Category: behold the movement

TOO Triples Down

Der Movement marches on.

As a follow-up to thissee this:

In 1924 Americans restricted immigration to conform to the ethnic status quo of 1890. What they really needed to do was to deport the newcomers in droves.

Of course, Jews only made a fraction of those newcomers – the rest were Southern and Eastern Europeans, some of the descendants of which are pro-White activists and who in the past defended MacDonald’s work (including defending it from good old boy Derbyshire).  The above quote could have specifically said that the Jewish newcomers should have been deported, but it did not.

Now, from the standpoint of the ethnic interests of America’s core population of 1924, the above deportation sentiment can certainly have validity – better yet, not to have allowed the newcomers in to begin with.  But then, the same could be said of the earlier German, Irish, and Scandinavian newcomers for the ethnic interests of America’s core population of, say, a century earlier, but we’re not allowed to mention that, I suppose.

Even an more fundamental error: bringing Negro slaves to America.  Worse: letting them stay after being freed, which was sheer madness.  One world historical mistake after another; apparently, it’s all the fault of the wops and hunkies.

Regardless of what ethnic interests were at different points of American history, 1924 was 94 years ago.  Der Movement should consider that they are constantly alienating White Americans of Southern and Eastern European descent (the same ones instrumental for putting the “movement’s” hero Trump in the White House – no, contra Roissy, it wasn’t the caravans of Amish).  Apparently, Der Movement, back up as it is by decades of endless failure, believes this approach of alienation is a wise strategy.

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Der Movement in a Nutshell

Emphasis on the word “nut.”

Snug in his hobbit hole, the activist rides the tiger throughout the dark days of the Kali Yuga, as the orc hordes of scurrying five-foot-tall superstitious Afrowops and hora-dancing Romanians (who, unlike high-IQ HuWhite Jews, are not Men of the West) swarm outside.  He prays for deliverance, hoping that heroic Chinese girls with guns (the Border Guards of the West, and with a high, high IQ too!) and Cosplay Alt Righters, dressed like Captain America and Batman (but remember: uniforms are bad, bad, bad….and un-American too!), will ride to his rescue, smiting the orc swarthoids with copies of March of the Titans and Who We Are.  Meanwhile, while waiting for deliverance, the activist watches the movie True Romance (a documentary on population genetics) and ponders subfractional admixture percentages, the cephalic index of Julius Caesar, the genetic legacy of the Moops (hat tip to the high, high IQ Seinfeld, a Jewish HuWhite Man), Savitri Devi’s yeast infections, the racial provenance of Leonidas, and how much psychokinesis was required to build the Pyramids of Atlantis (the stones for which came from Ultima Thule).  He doesn’t know how long he’s been in his hole – after all, he’s one of the Men Who Can’t Tell Time – but he’s been reading the same copy of Ostara since, like, forever, so it must be a very long time indeed.  He hopes that, while he’s been waiting here, the God Emperor Trump has been making America safe for White demographics, and thus our activist kneels down in front of his Pepe idol to exclaim in a booming voice: “Hail Kek!”

Larson and Counter-Currents

Der Movement, Der Movement, Der Movement marches on.

Read there.  Excerpts, emphasis added;

Among the candidates running against incumbent Rep. Barbara Comstock in Virginia’s Tenth Congressional District is a self-described pedophile who has allegedly admitted he raped his late spouse and advocates what he calls “benevolent white supremacy.” 

After all, this is exactly the kind of press, and public representation, Der Movement needs.  If you in any way question that, you’re obviously “crazy and bitter.”

HuffPost reports that Larson used “Leucosticte” and “Lysander” as user names to post in the chat rooms, where he endorsed child rape and sexual abuse. He reportedly wrote one essay about father-daughter incest and another about raping his ex-wife repeatedly and was asked by HuffPost whether there was a “grain of truth” in the essays. He said there was, and suggested that it’s not uncommon for women to have rape fantasies. 

It is uncommon to write about it and then run for Congress.

Here are some of the agenda items in his lengthy campaign manifesto:

Legalize the possession and distribution of child pornography;

I suppose a certain English (ex) illegal alien will be jumping on the Larson bandwagon.  All aboard!

