“Hate speech?” They sure do.

Silence is Compliance: Why Government Uses Hate Speech Law Against You

“Government is not reason; it is not eloquence; it is force! Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.”

~George Washington

People on the Right are often affixed with the “heartless” tag by the Left, as if we are devoid of compassion and would like to see the poor starve, and the Third World sink into even more of a morass. This is actually very far from the truth, but I believe that we tend to be more pragmatic about these sorts of things. Put another way, perhaps because we have a better grasp of human nature, and because we cherish our traditions and culture and want to preserve them—hence why many on the Right refer to themselves as conservative—we aren’t all that keen on chasing windmills in the name of self-flagellating altruism. I find this quote from Lothrop Stoddard to be particularly illustrative about what, exactly, being conservative entails:

“The best sense of the word conservative [is] receptive to healthy change, yet maintaining [your] hereditary poise.”

I would like to conserve the Constitution in its original meaning; I would like to conserve the nation that was bequeathed to me by my forebears; I would like to conserve my intellectual inheritance and my freedom; and I would like to live a peaceful and quiet life without being bilked as a cash cow for the communists in the federal government or hounded to atone for sins I never committed by whom Sargon of Akkad (Carl Benjamin) calls “racial sophists.”

I’ve previously cataloged what at first blush appears to be the paradoxical alliance of the Left and Islamic fundamentalists, which I understood to be a recent phenomenon. How fascinating, then, that I should stumble upon this passage by Lothrop Stoddard from nearly one hundred years ago:

“Here we find the most contradictory sentiments: young men whose brains are seething with radical Western ideas—atheism, socialism, Bolshevism, and what not. Yet, curiously enough, these fanatic radicals tend to join hands with the fanatic reactionaries of Islam in a common hatred of the West.”

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Aspiring writer of Zombie fiction.
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