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Thursday, March 02, 2017

Why the Alt-Right is so scary

Robert Weissberg explains the Alt-Right is threatening to the political establishment because only the Alt-Right is speaking the truth about what everyone can see is happening all across the West:
Even in today’s acrimonious political landscape, nothing seems to draw as much vitriol as the minuscule “Alt-Right” (shorthand for an alternative to mainstream Conservatism Inc.). Indeed, if America’s political class organized 1984-style two-minute hates, the Alt-Right would be the star of the show with Richard Spencer substituting for Emmanuel Goldstein.

Given this aversion across the ideological spectrum, one might surmise that the Alt-Right embraced doctrines totally antithetical to core American values. Not quite. In at least in one key regard, the Alt-Right is as American as apple pie...

.Let me offer a speculative explanation. In an increasingly heterogeneous society where there is always a potential for internecine strife, prudence dictates permitting everyone (regardless of race or ethnicity) to create their own “private” ethno states, but caution also counsels the Mafia’s Omerta, the code of silence. Not even the liberal-dominated mass media will run stories of how real estate developers in cahoots with elected officials undermine residential diversity with under-the-radar “ethnic cleansing” by enticing large numbers of urban underclass blacks into suburban public housing (Ferguson, MO is one example). The only way a New Yorker might realize that whites are forcing out blacks in historically black Harlem is by reading reviews of new trendy restaurants and clubs in Harlem.

Into this Omerta comes the Alt-Right willing to speak the unspeakable: if we want America to be America, exclude low-IQ Syrian goat herders and wife beater with nine children who embrace a religion deeply incompatible with America’s core Christian principles. Alt-Right trouble-makers relish recounting grim tales of culturally indigestible immigrants or explaining how corporate America willingly destroys the country to attract cheap Third World labor all the while sending the clean-up bill—policing, welfare, medical care–to hapless, largely white taxpayers. The Alt-Righter resembles an un-socialized youngster who regularly blurts out the unspeakable, embarrassing truth.

And finally, there’s The Great Fear: this Alt-Right “virus” may escape the laboratory’s Petri dish and gain a modicum of political traction. Think Marine Le Pen and the National Front in France or, in Germany, Frauke Petry and the Alternative for Germany, two nationalist, anti-immigration parties that arrived out “of nowhere” and are now serious electoral players. After all, there is a demonstrable market for the idea of a white ethno state and an ambitious demagogue, perhaps a modern-day cleaned up George Wallace, could easily champion it. To be sure, an American National Party would be unlikely to capture any office, particularly under its current leadership, but it could peel off 5% or so of the popular vote as a protest vote in at least some states. Stranger things have happened so it is no wonder that the establishment obsesses over this tiny handful of heretics whose xenophobic views resonate with millions of deplorable Americans.
The Left is lying. The cuckservatives are lying. The conservatives and civic nationalists were misguided, but at this point, if they're still sticking to their guns, they are knowingly speaking what they now know to be false.

And that is why the Alt-Right scares all of them. Because we speak the truths that they wish to hide.

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81 Comments:

Anonymous Athor Pel March 02, 2017 11:06 AM  

The alt-right is not a tiny handful. The visibly vocal is a tiny handful, to someone raised in and still living in an urban progressive enclave.

Anonymous Vin March 02, 2017 11:14 AM  

I've been hearing my Boomer, polite society type parents say things (Alt Right truths) the last 6 months I never would've expected to hear out of them. My dad always referred to himself as a 'Gerry Ford moderate' until recently.

Blogger VFM #7634 March 02, 2017 11:21 AM  

"Indeed, if America’s political class organized 1984-style two-minute hates, the Alt-Right would be the star of the show with Richard Spencer substituting for Emmanuel Goldstein."

And the Democrats can have their own additional show featuring Boris and Natasha.

"Not even the liberal-dominated mass media will run stories of how real estate developers in cahoots with elected officials undermine residential diversity with under-the-radar “ethnic cleansing” by enticing large numbers of urban underclass blacks into suburban public housing (Ferguson, MO is one example)."

Pshaw, the Europeans have been doing that for decades. And it's working out really well for them.

"The Alt-Righter resembles an un-socialized youngster who regularly blurts out the unspeakable, embarrassing truth."

