Alt-Right Bashes Constitutional Conservatives, Patriots Ted Cruz and Ben Shapiro – Dances with Leninism

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By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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I believe that each of us has a right to support our chosen candidate and that includes Donald Trump. I do not hold that against someone once they have made that decision, for any of a myriad of reasons. However, I do hold it against those that go out of their way to attack and savage patriotic conservatives because they will not kneel at the altar of Trump. Such is the poison written by Edmund Kozak on Laura Ingraham’s website entitled: “Alt-Right vs. Conservative Inc.

I have been a Ted Cruz supporter from the beginning. Even though he is no longer in this race, I still support him as the Constitutional Conservative we have waited for. I most likely will write him in when I vote. That is not a vote for Hillary Clinton. It is me voting my conscience, standing by my principles and refusing to vote for one evil to stop another. Two evils that I view as two sides of the same coin and equally repugnant.

I was told when I didn’t fall in line with Trump that my vote didn’t matter and wasn’t wanted. Now I’m told that if I don’t vote for Trump, it will be my fault that he loses and Hillary wins. That doesn’t sway me in the least. In my world, right is right and wrong is wrong. I won’t vote for a Fascist to stop a Marxist, especially when the two are interchangeable.

Kozak has written a piece that paints Constitutional Conservatives as the Establishment GOP Elite. Nothing could be further from the truth and he knows it:

In truth, it is the Establishment GOP elite — who profit in both power and dollars by pushing a globalist economic agenda — who have strayed farthest from the tenants of traditional conservatism. These elites have actually created a for-profit structure. This “Conservative Inc.” dupes the base of the party into handing more power and campaign cash to an Establishment network that operates primarily against their interests.

Constitutional Conservatives and patriots such as Ted Cruz and Ben Shapiro in no way support a globalist economic agenda. They are for free trade… perhaps that is something that seems foreign to the likes of Kozak. We are not protectionist as Trump is and there’s the rub. True conservatives believe the market should decide the economic outcome. Those that are true globalists are on the left and this is his attempt to smear conservatives and lump them in with not only the GOP Elite, but leftists as well, essentially branding them the enemy. You see, he has to do this as true conservatism and constitutionalism is a danger to the likes of Trump. We believe in our God-given rights and freedoms and we want the Constitution to be followed, just as we want the rule of law implemented. Nice try on branding, but fail.

The next part I am quoting is simply insane:

The Constitution worship of those like Shapiro and Sen. Ted Cruz reveals that the mainstream conservative movement has largely forgotten the principle of imperfectability.

The Constitution alone cannot guarantee some sort of political utopia. Man is fallen — a city on a shining hill cannot be guaranteed by a mere piece of paper. The fact that within a decade of the documents’ adoption the government was already trying to subvert it should be a clear indication of that reality.

None of us has ever claimed the Constitution was perfect. No document or man is. But the Founding Fathers made sure that could be rectified with Amendments. Whereas it does not create a political utopia, when the Constitution was adhered to, our country thrived and prospered. There have been those trying to subvert the Constitution from the beginning and who still are. Again, I was told that when I would not follow Trump, that Constitutional Conservatism was dead and the document was outdated. I was told that I would regret not following the man and it would destroy me. It hasn’t yet, but if it did, then so be it. My principles and freedom mean more to me than any strongman or his followers who threaten me. Kozak’s argument here is specious and utterly flawed. It is the justifications of someone laying the groundwork for a dictatorship.

It is not Constitutional Conservatives and the likes of Ted Cruz and Ben Shapiro who have lost their way. They aren’t lost period. It is the Alt-Right who has veered off to follow a leader who does not believe in the Constitution or freedom. A man who will rule with an iron grip, an enemies list and who will slam the lid down on this nation so hard it will shatter.

I believe that Donald Trump is a very dangerous man. And some of those around him may be just as dangerous or more so. Steve Bannon comes to mind. Bannon has claimed that he is a Leninist.

This is the definition of Leninism:

Leninism is the political theory for the democratic organisation of a revolutionary vanguard party and the achievement of a dictatorship of the proletariat, as political prelude to the establishment of socialism. Developed by and named for the Russian revolutionary Lenin, Leninism comprises socialist political and economic theories, developed from Marxism, and Lenin’s interpretations of Marxist theories, for practical application to the socio-political conditions of the agrarian Russian Empire of the early 20th century.

Ronald Radosh, a former communist turned conservative, had this to say about Steve Bannon:

Why has the Trump campaign taken as its new head a self-described Leninist?

