Not surprising, cultural appropriation’s critics cite grievances that acculturation, assimilation, or equal cultural exchange are forms of colonialism. Today in America, this manifests from immigration and a collective minority enclave throughout the social sciences (sociology, cultural anthropology, gender studies, women’s studies, etc.) intent on “running a majority of an organization through a well-organized minority” — a point comparable to Ronald Reagan’s testimony in 1947 before Congress on Soviet infiltration of Hollywood studios and the Screen Actors Guild.
One key platform within the Postmodern narrative is designed to deconstruct Western institutions along racial lines. The Arab Spring (2011-13) exploited the ancient Christian-Muslim rivalry in the Europe and Canada through mass immigration. This is designed to overload the welfare system, and to use the narrative revised to ‘right a wrong’ more than a century following the collapse of the Ottoman Empire. In the United States, decades of communist revolutions which transformed Latin America into a battlefront in the Cold War are being exploited through caravans and the Democratic Party’s complicity in ethnic cleansing within the Middle East and south of our border.
The idea by the Globalist Left to promote foreign nationalism is to underpin an internal dialogue vexing anyone daring to oppose the ruling establishment. Ironically, the Democrats’ ideal anti-Western society would reflect its favorite region of Europe, Scandinavia, closely connected to the Laws of Jante, of which ten laws immediately apply.
After 243 years, America has become a product of history separate from its founding principles inscribed within its Constitution — principles promoting ancient Judeo-Christian values which embody Western philosophy and English legalism. […]
Now in the third decade of the 21st century, the international liberal order (that is, liberal democracies) faces an existential crisis — a crisis of its own making. Its guiltiest parties are not the politicians, but rather the gullible voters who, for generations, elected individuals with utopian visions which appealed to their fantasies driven by passions not grounded in reality. For example, can we say that America still reflects its foundation? Or has that run its course and become a product of history? By knowing history better, we may project our likely future as a nation. As Winston Churchill, a noted historian in his own right, observed, “The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” The Globalist Left today, in unison with the European Union, is reconstructing America to resemble qualities utterly anathema to her history.
How might America learn from Quebec how to both reconcile the cultural and political narrative, while still maintaining our constitutional prerogative? For one, Mrs. Thatcher also warned in her book Statecraft: Strategies for a Changing World (2002) to “Never believe that technology alone will allow America to prevail as a superpower” — and this point rings particularly true with respect to our rivalry with China. Another suggestion, more along Sen. Rubio’s lines, could be to paraphrase Rev. Robert Sirico’s quotation of Mother Teresa of Calcutta: “We should not judge the rich. We do not advocate class struggle. We advocate class encounter: where the rich save the poor, and the poor save the rich.” It’s also important to recall that, as Chairman Mao promulgated in 1942 at the height of the Sino-Japanese War, “There is in fact no such thing as art for art’s sake, art that stands above classes, art that is detached from or independent of politics… they are, as Lenin said, cogs and wheels in the whole revolutionary machine.” Given the curious declaration by Kasich that the U.S. should tout liberal political values but insists on describing them as ‘Judeo-Christian’ or as expressions of ‘our Jewish and Christian tradition,’ he appeared prepared to do a little social engineering himself. At the time, I believed this to be in defiance of the great conservative principle of methodical, organic societal evolution. After all, my thoughts were that the biggest losers would be both religious liberty and freedom of the press. Now, I’m convinced that our inaction for nearly 30 years is the primary reason why we are seeing our culture slip away before the altar of political correctness like so many countries throughout the West.
“For the Intermarium to successfully form, Poland — which borders both Germany and Russia — must lead the Visegrad Group and Three Seas Initiative to undermine and isolate both the dying German-dominated European Union and the renewed ambitions of the economically-ailing Russian bear to its east. While the resurrection of a modern Kalmar Union in Scandinavia following the EU’s collapse is less likely due to the small populations collectively in Denmark, Sweden and Norway, its potential partnership with Poland ― with backing from the U.S. ― stands not only to be the coronation of a major geopolitical actor whose design is to drive a hostile wedge up the gut through the continent’s heartland, but as the principal intercessor between the imperial ambitions of Russian Eurasianism and a United States of Europe. Here, the idea is a gambit to greatly decrease the probability of another catastrophic continental war on one hand; and on the other, secure Western Civilization in the wake of the open hijra by migrants who, according to ISIS, will someday by design destabilize and Islamify Europe.”
