“This Culture War We’re In” – Daniel Greenfield At His Very Best

Over at frontpagemag.com, Daniel Greenfield lays out the whole spectrum of Left’s assault on free societies.

 

“But we do not get what we deserve. We get what we are willing to fight for.

Wars are not always won with bullets. Armies are expensive. Causes take momentum to maintain. Cultures can outlast organizations. And it is an organization that we are at war with.

The left does not have an authentic culture. Its counter-culture culture is a machine of destruction, a clumsily slapped-together assemblage of tools for cracking open, destroying and dominating people. A collection of lies and excuses, smears and bad habits, laced over with cultural appropriation and the fetisihization of the minority ‘Other’ as its sole source of spirituality.

It has no tradition. It has no heritage. It has no culture. It’s a virus, not an organism. It is utterly worthless and, like a virus, will not survive the destruction of its host.

It is our task to outlive it, if we cannot defeat it. It is our job to maintain our culture against its attacks. And it is our mission to expose it for what it is, a phantom made up of a million excuses for power. Its weapon is to destroy everything that gives us a sense of worth because it is a thing of no worth. It has nothing. We have everything. Its activists are a zombie army trying to fill their maws with something by destroying us because they have nothing. And they will always have nothing.

The left isn’t strong. It’s weak. It isn’t moral, it’s completely amoral. It isn’t replacing our culture with something better. It’s replacing it with an engine for destroying our culture. Once that’s done, it will collapse as thoroughly as its regimes always have because they had nothing to keep them going.

It’s not our cure. It’s our disease. It’s not a culture, it’s an anti-culture. It’s not a people, it’s a system. It’s an organization and those can be taken apart.

We are in the same place that the left was a century ago. We lack its organization, but we don’t need its artificial organizations. Our organizations are organic. To win, they have to completely dominate us with their organization. If we can maintain our organic organizations, our families, our communities and our religious and cultural groups, our arts and our skills, then we will have the natural building blocks for a resistance against them. Our lives are a natural resistance.

By being who we are in the face of their oppression, we become cultural guerrillas. Only our ability to maintain our organic organizations will make an ongoing resistance possible.

There is no party. There is no movement. We are all there is. And we had better make the most of it.

Our family is our army. Our religion and our convictions are our organization. Our mind is our weapon. Our battle is keeping these alive. Every battle we win organizes us, radicalizes us and builds us into a movement, a resistance of conviction and an organization of principle.” (from the article)

 

Read the whole article here.