Category: revolutionary violence

Odds and Ends, 12/4/19

Various issues.

Greg Johnson describes how he attacks those on the Right:

principled intellectual disagreement vs. personal invective (It is not “divisive” to sincerely disagree with someone.)
defending oneself from attacks vs. launching attacks on others
calling out people for harming the movement vs. pointless personal vendettas

The problem is that this is exactly what Ted Sallis does, but when Ted does it, he’s “crazy and bitter” and to be “banned.”

Type Is on the march.

Zaremski was an emergency medical technician who frequented white supremacist forums online and had a trove of neo-Nazi literature. He was caught only because he sent a photo of his ex-girlfriend wearing parts of a Nazi uniform to her employer, officials said…He also affixed a “Right Wing Death Squad” patch to his EMT jacket.

Der Movement, Der Movement, Der Movement marches on.

Look at this naïve buffoon presenting ancestry testing results to the decimal point for Gabbard, including percentages of 3.8, 1.1, and 0.8.  Depending on the test and the parental populations used, I would question even the percentages in the 20s.

Let it not be said that the “movement’s” affirmative action “leadership” does not come up with brilliant ideas – this is one!  Heil Der Movement!  Heil!  

No, actually the Alt Right should just continue on the glorious path already established.

Andrew Fraser wanna-be and “Wilmot” lover Morris the Liar is back again with the same old shtick. Question – wasn’t it the grand old WASP foreign policy establishment that gave us American involvement in WWI and WWII (and don’t start braying about “Pearl Harbor” with respect to the latter, with all the grand work Der Movement has done over the years uncovering the FDR administration’s perfidy regarding that)?

Oh you’ll say – the Jews were manipulating there.  If that is the case, as far back as WWI, then when did the USA have an authentically Humphrey Irelandish foreign policy apparatus?  The Spanish American War perhaps, brought to us by grand fellows like Hearst (journalism leading foreign policy) and the reason we have so many Puerto Ricans and Filipinos in American today.  What?  Do we gave to go back to Polk and the Mexican American War?  Or perhaps Jefferson and the Louisiana Purchase?  Or Washington’s Farewell Address?

Der Movement likes to pontificate, but cannot back up all of the hot air with historical reality.

If you believe that in the past that American foreign policy was run by the “Majority,” then this is relevant.  Fiction mirroring reality. After all, if Der Movement loves the Pesci scene so much, they can also consider the content of the remainder of the movie as well.

Now, I did state:

A case can be made that folks like the Wilsons founded and built America and so they have the right to pull the strings…

Very well.  But if so, at least have the honesty to admit when the Wilsons screw things up, instead of pretending those were halcyon days – the Golden Age of foreign affairs from which we’ve sadly fallen to the Yogi Bear (“Kali Yuga”). But then, the concept of accountability is not very well accepted by Der Movement and its “leadership,” is it?

My response to this nonsense is this EGI Notes post.  Fact is, Rushton was exposed as a fraud and a personal hypocrite by a fellow HBDer.  That Johnson blithely ignores the facts about his hero and continues to peddle him as some sort of admirable figure is unfortunate but not (to me) surprising.

Comments on the Clarke Interview

Three points.

As a final note, the story of these arrests, and of Andrew’s in particular, is an important corrective and admonition to those among us who have waxed eloquently with their “disavowals” of “terrorism” because it “undermines White Nationalism.” I have always had a problem with such disavowals, and for a few simple reasons. More often than not, they are simply exercises in preaching to the converted. Most disavowals are made by people “plugged into” the “movement”, while the very rare handful of extreme acts of White violence are carried out by isolated fringe individuals who never hear such disavowals or are least likely to be moved by them. Disavowals are thus, more or less, languid and effete acts of moral self-satisfaction. Second, disavowals simply add to, and increase the volume of, discourse critiquing the dissident Right, and they are divisive and demoralising. They implicitly assume a problem within the “movement” that needs to be addressed (where none in fact exists because the movement is already overwhelmingly non-violent), a pernicious trend that conforms very strongly to opposition narratives. They are, therefore, in terms of image management or “optics” undoubtedly worse than mere silence – we can’t correct criticism and image problems by making concessions to the opposition’s vision of our cause. Third, and related to the second, “right wing terrorism” is a largely invented phenomenon, embellished by falsified statistics, media tactics, and the steady production of propaganda by dedicated anti-White groups. It is a largely fictional opposition talking point that would be foolish to adopt ourselves. Fourth, and most important, by adopting discussions and perceptions of “right wing terrorism” we are easily corralled into fear and silence when entirely innocent activists are swept up in “terrorism” arrests. We allow ourselves to be pre-programmed to disavow these individuals and abandon them to their fate. I personally find this mode of conduct to be shameful, cowardly, and highly revealing. I reject it in disgust.

