Category: Alt-Wrong

The Roaches Get Ready To Scurry

Pathetic obese, Jew-connected cuck.

Amnesty, courtesy of the Cuck Emperor.  Fake “border security” in exchange for amnesty – where have we ever heard that before?  Yeas, that’s right – the other “man on white horse” hero, Ronald Reagan.  Behold treason:

That bill would offer a path to citizenship to hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants brought to American as children who graduated high school or obtained a GED and pursued higher education, served in the military or worked lawfully for several years.
The meeting comes one week after Trump announced plans to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, and surprised Republicans by cutting a deal with Democratic leaders on hurricane relief, government funding and extending the nation’s debt limit.
The dinner also followed a flurry of bipartisan meetings at the White House. Trump, at a meeting with moderate Republicans and Democrats Wednesday afternoon, pushed for action on a legislative fix for DACA, but supported pairing it with border security, according to Rep. Kurt Schrader, D-Oregon.
It’s unclear how far any agreement can proceed on Capitol Hill without buy in from Republicans controlling both chambers.
In a statement Wednesday following a DACA meeting between Pelosi, House Speaker Paul Ryan and other top lawmakers, Ryan spokeswoman AshLee Strong said GOP leaders believe “any solution needs to address border security and enforcement, which are the root causes of the problem. Discussions among the Republican conference will continue in the coming weeks.”

Good to see Ryan is further to the right than Trump on this.  But, hey, look at the Antifa issue – Pelosi is further to the right than Trump.  It’s not really hard to be on Trump’s right these days.  Even Karl Marx could probably manage it.

Antifa good, White patriots bad:

The White House signaled that President Donald Trump plans to sign a joint resolution passed by Congress Tuesday condemning white supremacists, neo-Nazis and Ku Klux Klan members in the wake of violence sparked by a white nationalist rally last month in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Let this all come to pass, and I WILL hold the “movement” accountable for its blind Trump worship, its endless bad judgement and obsessively repeated “man on white horse” escapades, its fervent embrace of ethnic affirmative action, and its patent dishonesty in refusing to acknowledge its error with Trump.  I’ll wait.  The other shoe will drop soon enough.  Meanwhile, enjoy the spectacle of Roissy’s homoerotic fervor, sweatily writing about Trump’s “compliance game” and “poon commandments,” while Alt Righters scribble about “4-D chess,” and the Alt Wrongers, like roaches exposed to light, scurry away to their HBD hovels.

I’ll wait.  And when the far-left, anti-White, omega male cuck Trump unleashes betrayal on the base, Der Movement will be exposed, at least here, as the travesty it really is.

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A Failed Brand

Against the Alt Right.

My view is that we should abandon the Alt Right “brand” entirely. It only functioned when it was sufficiently vague to allow there to be a conversation between White Nationalists and people who were closer to the mainstream, which allowed White Nationalists to make converts and build connections. But Andrew Anglin and Richard Spencer have pursued a strategy of polarization between the Alt Right and what is now called the Alt Lite that has deprived the term of its original utility. So they can keep it.

Readers of this blog are aware that I have never been a supporter of the “big tent” approach.  Nevertheless, it must be said that the only way that approach would have worked for the “Alt Right brand” was if it was always made explicitly clear that the Alt Right was nothing more or less than an umbrella group of various disparate rightist factions: hardcore White nationalists, ethnonationalists, Identitarians, Alt Lite civic nationalists, Alt Wrong HBD “race realists,” more extreme Paleocons, Game-Manosphere types, Southern nationalists, etc. Unfortunately, that approach was incoherent from the very beginning.

At the same time the “big tent” approach was promoted, we were also being told that “the Alt Right is the movement” and “the Alt Right is White nationalism” and “the Alt Right is White nationalism or it is nothing at all.” Then came Hailgate, the continued identification of the Alt Right with its more “extreme” elements, and the fallout ensued.