I met Steve Bannon—the executive director of Breitbart.com who’s now become the chief executive of the Trump campaign, replacing the newly resigned Paul Manafort—at a book party held in his Capitol Hill townhouse in early 2014. We were standing next to a picture of his daughter, a West Point graduate, who at the time was a lieutenant in the 101 Airborne Division serving in Iraq. The picture was notable because she was sitting on what was once Saddam Hussein’s gold throne with a machine gun on her lap. “I’m very proud of her,” Bannon said.

Then we had a long talk about his approach to politics. He never called himself a “populist” or an “American nationalist,” as so many think of him today. “I’m a Leninist,” Bannon proudly proclaimed.

Shocked, I asked him what he meant.

“Lenin,” he answered, “wanted to destroy the state, and that’s my goal too. I want to bring everything crashing down, and destroy all of today’s establishment.” Bannon was employing Lenin’s strategy for Tea Party populist goals. He included in that group the Republican and Democratic Parties, as well as the traditional conservative press.

This is the man who now basically has Trump’s ear and this is what he proclaims and supports. That’s chaos and it is just moonbat crazy. Add that to Russian influence, shady dealings, vile attacks and unconstitutional leanings and you have the makings of a South-American style strongman.

Nationalist populism is not the answer… it is a death knell for this country, just as liberal Marxism is. The only thing that will save the Republic and our country is to return to what made us great in the first place: faith in God, the Constitution, founding principles, limited government and our God-given rights. No one man can save us or solve this and to turn to one is suicide.

The Founding Fathers were brilliant men who sacrificed everything for this country and to ensure our freedoms. The Constitution is a foundational document that has served us well for 240 years. These people keep trying to fix something that is not broken to serve their own political agenda. We don’t worship the Constitution… we revere it and believe that it is the answer to righting this country. The answer certainly isn’t a strongman, nor is it a federal leviathan government.

I’m proud to be a Constitutional Conservative and if one day that has me labeled as a traitor and tried for being a patriot, I will make sure they have enough to convict me.

9 thoughts on “Alt-Right Bashes Constitutional Conservatives, Patriots Ted Cruz and Ben Shapiro – Dances with Leninism

  1. There is peace and protection in the Constitution and Bill of Rights. There is power that needs to be restored. Checks and balances along with the ability to redress grievances are the only conditions and standards that separates the United States of America from that old mother country and all the rest. If those founding documents are no longer in vogue, I am happy to be old-fashioned. Sign….Annie Oakley?

  2. I heard this guy interviewed & found his article, please read his remarks on Bannon’s goals
    RONALD RADOSH ADJUCT FELLOW, HUDSON INSTITUTE
    I met Steve Bannon—the executive director of Breitbart.com who’s now become the chief executive of the Trump campaign, replacing the newly resigned Paul Manafort—at a book party held in his Capitol Hill townhouse in early 2014. We were standing next to a picture of his daughter, a West Point graduate, who at the time was a lieutenant in the 101 Airborne Division serving in Iraq. The picture was notable because she was sitting on what was once Saddam Hussein’s gold throne with a machine gun on her lap. “I’m very proud of her,” Bannon said.
    Then we had a long talk about his approach to politics. He never called himself a “populist” or an “American nationalist,” as so many think of him today. “I’m a Leninist,” Bannon proudly proclaimed.
    Shocked, I asked him what he meant.
    “Lenin,” he answered, “wanted to destroy the state, and that’s my goal too. I want to bring everything crashing down, and destroy all of today’s establishment.” Bannon was employing Lenin’s strategy for Tea Party populist goals. He included in that group the Republican and Democratic Parties, as well as the traditional conservative press.
    I emailed Bannon last week recalling our conversation, telling him that I planned to write about it and asking him if he wanted to comment on or correct my account of it. He responded:
    “I don’t remember meeting you and don’t remember the conversation. And as u can tell from the past few days I am not doing media.”
    The same week as the party, Thomas Sowell had a column in the National Review Online, which I mentioned to Mr. Bannon. During our conversation, I asked Bannon if he had read the pieces, since Sowell was criticizing a tactic which Bannon and the Tea Party had favored.
    “National Review and The Weekly Standard,” Bannon said, “are both left-wing magazines, and I want to destroy them also.” He added that “no one reads them or cares what they say.” His goal was to bring down the entire establishment including the leaders of the Republican Party in Congress. He went on to tell me that he was the East Coast coordinator of all the Tea Party groups. His plan was to get its candidates nominated on the Republican ticket, and then to back campaigns that they could win. Then, Bannon said, when elected they would be held accountable to fight for the agenda he and the Tea Party stood for. If they didn’t, “we would force them out of office and oppose them when the next election for their seats came around.”
    That, essentially, was the tactic employed when Eric Cantor was ousted by a far right candidate, virtually unknown college economics professor Dave Brat, in his Virginia district’s primary. It was also the path Donald Trump’s supporters took in Wisconsin, when hoping to duplicate their successful tactics in Virginia, they ran a candidate in the Wisconsin Republican primary against Speaker Paul Ryan in his own district. There are a few Republicans that Bannon does respect. One of them is Rep. Louis Gohmert, the fiery congressman from Texas, who was also at the party. Gohmert, who is part of the self-proclaimed anti-establishment wing of the Republican Party, was an ally of Cruz in the government shutdown.
    For more:
    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/08/22/steve-bannon-trump-s-top-guy-told-me-he-was-a-leninist.html