When I was a little kid, I once told a Haitian girl "You don't belong here"... and I wasn't being malicious about it at all. I was a bit surprised at her hostile reaction.

Blogger Some Dude March 02, 2017 11:28 AM  

The other reason they're scared is human biodiversity, and everything it entails. Our beloved certain minority elite would love all minorities worshipped, but most especially the most deplorable ones to absolve them of their sins against nature.

Blogger bosscauser March 02, 2017 11:30 AM  

The peons stand up and say we ain't playing the hate whitey game no more!
Who knew?

#PresidentTrump2020

Anonymous A Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents March 02, 2017 11:35 AM  

Truth is to SJW as sunlight is to vampire.

Blogger tz March 02, 2017 11:37 AM  

They are scared because they live in their ethnically homogeneous gated communities and realize they really believe in what Richard Spencer says in their hearts and how they act.

The alt-right simply doesn't live a lie.

Blogger J A Baker March 02, 2017 11:38 AM  

I don't believe the alt-right would risk putting the gov. back in the hands of the dems over a stupid protest vote. They'd choose the lesser of two evils while continuing their grassroots activism without missing a beat.

Blogger pyrrhus March 02, 2017 11:44 AM  

Weissberg is usually a fairly sensible chap, but notice the words "demagogue", "xenophobic", "tiny" ,etc.....

Blogger J A Baker March 02, 2017 11:45 AM  

He says xenophobic like it's a bad thing.

Blogger tz March 02, 2017 11:51 AM  

But there is a part 2:
The alt-right knows the left and cucks won't hold minorities accountable.
Nature or nurture isn't being used to fix outcomes.
If women have moral agency, we don't need abortion.
If blacks have moral agency we don't need welfare.
If Latinos had moral agency there would be no illegal immigration.

When are the civic nationalists going to insist on accountability for actions? Beyond just white males and the occasional Asian?

The lefties and cucks in their white segre-gated communities have a collective solipsism that everyone just acts that way.

Anonymous ogunsiron March 02, 2017 11:52 AM  

Impressed that he wrote "America’s core Christian principles"

Anonymous Escape from treason March 02, 2017 11:54 AM  

The backlash that is 21st century Nationalism has restored some of my lost faith in humanity. It turns out I was not some kind of lone fool who just didn't get it after all but rather I was part of a silenced majority who did get it but just didn't like it.

As a Brit I voted for leaving the EU although I expected that the majority of my fellow countrymen would not, being either too disinterested, brainwashed or stupid. Likewise I looked at our kin across the pond I hoped that they would stand up but I never expected them to be able to rally themselves in the numbers required. God be thanked for putting sense into the humble British and American working class! Orwell was right after all

"If there is any hope,
it lies in the proles"



Blogger DeploraBard March 02, 2017 11:54 AM  

"Miniscule"
Of course it is. Say it 3 times in the mirror and it will come true

Blogger Cail Corishev March 02, 2017 11:55 AM  

All along, I thought the Alt-Right was just a handful of bloggers and commenters who were sharing good ideas, but who had no influence except in the most indirect sense of writing things that might occasionally be picked up and repeated by those closer to the respectable mainstream.

Then Hillary went out of her way to attack us, and I said, "Huh." In her mind, and the minds of the choir she was speaking to, at least, we had already moved to the top of their list of bogeymen. Attacks since then have only confirmed it -- as do the occasional trolls showing up to tell us we don't matter.

From here, we still just look like a bunch of guys talking; but we're having more of an effect out there than I would have thought possible. I have to assume that's because our ideas are true, and they also happen to be fresh, since no one else has dared speak them in so on. Freshness alone isn't enough, or any crazy new manifesto would catch on; but freshness combined with the truth is catching.

Blogger Good Will March 02, 2017 11:56 AM  

I know Ben Shapiro here is reviled (and opposed) by Vox for asserting that the U.S. is, indeed, both "tribal" and a "proposition nation". (Vox disputes that the U.S. was ever a "proposition", but rather a bequeathing of a "nation" to the Founder's genetic posterity.)

I think they're both right. (And I concur with Vox: when push comes to shove, the battle will be raged more in accordance with the color of one's skin, rather than the content of one's character -- though I have my suspicions that certain characters are endemic to certain colors.)

