Our Demonic Descent From Household To Nation
How an infinitesimal minority took over 'Muricah and how Pat Buchanan's 1992 run paved the way for Trump to begin the repair
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TKD reads from - The Paleoconservative Conservative Anthology edited by Paul Gottfried (this chapter is a bio of PaleoCon author Samuel Francis)
Human Resource Directors - no such creature existed.
They took the power away from the men that owned the companies and seized control of how employees were to be treated.
What was Pat Buchanan?
He was an answer to what?
The managerial company - why did they all go along w/ the COVID shutdowns?
They didn’t even give it a second thought.
Carhart - they were forced vaccination for their employees, they are all PRIDE loving and much more.
Cracker Barrel is in the same boat!
No one that gets large will survive the managerial elite way.
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HEADLINE: From Household to Nation by Samuel Francis
But it would be a serious error to squeeze Buchanan into an orthodox conservative pigeonhole from which he is merely trying to lead a replay of the Goldwater campaign, the candidacies of John Ashbrook or Phil Crane, or the Reagan movement, and especially in the last year he has expressed and developed ideas with which most adherents of the conventional American right—mainstream conservative, paleoconservative, or libertarian—are not comfortable. But conventional conservative doctrines today are virtually extinct politically, for the simple reason that the social groups that found them expressive of their interests and values no longer exist or no longer are able to command a significant political following, and as a result, conservative ideological candidates like Alan Keyes or Robert Dornan who insist on campaigning on those doctrines rise no higher than two to three percent in the polls.
What is important about these forces is not that a campaign centered on them does not now win major elections (indeed, it would be a fatal error if they succeeded in winning prematurely) but that the Buchanan campaign for the first time in recent history offers them an organized mode of expression that will allow them to develop and mature their consciousness and their power.
Simply put, Trump is the Pat Buchanan of our times.
The significant polarization within American society is between the elites, increasingly unified as a ruling class that relies on the national state as its principal instrument of power, and Middle America itself… (continued at Episode site)
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