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The Mantra and We the People

Posted by Bob on July 10th, 2009 under Coaching Session, Comment Responses, Mantra

As Sam Dickson points out, he and I can remember time when immigrants were, believe it or not GRATEFUL. If you find this hard to believe, you will find it even harder to believe who they were grateful TO.

Immigrants were not grateful to a WHAT. They were grateful TO AMERICANS. This is almost forgotten example of the BASIC “We the People” that Dave pinpoints below.

Almost all of you have been raised in a time when immigrants are not grateful at all. The few who do see their being allowed to come, credit this to The System, to the Propositional State.

During the 1980 campaign Reagan asked us to make suggestions on the campaign. I alone, as usual, asked Rusher to tell Reagan to change to the We the People line. Up to then, like all conservatives, the ads had talked about how lucky you little people were to live under the SYSTEM, all hail the SYSTEM! In short, they were Wordist.

I, as usual alone, said we should talk about the American PEOPLE, how the PEOPLE were bringing America back to life. Those of you who may remember the campaign remember the result. The campaign managers took that idea and RAN with it. Reagan started his American Heroes campaign, showing people running up their flags and singling out regular people who did great things.

This was two decades before 9/11, and it succeeded like wildfire. Instead of stale discussion of institutions and history, it showed present-day Americans.

Until then, everybody in the campaign ignored the fact that Carter won in 1976 on a slogan of “We want to make America as good as its people are.”

Nobody ever got Inside-the-Beltway Fever as fast as Carter did when after 1976. Within a year he was bitching about how all our problems were the result of “a malaise among the American people.” Everybody remembered that switch-around three years later, because it was the first shot of Carter’s move to the standard Washington Left.

But in 1980 Republicans were running the standard “Gosh us little Americans are so LUCKY to be UNDER the INSTITUTIONS we have.” It was the Propositional State, presented to a public which had rejected Republicans for a man who talked about the goodness of the American PEOPLE and then switched gears.

I suggested we run on the winning platform of 1976.

It worked like a charm.

Today, so long as Americans allow us to be discredited by out racist past, and grovel and drool to this doctrine the way conservatives love to do, it will be All Hail to the Institutions, and the PEOPLE be damned. To turn things around they must get out there and demand what they mean by the word racist, which no conservative EVER does, and we have to point out that the destruction of our race, which they suspected was at the basis of liberal policy, turns out to be exactly where it is headed.

Our racist fathers were right. We ARE in danger.

You cannot join the chorus of self-hatred and get a revival going. The Mantra and We the People are inseparable.

  1. #1 by Simmons on 07/11/2009 - 11:24 am

    The “institutions” seem to me more and more to resemble vampires. From the papist twits at Chronicles to congress each institution is more or less dedicated to slavery, maybe as despotic as Jim Jones’ little ego trip in Guyana hoeing his vegetable patch.

    Frankly I think if Sam Francis was alive today he would leave Chronicles, its a cult in everything but name, that man Fleming is looting his audience which must be growing smaller by the day. I think he knows this hence his desperation in his writings.

    The self-haters are vampires, perhaps the perfect analogy. We bring the Sun.

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