Thus, hardcore White nationalists resented being lumped together with civic nationalist cucks, execrable HBD specimens like Derbyshire, homoerotic Trump fanboys and other hedonistic “game” “pussy nerd” nihilists, and all the rest.  Likewise, various non-WN Alt Right factions resisted association with “racist Nazi haters,” or anyone who dared to offend Jews or Orientals, or any “blackpiller” who dared to criticize “God Emperor” Trump.  And of course, besides these serious ideological splits, there were those who objected to having the “movement” conflated with the Alt Right’s juvenile jackassery (politely called by the euphemism “youth culture”), and so there was a generational split as well.

Predictably – and some of us, predictably, did predict it – the “shotgun marriage” of the Alt Right fell apart.  The Alt Lite tried to take the brand for themselves; failing that, they dissociated themselves from the Alt Right proper (which returned the favor), less “extreme” Alt Wrong elements “threw Spencer under the bus” after Hailgate, there were personal feuds between various racial nationalist/Identitarian/ethnonationalist factions of the Alt Right, and so there has been significant degeneration of the “brand” from its heyday of 2016.

What is the Alt Right now?  White nationalism Lite?  Racial nationalism for Millennials? Beavis-and-Butthead White nationalism?  The vanguard of the Iranian Renaissance?

While my reasons differ from those of Greg, I mirror his call for the rest of you folks to abandon the Alt Right brand.  Indeed, with analogy to the “only Nixon could go to China” meme, it would be optimal if Spencer himself would abandon the Alt Right brand, allowing for a “re-set” that hopefully would include lessons learned from errors made by the Alt Right.

We Need Real Data

This is important.

This is a topic that I’ve brought up in comments at Counter-Currents, particularly in response to some Le Brun podcasts, but is worth discussing again (and again and again).

We need data, strong empirically-determined data, to assist in understanding racial-social trends in society as a whole, as well as within the “movement.” Many assumptions are made, and strategic approaches are designed based on those assumptions, without any real founding on real evidence. This is crucial in determining the answers to crucial questions about how to get Whites in general motivated to pursue their own racial group interests, and how to get Whites actively involved in racial activism.

We need opinion polling and other types of survey data, looking at the White population (in different countries if possible, but at least in the USA), broken down, if possible, by age, sex, education, income/class, and other variables. We need to ascertain how many Whites are concerned about the racial-cultural trends, and if so why, and if not why. We need to understand why those who are concerned do nothing about it, why they eschew racial activism, and what they think of the “movement.” Looking at the “movement” we need to identify the types of Whites who get involved, what their motivations are, how they got involved, and whether the “gateway hypothesis” (that people enter through more mild, Alt-Wrong style activism and the progress to the more hardcore) is correct or not. We need to understand whether ”mainstreaming” really works (I think not), whether “vanguardists” are more attractive or not to recruits, and whether the Alt Right’s “youth culture” is really a net positive to the “movement” and whether it is really responsible for bringing in young recruits. And there are, I’m sure, dozens of other essential questions that need be answered – and answered by real data.

Why don’t the more well-funded and “connected” precincts of the Right (e.g., the Alt Wrong) at least get the ball rolling on this? Or, if not them, can the more hardcore among us pool resources and get the job done?

Real data providing real answers leading to real solutions to pressing problems.

Chutzpah On Display

Alt Wrong comments thread.

Read the Jewish comments left here.

An absolutely horrid people, hypocrisy personified, inherently hostile to, and destructive toward, White racial interests.

But, hey, they are HuWhite Men of the West, so it’s all OK!

Charlottesville Ragnarok


Solidarity with Unite the Right, with caveats.