  3. Ms. Monroe Hamilton,
    This is yet another excellent article. Reading this post gives voice to my own frustrations and sadness. How is it possible that after 8 years of this arrogant, narcissistic, Unconstitutional, strong man we find ourselves faced with yet another?…..supposedly on “our side”? I too will be a write-in voter and Senator Cruz has earned my vote. My sadness stems from the fact that before our eyes stood a decent, brilliant, articulate Constitutional Conservative and he was spat upon by so many. How did this happen?
    I pray for this country every night and always add another for Senator Cruz and his family. They were treated horribly and with God’s hand he will again have an opportunity to lead this country. I wore a Ted Cruz 2020 shirt today that I found on Amazon. Surprisingly, there were positive comments from strangers, only 1 rude Trump supporter snarled.
    Please continue to speak out and respond to these incredibly frightening and misguided people. I’ll stand with you any day.

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  6. Not voting for the nominee is a vote for Hillary. Votes are finite, and thus it is a zero-sum equation. “Principle” my ass. You and your fellow sore-loser BitterCruzingers, clinging to a nominee who couldn’t get over 20% and who was too selfish to concede and support the nominee, need to grow up.

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  8. The Republican party has been infiltrated by progressives/libtards/ and those who just look at it as a pocket stuffing job that leads to more pocket stuffing jobs. They are no longer working for the people that voted them in, they are working for themselves. So, in a way, I agree with cleaning them out. There are many who think the comment made by the same founding Father’s (and important others) you admire, has come to time:
    “Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.”
    ― Tom Paine
    “Unhappy it is, though, to reflect that a brother’s sword has been sheathed in a brother’s breast and that the once-happy plains of America are either to be drenched with blood or inhabited by slaves. Sad alternative! But can a virtuous man hesitate in his choice?”
    ― George Washington
    Government is instituted for the common good; for the protection, safety, prosperity, and happiness of the people; and not for profit, honor, or private interest of any one man, family, or class of men; therefore, the people alone have an incontestable, unalienable, and indefeasible right to institute government; and to reform, alter, or totally change the same, when their protection, safety, prosperity, and happiness require it.
    John Adams
    Remember democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.
    John Adams
    The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time, with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is its natural manure.”
    Thomas Jefferson
    whigs, liberals, democrats, call them what you please; others are tories, serviles, aristocrats ETC. the latter fear the people, and wish to transfer all power to the higher classes of society. the former consider the people as the safest depository of power
    Thomas Jefferson
    And so it is today, the elite think all power should be theirs – we see their frantic grab for it all around us. “If you aren’t free to think your own thoughts and believe your own beliefs, fumed Madison, you aren’t free, . . . “The Founders believed that the purpose of government was to protect life, liberty, and property from what they called the depravity of human nature” (nationalreview.com/article/420615/vision-founding-fathers) and the system of checks and balances was to protect against it. But that system has been diluted by a Congress that has become one voice, and that voice echos the President. When a President is so bold as to write ‘executive orders’ that by pass Congress and no opposition is raised we no longer have the checks. It is time to start ripping. Violent revolutions are dangerous since the outcome may not be what the fight was for but a rising up is needed.
    “I believe that Donald Trump is a very dangerous man.” That is your fear, my fear is a continuation of Obama via Clinton a known criminal liar. My fear is a Congress that no longer represents the people and a free nation. I voted for Bush out of ignorance, he pushed us farther away from freedom and liberty with the patriot act, and as much as you revere Cruz he was and is part of the Bush regime, part of Goldman Sachs who is part of the elite working to create the New World Order. It is sad no one can truly believe anyone running for office because we have had “Lucy pull the football from Charlie Brown so many times syndrome” They all say what they know you want to hear, then when in office turn a deaf ear and a blind eye to the voters. At least we KNOW what a lying criminal Clinton is. I will vote for almost anyone over her. I am tired of the lies, deceit, good old boys club. It is time to get things right.

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