The following was submitted by frequent commenter Savrola. The opinions expressed are his and do not necessarily represent the views of Conservative Heritage Times.
How Conservative Third Parties Can Win Third World Voters.
Communication is key.
Whites and conservatives don’t communicate well because they lead sterile lives.
Americans of European extraction have left their ethnic culture behind and become atomized yet differentiated particles in a sea of adversaries.
A form of racial socialism is prevalent in the U.S. because ethnicity has been nationalized.
Before a blended humanity could be created, our overlords had to oversee the management of all the varying ethnic groups into four major categories based on skin color, white, black, brown and yellow.
Once these categories were established, they began to work towards the creation of a blended humanity.
Multiculturalism not assimilation is the answer to the West’s Third World problem.
Anglo conservatives since WWII have forcibly imposed their culture on European and non-European cultures, alike. Now the shoe is on the other foot.
Whites fear multiculturalism because they have lost control of their own identity. Their culture is controlled by interlopers, their ancestors are forgotten and descendants marginalized.
Why does the White man do nothing? Because he is a White man. More precisely he is not a Teuton, he is not a Celt, Slav or a Gaul. He has no homogeneous ethnic roots, no loyalty to any particular culture.
Europeans have been mongrelized, as Wyndham Lewis suggested in his book, “Paleface.” And why shouldn’t a German-Anglo-Gaul breed with a non white to fulfill their biological imperatives?
To argue that interracial relationships ruin cultures is a waste of time because the entire purpose of the Western Powers That Be is to destroy all cultures and create a blended humanity with a single corporative culture.
Whites are often embittered towards blacks and Amerinds due to these races being used against them in a variety of ways by the contemporary media culture.
The fact is that both these races and their cultures have been under assault by the corporate media for decades and have crumbled sooner due to the fact that they are not as resilient to propaganda as Europeans are.
The answer to the problem in the short-term is to ban Satellite-Media outreach into regions of the country that are still controlled by fairly conservative legislatures.
That’s correct. Ban Clear Channel, FOX, and MTV among others, from the South and Midwest.
The second step is to appeal to minority communities while they remain minority communities.
Encourage Hispanic, Asian (and soon) African immigrants to remain true to their own language and culture.
Assist in the establishment of foreign language radio and TV stations to cater to the immigrant communities.
The Candidate/Campaign Managers Guide: How to run an outreach to Third-World Emmigrants
Like Americans they are unused to the idea of candidates willing to represent their views. They are equally uncertain about what their own views, uncontaminated by pundits and TV talking heads, actually are.
Third World Emigrants never fully identify with the nation to which they transplant themselves too.
They eschew politics in favor of patronage, seeking only to be clients of the powerful.
They are quick to detect and shun all exhibitions of weakness in politicians.
Obama’s insouciance has great appeal to the Third World Immigrant. In a basketball game, there’s no question that he could have defeated Mitt Romney, for example.
Black and Hispanic Republicans will never gain the majority of votes from their peoples, not because of their platforms, but because of their failure to project strength and power.
Republicans and conservatives are usually from the business-environment, this automatically disqualifies them from anything that has any remote resemblance to masculinity.
Herman Cain, Marco Rubio and Michael Steele connect poorly with their own peoples, because their experience in business does not come from the tradition of American-business—production and manufacturing, the kind of intrepid combination of risk-taking and hard-work that supposedly made the heroes of Atlas Shrugged, but rather middle-management and salesmanship.
They are, by nature, manipulative, socially maladapted and incompetent.
Mitt Romney, another so-called “businessman” was devoid of culture, social-intelligence and the ability to connect with individuals.
The Politician as Patron
Representative-democracy is a sham acknowledged from precinct level up. Elected officials represent party first and donors secondly. Independent elected officials are those who put donors before party.
Most limited-government candidates are simply lazy people by nature, I have found. In any case they are unimaginative and unwilling to offer a practical, itemized list of simple things they can accomplish for their constituents while serving in the legislature.
One does not have to offer free money to their constituents to get elected.
To weaken bureaucrat social and welfare-services, it is necessary to strengthen communities.
By cutting them off from the degenerating influences of American network TV and then allowing communities based on ethnicity and religion great autonomy to create jobs and positive community-moral structures, we enable them to live as our clients, rather than the clients of state and federal government.
