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The Alt-Right 19 Oct 2016 05:33 #61

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Have you ever thought it was strange that all these anonymous people on internet forums constantly criticize public figures for not calling out the Jews whether it's Jared Taylor, Donald Trump, Alex Jones or anybody else? Seriously just think about that for second and let it soak in. These anonymous people on internet forums always complain and want someone else to risk their career because they don't have the courage to become a public figure and call out the Jews their damn self. That's why i would rather just post links and videos instead of typing out paragraphs of worthless opinions. Whether you're here on Truth Zone over at Stormfront or any other forum for that matter. Time and time again we always here the same thing over and over again. "Bu bu but Trump didn't call out the Jews" yea well no shit he wouldn't have been the republican nominee if he did and we would never be talking about him to begin with.

Well, yea.. I guess you're right in a way.

I mean, if Jared Taylor would have been pointing them out sooner, it would have been the end of his renaissance movement. And he's steering people into the right direction anyway by first making Aryans racially conscious, which is something what they have been stripped from over the decades of Zio-propaganda.

However, with Alex Jones it's a different ballgame of course, as he's definately a Zio controlled opposition plant in order to direct the people away from the real truth by slandering the Nazis and never talking about jews... he even gets pissed off when callers on the show talk about jews..

And as far as Donald Trump goes, I guess we only get to see what he's made off once he gets into office. But I think it's a good case that he was on an infowars show and caters a bit to the Alt-right... his ex-wife claimed he had a Hitler book on his bedside drawer which he read at night. So I guess he MUST KNOW the jews are pulling the strings. He would make himself immortal if he points it all out once he gets into office.

Correct, you know that, I know that and Jared knows that.

Yet all these anonymous white nationalist on message boards who don't have the courage to be public figures criticize those that do.

Lets keep it real Alex Jones wouldn't have infowars and be a multi millionaire if he called them out.

And Donald Trump wouldn't be a billionaire and the republican nominee if he did either.

If Europeans were as smart as WN say we are white people would be in control of the media and never slaughtered each other in WW2.
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The Alt-Right 19 Oct 2016 05:36 #62

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Lets keep it real Alex Jones wouldn't have infowars and be a multi millionaire if ...

he wouldn't be paid by someone, having started sincere or not.
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The Alt-Right 19 Oct 2016 06:31 #63

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Correct, you know that, I know that and Jared knows that.

Yet all these anonymous white nationalist on message boards who don't have the courage to be public figures criticize those that do.

Lets keep it real Alex Jones wouldn't have infowars and be a multi millionaire if he called them out.

And Donald Trump wouldn't be a billionaire and the republican nominee if he did either.

If Europeans were as smart as WN say we are white people would be in control of the media and never slaughtered each other in WW2.

Well, Alex Jones obviously has been put in as a gatekeeper for the Zionists. One only has to look at his Stratfor-connections to figure that out.
Basically he's one of the greatest traitors of the whole USA by willfully spreading disinfo to the American public, which makes him quite dangerous as well. Heck, the fat fuck is actually pretending to be alt-right now (Milo-style) to take over the narrative and water it down...

And Donald Trump indeed... I've seen a vid where the jew bankers kept him 'alive' when he was on the verge of bankruptcy. Besides that, he's surrounded by some jewish advisors... But, it'll be a nice one to see him pull a 180 once he gets into office, but that's wishful thinking I guess. :chuckle: He'll definately be the better option than Hillary, as that bitch is just openly advocating for WW III by putting a no-fly zone above Syria.

And the problem with the jews taking over the media is that jews look very much like whites. Some are even completely indistinguishable from whites, like the far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders for example:



He's part Indonesian, part Jewish and is a mega-Zionist. He pretends to be all for Holland, while in fact he's buddies with Netanyahu and often
visits Israël.



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Crazy thing is... Hillary actually was quite a hot chick back in the day...



Too bad she turned out to be such a satanic #%!@$!
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Trying to cause the Nazis to kick off at Trump Rallies.



Here's a screen shot from the above video.
You will always be a hyena.
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A Trump Loss Is Still a Win for the Alt-Right

The Donald J. Trump Traveling Crazy Circus will finally crash and burn on Election Day, when millions of sane Americans head to the polls and pull the lever for Hillary Clinton. (This will happen regardless of what happens at the debate Wednesday night.) And once the election is called for the first woman to be elected president, millions of Americans will point and laugh at the empty suit reality-show millionaire and his delusional presidential folly.

