If it is saved, it will first have to be saved from its leaders, as Serge Trifkovic warns us:
Topping the list is elite hostility to all forms of solidarity of the majority population based on shared historical memories, ancestors, and common culture; the consequences are predictable:
- the loss of a sense of place and history among Europeans and North Americans;
- rapid demographic decline, especially in Europe, unparalleled in history;
- rampant Third World (and in Europe, overwhelmingly Muslim) immigration;
- collapse of private and public manners, morals, and traditional commonalities;
- imposition of â€œdiversity,â€ â€œmulticulturalism,â€ â€œsensitivityâ€; and
- demonization and criminalization of any opposition to any of the above.
The end-result is the Westernersâ€™ loss of the sense of propriety over their lands.
And how do they accomplish this? The government indoctrination system — which we refer to as “public schools” — cranks out enough brainwashed converts who welcome multiculturalism as the inevitable wave of the future — even though the multicultural “ideal” is a fantasy of the American ruling class.
But the more insidious method is that of undermining the opposition, and that’s where they’re achieving their greatest success. They do that by convincing us that conservatism is a universal ideology, instead of the accumulated wisdom of generations which aims to preserve our traditional heritage. Look at the chief spokesmen of the universalists — Bush, McCain, Lindsey Graham — all Open Borders advocates, amnesty peddlers, and friends with La Raza.
McCain is the worst of them all. Let’s not forget his blatant pandering to the Open Borders lobby during the Republican presidential debates. In response to Tom Tancredo’s plea to call a “time out” in record levels of Third-World immigration, McCain dismissed the idea with, “It’s beyond my realm of thinking.” I suspect that for once, McCain was telling the truth. Cultural revolution is his one and only goal.
And how can we forget how McCain later mocked those of us determined to preserve our culture:
“A questioner asked Mitt Romney to explain his tough talk against illegal immigration, in light of political ads the former Massachusetts governor is airing in Spanish. This presented another moment for Tancredo to pontificate on the need to preserve the English language. When it was McCain’s turn, he couldn’t resist quipping, “Muchas gracias.”
Cute, huh? That was a deliberate slap in the face to Americans who do not want to be colonized by Latin America. And yet, he calls himself a conservative — at least, he does when he wants our votes. It is that bait-and-switch with genuine conservatism that enables the neoliberals and Neocons to convince us that America is not an historical nation founded on Western, Christian heritage, but the “proposition nation” that Abraham Lincoln imposed on us.
Both socialists and Neocons sneer at Pat Buchanan’s defense of the traditional America as “blood and soil” conservatism. These pro-amnesty ideologues have managed to turn “blood and soil” into the worst possible insult, thanks to enforcers of political correctness such as the Southern Poverty Law Center and a compliant corporate media. They know that by slandering those who seek to preserve our “historical memories, ancestors, and common culture” as racists, they are attacking the social cohesion that makes limited, Constitutional government possible, thereby paving the way for the authoritarian, socialist government they are determined to impose on us.
And it’s working.