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Never Forget the Old Conservatives’ Wordist Crime

Posted by Bob on November 28th, 2010 under General

Most of what we need to think about is stuff at is so obvious that it isn’t noticed.

In the 1950s conservatives could have ruled America, but they sold out all principle for two words:

Republican and Democrat.

The conservative majority was forgotten at presidential nominations because they had thrown away their vote. The Solid South would vote for a Communist if he had the Democratic label and conservatives outside the South would vote for a NAMBLA candidate if he had a Republican label.

Only on The House Un-American Activities Committee did you see how America COULD have been governed. Party made no real difference. HUAC was run by Dixiecrats and Ashbrook conservatives.

But the rest of the government was run to appeal to those who actually VOTED, the big states who had no loyalty to either party.

I said this was criminal then and I say it was criminal now.

A ticket of Taft and Byrd could have ruled this country and everybody knew it. But all those glorious old Heroic Conservatives wouldn’t support it.

Northern conservatives agreed with Senator Byrd of Virginia on everything, with Tom Dewey on almost nothing. But when the salvation of their people came up against the word Republican, it was screw everything.

Exactly the same was true of conservative Democrats. The only people who thought only of policy were the liberals.

All the professional commentators said this showed “The vote is in the middle of the road.”

But then as today, the people who were really ELECTED to office were NOT middle of the road. The House and Senate, then as now, were solidly left or solidly right, with a very few ELECTED who were in between.

What is and was called “the middle” was a result of the fact that conservative voters would gladly sell their mothers into prostitution for the party label.

What stopped civil rights legislation for so long was that Southern senators filibustered and Northern Republicans would not vote for closure. The media screamed about this, but my brother put it into plain English: “The Eastern media is complaining because the National Will is being blocked by senators from the South, the West and the Middle West.”

In other words, everywhere outside the East, the party labels were allowed to rule over all else. Due to conservative Wordism, the East WAS the National Will.

We lost America to two words.

  1. #1 by AFKANNow on 11/28/2010 - 11:55 am

    This is a singularly important piece, and I will tie it into Mr. H. Avenger’s comments regarding the Consensus Trance.

    We made the mistake of accepting the superficial understanding of the Wordism of our enemies, without looking a bit more deeply into what THEY mean when they use the terms they use to define us down, to their satisfaction.

    This particular example of the Consensus Trance has us accepting the words and definitions THEY have chosen for us. You can see the deeper meaning in how the “Progressives” have worked with great effectivness to remove the trails of the Bell curve of humanity, with a special focus on wiping out the Warrior Caste, even as a potential.

    So, even as an undergrad, I was continually lectured that “all politicians go for the middle.” Nobody really defined “the middle” very well, except to say, “That’s where the votes are”; an identity masked as a definition.

    The idea of the importance of “the Middle” – i.e.; New Yorn media as the middle of America – seems to have started and gained strength about the time Buckley formed Latter-Day “CONservatism.”

    I suspect this is not by coincidence.

    “The paste glass jewel of middle class respectability” is reflected in the CONservatives replacing the focus in Family, and Race, with seeking the paste glass jewel of (controlled) media respectability.


    After doing all of the approval dances for them, guess who they hate all the more?

    You, and people who look like you.

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