The Future of PC

Pat writes:

A new orthodoxy is arising. Freedom’s finest hour may be behind us.

The old orthodoxy will collapse as the Boomers retire. In the new times, stagflation will wreck the global economy and the postwar consensus will be die. PC will be cast aside somewhere between here and $500 per barrel oil.

4 Comments

  1. Buchanan is a worthless kikophile.

    Buchanan on Pissrael and the jews:

    “Israel remains a tough, resourceful, energetic nation, an offspring of the West … whose current struggle merits sympathy and support.”

    Pissrael an offspring of the west? Pissrael a country that deserves support? A genocidal anti-arab tyranny, meriting sympathy? Please!

    Pat also wrote:

    “No true Christian can carry within his heart hatred for any of God’s children … I am as aware as any other Christian that our Savior was Jewish, His mother was Jewish. The Apostles were Jewish. The first martyrs were Jewish…So no true Christian, in my judgment, can be an anti-Semite.”

    Paleocons = the enemy in sheeple’s cloathing

  2. The palecons are a fading remnant of the conservative movement. We should focus less on arguing with them than bracing our own communities for a post oil future.

  3. On Pat’s quote:

    “No true Christian can carry within his heart hatred for any of God’s children … I am as aware as any other Christian that our Savior was Jewish, His mother was Jewish. The Apostles were Jewish. The first martyrs were Jewish…So no true Christian, in my judgment, can be an anti-Semite.”

    Pat forgot to mention that these ethnic Jews became the first Christians (especially the apostles and ‘martyrs’) because they were trying to escape from and repudiate their ethnic and ‘religious’ Jewish identities. Read the New Testament and find out for yourself how Christianity is not much more than a condemnation of Jews and Judaism, a raving rejection of the strictly materialistic and earth-heavy (i.e., non-spiritual) Jewish ethos which was formed by an ‘antisemitic’ Jew (Jesus) and followed (at least in the beginning) by equally conflicted Jews.

    I actually have many doubts about the actual ethnic Jewishness of Jesus (if in fact he actually existed, that is). His mother was probably a Jew, yes, but given that he was obviously a spiritual person (as the vast majority of Jews decidely and proudly were/are not) his father was most likely a Gentile, hence Jesus’ spiritualism, idealism, and relative optimism, non-Jewish ideals all; prominent Jewish ideals starkly opposed to those include materialism, pessimism, and cynicism.

    I’ve been rambling on about some of these topics on another message board recently — you all might be interested:
    * http://www.thecivicplatform.com/2008/06/05/philosophic-idealism/
    * http://www.thecivicplatform.com/2008/06/12/idiots-believe-in-gods-scientists-say/

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