Tuesday, August 9, 2016

I too have longed for a suitable Third-party in the US that could tackle our problems. For a brief period I was the Treasurer for the New Jersey Reform Party after the Reform Party was taken over by the Pat Buchananites. The Reform Party fell apart from having too many crabby malcontents and complainers who simply couldn't be led.

Right now, we have only two really serious third parties in the US with any real followings: The Libertarians and the Greens and it is unlikely that they will influence the result in any real way. I still think Trump is still the best choice. He has brought issues to the fore that ordinary Americans are interested in, like immigration and trade. Trump is not an idiot! When you have every Liberal journalist in the US and all the beltway establishment conservatives and all the moderate Republican types out to destroy you they will often succeed in making you look stupid out of sheer cunning and dishonesty. With that kind of opposition, its a tribute to Trump's sagacity that he is only behind 7 percentage points.

Time is getting short. If this Clinton woman wins, it appears the US will become a permanent Cultural Marxist authoritarian regime somewhat on the model of Republican Spain in the early 1930's, perhaps a decade after that we will become a totalitarian regime. 1st Amendment gone, 2nd Amendment gone, arbitrary arrest and detention, suppression of religion. These people we incorrectly call Liberals are filled with hate and resentment and will be happy to kill anybody that gets in their way.

Friday, July 1, 2016

A terrorist is not just someone with a gun or a bomb, but also someone who spreads ideas that are contrary to Western and Christian civilization.
— Jorge Rafael Videla

            Please pray for South American political leaders, ex-police and military who fought Communism in the "Dirty War" and
            remain imprisoned.  

Monday, June 27, 2016


  My friendships and sympathies have always been with the more radical brands of English Nationalism. However, I really have to state that Nigel Farage of the UKIP is one heck of a leader. His combination of deep knowledge of policy wonkery and plain-spoken eloquence are impressive. It would be a terrible shame of this guy were NOT to become prime minister someday.

Sunday, June 26, 2016


   In recent remarks, "Little Marco" Rubio said that "Globalization is as inevitable as the Industrial Revolution" and must not be opposed. It certainly wasn't inevitable three days ago in the United Kingdom. We have to find a "Trumpite" opponent against this weirdo pervert  for the Florida US Senate Primary.


  Effeminate political commentator George F. Will has departed the Republican Party. I hope he takes Paul "Mohammad" Ryan with him. I have never been one to spurn snobs very much, but Will and his buddy Kevin Williamson over at National Review have a palpable hatred for poor and blue-collar whites. I am sure they will find a permanent home in the Gay wing of the Democratic Party. 

Saturday, April 16, 2016

Can We Learn Something From Russell Kirk?

Fusionist "movement" Conservatism is pretty much an outdated and useless way of looking at the world. Its primary focus is on America's problems circa 1960's to the 1970's. The Traditionist/Libertarian fusion is a disaster. Are there some conservative figures of the post-WW2 generation, however, that alt-right folks might find congenial to their views? One possibility might be Russell Kirk, the author of "The Conservative Mind, From Burke to Eliot" the great 1950's conservative classic. The Conservatism of  Kirk was one of a deep respect for tradition, proscription and capital "C" ultramontaine Catholicism. Kirk believed that any healthy society must be what he called "a democracy of the dead" that consults its ancestors when making decisions about the present.

    I had the pleasure of meeting the "Wizard of Mecosta" at a meeting of the West-Side Conservative Club at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan back in the late eighties or early 90's. It is interesting to note that Donald Trump had some financial interest in the venerable Plaza Hotel at the time and let the club use the facilities for free. A little later, an old high-school friend, who would later become a renowned Physicist, introduced me to a young student who he was sharing expenses with in renting a house. The man's last name was Kirk and I asked if he was to the great thinker and he said "yeah, that's my uncle Russell."  The young fellow related to me how esteemed Kirk was in the family councils.  A few weeks later during another visit to my friend's house the Kirk nephew introduced me to his sister as "one of Uncle Russell's people".

  Kirk remains worth reading. Even his fiction was pretty good as I remember. Very late in life Kirk supported mild nationalist Pat Buchanan for president and in so doing forged connections between the Traditionalist thinkers of the past and the antecedents of the alt-right. He heartily disliked the Neo-cons and wrote what was probably the best description of the breed: "Often clever, never wise."

Saturday, April 9, 2016

Can Trumpism Survive Trump?

If Mr. Donald Trump has founded or midwifed a political movement, it would behoove observers of the political scene to consider the issue of whether this movement has legs, so to speak. Can Trumpism survive Trump? It seems rather likely at this point that the combined forces of Moderate Republicanism and Beltway conservatism will find some devious way of denying Trump the Republican nomination for president. Will other players in the political field seek to inherit the mantle of "The Donald" and make  mild populist Nationalism a regular faction in or out of the Republican Party? Pat Buchanan, the Paleo-Conservative journalist and ex-Nixon aide thinks so. In a recent column, Pat expressed confidence that Trump has begun a new political movement.  Back in the 90's Pat gave the establishment a little scare, hitting upon  themes such as the need for tariffs to protect industry, America Firstism, and opposition to the brown-wave from Mexico. These themes were taken up by Trump twenty years later. Of course, there are some differences between the two movements. Buchanan is a conservative Catholic culture warrior and Trump, a very nominal twice-divorced Presbyterian who has mostly stayed away from religious issues.

  I think it likely that from now on, there will be a Republican running in the presidential primary every four years who will repeat the Trump themes. It will be just too tempting for an ambitious up-and-coming politician to ignore the solid 30% to 40% of the Republican electorate who are attracted to the new populist-nationalist paradigm. What may be less likely, in my opinion, is that there will be large numbers of people who will want to run for senator, congressman or state legislator on a Trump-ite basis. Still, its too early to tell and we may end up with a Republican party with three factions rather than the two we have had since Goldwater. 

