Since World War I and especially after the 1960’s, American nationalism has centered around the civic "minuteman culture" of the Founding Fathers and a stern belief (and rightfully) in America’s exceptionalism. With the rise of Donald Trump however, and his subsequent appointment of Cabinet members like Steve Bannon, the American brand of nationalism being politically … Continue reading The Art of the American Conservative Counterrevolution
In 2013, amid great uncertainty, the British Parliament voted to redefine marriage within the United Kingdom. Former prime minister David Cameron announced that, despite no mentioning of such a radical shift in policy within the Conservative manifesto, only members of Parliament would, and could, decide the fate of marriage. In America though, First Amendment promoters of … Continue reading Science: The Equal Opportunity Bigot
If nationalism is uniformly "the premise that the individual’s loyalty and devotion to the nation-state surpass other individual or group interests" according to Encyclopedia Britannica, then Beck, as usual, ridiculously hyperventilated behind the microphone inside his Dallas studio. Beck is himself a nationalist; in fact, he is an openly proud American patriot, a "flag waver". If people are willingly to be identified based on their favorite college football program's conference just as colonists did primarily by state (in fact, there were 13 colonies, not one united front, prior to the formation of the new nation), America cannot be a nation grounded under any common cultural foundation. Rather, it thrives off primally tribal "ethnographic principles" much as the original settlers who, over 30,000 years ago, crossed the Bering Strait land bridge into an untamed North America. American nationalism has always rejected the erosion of national sovereignty or, more specifically, "the particular and parochial, the differences, and the national individualities" the United Nations and European Union have successfully undermined by destroying what is "universally human, the faith in reason (one and the same everywhere) as well as in common sense, the survival of Christian and Stoic traditions... compatible with cosmopolitan convictions and... a general love of mankind" driving their agenda for a one world government.
In 1939, Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, covertly launched the Negro Project as a collaboration between the American Birth Control League and Sanger’s Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau. For Sanger, an unapologetic, devout eugenicist, this was no mere moral imperative, but rather a blood thirsty initiative to satisfy her insatiable hypersexuality by determining who should be permitted … Continue reading Woman and the New Race: Feminism, the Nazis and the Holocaust