End minimum age for consumption of alcohol;

That’s the Beavis-and-Butthead Alt Right plank of the manifesto.

Repeal Violence Against Women Act. “We need to switch to a system that classifies women as property, initially of their fathers and later of their husbands,” Larson writes; 

I won’t argue too much against that.

Legalize early marriage

How early?

Legalizing suicide. “Legalizing barbiturates, heavy machine guns, etc. makes available reliable and peaceful means of suicide for those who need them,” his manifesto reads;

If he wants to thin the herd, he can start with Der Movement.

Favors right to discriminate;

OK.

Legalize insider trading;

The Jewish plank of the manifesto?

Puts forward the idea that Jewish state should be in “more defensible location,” like the state of New Jersey;

That’s great.  Let’s move Israel to New Wopsey. Fuggedaboutit!

End laws that ban felons from owning firearms.

Self-interest?

Larson’s manifesto also reveres Adolf Hitler as a “white supremacist hero,” as well as Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism.

Did I need to tell you this is a Type I?

On a related issue.

A realistic assessment of our situation is that we simply do not have a ready collective of prepared people who are ready for prime time. We don’t have a network of disciplined organizations full of large numbers of people who are ready and able to effectively present our message to the American public, or take effective, focused action.
Are we working on it? Absolutely.

Absolutely!  After all, Revilo Oliver talked about 50 years of “movement” failure – 50 years ago.  Maybe in another 100 years all the quota queens will have figured it all out, and they can proceed to save both of the White people still existing at that time.

Are we making great strides? Most definitely. Do we have promising candidates? For sure. American Renaissance is an utterly invaluable resource.

Invaluable if you are Jewish or East Asian.

But it is also definitely true that we just aren’t there yet. We’re building it. And do you know what it looks like to build effective organization? It means sorting the wheat from the chaff so we can create something that is all wheat and no chaff—and that means criticizing the chaff so that it can get out of the way and make room for the wheat.

Yes, that’s why I criticize Der Movement in general and Counter-Currents in particular. All the chaff have glass jaws though, good at “punching right” but not at taking a punch.

Notwithstanding the fact that what we stand for are principles that vast numbers of people do (and should) consider common sense, we are a fringe political movement. And fringe political movements attract weirdos no matter what their political position.

A point I’ve made online for, literally, years.

Online movements attract people who have extra time on their hands and choose to spend it reading on the Internet. To make it into our niche in particular, we had to be curious and intelligent enough to read and comprehend essays on things like human biodiversity…

Let’s read and comprehend pseudoscience, that’s the ticket.  We’ll look at the Pyramids of Atlantis next.

…—but not so curious and intelligent that we’d already made a career in academia, where acknowledging these findings would risk ruining everything we’d built. 

Kevin MacDonald.  Frank Salter.  Those are academics. How much support does Salter get from Der Movement?

The situation we are in is intrinsically, inherently paradoxical. To succeed by “democratic” means, we need to reach ordinary people; but we are, by definition, weirdos.

Yes, and let us make ourselves more weird by rambling about “the spectral,” “Kali Yuga,” “the men who can’t tell time,” and other such nonsense.

Furthermore, “public leadership” is a position which is doubly attractive to the worst of peoples’ personality traits. People with families and children whose well-being they care about are inherently less likely to do it, but the more narcissistic a person is, the more likely they will.

Again, I’ve written about this over and over again.  The social pricing problem needs to be solved.  The incompetent affirmative action “movement leadership” are not the ones to do it though.

For a movement whose ideals are built on hierarchy and the elevation of “greatness” as a moral value of central importance, this reluctance to make high demands of those we call “leaders” is especially ironic.

Yes, indeed. And what website are you writing this for?

And for a movement so focused on mocking the modern world’s obsession with “inclusivity” and how this causes everything from the military to firefighting departments and educational faculties to constantly lower their standards regarding actual performance and success, we sure do seem to be demanding a heavy share of standard-lowering “inclusivity” of our own.

Yes, indeed. And what website are you writing this for?

If anything, what we really need is to be a whole hell of a lot more exclusive.

Exclude Counter-Currents.

Saint Francis the Prescient

It all sounds familiar.

Read here. Emphasis added.

