Tucker Carlson shared a new video on Twitter on Thursday, delivering a stern and assertive monologue that addressed various cultural issues and encouraged viewers to “cling to your taboos.”
This video serves as the second episode of Carlson’s new series, Tucker on Twitter. In it, the former Fox News personality highlights the influence of moral entropy, which undermines societal moral standards. He urges viewers to steadfastly hold onto their customary beliefs in the face of external pressure to change their ethical perspectives.
According to Carlson, social prohibitions hold greater power and endurance over time compared to laws. He emphasizes that societies, as well as religions, are defined by what they do not allow.
“American society isn’t overtly religious, but it’s governed by taboos, and it always has been. What’s interesting is how fast our taboos are changing. This is not happening organically. What we’re allowed to dislike is being dictated to us from above, sometimes by force.”
“One by one, with increasing speed, our old taboos have been struck down. Those that remain have lost their moral force. Stealing, flaunting your wealth, striking women, smoking marijuana on the street, shameless public hypocrisy, taking other peoples’ money for not working: All of these things used to be considered unacceptable in America—not anymore,” Carlson adds.
Taking a somber tone, Carlson addresses a deeply sensitive topic in his monologue—the widely shared societal consensus that considers the sexual abuse of children as the most abhorrent crime imaginable.
“So it probably shouldn’t surprise us that the greatest taboo of all is teetering on the edge of acceptability: child molestation. A generation ago, talking to someone else’s children about sex was widely considered grounds for a thrashing. Touching them sexually was effectively a death penalty offense.”
Continuing his discourse, Carlson expresses his concern over the media’s portrayal of convicted pedophile Joseph Rosenbaum as a “victim” in the context of Kyle Rittenhouse’s fatal shootings in Kenosha. He points to this media coverage as an illustration of the subtle moral decline that normalizes pedophilia.
Furthermore, Carlson discusses a recent revelation by the Wall Street Journal regarding Instagram’s algorithmic facilitation of pedophile networks in soliciting child pornography and perpetrating child abuse.
“It was all pretty shocking, but not as shocking as what happened next—which was effectively nothing at all. The largest circulation newspaper in the United States revealed that one of the most influential companies was promoting pedophilia, and nobody in power did anything about it,” Carlson said.
“White supremacists are America’s new child molesters. We have zero tolerance for white supremacists because no one threatens this country more than they do,” he added.
In the conclusion of his monologue, Carlson delivers a heartfelt tribute to the traditional moral framework and passionately urges his audience to steadfastly hold onto their taboos, regardless of any disapproval from institutional authorities.
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“The old system was better. Government operated on the basis of laws, not amorphous moral terror… Outside of the public sphere, the population mostly governed itself, as it does in every society, and used taboos to do it. You knew what was allowed and what wasn’t because the rules didn’t change very often. The taboos were organic. They derived from collective experience and instinct, the two most reliable guides to life. They evolved for a reason—they still do. Our job at this point is to protect them, despite the hectoring—the nonstop hectoring—from the people in charge. You know the outlines of right and wrong; you’re born knowing them, so don’t let them talk you out of what you can smell. Don’t let them rationalize away your intuitive moral sense. Cling to your taboos like your life depends on them, because it does. Cherish and protect them like family heirlooms. That’s exactly what they are,” Carlson concluded.
Following closely after the first episode of Tucker on Twitter, Carlson’s latest video continues his critical stance against the media, accusing them of deceiving the public on various issues. While addressing a range of topics, one that garnered significant attention was Carlson’s suggestion that the U.S. government was withholding information about a different kind of aliens, distinct from those crossing the Mexican border illegally.
The video elicited a mixed response from Carlson’s supporters, as some found his exploration of UFOs and the possibility of human interaction with extraterrestrial beings to be a diversion from his usual anti-establishment and nativist message, which they considered more impactful and relatable.
“At the end of the day, even if aliens existed, I don’t trust our ruling class to honestly inform us about them,” said writer and podcaster Patrick Casey on Twitter. “So the best response for now [in my opinion] is skepticism. But beyond a meta-level inquiry into UFOs as a news item, the right shouldn’t become fixated on this issue. We have far more important issues to focus on: demographic replacement, the anti-white agenda, trans agenda, crime, opposing wars, etc.”