Former interim Chairwomen of the DNC Donna Brazile rocked the political world after she dropped a bombshell revealing the underbelly of the DNC, exposing Hillary’s dirty tricks to secure the nomination.
It turns out that Hillary’s health problems were serious enough for Donna Brazile to consider replacing her with Biden as the 2016 Dem nominee!
An excerpt from WaPo details how horrified Donna Brazile and others in the DNC were about Hillary’s non-stop coughing fits and ill health. In fact, Hillary was so sick that Brazile and others discussed replacing her with Biden as the Dem nominee after she fainted.
Hillary’s camp is furious with Brazile and lashed out at her over the grim picture she painted of Hillary’s health and campaign.
In an open letter signed by 100 of Hillary’s former senior aides, Brazile’s account of Hillary’s ill health was fueled by Russian propaganda. That’s right…it’s the Russians AGAIN!
“We were shocked to learn the news that Donna Brazile actively considered overturning the will of the Democratic voters by attempting to replace Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine as the Democratic Presidential and Vice Presidential nominees. “It is particularly troubling and puzzling that she would seemingly buy into false Russian-fueled propaganda, spread by both the Russians and our opponent, about our candidate’s health.”
Just look at all of this Russian propaganda!
Don’t believe your lying eyes! Hillary getting chucked into her ambulance/hearse like a side of beef is just Russian propaganda!
Or the coughing fits…it’s the darn Russians! Here is one of the worst coughing fits she had in Cleveland: Video via RSBN (she literally sounds like death)
Hillary couldn’t even walk up steps without assistance! Pesky Russians!
Many believe these to be anti-seizure glasses! Russia Russia Russia!
Hillary had a seizure on camera, but it’s just Russian propaganda…
<p>With statewide elections on Tuesday in Virginia and New Jersey, the <em>PBS NewsHour</em> week-in-review segment strangely focused on Democrats for a change. Liberal analyst Mark Shields shocked PBS anchor Judy Woodruff by saying if Virginia’s Democratic candidate for governor, Ralph Northam, can’t defeat Republican Ed Gillespie with his alleged Trump baggage, there will be "close to civil war within the Democratic Party." </p>
In the comment section, I said I was going to address this subject in my next article. I had been planning to lay out my thoughts about this, but got distracted by the criticism of the White Lives Matter rally on the Nick Fuentes show. Palmetto Patriot has beaten me to the punch.
It has been a wild two years for Southern Nationalism. From the summer of 2015 until the spring of 2017, the rise of Donald Trump and the Alt-Right overshadowed everything we were doing. This only began to change around April when frustration with the direction of the Trump administration burst to the surface after the military strikes on Syria. Until then, I know that I was personally mesmerized as everyone else and absorbed by mainstream politics which reached a fever pitch and climaxed in General Bannon’s nationalist populist revolution in the 2016 presidential election.
Since April, the League of the South has participated in some form in Richard Spencer’s speech at Auburn, the Nationalist Front rally in Pikeville, KY, the Battle of New Orleans, Unite the Right in Charlottesville and the White Lives Matter rally in Shelbyville. This year has been remarkable for the fact that there has been a return to street activism and we have come into contact with so many other groups which we didn’t interact with previously. More than anything else, this is due to the rise of Antifa, the more polarized political climate and the embrace by our opponents of political violence.
New Orleans was a good example of this: Southern Nationalists, Patriot groups, Confederate heritage supporters, Alt-Lite civic nationalists and Alt-Right groups all coming into contact for the first time and getting cross with each other over ideological differences. The rise of a popular front was due to the common threat posed by Antifa. In New Orleans, there was also the Take ‘Em Down NOLA movement, and in Charlottesville there was a similar effort to remove Confederate monuments. This was resented by a wide variety of groups which came together at Unite the Right in August.
Southern Nationalism was swept up in this. It happened in 2015 after the Dylann Roof church shooting in the backlash against the removal of Confederate monuments. It happened again in 2017 when the Confederate monuments issue heated back again and the streets became more violent. I think it is a good thing that we now have allies and we look forward to working with them again in the future. No one should get the impression though that this is all we are going to be doing.
As the weather turns colder, we are going to have a series of League of the South public rallies. The first of these events is scheduled for December and more details on that will be released soon. I believe Trad Worker is going to be doing some of their own events as well in the Midwest or Appalachia. There won’t be another big Nationalist Front event until January or February at the earliest. In the meantime, we are going to do some of our own events which will focus on familiar themes.
We don’t need a million members to raise the question of Southern identity. What do we get out of the US Empire? What do we get out of electing weak politicians like Lindsey Graham? What happens after Trump tries and fails to Make America Great Again and our people realize there is no going back? Southern Nationalists are already playing a bigger part than ever in that conversation.