Most will make the mistake of thinking that Donald J. Trump will act like most losing presidential candidates and disappear. Mitt Romney headed back to Utah, which is like going into a “whiteness” protection program; while Al Gore went so deep undercover that he grew a James Harden-like beard. But if you think the Donald is gonna spend the rest of his days playing Jenga with Melania, you’ve got another think coming.

The forces of racism, xenophobia, misogyny and religious intolerance that Trump unleashed over the past two years may not be enough to send him to the Oval Office, but a con man—excuse me, “businessman”—like Trump recognizes how much money can be had by playing to America’s worst instincts. So, folks, get ready for Donald J. Trump: The Ugliest American. And I have a feeling that the Ugliest American is gonna haunt Hillary Clinton from the day she takes office.

To be fair, it’s not as if Trump invented racism, xenophobia, misogyny and religious intolerance within the Republican Party.

The modern GOP has always had two different faces: One face stoked the white-hot flames on talk radio, where the Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity types would tell uneducated, unwashed white masses that their problems were the result of all those other people: you know, n–gers, w–backs, f–gots, feminazis and anyone with an SAT score. But these “First-time caller, longtime listener” conversations were supposed to stay outside the mainstream public eye.

The other face was the seemingly respectable, sensible-sounding GOP elites, politicians like Paul Ryan, Mike Pence, John Kasich and Marco Rubio, who nonetheless presented racist, xenophobic, misogynistic and religiously intolerant public policies, but did it in Brooks Brothers suits while wielding perfect Colgate smiles.

These elites talked about how they were guided by God to take away women’s rights to their own bodies, and every so often they would throw red meat to the talk-radio masses when they needed votes at the polls. In the polite GOP politician elites, voter-ID laws had nothing to do with restricting blacks and minorities from voting; it was about dealing with a nonexistent problem that just so happened to restrict blacks and minorities from voting.

However, here’s the thing: The dirty, unwashed masses didn’t like the polite policy conversations of the elites; they wanted their elites to give them their racism, xenophobia, misogyny and religious intolerance rough, rugged and raw, and they wanted it all the time.

To them, the elites were playing a phony three-card Monte con game, because everywhere they looked, those others were getting things like rights, and who said they could have those? So when a real con man got hold of the cards and he started saying things like, “Make America great again,” it felt like … freedom. And these folks ain’t about to give up that freedom, especially when Trump has proved to be such a great figurehead.

And now, to the consternation of the elites, the unwashed masses have taken over the Republican Party.

So there’s a danger that the Hillary Clinton presidency, which should focus on the problems of income inequality and police violence against the black community, will instead be consumed with fighting the GOP, now controlled by the extreme right.

This newfangled extreme right, now called the alt-right, is a racist movement. One of its better-known representatives is Steve Bannon, the Trump campaign’s CEO. Bannon, the former fiery editor of the oft racist and anti-Semitic Breitbart website, helps foster the alt-right, which is a younger, more social-media-aggressive, extreme-right demographic than your dad’s Ku Klux Klan.

Racist and misogynist performance artist Milo Yiannopoulos is one of its generals, while regular soldiers use 21st-century social media anonymity to intimidate people like Saturday Night Live comedian Leslie Jones. Typically, even in the worst political circumstance, the alt-right would be relegated to the political backwaters, but by attaching itself to Trump, like a virus attaching itself to a weakened host, the alt-right now has power, and it will use that power to turn our democratic politics on their head.

If past is prologue, then just as President Barack Obama was greeted not with “hope and change” but with “Show me your birth certificate, n–ger!” by an America not ready for a black president, I’m sure that we’re going to enter a world where the United States will temporarily feel the psychological euphoria of having a woman smash the glass ceiling. But the shards of that glass will be used by the alt-right, and those who feel they can gain political power by associating themselves with these extremists, to cut minorities, women and the LGBTQ community to the core.