Not because blacks and hispanics are inherently incapable of embracing "Americanism"; rather, because the momentum of their collective ethnic and civic legacy precludes them from doing so. (There are "outliers", like Thomas Sowell and Larry Elder.)

The "Alt-Right" championed by Vox appears to be racist. But I think it is, rather, pragmatic.

Blogger Chiva March 02, 2017 11:59 AM  

The Great Fear: this Alt-Right “virus” may escape the laboratory’s Petri dish

If millions of "Deplorable" Americans resonate with some of the Alt-Right's views then maybe their Great Fear is closer than they think.

Blogger ZhukovG March 02, 2017 12:02 PM  

The Alt-Right is small, right now. But it is growing day by day. The thing that must be terrifying to the 'Globalists', is that they cannot stop us.

If they do nothing, we grow. If they act against us, we grow faster.

They are on the wrong side of history, the wrong side of science and the wrong side of God.

We will bury them.

Anonymous gxg March 02, 2017 12:03 PM  

Vin wrote:I've been hearing my Boomer, polite society type parents say things (Alt Right truths) the last 6 months I never would've expected to hear out of them.

This is interesting. Do you know what it was that finally pushed them to alt-right sentiments? And what sort of alt-right things have they been saying, if you don't mind expanding?

As for my own boomer mom, she's as clueless as ever. She lives in a community that's 99% white and makes it a special point to be extra-nice and welcoming to minorities whenever she has a chance. Personally, I think most of the problem two-fold. (1) She's never really experienced the "joys" of diversity firsthand, and (2) She only watches the MSM.

Funny for her though. All of her gen-x kids (both male and female) are rabid Trump-supporting alt-righters. My mom voted for Clinton, and can't understand our sentiments at all.

Blogger frigger611 March 02, 2017 12:06 PM  

real estate developers in cahoots with elected officials undermine residential diversity with under-the-radar “ethnic cleansing” by enticing large numbers of urban underclass blacks into suburban public housing

Didn't he mean to replace "diversity" with "homogeneity" in that sentence?

Blogger VD March 02, 2017 12:07 PM  

I think they're both right.

You're wrong. As is Shapiro. Stop cucking. I know it's hard for Mormons, but you really don't have to do it.

Blogger Heian-kyo Dreams March 02, 2017 12:09 PM  

tz wrote:But there is a part 2:

The alt-right knows the left and cucks won't hold minorities accountable.

Nature or nurture isn't being used to fix outcomes.

If women have moral agency, we don't need abortion.

If blacks have moral agency we don't need welfare.

If Latinos had moral agency there would be no illegal immigration.

When are the civic nationalists going to insist on accountability for actions? Beyond just white males and the occasional Asian?

The lefties and cucks in their white segre-gated communities have a collective solipsism that everyone just acts that way.


When blacks/immigrants move into and ruin a neighborhood, it's always up to whites to bootstrap themselves and move out, not the other way around.

When whites are the victim of violent crime by non-whites, it's not a hate crime. When a white waves a Confederate flag around a non white, it's a hate crime. http://archive.is/B8X0L

Repeat this a few thousand times, and you get a bunch of pissed off people who are tired of handing money to those who ruin nice places to live.

The Alt-Right scares the establishment because it gives a voice to the simmering frustration and rage. If things get worse for the Alt-Righters, a leader will rise who will direct all that rage into action.

Blogger MadMax 1861 March 02, 2017 12:10 PM  

"perhaps a modern-day cleaned up George Wallace, could easily champion it. To be sure, an American National Party would be unlikely to capture any office, particularly under its current leadership, but it could peel off 5% or so of the popular vote as a protest vote in at least some states"

George Wallace (American Independent party) with VP "Bomb 'em back to the stone age" Curtis LeMay won 46 electoral votes in 1968.He won 9,901,118 popular votes (out of a total of 73,199,998)—that is, 13.53% of votes cast nationally—carried five Southern states - Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi - won 45 electoral votes plus one vote from a faithless elector, came fairly close to receiving enough votes to throw the election to the House of Representatives, and became the last person (as of 2016) who was not the nominee of one of the two major parties to win carry a state.