What comes next? Does the feral anti-White Left come back to power? If so, are we prepared to live under such a government which tramples all over our heritage and rights?
The specter of judicial tyranny continues its clownish march across the United States. This past week, James Edwards, host of the Memphis-based show The Political Cesspool, lost what should have been a slam-dunk defamation case. A column posted in a news outlet in Detroit (speaking of cesspools), had described Edwards as leader of the Ku Klux Klan.
The formal opinion of the court acknowledges that “there is no record evidence to suggest that Edwards holds a formal leadership position in the Ku Klux Klan, nor is there any record evidence to suggest that he is even a member…” However, it goes on to explain, “mindful of Aesop’s lesson, “A man is known by the company he keeps,” we hold that Edwards cannot make claims of defamation…”
Basically, it appears that they are using the “fake but accurate” standard of proof. Edwards is a “white advocate,” and has interviewed David Duke, so that’s close enough to count, and we need not bother ourselves with pesky facts.
In the modern US, the KKK has virtually no importance or power on the right end of the political spectrum. It primarily serves as a boogeyman for leftists, evoking horror far beyond what is warranted in 2017, often to the point of absurdity. For example, on one college campus last year, a student made a frantic report that she had witnessed a meeting of the Klan through a classroom window. After an investigation, it was determined that the suspected Klansman was nothing more than a white sheet thrown over a piece of unused lab equipment. I hear such reports regularly, and I am continually surprised by the real versus perceived influence of the KKK.
But it is precisely because of the persistent fear and disgust evoked by mention of the Klan that distinguishing the bugaboo from a reasonable, respectable, and well-intentioned white advocate is so important.
Alas, it is barely noteworthy anymore when judges make decisions based upon their “feels” and rationalize them with flimsy, quasi-legal reasoning. Donald Trump’s so-called “Muslim ban,” (which was unfortunately not anything of the kind) was struck down by a judge who basically told Donald Trump “I don’t think I like your attitude, Mister.”
A clown show, indeed. Unfortunately, it’s not funny.
A transport helicopter carrying Saudi Prince Mansour bin Muqrin has crashed near the border with Yemen. Mansour bin Muqrin and seven other officials he was travelling with has died. Mansour bin Muqrin was the son of former Crown Prince Muqrin bin Abdulaziz who was stripped of the Crown Prince title by the current King, in favour of Muhammad bin Nayef in 2015. This year, Muhammad bin Nayef himself was removed as Crown Prince in favour of the current Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman.
The world’s biggest businesses, heads of state and global figures in politics, entertainment and sport who have sheltered their wealth in secretive tax havens are being revealed this week in a major new investigation into Britain’s offshore empires. The details come from a leak of 13.4m files that expose the global environments in which tax abuses can thrive – and the complex and seemingly artificial ways the wealthiest corporations can legally protect their wealth.
According to a statement from the state-run Saudi Press Agency, the missile out of Yemen that targeted Riyadh has been called "a direct military aggresion" by Iran against Sauid Arabia, that "could rise to be considered an act of war." In response, the Saudi-led coalition has closed all Yemen's land, sea and air ports after missile targeted Riyadh.
A Yemeni missile was the least of many Saudi princes’ and billionaires’ worries last night when they found themselves detained in Riyadh’s lavish Ritz Carlton. In what Saudi officials call an “anti-corruption sweep,” authorities arrested nearly one dozen members of the royal family, business tycoons, and possibly approximately 38 more. Many of those caught up in the Saudi purges include some of the wealthiest men in the world.
Among the numerous high-profile figures arrested overnight in Saudi Arabia on “anti-corruption” charges, in addition to the shocking detention of prince Alwalaleed bin-Talal another unexpected name has emerged: that of Bakr bin Laden, chairman of Saudi Binladin Group and brother of Osama bin Laden. The Binladin Group is one of the biggest construction companies, with an annual turnover of $30 billion. It was carrying out the expansion of the Kaaba complex.
Perhaps the most shocking revelation contained in the excerpts from former DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile’s book was, unsurprisingly, buried in a Washington Post overview of the various allegations (and frankly, we’re surprised the Post, given its status as a protector of the Washington establishment, deigned to publish it).
Deposed Catalan President Carles Puigdemont has turned himself in to police in Brussels, according to local reports. Spain recently issued a European Arrest Warrant for Puigdemont as well as his fellow Catalan cabinet members for the charges of rebellion, sedition and embezzlement.