After being rejected at the ballot box, these uneducated white masses will fall prey to every conspiracy theory, every grievance that can be turned into a sound bite. And my fear is that some will think that waiting for the ballot box is old-fashioned, and that perhaps the talk of needing a Second Amendment “remedy” is more effective.

www.theroot.com/articles/politics/2016/10/a-trump-loss-is-still-a-win-for-the-alt-right/
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Just two weeks after Hillary Clinton delivered her August speech decrying Donald Trump's ties to "an emerging racist ideology known as the 'Alt-Right,'" the Alt-Right movement's leaders host a press conference – a coming-out party of sorts – at Washington, D.C.'s tony Willard Hotel. Sponsored by the National Policy Institute, a small non-profit "dedicated to the heritage, identity, and future of people of European descent in the United States," the conference prominently features the institute's president, Richard Spencer, a trim and tidily dressed 38-year-old with grandiose ambitions to usher in a white "ethno-state." Spencer is joined by two older compatriots: Jared Taylor, the founder of the website American Renaissance, which promotes faux science claiming that blacks are intellectually inferior to whites, and Peter Brimelow, who once wrote for Forbes and National Review before founding VDare, an anti-immigrant site named after Virginia Dare, who is said to be the first British child born in the American colonies. The trio spends two hours holding forth on the Alt-Right's core beliefs and its growing notoriety in the age of Donald Trump.

"We want something heroic. We want something that is not defined by liberalism, or individual rights, or bourgeois norms. We want something that is truly European and truly heroic," Spencer says at the podium. "That is fundamentally what the Alt-Right is about." Race, he says, "is real. Race matters, and race is the foundation of identity."
The Alt-Right prides itself on its leaderless ethos, using social media to spread its ideology through viral memes and anonymous attacks on its enemies, real and imagined. But Spencer coined the term Alt-Right, back in 2010, and has since positioned himself as the movement's leading intellectual and most visible spokesman.
Post-conference, Spencer invites a cluster of journalists and Alt-Right fans for drinks at the staid hotel, where he relishes being the center of attention.
Spencer says he guesses women comprise only about a fifth of the Alt-Right – an imbalance that's obvious at the gathering, where there appears to be only one female follower amid the dozen or so men who cycle in and out.
No matter. Spencer tends to see women as manipulative figures who are best when submitting to Alt-Right virility. Women, he tweeted during the first debate between Hillary Clinton and Trump, "should never be allowed to make foreign policy. It's not that they're 'weak.' To the contrary, their vindictiveness knows no bounds." Over drinks, he suggests that most women secretly crave Alt-Right boyfriends because they want "alpha genes" and "alpha sperm." When a man by the bar suggests someone should write a novel about "a liberal feminist studies major falling in love with a Richard Spencer type," Spencer suggests I write it.
More recently, in a podcast recorded after the exposure of the so-called Trump tape, Spencer scoffed at the "puritanical" criticism of Trump, saying it's "ridiculous" to call what Trump was talking about sexual assault. "At some part of every woman's soul," he said, "they want to be taken by a strong man." Pointing to how Trump said he had taken Nancy O'Dell furniture shopping, Spencer added, "Is this really the worst thing you've ever heard? In a way, he's like the most gentlemanly, kindly philanderer of all time."
Spencer has become more enthused as Trump has ramped up his claims about how his campaign represents an "existential threat" to "global special interests." After Trump's widely criticized speech in West Palm Beach last week, during which the GOP nominee alleged a "conspiracy" against the American people led by a "global power structure," Spencer tweeted, "The shackles are off, and Trump is getting radical. We've never seen a major postwar politician talk like this." He later amplified his appreciation of what he characterized as Trump "demystifying 'racism' and the financial power structure," concluding, "No matter what happens, I will be profoundly grateful to Donald Trump for the rest of my life."
