The Leftwing Manipulation Of Racism
by “Emmett R Smith”
[THE Little card actually came up with something not half-bad, this time…. BW]
The modus operandi of state liberalism in connection with political parties is real enough. It is to use fringe parties such as the racially exclusive British National Party (BNP) in England (not “Britain”) as a sort of icon of everything “we” hate. In a similar fashion, in the status quo media in the US, small parties are given short shrift. Even better, for instance animal rights and gun-owners’ parties are all lumped together with the Nazis. The one marginal party to escape this ghettoization more and more is the Green Party. But then Greens are exemplars par excellance of the idea that government “can too” be re-directed with a good will to what Greens at least deem to be benevolent purposes. By definition then the Green Party does not menace the status quo, it wants instead to “grow” the government in new directions.
Of course “newsworthiness” in political coverage is a statistical matter, but there is in effect a tacit deal also with respect to parties. Perhaps it reflects an assumed consensus omnium, in America at least, that the late-modern two-party “system” is still of the maximum utility even today in the early postmodern period. This sort of thing is not a “conspiracy” of course, it is just more of the usual stupid plotting, half aware (sort of) and too clever by half (“Hi, I’m a Trained Public Liberal, glad you met me!”)….
The trouble is that ESPECIALLY with halfwitted “arrangements” that “accidentally” the whipping boy, “the Jews,” smokers or obese diabetics or other scapegoat, gets a leg up…and then you just could see all these swag bellied postal clerks and night janitors from the ranks of the underfolk throwing their weight around once again. Just like in the good old days of their third cousins back in Old Germany.
But in any case, such a self generated setback by the late-modern liberal state would not last much longer than did the Nazis. Ephemerality is the essence of any wholly negative political or social episode. And, its passing away will be only accelerated by anachronism — after all, in the early postmodern age, a crying need now is for not only new constitutional forms — but, for new departures in atrocity, too. The essence of History whether we like this or not is novelty. The BNP in this last context, so much feared by the more decent state liberalists, is simply oldhat and a bore. It is thus in the best of democratic terms a true reflection of its membership.
In this respect — especially as to the staggering dearth of any imagination whatsoever about the actual future — the BNP is, precisely, on all fours with the Tory and NuLabour and American Democrat parties….
[Bodwyn Wook all rights reserved 26 May 2009]