What Culture Are Conservatives Trying To Protect From “Cancel Culture”?Robert Hampton
Dr. Seuss is CANCELED.
The publisher of the famous children’s books author announced this week it would suppress six of his works due to “racism.” Multiple school districts eliminated Dr. Seuss from their libraries. And, the worst insult of all, President Joe Biden erased Dr. Seuss from National Reading Day, an event originally meant to honor Theodor Seuss Geisel’s birthday.
Predictably, conservatives were outraged by this development and complained that this was one of the worst excesses of cancel culture. (Seuss’s books became best-sellers on Amazon during this hoopla.) The conservative backlash prompted the Washington Post’s Philip Bump to ask: “If curtailing racist imagery in Dr. Seuss is ‘cancel culture,’ what, exactly, is your culture?”
The question, as stated, is dumb. Bump claims harmless stereotypes need to be wiped from our society to achieve real progress. The journalist says Dr. Seuss’s depictions of African tribesmen and Asians are “hurtful anachronisms.” The ideal world, according to this journo, would not allow any of these stereotypical depictions to survive. That’s a call for radical cultural erasure, which should worry all sensible people.
This opinion is shared by most of the liberal commentariat. What’s most interesting about Bump’s opinion is how he describes conservatives’ cultural attitudes and why they’re so mad about cancel culture. “People who perceive criticism of the casual racism of the past as criticism of their own behavior or as a reminder of how the world around them is changing,” he writes. “It’s not that some Dr. Seuss books are being taken out of rotation. It’s that Seuss is a benchmark for a particular sort of American upbringing. Calling out Seuss’s — infrequent! — racist imagery is therefore an attack on that view of American identity.”
Bump says it makes for the perfect political focus for conservatives: “Attacking ‘cancel culture’ simultaneously allows the right to reinforce a sense that the world is changing around them and to blame the left — read: the media, technology firms — for attacking tradition or conservative values.”
This rings true. Ordinary Americans feel particularly aggrieved by the effects of cancel culture because it seems to steamroll over their cultural heritage. But what kind of cultural heritage do these boomer conservatives uphold? It’s not monuments dedicated to their ancestors or some shared folk culture — it’s Dr. Seuss and Mr. Potato Head.
A week before Dr. Seuss’s cancellation, Hasbro announced that Mr. Potato Head would ditch the Mr. and now be gender-neutral. This caused similar fury among conservatives who could not believe the potato figurine would lose his detachable mustache. One conservative even made a meme Valhalla for all the canceled figures. It included fired Star Wars actress Gina Carano, Aunt Jemima, and Paw Patrol.
An updated version shows Cat in the Hat joining the other cultural icons in canceled heaven.
These memes unintentionally illustrate an important element of this cancel culture fight. On the surface, they’re just harmless boomer humor. It’s not intended to make a serious statement, but it accidentally does. The canceled pantheon is the culture for many Americans. It’s got everything — professional sports, TV shows, toys, and maple syrup. Boomers are more likely to see the world through Uncle Ben’s Rice and the Cleveland Indians than Shakespeare or Beethoven. This is why there’s more popular outrage about Mr. Potato Head than the disappearance of the Western canon from higher education.
For Americans of a certain age, cancel culture aims to destroy everything they grew up with. Boomers and Zoomers first read with Dr. Seuss; now they’re told he’s too racist to read. This is a disorienting development for older people. What are kids supposed to read now?
It should be noted that Dr. Seuss was no reactionary. He was a partisan Democrat throughout his life. When FDR beat the drums for war, Seuss skewered the America First Coalition in his work. When FDR interned the Japs, Seuss drew Japanese-Americas as sinister fifth columnists. He came to accept pretty much everything the modern Democratic Party adopted later on, particularly on civil rights. Many of his books evoke cliche anti-racism themes and there’s nothing to suggest the Cat in the Hat is a secret Right-winger.
But the Left now turns on one of its most dutiful propagandists for the sake of proper progress. The only ones left to defend Dr. Seuss are the people he spent his whole life mocking and caricaturing. What a turnaround.
Dr. Seuss’s cancellation matters because of his importance to American culture. No other author shaped America’s childhood over the last 70 years more than Mr. Geisel. The banning of his books represents a more important development than Mr. Potato Head losing his manhood. The latter is too frivolous to care about.
