Richard Spencer is American Editor of AltRight.com; he’s President of The National Policy Institute and founder of RadixJournal.com.
12 Comments on "The Case For National Healthcare"
we could boost supply of healthcare by funding medical school in the third world and importing a lot of their grads….combine that with forced computerization of records and government dissemination of price data on the internet…that would go a long way…
best thing about national healthcare is that it would simplify our lives greatly
I’m sympathetic to the idea that since the middle and lower classes want this anyway, the Right might find it strategically wise to align with that drive and promote universal healthcare. But I think we all know that just like every single other bloated program in this mess of a country, universal healthcare will be an absolute disaster.
After pro-whites are in power and we’ve put a stop to white genocide we can worry about trivialities like national health care.
Looks like President Trump is ready to pull the plug on O’RyanCare, if Paul Ryan doesn’t have the votes.
Americans live only two years longer than Mexicans but spend over $600,000 more per lifetime on medicine and health care. The reality of medicine/healthcare is that it’s fabulously expensive and basically doesn’t work, at least in terms of extending life.
The starting point for this discussion is how to drive down costs. We need to stop wasting over half a million dollars per citizen. Where I think Richard is wrong is the idea that a public system in America would help drive down costs. It would just be a similar set of rackets as we have now.
Santa is white. #awkward
The Satsuma Rebellion didn’t work out so well for the Satsuma, but your point is well-taken. Let Trump be himself and let’s join the rest of the West in single payer healthcare. That should help Whites focus more on their own issues and stop with this “We are the world, we are the children” crap.
Richard, your writings are so unifying within the Alt Right when you write on government policy and so divisive when you write on social issues, I wish you would dedicate yourself more to the former.
The case against National Health Care: Blacks and Hispanics.
Let’s go there and get White people’s focus where it belongs then.