Pat Buchanan is on his fear and loathing in White America tour, trying to convince everyone that white people are terribly persecuted in the United States and will soon find themselves rounded up into concentration camps by the great colored hordes. Take a look at the serious psychological projection in his latest column, which is breathtaking in its lack of self-awareness:
Friday, thousands in Moscow, giving Nazi salutes and carrying placards declaring, “Russia for the Russians!” marched through the city shouting racial slurs against peoples from the Caucasus.
In Nigeria, Boko Haram, which is Hausa for “Western education is sacrilege,” massacred 63 people in a terror campaign to bring about Shariah law. Seven churches were bombed.
Sunday, the New York Times reported that Uzbeks in Kyrgyzstan are suffering “horrific abuse” following last year’s pogrom.
Ethnic nationalism, what Albert Einstein dismissed as “the measles of mankind,” and religious fanaticism are making headlines and history.
Welcome to the new world disorder.
What has this to do with us? Perhaps little, perhaps everything.
I think it does have a lot to do with us. It especially has a lot to do with Pat Buchanan. For crying out loud, he is a major proponent of ethnic nationalism and religious fanaticism and has been for decades. The entire point of his new book is to call for more ethnic nationalism. Breathtaking.