The Hoopla About the “Alt-Right”

This may vaguely resemble Ann Coulter’s idea of the Alt Right.

by Hadding Scott

IN RECENT YEARS I have paid less and less attention to what goes on in White nationalism generally, or what is now known as the “alt-right.” Whether White nationalism and the “alt-right” are the same thing, or different things, I cannot tell. Some people think that they are the same thing. Others deny it.

I first heard the term “alt-right” a few years ago. For me the term had some connotations. The word alternative has a positive connotation for some people in a certain age-group, because of “alternative music” or “alternative dance-music” that some preferred to the music played on radio-stations in the 80s and 90s. This alternative music, incidentally, usually exhibited less Negro influence than the music in the pop-charts. Thus it seems that the “alt-right” was supposed to be a better form of right-wing politics, for the cool White kids.

But why invent a new term at all? Are there really any new political orientations that have not been labeled?

No, of course not. A new label is invented to escape stereotyping. It’s the same reason that Blackwater Security keeps changing its name. Nobody wants to be called racist or White supremacist, because the mass-media always represent racists and White supremacists in a negative way. (Racism and White supremacy, by the way, were not always universally considered derogatory terms.) Most people prefer to do things the easy way. So, rather than try to fight the stereotype, one chooses a new label.

I have never used the term “alt-right” to refer to myself, because I thought it was too vague. I have never been eager to participate in fads, which is how the use of that term appeared to me. Also, as a National-Socialist, my position is a synthesis of what are normally regarded as left and right. To say that I am on the right would not be entirely accurate.

Most people are not going to know from the name just what the “alt-right” is. Because the term has no instantly clear meaning, its intended meaning is easily missed or distorted.

When Steve Bannon told a Jewish reporter for Mother Jones that Breitbart was a “platform for the alt-right,” he offered a rather vague notion of what this might mean:

“Our definition of the ‘alt-right’ is younger people who are anti-globalists, very nationalist, terribly anti-establishment.” [S. Posner, Mother Jones, 22 August 2016]

Mother Jones of course did not fail to inform readers of the term’s inextricable association with White nationalism. Bannon has subsequently declared that Breitbart had “zero tolerance” for “racial and anti-Semitic” views.

Ann Coulter, on the other hand, has recently said that her idea of the Alt Right is: teenagers who discovered that it is fun to be called racist.

This is not at all the impression given by Richard Spencer’s panel of “alt-right” luminaries — Peter Brimelow, Kevin MacDonald, Jared Taylor, et al. — at a press-conference on 19 November 2016. They are all uptight about being called racist. When a reporter asked if they were racist, instead of boldly saying, “Yes, we are racists,” they objected to it. Jared Taylor said that the word racist was pejorative (obviously not having read René Binet’s Theory of Racism). So, it is clear that these luminaries, who are supposed to represent the “alt-right,” are in fact less radical than the “teenagers” that Ann Coulter thinks really are the “alt-right.”

When a reporter mentioned Andrew Anglin and The Daily Stormer, Peter Brimelow (a former employee of National Review) felt obliged to stipulate that Anglin was not a member of the “alt-right” at all, but “a flat-out Neo-Nazi,”meaning that there was some important difference between Anglin and the “alt-right.”

This really puzzled me, because it is not at all clear, from a strictly political perspective, that these “alt-right” luminaries share goals not shared by Andrew Anglin. The differences between MacDonald and Taylor alone are huge. MacDonald focuses entirely on Jews, while Taylor tries never to focus on Jews. If they are in one boat together, it is a broadly pro-White boat. It does not seem tenable to assert that they are in one movement together while Andrew Anglin is in a different one — if it is strictly a matter of politics.

It is obviously not a matter of politics. There are other reasons why they find the association with Anglin embarrassing. Basically, he is running a sensationalist tabloid in the form of a blog, and he is catering to a young audience, and, perhaps most importantly, he does not avoid taboos that these respectable luminaries assiduously shun, starting with the very name of his blog. Just as these worthies fled from the word racism, they flee from that association. Pretending that there was a huge political gulf between the “alt-right” and The Daily Stormer was a way of escaping this embarrassment. It is bourgeois respectability that is at stake here.