But Dr. Seuss’s cancellation is less important than the war against the historic American people. Our heroes and Founders are being canceled left and right. Statues are razed and holidays are renamed. Southerners can no longer fly the flag that symbolizes their heritage. White children must acknowledge they’re inherently bad and can no longer honor their ancestors at school. We can’t even say what people founded this country without fear of cancellation. Most large cities were canceled by youths, rendering them alien to the (real) native Americans.
The culture and traditions that tie generations of Americans together are being dismantled before our eyes. Conservatives do get angry about the erasure of Christopher Columbus and other foundational figures, but it doesn’t rise to Dr. Seuss’s level. The GOP doesn’t rally around Robert E. Lee or try to hawk Douglass Southall Freeman’s biographies to stand up against cancel culture. They only do that with Theo Geisel. This is their culture and you can only take Green Eggs and Ham from their cold, dead hands.
Maybe it’s good that millions of Americans lose this petty culture. Maybe then they will realize there’s something more important than kids’ books and sports logos. There’s a people threatened with cancelation, and that people is their own. If they ever want their children to read something better than Antiracist Baby, then they better start worrying about the real target of cancel culture.
It’s not Aunt Jemima. It’s not Uncle Ben. And it’s certainly not Mr. Potato Head.
It’s white America.
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Thank you for being a voice of reason amidst the wilderness of conservatard grifters bemoaning the ‘loss’ of Dr. Zeuss. I never liked Geisel’s books – not as a child myself, nor a parent. There isn’t a single Zeuss title among the old children’s books I’ve bought and stored for future grandchildren. The only one I could tolerate reading to my son was “The 500 hats of Bartholomew Cubbins.” Normies only react to cancel culture when it comes to popular ‘culture’ . . . which really isn’t culture at all, but merely a product of (((marketing and advertising))). They’re nostalgic for commercial products and t.v. shows, and object when their daughter loses her cheerleading scholarship, not when she brings home a black boyfriend. I want popular culture canceled, and Whites who won’t take pride in their history and civilization are no loss.
Perfectly stated! I recognize that this cancelling is an assault on white America, a racial power play by white cucks trying to intimidate 100% Americans into embracing the multiracial New World Order and attendant ultimate white extinction. That said, however, my understanding of the European New Right and its North American offshoot here at CC is that we, too, want to strip away all of that (((Madison Ave/ Hollywood))) faux-culture garbage so as to reintroduce our people to their REAL and unarguably superior European heritage. Although I am variously a 4th-10th generation American, I grew up in a home which revered our people’s European roots and culture. I grew up with Greek myths and the fables of LaFontaine, as well as to be honest the Bible. I was mostly shielded from pop culture crap (with a few cartoons, like Bugs Bunny, as exceptions), and am now grateful to my parents for having done that.
If all of this corporate symbology cleansing, and pop cultural wokeness goes far enough, I think it could prove to be very helpful to our cause. More and more whites are now alienated from pro sports, thanks to BLM. Is this a bad thing? What we are really doing is what I call “internal nation-rebuilding” – literally rebuilding white America from the inside out. The more the evil Left can alienate our people from the occupationist regime all around them, the easier our metapolitical task. I don’t like statuary of great white Americans destroyed, but the woke can otherwise do what they want with every institution and element of the mass-cult(ure) not under firm Occidentalist control.
Kudos, Herr Hampton. As an early member of the “Baby Boom Generation,” I had the misfortune of having been raised on Dr. Spock, Dr. Seuss, Uncle Milty, etc. It is all Jewish culture–not ours. Anyone born since about 1940 is situated similarly to fish spawned and raised in sewage water. The sewage is all they have ever known, and they would probably believe they could not survive without it.
The Phillip Bump rhetorical question could be rephrased and aimed at white “conservatives;” “What, exactly, is it you are trying to conserve?”
We all know who they are really trying to cancel: white people (and their culture and civilization). But thanks for calling it out. I hope every white person reads this article. Until then, make white babies and white flight!
The next step is to cancel dollars – on all dollar bills are WHITE presidents. That’s wrong and must be corrected. George Floyd instead of Ben Franklin on 100’s bill, for example, would be OK.