Saturday, March 26, 2016

Cult Member Beck Decides Who A Christian Is

  Highly eccentric radio yakker Glenn Beck now claims that "no real Christian" can vote for Trump. A screwball heretic like Beck has no right to judge Christians on any level, since he belongs to an odd 19th Century cult that  believes:

When True believers go to heaven they can become gods someday.

A supplement to the Bible was given to an alleged prophet by an angel in upstate New York and God gave him "magic spectacles" in order to read it.

Pious believers must wear special underwear to please God.

The dead can be baptised

True believers must attend secret rites.

The American Indians are really Jews.

  I have known a few Mormons over the years and have gotten along with them. They are, however, the last people in the world to which I would go to for spiritual advice. Christians can vote for Donald Trump with a clear conscience. Like many professed Christians, Mr. Trump isn't particularly devout. He is not a serious student of the Bible and his divorces wouldn't pass muster with most orthodox Christian denominations. Still, "The Donald" proudly self-identifies as a Christian and has promised to be a Christian-friendly ruler. That, for me, is enough. We see many examples of Christian-friendly rulers in the world today who are nominal Christians or non-believers.. Look at Vladimir Putin. He is certainly not a model of Eastern Orthodox piety, but he has elevated the role of the church in Russia and even banned subjecting children to pro-homosexual propaganda. Bashir al-Assad, the leader of Syria, will literally kill anyone that harms Christians even though he himself is an Alawite Muslim. On the other hand, Obama is a member in good standing of the United Church of Christ, but certainly no holder of Christian values of any sort. Give me a nominal Christian that respects the church over a hostile self-hating Christian any day!

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

The New Moderate Republican/Movement Conservative Alliance

  News has just come over the wire that the scion of the Bush Crime family, "Low Energy" Jeb Bush has announced his endorsement of Ted Cruz for the office of president. Fusionist Movement Conservatism has finally reached the level of full decadence by allying itself with what used to be its greatest enemy.  I saw this coming. Just last week, I sat transfixed for an hour listening to mental midget Levantine radio yakker Mark Levin tell his listeners that the whole notion of tariffs had its origin in the Populist and Progressive Movements of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The seltzer drinking and Knish eating Levin forgot to mention that George Washington and most of the founding fathers were high tariff men. Unlike conservatives, I don't worship the founding fathers. Most of them were infected with Whiggery, freemasonry and Frenchy Philosophy, but they at least had the sense to know that nascent American industries needed protection from cheap European goods.

  The complete failure of Movement Conservatism to offer any resistance to the Marxist Nig-nog in Washington can be traced to identification with the American corporate world and its nabobs. They sold out to the Left  and the donor class many generations ago.The "Great-Crack-up" of 1989-1990 between the Neo-cons and the Paleo-cons resulted in the purging of most of the last decent people from the conservative movement and Neo-con dominance. If Cruz becomes president by stealing the election at the convention, watch for the Cubano to side-step his promises regarding illegal aliens. His new bosses won't permit him to stop the flow.

Saturday, March 19, 2016

The Beginning of the End of American Conservatism

  With the rise of the Trump movement, we are starting to see the beginning of the end of the old postwar American Conservative consensus. This consensus was the brainchild of political philosopher Frank S. Meyer and its main publicist was William F. Buckley Jr. Back then in the early 1950's it was called Fusionist Conservatism and its home was in the pages of the National Review. Fusionist Conservatism was the marriage of moderate elements of Libertarianism  to a, then, mainly Roman Catholic Traditionalism. The resulting ideology had its stresses and problems from the beginning. The then king of the Traditionalists,  Russell Kirk, saw many of the contradictions between the Traditionalists and the Libertarians whom he referred to as "chirping sectiaries". Still, Kirk was a fairly strong believer in Capitalism and stayed within the Fusionist fold, albeit with reservations.

   Well into the seventies and eighties the awkward alliance held. By the late seventies, on the purely intellectual level, the alliance was showing signs of strain. The first generation of conservative intellectuals began to die off or enter their dotage. They were largely replaced by Neo-Conservatives, a bunch of ex-Trotskyite Jews who caught religion of a kind with the rise of the State of Israel. The Neo-Cons promoted Nationalism, not White Nationalism but Israeli Nationalism. This development, along with the end of the Cold War began what was known in the late eighties as the Conservative Crack-Up, a minor rebellion that created a small movement called Paleo-Comservatism. The Paleos were mildly Nationalistic, traditionalist, sympathetic to the Old South, Isolationist, suspicious of big business and they loved the tariff. The main organ of the Paleos was Chronicles Magazine and its promoter on the political stage was Pat Buchanan. The Paleos never gained much traction among the conservative faithful, who were oblivious to some of the finer intellectual distinctions and stayed loyal to the Fusionist paradigm. Apart from the brilliant Samuel Francis, most of the Paleos had an aversion to political activism. The Neo-Con Jews kept a tight grip on the main organs and donors of Movement Conservatism. The Paleo rebellion was essentially defeated.

  What we are experiencing with this man Trump is a kind of revolution from the bottom. He was mildly anti-immigration and found this resonated with the voters. He wasn't a big tariff man, but felt that some of the "trade deals" were lopsided against the interests of American workers. His positions on these issues got a lot of working and lower-middle class voters excited. Donald J. Trump didn't found a movement, a movement found him. I am hopeful that the seeds of Euro-American renewal may now be sowed.