The Angry Majority!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 3, 2019
The Far Right holds these three truths to be self-evident:
First, liberalism is a solvent that destroys nations and conservative liberalism and libertarianism – the organizing ideologies of the Center Right – are thus philosophically incapable and uninterested in arresting social change and satisfying the psychological needs of the Right which is fundamentally driven by the desire to conserve the White Christian social order.
Second, the Far Right must triumph over the Center Right and its ideologies of conservative liberalism and libertarianism, which should be replaced by a form of authoritarian organic nationalism which will satisfy and quell populist resentments by unabashedly preserving the White Christian social order and extirpating the Open Society.
Third, the primary beneficiaries of the liberal order are Jews like the economist Bryan Caplan who ascended to the top of the social pyramid in the West in the 20th century and who from their elite perches have pushed things like pornography and mass immigration to weaken and topple the White Christian social order because of their historical grievances against it.
“The world’s nations, especially the world’s richest nations, are missing an enormous chance to do well while doing good. The name of this massive missed opportunity—and the name of my book on the topic—is “open borders.”
Critics of immigration often hyperbolically accuse their opponents of favoring open borders—a world where all nationalities are free to live and work in any nation they like. For most, that’s an unfair label: They want more visas for high-skilled workers, family reunification, or refugees—not the end of immigration restrictions. In my case, however, this accusation is no overstatement. I think that free trade in labor is a massive missed opportunity. Open borders are not only just but the most promising shortcut to global prosperity. …”
“What would happen if Mormons were a solid majority of the U.S. population? Maybe they’d be as wonderful as ever, but I readily picture a sinister metamorphosis. Given enough power, even Mormons might embrace a brutal fundamentalism. Despite my lovely experiences with Mormons, they scare me.
To be fair, they’re hardly alone. You know who else scares me? Muslims, Christians, Jews, Hindus, and atheists. Sunnis, Shiites, Catholics, and Protestants. Whites, blacks, Asians, Hispanics, and American Indians. Democrats, Republicans, liberals, conservatives, Marxists, and reactionaries. Even libertarians scare me a bit. Why? Because given enough power, there’s a serious chance they’ll do terrible things. Different terrible things, no doubt. But terrible nonetheless.
If you’re afraid of every group, though, shouldn’t you support whatever group has the minimum chance of doing terrible things once it’s firmly in charge? Not at all. There’s another path: Try to prevent any group from being firmly in charge. In the long-run, the best way to do this is to make every group a small minority – to split society into such small pieces that everyone abandons hope of running society and refocuses their energy on building beautiful Bubbles. …”
The Culture War— EMPEROR 'KINGFISH' WHITEPILL (@CptBlackPill) November 2, 2019
Hats off to whoever made these pic.twitter.com/remc13INpj
I rest my case.
I present to you the root cause of “online radicalization” and “rightwing extremism.” It is people like this who are shaping public policy who push and push until these people snap.
Note: If all that sounds radical to you, remember I am the moderate. I’m just an analyst and social commentator and my hand is stayed by Christianity. I’m not the guy in the skull mask who is lashing out to start the Boogaloo, but that is who is being summoned by these people. Libertarian extremism will bring down to its authoritarian counterpart.