The Tendency To Pamper Leftists
A great article by Identity Dixie was published a short bit ago:
WILL LIBERAL EXILES RULE THE RIGHT?
I would not go as far as to call it an ironclad law, but I have noticed a definite tendency for newcomers to eventually take over the political movements and parties they join, slowly driving out the original people. A great example of this was the transformation of the Democratic Party. From 1865 to 1932, the Democratic Part was the political party of the South. To a lesser extent, it was also the party for ethnic, White Catholics who opposed the Republican Party on account of their Puritan influence and the GOP’s reputation for coddling Big Business over the “working man.” Besides Southerners and ethnic Catholics, almost everyone else was a Republican in those days. Then the Great Depression hit, and since the GOP was blamed for it, the Democratic Party’s ranks swelled, bringing in far more voters than they had before. Among these were leftwing intellectuals and blacks. Though the old Dixian/Catholic wing and the new black/leftwing intellectual wing were able to have an uneasy co-existence for the next several years, eventually these new elements of the Democratic Party took more and more power. It would be almost unthinkable to Democrat in 1922, but today the Democratic Party supports a genocidal war against Dixie and advocates abortion on demand.
Another example of this is the transformation of the conservative movement at large. Traditionally, conservatives tended toward non-interventionism, though some were willing to make a temporary exception to fight global communism in the Cold War. Then the New Left of the 1960s emerged, and disturbed by its excesses, a number of former New Deal liberal hawks, supporters of the Vietnam War, moved to the Right and joined the ranks of the conservatives. These new conservatives, the neoconservatives, transformed the Right. No longer was the Right noninterventionist, with temporary exceptions being made to combat communism, now American was to transform the world. For a while, it worked. Paleoconservatives were pushed to the margins while the neocons ran almost every conservative institution and publication. The neocon hegemony was largely destroyed because the Iraq War went so incredibly poorly that it discredited neoconservatism almost entirely.
Why all this matters is because the Right must look closely at the newly baptized “rightwingers.” In order to understand these newcomers, we must look at a civil war on the Left that heated up right after 9/11, though its ideological schism goes much further back. After 9/11, the Left split into two camps. One camp, champions of Enlightenment values, looked at radical Islam and saw a regressive movement that must be opposed at it was a threat to secularism, women’s rights, gay rights, and so forth. But there was another group, one that was more reflexively anti-Western and was willing to make excuses for radical Islam (as it was opposed to the West). I can’t stand either, the first faction only looks more tolerable because the second faction is now dominant and insane. Around 2015, the second faction decisively won, creating a new group of exiles that soon found themselves on the Right. It was also around this time when the Left dropped any pretext it cared about free speech and started openly supporting censorship, thus creating another set of exiles. The likes of Bill Maher, David Rubin, Glenn Greenwald, and John McWhorter are all examples of people who have been driven out of polite conversation by the new leftist regime. And, their ideas could become the paradigm that the mainstream Right operates under, unless the Dissident Right resists.
I’d recommend giving the article a full read.
The basic argument is dead-on. The Right, nationalists, dissidents, or whatever you want to call us, spends more time worshipping the leftists that say a single thing against the left than it does organizing on the Right or fighting for their own. Our own side is more heavily divided amongst itself than with the opposing side.
If they disagree on a minor point with another Right-winger, he’s instantly a nazi, enemy, or a lunatic, but if they agree with one thing from a leftist, then that leftist is suddenly the holy grail.
Bill Maher was a good example given by this article, as is Dave Rubin. I’m sure we could also find a modernity-driven LGBTQ+ libertarian transgender that says democrats are the real racists that is given more pampering than actual compatriots, because that one compatriot has one or two points of disagreement with the listener. It’s completely asinine, and it shows how well the centralizers have disconnected and dispersed our sense of unity. Even a few select leading dissidents, who I will not call out here, do so often. The majority of leftists align with one another no matter what they do or did, whereas we can’t even align with people that agree on 99% of topics. It’s infuriating.
Unfortunately, the divide-and-conquer strategy by the centralizer works flawlessly against our own. We have too many useful idiots and those sorely unrecognizing of the real threat. So, they continue to support these false leftist prophets and wait to be overtaken.
It is not a joke when I say that the GOP will eventually be the Second Leftist Party. It’s just an accurate rendering of the current situation, given our trajectory. We can’t even find common ground on the issues we agree on. Meanwhile, the leftists are overtaking our own institutions, parties, and narrative through people like the above that don’t agree with the majority of our beliefs.
At some point, if we ever expect to be victorious from this struggle, we have to unite and put minor disagreements behind us. I don’t care if my fellow nationalist is a Catholic, Orthodox, pagan, or even an atheist. I don’t care if my fellow nationalist leans a bit more heavily personal freedom or authoritarian. Nor do I care if the nationalist is a boomer or a millennial; a southerner or a northwesterner. What I do care about is if they are willing to fight for their people or not. We can sort out the policy differences and figure out system preferences after we’re not actively being curb-stomped. Now isn’t the time.
We have to bridge our own divides to realize we have far more common ground with our own than with these false-flag leftists. The only reason it seems like those on the traditional right have bigger divides is because those divides are closer and more personal to us. Put it into perspective and you’ll see the hell world the leftists want to create, and then nothing on the nationalist side looks quite so bad.
It’s all about the bigger picture.
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