WORDISM: EVERYBODY WHO IS NOT A STRAIGHT DOWN THE LINE POLIITICAL CORRECTNESS FREAK IS CALLED A CONSERVATIVE | nationalsalvation.net
Al knows better, but he gave me a chance to make a point here:
I think one has to first decide if he's a conservative or a revolutionary.
Bob is calling himself both. Is there no contradiction here?
I can understand why one would want to call himself a conservative and speak in ambiguous terms about preserving European heritage. It brings the normal, mentally balanced people that we desperately need into the movement. But I find it disingenuous at best and deceitful at worst. As if non-whites would leave if you gave them a plane ticket and a few dollars.
Comment by Al Parker
Al, language is usage. Today anyone who is not a straight-down-the-line Political Correctness freak is called a "conservative." I did not invent the language, but I have to play it where it lies, and this is a lie.
Nonetheless, in our society every non-liberal is called some kind of conservative. If you are anti-liberal you are a conservative, and in that sense I am a conservative.
If things were not so desperate, I would spend some effort in fighting for the correct use of words. The William Buckley's have ample time to do that sore of thing.
I don't have that time precisely because I AM a revolutionary.
To say, "I think one has to first decide if he's a conservative or a revolutionary." is one of those statements one cannot deal with logically, like Reagan's "We came here to cleanout the swamp, not to join the alligators."
The word you apply to me is definitely NOT the first thing I am worried about.