The $20 Bill with Andrew Jackson’s rather handsome, flinty face is already scheduled for replacement by s Black Person of Color, a woman, whose name I’ve already forgotten, and who has a face that ought to be. But alas, it will be with us soon. Trump had cancelled its printing, but we know how that turned out.
However — we’re rescued this month — It’s IRISH-AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH! And it’s actually a proclaimed American holiday, just like “Black-American Heritage Month. I bet at least 50% – 75% of our readers here at CC have just a wee drop of green blood in their veins, so let’s really celebrate OUR heritage this month, or at least on March 17th, the traditional St. Patrick’s celebration. March 17th is very close to March 21st, the first day of Spring in the traditional Celtic religious celebration calendar. So, get yourself a green T-shirt at least and wear it with your Irish Pride all month from now on. It is indeed time we take back OUR Heritage and holidays! Go to your local dollar-store and get a shamrock flag and fly it!
“May the Road Rise Up to Meet You — and May the Wind be Always at Your Back”!
An Olde Irish Blessing
“May your glass be ever full. May the roof over your head be always strong. And may you be in heaven half an hour before the devil knows you’re dead”.
The $20 Bill with Andrew Jackson’s rather handsome, flinty face is already scheduled for replacement by s Black Person of Color, a woman, whose name I’ve already forgotten, and who has a face that ought to be.
Whitney Houston would be not bad. At least she was a nice woman and good singer.
But the other possible options are not so likable. MLK, of course. Then Malcolm X. Jeremiah “God damn America” Wright. More candidates?
“Whitney Houston would not be bad”.
Better than Angela Davis or someone other “freedom fighter”.
I agree with this article in theory, but in practice, all of this Cancel Culture stuff should be lumped together instead of distilled down to the important vs the trivial.
The bottom line is that they’re gonna erase ALL OF IT. Every bit, in due time. We should fight for everything, all of it. Lending them even an ounce of legitimacy by saying “but it’s just a stupid kids book tho” is just as bad as surrendering our historic cities to the sprawling ghetto while we flee into the mountains.
My thoughts exactly.
Theodore Dalrymple on how ‘pregnant people’ is replacing ‘pregnant women’ in journals :
“Indeed, it’s the very small-mindedness, or if you like thoroughness, of it that gives it its significance, for it suggests a policing of language that is so totalitarian in sensibility.”
It’s that the books are not propagandistic. They want everything that children touch to be anti white indoctrination.
And they want nothing compelling to be compared with. Dr Seuss is what, a talented white male with a horrifying German name! He’s a Wagnerian colossus who wrote metered poetry AND made compelling illustrations better than they could do in their wettest dreams. Moreover children of all ages and even adults actually ENJOY his books. We can’t have such an odious reminder of white male greatness pulling at our children’s heartstrings.
He is full of socially conscious positive messages. The Lorax is environmental. Sneeches is against status competition and also could be a parable against racism.
But what about Mrs. Potato Dick?
Soon after learning that the largest online auction site (the name rhymes with “bidet’) had forbidden the sale of copies of the banned Dr. Seuss books, I did a little experiment. I searched for copies of the novels of Sven Hassell, books which tell tales of men serving in the armed forces of the immediate successor of the Weimar Republic. Mirabile dictu (as Bill Buckley used to say), I found lots and lots of them.
The point here is not that we who stand on the starboard side of Genghis Khan are immune from the slings and arrows of cancel culture. Far from it, whenever we find ourselves in the sights of the Enemies of All Good Things, they can be counted on to give us two barrel’s worth of rock-salt and nails. However, they are more likely to aim their artillery at departed New Dealers, greying editors of the New York Times, and other icons of the liberal establishment.
One reason for this simple proximity. The lefties so often fire at liberals because the latter are close at hand. Another cause is a failure of imagination. Those who hunting for race realist prey find it hard to envision the diversity of opinion to be found in realms inhabited by persons to the right of Wendell Wilkie. A third contributor to this phenomenon is the fact that liberals are far more vulnerable to cancellation than the devotees of Lucky Lindy. After all, we have neither professorships nor lucrative book contracts to lose.
