A commenter notes that the Far Right and Far Left advocate similar things, at least in the US. But that’s not the case at all.
Rob, what’s wrong with taking the good out of the left and the right and mixing it up? Perhaps the far left and far right are realizing that their real enemies are not each other, but the corrupt, plutocratic ruling class?
Far Right is Tea Parties, Libertardian Party and the Republitard Party as a whole. They most certainly do not support an attack on the plutocrats!
I support the Right on some things.
- I’m for a hard crackdown on illegals.
- I’m also for amending the 14th amendment to get rid of the anchor baby phenomenon.
- I want to get rid of treacherous ethnic studies programs in high schools like the ones in Arizona.
- I’m for a judicial decision amending the Civil Rights Act on “disparate impact.” This has gone too far, and it’s just nuts.
- I want to end the Hindu 1-B program.
- I advocate marriage licenses for parents, though it’s not happening.
- I agree that there are intelligence difference between the races, at the moment anyway. Maybe not forever.
- I want IQ tests for prospective immigrants from lands that are producing large numbers of problem immigrants to the US.
- I think that PC anti-racism has gone seriously too far to the point of insanity, and that’s it’s now little more than anti-White racism.
- I think there are hate crimes against Whites, job discrimination against Whites and hate propaganda racism against Whites, hence Whites are at some times and places anyway a persecuted race on account of their ethnicity.
- I think the racial makeup of a city, more than income level, explains more in terms of its crime rate and desirability as a living space.
- I believe the high Black crime rate may be in part genetically based, but is by no means inevitable at any rate, as culture modifies genes.
- I believe that Gypsies are a criminal race.
I’ve been told that these are all a rightwing positions. So be it.
You know what the weird thing is though? Among White liberals here in California (and I spent my whole life with these people) if you get them behind closed doors when no one is listening, they will agree with me on a large number of these “rightwing” ideas. But it’s not something they will talk about in public. And they all voted for Obama anyway.