The disease, known as Marburg virus disease (MVD), is similar to Ebola and can be lethal in up to 90 per cent of cases. Emergency screening has begun at the Kenya-Uganda border in Turkana after three members of the same family died of the disease in Uganda.
Three women have accused Wall Street bigwig Howard Rubin of raping and beating them in his private dungeon—after luring them via models who vouched for him as a ‘good guy.’ The man best known for losing more money on Wall Street than anyone else before the 1987 stock market crash stands to lose $27 million more and what’s left of his reputation, if a federal court believes the allegations in an explosive new lawsuit filed against him and a gaggle of so-called conspirators in Brooklyn federal court on Thursday.
Yesterday the ruling Salman clan in Saudi Arabia executed a Night of the Long Knives cleansing the state of all potential competition. The Saudi King Salman and his son Clown Prince Mohammad bin Salman initiated a large arrest wave and purge of high ranking princes and officials. Part of this internal coup was the confiscation of huge financial estates to the advantage of the Salman clan. The earlier forced resignation of the Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri is probably related to the last night's events. The Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahoo endorsed the resignation. This guarantees that Hariri will never again be accepted in a leading role in Lebanon.
The Red Cross has uncovered several cases of fraud by officials during efforts to combat the Ebola outbreak that struck West Africa in 2014-2016, estimating losses of $6-million (5.2 million euros). In a statement, the Geneva-based International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) said it was "outraged", and said it would "ensure any staff involved are held to account."
Call to action for the Weasel Zippers family. Via NY Daily News: Christmas is coming just a little bit early this year for Jacob Thompson. The 9-year-old has a passion for penguins, Legos and “Star Wars,” but he especially loves the holiday season, his stepmother, Tara Artinyan told WXYZ. Jacob was diagnosed with Stage 4 […]
<p>Roman Polanski is a child rapist beloved by Hollywood and the entertainment industry worldwide. On October 30, he was honored at an extravaganza in Paris for his wonderful work. Polanski is accused of molesting four women—the latest of which is an actress who last month said he raped her when she was 15. Even he acknowledges that he drugged and raped a 13-year-old in the 1970s.</p>
<p>As the morning broadcast network newscasts on Friday and Saturday gave attention to former Democratic National Committee chair Donna Brazile's charge that the DNC was rigged to favor Hillary Clinton's presidential candidacy, there was a striking contrast in the way ABC's Matthew Dowd dismissed the story on Saturday whereas NBC's Chuck Todd on Friday described the revelation as a "grenade" for Democrats. The NBC host even took at jab at Barack Obama, blaming the former President for leaving the DNC's finances in such a mess.</p>
HOrrible. Via NY Post: A Belgian mother who biked for charities all over the world had to have both her legs amputated after they were severely mangled in Tuesday’s terror attack in lower Manhattan. Marion Van Reeth, 54, was one of twelve people hospitalized following the attack, along with her husband and 16-year-old-son, who both […]
When Hunter Wallace and I were organizing demonstrations at a break-neck pace all over the South in 2013 – 2015 there was really nothing like it on this side of the Atlantic. I had recently returned home to Dixie after living several years in Spain and dreaming of recreating the best aspects of the growing and well-organized nationalist movements of Europe in my country. At the time Southern Nationalism was going nowhere and was stuck in an approach which looked like it belonged in 1980, not 2013. We had almost no social media presence and our few demonstrations mostly blurred into the “Heritage Not Hate” crowd’s efforts to temporarily save Confederate flags. Hunter and I both had spent a lot of time observing and participating in Right-wing, pro-White circles in the South and happened to find each other and a small group of motivated, like-minded young men at a time of great opportunity.
The movement was basically dead after two terms of George Bush’s post-9/11 neoconservative administration followed by the rise of Barack Obama and the Ron Paul/libertarian/Austrian Economics reaction (which seemed to dominate the Right during the Kenyan-in-Chief’s first term). We had an unpopular (at least in Dixie) Black US president and a terrible economy. The conditions were ripe for a populist-nationalist movement. But the Right was confined to a self-imposed exile of economic debate and discussions of constitutionalism (especially within the context of the Tea Party movement‘s opposition to Obamacare and massive corporate bailouts). A golden opportunity was being squandered, we believed.
We made a number of changes with the support and advice of Dr. Michael Hill, president of the League of the South. Despite opposition from some older members of the League we pushed forward and built up a strong constituency within the group that sought to modernize, energize and expand the movement. We transitioned away from the Confederate flag debate and the “Heritage Not Hate” movement in order to promote a message of economic nationalism, immigration restrictionism and self-determination. We adopted the Southern Nationalist Flag and made it our main symbol for public activism to distinguish ourselves as an ethno-nationalist political movement of the present rather than a Southern heritage preservation club. This banner was attacked by the SPLC and a small number of SNs as the “Cushman Flag” but most in our movement quickly embraced it. And, in a move which predicted the rise of Alt-Right aesthetics, we worked with Patriotic Flags to adopt a black polo shirt as our official attire. This was an effort to improve our image and make us look like a serious nationalist organization. We also focused heavily on podcasts, videos, blogging and social media to organize and promote our message.