I have just returned from the Convention in Los Angeles. I see now why you did not feel any urge to go. You already known, apparently, that which I had to find out—viz. that the movement in this form and under this leadership is devoid of a future. 

Hey, that sounds like Ted Sallis talking about Der Movement. Inc. Was Yockey “crazy and bitter” as well?  Dementia praecox, indeed!

The magazine, the newsletters, the World New Service which Lohbeck and I are founding—these indeed are valuable, but of themselves they are not politics. At most they are useful adjuncts to politics.

I met Smith—in company with his wife and with Lohbeck—and he delivered a speech at the lunch table. He had not read Imperium nor the London “Proclamation,” because, as Lohbeck tells me, he reads nothing. 

Sounds like Trump.

Immediately after the speech, Smith delivered one of his own, attacking me, and saying that Americans love democracy, that he would not unite with me in my hatred of the Jew…

Was Smith a HBD race realist Alt Wronger?

…nor in my love for the Western Civilization, but only in the principles of Jesus Christ. Exactly what that means I do not know, but perhaps it was only a way of calling attention to the fact that I had not mentioned Christ. The entire Convention was primarily Christ and Christianity, and secondarily anti-Jewish, mostly on the basis that the Jews are anti-Christ.

Christianity – or, should we say, Christinsanity – must be mercilessly destroyed.

Such morbid suspicion could arise in a case like Elmhurst’s, for he has indeed suffered long and hard persecution, and he lives in the environment of New York, where, he says, Jews are constantly trying to poison him. 

Oy vey!  Don’t eat those gelfite fish!

I thought that you should know these things, for the future.

Yockey’s future is our present.  Nothing much has changed in the ludicrous clownshow of the “movement,” has it?

I do not believe Elmhurst did much damage to the relations between Smith and me, since I believe Smith’s attitude did not change, that he is not yet ready for the kind of political thinking that I brought to him, and that, in any event, he is not political. In his beliefs, he is undoubtedly sincere, but in his actions, so to speak, he is not. His person, his family—in every speech he mentions his wife, mother, and father at least ten times—“the clean loins of my father, and the pure womb of my mother who carried me,” etc.—and himself at least thirty times—his security, physical and financial, are of the very highest importance to him. He lacks entirely what we call in Europe the heroic world-outlook. He explained to the audience at one point that he does not live in St. Louis because there was a plot to kill him in St. Louis, and that under these conditions, his mother could not visit him in his home, nor could he enjoy peace and quiet with his wife. One of the strong points which he makes to his audiences is that he and his wife are as happy a couple as could be found in America. In the closing speech of the Convention, he talked for four minutes about his stomach, his digestion, and the fact that he does not need to take laxatives.

Being around the “movement” for any length of time should sufficiently sicken anyone so that they will have a copious gastrointestinal flow without the need for any laxatives.

Jews and other guks who tried to intervene were silenced by the audience. Guk, by the way, is our new word for anyone who does not belong to the white race and Western Civilization. It is our word corresponding to the Jewish word Gentile or goy—any non-member. It is the word American soldiers use to designate all Koreans, north and south. Gannon will introduce the word in England, and it must enter all languages.

A Story of Disillusion and Hope

Navigating the “movement “morass.

It should be clear that although I am a racial activist, a racial nationalist, I am NOT a member of Der Movement, Inc. – actually, I am unalterably opposed to it.  Thus, I’m part of a broad movement, but not part of “the movement.”  I was at one time in Der Movement, and since both the movement and “the movement” have existential implications for all of our genetic interests, let’s have EGI Notes delve into  my journey through these activist streams.

Essentially, there have been four basic stages in my journey through the wilderness of racial activism, and this (brief) story may be useful to genuine newcomers to the scene.

First: Entry to real-world, analog activism, before the Internet age, as a naive, starry-eyed, and relatively young newcomer (albeit one with a family background of Bunkerite racial conservatism and as a person interested in the historical Far Right). So, there were meetings in the “little rooms” mentioned in this Dresden song (although some rooms were in actuality quite big, and none ended up being “sacred” – and if the spirit of Saint Adolf was there, he must have been quite disgusted), there were some good people, well-meaning people, but the usual combination of overall defectiveness and horrifically bad leadership made the entire endeavor a failure.