Blogger Durandel Almiras March 02, 2017 12:14 PM  

Hey Vox, if our enemies think a divided world of every nation having its own land filled with a homogenous people with their own culture and values is horrifying, imagine if humanity ever escapes this rock. A galaxy filled with planets each occupied by one of the many nations of humanity who would be capable of leaving earth. It brings tears of joy to my eyes just thinking of it...because of all the beautiful diversity.

Blogger Ivaneus March 02, 2017 12:17 PM  

@25 You already edited your post before I could take a shot at your obvious flaw. Well done.

And that IS a nice vision. All these productive, homogenous stellar empires, and the starter rock full of those who couldn't figure out how to leave and were left behind. Permanently.

Just a shame it would take centuries to get to such a state.

Anonymous Grayman March 02, 2017 12:23 PM  

Good Will wrote:I know Ben Shapiro here is reviled (and opposed) by Vox for asserting that the U.S. is, indeed, both "tribal" and a "proposition nation". (Vox disputes that the U.S. was ever a "proposition", but rather a bequeathing of a "nation" to the Founder's genetic posterity.)

I think they're both right. (And I concur with Vox: when push comes to shove, the battle will be raged more in accordance with the color of one's skin, rather than the content of one's character -- though I have my suspicions that certain characters are endemic to certain colors.)

Not because blacks and hispanics are inherently incapable of embracing "Americanism"; rather, because the momentum of their collective ethnic and civic legacy precludes them from doing so. (There are "outliers", like Thomas Sowell and Larry Elder.)

The "Alt-Right" championed by Vox appears to be racist. But I think it is, rather, pragmatic.


Racism is inherent in every race and every culture. Asians prefer Asian culture, blacks black culture, whites white culture etc. That is inherently a form of discrimination based upon race i.e. racism. It is also a basic survival mechanism of the majority of species on the planet. Racism as a standalone boogey man is meaningless unless you allow yourself to be manipulated by false guilt.
Violence predicated on racism is indeed a bad thing. Racism as a preference for a group with similar social and physical characteristics is inherent biological behavior in mammals and most other species. Any race, breed, or subspecies of mammal that fails to engage is “racism” ceases to exist. The over use and political charging of the word racism has largely made it meaningless.

From the "16 points"
The Alt Right does not believe in the general supremacy of any race, nation, people, or sub-species. Every race, nation, people, and human sub-species has its own unique strengths and weaknesses, and possesses the sovereign right to dwell unmolested in the native culture it prefers.

Anonymous Ezekiel Cassandros March 02, 2017 12:24 PM  

@16
'The "Alt-Right" championed by Vox appears to be racist.'

We don't even give a damn what the word MEANS today. We know it will mean something completely different tomorrow.

Anonymous basementhomebrewer March 02, 2017 12:29 PM  

VFM #7634 wrote:

"The Alt-Righter resembles an un-socialized youngster who regularly blurts out the unspeakable, embarrassing truth."

When I was a little kid, I once told a Haitian girl "You don't belong here"... and I wasn't being malicious about it at all. I was a bit surprised at her hostile reaction.


Were you in a pizza shop?

Anonymous Grayman March 02, 2017 12:30 PM  

Oh and to be clear the definition of the Alt-Right as racist automatically makes the neo-marxists racists as well since they have a clear stated preference of perfect mixing, the brown man.

Blogger Wynn Lloyd March 02, 2017 12:34 PM  

Wish they had won.

I was thinking how much better things would have gone.

Blogger MadMax 1861 March 02, 2017 12:37 PM  

How the country has changed! Below is the 1968 electoral college map. California,Illinois and New Jersey went RED in a very close popular vote election(Nixon won by only 500,000 votes).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Wallace_presidential_campaign,_1968#/media/File:ElectoralCollege1968.svg

And by County:
https://infogalactic.com/info/File:1968nationwidecountymapshadedbyvoteshare.svg

Anonymous Grayman March 02, 2017 12:46 PM  

Madmax,

Look at the county level maps. states like NJ and California are predominately RED but are politically dominated by a handful of urban areas

http://i0.wp.com/metrocosm.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/election-2016-county-map.png

Anonymous Vin March 02, 2017 12:46 PM  

Judging by comments I remember hearing:

- BLM protests/riots
- Terrorist attacks, always by a Muhammadan
- Brazenness of illegal Hispanics

Anonymous RevDanTheMan March 02, 2017 12:54 PM  

We, the Alt-Right, desperately need a new 'figurehead' usurping Spencer. Someone who would be pragmatic enough to understand the Alt-West contingent of the Alt-Right would be a proper pacing and leading starting point for the pool from which our numbers would multiply. The pool being the Alt-Light.