This is at the opposite extreme from Ann Coulter’s impression of what the “alt-right” is.

I was dismayed to hear Spencer say that the “alt-right” is interested in “the conservative revolution in Germany.” The “Revolutionary Conservatives” were a tiny political movement that had very little effect. Whatever useful ideas they produced were subsumed under National-Socialism. The most famous of them, Hermann Rauschning, was a traitor. When people say that they are interested in the Revolutionary Conservatives, it tells me that they have some inhibition about showing an interest in National-Socialism, which was obviously a much more important movement. It is a way of maintaining distance from Hitler, which means that Richard Spencer is still under the influence of Holocaust-propaganda. Spencer’s professed admiration for the French New Right — Benoist, Faye, Steuckers — likewise  represents a retreat from taboo, because these men generally avoid discussing Jews. Bourgeois respectability, bourgeois inhibition, still at work.

It must have been like the Earth crumbling beneath them, therefore, when Tila Tequila and two young men at the conference were photographed giving a Roman salute. All those pains taken to avoid being called racist, and to avoid association with The Daily Stormer, only to have this happen. (It has since been determined that the two males photographed giving a Roman salute with Tila Tequila are Jews.)

If Richard Spencer and his friends are not even able to control the behavior of people attending NPI’s conferences, they are certainly not going to be able to control the use of the term “alt-right.”

Ultimately, because there is no control over what “alt-right” can mean and who calls himself “alt-right,” the term will continue to be stretched and distorted until it becomes entirely useless, or even a liability for some who have conspicuously applied the term to themselves. That process surely accelerated recently, when the term acquired importance as the object of so much attention.

Now, Spencer’s National Policy Institute is a different matter. That is an organization. Its goals and membership can be defined by its leadership. Good luck to Richard Spencer on that. I just hope that NPI’s proposals will be as radical and thorough as our situation requires.

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Source: National-Socialist Worldview

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  1. 26 November, 2016 at 10:40 pm — Reply

    When I wrote this article I had seen the question-and-answer session with news-media, but had not yet seen Spencer’s speech, the event’s finale. Spencer himself, drink in hand, did not exactly discourage the kind of behavior seen in the photo, although he said that he was saying some things “half-jokingly.” He later said that Roman salutes were made in a spirit of exuberance and irony.

    It seems that his conduct was influenced by the devil-may-care Internet hellraisers that Ann Coulter thinks are the real Alt Right.

    If Spencer’s mentor had been William Pierce instead of Paul Gottfried, he would not have done that. (Not to say that Gottfried the Jewish academic encouraged such behavior, only that Dr. Pierce, based on his long experience with racial organizations, would have emphatically discouraged it.) Certainly it did not help NPI’s chances of being taken seriously as the think-tank that it is supposed to be.

    • 27 June, 2019 at 3:40 pm — Reply

      HADDING SCOTT: ..If Spencer’s mentor had been William Pierce instead of Paul Gottfried, he would not have done that…

      Hadding, this Jew “expert” on extremism supposed in the generally anti-White The Atlantic magazine a couple of years ago that Spencer’s alt-right can be traced to Dr. Pierce’s novel. That’s a good one, eh? Maybe his mentor wasn’t Gottfried. :o}

      Alt History
      How a self-published, racist novel changed white nationalism and inspired decades of violence
      J.M. BERGER
      SEPTEMBER 16, 2016

      Before there was an alt-right, there was The Turner Diaries…
      White nationalist Richard B. Spencer moved the bar even further with the latest iteration of white identity politics, creating the “Alternative Right” website in 2010, the seed of the broader movement is now known as the alt right. Even more amorphous than its predecessors, the alt right includes a variety of anti-social attitudes, including racism, misogyny and religious bigotry, offering many points of entry for new adherents who are frustrated with some aspect of society or politics. Many who identify with the alt right continue to promote the white genocide theme.

