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Pat Buchanan: “Suicide of a Superpower” review and recs

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Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025? Amazon $16.58 order it, read it.

Winner in my book.  Pat Buchanan blows the comfortable atmosphere off the uber liberal lefties and the neocon, neolithic, non existent conservative.  They will be left running for the exits to find  fresh air as this book makes it way down the pike.  Pat is probably the last conservative standing.  He’s old but does not owe anything to anybody and does not have to uphold the politically correct in the stratosphere of this republic which is destroying our democracy. 

If you think illegal immigration is bad but that legal immigration and that it’s okay to have so many Mexicans left here to breed.  Wait until this group begins to come of age and start reproducing.  It will be exponential the birth rate among the Mexicans and other illegal immigrants from Central and South America.  Just wait ten years when they outpopulate the white race

Buchanan once again dares to go where other “conservative” authors fear to tread. He addresses larger issues that the Right has abandoned for politically correct salaried careers. In fact Buchanan dedicates his eleventh book “To the Old Right.” Most nationally known conservatives will avoid tackling controversial issues that are considered career-ending endeavors: ethnic and racial double-standards that negatively impact Whites as a group, a destructive neoconservative foreign policy, IQ and racial inequalities of cognitive abilities, and the devastating cultural impact of a growing mass of unassimilable immigrants. Buchanan confronts these and related national issues in a sensible matter-of-fact tone.

“Religion, race, culture, and tribe are the four horsemen of the coming apocalypse,” writes Buchanan in explaining the significance of ethnonationalismas a political force. read more at the link above from Cooper Sterling – The Occidental Observer

It’s Tea Time–Really

John F. Kennedy 35th President of the United S...

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Is the Tea Party really the new third party or third rail that I have been talking about for years? I tried to look into the horizon for something new. While nothing new under the sun we might have a viable third party finally. 

When faced with events of history, personal karma, national karma a president cannot always be who or what he really wants to be in terms of governing from right, left or center. As Jack I wanted to be a true fiscal conservative, and a social conservative, don’t let Jack’s bad persona fool you, that was part of his gifted and steroidal nature LOL. 

But given the racial divide and how blacks were treated (my future family life’s destiny) Jack had to do something. He did not do all that he wanted to do, but the real John F. Kennedy slowly prevailed: poor, downtrodden, blacks, and women’s right to work and earn a decent wage were really a part of his personal agenda but not always a part of his political agenda. 

It’s okay that LBJ took credit and pushed the rock over the hill, the end was the means in this case. 

We need a third-party in this country. Even if it has to ride the rails or piggyback off the Republican party or become an offshoot. You know what happens to offshoots? They take the hits but keep on trucking. More power to Palin and the staunch fiscal conservatives. I believe in the free market and the gold standard. I have also described the last few years as the “new depression” in my article “JFK: Reckless youth” or how to watch the depression which has gotten quite a few hits. 

Now, who am I rooting for? My take: kick the insiders out. I wrote “throw the bums out” in a comment, brought it back really (I still have that 60s lingo in my head). And that’s the cry we have been hearing from the people who have lost their country. I mean we are aliens in our own place while the illegals have taken over! 

I was not for Greene in Florida because he is just a rich man trying to buy a seat…sounds familiar oops. Meeks will have a tough slog against Rubio. Not sure whom I want to win there. McCain comes back with a bang…too bad. Palin owed him one. 

But overall the Tea Party is gaining momentum especially in Alaska where Miller (hope he’s a true conservative) is poised to beat Murkowski. We’ll see. 

More later