After experiencing grade-A freakishness, ineptitude, mind-numbing stupidity, and hypocrisy, I dropped out, and took time to think and reconsider.

Second: Introduction to digital activism and testing the leadership waters.  Thus came the Internet and the rise of online racial activism, which I was involved in from the very beginning.  Thinking that “if you want something done right, do it yourself” I decided I should play more of a leadership role.  However, knowing well the dogmas, fetishes, and affirmative action policies of Der Movement, I had skepticism whether: (1) I would be accepted in any sort of leadership role and (2) whether the “movement” was willing to ditch their dogma (to them, something actually “sacred”) and move in a new direction.  The Legion Europa project was, ultimately, simply a test, answering the questions implicit in points 1 and 2.  The answers: NO and NO.  Time to back off again, and go back to the “drawing board.”

Third: Not a leader, but a contributor. Well then I thought, at least I can contribute to the “movement’s” ideological development, promote useful ideas like Salter’s EGI, and perhaps move Der Movement in directions closer to my ideals.  This was the phase of my writing for “movement” publications and writing for “movement” blogs. Ultimately, as more recent readers of my work understand, this didn’t work out either, since the “movement” was never able, or even willing, to shed any of its underlying fundamental flaws. They don’t even accept or understand that they have any flaws, they are in fact all delusional.  One can one see this delusion, for example, when Trump publicly denounces the Alt Right, and signs a binding document pledging to devote all the resources of the federal government to oppose the Alt Right and pro-White activism in general, and this same Alt Right crows “we made the President come out and agree with our position.”  These guys are off in “la-la-land” – there’s no hope there.  Another faction of the Alt Right enables an “anti-fascist” infiltrator to joyride through their “movement” for a year, advising them on how to vet people (cue laughter) and giving talks about “anti-fascist infiltration.”  Instead of mea culpa, they instead hysterically react to criticism and “ban” people (hint: you really can’t ban someone who is not part of your clown show to begin with).

Fourth: One part bemused observer, one part critic deconstructing he “movement.” One part hopeful visionary (with no delusions of success) hoping to build a New Movement.  One does what one can.  Optimism is cowardice I suppose (thanks, Spengler).

If we accept the premise that the racial situation for Whites will continue to deteriorate, and that an untenable situation will one day be reached, there are two most likely alternative outcomes for the “movement.”

#1 – If I am wrong about Der Movement, and it goes from success to success, and carries Whites from a dangerous state to their salvation, then I’ll be quite pleased to admit I was wrong, and do what I can do assist in that salvation (given my disagreement with basic “movement” dogma, I’d probably carve out my own little “movement” niche, or associate with like-minded individuals who had already done so).

#2 – If I am right about Der Movement, then the White demand for effective leadership in the midst of the growing racial crisis will lead to the eventual emergence of leadership that will sweep the flotsam and jetsam of Der Movement from the scene.  Unfortunately, this may well be cul-de-sac leadership: reactionary military strongmen or Trump-like hardcore civic nationalist populists – both types who would just kick the can several decades down the road for when the racial crisis reemerges.  Thus, by taking up Far Right niche space, Der Movement is preventing the emergence of the sort of real leadership that can actually solve the racial crisis.

High-Information Moralizing

And some very important questions at the end.

Consider some of the comments here.

CounterCurrentsTV

CounterCurrentsTV

2 days ago (edited)

You are one of the dishonorable Orc shills that I mentioned in the podcast. Shame on you.

“Orc.”  Apparently, Johnson wrote that “snug in his hobbit hole” out in the forest, where there is “de facto anarchy,” as opposed to the “centralized authority” of the capital.  Lots of maturity there.  I suppose at some point an analysis needs to be done about this whole Lord of the Rings fetish.  Is it an ethnic/subracial thing?  Or just the Type I/Type II divide?