While I have often expressed my disagreement with the Alt Right, and my wish that the Alt Right goes into the dustbin of “movement” history, and while I would have done things differently, I still stand in solidarity with people who share most of my basic beliefs and who showed the intestinal fortitude to put themselves on the line in this rally.  Also, there is some “professional courtesy” involved for Spencer, etc.  I was involved in racial activism while Spencer was finishing high school, I have many years invested in this, and, like it or not, Spencer is one of, if not the, leading figure on the American Far Right today.  I’m not going to throw Spencer under the bus (unlike some of his Alt Wrong buddies), but a critical analysis needs to be made of all of this. This is just an initial “day after” view; as more information comes in, and the dust settles a bit, I’ll likely have more to say.  I’ll also very interested to read what Spencer’s Far Right critics have to say about this issue, as well.

In the short term, this is a mess and will have negative consequences (note that there are never negative consequences for anything the Left does, but the fact that the System is stacked against the Right is part of our “awakening,” is it not?  You play the cards you are dealt).  In the long term, who knows?  If the Right is cowed and stops holding rallies – either because they want to “lay low” or if they cannot get a permit – then it’s a longer term defeat. If more rallies will be held, and Kessler has indicated he wants to have more, then if the same chaos occurs – chaos without objective as opposed to the targeted chaos I support – then that’s a defeat as well.

That’s another reason the falling out between Johnson and Spencer is so bad: Johnson could have been a voice of reason within the Alt Right, advising prudence against the Beavis-and-Butthead antics of the Alt Right rank and file and their still-too-immature leadership.

One would hope that before this rally, all the major stakeholders got together, planned everything carefully, and foresaw various contingencies.  One would hope that they all agreed on what the overall strategic objective was, and how to proceed afterwards, dependent upon the possibilities of what could happen.  One would hope.  One wonders if it was more likely that there were Pepe jokes, screams of “Hail Kek!” – and burnishing of shields and adjustment of capes and costumes.

I do not know whether Spencer, or anyone close to him, reads this blog.  I hope so; in any case, the following message sums up what he needs to know:

Richard, in my opinion – and, possibly, yours as well – your long term future in the “movement” lies in the area of politics, including and especially electoral politics, at a time, in the not-too-distant future, when the racial situation makes a growing fraction of White Americans more amenable to “this thing of ours.”  However, you are fast approaching the point where your continued association with the juvenile jackass faction of the Alt Right is going to compromise your future political viability, even if the racial situation sours and Whites become more “open” to “radicalism.”  Hailgate was nothing, a tempest in a teapot; Charlottegate is another thing entirely; three people are dead.  No, it’s not your fault, but you know as well as I do that in politics, perception, if not everything, is often more important than the actual truth.  There will come a point where continued incidents are going to close off potential future options for you.   

I urge you, I implore you, to seek out and consider guidance and input from older and more experienced activists.  If I am unacceptable due to ethnicity, pseudonymity, temperament, hostility to the Alt Right, or some other reason; if Johnson is unacceptable because of your feud, then find someone else.  Dickson can give legal advice, but you need more broad guidance.  Duke and Strom are too radical, a more prudent touch is required. Brimelow – who wistfully discusses with Jewish correspondents the possibility of you being shot – is too moderate, not in any way any sort of racial nationalist.  As much as I oppose the whole Alt Wrong, I’ll say then your best bet is Taylor, if you overlook his reaction to Hailgate.  You’re both in the general DC area; I’d suggest you get some serious input ASAP. That doesn’t mean you should accept the Amren ideology; I’m talking about grown-up strategic and tactical advice. I’d also suggest you heal the rift with Johnson, which is unproductive for all involved (and for all, I mean the entire “movement” – since your Alt Right brand’s pretense of “movement” hegemony has essentially equated the Alt Right with White nationalism in the public mind).  I would also move as quickly as possible on the attorney network and get serious input from folks on your (I guess “our”) side who have military/security/law enforcement experience. You are in a spot now that if you don’t hold more rallies, then that’s a sign of weakness and damaging to your progress, but more fiascos like yesterday will seriously affect your overall viability in the long term. And we do not yet know all the fallout – legal, social, political, internal-to-the-“movement” of all of this.  It is now a critical time and I would suggest that your next moves be planned carefully and strategically.