This is a fascinating paragraph because when looking at it from the perspective of a point-by-point analysis, I agree with all points (more or less) and have no strong objection to anything written.  However, looking at it as a whole, I cannot fully agree with it – it is as if the whole is less than the sum of the parts.  If I had to pinpoint a specific objection to the entire narrative of that paragraph, it would focus on that I believe something needs to be said about the issue of these violent attacks by pro-White individuals and what the deeper meaning of them is.  I agree with Joyce that the disavowals are not helpful and sometimes harmful, and I am myself tired of those “movement leaders” who trot out the same tired essay over and over again when an incident occurs. However, there is a difference between such disavowals and an honest appraisal of the problem. By take on these incidents has been two-fold. First, I criticize the System for causing the problem to begin with, with its anti-White policies, its persecution of pro-White activists, and its cordone sanitaire erected to inhibit pro-White activists from fully participating in the political process, equal to all others. Second, I criticize Der Movement because its constant humiliating failures and depressing ineptness induces despair in pro-White individuals and prompts some of them to carry out foolish attacks. If the “movement” was a credible outlet for racialist feelings and activism, then perhaps these people would not believe that their only option is to shoot something up. So, point-by-point, Joyce’s critique of the disavowals is fine, but the entire paragraph fails in that it doesn’t address what should be done, what should be critiqued, and doesn’t properly point the finger at “movement” failure as one motivator for the attacks.

However, by 2017 HnH had a mole inside a group of friends who used to be members of pre-ban National Action. Robbie Mullen was this mole, and Mullen used to be the regional organiser for what was National Action in the North West. The evidence shows that Mullen was playing people off one another as late as July 2017. His efforts were not working and he himself described the group of friends, supposedly a clandestine continuation of National Action, as like “an old man’s drinking club” with “not much going for it.”

At the end of April 2017, Mullen approached Hope Not Hate via email, alleging that NA continued to exist and that he was a current member. He said in court that it (“NA”) had discarded all of the symbolism of NA and was “going it alone” as a nameless entity. HnH activist Matthew Collins has since said that they began to publish articles on their website in the hope the media would pick them up — presumably in order to generate paranoia among former members.

Former NA member Christopher Lythgoe had, post-ban, taken out a private gym for himself in Warrington and that this, according to Mullen, was supposedly “NA” headquarters. I’d like to add that Michal Trubini, who was found not-guilty with me in April 2019, was the name on the lease for the property that the gym was situated in. There wasn’t a single shred of political literature or items found in that gym when the police searched it in September 2017.

Mullen had supposedly expressed to HnH that he wanted out of NA, but that he couldn’t leave because he was too embedded within NA and feared for his safety. HnH later said through Matthew Collins that they were slowly withdrawing him from the group. However, they contradicted this statement through Collins, their “Head of Intelligence,” stating that they persuaded Mullen to remain in the group to work as an informant for HnH, and that Collins would be his “handler.”

Third, it is interesting how the Right is always so easily infiltrated and compromised by the Left, while the opposite almost never occurs. And of course, HopeNotHate was the group that used Hermansson to leverage “movement” Nordicism so as to place him in a position of extensive infiltration. Der Movement is lucky that the Left (at least in this case) was so short-sighted and unimaginative, for they could have had this Hermansson fellow rise fairly fast and far in Der Movement (more than what he actually did) and do real long-term damage. Perhaps they already have such people already in place?  After all, many of our “leading activists” couldn’t do more damage if they were trying. Maybe they are.

The dissident ethno-nationalist Right must enter the democratic process and fight tooth and nail for every vote. 

Readers of this blog know I have been promoting the idea that electoral politics are important.  Not as the only strategy and not as the main strategy, but as one crucial component of an interlocking strategic plan, that also includes metapolitical education and community/infrastructure/organization.

Trumps, Naps, Fetishists, Informants Oh My!

Der Movement.

Der Movement, Der Movement, Der Movement marches on.

Two rules of thumb:

1. If someone, online or in person, starts talking to you about committing illegal acts, chances are good they are an informant, or some other type of infiltrator or law enforcement agent.

2. When in doubt, see rule one.

Observations:

1. Do you notice that violent leftists never seem to get caught up in these stings?  Two possibilities (which are not mutually exclusive). First, the Left is more careful and serious than the jackass Right.  Second, the far left Trump administration and its law enforcement agencies are specifically targeting rightists.

2. Idiots like the person charged are likely brought to the point of desperation because of the manifest failures of Der Movement’s affirmative action Quota Queen “leadership.”

3. If someone wants “chaos” then there are plenty of perfectly legal and non-violent ways to achieve this. The multicultural system is so inherently unstable that political campaigns, rallies, propaganda, the “democratic multiculturalism” for majorities Salter espouses, and a myriad of other political and metapolitical stratagems, can cause societal chaos far better than talking to some informant or actually doing some foolish acting out. Heighten the contradictions!

4. One wonders what percentage of commentators on the varied Beavis-and-Butthead Far Right forums out there are actually government informants, leftist infiltrators, and other frauds. 5%? 10%? 20%? More than 50%? (The answer for Far Left forums probably hovers around 0%, see above).

Another attack on White ethnics from Counter-Currents. Never mind some of the comments. Not on the cusp of whiteness here.  That’s pure Nordic, son!  Just like this look-a-like. The Wild Bunch as anti-fascist fiction?

