“The CIS study presents us with the fruits of the unholy alliance between capitalist greed and cultural-Marxist revolutionaries. Messrs. Bush, Cheney and their ilk have joined the ghost of Herbert Marcuse in facilitating the creation of the repressively-tolerant multi-ethnic Global Empire. While ostensibly based on the principles of free-market capitalism and liberal democracy, the emerging monstrosity is objectively an ally of the revolution desired by Gramsciâ€™s disciples…. The resulting mutt post-nation is the fulfillment of the Frankfurt School dream not only because it is inevitably a partner in the â€œcreative destructionâ€ of the old orderâ€”which is the objective of the Mussolinian neocon Michael Ledeenâ€”but also because it contains the germ of another form of globalization: the counter-Empire that will be made possible by demographic change within the West. Edward Gibbon could have been writing of todayâ€™s Malmo or New Jersey when he wrote of late-Imperial Rome, its inhabitants sinking â€œinto a vile and wretched populace, which must, in a few generations, have been totally extinguished, if it had not been constantly recruited by the manumission of slaves and the influx of strangers.â€” ~ Srdja Trifkovic
This is very true.Â But I wonder whether capitalism has reached a phase where it no longer can sustain tradition (not that it ever really did a good job at it previously, but it least it was tempered by religious, regional and ancestral loyalties), and itself has become the harbinger of radical change.Â Modern capitalism better facilitates multi-ethnic and multi-cultural transformation than perhaps any system in the history of Man.Â While CEOs make a fast buck from cheap labor, the Third World hordes and their overlords sack the West of its posterity and live off its fat.Â What are conservatives today (i.e. those who wish to preserve themselves and their ancestral obligations) to do?