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
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;
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.
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.