These aesthetic changes and technical modernizations were accompanied by a shift away from constitutionalism, Jeffersonianism and libertarianism in general. Though many of us came out of that tradition at some point in our development we trended strongly toward ethno-nationalism, and White racial advocacy. We spent our time writing about Fire-Eaters and figures from the Southern romantic-nationalist era (1820s through the 1860s) rather than Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and other Southern figures from the US Lockean-federalist era. Over time we embraced an expectedly pro-White message that left behind some older libertarian-leaning supporters and won us many new, younger supporters who were more motivated by stopping mass immigration than balancing the budget or eliminating the Department of Education. In general, one could say that we sought to present a professional, polishes image, employ the latest technology and strengthen our ideological position.
I was enthusiastic about our potential. We went from having almost no events to the point where it seemed that every weekend we had something taking place somewhere in Dixie. These (often small but sometimes larger) demonstrations were often led by young people and we were mostly successful in keeping the focus tightly on our message of stopping Third World immigration to help the Southern workers and save our culture. During this time Hunter, others and I were putting in lots of hours a day working online and organizing IRL activities for our growing movement. It was a pace which could not be maintained forever, but we were young, excited and believed we were making history. On a typical day then we would spend a few hours writing lengthy articles on the origins of the Golden Circle and the plantation culture of the South, record a podcast or work on a video and write shorter news articles while planning and organizing on social media for our next public demonstration.
OUR EARLY RELATIONSHIP TO THE ALT-RIGHT
The new Southern Nationalism which we helped refine and popularize grew from ideological roots going back to the 1970s and beyond. Dr. Hill, whose background as a university history professor, was influenced by the Celtic Thesis of the South which was especially important during the 1990s and later in promoting our identity as a distinct ethnicity. Many later SNs moved away from this theory (to focus more heavily on our Anglo roots) but it was influential early in our development and helped distinguish us from both US White Nationalism and mainstream Southern conservatism. Initially important as well was libertarianism and constitutionalism. This fit well with the Jeffersonian heritage of part of the Southern Right-wing and was important for distancing ourselves from the neoconservative mainstream of the Republican Party.
At the same time a broader alternative to neoconservatism was emerging. People such as Lew Rockwell, Richard Spencer, Paul Gottfried, Joseph Sobran, Steve Sailer, Justin Raimondo, Hans-Hermann Hoppe and Ron Paul impacted this movement. I was heavily influenced by these and other writers during this time and regularly posted paleo-libertarian content on Southern Nationalist Network (before gradually moving away such a focus later on). Hunter seemed less influenced by the more libertarian-leaning of these people but we and the Southern Nationalist movement were united in our opposition to neoconservatism, wars for Israel, Third World immigration and cultural liberalism. The emerging alternative Right was broad during those days and I had friends who were Ron Paul campaigners, gold bugs, anti-war activists, White Nationalists, anarcho-capitalists and paleo-conservatives. We were all on the Right but part of different traditions which opposed neoconservatism and the Bush legacy.
In many ways our direction paved the way for the Alt-Right. We adopted aesthetics which much of the Alt-Right later adopted. We were initially a mostly online movement which then moved quickly to IRL activism – a path the Alt-Right took. We had our own fierce internal debates over optics. We were early veterans of meme warfare online (I gave a presentation on The Mantra at a LS national conference and pushed slogans we adopted such as “No jihad in Tennessee,” “For the Southern people,” “It’s wrong to replace us,” and “Secede to survive”). Our most aggressive venture into meme messaging was when we raised funds for and put up billboards in Southern cities with just the word “secede” in huge, bold, black letters. This got us national and international attention and provoked a strong backlash from both Leftist and business groups. We also moved from libertarianism to economic populism and directly targeted the White working class (with slogans like “Immigration hurts Southern workers”) as Donald Trump and the Alt-Right would later do.
The new Southern Nationalism then grew during the same time as the Alt-Right was born. We were influenced by many of the same people, especially early in our development. We paved the way for many aspects of the Alt-Right in our aesthetics, activism and overall direction. We are still close to the Alt-Right. Rebel Yell is one of the biggest podcasts on The Right Stuff. Identity Dixie has become a content-producing SN network on the Alt-Right. Southern Nationalists played a huge role in Alt-Right events in Charlottesville, Pikesville and Shelbyville. In fact, Dixie is increasingly the primary territory of the Alt-Right and ground zero for the battle against shitlibs, Antifa and establishment conservatives on both the harder and softer edges of our movement.
