How do Conservatives want to change America? Is there be a second revolution in America as far as Conservatives are concerned? What ways will Conservatives make America better or worse & why? How is the rise of extremist, even supremacist groups such as the Alt-Right related to Conservatives in America? What is the ultimate goal regarding America for Conservatives & how do they intend to accomplish this goal?
I envision something quite Darwinesque but infused with dynastic wealth and the like. A Conservative end goal would be minimal government interaction and an extremely free market. It's hard to say if America would be better in the long run but it would take a dark period to find out. I don't see Conservative allowances for social programs and assistance for those in poverty. The extremist groups are born out of ignorance and pain. They are pointing fingers at immigrants, minorities, etc. because they are confused on how to alleviate their own struggles. For the record, I wouldn't consider myself either a Conservative or Liberal in the current sense.
I think Eastward has the overall big picture in sight, but it seems to me as if the revolution is happening within the elites and we are the pawns.
With a different narrative from each mainstream media source its hard to keep up with what is really going on behind the scenes, but based on the context of the arguments, at least in the public view, the war appears to be over: One world government, population control, economic control and of course who runs it all. The question I am left asking myself is "Is an agenda 21 style earth necessary?"
by Scott S Bateman 2 years ago
Well, yes. The answer is obvious.1) They oppose background checks and other gun laws so mentally unstable people can buy assault rifles and commit mass murders like in Orlando and Connecticut.2) They favor multi trillion dollar wars chasing weapons of mass destruction that don't exist instead of...
by My Esoteric 3 months ago
Commonly, those people who call themselves conservative hold socialism and communism as being the end-state of liberalism. I would argue that there is nothing "liberal" about socialism and communism. Think about it, the fundamental engine behind both is the need for the...
by Kathryn L Hill 27 hours ago
... or not?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
Which groups of people are MORE likely to be prejudiced: Conservatives or Liberals? Why? Why not?
by My Esoteric 5 years ago
Do Conservatives believe in a United States or a united States of America?The Declaration of Independance refers to the united States while the Constitution uses the phrase United States, with a capital 'U'. The Ariticles of Confederation and the Continental Congress epitomize a united States...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
Do you believe that America was much better when the Conservatives ran it or with the Liberalscurrently running it? Why? Why not?
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