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“Black Trans and Cis Women, Gender-Nonconforming, and Nonbinary People are the Backbone of our Democracy.” By Charles Taylor
Every day Breitbart.com reports on some member of the new class of deranged bs chatterers, often an actor saying that Trump is insane, etc. But, there are seldom any replies back along the same lines from conservatives, who seem to think that old style English politeness, of talking things over a cup of tea solves cultural and other wars. But, there is ample material to go into battle returning fire for fire, on all fronts, not just issues of sanity and senility. Consider the latest from Democrat presidential candidate, fake Indian, Elizabeth Warren, who in one hellscape scenario could become president of the socialist banana republic of the USA, with disastrous existential consequences for Australia:
““Black trans and cis women, gender-nonconforming, and nonbinary people are the backbone of our democracy,” said a Thursday statement from Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). Warren issued the remark after sealing the endorsement of the radical activist group dubbed “Black Womxn For.” Warren has “a deep understanding of how racism and gender discrimination don’t just compound income inequality but are actually central to maintaining the status quo,” the group declared. The activist group prefaced its endorsement with a frightening picture of the 2016 presidential election, proclaiming that it “laid bare what many Black women, gender non-conforming, and non-binary, and queer folk know deeply; that this nation embraces white supremacy and its evils, even at the expense of itself.” While the activists acknowledge that a single candidate cannot solve all of their grievances, they endorse Warren “with the full weight of accountability.” “Our endorsement is not a blanket approval of all of her acts, both past, present, and future but rather a firm and calculated understanding that should she fall short of her commitments to us and our communities she will be held to account,” the group stated, listing off the promises Warren made to the Black Womxn For community.
Those commitments include holding a “People’s Policy-Making Summit” that “puts Black women, working people of color, disabled people, Indigenous people, and diverse community leaders and experts in the driver’s seat of structural reforms in her administration.” The activist group also expects Warren to take action by “rooting out the culture of white supremacy” and “appointing more Black women, especially trans and immigrant women, Black men, Indigenous people, people of color and disabled people.” Warren emphatically accepted the terms and their endorsement. “Thank you, @BlackWomxnFor! Black trans and cis women, gender-nonconforming, and nonbinary people are the backbone of our democracy and I don’t take this endorsement lightly,” she wrote. “I’m committed to fighting alongside you for the big, structural change our country needs,” she added.”
But isn’t it discriminatory to exclude the next largest group in America: heterosexual men of all colours? Apparently not in the Warren false Indian world (Oh, she did not mention native Americans either). As a response to the unending flow of politically correct nonsense, the notion of a 1788 conservative has been proposed, with that year being the last one before the French Revolution got underway:
“The name “1788 conservative” refers to this:
My principles are only those that, before the French Revolution, every well-born person considered sane and normal.
— Julius Evola
The French Revolution began in 1789, and so “1788 conservatives” are those who see this as a horrible error and want to go back to the point before the error, and try again. We tend to see the French Revolution as formalizing the decay of the West. The decay existed long before that, but picked up when political and military pressures weakened our aristocracy and our society did not support them. Rules made on paper are never good, but having enlightened and intelligent people in charge always works. The aristocracy made this happen at every level: kings, dukes, and lords. These served as a mediating force on growth and finance, kept most of the land intact as hunting preserves, conserved culture and religion, and avoided the unbroken string of idiotic decisions and pointless wars that democracy has embarked upon. The term “Right-wing” came about after the French Revolution to describe those who thought the ancient order before the Revolution was a better idea than the revolution; after that, “conservatives” — or those who accept the new government of the post-Revolution years, but want to conserve as much as possible of what went before — and “liberals” who accept the ideals of the Revolution but want it applied through conservative methods, became the only options.
1788 conservatives merely take conservatism to its root: we conserve that which has worked best in the past as proven by history, which is a society with heavy cultural influence regulating liberty, aristocracy in the lead, no government and no safety net, and a tendency toward excellence, divinity and other transcendental goals. We are the most honest form of conservative and the least politically correct and socially acceptable in a democratic regime. What makes 1788 conservatives unique is that we recognize the inter-connected nature of aspects of civilization. We cannot deconstruct and separate ideas, as the democrats do, from their effect and the existential experience of life in that civilization. Leadership is connected to values and all is vested in the organic nation, or the people born of a similar root with similar abilities and inclinations which form the basis of culture and values. In our degenerated time, where most of the people who should be able to think exist in a one-dimensional cartoon of ideological thinking, these ideas are mostly lost and forgotten. However, as liberal democracy continues to fail despite our patching it up more than Windows 10, the brightest lights among our people are reconsidering the era of kings as a future and not the distant past.”
Sounds like a good start. Certainly, all of the bs that conservatives oppose got started in the French Revolution, so that is a good place to begin the revolt against the modern world: