When it comes to foreign policy, I am very disgruntled with the Republican Party. Learning the wrong lesson from 9/11, the GOP now has Nation Building as one of it’s core ideological tenets. American interests are no longer the Party’s concern. It’s all about Global and Islamic interests. Like the Democrats, The GOP supports the agendas of the Muslim Brotherhood, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States.
Radio host Michael Savage has had enough. He is now calling for a new Nationalist Party to challenge the GOP from the right.
The conservative radio host Michael Savage Sunday called for a third, “nationalist” American political party to challenge the Republican Party on the right of the political spectrum.
“We need a nationalist party in the United States of America,” said Savage on Aaron Klein’s WABC radio show.
“You have the rudiments of a new party in this country called a Tea Party. They need to restructure their party. They need a charismatic leader, which they don’t have,” he said. “When you say Tea Party no one knows who the leader is because there is no leader. No man has stepped forward who can lead that party.”
Savage is the third-most widely heard radio talker in the country, and a leading voice among conservatives seeking an alternative to the Beltway Republican Party.
I agree with Michael Savage. Some may cringe at the term Nationalists since the Leftist Nazis used that term. Nationalism just means putting your national interests first.
Personally, I wish the Republican Party would adopt a national interest based foreign policy. But just like the Democrats, they are Transnational Progressives who do the bidding of Islamic interests. When someone challenges the The GOP’s Pro-Globalist/Islamic foreign policy, they get called isolationist and areshunned.
Despite Michael Savage’s call I don’t see anything changing. Too many Republican voters blindly support any military action whether it’s in America’s interest. One day the American Right will wake up and realize they have been fooled. A strong defense does not mean getting involved in conflicts on behalf of the Muslim Brotherhood, Saudi Arabia and Gulf States.