At the Willard in September, over a Mint Julep followed by Manhattans, Spencer, whose free-wheeling style with journalists has made him the Alt-Right's "it boy," gabs about white nationalism and his disdain for electoral democracy. He also discusses why he supports Trump, and their shared respect for Vladimir Putin. "I admire Putin too," he says. "Who wouldn't?"
"I love empire, I love power, I love achievement," he goes on, growing animated. Spencer loves imperialism so much, he says, that he'll sometimes "get a boner" reading about Napoleon.
"Trump sincerely and genuinely cares about Americans, and white Americans in particular."
I first meet Spencer at the Republican National Convention in July, at a party headlined by Milo Yiannopoulos, the Breitbart editor and self-described "dangerous faggot" who tours college campuses to rail against "social justice warriors," political correctness and the left in general. (Spencer perceives Yiannopoulos as a fellow traveler of sorts, but not truly Alt-Right; he does, however, see Yiannopoulos' followers as ripe for Alt-Right recruitment.) The crowd, Spencer later notes, is populated by lots of Alt-Right "shitlords" – a form of high praise on social media that designates true believers. They're wildly excited about a speech by far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders, who's attending the convention as a guest of the Tennessee Republican Party. After a lengthy diatribe about "so-called leaders" who've allowed "Eurabia" to be overrun by Muslims and who "do not defend our liberty, our sovereignty, our values, our national identity," Wilders elicits loud chants of "Trump! Trump! Trump!"
After the speeches, as the crowd mingles, Spencer reflects on the significance of what he sees as Trump's affinity for white nationalism. "It's not so much about policy – it's more about the emotions that he evokes," he says. "And emotions are more important than facts. Trump sincerely and genuinely cares about Americans, and white Americans in particular."
Spencer is ebullient over how Trump has legitimized his movement. "It's not just about 'deport illegals' or 'stop illegal immigration,'" he says. "It's about the sense – the existential sense – of, Are we a nation? He's brought an existential quality to politics."
He, and other Alt-Right activists, would never have attended a political convention in the past, Spencer tells me, but with Trump, "now we have something at stake."
Trump, Spencer believes, has exposed the Republican Party's id. "The Trump phenomenon expresses a fundamental truth," he says. "It's an unspoken truth, and that is that the Republican Party has won elections on the basis of implicit nationalism and not on the basis of the Constitution, free-market economics, vague Christian values and so on. Even a leftist would agree with that statement. Like, Trump has shown the hand of the GOP. The GOP is a white person's populist party." Unlike Trump, though, the party is "embarrassed of itself."
After Trump tapped Breitbart chair Steve Bannon as campaign CEO in August, the Alt-Right instantly became a fixture in political conversation. (Bannon boasted to me at the RNC that Breitbart is "the platform for the Alt-Right.") Yet for Spencer, who sees Breitbart as having only "elective affinities" with the Alt-Right, the real turning point was Clinton's speech on the Alt-Right the following week. Spencer speculates that she aimed, with her speech, "to bleed the GOP of upper-middle-class whites who are embarrassed by their race." Clinton is not just a political adversary, in Spencer's view – she's "cagey" in her effort to reach the traditional conservatives he and his followers call, pejoratively, "cuckservatives" or "cucks," a reflection of their view that conservatives have been so "de-masculinized" that they've lost the ability to stand up for their principles.

