Ted Sallis on #Cuckservatives

Ted Sallis, writing at EGINotes:

So, mid-summer 2015 is the time of the "cuckservative" fad, the newest "movement" paradigm leaving all and sundry breathless and depleted.  I will say though that I essentially approve of the term.  Ridicule is a powerful weapon, usually ignored by the stuffy Right and instead constantly wielded with efficacy by the Left.  The fact that the System is getting all hysterical about the term cuckservative is evidence that this term is effective and is hitting the mark.
But to avoid being the latest "movement" fad, it needs to have staying power. In the short-term, those who use the term need to ignore System counter-attacks. In the long term - what happens when the novelty of the cuckservative slur wears off, and the Beavis-and-Butthead elements in the "movement" get bored and wander off to play with some shiny new toy?  It is then that more mature elements must keep on hammering away with the cuckservative meme. The goal is to get the term cuckservative to become a permanent part of the American political vocabulary - so that when folks see the likes of a Jeb Bush, their first thought is a disgusted: "he's a cuckservative."  Indeed, in 2016 and beyond, the term needs to be used; one can hope that as Jeb campaigns he is confronted with signs labelling him as a cuckservative, that he hears the joyful heckling that utilizes the cuckservative term with justified fervor.  Further, the meme should go further: anyone who votes for, and/or otherwise supports, a cuckservative is a cuckservative themselves.  That should be the "scarlet letter" of conservative politics. And if the 2016 election boils down to a cuckservative vs. Hillary, the Right must not follow the usual script of "let's rally around the viciously anti-White Republican to beat the viciously anti-White Democrat." No, that must end. For godssakes, we've reached a point at which the socialist Jew liberal Democrat Bernie Sanders is farther to the right on immigration than most of the so-called "conservative Republican" candidates. So, use the term cuckservative throughout the entire campaign, and beyond.
Two more points:
First, this episode shows that the "thin membrane" separating far-Right groupuscules and the System can be breached, with far-Right memes "infecting" public discourse if done correctly. Griffin must be horrified.
Second, when the cuckservatives cry that "the racists" are not like us, they have, in part, a point. The "movement" can be divided between the conservative moderates (which includes peripheral groups like System paleoconservatives, Gamesters, and anti-WN HBDers) and the radicals. The former group - the Buchanan, Taylor, Francis, Auster, Sailer, Derbyshire (*) - do form a continuum with conservatism, but the latter group - including national socialists and other anti-conservative elements - do not. The radicals do need to continuously underscore their complete differentiation from conservatism, whether genuine conservatism or the cuckservative variants.
*Although the HBDers can be viewed as cuckservatives themselves, valuing Jews and Asians over Whites and, in some cases, engaging in miscegenation.