Will to Power

Will to Power

2 days ago (edited)

@CounterCurrentsTV Good to know that you and many others prioritize putting personal vendettas and petty squabbling ahead of what’s in the best interests of the movement. Let’s be honest here, because that’s what this is. Granted I’m not privy to private conversations, but from an outsider’s perspective this looks appalling on your end. And before you go ahead accusing me of being a Spencer shill as well, I’m not. There is a nuanced position to take in this whole affair, and Millennial Woes embodies that perfectly. I don’t have any particular favoritism in this scenario and I really like the both of you two. That’s the case for many people, I’m sure, which is what makes this whole situation so regrettable. Spencer isn’t going anywhere, you’re not going anywhere, Alt-Hype isn’t going anywhere, so the sooner you all come to terms with that reality and restore relations, at least to the point where you don’t dread crossing paths at conferences, the better the movement will be for it. In other words, please pluck your fucking stubborn heads from your behinds, because this is all becoming extremely distasteful.

 

CounterCurrentsTV

CounterCurrentsTV

2 days ago

You don’t recall, huh? Perhaps you should inform yourself before you engage in this kind of low-information moralizing.

There we go again with his favorite phrase “low-information moralizing.”  In my case, I have recently attempted to increase the information content of my moralizing by reading material on, and listening to podcasts on, all the moronic “movement” feuds, scandals, and personal problems, including, but not limited to, such wonderfully moralizing things as “ghoulish” bodypart photos, “fashy” facebook groups, whether or not “movement” celebrities are or are not Jewish, etc., and I have to say that after diving into the “movement” sewer that I prefer to be “low information” thank you very much. Some types of information can’t be unseen or unlearned.  By the way, Der Movement Inc. is so utterly and despicably disgusting that anyone involved in it has no right to cast aspersion on its critics. Clean up your own house first.

Disappointed Englishman

Disappointed Englishman

1 day ago

Richard has admitted that the campus speech tour approach was a mistake — but don’t forget these speeches were at one point quite successful, so it is only since Charlottesville that they became too difficult to do. He is not vainglorious, and he is the public face of the Altright. I accept Greg in the movement, as long as he knuckles down under Richard Spencer and Greg Conte.

Disappointed Englishman

Disappointed Englishman

1 day ago

I wonder if I am the one in this thread labelled an Orc Shill by GJ (Hail, Johnson! Hail Victory!) Look I’ve acknowledged that GJ is a good white identitarian doing a lot of good stuff – I just called for him to drop the vendetta against RS. Indeed this is part of the reason why gay leaders are inadvisable — they bring personal cattiness and bitchiness with them. GJ is demonstrating, personally, the very reason why he should not be “the leader”. As a follower, GJ, welcome aboard.

Disappointed Englishman

Disappointed Englishman

1 day ago

CounterCurrentsTV edited his comment. His comment, in my inbox, read initially: “You are one of the dishonorable Orc shills that I mentioned in the podcast. Shame on you: lying and shilling for that sociopath. Spencer is cancer. “Mistakes have been made” is a nice passive way of saying that Spencer has made catastrophic errors of judgment. These errors are not flukes. They spring from a deeply flawed — narcissistic, dishonest — character. The movement would be better off if Spencer simply retired. ”

Honestly? Richard Spencer is cancer? Richard Spencer is a sociopath? This is just a handbags-at-dawn camp attack.

 

Corporation Camp

Corporation Camp

1 day ago

I have been following this petty beef between Greg and Spencer for years. It has always come from Greg’s side tbh.

Disappointed Englishman

Disappointed Englishman

1 day ago

Yes. Richard Spencer always avoids this stuff in his podcasts.

CounterCurrentsTV

CounterCurrentsTV

1 day ago

The bottom line is: I think the movement would be stronger if Spencer simply retired. He has a track record of terrible decisions, with disastrous consequences. These are not random and accidental. They flow from his bad character. He’s vain, sociopathic, impulsive, dishonest, and self-indulgent. Furthermore, he’s not even an advocate of White Nationalism. He denigrates ethnonationalism and praises the EU and the USSR. He’s simply an incoherent shill for Russian geopolitical interests. Why does Spencer support Putin’s war against “Nazis” (genuine White Nationalists) in Ukraine, but then ruin NPI with Nazi rhetoric and Hitler salutes? If there is a coherent agenda there, it is anti-white. He’s also a terrible spokesman: rambling, inarticulate, and half-baked. Beyond that, Spencer’s one enduring achievement is that he has somehow corrupted otherwise perfectly decent people into being grotesque liars and shills, like “Disappointed Englishman.”