Blogger Nick S March 02, 2017 12:58 PM  

@32

It would be interesting to know the demographic statistics of just those blue counties collectively. I'm guessing it wouldn't be too difficult to squeeze 3 million illegal votes out of those densely populated areas.

Blogger MadMax 1861 March 02, 2017 12:59 PM  

George Wallace won some counties in each of the Confederate states and Kentucky (a neutral border state during The War Of Northern Aggression) in 1968.

Anonymous SciVo de Plorable March 02, 2017 1:03 PM  

Weissberg is usually a fairly sensible chap, but notice the words "demagogue", "xenophobic", "tiny" ,etc.....

It is natural to love your home and the familiar, to have oikophilia. Such a love would naturally be expressed as a desire to keep it, which would in turn be expressed as policies intended to retain the priceless treasure of having someplace where you belong.

For someone to look at the policies that naturally spring from a natural love and perceive them as an expression of hate, he must be personally defective somehow. Either he is a sick and twisted oikophobe whose mental illness prevents him from accepting that oikophilia is real; or else he lacks belongingness himself, and he wants to deny that treasure to others out of some combination of solipsism, bitterness and spite.

Anonymous Grayman March 02, 2017 1:06 PM  

@35 Nick S

The data you want is here:
https://www.census.gov/support/USACdataDownloads.html

but you will have to parse it yourself. The individual states have better data in some cases.

Blogger tz March 02, 2017 1:07 PM  

The question is whether the proposition was merely an observation based on a group of people who moved here from a small number of places in Europe and with a homogeneous culture - Anglicans, Quakers, Presbyterians, Baptists, etc. or whether it is something which can be universalized.

Only whites seem to universalize. But that is where it comes from science, truth, evidence, etc. Newton's physics is universal. English common law can only be to the extent people are willing and able to become English.

Is there a proposition for India? Or even the EU (covering Greece and Germany, and maybe later Turkey)? China? Japan?

Milton Freedman was probably mistaken when he noted the Black Ships arrived in Japan and it became a market economy because England was at the time (it didn't, you can see the Feudalism today with the kieretsu, but it added a market veneer on top), and India after WW2 when England was socialist.

Japan's average IQ was higher and they have a law-and-order society.
India has been multicultural (Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, etc.) with a low IQ.

I think if you compare before and after Britain, you will find the same fundamental social structures except with technology and trade. Britain, like Saddam and Qaddafi, were dictators due to their military might. You can suppress and repress culture but it rarely changes.

While I believe as a Christian that Christ changes things, there is a big difference in dozens of generations of Christianity and some newly faithful in a hostile culture. Do Catholics in Japan (supposedly 10% are) have large families?

Blogger dc.sunsets March 02, 2017 1:08 PM  

Doug Nolan's "World's Smallest Political Quiz" is a crude attempt to gauge ideology.

I posit a Premise Cube (plus a 4th dimension, color variation.)
Axis: respondent's attribute
x: personal wealth
y: belief in the virtue of redistribution
z: grasp of where wealth comes from
t: belief in HBD (blue=high, yellow=low)

During most of the last 40 years, educated, high-X (wealthy) people all were clustered around high Y, low Z, low T. This was the basis for the Leftist Cult. Few were really zealous, but "all right-thinking people" kind of shared this outlook.

Two centuries ago, relatively well-off people didn't much believe in redistribution and largely believed HBD if just in simpler terms. They had a better idea of from where wealth arises, though.

What I think is happening is that there is a shift in public consensus within this cube, a once-in-perhaps-centuries kind of change.

More and more people are leaving the weakly-held "beliefs" of the last 40 years and moving to more strident belief in what up until now was blasphemy.

More people of moderate to high X (wealth) are embracing high T (HBD) which lowers their support for redistribution (Y) and helps them better grasp where wealth comes from (Z.)

The Alt-Right is simply a place.

People are cutting themselves adrift from the old (Leftist) Narrative and gravitating rapidly to the tenets of the Alt-Right, which is the ONLY (political/ideological/philosophical) Narrative compatible with declining Y and rising T and rising Z.