As to more general advice for “movement” events – the rally would have been better served with a smaller and more cohesive group.  This is another example of the Right rushing into things ill prepared.  Some things should have been in order first: a professional (and uniformed, see below) security force, the proposed attorney network, a cohesive plan of action, coupling these tactics to a long term strategy. It’s not a good idea to issue a general call for “anyone sort of Alt-Righty-in-sentiment to show up and do your thing” – the quantity doesn’t offset the loss of quality.  Yes, maybe the car was being swarmed and maybe it was self-defense: but you know, only one person drove their car into the crowd and created that whole PR mess; a more cohesive and disciplined group, with a plan, may well have avoided all of that.

I differ from the current mindset that says “we should not wear uniforms – dressing in scruffy street clothes, or like a Marvel superhero, or like some other kind of brain addled jackass is much better.”  No, uniforms are a net positive.  Uniforms serve a number of purposes.  First and most obviously, to distinguish friend from foe. But, then, also, and relevant here, uniforms provide a sense of solidarity, professionalism, group pride, discipline – in a phrase: esprit de corps.  To the charge that uniforms are “un-American,” “creepy,” or what have you – first, the military wear uniforms and if you style yourself a “political soldier” then it is not creepy, second, there were the Silver Shirts and other American groups that wore uniforms, third, dressing up like Captain America looks even worse to “normies” than a tasteful and professional uniform, and, fourth, you’ll be called a “Nazi White supremacist” whatever you wear, so you may as well go in style, and with professional discipline.  

Trump and Sessions cucked as expected.  If they had cracked down on Antifa months ago, like they should have, the violence they deplore would not have happened.  It’s partially on their heads, on their incompetence and cowardice.  Some of the Trump fanboys are breathing heavily that “his statement was vague and condemned all sides.”  Maybe so. Let’s see how things play out in the days to come.  As to the excuse, “what else can he do as President,” well, see above.  The ultimate reason I say that Trump and Sessions “cucked out” is their previous failure to denounce, and act against, extreme leftist violence, including violence against their own supporters.  It is their previous abject failure, their abdication of their federal law enforcement responsibility, which, combined with their “let’s all be united and reject hatred” rhetoric, that casts them in a small and cowardly light.  If they are stampeded by System pressure to make even more targeted anti-White comments, then that would just reinforce what the reality is about them. And Trump’s comments that “the economy is real good now, so what are all these protests about?” are so inane that it is difficult to believe this man has any sense whatsoever.  Is he really that delusional?

Hey, Ivanka, there’s no place in America for small-headed, ferret-faced, shiksa sluts and their anorexic Jew husbands and their mixed-race children. Israel has a “law of return” and the entire Kushner clan, yourself included, will be most welcome there.  

How long before Trump cucks even more?  What is going on here?  And to the Virginia Establishment: no, you liars, the only side who initiated the violence were the anti-White leftists.  If they didn’t attack the rally, none of this would have happened.  To blame “racists” and “White supremacists” (a term that should disqualify anyone who uses it to describe White nationalists) means that you are blaming the victim and assert that Whites do not have the right to publicly convene to defend their interests.  You’re despicable.

And when is the Right going to get over its fetish for the police and all the “heroes in blue?” When is it going to stop fantasizing (a small scale version of the Man on White Horse Syndrome) that “the police (or military or FBI) is really on our side” then to see the police attack lawful Rightist rally-goers, while ignoring, or siding with, Left terrorists?  If you are revolutionaries, then the forces of the System are against you; they are the enemy.  Of course, you should try and recruit as many of them as you can, but as a group beholden to the System they are against us, not for us.

Indeed, the System – the ENTIRE System – is against us, never forget this. Look at all the nice GOP conservatives denouncing “White supremacists” and eschewing “blood and soil” and completely ignoring the fact that the violence was started, as usual, by the Far Left.

