Monday, August 20, 2007

Pax Americana

The Muslims are to be condemned for their attacks on innocent people, but we should be clear about the cause of the attacks: The US has spent the latter part of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st meddling in everybody's business in the name of democracy and free markets. Isolationists such as Patrick Buchanan are regularly excoriated by the power brokers in Washington and the media, but it is democratic capitalism that breeds war.

Good Muslims will always hate the infidel, but they would not have killed thousands of Americans if the US was a nation committed to one race (the white one) and one religion (Christianity), without the aspiration to spread a satanic creed (democratic capitalism) around the world.

Which brings me to the subject of patriotism. I agree with Frank Owsley's statement that a country must consist of a people with a common race and religion if it is to be a true nation. The old South qualified as a 'nation' because it was Christian and it was white. But our current, multi-ethnic, multi-faith country is not a nation; we live in an anti-nation. And our anti-white, anti-Christian anti-nation has gone to war against an evil, anti-Christian nation, which does not leave us with anybody to root for.

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