Wednesday too

It’s so clear who the two sides are and one side is quite wrong. Often there are points on both sides – not here. Arron, Helen and Hugh nail it:



Blonde is usually good but I had to turn it off halfway for her appalling word usage errors. ‘Redundant’ does not mean what she thinks it does – that’s her poor education, plus there were other errors. And her lecturing tone does not go down well with older people.

Having said that, cut her some slack for being young and in lecturing mode, aiming this at a young viewership … her point about the right being fragmented is correct – the left are capable of cognitive dissonance without the slightest issue – they are deranged anyway – but the right cannot and so we fragment more, there is no single power pulling us into a narrative.

As one of the upcoming voices of the right, it’s up to us to keep her front and square because we are slowly fading at our age.

The Z Man has similar thoughts:

http://thezman.com/wordpress/?p=17928

… but he’s quite confused about what a conservative is. A conservative is someone like Arron Banks, the others quoted above, Richard Tice, Michelle Malkin, Vox Day, Phyllis Schlafly, Gerard Batten, Brittany Pettibone.

The ones he’s confusing conservatives with are one nation RINOs [CINOs over here] who are actually globalist left – they are the hegemony along with their running mates the Dems and Labour, LibDems, libertarian left etc.

The libertarian left differ from the others they’re listed with above in that their prime directive is ‘do as thou wilt’ and to hell with anyone else. The libertarian right believe in the rule of law, not laws, freedom of worship, association, speech, action, as long as it does not demonstrably harm your neighbour, e.g. loud music at night in a block of flats.

The Americans and then the world allowed the left to use the term liberal for themselves and so you get so many using the term liberal when they mean totalitarian left. The word Liberal should be seen as wanting as much freedom as possible within the rule of law, anything beyond that being licentiousness.

If alt-right means radical right, then count me as one. If it means white supremacist, count me out. The left want it to mean the latter, it is the former in my eyes.

Another point of confusion is whether nationalism means one’s own culture or one’s own colour. I’m in the ‘one’s own culture’ camp – my beef with mass invasion is the numbers and the intention of those numbers to replace our culture. There’s quite a difference between Indian and Pakistani.

[H/T Chuckles]

3 comments for “Wednesday too

  1. June 27, 2019 at 04:50

    The word Liberal should be seen as wanting as much freedom as possible within the rule of law, anything beyond that being licentiousness.

    Two points. Firstly, why is freedom so important? Does freedom actually matter to most people? Apart from a few political zealots. What does freedom actually mean to most people?

    Secondly, wanting as much freedom as possible is exactly what leads to licentiousness, chaos and anarchy. There are things that should be much more important to grown-ups than freedom. Social stability, economic security, a sense of responsibility, concern for the future. Freedom is something that teenagers want.

  2. June 27, 2019 at 05:09

    Another point of confusion is whether nationalism means one’s own culture or one’s own colour. I’m in the ‘one’s own culture’ camp

    I’m in the culture camp as well. But what worries me is that there’s not much of our culture left anyway. And that’s not really because of immigration. The rise of American trash culture and its aggressive export to the rest of the world has swamped our own cultures.

    Ask a Millennial what British or Australian culture means. They’re most likely to tell you it’s respect for diversity, rap music, comic book movies, Gay Pride Parades and Grrrlpower.

  3. June 27, 2019 at 07:27

    “Firstly, why is freedom so important? Does freedom actually matter to most people?”

    It does once it’s gone. We’re just getting in early.

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