HBD drives recognition of ancestry and inborn culture as contributors to wealth creation, social cohesion and peace, which drive nationalism (not nation-state, but ethnicity/race/creed/tribe.)

As the Left Cult's sacraments fade in attractiveness (due to being cat-guano immiscible with observed reality), people hunt up a new crowd to confirm their evolving (new) premises. Nothing the Left's defending zealots can do will alter the stampede of abandonment toward an "every tribe for itself" environment. Their coalition of the fringes has lost its KKKrazy Glue.

Blogger DeploraBard March 02, 2017 1:22 PM  

Rev Dan
Your it

Blogger James Dixon March 02, 2017 1:30 PM  

> They are on the wrong side of history, the wrong side of science and the wrong side of God.

The last one is the one that matters. The first two are merely subsets of it.

> We, the Alt-Right, desperately need a new 'figurehead' usurping Spencer.

No, we don't. Figureheads merely give the opposition targets to destroy. It's the ideas that are important, not who voices them.

Blogger dc.sunsets March 02, 2017 1:40 PM  

It's the ideas that are important, not who voices them.

Ideas whose time has come.

Anonymous LES March 02, 2017 2:05 PM  

What's up with Fred Reed ? Surely, Rosa Gutierrez is a lovely young lady. But Fred confuses the particular with the universal. Individuals can get along but groups cannot.

Anonymous gxg March 02, 2017 2:11 PM  

Vin wrote:Judging by comments I remember hearing: BLM protests/riots, Terrorist attacks, always by a Muhammadan, Brazenness of illegal Hispanics

Thank you for the response. Appreciate it! So basically, if your boomer parents are any indicator, more people will be swayed to the alt-right as long as blacks riot, Islamists engage in terrorist acts, and Mexicans act entitled to the wealth built by traditional Americans.

I'm liking our odds.

Anonymous Ominous Cowherd March 02, 2017 2:12 PM  

J A Baker wrote:I don't believe the alt-right would risk putting the gov. back in the hands of the dems over a stupid protest vote.

Would putting the government in the hands of dems be any different than putting it back in the hands of repubs?

Blogger Mr.MantraMan March 02, 2017 2:19 PM  

Actually the alt-right is doing something revolutionary even if its intellectuals want to play Plato and write essays on the perfect republic, the alt-right is discrediting the Left which is the driver, conservatives were grandpa in the passenger seat.

How have you discredited the Left today? You get to write one free essay for every time you discredit the Left.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash March 02, 2017 2:19 PM  

gxg wrote:So basically, if your boomer parents are any indicator, more people will be swayed to the alt-right as long as blacks riot, Islamists engage in terrorist acts, and Mexicans act entitled to the wealth built by traditional Americans.

TL;DR
The media reporting that Non-Whites don't act like Whites brings people to the alt-Right.

Blogger Happy LP9 March 02, 2017 2:53 PM  

What children.

The 16 points are a wake up call, they are painful for some to face; the truth,facts, stats, the ability to change one's mind or life is scary but the alt right to other issues that conclude into a narrative or a truth has to be faced and embraced/accepted.

Those whom do not face the truth, reality or facts go alt left violent, throw fits and become untenable/ridiculous.

Blogger Mr. B.A.D. March 02, 2017 2:54 PM  

Robert Weissberg must be a fan of Lamb Of God, As the Palaces Burn.

Anonymous patrick kelly March 02, 2017 3:04 PM  

"Would putting the government in the hands of dems be any different than putting it back in the hands of repubs?"

There was and election last year, maybe you didn't notice. It is very different than if the dems had swept the house, senate, and POTUS.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash March 02, 2017 3:35 PM  

patrick kelly wrote:It is very different than if the dems had swept the house, senate, and POTUS.
It would not, in any significant way, be different had Hillary! won than if the GOP candidate, Jeb!, had won.

Anonymous Corvid March 02, 2017 3:58 PM  

My father would have called himself liberal in 2015. He's now a white nationalist and regularly watches the darkstream. I led the way, but he realized he'd been gaslit his whole life within a year. Plus the alt-right actually addressing pizza gate was a huge plus in his and many eyes.

These ideas appeal to any white man worth his salt, even the eternal Boomer.

