How Should We Define Conservatism? Maybe Not Like This
I poke fun at both libertarianism and conservatism pretty regularly, so when I saw this post, I knew I had been called to share it.
It combines both of my favorite topics of derision, after all.
Introducing Kathy Zhu’s muddled beliefs:
You really cannot make this stuff up. Our friend Kathy Zhu has apparently never attempted to read the definition of what the word “conserve” means.
If she had, she would realize that literally each point she mentioned does in fact need to be followed, if one wants to be a true “conservative” (in the strict sense of the word).
Especially the last piece—Tradition is precisely what is to be conserved. If you have something worth conserving, we would generally call that our… you guessed it, tradition.
What this lady has defined as “conservative” is the exact definition of libertarianism. Which should come as no surprise, since she appears to be an ethnic type. She is definitely not a heritage American. Those people always love the libertarian lie because it justifies their inclusion in the society our fathers built.
Libertarians would love her list, because they are fine destroying Western Civilization, so long as GDP remains strong while we descend into the abyss. But would a true conservative support that same list? Absolutely not. [Even true conservatives have their own problems. You shouldn’t be one even given a correct definition].
Libertarians truly are another breed. But modern conservatives are just as hilarious.
I have been noticing this trend lately. Modern conservatives are just libertarians in disguise. The final transformation is happening.
This is also why everyone hates conservatives. Because they conserve nothing; not even their own beliefs.
In fact, the conservatives have failed at conserving anything so hard that they could not even conserve their own name.
That’s one for the record books.
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