Let’s take a closer look at this last comment.

The bottom line is: I think the movement would be stronger if Spencer simply retired.

I agree.  However I go further and say the “movement” would be even stronger if Johnson, Taylor, Brimelow, Dickson, Duke, TRSMajority Rights, Roissy, et al. all retired as well.

He has a track record of terrible decisions, with disastrous consequences.

Like letting “extremely vetted” meetings get infiltrated multiples times by ludicrously transparent infiltrators?  Like banning people who were not only long-time commentators but also writers for your website?  By getting wholesale on the Trump train, to the extent of stating that he would enact real pro-White demographic change, but never admitting your error?

These are not random and accidental. They flow from his bad character. 

Indeed.

He’s vain, sociopathic, impulsive, dishonest, and self-indulgent.

Indeed, again.

Furthermore, he’s not even an advocate of White Nationalism.

Neither is Johnson, who is an ethnonationalist advocating the possibility of Europeans ethnically cleansing each other.

He denigrates ethnonationalism….

Which supports, and not refutes, Spencer being a White nationalist.  WN is, by definition, nationalism primarily based on race and NOT on ethnicity.

…and praises the EU and the USSR. 

I agree with Johnson’s criticisms here.

He’s simply an incoherent shill for Russian geopolitical interests. 

Perhaps.

Why does Spencer support Putin’s war against “Nazis” (genuine White Nationalists) in Ukraine, but then ruin NPI with Nazi rhetoric and Hitler salutes?

I supported the Ukraininan nationalists, but let’s be honest, they were used to advance a globalist agenda.  Perhaps Spencer was right about that.

If there is a coherent agenda there, it is anti-white. 

Oh, you can say that about the entirety of Der Movement, Inc.

He’s also a terrible spokesman: rambling, inarticulate, and half-baked. 

As opposed to?

Beyond that, Spencer’s one enduring achievement is that he has somehow corrupted otherwise perfectly decent people into being grotesque liars and shills, like “Disappointed Englishman.”

And they’re “crazy and bitter” too!

Disappointed Englishman

Disappointed Englishman

1 day ago

Greg, you claim Richard has bad character, but this video and your comments here provide evidence of your bad character. Honestly. Comments that Richard is cancer, etc. Please up your game! Do you accept that it is not right for a gay man to lead the identitarian right?

CounterCurrentsTV

CounterCurrentsTV

1 day ago

Nobody takes you seriously, orc.

The Ring!  The Ring!  De facto anarchy in the provinces!

Here are the questions alluded to above.  The primary question, and one that should have been asked of Johnson, but was not, is this:

If Richard Spencer is an incoherent, vain, sociopathic, impulsive, dishonest, and self-indulgent cancer, then how has he so quickly risen to a position of high prominence in the “movement?” 

We have to admit that he has surpassed Duke and Taylor as the most well-known Far-Right activist on the American scene, and that he has significant influence and a wide array of allies and adherents.  Doesn’t this mean that Der Movement is full of vain, impulsive, dishonest, self-indulgent sociopaths who would, naturally, accept someone embodying those traits as their leader?  You can’t have it both ways – that Spencer is such a horrible human being but at the same time the “movement” that so readily accepts him is fundamentally healthy.  Either Spencer is not that bad or Sallis is 100% correct about Der Movement, which means that your own character is suspect for your over-the-top critiques of “crazy and bitter” Ted.

Let’s ask more questions.  

If you believe that Spencer is as bad as you say, then doesn’t that mean that the “movement” in which he is a prominent leader must be broken beyond repair?  Doesn’t it mean that Sallis is correct in his characterization of Der Movement as an inept and dishonest chronic failure?  Doesn’t it mean that most American Alt Righters are feckless peabrains, easily manipulated and unable to distinguish true leadership from false?

Isn’t it true that there is an affirmative action program in the “movement” that benefits the likes of Spencer (and you as well), based on ethnic origins?

Further, what does it say about your judgment, and that of Taylor, Brimelow, Derbyshire, and the rest of “the boys” that you all were fooled by Spencer for years and you all wanted a “big tent” Alt Right including Spencer? Why should any of us trust your judgment now?