The final reason that liberals are more likely to fall victim to cancel culture lies in the realm of logistics. Leftism is not entirely motivated by material concerns. But few idealists are entirely bereft of personal ambition. (Even vegans, after all, have to eat sometime.) Thus, the ability of cancellation to clear old liberals out of cushy positions in well-funded institutions creates an incentive for leftists to aim at the proverbial 50-meter target.
When I was a kid of around 5 or 6 Dr. Seuss’s cartoons appeared in various magazines and some of his books in dentists and doctors offices. His stuff, honestly, gave me the same sick feeling that I got when I’d try to watch “Gumby”. I don’t know the connection, I just know both made me physically ill.
Fine. I never liked the old commie Jew’s stuff anyway, even as a child.
I´ve always thought, he was a German.
There’s a similar madness in the UK : Enid Blyton’s original Noddy books are now seen as racist because of the black golliwogs. Modern reprints substitute teddy bears or goblins for golliwogs.
And get this : There was a time when Anne, in Enid Blyton’s ‘The Famous Five’, said that boys cannot wear pretty dresses or like girls’ dolls. That line has now been expunged.
The TinTin series had the Congo book suppressed too. Frizzy haired mulatto sassy girls go around book stores demanding that they be removed. Saw one do it at Blackwells.
Sick of blaggaks.
Hey, here’s an idea! Can CC be partially commodified? Specifically, if IRS laws forbid something like CC starting a Far Right ebay, maybe one of us should do it? Think about it. Ever more books and other objects are likely to become verboten in the coming years. Not only will racist books, comics, dolls, board games, etc, not be manufactured or reprinted by their publishers, now you cannot even buy some of the stuff on Amazon or even ebay. Is the idiot Left not creating a new market opening?
Are there such things as non-black golliwogs?
I fear for the future availability of Hiliare Belloc’s salutary and edifying Cautionary Tales
While the author reflects on this question and the lack of adequate response by conservatives, I’m not sure this piece really articulates a response to why this stuff is bad either, or rather it shifts the blame to conservatives who should be more concerned with more urgent issues.
But these things are obviously taken seriously by those in charge of the cancel culture. Attacking the light, fluffy pop consumer culture stuff that people take for granted hurts people in a certain way. They are being told they can’t consume their way out of diversity/white genocide anymore, and companies and franchises are being instructed to do an audit on their ‘White Supremacy’. Too many are more than happy to comply.
Thinking about these symbols, to me it seems, someone, somewhere has to be able to stand up for the idea of prejudice, of stereotypes, of mockery, to allow for paternalism (in some contexts), yes even a kind of supremacy and the healthy and normalizing effects these things bring to the wider group.
There must be defended: a right to wield, construct or accept images of the Other that may have the potential to be perceived as patronizing, condescending, comical, degrading and hurtful where that Otherness is a factor in this characterization. And that these things have a right to exist in the most mainstream and routine areas of life.
Yet it’s only because of the artificial elevation of the Other and artificial downgrading of whiteness that we are seeing this stuff happen.
When we simply accept books, products and so on being banned, edited or rebranded to fit The Current Year, we are actually having chunks of our own freedom and identity chipped away, we are being stripped of popular cultural memory (however disposable or flawed), we are being prevented from building the world we want, from seeing what we really see, from thinking the natural thoughts we want. It’s not just some image that is being banned, the message is that our future is being cancelled.
Even if some liberals or Jews in the past had a hand in the construction of these now allegedly offensive images it isn’t important.
That’s me being extremely kind and accepting at face value the arguments as I understand them to be from the cancel culture elite.
Of course the more dire truth is that as the world become less white, as the grip of Jewish power over culture continues and as a public appetite is created to manufacture endless symbolic initiatives to seek ‘justice’ by banishing some prior symbol, this stuff will not only continue but accelerate until it reaches some singularity.
Thinking about these symbols, to me it seems, someone, somewhere has to be able to stand up for the idea of prejudice, of stereotypes, of mockery, to allow for paternalism (in some contexts), yes even a kind of supremacy and the healthy and normalizing effects these things bring to the wider group.
I’ve seen the point made that the ethnic stereotypes which once were part of American popular culture had a critical role in assimilating immigrant populaces into the mainstream of White society. The idea was that people would shed their Old World ways and become “more White.” Obviously, this is a process which is being reversed these decadent days. Which is likely why these stereotypes are under attack.
