Pat is a lot more optimistic than I am. I don’t think these things can or will be fixed. Secession is the answer for all States and regions that wish to preserve their identity as European and Christian while there is still time.
Pat offers some great solutions that would work…….His lack of optomism is a result of knowing that they will never be put in place. No society has ever convinced nobility through logic, that change MUST take place. Change only comes from pain. When the pain is greater than the fear of change, change is welcomed………………………………….Unfortunately, nobility has a tendancy to be the controlers of the pain, and not the peasants.
This is a book to give as a Christmas present to young people and/or newly politically aware who are just getting interested in poltics. In contrast to “State of Emergency,” in which he defends and in many cases advocates the positions of the late, great Sam Francis, “Day of Reckoning” is a book to give to young people and/or average voters who are interested in politics. If you know anyone who is skeptical of the Bush/neocon agenda but with conservative tendencies (like dissatisfaction with our immigration situation), buy this for him/her. Although it may seem at first glance a “safe” and “mainstream” book, it is in some ways Pat’s riskiest book of all, for it is an attempt to regain his position of mainstream recognition he had in in the early to mid 1990s. For this reason, we should support this book.
Weaver……….Thanks!……….I have come to the conclusion that Higher Education and conservatism can no longer exist in the same space…….The class war thinking of academia, wishing to be placed in the income tiers of the medical and legal proffesions has turned the majority into closet case marxists……….If ever there was some small light of progress, the neocons have managed to reinforce the “useful idiots” failed thinking. Buchanan’s most recent post is so on target!
PJB’s facts and conclusions are very alarming but to deny them would be to take documented facts and throw them into the political mud which, I am afraid, is exactly what will happen. The NeoCons and the Liberals will throw their mudballs at his conclusions (and at him personally) and will, as usual, attempt to discourage anyone from an honest examination of the frightening situation that he documents. Can it be fixed? Yes, but only over the course of multiple generations, for we have mortgaged our future in amounts so large that they lie beyond the comprehension of human beings; they are simply numbers with copious trailing zeros. It has long since passed the time of simply changing a politician here and there; an entirely new mindset is required. Otherwise, we will inherit (as will our children and grandchildren) a future of inescapable misery.