Recently I’ve been spending a little time exploring the ideas of some paleoconservative thinkers. I’ve found that I have quite a lot in common with some people like Patrick J. Buchanan. The Wikipedia entry on Paleoconservatism begins with the following:
Paleoconservatism (sometimes shortened to paleo or paleocon when the context is clear) is a term for an anti-communist and anti-authoritarian right wing movement based in the United States, Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom, and elsewhere, that stresses tradition, civil society and classical federalism, along with familial, religious, regional, national and Western identity. Chilton Williamson, Jr. describes paleoconservatism as “the expression of rootedness: a sense of place and of history, a sense of self derived from forebears, kin, and culture — an identity that is both collective and personal.” Paleoconservativism is not expressed as an ideology and its adherents do not necessarily subscribe to any one party line.
Paleoconservatives in the 21st century often focus on their points of disagreement with neoconservatives, especially on issues like immigration, affirmative action, U.S. funding of Israeli military actions, foreign wars, and welfare. They also criticize social democracy, which some refer to as the therapeutic managerial state, the welfare-warfare state or polite totalitarianism.
I obviously don’t have that much respect for religiosity as I’m more of an Illuminati type myself and I suspect that the spread of Christianity was a significant contributor to the fall of the Roman empire and the following dark ages and has been corrupting the Western world ever since. But disregarding that I do think that the paleoconservative position seems to be quite decent.
Few days ago I also watched Alex Jones video ‘EndGame’ in which the paleoconservative Mr. Jones tries to expose the plans of the ‘New World Order‘ people. There’s some entertaining stuff like Jones shouting to some random people attending the Bilderberger group meeting ‘I’m not your slave! I’m not your property!’ with his nice Texan accent while they are supposedly preparing to plan the major events that will happen in the world.
However, I ended up having the impression that it is actually a clever attempt to discredit the anti-conspiracy movement or to fool some of its participants. It has some good stuff, which may be true, but then it goes on to claim that the powerful conspirators have long been planning to reduce the world population to more manageable levels (like half a billion). Things like this don’t seem to make any sense to me as it seems more like they have actually just been trying to eradicate the white race by pouring countless billions in foreign aid to third world countries so that their populations have been able to multiply and promoting mass third world immigration into the Western world in order to replace their formerly white populations (all at taxpayers’ expense of course so that the white people don’t have money to multiply themselves.. with the exception of parasites that is). And obviously it seems that Jews have been heavily involved in its production as even the editor is a guy with the surname ‘Jacobson’. They may have even funded its production so it’s not surprising that Alex Jones and his message may have been compromised in order to promote Jewish interests.
The video also goes on to name transhumanists as working for the New World Order. As a member of WTA I did not find that part of the video particularly convincing either. Although I have to say I’ve grown a bit suspicious of the Jewish involvement in major transhumanist organizations. After being banned from one list by no other person than Natasha Vita-More myself I have come to realize she might have some serious Jewish blood in her veins too. I have not seen any public disclosure of her heritage but I know she was growing up in Manhattan, has come from Russia I think, and had formerly the name Nancie Clark (not so common name for Jews but a quick internet search lead me to find out that for example Wesley Clark has acknowledged his Jewish roots as well). Not to mention that I’ve read that changing names is an important part of the Jewish tradition as it was actually promoted in Talmud (remember all those Jews that had changed their names as they took part in the Bolshevik revolution). Hence it seems she quite likely has Ashkenazi roots herself and thus it was hardly surprising she would not want me to expose the Jewish supremacists on her list. She is probably one of them herself!
Also, I have to admit some prominent members of the WTA are openly promoting global governance, which I don’t think is a good idea myself, and seems to be part of the plan that the global elites are executing. And yes it seems they have some connections with those people who may well be part of the global elite. But I have no idea what they may have been planning together.