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Frustration From the Fringe: 'Cuckservative'?

Now on to some of the examples cited by Erickson on Red State:

  • “The cuckservative feels very passionate about issues like abortion, which rarely directly affects his own life. In fact, you might often hear a cuckservative talking about how abortion is “racist” since blacks and mestizos overwhelmingly get more abortions that [sic] whites.”

  • “The cuckservative is often fanatically in favor of transracial adoption. He sees it as some divine calling. In a sense, this is cuckoldry at its essence, since these whites are usually forgoing their own inclusive fitness to adopt someone from another race. As Heartiste notes, they’re race-cucking their own families.”

  • “Apparently, there are lots of white Evangelical Christians who think it is their God-given calling to rescue the world’s orphans from lives of destitution, and race-cuck their own families in the process.”

That this is ugly stuff goes without saying, and Erickson goes on to include Twitter exchanges with some of these people which make their biases even more obvious, such as the fellow who asserts that “Christian lands” are being “destroy”[ed] “by importing or breeding a horde of hostile minorities” (thus Hispanic Catholics are not “Christian” enough for this person), or that the term is “about mushy RINO ‘conservatives’ that [sic] praise Israel’s ethno state but illegal invasion is an act of love.”

That the phenomenon is on the fringe largely inhabited by people who think that “conservatives” should be about conserving the ideals of the Confederate States of America rather than those of the founding fathers of the United States of America is plain enough, and these people probably number few. A warning shot is being fired across the GOP’s bow, and as is so often the case, Jews and Jewish interests are the canary in the mineshaft or, in this case, at least one of the denizens of the birdcage. Before this spreads sufficiently to split the party and guarantee a Democratic victory in 2016, Republicans, take heed of the fringe.