      While it would be a mistake to credit The Turner Diaries for the entirety of this transition in white nationalism, the novel demonstrated how to successfully leverage racial fears and resentments in the service of violence, without a call to a specific ideology, and the book remains widely influential today.

      While Turner is rightly infamous for the violence it has inspired, most notably in Oklahoma City, its impact on the shape of white nationalism—and the movement’s current resurgence—is an equal part of its dark legacy.

      • 27 June, 2019 at 9:14 pm — Reply

        “… the novel demonstrated how to successfully leverage racial fears and resentments in the service of violence, without a call to a specific ideology….”

        What Berger wrote there is ridiculous bunk. It’s like saying that J.D. Sallinger wrote Catcher in the Rye because he wanted to turn people into random assassins.

        The influence of The Turner Diaries and the personal influence of Dr. Pierce are two very different things. In his novels Dr. Pierce cut loose and did the things that he would not do, and advised others not to do, in real life. This is one of the uses of fiction, to experience a freedom of action that the intersection of prudence and reality does not allow. Dr. Pierce as a person always counseled prudence.

        But Berger’s characterization of the Alt Right as essentially violent is also wrong. This is the Big Jewish Lie about Charlottesville, that people considering themselves Alt Right went there conspiring to engage in violence while the Antifa were innocent victims. It’s roughly the opposite of the truth. Berger wrote that article a year before Charlottesville, but it’s the template that they applied.

        There was a prediction by some of our Jewish enemies that the suppression of mass-demonstrations by the Alt Right would produce frustration and eruptions of violence by scattered individuals, like the synagogue-shootings in Pittsburgh and Poway. It seems to be what they wanted. But that is not the Alt Right. That is what happens when the Alt Right’s freedom of expression is denied.

  2. James Clayton
    27 November, 2016 at 8:47 am — Reply

    The term is a broad brush. But then too many who bill themselves as professors of criminal justice are the usual suspects.

    The WASHINGTON POST piece has been read aloud more than once on talk radio.

  3. James Clayton
    27 November, 2016 at 10:30 pm — Reply

    Some of you may recall the politically correct-at-the-time term, “gook,” ostensibly to make it more pallatable to those in-country to kill them. Is it me, or do there seem to be a lot of noodle joints around, these days?

    Thien Thanh Thi Nguyen, a.k.a., Tila Tequila

    28 November, 2016 at 4:27 pm — Reply

    I have no time for cowards. I am a racist and I am proud to be a racist. When anyone calls me a racist I say (in a posh and well-spoken voice) of course I am and what are you going to do about it?

    The late and great Dr William Luther Pierce spoke about this very subject in his broadcast of December 22, 2001 – “Labels.” He highlighted the fact that labels are used to intimidate people into silence. Cowards are very easy to intimidate as shown by the recent behaviour of Brimelow, Taylor and MacDonald. Anyone who highlights differences based on race must by definition be a racist.

    At this point it is worth recalling the ignoble words of the great communist piece of filth Lenin and I quote

    “We can and must write in a language which sows among the masses hate, revulsion and scorn towards those who disagree with us” – end of quote.

    In 1943 a communist party directive said and I quote

    “Members and front organizations must continually embarrass and discredit and degrade our enemies. When obstructionists become too irritating label them as fascist, Nazi or anti-Semitic. Constantly associate those who oppose us with those names which already have a bad smell. The association will, after enough repetition, become ‘fact’ in the public mind” – end of quote.

    Cowards will always be cowards – it is hard-wired in their genes. We need men and women of valour who will not shy away from labels – Brimelow, Taylor and MacDonald are not courageous men.

