not so easily say:

I have nothing better or cheaper to sell than any one has.

No manufacturer in his right mind would contend that buying only the cheapest materials is the way to make certain of manufacturing the best article. Then why do we hear so much talk about the “liquidation of labour” and the benefits that will flow to the country from cutting wages — which means only the cutting of buying power and the curtailing of the home market? What good is industry if it be so unskillfully managed as not to return a living to everyone concerned? No question is more important than that of wages — most of the people of the country live on wages. The scale of their living — the rate of their wages — determines the prosperity of the country.

The moment a man calls for assistance in his business — even though the assistant be but a boy — that moment he has taken a partner.

Throughout all the Ford industries we now have a minimum wage of six dollars a day; we used to have a minimum of five dollars; before that we paid whatever it was necessary to pay. It would be bad morals to go back to the old market rate of paying — but also it would be the worst sort of bad business.

First get at the relationships. It is not usual to speak of an employee as a partner, and yet what else is he? Whenever a man finds the management of a business too much for his own time or strength, he calls in assistants to share the management with him. Why, then, if a man finds the production part of a business too much for his own two hands should he deny the title of “partner” to those who come in and help him produce?

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