State of Der Movement, 4/1/18

It is not good.

Read this, emphasis added:

…for the first time since 2010 — the year we were founded — Counter-Currents lost money… 

…What happened? The answer is simple: Charlottesville, then PayPal deplatformed us, and we lost our monthly donors. Many donors did not miss a beat. They went straight to our Donate page and signed up for monthly pledges with their credit cards. Others signed up at Hatreon, which is now defunct. But many never returned. Some were wedded to PayPal. Others took it as an opportunity to re-evaluate their spending. Others were swept up in the widespread post-Charlottesville disappearances. Whatever their reasons, we lost a significant number of supporters, and that put us in the red.

Probably, the multiple infiltrations, as well as the Johnson vs. Spencer/Friberg feud eruption, can be added to that list of reasons. Although I will agree. if forced to name one reason more important than the others, that Charlottesville has to be named as reason #1.  The other things are problems, and serious ones, but they added on more problems to that termed here “Charlottesville Ragnarok.” All the Alt Right “spin” aside, the Unite the Right fiasco was one of the biggest blows against the progress of White racial activism in America.  Don’t get me wrong: the Far Right has every right (no pun intended) of having access to public spaces, and there is nothing wrong with claiming the right to such spaces, if you do so with adequate planning and understanding of the underlying realities.

It’s not like all the fearless leaders shouldn’t have seen that coming.  It’s not like it was so difficult to predict that a poorly planned mass rally would end in disaster.  Most of all, it should have been known that the System works hand-in-glove with “Antifa” – and for the purposes of this post, “Antifa” describes all of the currently extant Far Left domestic terrorism groups, regardless of what they call themselves.

The “movement,” with all its grand intellectuals, is unable to comprehend the difference between an official de jure factoid and an established, truth-on-the-ground, de facto reality.  The following three statements constitute the de facto reality in America (and with slight rewriting of the statements, applies for most of Western Europe as well).

1. Antifa is part of the System.

2. Antifa is part of the US government.

3. Antifa is part of the Trump administration.

Let us consider each statement in turn, from the perspective of Der Movement.  Most of the Alt Right would, I believe, agree with Statement One will little quibbling; after all, it is obviously true (but that underscores the gross incompetence of Der Movement, because if Statement One is obviously true, the  behavior of the Charlottesville government and police should have been anticipated and planned for).  A smaller fraction of activists would agree with Statement Two; although in reality Statements One and Two are equivalent, in that the US government is part of the System (and NOT the other way around, by the way), so all who agree with One should also agree with Two.

It is Statement Three that would cause problems for the dimwitted Type I Alt Right Trump fanboys; this ties into the lack of understanding to my previous comment at this blog that “President Donald Trump is the head of Antifa.”

Now, that last comment is not meant to be taken literally, in the official de jure sense.  Of course, it is not true in the literal sense.  After all, Antifa loathes Trump and his supporters, consider them all “racist fascist bigots” and actually considers Trump, if anything, “the head of the Alt Right.”  For his part, Trump considers himself a “law and order right wing populist.”

But I’m not talking about official roles here, and I’m not talking about perceptions, and I’m not talking about a literal reality in which Trump gives the leftists their marching orders.  No, I’m talking here about on-the-ground de facto reality.

Consider: Trump as President is the head of the US government’s law enforcement. It is his constitutional obligation as head of the federal branch of government, assisted by his Attorney General, to clamp down on domestic terrorists (including domestic terrorists who attack his own supporters at rallies!).  For Trump and Sessions to take action against Antifa is not some sort of crazy, rightist fantasy; it is part of their mainstream obligation, their constitutional responsibility.  When Far Left domestic terrorists run wild in the streets (often masked, further violating the law), it is the OBLIGATION and the RESPONSIBILITY of Trump and Sessions to take action.  This they do not do.  Their inaction enables domestic terrorism and allows the Far Left to act with impunity.  Why Trump and Sessions behave in this manner is not the point, the point is that, whatever the reason, this is what they do.  Not only that, but Trump signs congressional edicts condemning the victims of the domestic terrorists (and some of these victims are Trump’s own supporters!), pledging to use the resources of the federal government against the victims.  Therefore, by unimpeachable logic, it is Trump (and Sessions) who enable Antifa; therefore, the latter can reasonably be seen as part of the government of the former.  As long as Trump and Sessions refuse their lawful obligation to take action, it is a de facto tacit approval of the leftists.  That the Far Left hates Trump, and that Trump may call them “bad guys,” is irrelevant.  Action, or the lack thereof, is relevant.