Since I stepped away from activism to write my book (Our Southern Nation, AAP 2015) and devote my time to work and my family the Southern Nationalist movement has continued to develop. The aesthetics have remained about the same and activism has continued to be important. The harder edge has definitely prevailed within the LS. And content-producers and the less activist-centered people have gravitated towards Identity Dixie.
The Nationalist Front alliance between the League, Trad Workers and National Socialist Movement is a new development. Hunter has called this the Hard Right and explained recently:
The Hard Right has been gestating for over a year now and has evolved from Pikeville to New Orleans to Charlottesville to Shelbyville parallel to the Alt-Right. In the aftermath of Unite the Right, different groups began to move in different directions. The Alt-Lite retreated into mainstream conservatism. The MAGApedes either shuttered their rallies or held events for they could be beat up in order to play the victim on FOX News. Some in the Alt-Right decided to rebrand as “American Nationalism” whereas others decided to focus on controlled flash rallies and college tours. Meanwhile, the Hard Right wasn’t swayed by Charlottesville and decided to move forward with public rallies.
Hunter argues that “Far from winning over upper middle class normies with really impressive optics, it is the ongoing unraveling of America which is going to push those normies into our camp. At the end of the day, it is going to be either us or those people on the other side and they will line up behind our warriors, not Nick Fuentes or Spooky Ricky.” This is one approach.
When Hunter and I were organizing SN activism we attracted support from groups outside of the League because we were unique on the Right in that we were actually doing something. That said, all of our activism took place under the League banner, allowing us to tightly control our message and optics. Everything we did advanced Southern Nationalism whether we were protesting gay marriage, immigration or Marco Rubio. The solution to all the issues we were raised was Southern identity and independence. We concentrated on growing our movement. At the same time we began building positive relationships with local police and government leaders in the rural South. This clearly scared enemies such as the SPLC who reacted by lying about us and trying to convince community leaders that we were Nazi terrorists who would bring violence and chaos to their towns – which we never did.
The embrace of those with a Hollywood Nazi image is a major change in approach. It is worth considering not only the NSM’s terrible optics (their approach has long been to fly the swastika, wear LARPy uniforms and seig heil at counter-protesters) but also the ideological confusion this creates. An alliance with them does boost the number of boots on the ground at demonstrations. But at what cost? This is an alliance which was pitched to me before I stepped away from activism. I rejected it.
The future of the Southern Nationalist movement is being determined with every rally, conference, podcast and article. Its relationship to the broader Alt-Right movement in the long-term is also being determined now. There is a lot of potential for Southern Nationalism. The embrace of our tactics and much of our message by Donald Trump and the Alt-Right demonstrates this. So does the public’s positive reaction to them in the South.
I can not make decisions for the broader movement as I once helped to do. But I thought that perhaps my perspective as someone who was in a leadership position in our movement at a pivotal point in its development might be helpful to those who will determine our future.
Bush the elder voted for Hillary. Via Daily Mail: In a new biographical book out in just weeks former Presidents George W. Bush, President George H.W. Bush give scathing assessments of Donald Trump. In ‘The Last Republicans’ the father son presidential team, give their insights on politics in America. In an interview with Bush Sr. […]
Breitbart contributor and former Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-CO) gave his reaction to Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon's keynote address at the Remembrance Project National Conference in Washington, DC.
by Dr. William L. Pierce
THIS WEEK I WAS in Germany. I was there to participate in a congress of the youth division of the National Democratic Party of Germany: the NPD. I had been invited to address the congress. Now, don’t let that word “democratic” in the name of the party fool you.…
Adolf Hitler with Theodor Morell
by Revilo P. Oliver
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED a copy of a book that I overlooked for years, although it should have particularly attracted my attention. It is Adolf Hitler: the Medical Diaries, the Private Diaries of Dr. Theo Morell, edited by David Irving (London, Sidgwick…
The Republican establishment will “get blown out” if a plan is passed through the House and Senate that would give millions of illegal aliens in the United States permanent amnesty and thus a pathway to U.S. citizenship, Breitbart News Executive Chairman and former White House Chief Strategist Stephen K. Bannon says.
During a speech to American families of illegal alien crime victims, organized as The Remembrance Project, Bannon slammed efforts by House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to slip an amnesty for nearly 800,000 illegal aliens covered by the Obama-created Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program into an end-of-the-year spending bill.