Blogger Mr. Excitement March 02, 2017 4:13 PM  

I've been talking about the Alt Right on another message board the past year.
The Conservatives and Constitution worshippers get just as crazy as the Social Justice Warriors when their worldview is threatened.

Anonymous Ken7- March 02, 2017 5:17 PM  

We're growing big time because people are hungry for the truth. Among my own family and friends, I have noticed a marked increase in those willing to hint at and outright say that there are racial differences, for example, or that we can't keep admitting immigrants who who so much different than us. The programming is wearing off.

We whites, who go to work everyday and pay for all of this, are tired of being blamed for everything. Anger is building.

Anonymous Ominous Cowherd March 02, 2017 5:20 PM  

patrick kelly wrote:There was and election last year, maybe you didn't notice. It is very different than if the dems had swept the house, senate, and POTUS.

Conservatives and Republicans kept assuring us that Trump was neither. Thank God they were right!

I really don't care which moiety of the uni-party is in office. I care about destroying the uni-party's power. If we must choose between (R) or (D), I'll take neither.

Anonymous TheVillageIdiot Ret. March 02, 2017 5:53 PM  

I really don't care which moiety of the uni-party is in office. I care about destroying the uni-party's power. If we must choose between (R) or (D), I'll take neither.

Democratic PARTY vs Republican PARTY
-------------------------------------------------------------
I'd never belong to a party, that would have someone like me as a member.

Karl Marx
no no wait wait
Groucho Marx
no wait wait
One!of the good Marx Brothers
no wait
Never mind

DannyR

Anonymous CoolHand March 02, 2017 5:58 PM  

[OT digression]
Whatever happened to using archived pages for the links from Infogalactic News? All the links on the page currently go to live versions at the respective sites.

Was this idea abandoned or have you guys just not implemented it yet?

No critique either way (except to say that it seems like a good idea to me, but I'm a machinist not a programmer), just curious what's going on.

[/digression]

Anonymous Marvin Boggs March 02, 2017 6:39 PM  

@57: I thought that Karl Marx was one of the Marx Brothers. Certainly, his Das Kapital was an immensely funny tome.

Anonymous Eduardo March 02, 2017 6:42 PM  

@54

Maybe because politics has devolved into virtue signaling and not thorough understanding of any particular position.

Anonymous Eduardo March 02, 2017 6:44 PM  

@58

I call that LAZINESS!!!! I know all about it because..........

Anonymous WaterBoy March 02, 2017 6:47 PM  

CoolHand @58: "Whatever happened to using archived pages for the links from Infogalactic News? All the links on the page currently go to live versions at the respective sites."

I don't know if this actually has anything to do with it, but one of the problems with that policy is for those people who are blocked from the various archive sites by corporate firewalls/proxy servers.

Another problem is for people who might wish to comment on the original articles, but have to go through extra steps to identify the actual pages.

Blogger VD March 02, 2017 6:58 PM  

Was this idea abandoned or have you guys just not implemented it yet?

We haven't implemented it yet. We're going to include both and let the user decide how he wants to do it. Your universe, your pageview....

Anonymous WaterBoy March 02, 2017 7:42 PM  

VD @63: "We're going to include both and let the user decide how he wants to do it."

Bravo!

My browser, my choice....

Anonymous 5343 Kinds of Deplorable March 02, 2017 8:08 PM  

My browser, my choice....

If you like your browser, you can keep your browser.

Anonymous Avalanche March 02, 2017 8:24 PM  

@65 "If you like your browser, you can keep your browser."

(heavy sigh) Firefox? R.I.P.

Blogger tz March 02, 2017 8:28 PM  

There's a lot of confusion still, so when you mention "alt-right" they think Spencer and Stormfront, not anything alt-West, and even a denial of Christendom as part of it.

(note to self, SJW mouse, so you can point and instead of clicking it would shriek).

I think there are more than a few that are alt-west but still call themselves "conservative" because of the branding, missing that the old Cuck has been replaced by the new Cuck and they don't like Pop(uli)si.

One point from the Periscope - we do have travel and the internet, but also the ability to easily move money. I wonder how many illegals would be here for years if they couldn't phone home and send money.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey March 02, 2017 8:42 PM  

@pyrrhus
"Weissberg." That's a... German name, right?

