Conservatism: Lately, the term has been weighing heavily on me.
Searching my thoughts, I find that I have two mindsets on the subject. There is the phony American conservative movement that we are all familar with. These people are hopelessly infected with political correctness, philo-Semitism, and anti-racism. American conservatism is populated by ridiculous figures like Jonah Goldberg, K-Lo, and Dinesh D’Souza. You also have the likes of Hannity and Limbaugh on FOX News and talk radio. This is conservatism the joke: a set of partisan talking points about public policy issues.
Conservatism is also supposed to be a mentality. A conservative treasures the web of social institutions (family, church, culture, ethnicity, neighborhood, community, race, state, nation) that ground and restrain the individual and give his life meaning and direction. In theory, a conservative should be rooted in a particular place and tradition. A conservative should want to maintain the glue (morality and culture) which holds these social institutions together. In the 18C and 19C, a lot of Americans (such as those in Charleston) would have been “conservatives” in this sense of the word.
I’ve tried to salvage this older version of “conservatism” by calling it “communitarianism” or just assuming it will become part of the social fabric of the White ethnostate. If this race business was ever settled in our favor, I imagine I would move on to the restoration of a healthy White culture and economy. Those who care about their bloodline will naturally take an interest in their culture.