Race Neutrality

At VFR, Auster writes:

I myself believe in race-neutrality as a rule for society, but only in the area of government’s relations with citizens, and citizens’ relations with each other as citizens.

After all his bloviating about liberalism, Auster himself embraces the principle of non-discrimination. I fail to see what is “traditional” about his brand of conservatism. He is on board with the JFK/MLK liberal civil rights agenda as it was enunciated at the March on Washington in 1963. It is only from that moment forward that Auster becomes a “conservative” in any sense of the word.

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3 Comments

  1. “Yankee Conservatism”; if that term is to have any non-pejorative meaning at all, it must refer to the Anglo-Saxonists of three generations ago. (Madison Grant, Lothrop Stoddard). Yankee Conservatism is long dead; killed by a Judaic bacillus and a Jesuit dagger.

    Auster would almost definitely stand against the Yankee Conservatives. Auster is a Jewish Conservative.

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