    • James Clayton
      29 November, 2016 at 7:33 am — Reply

      There’s certainly nothing in the above article, or the man’s own behavior that I’ve seen, to indict Kevin MacDonald, except perhaps the necessity of meeting and appearing with lesser men. He writes in his given rather than an assumed or cutesy name. When, probably 12 years ago, I had dinner in Willis Carto’s home, he had three books on his coffee table and commended them as among the most important work of the 20th century: Those were Kevin MacDonald’s. Having read as much of MacDonald as I’ve been able, I’m inclined to agree, because it is truly authoritative, well-researched, and particularly meticuliously documented.

      • Thomas Plaster
        2 September, 2017 at 2:05 pm — Reply

        James Clayton: Additionally, Kevin MacDonald was a member of academia. Talking about preaching against the enemy while a member of the enemy’s choir. I don’t know how long he last there.

        Today he would be physically assaulted and the college administration would say something about how they know where the anger (of assailants) comes from, or the school stands firm in support of the assailants protest rights. Or some such drivel.

        I’ve listened to many of MacDonald’s talks on youtube, for what that is worth, and he doesn’t sound as if he is apologetic.

        • 2 September, 2017 at 6:03 pm — Reply

          Kevin MacDonald is retired.

          I think that what “WHITE WARRIOR” says, calling MacDonald, Brimelow, and Taylor “cowards,” is too strong. No question, these men have rendered some valuable service, but I also see a deficiency of radicalism in these old guys that doesn’t seem to be getting better.

          MacDonald’s big, glaring fault for some time now has been what seems to be a paralyzing fear of Holocaust Revisionism. When someone recently asked his opinion, he called it “the third rail,” i.e., if you touch it, you die. He seems unable to discuss the matter intelligently or to admit that the Revisionists have some valid points, which is remarkable for an expert on Jews who is also pro-White. And did you know that he now has two Jews writing for TOO? Our evolutionary enemies are now writing articles for us on a blog that is mainly devoted to criticizing them. These are things that make no sense to me.

    • Truthweed
      28 June, 2019 at 6:20 pm — Reply

      So Lenin promoted Hate-speech? Shocking. Naughty Lenin also said:

      “Our power does not know liberty or justice. It is entirely predicated on the destruction of the individual will.”

      He also said

      “Through a reign of terror during which every lie and breach of contract will be lawful, and every cruelty a merit, we will find a way to abase humanity down to its lowest level of existence. That is indispensable to our victory”. (see Epperson’s ‘The Unseen Hand.’)

  5. Austro Hungarian
    29 November, 2016 at 2:22 pm — Reply

    The fellow who started the salutes at NPI is Mike Enoch, the top broadcaster at The Daily Shoah. They have over 80,000 downloads every week, and their shows regularly run to three hours. And yet from interacting with their fans on various sites across the internet (not on their forum, of which I am not a member), I am convinced that only 1 in 20 has ever bothered to listen to even a single 20-minute broadcast of Dr. Pierce. There are a few edgy youngsters with long attention spans who have listened to all his Dissident Voices, but they are very few indeed.

    While I will grudgingly agree with alt-righters when they say that youth and humor have made a difference in their recent reach, they are not as popular as they think. They think that Jew-blind deracinated poor whites finally waking up to their economic interests enough to vote for Trump proves that the Alt Right is on the way up.

    Dr. Pierce was building online radio until interrupted by the fatum ultimum that comes to us all. I suspect that had he not be taken from us, he’d be getting 80,000 downloads a week, himself. And without any of these undisciplined shenanigans.