Blogger Zeroh Tollrants March 02, 2017 8:44 PM  

Parents aren't delicate flowers, red pill the shit out of her. Send her, (can this woman text, "do the internets?"), a steady diet of European horror stories, posts from Paul Kersey's site, videos from Colin Flaherty's YouTube, etc.
In turn, she will have fresh new stuff to share with her fellow cucked Boomer pals.
I don't know if any of you have kids yet, but I'm a grandma & I can tell you that a steady diet of diversity amazingness in the school systems will get her attention ASAP.
Seriously, you owe it to her and your siblings, grandkids.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey March 02, 2017 8:50 PM  

@Good Will
"I think they're both right."

Ideology only matters in a country that already has a dominant nation/ people/ tribe/ culture. In a nation that is afflicted with excessive diversity, ideology takes a back seat to identity. Automatically. See Lee Kwan Yew, among others.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey March 02, 2017 8:52 PM  

@ZhukhovG
"They are on the wrong side of history"

What do they think this is, 2015 or something? smh

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey March 02, 2017 8:59 PM  

@MadMax 1861

Wallace wasn't bad, but how many White civilians did Lemay kill?

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey March 02, 2017 9:06 PM  

@tz
"India has been multicultural (Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, etc.) with a low IQ."

This is a significant issue, of course, but the underlying issue is an even bigger problem. India is multiracial, with a large amount of mixing. The original population, the Dravidians, are similar to Australian aborigines. Not coincidentally, the higher-caste Indians reflect disproportionate heritage from the later Indo-European expansion.

Blogger Were-Puppy March 02, 2017 9:31 PM  

@16 Good Will
I know Ben Shapiro here is reviled
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I first reviled the imp over his role in #GrabGate

Blogger Were-Puppy March 02, 2017 9:35 PM  

@24 Durandel Almiras
Hey Vox, if our enemies think a divided world of every nation having its own land filled with a homogenous people with their own culture and values is horrifying, imagine if humanity ever escapes this rock. A galaxy filled with planets each occupied by one of the many nations of humanity who would be capable of leaving earth. It brings tears of joy to my eyes just thinking of it...because of all the beautiful diversity.
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Next time we pick our own cotton, and no conversos allowed on my ranch on mars.

Anonymous Anonymous March 02, 2017 10:22 PM  

Vox, I just noticed that my Milo feed was entirely shut-off by Facebook. I will drop Facebook. Is there a viable alternative? I would help, but don't have the programming or financial fortitude at this time. Thanks. Appreciate all that you do. I don't have the accounts that are required for anything but "Anonymous;" sorry. My name is M-D C.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan March 02, 2017 10:59 PM  

It helps us that the SJW are vile nasty hypocrites, hat tip to Emily at Occidental Dissent

Blogger Zeroh Tollrants March 02, 2017 11:27 PM  

@Good Will sorry, you're just wrong & that's hella stupid.
It sounds like some basic bitch GOP cuckoldry, and that mindset needs to be snuffed out like a rabid dog.

Blogger MadMax 1861 March 03, 2017 12:05 AM  

@72 I don't know, but he was sent to the Asian theater in Aug 1944. As late as Aug 1943 he was still personally flying in B-17s over Germany. His addition to the Wallace ticket actually hurt their prospects, especially with female voters. Here are a few Lemay quotes:"My solution to the problem would be to tell the North Vietnamese Communists frankly that they've got to drawn in their horns and stop their aggression or we're going to bomb them into the stone age." and " That's the reason some schools of thinking don't rule out a destruction of the Chinese military potential before the situation grows worse than it is today. It's bad enough now." and
"That was the era when we might have destroyed Russia completely and not even skinned our elbows doing it."


Blogger Mr.MantraMan March 03, 2017 12:45 AM  

Is Charles Murray alt-right now?

Anonymous Anonymous March 03, 2017 3:36 PM  

http://bit.ly/2gGKztJ

The print version of the magazine that holds this feature was distributed across the entire London transport network yesterday. Forget whether or not so and so is actually Alt Right - what's striking is that the tenor of the piece isn't even that negative. It even references the Western Spring website - so that's thousands and thousands of curious Londoners being introduced to the concept of white genocide on their way home from work.

The Overton Window is shifting fast.

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