Conservatism

Yup, the moment the phrase “hierarchy and authority” came up, FUCK YOU!

Conservatism is a political and social philosophy promoting traditional social institutions in the context of culture and civilization. The central tenets of conservatism include tradition, human imperfection, organic society, hierarchy and authority, and property rights.

Source: Conservatism – Wikipedia

White nationalism

White nationalism is a type of nationalism or pan-nationalism which holds the belief that white people are a race[1] and seeks to develop and maintain a white national identity.[2][3][4] Its proponents identify with and are attached to the concept of a white nation.[5] White nationalists say they seek to ensure the survival of the white race, and the cultures of historically white states. They hold that white people should maintain their majority in majority-white countries, maintain their political and eco

Source: White nationalism – Wikipedia

Alt-right

The alt-right, or alternative right, is a loosely defined group of people with far-right ideologies who reject mainstream conservatism in favor of white nationalism. White supremacist[1] Richard Spencer initially promoted the term in 2010 in reference to a movement centered on white nationalism and did so, according to the Associated Press, to disguise overt racism, white supremacism, neo-fascism and neo-Nazism.[2][3][4] The term drew considerable media attention and controversy during and after the 2016 Un

Source: Alt-right – Wikipedia

Racism

The most amazing irony concerning white people and their supposed “racism” or acrimony toward blacks, Hispanics, Muslims, Asians, whatthefuckever, is the concept that to blacks, for example, it’s all about their fucking race, their people, their kind.  It’s all about how THEY are treated relative to their race, their color, their history.  It’s all about them being black.  But, for the terrible, horrible, racist white man, NOTHING can be about THEIR race, color, background, history, culture.  Every white person is supposed to kiss the goddamn asses of black people because they’re black, but holy fuck, make any comment, reference or allusion about a white person that even remotely insinuates something positive about their race, color, culture or history… and fuck-me, you’re a goddamn piece of shit white-supremacist racist son-of-a-bitch.

911 • No Planes

To arrive at a contradiction is to confess an error in one’s thinking; to maintain a contradiction is to abdicate one’s mind and to evict oneself from the realm of reality.~ Ayn Rand

War crimes

The CIA did not employ adequately trained and vetted personnel. The CIA deployed individuals without relevant training or experience. CIA also deployed officers who had documented personal and professional problems of a serious nature—including histories of violence and abusive treatment of others—that should have called into question their employment, let alone their suitability to participate in the sensitive CIA program.

Source: Put the evil bastards on trial: The case for trying Bush, Cheney and more for war crimes – Salon.com

Put the evil bastards on trial

The Evil Empire

The moral significance of this argument is that a calibrated approach to torture would be evidence of a morally serious purpose, as opposed to anything from boredom and incompetence to sadism. Add to that a sincere—though misguided—belief in torture’s effectiveness, and you just might wriggle out of a criminal charge, claiming a lack of criminal intent.

Source: Put the evil bastards on trial: The case for trying Bush, Cheney and more for war crimes – Salon.com

The case for trying Bush, Cheney and more for war crimes

As the Senate Armed Services Committee Report on torture (released over five years ago, in far less redacted form than tomorrow’s summary will be) makes clear, the Bush regime embraced torture not for “intelligence” but for “exploitation.” In December 2001, when DOD first started searching for what would become torture, it was explicitly looking for “exploitation.”

Source: Put the evil bastards on trial: The case for trying Bush, Cheney and more for war crimes – Salon.com