Whitaker's Weekly Articles  –  October 2, 2004


October 2, 2004  –  Which Book Makes You a Patriot?

October 2, 2004  –  America Became Wordist in 1863

October 2, 2004  –  The Constitution Versus Patriotism

October 2, 2004  –  Conserve WHAT?



Fun Quote:

Conservative Catholics say that some of their best friends are priests, but they wouldn't want their daughter to marry one.

 

Which Book Makes You a Patriot?

 

I opposed the Patriot Act from the day I heard the name. It sounds like something out of George Orwell's novel 1984. The Bushes talk like something out of 1984. Bush Senior came up with a New World Order. If you read 1984 that will chill you to the bone.

Besides, in my opinion anyone who leaves the borders open has no right to talk about patriotism.

But that is MY opinion. Someone who believes America is "a nation of immigrants" would call me unpatriotic.

National Review took my old talk about Wordism and changed it into "a propositional state." I have said for decades that a state can be based on race or it can be Wordist. That is, patriotism in a Wordist state is based on what WORDS you are loyal to. So to a person who believes in "a nation of immigrants" I have no more right to be here than anyone else on earth who believes in the right words.

See May 15, 1999 WORDISM

They don't say it outright, but if you believe in the Catholic doctrine as it was in 1935, National Review considers you a patriotic American.

They don't say it outright, but if you believe in the Catholic doctrine as it was in 1935, National Review considers you a patriotic German.

And Brazilian.

And Japanese.

You get the picture?

If you watched the movie Reds you saw old American Communists declaring they had a right to believe in Communism because they were AMERICANS!

Communists believe that if you believe the words of Marx and Lenin, you are a patriotic American. Also a patriotic Canadian. Also a patriotic Samoan.

You get the picture?

 

America Became Wordist in 1863

 

In his Gettysburg Address, Abraham Lincoln declared America a Wordist country. He said that America was "dedicated to the PROPOSITION that all men are created equal." That is where National Review got the word "propositional state." National Review worships Lincoln. Their only problem with him was that he was not a Catholic.

Communists love Lincoln, too. Like National Review, they believe the only problem with Lincoln was that he believed in the True Proposition, the True Wordism.

During the Spanish Civil War a group of American Communists formed the Lincoln Brigade to fight on the side of the Glorious Soviet Union against the Hitler-supported Franco regime. They became American heroes when the United States fought on the side of our Glorious Hero and the Organizer of Victory Joseph Stalin against Hitler in 1941.

The Lincoln Brigade was a bunch of patriots because they believed in the words of Lenin and Marx.

But one thing National Review and Communists agree on absolutely is that American citizenship has nothing to do with who you are or where you were born. If a Mexican believes the right words, the right proposition, he has more right to be here than you do.

That is the proposition you agree to when you recite the Gettysburg Address. That is the proposition you agree when you declare the Declaration of Independence to be America's founding document. That is the proposition you agree to when you say, "a nation of immigrants."

 

The Constitution Versus Patriotism

 

The opposite of Wordism is contained in the only official statement of what America is all about that has ever been adopted. The Constitution begins by declaring that America exists entirely, repeat ENTIRELY, for "We the People of the United States ... for ourselves and OUR posterity."

How nativist, how racist, how downright unpatriotic can you get in "a nation of immigrants?"

By the way, everybody will tell you that there were more immigrants in America in 1789 when the Constitution was adopted than there are today.

By now, you know what everybody says about this is wrong, too.

There was a huge influx of immigration to America during the 1600's. There was very little immigration in the 1700s. Our population grew because families were huge and there was plenty for all. In 1789, the American white population contained a higher percentage of native-born Americans than at any before or after!

Let me repeat that, because you will never see the words anywhere outside of WhitakerOnline.org: In 1789, the American white population contained a higher percentage of native-born Americans than at any time before or after! That was the "We the People" to which America was dedicated in the only official statement of America's purpose that was ever adopted by the actual United States in a time of peace.

 

Conserve WHAT?

 

So when someone says he is a "conservative" it means he wants to declare Catholicism or Presbyterianism or Libertarianism America's Official Proposition. A "liberal" wants to declare his words to be America's Official Proposition. A Communist wants Marx and Lenin to be our Official Proposition.

But they are united against people who oppose Wordism or what National Review now calls a "propositional state."

When you say, "I don't mind Mexicans here if they WORK" you are declaring for a wordist state. When you say, "the enemy is SOCIALISM" you are declaring for a propositional state. When your grandfather said Lincoln was a fine man, he was declaring for a propositional state.

If you declare that an American is somebody who works right or believes right, you are saying that you have no special right to be here. The only reason you can live here is because the authorities gave you some papers. That is why there are no "illegal aliens" in National Review's "propositional state." There are only people who do not have the right documents given them by the government, "undocumented aliens."

Under the Lincoln Doctrine, you have no right to be here unless the authorities want you here. Almost every American has agreed to that proposition a thousand times.

In the country National Review and the John Birch Society and the Communist Party and the Republican Party and the Democratic Party and every person who is allowed to be in the national media has agreed to, the Patriot Act decides who is a patriot and who should be deported.

Get used to that or be ready to be called a nativist and a racist.



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