The myth of the individual is also the lazy candidate’s best friend. Many Libertarian Party candidates, for example are atheists, would-be hedonists or members of minor denominations, is that they are wholly opposed to communities. They venerate the individual of the family.
Families are the basis of the conservative structure of ideology. Third-World emigrant families are under attack, as much as white families are. Their children are succumbing to out-dated liberal notions that not even White liberals pay lip-service to, any long—thoroughly debunked notions like Freudianism have received a second-life, thanks to our Educational-bureaucracy using these as tactics to destroy second-generation emigrant families.
Most candidates ignore this.
They make a pretense of being strict-Constitutionalists, and being above sordid politics, not because they are unwilling the sully their hands, but because they have every intention of fulfilling the Shermanesque statement, unmade, but wholly professed.
Part of the reason, Third Party candidates strike out with voters (and also, women, coincidentally) is that they portray themselves as intrepid mavericks, or average-Joe little guys.
Despite the movies you may have seen, no one actually likes an underdog. The American fondness for the underdog, is not exactly a myth, it simply is not longer possible, because the Under-Dog myth appeal to early Americans of Anglo-Germanic stock. It does not appeal to other European or non-European emmigrants who make up the vast majority of the population.
Consequently, portraying yourself as an underdog to emmigrants or citizens alike is a futile gesture.
Obviously it is not a good idea to hold an inflated opinion of one’s self, as a candidate, but one must endeavor to demonstrate assurance, confidence and coolness, to their prospective constituents.
One must attempt to act like a congressman from the 1820s. Such men were individuals of great physical power, distinguished by their ability to orate for hours, and characterized by their community’s widespread respect.
Perhaps one of Ron Paul’s close aides will someday write a book about all the wise decisions Congressman Paul made over the 10 years in congress which lead to his high profile presidential runs.
Ron Paul introduced many bills, made many speeches and had accomplished a great deal as a lone wolf. His greatest and most brilliant political victories were parliamentary, and go unheralded because they are too convoluted for the uneducated conservative’s mind to easily fathom.
Ron Paul worked hard to serve his constituents best interests.
The question in a bourgeois representative-social-democracy is not “how can I represent your views” but “what can I do for you?”
This is the question you must ask as a candidate. If you are a worthy candidate you will have thought up some ideas on how to make improvements and reforms locally without spending tax dollars.
Your problem now is to present these ideas to your constituents.
Work the churches—if you can’t work ethnic churches get out of the race, you don’t have what it takes to be a candidate, much less a representative.
Knock on every door on every street. Personal contact is of the utmost important. If no one is home leave an information packet with your personal contact # and address.
Don’t recite platitudes. Tailor your message.
Talk to the ministers, elders, store-owners, businessmen, racial-association executives in non-white neighborhoods.
The senior generation of emigrants respects power, performance and presentation.
Explain to them that as a Third Party candidate who accepts donations only from within your district, you are beholden to no party or organization and are therefore ready, willing and able to represent only your constituents.
The second generation of emigrants is either upperwardly mobile or on welfare. You can target second-generation emigrants by appealing to their Christian-bourgeois economic values which amount to ample public services at low cost.
A breakdown of your local schools expenditures alone, besides a careful listing of the immorality foisted on students within the walls of your local elementary school should have the desired effect.
Prayer in the schools is still a priority to religious-minded emigrants.
Appealing to the liberal-third generation and their NPR sensibilities is a bit more complex. The youngest generation, no matter where they place their loyalties, masks their deep distrust of the system with ambivalence. Ambivalence is good. Youth are coping with the loss of their identity and the problem of becoming wholly economic actors.
Target the misfits, campaign at AA meetings, and listen to the problems that the imprisoned and their families have with the courts, paramilitary organizations and bureaucratic social services.
Increasingly we find situations which no amount of legislation can improve. A parliamentary or legislative answer is therefore inadequate and the candidate must then resort to other means of political expression.
Craftsmanship, small-scale, high-yield agriculture and organic manufacturing bring more recognition and can engender more political support than any amount of canvassing and speeches.
A successful faction will utilize all of these methods to gain popular support.