Who killed the “movement?”
Der Movement marches on. I will assume for the sake of argument that the recording actually is what it is purported to be, and not a hoax. If it is a hoax, then Spencer should take legal action against Yiannopoulos (*). I would like to point out that this is a lose-lose situation for racial activism (as usual for Der Movement). If the recording is true then all conclusions we can make about it and what it says about the “movement” and its “leadership” are 100% on point, AND it also exposes the utter lack of judgment of Der Movement for ever having anything to do with the likes of Yiannopoulos to begin with (*). If the recording is a hoax, then this underscores even more strongly the horrific bad judgment of Der Movement about Yiannopoulos and the whole “big tent” strategy of allying with the Alt Lite (that, if you remember, I openly denounced at the time, while others, like Johnson, were enthusiastically supporting it. Gee…guess who was right and who was wrong).
It is not clear why Spencer was blaming Jews and black people for the death.
Yiannopoulos is being a disingenuous jackass there. Spencer had every right to be angry and every right to blame “Jews and black people”- as well as the city of Charlottesville – for the fatty’s death, and for all the negativism that stuck to the Alt Right after that. Regardless of what we may think of the wisdom of the Unite the Right rally, and how it was organized, the fact is that it was legal. The Type I numbnuts were fully within their legal rights to be there. By itself, the rally would not have been violent, and no one would have died. The problems were caused, wholly, by the “anti-racist” protesters – that not only included Jews and Blacks in their ranks but who had Jewish and Black “anti-racist leadership” backing – AND by the Charlottesville authority’s disgusting display of both inaction as well as support and enabling of the protests (for which they were criticized by many people, not only on the Right).
However, all of that said, if the recording is accurate, being (justifiably) angry is not an excuse for a leader to start ranting like a deranged madman, making comments that fully support the “White supremacist” “crazed hater” smear of White nationalism. Two wrongs don’t make a right. Antifa and Charlottesville, in any fair assessment of blame, are ultimately responsible for the death of the Lipid Queen. That in no way justified the demented rant captured on the recording (that, by the way, does Spencer’s legal arguments in the civil suit no good).
If you remember, I defended Spencer after Hailgate, writing that while it was a mistake, showing poor judgment (what else is new), it wasn’t that big of a deal. In retrospect, I was in error (I do admit error), because I see a clear connection between Hailgate and this recording (again assuming it is true and accurate). Complete lack of self-control (Hey! I though these big-brained northern hunter gatherer types had stoic discipline and all those gesticulating swarthoid manlets rant and rave?), poor judgment, immaturity, a lack of balance, an inability to plan for contingencies (Hey! I thought “evolving in the harsh northern winters” made all these societal consensus guys masters of careful planning?), poor optics, and the whole Beavis-and-Butthead atmosphere of the Alt Right, all on display. This all, by the way, does nothing but make me believe that all of Pilleater’s accusations about these guys (*) were factual.
This whole episode clearly demonstrates once again why the Alt Right collapsed, and why it took American racialism down with it. Even if the recording turns out to be a hoax, it still demonstrates that, because all of this Alt Right-Alt Lite infighting (and the original associations to the Alt Liters) was an easily avoidable mistake (as was the entire Unite the Right fiasco) and the Alt Right and its “leaders” have to take responsibility for it. They wanted a big tent. It was Johnson who told us, with his typical bombastic certainty, that “the Alt Right was White nationalism or nothing at all.” These guys tied the Alt Right to the Alt Lite, and then they tied the Alt Right to White nationalism. They wrecked American White nationalism, and that is true regardless of whether the recording is accurate or not. It is either a “rock star” public relations disaster or it is an Alt Lite hoax (I believe the former).
Ah, all you rank-and-file morons out there…I warned you about the Alt Right. I warned you that Beavis-and-Butthead White nationalism would wreck (American) racial nationalism. And as all the Quota Queens – including Boomers making fools of themselves – jumped on the Alt Right train, I sounded the warning, as far back as 2016. I was right, but I was – as usual – ignored. Enjoy the fruits of your conformist following of your “leaders,” all you Type I rank-and-file retards. Enjoy it long and hard. And, yes, let’s hear more about the dastardly “Boomers” and how superior WN 2.0 is to WN 1.0. Unite the Right was a Millennial escapade, with a thin veneer of Generation X Millennial wanna-bes in positions of authority. I was admonished that “you don’t understand the youth culture.” On the contrary, I understand it all too well.
I also have been warning you about the dangers of ethnic affirmative action in racial activism, particularly with respect to positions of leadership. I have been ignored about that as well. And I’ve been proven right time and again (simultaneously, we have this incident as well as Johnson coming back to America with his tail between his legs, having gone to another Scandza conference after the Denmark fiasco).
More embarrassing humiliation brought to you by the Type I affirmative action crowd.
Look at the litany of woe just in the last few days. White nationalist leader arrested in Norway and deported! White supremacist accused of conspiring to attack synagogue! Calls for Twitter to ban Spencer after secret recording is leaked!
But, no worries. I’m sure that when even worse disasters occur in Der Movement in the coming months, these defeats and humiliations will be forgotten. After all,your “leadership” provide to you a never-ending supply of humiliating defeat.
So, Zman discusses how bad things are now, and how open activism is impossible (*). Whose fault is that, Zman? Who took the golden opportunity offered by the rise of right-wing populism under Trump and completely squandered it? Who snatched defeat from the jaws of victory? Who is it who is ALWAYS WRONG and ALWAYS INEPT and ALWAYS DEMONSTRATING PISS-POOR JUDGMENT? Thar’s your guys, my dear Zman, all your Alt Right heroes, all your “movement” “rock stars,” all your Type Is, all your affirmative action “leaders.” All YOU people who eagerly jumped on the Alt Right train and stood firmly on it until it crashed – YOU are responsible. So stop whining now, and admit your complicity in the collapse. And admit that the “crazy and bitter” Ted Sallis was 100% absolutely correct. Admit it was Ted Sallis who clearly saw that the Alt Right was a danger to racial activism and that it would lead racialism in America to the abyss – and predicted that at the height of the Alt Right’s peak, in 2016 and early 2017. But you can’t admit that, as it would make your entire “movement” house of cards collapse. So keep on pretending that the situation is just what it is, as a result of nefarious forces of web-spinning effete males and frustrated cat ladies, with no responsibility for a failed “movement” and its meritless affirmation action leadership. Dishonest scum.
*This action by Yiannopoulos reminds me of Pilleater’s (possibly illegal) recording of his call with Johnson and the release of it. On the one hand, those two did all of us a service by exposing things that we should really know. On the other hand, I have complete contempt for their despicable and dishonorable behavior (and it is perhaps not a coincidence that one is homosexual and the other bisexual). There were certain “movement” events that I have been aware of, which would have made certain heroes look bad (and would do nothing but support my criticisms of these people), but I have kept silent. Maybe exposing these things would be a service, but still I do not believe it to be the right thing to do. I would not have done what Yiannopoulos and Pilleater have done. But having done it, and having all of that out now in the public domain, we all have a responsibility to evaluate it and its meaning.
**This is not necessarily true; Amren still is able to run their conferences (for whatever good they do).