Yes sir, the FBI can probe “White nationalist violence” but for some reason endless months of Antifa violence causes no investigation.  More proof that all these “anarchist” “rebels” are part and parcel of the System, tools of globalism and Big Business, running dogs of the Establishment, working hand-in-glove with politicians and law enforcement.

And we have certain past Presidents citing communist terrorist Mandela against all these nasty “racists.” Yes, indeed, cite and praise a terrorist, side with Antifa terrorism, and oppose people legally exercising their constitutional rights of free assembly.  Who?  Who? Indeed.

Here are excerpts (emphasis added) from an excellent VDARE article on the System reaction to this fiasco:

The mask is off.

There can be no further delusions nor any more comforting lies. “America” and the supposed “freedoms” guaranteed by its Constitution are as relevant today as the Holy Roman Empire’s claims to sovereignty or the head of the House of Stuart boasting about being King of England.

In Charlottesville, Virginia, the police department openly attacked a demonstration in defense of European-American heritage. They did these despite the Unite The Right rally having secured a permit (after legal action) and having every right to host its peaceful demonstration in defense of the Robert E. Lee statue.

“Antifa,” the openly communist, anti-white and violent thugs who exist solely to attack European-Americans, were out in force in the city, using the cowardly tactics they specialize in: spraying demonstrators with mace, throwing bottles and bricks, and attacking people with weapons (including a homemade flamethrower).

It is quite true, as VDARE.com reported, that the police did not protect demonstrators from Antifa and did little to prevent confrontations. Attendees of the demonstration, rather than walking a clear path to the park, were instead forced to walk through a line of screaming protesters. Liberal clergyman and elderly women held signs about “peace” and “love” and smiled benevolently—as violent Leftist protesters attacked from the crowd. They are as culpable as the Antifa themselves for the violence unleashed.

But that was not close to the worst. Demonstrators did not need protection from Antifa. All the police would have had to do to ensure a safe demonstration was simply go home—which is what happened in Berkeley. Patriots equipped with shields, inured to Antifa tactics of throwing bricks and spraying mace, had secured Lee Park (excuse me, “Emancipation Park”) and may indeed have outnumbered both Antifa and counter-demonstrators in terms of pure numbers. Several were armed, and the city fathers should be offering Unite The Right activists tearful tributes for the latter’s saint-like restraint in not opening fire despite more than justified provocation.

If police had done nothing, the public would have been safer. Instead, unforgivably, the police attacked (not dispersed—attacked) the legal demonstration, threatening attendees with arrest if they stayed in Lee Park.

Then activists, totally unprotected by police, were deliberately funneled into a gauntlet of attacking Communists, in a kind of Kill Zone. Injuries on both sides were predictable. (Of course, much like cuckservatives who bow and scrape to the Main Stream Media, the police were then insulted by the Communists for their trouble.

This could have been a relatively stable situation: a patriot demonstration protected by its own shield wall (and ideally, by police who actually did their job) along with a separate group of Leftist protesters, with both groups enjoying the right to free speech supposedly guaranteed them by the Constitution.

Instead, the police precipitated a running battle which engulfed all of Charlottesville. The result: Antifa running wild and chasing down isolated pockets of Unite The Right attendees as the latter defended themselves as best they could, with bystanders were caught in the melee. Police showed no interest in doing anything other than threatening patriots with arrests for “unlawful assembly.”

In contrast, of course, Leftists were free to disobey the laws and marched merrily down the streets, many chanting “Black Lives Matter!”, causing chaos as they went. As Rebel Media’s Faith Goldy reported, this was an absurd “double standard.” Anarcho-Tyranny was the order of the day in C-Ville.

The casualties are piling up as I write this on Saturday evening [Charlottesville Rally Turns Deadly; One Killed After Car Strikes Crowd, by Phil McCausland, Emmanuelle Saliba, and Moira Donohue, NBC News, August 12, 2017]. A car plowed into a crowd of Leftist protesters, though it is unknown whether this was deliberate or politically motivated.  But note that the only reason this was even possible is that law enforcement thought it was a good idea to turn over the streets to anarchists.