Seriously though, Counter-Currents is increasingly establishing itself as a Der Movement focal point of hostility against White ethnics.  Shabbos sud fools who contribute their shekels to Johnson take note. If Counter Currents gives you an extended middle finger, withhold donating to them. You owe nothing to those who despise you.

Of course, some “ethnics” do deserve contempt.  Since this blog talks honestly about ethnic types, let’s consider for a moment Judge Napolitano.  This guy has always annoyed me; he can be considered in many ways “peak wop.”  Now, the fact that he’s squat, coarse-faced, broad-nosed, non-gracile, and looks and moves like an over-stuffed puppet, cannot reasonably be held against him as a person. But what about aspects of his persona that he has control over?  The puffed-up Guido hairstyle, which is vaguely reminiscent (albeit in a more attenuated form) to that of Ray Luca of Crime Story, would look stupid enough on a younger man, but for a man of “Nap’s” age it is positively ridiculous. What’s next? Gold chains and cheap cologne?  Worse is his constant petty sniping against Trump.  Certainly, Trump deserves criticism from the Right for being an insincere fraud and a buffoon, but that’s not what Napolitano is doing. Instead, he attacks Trump using leftist talking points, and the rumor is that this derives from personal animus over being snubbed by Trump for some sort of judicial appointment. This Napolitano, who older generations of Eyetalians would term “a real guinea,” deserves all of the contempt he undoubtedly receives from the Nordicist types. He’s earned it.

Worse than Napolitano is Cuomo, and worse than Cuomo is any idiot who believes that Cuomo is any sort of spokesman for Afrowop-Americans. Counter-Currents has degenerated to such an extent that each post is worse than the last, and the comments read as if they were lifted from the worst of Chateau Heartiste.  

Morgan and Other News

“Movement” stupidity.

The Type Is are doing their best to destroy whatever little is left of a credible racialist “movement” in America.

But, hey, don’t listen to the criticisms of this blog.  Keep on supporting Type I retardation, sweaty fetishism, fossilized dogma, and send those “D’Nations” to “leaders” for their European travels, gym memberships, movie nights out, and comfy lawn chairs for their homes in blue state suburbs.  Money well spent!

The fundamentally dishonest John Morgan:

I realize this is beside your main point, but legally speaking I am a Hungarian, as my mother’s ancestors, although Transylvania Saxons (ethnic Germans), were citizens of the Hungarian Kingdom for 800 years, and moreover my mother’s parents were born in Transylvania before the Trianon Treaty, which ceded Transylvania to Romania from Hungary, so under the law I am just as Hungarian as anyone else, even if I’m not ethnically Magyar. If I tell most Hungarians I am Transylvania Saxon, they just say, “That’s Hungarian.”

Yeah, that’s great.  Uh…you are of Anglo-Germanic ancestry, and are living in a country whose majority is ethnic Hungarian (that the origins of that ethny are “mixed” is irrelevant to the present existence of their ethnic identity).  “Legally speaking” you are Hungarian!  Great!  Legally speaking a ghetto Negro is an “American.”  And their ancestors were here for centuries. Legally speaking a Turk in Berlin is “German.” And you can find White Americans who will look at a Negro and say – “That’s American.” What nonsense.  And even if you want to call Morgan’s maternal line “Hungarian,” what about the paternal line? Or are “halfsies” now acceptable to ethnonationalists?  Something to debate about snug in your hobbit holes.

The reality: Morgan is an ethnonationalist living in someone else’s country – “legally” or not.  A hypocrite.

And as regards Morgan’s contention that Hungarians are “undeniably” of “Central Asian origin” – at most perhaps a few percentage points of their ancestry is such. For the most part, they are not that much different from their Central European neighbors.

I have no idea what percentage of the American radical Right has pan-Europeanist sentiments…

Superficially and dishonestly, some reasonable fraction. Honestly and authentically, maybe 1% – or less.

TOO Retard:

 <Cam OT>, <Andrew>, and Richard McCulloch all take me to task for excluding indigenous (ethnic) Russians from the White race.  This is not a major issue for me, and I have no serious objection to including them.  

I’m sure they’re relieved.  After all, it’s up to you to decide on the racial provenance of Russians.

My primary rational for excluding them was that, even though they may have some Scandinavian blood…

The only important thing of course. But not enough such blood to qualify for automatic passing of “extreme vetting.”

…that Russians are not truly Europeans…

Stating that makes it true.  “Movement” solipsism in action.

…and have not contributed to human intellectual and cultural life to the extent that Europeans have.  

We can name any number of groups that this author would worship that have contributed less than Russians have.

Also, there is so much racial admixture there that I wonder how White they truly are—a point nicely made by <PJ Dooner> later in the comment chain.  

A comment made by some random fetishist is obviously solid evidence.

This is certainly an area ripe for more research and study.

Crack open your copy of March of the Titans!

But if we want to include 110 million ethnic Russians, along with some 35 million Ukrainians and around 8 million Byelorussians, I have no major objection.  This, though, makes the ‘genocide’ theme even less tenable, because there are now some 950 million Whites globally.  Do <Cam OT>, Andrew, and Richard really want to go there?

Definitely evidence of the non-“Whiteness” of Russians right there!