My Answers to “Are You a ‘Cuckservative’?

cuckservative.jpgThese are my answers to Are You a “Cuckservative”? Take This Simple Quiz to Find Out! as posted by . As he writes:

In case you’re a bit late to the party, there’s a new and important political meme spreading, a game-changing litmus test for fortunes on the Right.  Some are still scratching their heads over what it’s all about, this #cuckservative thing.  I’m here to help sort it out.

  1. Do you loudly crow about how morally reprehensible it is for anyone to say that Dylann Roof expressed legitimate grievances in his manifesto, but you think black men raping white women and murdering whites by the thousands are just sociological effects, about which we should only whisper?
    > No. Anyone raping anyone is a criminal and should be prosecuted. I haven’t read Dylann Roof’s manifesto.
  2. Do you think those who advocate for white interests are a bigger threat to the Republican party image and electoral chances than politicians like Rand Paul and Jeb Bush, who abandon whites and pander to minorities in vain trying to get them to vote GOP?
    > Yes. I don’t think Rand Paul or Jeb Bush are threats to the Republican party image. I like Rand Paul, but he almost certainly won’t be the Republican candidate. I don’t think Jeb! has much influence either. I would say anyone advocating for “white” interests is not helping the party’s chances.
  3. Do you join Democrats in calling for even more measures to guarantee equal pay for women and men in similar jobs, regardless of employers’ prerogatives or natural circumstances?
    > No. Equal pay for equal work is already enshrined in law. I don’t see what more the government needs to do. I do applaud companies taking the initiative to make sure that they are paying their people (men and women) fairly.
  4. Do you think the achievement gaps between races are attributable to failures of our socioeconomic systems and government, not innate differences among races?
    > No. I think they are both factors.
  5. Do you preach that most blacks and hispanics are at heart really conservatives, except they just don’t realize it yet?
    > No. The data is pretty clear that that is not the case. I do think that better information on economics and the true costs of policies would help the conservative cause among all voters.
  6. Do you make sure to distance yourself from any white person who might postulate heresy on racial matters?
    > I don’t know what “heresy on racial matters” means. If you mean disagreeing with the position of the progressive left, then no, I would not. If you mean actual racial intolerance, then yes, I would.
  7. Do you take pains to argue for more legal immigration into the U.S.(from wherever), even while you feebly object to the ongoing waves of millions of illegals pouring in from the third world?
    > Yes. Bringing in good, well educated people is a good idea. Being a Canadian, I have little worry about waves of illegals, but I do believe our government should be very careful about letting in refugees. We should only be bringing in legitimate refugee families as refugees.
  8. Are you cautious to explain that people of any and all ethnic nationalities can be expected to become good, loyal Americans, and not alter the essential character of our country no matter how many millions of them swarm in — so long as they “accept the rule of law” and the Constitution, etc.?
    > No. I think if people are brought in thoughtfully, they can be integrated into the society, but letting in millions at a time can prevent this; there are some nationalities whose people will tend to keep their own cultures in this case.
  9. Would you sooner denounce and ban the Confederate flag than the rainbo*w … flag which flies at your workplace, because your bourgeois lifestyle, image, and sense of self-worth demand that you maintain your job and polite relationships with whoever, and think it’s better that your children be taken camping by Dan Savage than anyone see you as some kind of hateful bigot?
    > No. I wouldn’t ban any flag. I believe in free speech. I personally wouldn’t fly a confederate flag (I’m Canadian), but I don’t have a problem with people flying either one.
  10. Are you so terrified of being labelled a racist that you’ll eagerly continue to support or at least be quiet about anti-white trends, and angrily throw other whites under the bus if they try to stick up for white interests?
    > No. I believe in equality. People that call egalitarians racist are generally racist themselves.
  11. Do you make sure everyone knows how much you revere Martin Luther King, while you wouldn’t be caught dead praising Jared Taylor?
    > No. I do like Martin Luther King’s vision. He was fairly meritocratic, from what I know. I don’t know who Jared Taylor is.
  12. Have you been cuckolded by the anti-white elements pervading our politics? Do you imagine that the invasion and rape of your nation by non-whites is happening under your own altruistic direction, even while you watch in the sick satisfaction of your ethno-masochistic expense, and you get a smug and sanctimonious feeling of superiority when you chastise, censor, and condemn anyone expressing ideas about preserving a white majority and protecting white interests?
    > No. I believe in equality. I have no “ethno-masochistic” imaginings. I do not chastise, censor, or condemn others for expressing ideas, though I may disagree with them.
  13. Are you repulsed more by white racism than you are by the non-white predators and the perverts who are raping and murdering your wives, sons, and daughters, and you do you think the KKK are worse than mainstream whites actually paying to be out-bred by non-whites?
    > No. I think rape and murder are more severe crimes than racism. That doesn’t mean I condone racism. If by “the mainstream”, you mean the progressive left, I do think the KKK are worse than the progressives, because the KKK resorts to violence. On the other hand, I am against much of what the progressive left stands for, and I think they have done great harm to minorities.
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About jimbelton

I'm a software developer, and a writer of both fiction and non-fiction, and I blog about movies, books, and philosophy. My interest in religious philosophy and the search for the truth inspires much of my writing.
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