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John Derbyshire is the author, most recently, of From the Dissident Right (VDare.com).
Conservatives can get the attention of fair-minded citizens by speaking against the anti-whiteness of the currently dominant narrative. We can be the anti-anti-white faction.
It seems likely Biden will slink into the presidency through a hopelessly corrupt U.S. voting system. If so, we can expect federal "woke" ideology to intensify, a Chinese challenge to U.S. power, and a purge of Trumpists from the Republican Party.
There are three major possibilities for Election 2020's outcome: a Democratic victory, a Republican victory, or chaos. A disputed election could give way to political paralysis and social disorder. Next year could be even more chaotic than 2020.
The 21st century has not so far been a happy time for American conservatives. It began with an appalling terrorist attack whose key perpetrators had taken advantage of our government’s insouciance toward mass immigration from the Third World.
The object of passion might be well-nigh anything at all, so long of course as it is not vicious: stamp collecting or field hockey, cabinetry or the Civil War, boxing or bell ringing; in one case known to me personally, the hand-manufacture of antique chain mail.
I am going to ask what Churchill would have called some naughty questions, and offer some impertinent answers. I apologize in advance for the extreme political incorrectness of what follows.
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