You can make big moves, like the Dream Act. Or small moves, like simply neglecting the resources to actually attend to the problem. Via Conservative Tribune: A new report from conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch revealed that a federal audit found the computer system used by the Department of Homeland Security and border agents to […]
Lone wolves? Via Breitbart: Sayfullo Saipov’s neighbors and acquaintances have been coming forward to paint a portrait of the suspected New York City terrorist. One Tampa neighbor casually dropped a remarkable detail deep in a Washington Post story on Wednesday: a group of “about 30 men, young and old, gathered at Saipov’s house to pray” […]
Editor’s Note:This is my response to a recent article by Andrew Anglin and Nick Fuentes who recently did an interview with Mike Enoch.
What is the Hard Right’s strategy?
I’ve called it the cultural vanguard strategy. We’re going to hold public demonstrations, assert our values like men in the public square and go from place to place in the South and Midwest, growing stronger along the way as we attract and gather more angry, alienated, disaffected White Americans.
The goal is to smash the existing taboos with blunt force and create polarizing social media spectacles. We’re going to normalize pro-White activism. This is what we set out to do in Charlottesville. The reason that Charlottesville was so powerful is because of the number of people who showed up. Unite the Right wasn’t a bad idea. We simply picked the wrong location to do it.
Why does the Hard Right hold rallies?
In order to be taken seriously, we have to be a real world movement, not a bunch of anonymous shitposters online indulging in a fantasy of revolutionary change. I said that Charlottesville was going to be the greatest triggering of all time. It was even more triggering than I thought it would be. The reaction to Charlottesville was unlike the reaction to all previous events because we demonstrated power.
By coming together in the real world, we create bonds of trust and solidarity which simply can’t be formed on the internet. We take people who have been converted to our ideas and make them invested in our cause. It isn’t enough to raise awareness. We’ve got to go beyond that. We also generate massive publicity which attracts the attention of new people who simply didn’t know that our movement exists.
Should we hold rallies on private property?
This isn’t a bad idea.
Before Unite the Right, we talked about holding a Whitestock type of event on private property. We simply didn’t have the time to do something like that in Shelbyville and so we put it off until 2018. It is something the Hard Right is going to do and it is already in the planning stages.
The private property event minimizes concerns about doxxing and violence. If Antifa tried to disrupt Whitestock, they could be arrested for trespassing. It is a good idea and something that works for softer supporters who are new and unprepared to stand with us on the frontlines. It accomplishes the goal of creating greater trust and cohesion. We’re not going to be taken seriously though as a closeted movement. If you don’t really mean it, you’re going to be ignored.
In the future, we will hold private property events in conjunction with our public rallies. We did this in Pikeville. In Shelbyville, we had a meeting at a state park.
I’m afraid of public rallies.
The Hard Right isn’t afraid of public rallies.
I’ve participated in over 30 rallies and Charlottesville was the exception, not the rule. It turned out that way because the police stood down and didn’t do their jobs. This was a failure of the local government. We’re simply going to avoid places like that or hold controlled flash rallies there. Unfortunately, we picked the single most liberal spot in the entire South to hold Unite the Right.
In Kentucky, Louisiana, Virginia and Tennessee, the rallies we had there generated a lot of publicity. It roiled the area and the state which was a good thing. The aim of Richard Spencer’s college tour is to do something similar. It stirs up an area and draws attention to our movement.
We can pass out fliers.
This is a good activity for softer supporters.
I’m not going to countersignal fliers. We’re going to start doing fliers ourselves. It is an action though that mainly generates local publicity. The opposition covered Auburn in fliers.
We should hold targeted flash rallies.
In Shelbyville, we planned to hold a flash rally at the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ in Antioch. The idea was to do a candlelight march, say a prayer at the church, lay a wreath and mourn our dead to show our love of our people. Unfortunately, a reporter leaked and Louisville Antifa caught wind of it. The last thing we wanted was a brawl with those idiots at a church and so we had to cancel the event.
I think private property events and flash rallies are a good idea. In Shelbyville, we originally planned to hold a private property event and flash rally in conjunction with our White Lives Matter public rallies. We can get stronger numbers when we do this in conjunction with public rallies. The catch with flash rallies is that you limit turnout to people who are already members of your organization. They also don’t have the same effect unless you come with significant numbers or target a very symbolic location.
Charlottesville 3.0 is a good example of this. The Identity Evropa flash rally earlier in the day at the Jefferson Memorial didn’t generate much attention. Going back to Lee Park had symbolic value. It was a charged location and a story which is why that flash rally got as much attention as it did.
There are three paths to a successful fascist revolution: military coup, foreign invasion, elections
This is false.