Raised in Dallas, where he attended a private boys' school, Spencer graduated from the University of Virginia, and went on to earn a Masters in humanities from the University of Chicago and study toward a doctorate, never completed, at Duke. He briefly worked as an assistant editor at The American Conservative magazine, starting in 2007, which he says "really changed my life" – "it was the first time I was, even in a small way, a professional ideologue." Scott McConnell, a former colleague at the publication, says that when Spencer worked there, he "was interested in a lot of the European conservatives, many from the anti-democratic tradition. So he doesn't buy into egalitarianism."
He later served as managing editor of the far-right magazine Taki's, and created the website AlternativeRight.com, which gave the movement its name, in 2010. He took over the National Policy Institute in 2011. Spencer's wife, Nina Kouprianova, who also writes under the pen name Nina Byzantina, is a Russian scholar who has translated the work of Russian far-right theorist and Putin ally Alexander Dugin, and criticized Western media coverage of Putin as "unjustifiably critical." In 2014, the conservative Daily Caller denounced her as "the wife of a well-known American fascist and white nationalist" who pushed "anti-Kiev talking points" while discussing events in Ukraine in an appearance on the Kremlin-backed, English-language outlet Russia Today.
Spencer is the closest thing the Alt-Right has to an official spokesman, a role he brushes off as inconsistent with the movement's freewheeling, anti-establishment culture – yet one he clearly enjoys. Taylor says in an interview that he, Spencer and Brimelow are the most recognized faces of a movement whose size and reach is difficult to measure because its growth has been fueled online, and often by anonymous social media users. But while Taylor and Brimelow have strived to give white nationalism an aura of intellectualism over the years, they lack, in their 60s, the youthful looks, pop-cultural fluency and rhetorical audacity that has made Spencer, three decades younger, the face of a newer, Internet-fueled white nationalism that is undergoing a rebirth. Spencer, wrote Hunter Wallace, the pen name of neo-Confederate white nationalist Brad Griffin, on the influential white nationalist site Occidental Dissent, is the Alt-Right's "acknowledged leader." Spencer sees his moving of white nationalism beyond the margins and Trump's "gusto" as evidence that white nationalist ideas resonate with Trump's base. "I wouldn't want to go back to the old white nationalism when no one was listening to us," he said recently. "I want to be in a place where our ideas are entering the mainstream."
Those ideas boil down to open racism. The Alt-Right, Spencer says, "opposes the basic ideas behind the Civil Rights Act." He's called Martin Luther King Jr. "the god of white dispossession," the latter being one of the Alt-Right's major obsessions. True "shitlords" are gripped by the fear that white people in America are being "dispossessed" by immigration and multi-culturalism, to the point that they face an imminent "white genocide." Spencer has called anti-discrimination laws "the enemy of all tradition, not just the Anglo-Saxon American society it has helped destroy."
"No matter what happens, I will be profoundly grateful to Donald Trump for the rest of my life."
The Alt-Right, in Spencer's formulation, signals a sharp break from Ted Cruz-style Christian right politics, which frames the United States as a Christian nation, as well as Ron Paul-style libertarianism that portrays government as an oppressive, freedom-crushing behemoth. So Spencer says he is neither a libertarian nor a constitutionalist, but rather a "statist" – one with a weak commitment to constitutional democracy. "The important thing," he says, "is that the people in charge are people like me."
While Spencer reviles conservatives, he believes they secretly share his white nationalist beliefs. "Saying that you want a culture of life, or Christian values," he said in a recent podcast, "that's just basically saying you want to live in a white country that's normal and decent." Or, as he explains to me at the Willard, the Family Research Council's name already implies a call for "more white children." In Spencer's eyes, the Alt-Right is an "intellectual movement" so powerful that "in the future, we're going to be thinking for conservatives," whom he disparages not only as "cucks" but as "losers and dorks." This superior Alt-Right intelligence will eventually allow the movement to harness the institutions the religious right built, he believes, and entice religious conservatives into white nationalism. It would be easy enough, he says, because "there's not a single intelligent person in that entire world."
Despite Spencer's bluster, and the Alt-Right's seeming ubiquity this election cycle, thanks to Trump's embrace, this is a nascent movement, many of its activists still visible only through anonymous Twitter accounts and Reddit posts that help distribute racist and anti-Semitic memes. That anonymity, Taylor says, is still necessary because political correctness marginalizes their "racialist" views, and Alt-Righters fear for their livelihoods and even their lives. Still, Spencer claims he has a "hard core" of hundreds or perhaps thousands of people who attend his periodic conferences, some of which are private, and that a "five- or six-figure number" of individuals read his commentary website, Radix, and listen to his conversational podcasts; he also has some 18,000 Twitter followers. Spencer claims analytics show a far larger, "seven-figure number" of people read his tweets because they're so widely circulated. "In terms of who knows about the Alt-Right and has a vague inkling about what we believe," he says, "that's like an eight-figure or nine-figure number now, thanks to Hillary," who he says bolstered the Alt-Right's visibility with her August speech.
Deep-pocket donors and well-funded institutions have defined modern conservatism, in Spencer's view. But he is counting instead on the raw enthusiasm of the Alt-Right. If the Heritage Foundation, a leading conservative think tank, is like an "elephant," he says, the Alt-Right is a "flea," capable of "getting people excited and crazy" about its white ethno-state ambitions.
Building a movement strong enough to reshape American politics by organizing anonymous racists on Twitter would be without precedent – but Trump's rise to the top of the Republican presidential ticket makes it seem, to Spencer, deliciously plausible. "It might not happen in my lifetime," Spencer says, "but yes, people like me are going to define the civilization. Because we've done it in the past, and we're the ones who want to rule."


www.rollingstone.com/politics/features/meet-the-alt-right-spokesman-thrilled-by-trumps-rise-w443902
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