There must be defended: a right to wield, construct or accept images of the Other that may have the potential to be perceived as patronizing, condescending, comical, degrading and hurtful where that Otherness is a factor in this characterization.
The obvious thing is that this right is covered by the First Amendment. Currently, cancel culture is being carried out by the amorphous entity called the Market, but it’s not too far a step from corporate IT monopolies canceling online accounts to the state putting people in prison for forbidden speech, as we are seeing today in much of the formerly Free World.
If conservatives really believed in the Constitution, they might make this into a Free Speech issue. Then again, it’s a tactic which the Dissident Right can pick up.
Anyone, how about meming…The Green Frog in the Hat?
…How the Woketards Cancelled Christmas?
…Red Pills and Spam?
Sort of off topic, but does anyone who is in their late 40s or early 50s remember this PSA that was shown heavily, at least in the NYC area, during afternoon TV cartoon time? The grandfather, besides his bad acting, is a monster. He immediately sides AGAINST his grandson, after he asks him an innocent question, in favor of “Jimmy.”
The premise in this video is absurd. The grandfather is telling his grandson that he is prejudiced because the grankid acknowledges that his friend is Jewish. “My Jewish friend”. How is that prejudicial? Especially if the grandkid doesn’t understand the concept of international jewry lol. It is no different than saying “my attorney friend” or “my mechanic friend” or “my elderly neighbor” or “my autistic cousin”. If the child harbors no ill feelings towards Judaism, then acknowledging his friend’s ethnic or religious identity should not be consequential at all.
It is kinda strange how a culture which has up to this point been largely defined by its “whiteness” has managed to make people who aren’t white ashamed to have their non-whiteness noticed. It’s as if though white people have so mind-fucked these people that they are ashamed that they aren’t white and don’t want anyone pointing it out.
We truly live in a sick society that is completely unable to cope with the destructiveness of diversity in a healthy way.
Anyone care to take a wild guess as to the religious affiliation of the fellow who wrote this PSA?
The journalist says Dr. Seuss’s depictions of African tribesmen and Asians are “hurtful anachronisms.”
Note how “hurtful” has become a magic word. Just call something “hurtful” and–presto–books, statues and sportsball team logos disappear from the face of the planet. But let’s dissect this syndrome.
What exactly is being “hurt?”
No one is being physically assaulted. No property is being destroyed. No one is being prevented from applying for a job or admission to a university.
Well, I suppose what’s being hurt are “feelings.” Someone feels bad about something, so it has to go. The fact that no one is being forced to buy a Dr. Seuss book and view the horrific and abhorrent images contained therein is of no account (“horrific” and “abhorrent” also joining the ranks of magic words).
It’s like pornography in the old days. No one was forced to buy a centerfold magazine or ticket to an “adult” movie. But still there were people who wanted porn banned and for quite some time this was the national policy. It’s been remarked elsewhere that, to the “woke” (i.e., deluded progressive ideologues), “racism” takes the place of sex as a collective taboo. A windowshade snaps up and reveals (horrors and abhorrence!) a cat in a top hat reading Horton Hears a Who.
Clutch your pearls and call the Vice Squad.
Of course, if conservatives really, really wanted to fight this inanity, they might take the offensive. They could purchase the rights to various banned logos and use them on their own products, even go on air and read the complete works of Dr. Seuss (ala George Carlin). If this is hurtful to the “woke,” well then that’s the point.
Anything that drives the “woke” over the deep end ought to be the order of the day.
Wouldn’t it be grand if someone created a 24/7 Dr Seuss channel, with commercial interruptions to advertise Aunt Jemima syrup?
This is my dream timeline.
Who will be canceled as next? Jules Verne? Mark Twain?
I live in a diverse part of London (moving soon) with a hyper-woke local council. I recently borrowed Verne’s African adventure ‘Five Weeks in a Balloon’ from the local (council) library. I can only assume that no-one in the library service has read it, or someone has and they are naughtily saying nothing.
I also live in London. At my local library if you use their computers and try to access AmRen or Counter-Currents you are greeted with a message saying access is denied as the sites have been identified as harmful. (Bizarrely, it is still possible to get Occidental Observer!)