It might be true of fascist revolutions in Europe and South America. It isn’t true of American history. There have been two revolutions in American history and both were the culmination of intense polarization: the American Revolution, which separated the United States from Canada and the British West Indies, and the War Between the States, which separated the Confederacy from the Union in 1861.
The Southern fire eaters never created a mass movement in the 1840s and 1850s. They never took power in elections either. Instead, they helped to dissolve the Union as a cultural vanguard by fanning the flames of polarization. They intensified sectional conflict to the point that the two-party system broke down and the “irrepressible conflict” took on its own momentum after Bleeding Kansas.
“Our new government is founded upon exactly the opposite idea; its foundations are laid, its corner- stone rests, upon the great truth that the negro is not equal to the white man; that slavery subordination to the superior race is his natural and normal condition. This, our new government, is the first, in the history of the world, based upon this great physical, philosophical, and moral truth. This truth has been slow in the process of its development, like all other truths in the various departments of science. It has been so even amongst us. Many who hear me, perhaps, can recollect well, that this truth was not generally admitted, even within their day. The errors of the past generation still clung to many as late as twenty years ago. …”
The key phrase here is “errors of the past generation.”
The conflict with the Yankee opened the Southern mind to new ideas. Confederate nationalism was a blend of old Republican states’ rights theory, ethnic nationalism, 19th century racial science, and especially the rise of romanticism and honor culture. Greece, Rome and Medieval Europe were an inspiration to the slave-holding Confederacy as it shed itself of the leveling ideology of the American Revolution.
We should be investing our time in electoral politics.
A year ago, General Bannon succeeded in his nationalist populist revolution. Trump was poised to MAGA … or so we thought. Fastforward a year later and the GOP Congress has unanimously condemned us, Trump signed the Charlottesville resolution and we are debating tax cuts.
The result of investing all our time in electoral politics was returning the same people to power with the same ideas and the same polices. The first thing that Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush did was tax cuts. The phrase “Make America Great Again” was used by Reagan in 1980.
Did Ronald Reagan’s landslide victories Make America Great Again? Did George HW Bush who presided over the creation of the New World Order? How about the 8 years of George W. Bush? What about the Tea Party? Finally, what has changed as a result of MAGA? Nothing has changed.
Republicans are doing what they always do. They run on cultural issues like gay marriage (2004) and illegal immigration (2016). Once they get in power, it is nothing but favors for banks, large donors, corporations, etc. That’s why Gary Cohn of Goldman Sachs became Trump’s top economic adviser. Doing the Tea Party over again and replacing one crop of cucks with another will change nothing.
Charlie Christ was establishment. Marco Rubio was Tea Party. Nikki Haley who took down the Confederate flag in South Carolina was also Tea Party. Many of the worst cucks in Congress have been there for only one term like Ben Sasse, Thom Tillis, Cory Gardner and James Lankford.
What are we talking about now under Trump?
THEY ARE CONDUCTING MANHUNTS for a posting a piece of paper that says "It's okay to be white"… Are we living in a totalitarian dystopia? pic.twitter.com/lr19MvQvFQ
We have people in hoodies and masks taping a piece of paper that says “It’s Okay To Be White” to doors of buildings. What does that say about conservatism? Does it say we are on the verge of Making America Great Again or rather does it say it has come to this after 50 years of conservatism?
Yes, it has come to this because decades of electoral victories which haven’t amounted to anything for us. The DOW Jones is doing great and someone, somewhere in a nice mansion in the Hamptons is making a lot of money. Wealthy people can look forward to a big tax cut. We’re not going to waste our time to advance the careers of more cucks who are just going to spit on us and call us ethnonationalist losers.
We should embrace Americanism and Americana?
I’ve already chronicled the history of this poisonous, destructive civic nationalist ideology which for the past 200 years has pushed the extremes of liberty and equality under democracy to its logical conclusion, undermining our culture and shredding the social fabric of our nation. By the 2000s, Americanism had been reduced to sportsball, jingoism, commercialism and the decaying universalism of liberal ideology. There isn’t a liberal democracy anywhere which isn’t dying like the United States.
Americanism has been a Star Spangled cancer for the White race.
The present controversy over shopping and sportsball isn’t a symptom of the strength of Americanism. On the contrary, it represents something that is clearly dying, as the remaining pathetic pillars of our national identity succumb to an intensification of our cultural polarization. We’ve lived to see the demise of Joe Six Pack and Sally Soccermom and big box stores which so many of us remember from the 2000s.
There is a strain of Duginism in the Alt-Right
As with the antebellum South in the 1850s, the perceived failure of Americanism is causing disaffected White Americans to explore new cultural currents. In the Confederacy, this took the form of 19th century racial science and the culture of honor which had been inspired by Sir Walter Scott’s novels. The transatlantic conveyor belt of ideas never stopped with the American Revolution.