A friend from Britain described his one visit to America through New York City as ‘hot and expensive and crowded’. Overwhelmed by its enormity, another American, perhaps a native of ‘the Big Apple’ or another tourist, suggested he not “judge America by New York” because it “is an international city, not American”. To a degree, the American the Briton…
Because of this slight difference between rebellious nature to destroy Christian morality under ‘the Hitler faith’ (the Jewish Jesus Christ), and the amoral, godless dogma driving the utilitarian nature of Communism, the matter that mass murder and state terrorism was not a matter for debate. The reason, the largely irrelevant position over who should die between the racially unfit or those classes (bourgeoisie) failing to justify their existence was, not if or why, given they were one-and-the-same demographics. Because of this, the difference between history’s two most genocidal ideologies, in the words of Joseph Goebbels, are slight.
No doubt the historical record will again be revised to cast blame on one group or the other, but not the responsible actor. As Winston Churchill noted, “History is written by the winners.” Like of Yugoslav giants of lore such as Chetnik general Draža Mihailović, communist dictator Josef Broz Tito and Serbian genocidal warlord Slobodan Milošević who have risen and fallen, the 140 year old warning by Bismarck of ‘some damn foolish thing in the Balkans’ will continue prompting winners — a new ‘Black Hand’ serving as ‘the executioner of his own people’ who will ‘set the whole thing off in the Balkans’ — to to add new chapters into European history textbooks littering future homecomings through blood and soil in Sarajevo.
The young, disgruntled intellectual elitist Ben Shapiro, editor-in-chief and owner of the conservative online publication The Daily Wire, has got the phenomena behind the enthusiastic embrace of the reboot to Roseanne all wrong. He actually believes that America was, once upon a time, this majestic Utopia and a paragon of moral perfection, and in the process, he frequently paints American history using a separate, yet equally dangerous revisionist palette from the one the Left prefers under dialectic materialism. He appears under some delusion that perhaps his biggest fan, former porn star and now sober mother Jenna Jameson, now a devoted conservative and like Shapiro, Jewish, must be cast aside under some misguided presupposition that while all conservatives are equal, some must be more equal than others. Collectively chiding conservatives as if all are supporters of President Trump for “celebrating because they believe that Roseanne is helping to cure the culture by depicting a Trump supporter as something other than a rube or an idiot,” he channels his inner Hillary Clinton, albeit softly, by redefining all conservatives as ‘Trump supporters’ who are today “blue collar leftists rather than conservatives.” Roseanne Barr’s character was for him a rare economic capitalist outlier pounding away as an equally militant ‘pro-gay-marriage, pro-abortion, feminist, and pro-transgenderism’ militant, and that conservatives now view her, as a Trump supporter, to be “a good person because of these views.” In spite of Roseanne’s far left-wing sister Jackie reminds her and the rest of the ‘deplorable’ American Right that they instantly resort to violence in the wake of opposition, Shapiro conspicuously reinforces this narrative by defining the “real difference between Trump voters and Hillary voters,” as “economic in nature, not cultural,” and that ‘The average conservative fan of the new show’ remains, in his mind, nothing other than ‘a rube or an idiot’ that he forgets also supports free speech, the Second Amendment, the power of prayer and family bonding, while being aware that as grandparents, Roseanne and Dan were quite limited in the roles with their grandchildren.
The greatest threat to democracy in the 21st Century is “political correctness”. The Soviet Union may have invented it, but through the sycophantry of America’s universities, Democrats who now very openly admit being Marxists peddle postmodern thought like a heart from Hell, intending, according to an editorial in The Washington Times, “to stifle the conscience and suppress belief…
In August 2015, I published an article that, in hindsight, has proven all the more relevant only 48 hours after George W. Bush — a staunch globalist political firebrand — declared his tacit political divorce from his own party by vaguely attacking “bigoted” Donald Trump, and the “nativist” conservative movement he had alienated after he had “abandoned…
Among the most common anti-rightist cliches by the Left, the obligatory “all conservatives are warmongers” is central in their resistance of true foreign policy prowess and national security. But the truth of which ideology is directly responsible for history’s most catastrophic wars (and their number) is unfortunately ignored given socialism’s historical “welfare-for-warfare” quid pro quo paradigm….