Conservatives? No longer…

If you read this, no matter how tribal you may have been in your conservatism in the past, you must surely think twice before voting for Cameron’s Tories now.

The British Conservative party has signed up to the revolutionary Marxist politics of Saul Alinsky and his seditious strategy of using ‘community organisers’ to turn the people against the state and against the bedrock moral and social values of their country – and it is almost certainly too ignorant, lazy or stupid to realise that this is what it means.


This is the conclusion of Melanie Phillips in the Spectator. And for once I can agree with every word so have no need to re-write it.

Melanie refers to it as Transformational Marxism, I have consistently referred to it as Communitarianism, or ‘progressive politics’, its the same difference, but one thing it is not is Conservative.

In reading the information in those 2 links above, you can see all the policies of the LibDems, Labour and the Conservatives laid out before you (those policies that have any clarity that is). They are all closet Marxists now, that’s one reason why it was so important to undermine our politics, create scandal after scandal and clear out the old school politicians.

Unfortunately, the majority of the British public are still unaware that this is the policy source of all 3 big parties in the UK as well as the EU, time to wake up folks before you become the first Western nation to vote in a Progressive Marxist Communist government, wolves in sheep’s clothing. If you think your loss of freedoms and rights under Nulabour have been bad, you ain’t seen nothing yet.

Separately Gerald Warner and Ed West in the Telegraph have, in their own ways, both come to the same conclusions.

History check:

In 1970, Salvador Allende became the first president in the world freely elected on a Marxist program. Allende quickly established relations with Cuba and the People’s Republic of China, introduced Marxist economic and social reforms, and nationalized many private companies, including U.S.-owned ones. In Sept. 1973, Allende was overthrown and killed in a military coup covertly sponsored by the CIA, ending a 46-year era of constitutional government in Chile.

Is this the potential fate that awaits us under Cameron? Its certain that people want change, but this Communitarianism on offer from the Lib/Lab/Con will take us to places you really don’t want to be.

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13 Responses to Conservatives? No longer…

  1. Abdullah says:

    wow from this it shows that really voting with any of the 3 famous parties is voting for the same thing, only given in a different format. also, when you mentioned the term progressive politics it reminded me of a friends comment toward a video I posted regarding the health-care bill in america where he said :
    “I understand your libertarian views , but in terms of health-care , they’re not exactly compatible in today’s mostly highly developed societies..”

    kind regards.

  2. Gandhi says:

    I’m going to have to stop screaming fascist and start screaming communist.

    I barely know what to say, the “co-ops” plan gave me a shock, but this is confirmation. Melanie Phillips is right though, they don’t have a clue, they are being controlled…

    Phillip Blond. Discovered him only yesterday. Where the f___ do these people come from?

    • Ghandi,
      I’m going to have to stop screaming fascist and start screaming communist.

      And that is the whole point of Communitarian, it is neither one nor the other, but a hybrid of the two. We can all see new laws rolled out, new policies adopted that are clearly paralleled with both fascist and communist regimes of the past. That is why there is so much confusion in politics, few can place their finger on what were once strong opposites, until you see them both together in the centre ground.

      I have written on this before

      • Gandhi says:

        At this point I am convinced that the agenda is being directed. Cameron has got it dead-on with “progressive conservative” because it seems to be a centrist form of totalitarianism, taking on the worst aspects of left and right.

        Communitarian does sound better than authoritarian after all.

        • Gandhi, Communitarian IS authoritarian. The state will decide the size and make up of communities, how they will function and how individuals will conduct themselves within that centrally engineered homogeneous community.
          We can already see in every town across the UK the sameness, of shops, housing, designs, schools, services and factory estates.

          It is also worth remembering that the worst excesses of regulatory abuse in the draconian powers conferred over the past 13 years on local authorities are by those councils who are Conservative dominated ones, closely followed by LibDem run councils.

          It is the direct opposite of Libertarianism which recognises that communities are made up of individuals, and it is their own inventiveness, mutual interests and joint actions that create and bind together interesting and diverse communities, unique to the local environment and needs.

          One only has to visit a village in the Cotswolds vs one in Norfolk to see how those local differences once expressed themselves, in architecture, farming, customs, festivals etc.

  3. jameshigham says:

    There’s very much a Marxist element now and this Marxism comes form Europe and the EU itself gets it form the globalism religion which it is almost impossible to get anyone to recognize. This is why the Big 3 are all part of the same package and we the voters are disenfranchised … but of course, you already know this, Ian.

  4. Gandhi says:

    I think we need to talk through an interpreter sometimes. 😉

    Yes, I agree it’s the same thing, so it’s a branding exercise for authoritarians and a name that’s specific to the modern formula. I meant to say they can’t go around simply calling themselves authoritarians, even the sheeple would twig eventually!

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  7. Gandhi says:

    I expect you’ll find this interesting:
    …notice that Morales claims it is all bottom-up. I think not, it is delegation from government to local communities – ditto with Cameron’s lot.

    I would say this stuff is Marx-inspired. I’m pretty sure he never described any of these methods, but I remember something very sloppy about how the state is supposed to quietly disappear. This is what they are trying to do it seems; the state is still there, but rather than a central bureaucracy it becomes a set of pervasive tentacles. Basically they are perfecting the totalitarian kind of democracy envisioned by Marx. Nobody is to do or think anything without a subtle Nudge from the state.

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