“I think gays can be particularly useful to the alt-right,” Alternative Right editor Colin Liddell told me. “Our movement is a revolutionary and taboo-busting movement, and gays have the right ‘psychological equipment’ for that. And, because of their lack of immediate family, gays often have a stronger feeling for their ‘wider family.’ The left has successfully displaced this sentiment to the fake ‘gay community’ or to leftist causes in general, but the true wider family for gays is their particular tribal or ethnic group.”
Of course, Liddell was writing for Counter-Currents in 2016-2017. Later, in 2019, with that podcast with Forney and Friberg, the “Grand Alt Right Feud” was underway. Like Spencer, Liddell’s attitude toward homosexualism changed based on “movement” feuding. In contrast, the attitude of EGI Notes has been consistent. On the one hand, I believe that a homosexual can be a useful activist as long as they don’t promote a homosexual agenda within racial activism. On the other hand, I agree with “Common Sense Counselor” that homosexuals shouldn’t be leaders – but otherwise, as long as no agenda is being pushed, being activists is fine. Unfortunately, those I am aware of do in fact push an agenda.
In response to this retarded Liddell essay (not surprisingly at the Jew HBD Unz site) we read this (apparently from the same Zman I otherwise critique):
January 25, 2019 at 6:40 am GMT • 300 Words
Blaa, blaa, blaa, a lot of typical, rehashed critique of the Italian war effort.
Italy wasn’t ancient Rome in 1939. Germany, Britain and France had surpassed ‘The Boot’ in technology since the industrial revolution. Mussolini’s own economics minister told him that Italy would not be ready for a modern war until 1942. They aided the Germans in the Battle of Britain with Fiat bi-planes going against sleek Spitfires and didn’t have any large numbers of modern fighters until, yep you guessed it, 1942. Their Navy lacked radar but their submarines and commando divers still did a lot of damage to British shipping and the Royal Navy. The Army had lighter tanks compared to the heavier more modern British ones.
True the Italian people weren’t convinced of fighting against the British or French or even the Russians but that is a testament to their intelligence and realistic attitudes not apathy. They eventually did fight anyway. In Africa they met with defeat at the hands of better armed British forces but poor Italian leadership and tactics also were to blame as they spread their forces thin along the coast. But they did regroup before the Germans came to help. When Rommel came in with his Afrika Korps most of the troops under his command were still Italian. In fact the first defeat of the US Army were at the hands of mostly Italian units in the Kasserine pass in Tunisia. As for Russia the German positions were almost hopeless on all fronts including the flank defended by the Italians. The carnage there was immense. Once the Allies invaded Sicily yes the Italians gave up too quickly but the writing was on the wall. Still ten thousand allied troops died in Sicily, many at the hands of discouraged Italian troops. If Hitler had been assassinated in ’44 the Germans would have probably surrendered at that point, a year earlier, to the Allies also.
The case of Adam Gemeli, the UK sprinter that Lemaitre narrowly beat for the 200m, seems to indicate this. As an athlete of Persian and Moroccan descent, Gemeli is “near-White” and physically could pass as a Southern European.
This is the obviously non-White Gemeli, who no sane person would confuse with a Southern European.
Liddell is crazed. Note that Liddell wrote that at Counter-Currents, where Johnson shills for homosexuality on the pretext that opposing homosexuality is like Nordic vs. Mediterranean divisive conflict.
I agree that Joyeux Noel is a good movie, about a brief incident of pan-European amity amidst an ethnonationalist bloodbath. Thanks ethnonationalism – you’ve done so much for us! There are still ethnonationalist filth today who openly promote self-described petty nationalism. Enemies all.
By the way, one unfortunate part of that movie was that the “German” officer was portrayed as Jewish, despite looking Germanic and displaying typically Germanic behavior. A very incongruent note among an otherwise excellent film.