The telling point is that this is a local-government department (not a private company) censoring opinion. The Labour Party’s manifesto promised public ownership of broadband. If implemented, the state could have silenced dissident sites for all Brits in our own homes.
The old Frenchman was very politically incorrect, when seen from today. All inventors and explorers in his novels were WHITE. The French, Americans, Englishmen and Scots, sometimes Germans and Russians, but where were Blacks? Well, Captain Nemo was a Hindu, but from high caste, Aryan, and he has got the good European education.
Then, look at “Un Capitaine de quinze ans”. The Portuguese slave-traders are portrayed negative, JV was an enemy of slave-trading, but he (quite correctly!) writes that the AFRICAN kings had sold Africans as slaves to those ugly merchants, it means, they are no less guilty than traders themselves.
II wonder, if the French would give up one of their greatest authors and surrender to the PC-dictate.
And also from Verne´s description of native Africans we see that there was no civilization at all. Not in 1870´s and not before. The descripted situation is not European/American techno-civilization of the same era. This is not retarded, but interested civilization with some old culture, like the civilizations of the Chinese, Japanese, Koreans. This is not archaic culture with dull present, but interesting past, like Persian, Türkic, Arabian, Russian, Hindus etc. The African tribes, as J.V. described them, are simply neolithic savages, not more.
That must be where Huxley got the idea for Brave New World’s interracial rape in a helicopter. The film within the book so to speak.
If anyone is interested, there was actually a movie Theodor Geisel made with Dr. Seuss overtones. The 5000 Fingers of Dr. T (1953). it deals with a normal kid hating piano practice when he’d rather play baseball, and has a dream where Dr. Terwilliker, his piano teacher, has a piano with 5000 keys that boys are forced to practice on forever. The kid has to escape, and sees his mother under Dr. T’s influence, but the normal, maintenance man helps the kid escape his nightmare so he can run off and play baseball.
The sets were designed by Geisel, and it really looks like a Dr. Seuss book. Song lyrics were written by Geisel, and music composed by Friedrich Hollander, who did the music for the film The Blue Angel (‘Falling in Love Again’).
Hans Conreid played Terwiliker, and makes a good Seuss villain.
The movie bombed, audiences hated it, but it’s certainly intriguing and offers a view of kid’s normality fighting imposed adult conformity. If you want to see Dr. Seuss in cinema, here it is.
What’s the need for a new term? Isn’t it all just old-fashioned blacklists and purges and an occasional violent attack by Antifa.
And it has begun in FDR´s times, as Diana West writes in AMERICAN BETRAYAL. There are many information in her book about the unofficial, but effective censorship of editors, publishers and Hollywood producers, who did not allow to publish books or make movies with Anticommunist orientation.
It’s not just Seuss. Its sexual mutilation of ‘trans’ kids and people having their career destroyed for comments on the internet. These are essentially the same family of phenomenon.
I believe left uses political narratives more efficiently. The meaning they attribute to events is the filter to focus on facts relevant to that narrative. The narrative provides the criterion for legitimate rationales and actions.
Here are some advantages the left has in spreading narratives.
1. Their assumptions are formed from k-12. Communist-derived ideology is a common frame of reference..
2. Promoting some narrative for political action is a skill that can be developed with practice. They herd readily to the latest doctrines. (BLM and covid come to mind.)
3. Media institutions to aid and abet.
The right has plenty of facts and reasons to apprehend substantial dangers.
However, conservatives’ approach is totally backwards. Facts themselves don’t entail any given course of action. You have to have a common understanding of what the facts imply about the appropriate course of action . You need a narrative. Why are conservatives always going about it backwards?
Vagrant Rightist identified the answer: The conservative narrative is… civic nationalism(!?) Their organizing principle entails destroying the nation. They parrot Reagan, “smaller government”… yet Civic nationalism makes the state the sole unifying principle of the country.
No wonder the conservatives are losing the culture wars. Up here in Canada, our situation is analogous. We have two major left-wing parties. We have a civnat conservative party. All jockying for minority votes, so the immigration spigot has to remain open.
Boomers are the Television generation.
That is the issue that everyone studiously ignores, because nothing has changed, the later generations just have Facebook instead. Everything is mediated via technology.
And the people who have control of this mediating technology are anti-white.
A propos, “Geisel” means “hostage” in German. :))
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