In Thaddeus Stevens, the “dictator of Congress,” Robert Lindsay has found another radical to join his bloody pantheon of great humanitarian heroes, which also happens to include Joseph Stalin, Nat Turner, John Brown, William T. Sherman and Jean-Jacques Desaillines. William Lloyd Garrison must also hold a soft spot in his heart.
This piece is so comical that it discredits itself, but it touches upon the major theme of my previous post: the length to which indigenous Yankee fanatics like Lindsay, without the assistance of Jews, are willing to go in pursuit of abstractions like “equality.” The Northern mass mind has always been excited and mobilized by ideological cant of this sort. It remains an open question whether or not history would have turned out any differently had the Jews never come here.
In the times of William Lowndes Yancey, it was already a huge problem and was magnified by the stiffling conformism of Northern society. He explained how northerners bowed relentlessly to public opinion: “the northern man surrenders his individuality — See one of them, and you have before you a type of all.” And again, “he will smother — in his heart every individual suggestion of propriety and duty … His conscience is that great Public Opinion which thinks for him and decides for him.”
It was only in this context that Jewish influence in the mass media proved so disastrous. The “democratic man” of the North had long been in the habit of receiving his morals, culture and political opinions from mass circulation newspapers, not from individual thought or sacred custom and tradition. This was the perfect environment for the incubation of political correctness.
American culture has always been seriously flawed. The unraveling we are now witnessing is really the only the inevitable consequence of such a faulty design.