A short time ago SF noted a British supporter of Jeb Bush who described himself as an “ultraconservative Christian monarchist.” Thanks to our post on the subject, Matthew Celestis has decided to drop the term “ultraconservative” and just go with “Christian Tory monarchist.”
His explanation as to the move is a bit confusing though, at least to this writer. He expresses support for Franco and Pinochet (even Mussolini!) but also adds that he is a liberal on immigration and opposes radical welfare reform. He even favors the Human Rights Act. It is difficult for me to imagine Franco, Pinochet or Mussolini (all of whom defeated Leftists and restored pro-Christian, traditionalist order) allowing their countries to be flooded with non-White immigrants or their sovereignty surrendered.
On a side note, in less than two weeks I am speaking in London, England to Tory traditionalists who oppose the replacement of the British people with Third World immigrants and the surrender of British sovereignty. Hopefully Mr. Celestis will be there and we can afterwards get a couple pints and talk about how great Britain used to be when London wasn’t majority non-British and the country was governed by Christian Tory traditionalists.