White Nationalist Attacks Ron Paul and Us for Not being focused on RaceSubmitted by bobbyw24 on Tue, 11/10/2009 - 07:47
Note: I do NOT agree with this article. I think white nationalism is a fringe movement based on fallacies that will never appeal to more than a few 1000 ignoramuses. I post this article to refute those MSM who say Ron Paul is Racist." If he (and we) were racists, why would white nationalists attack us???? I also think--based on the recent Audit the Fed movement--that economic ideas can get people motivated to act.
Ron Paul’s The Revolution And Libertarianism’s Fatal Flaw
By Richard Hoste
If America’s political elite was immoral, corrupt or just plain wrong on one or two issues, the country might have some hope. But reading Ron Paul’s The Revolution however, one gets the idea that we truly are doomed. This is despite the author’s optimism, and his assuring us that “the Revolution” is just around the corner.
First of all, there is the “choice” we are offered every few years. A “fiscal conservative” wows audiences with his stand against a “bridge to nowhere”. That’s all fine and dandy, but how about the other 99.99999% of the federal budget?
An “anti-war” candidate might advocate that we get out of Iraq within a year. But how about the other 129 (not a typo) countries the US has troops in? Paul rightly compares the debate in this country to the political dissent allowed in Pravda.
Never is Ron Paul as right as he is on foreign policy. When Bush administration senior economic advisor Larry Lindsey estimated that the Iraq war could cost between $100 and $200 billion, the White House was embarrassed. Now the estimated cost is around $2 trillion (to put that into perspective 2 trillion/308 million Americans = approx. $6500 per person).
When we are seeing our standard of living drop more than it has at any time since the Great Depression, will anybody ask whether we need 64,000 troops in Germany? How about giving the American people a say in whether it’s worth it? (Never mind that there’s nothing in the constitution about a worldwide empire.)
The regime in Washington is a rogue entity, a law unto itself. Paul quotes an unnamed columnist:
SNIP . .
Of course, whiteness in a movement isn’t a refutation of it. That is, unless you’ve converted to the diversity cult. But, unfortunately, modern libertarians have.
A movement based on economics will never inspire the passion or loyalty as one based on blood. It’s because the Left has understood this that they’ve been able to remake America.
There won’t be a successful Right, to say nothing of a “Revolution”, until conservatives learn this lesson—and come to terms with their whiteness.
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