These people want to destroy America
America is going to fall apart as a result of its own civic nationalist ideology. When you base a nation on abstract ideas and the notion that a country can be a miniature United Nations, the result will be that “Americans” (these being people who have the right documents and who stand with two legs on our Magic Dirt) will fight bitterly over ideas and all other sources of division.
Is cornball Americana really the best way to go? Who are we trying to appeal to anyway? Let me guess … the eternal normie conservative. Fuentes thinks we should spend all our time pandering to blue collar Catholic voters in Janesville, WI. We don’t have any confidence in reforming the system. Instead, we need tough and hard people which break the taboos and force the issue into the public square because there aren’t any politicians who are going to do so.
We need to be a united political movement
To do … WHAT?
Do we need to be united to not talk about race and advance the careers of Josh Mandel and Joy Villa for they can get elected to Congress and MAGA? How did all these based minorities like Tim Scott and Nikki Haley work out for us? What is there to gain by propping up conservatism with memes? Is there a single one of those cucks who was strong enough to vote against the Charlottesville resolution?
I’ve already explained the main three reasons: draw attention to refugee resettlement and the Emanuel Samson church shooting, turn the page on Charlottesville by holding a peaceful event and foster cohesion and solidarity within our own coalition. In addition, we wanted to show the world that not everyone had backed down after Charlottesville, and that the Hard Right is here to stay.
I’m having problems understanding the message you were trying to send
No one else had this problem. The message was #WhiteLivesMatter. It trended all day on Twitter in the United States. It wouldn’t have happened otherwise. Also, the event was known throughout Tennessee as “White Lives Matter,” and the major headline was “White Lives Matter Rally Ends Peacefully.”
Your optics were terrible
We’re not trying to reach the same audience.
The Hard Right optic we are going for is “I don’t want to fuck with those guys.” Those guys look like the sort of people who will kick my ass, not fix my computer. I’m worried about all these violent leftists that I see on television. I want to join a pack of wolves, not go to CPAC.
Did Tyler Durden want to become the wage cuck Narrator in Fight Club?
Normies want to escape from their boring, meaningless lives. They don’t want to be reminded of their workplace. This is a big theme in movies and television shows in popular culture.
Of all the optics we can choose from in popular culture, why pick the most boring, banal one out there? Why pick the aesthetics of The Office or cornball Americana?
The news coverage was bad
No, the news coverage really wasn’t that bad considering. The headline was “White Lives Matter Rally Ends Peacefully.” There was far more negative coverage on Twitter. The Tennessean and New York Times stories were pretty good and much fairer than what I saw elsewhere.
We’ve seen this with conservatism. This guy is to the right of me and has said something controversial. I disavow, I disavow … leave me alone. I don’t think we are going to get anywhere by policing our associations, weak optics and showing lack of confidence in our ideas to pander to normies. The weakest approach of all is to not even be explicitly White and get coopted into conservatism.
What is the tactical value of holding rallies?
You’re talking about us, right?
This will hurt anyone running for office
Are any of these people going to embrace White identity politics? The answer is no. That’s a ball we are going to have to move by ourselves as a movement. As things stand today, Trump talks about every group out there except the Whites whose votes he knows that he can take for granted.
I just can’t get behind all this European stuff
Torch marches are not European stuff. They used to be commonplace in the South. The same is true of White identity politics. We used to have more interesting politics before conservatism. Suppose we did something like whar Golden Dawn does every January in Greece. Who would the country be talking about? Would it be something like this or a piece of paper?
Note: I hope our next event doesn’t give these people a heart attack!
Antifa protests were held today against Trump, America, capitalism, white privilege, etc. were held in at least 20 cities across the USA.
Owen Shroyer from Infowars.com went out to the Austin, Texas Antifa rally to cover the event in front of Austin City Hall.
According to Schroyer the antifa rally was a REAL DUD!
Owen Shroyer: Refuse Fascism launched their big protest nationwide and that is to end the Trump-Pence regime. It was nationwide. They spent millions of dollars on this. They bought full page ads in The New York Times. Today rolls around and it’s a dud. Here in Austin you had about 30 Trump protesters. You had about 50 police officers protecting them. And then you had about 200 or more Trump supporters out here – waving flags, American flags, Gadsden flags. Talking to one another, having a good time, singing the National Anthem (while standing!).
This is another excellent video by reporter Owen Shroyer.
Here is a shot of the counter protesters at today’s Trump rally. The Trump supporters were carrying the US flags.
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