If Der Movement understood all of this, understood that the entire Charlottesville system would be against them, that Trump would condemn them, and that Sessions would refuse to use the power of his office against the Far Left, then Charlottesville 2.0 would never have happened.  But it did happen, so clearly Der Movement understands nothing.

This is relevant to the funding issue since it is possible that some of the loss of funding is due to donors becoming disgusted by, and weary of, constant failure and bad judgment.

I’ve already written before on what needs to be done, so no need to repeat all of that; suffice to say it is time for a strategic retreat and some quiet, behind-the-scenes building infrastructure in-depth, which is what should have happened after Trump’s election. The Type II response to Trump being elected would have been “we’ve got a least four years of breathing room; let’s take advantage of this interregnum to really build and prepare for the interesting times ahead.” Instead we got the Type I approach of publicity, mass rallies, cosplay costumes, juvenile bravado, immature podcasts, and comedic infiltrations.  Obviously new leadership, with fresh perspectives, is required; just as obviously, the continued affirmative action program in the “movement” will prevent the emergence of that leadership.

Let us consider more “movement” insanity. What respect for, and interest in, had for Faye’s work significantly evaporated after reading this nonsense.  Can we come back to reality for a moment, and deal with the issues at hand? I mean, yes, good science fiction/fantasy (as opposed to bad, such as March of the Titans) can be thought-provoking, and thus useful in helping to consider alternative future possibilities, but this Fayeian nonsense is boring and juvenile. And of course it led to a stereotypical Type I comment:

Snigga Odinson
A day in the life of a delusional capitalist who dreams of muh Western Civilization.
There is no future outside of the forest!

Right…Whites should be in the forest, eating twigs and branches, or “snug in our hobbit hole” as one defunded failed “leader” so eloquently put it – we’ll just leave it to the Asians to build and maintain technological societies, employ nuclear weapons mounted on hypersonic missiles, engage in eugenics, conduct scientific research, explore and colonize space, and reap the benefits of exploiting science and technics.  What could go wrong with that?  Why, they’ll just leave us in peace, snug in our hobbit holes in the forest, and the borders of the West can be guarded by Chinese girls with guns (high, high, high-IQ Chinese girls, let us not forget).  And then Der Movement wonders why even thick-headed fanboys are starting to wise up and become tight with the purse strings?

Then we read Sailer’s typical rambling.

As someone with a background in the natural sciences, I can assure the reader that the net impact of population genetics studies is to CONFIRM and SUPPORT the racial-biological agenda of this blog, which was NEVER about “purity” – see my writing here (deemed “sophistry” by a deranged mestizo Mexican Nordicist) – but about genetic differences between populations, differences in genetic kinship, and how all of that should be interpreted politically through the lens of Salter’s EGI thesis.

“Racial purity” has never been a driving force, or meme, of this blog; it has instead been the driving force, and fossilized meme, of the ethnic fetishists and crazed Type I Nutzis opposed to this blog. The Levantine alien Reich can scream and cry all he wants, but his work in toto strongly supports some of the main theses underlying what is discussed here, which are in part tied to the idea of genetic difference, NOT “purity.”

Read or listen to this.

They have not yet realized that slow, patient, and relentless effort may be required, possibly over multiple generations, before the National Alliance’s ideas of radical racial-nationalism will triumph as the best, and indeed the only reasonable, way to govern society. We’ve always known we were in this for the long haul, and you should too.

Right…which is why, in my experience, the National Alliance always had a “the revolution is just around the corner” Der Tag philosophy, with one prominent NA activist (to be fair, not Strom) pontificating back in ~2001 that “I don’t understand why White people have bank accounts or go to college, don’t they know that it is 100% certain that the entire System will collapse within five years?”  

How did that work out?  If Der Movement continues to be a tragicomic clownshow, then they should not wonder when the tin cup remains empty and disillusioned followers drift away.