Adding to the chaos, there is also a report of a National Guard helicopter crashing nearby and two fatalities have been reported [Helicopter crash in Albemarle County, CBS 19, August 12, 2017].

All of this occurred after a “state of emergency” had been declared and demonstrations were supposed to have been halted.

It’s obvious to anyone on the ground, or anyone who has been paying attention to any of this over the last few years, that Antifa are responsible for the entirety of the violence. Leftists, no matter how extreme, do not have to fear Right Wing violence at their events, nor do they have to fear the police ignoring attacks against them.

Violence did not just “break out” at Unite The Right. Attendees were attacked—by Leftists and by the police. They worked together as seamlessly as if they had common leadership.

Despite this, or perhaps because of it, the System’s most shameless courtiers, Main Stream Media journalists, are trying to blame Unite The Right participants.

As Antifa openly slash tires, attack activists (and random bystanders) and parade under symbols of Communist mass murder, it is not as though journalists do not see what is happening. No one can pretend it is pro-white demonstrators who are being violent or destroying property, not even reporters. However, like the city government, the journalists are determined to disguise this reality.

But what’s most disappointing, though not surprising, is how Establishment Conservatives are going along with this—including Donald Trump.

Some August 2017 Confusion

I’m confused.

That’s mostly good.  But isn’t most of that what Der Movement has been preaching (although for race, Der Movement usually restricts “White” to those Europeans who derive from the north of Vienna [or Munich] and to the west of Berlin)?

It would seem to be that “Alt Right” carries with it other connotations, such as an emphasis of “youth culture” (i.e., juvenile jackassery) – including obsessions with a cartoon frog and something or someone called “Kek,” as well as Trump worship, “game,” and an inability to decide whether Alt Lite and Alt Wrong components are “in” or “out.”

So I admit to being confused.

Spencer Is Absolutely Right: 8/4/17

Against the Asian invasion.

Listen here.

I agree.  Trump’s heart is in the right place on this (rare, I know), but his brains (what little he has) are not.  We don’t need “cognitive elitists.”  We don’t need any (non-European) immigrants at all. ZERO. I agree: better dumb peons than immigrants who will be at the top of the human energy pyramid, elites displacing Whites from professional/technical positions, aliens who will become the “new Jews” using their high IQs to manipulate American politics to their own selfish racial benefit.  We don’t need to wreck the middle class, and Trump doesn’t need to placate groups that didn’t vote for him.  And despite the sweaty fantasies of my detractors, I also agree with Spencer that the 1924 Reed-Johnson Act was a good thing (albeit flawed in that it didn’t optimally control immigration from the Western hemisphere).  I think Spencer is wrong in assuming the “massaged” IQ data from China, reflecting coastal elites, is reflective of the nation as a whole, including the masses of teeming peasants, but that’s a minor point, likely due to the influence on him of the Alt Wrong that he so stupidly admires.  But we must give Spencer credit for at least eschewing HBD on the political (if not intellectual) level, and rejecting “high IQ” immigration.

As I’ve said before, I see Spencer’s ultimate direction as electoral politics, once he matures and dumps the Beavis-and-Butthead Alt Right.  And, no, I do not think that, eventually, his “tainted past” of “Hailgate” and other things will matter in a future in which desperate Whites are increasingly attracted to more explicitly pro-White right-wing populism, as long as the appropriate congressional district is chosen for a political run.

Trump and Sessions as beta race cucks.

As the Trump administration becomes more and more explicitly Jewish, it becomes more pro-Asian. After all, Silk Road White nationalism is another manifestation of Jewish hijacking of White interests. And the beta race cucks Trump and Sessions grovel to racial groups who didn’t vote for Trump and certainly are no fans of Sessions.  Once again Trump is exposed as a fraud, a “God Emperor” with feet of clay, a cucking loser, an anti-White degenerate.