One of the things that separates me from the Dissident Right is their perspective on the United States. They correctly point out that many unconstitutional laws have been enacted that deprive us of our freedoms supposedly guaranteed under the Bill of Rights. But from this condition they deduce that the United States no longer exists. Now to me that’s defeatism that seems unwarranted. And I say this because reversing some of these infringements of our rights would only require the Supreme Court to recognize that the harm that these unconstitutional laws cause outweighs any supposed social benefits they provide.
I admit that all these problems have endured for an enormous length of time. Going all the way back to the 1960s the affirmative action agenda has afflicted us. But it’s fair to mention that for almost all this time both political parties have contributed to the support that these laws flourished under. It’s only since the Trump Administration that the Supreme Court has come close to a working majority of constitutionalist justices. Even now John Roberts is an unreliable conservative vote with nothing in the way of actual courage to address unconstitutional laws. But assuming that nothing can be done about present circumstances seems very short sighted. What is necessary is electing presidents that actually want the country to be conservative.
Look at the difference between George W. Bush and Donald Trump. W was supported by the whole country going into Afghanistan. Even going into Iraq, the country still put their trust in him. But after he had done all that could be done to eliminate the threat of a militant Iraq, W decides to go on a democratic nation building crusade in a primitive hell-hole filled with our worst enemies. He bled our military of the finest young men on the face of the earth. Then he tried to put Harriet Miers on the Supreme Court but settled for saddling us with John Roberts. And finally, his multiple national disasters guaranteed that Barack Obama would torture us for eight years.
Compare this with President Trump. No foreign wars, a tax cut, low unemployment, high economic growth, reduced illegal immigration, manufacturing jobs returning to the US. And finally, on the Supreme Court he gave us Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. Not to mention the tough fight he had to wage to get Kavanaugh confirmed. And that’s the key point. Fight! Expecting to gain any ground without fighting our enemies is delusional. But what you notice is that if you do fight, it improves things on all fronts. The progressives aren’t all that tough, they’re just in charge. If you push them hard enough, they give ground. They’ll shriek about it but they’ll give ground. That’s what’s so amazing to watch with the Trump Administration. They’ve been harassed at every turn and started out with no reliable allies but through sheer dogged determination they’re finally bringing the fight to the Deep State and even something as staggering as the COVID-19 crisis hasn’t broken their spirits. Can you imagine if every Republican administration showed the same resolve and courage?
So that is my rationale for not giving up on America. Abandoning a thing as great as the United States to weirdos and bureaucrats seems cowardly and lazy. Getting involved and knowing who you’re nominating is how a republic works. It’s going to take a coordinated effort to vet the ambitious men who want to run this country. They need to prove that they are willing to get results and ignore the Left when they call them racists, homophobes, misogynists, etc., etc., etc.
All that being said, that doesn’t mean I think that the United States is functionally the same country it used to be. I won’t pretend that I feel that everyone walking around are “my fellow Americans.” There are a few ideological tests that I administer to determine if someone is an American or just a pod masquerading as one.
- If someone tells me that America is a racist country, he’s a pod.
- If someone thinks that restricting immigration is racist, he’s a pod.
- If someone thinks that free speech isn’t our right, he’s a pod.
- If someone thinks that guns should be banned, he’s a pod.
- If someone thinks that the government should tell me who to associate with, he’s a pod.
- If someone thinks that the government should tell me who not to associate with, he’s a pod.
- If someone thinks Barack Obama was a better President than Thomas Jefferson, he’s a pod.
- If someone thinks Barack Obama was a better President than Donald Trump, he’s an idiot.
- If someone tells me that women need to be advantaged in college or industry, he’s a pod.
- If someone thinks Michael Brown was an innocent young man targeted by the police, he’s a pod.
- If someone tells me that I should have to pay money to people whose distant ancestors were oppressed in the United States before my ancestors even got to this country, he’s a pod.
- If someone tells me that marriage can be between anything other than a man and a woman, he’s a pod.
- If someone tells me that there are more than two sexes, he’s a pod.
- If someone tells me that a man in a sundress is a woman, he’s a pod.
- If someone tells me that a mother should be allowed to put her little boy on hormonal therapy prior to castration because she thinks it will hurt her ex-husband, he’s not a pod, he’s a monster.
Any of these tests will identify people walking around the United States that are in no way my fellow Americans. They are dangerous people who have rejected the Constitution of the United States as the valid law of the land. They are working to undermine the best designed government that has ever been devised by the minds of men.
So, in this sense I agree with the Dissident Right that the United States as formerly understood doesn’t exist. It has been overrun by people who are hellbent on destroying it and should not be considered Americans no matter what their ancestry says about them. Some of the most dangerous of these are people whose ancestors came here on the Mayflower. To me there are legal first generation Chinese and Mexican Americans who love this country and believe in all the things that make this country great and are therefore more American than these degenerate descendants of the Standishes and Bradfords. Sure, there other immigrants who don’t appreciate the great gift they’ve been given to live here. But I’m talking about the ones that do. They believe in American exceptionalism and want to be Americans in every sense of the word. They’re not looking for America to become Mexico or China. They left those countries for a better place. They never heard of white privilege or patriarchy or transgender anything. They just want to raise their families and live in peace. To me they’re more American than some Boston Brahmin whose family descends from the Pilgrims but disparages America as a racist, sexist, homophobic place that must be taught a lesson and deconstructed to suit the multicultural tastes of his fellow Cloud People.
But I disagree with the Dissident Right in the sense that we can fight to restore this country. We are not outnumbered and we are on the side of common sense. Our mistake has been to follow behind some other of these Cloud People who claimed to be on our side. The Bushes and the Romneys are no different from the Clintons and the Obamas. All of them are the enemy. We need to find competent men who will fight for us and use them to change this country back to what it was. We don’t even have to change the rules. The Constitution hasn’t been changed. Only unconstitutional laws have been allowed to stand. Knock those laws down and we get back our country.
And the first thing I’d do is go after affirmative action for women. There isn’t even a bad excuse for it anymore. There are now more women than men in colleges and graduate schools. Women have been advantaged for so long in corporate America that claiming they need affirmative action is a joke. Ending the protected status of women needs to happen now. Women can be shamed into admitting that they are taking advantage of unfair laws. It’s an easy win and would be a good first step in cleaning up our unconstitutional mess.
Well my fellow Americans, that’s enough ranting and raving for now. I hope you had a pleasant Memorial Day weekend. Hopefully by the Fourth of July we’ll be past most of this COVID-19 nonsense and enjoying a real barbecue instead of the cut rate version we’ve had today.