Saturday, March 26, 2016
Establishment “Conservatives” attacking Middle Class American Patriots
Members of the White middle class, American patriots that continue to sustain the values of our country, have been attacked for years by the “conservative” establishment. They have discovered that there is no difference in ideology between the Republican and Democrat hierarchy; that the elites of both parties lie continually to the citizenry. They have come to realize that the political landscape consists of corporate entities and Soros-like billionaires, shaping the future of our nation contrary to the wishes of the electorate. Congress itself is composed of a self-styled nobility, convinced that the American people should be permitted to offer no advice on how they are to be governed.
Anti-establishment leaders have been pummeled by the media. “Conservative” publications, among them National Review, have used entire issues to attack Donald Trump, for example. And after various attempts at character assassination did not work, these “conservative” establishment journalists began to denigrate Trump followers—conservative members of the White, American middle class.
In a National Review article, author Kevin D. Williamson decided that the middle class, the nation’s blue collar workers who work hard for the money they make, the God fearing, flyover-country majority that has lost so much due to the exit of manufacturing jobs and damaging government regulations; that these people are just whiners who need to get over the fact of their inevitable extinction. These communities “deserve to die,” writes Williamson, for the sin of having brought their ultimate destruction upon themselves. For they represent the vestiges of a White middle class which has refused to embrace the conservative movement as led by Willard Romney, George W. Bush and Karl Rove, preferring instead to cling to a nationalistic nostalgia for the country and life they used to know. Not surprisingly, they are the dedicated believers in Trumps’ “Make America Great Again.”
Why would a “conservative” author decide that White, middle class communities deserve to die? Because today’s establishment “conservatives” believe the “large space between America’s coasts” consists of little more than “frightened bigots and belligerent babbitts who don’t know their place.” Journalists like Williamson “long to become People Who Matter.” They covet “see[ing] their byline in the New York Times the way 60s rock bands coveted a Rolling Stone cover.” They seek the approval of the In Crowd; the fellowship of the liberal “smart set” whose opinions shape the American culture.
Middle class America, long an embarrassment to GOPe politicos and their “conservative” proponents, can therefore perform no greater service than a quiet and immediate suicide. For, “in the pantheon of American history, old white people have pretty much always been the bad guys, the keepers of the hegemonic and reactionary flame, the folks unwilling to share the category of American with others on equal terms.”
Uniparty politicians have worked for decades to force establishment candidates on a racist, bigoted American public too ignorant to lead an “acceptable” lifestyle. In recent years these self-infatuated keepers of the universal “Truth” have come out of the closet, believing it unnecessary to maintain the charade of promoting the importance of constitutional rights or individual liberty.
We have watched as farcical, GOPe presidential candidates were selected to campaign
for against Barack Obama. Today, establishment
toadies amend their support from Bush to Rubio to Kasich to Cruz; anyone but
the frighteningly uncontrollable Donald Trump.
Middle class Americans have discovered that Uniparty politicians who once claimed to be the voice of the people, have damaged the country, possibly beyond repair. Donald Trump has his faults, but he may be the only individual capable of returning America to the middle class.