  6. Mad Infidel
    1 December, 2016 at 9:04 am — Reply

    Austro Hungarian your assessment seems pretty spot on. Now I have been involved with the movement since the Summer of Hate of 88 in one fashion or another and at that particular time I really wish we would have had the internet access that the kids of the Alt-Right now have access to.
    You are correct that they truly believe themselves to be more influential than they truly are and in fact if it wouldn’t have been for the never Trumpers and the Left throwing the title out there post election, I doubt many Joe Sixpacks would even know the term. However, they do seem to produce numbers on the Daily Stormer of rather large proportions and one of my concerns is that they have attached themselves with the Republican party to in some way give themselves credibility and this is a mistake of huge proportions in my opinion.
    They also seem to feel that Trump in some way is Anti-Semitic and that he will follow a pattern of behavior that will in some way prove this which is laughable. In my opinion if a number of prominent Jews support a candidate, he is truly not one of us as he would have easily made enemies by now. Not to mention if Trump has no anti-Semitism at his daughter’s bedroom door, a person would be a fool to think that he in some way will take a stand against their stranglehold over the US government.
    In some ways I have great respect for the young that are getting involved in the movement but they have failed to study the sometimes failed attempts of people going before them in this struggle. Case in point, I recently got into a bit of a verbal scuffle over Alex of VNN fame as many there tend to put him upon a pedestal due to his being the first website that brought them knowledge concerning the plight of our Race. When I brought to their attention the fact that Glenn Miller was totally embraced by VNN and had in fact be in charge of newspaper distribution it seemed to fall on deaf ears. While often throwing out Lane’s quotes, or shouting hail Robert Matthews, they seem to have little concern over those who snuggled up to the traitor that helped to bring the Order down, and in my opinion this speaks volumes to their ability to survive in the long haul of this most important of battles. I truly have seen how compromise will get us nowhere, and the time is too short for us to take half measures in my opinion. We owe a debt of the highest order to Dr. Pierce for the education he has brought to many of us.

    • 1 December, 2016 at 9:38 am — Reply

      As I understand most of the attendees at the NPI conference on 19 November were from the Internet troll-armies. You think that they have some false impressions about Trump, but they definitely have some false impressions about Richard Spencer.

      Just because he said “Hail Victory!” and raised his arm, they came away with the impression that he was some kind of national-socialist. Andrew Anglin wrote that Spencer had “named the Jew.” No, sorry, he did not — not even once. Meanwhile they also don’t realize that Paul Gottfried edited Spencer’s periodical last year. Richard Spencer’s NPI is paleoconservatism pretending to be national-socialism through the use of dog-whistles. Not that NPI is bad, but it is not the radical racist organization that many seem to think it is.

      As for Frazier Glenn Miller, he is certainly a flawed individual but it is totally false to say that he “helped to bring the Order down.” Glenn Miller testified at the Fort Smith Mass-Sedition Trial, where not one person was convicted. Then he testified about the Shelby pornographic bookstore killings, where again no convictions resulted. That’s all. You got some bad information from somewhere.

  7. Mad Infidel
    1 December, 2016 at 11:38 am — Reply

    I received my information directly from Richard Scutari eye to eye. That’s all I will ever need. I will also choose to take David Lane’s word for it as well as he has written quite extensively concerning the subject prior to his death. I am not trying to be negative or in any way trying to promote conflict, but I will choose to take Rich’s opinion over the matter as he was not only there but is paying the price as I write this.

  8. James Clayton
    1 December, 2016 at 4:29 pm — Reply

    Hearsay is still hearsay. Rockwell recruited many flawed individuals because they had less to lose, weren’t as frightened, were willing to call a spade a nigger, not to mention this naming the Jew. I’m flawed myself. And this is what the public, not to mention many without actual experience, consider national socialism:

    This is the sort of thing I prefer to recall when I think of a man, flawed or not, who made sacrifices for us:

    Because of his next-door neighbor, I spoke with “George,” when his headquarters was on Randolph, probably in 1966. I recall that I liked him but didn’t understand what he was trying to accomplish or why. My sense was, after listening to his 1967 talk at UCLA, that there are a lot of people we’re going to miss, like we miss Dr. Pierce, and– if there’s no point to it– I think we should leave the mud slinging to the mass media of so called news and entertainment.

    According to Walt Disney (Song of the South),
    Br’er Rabbit’s mother’s advice was that, if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all

    Otherwise, what I guess I’d like to actually see specific testimony provided that caused anyone to go to jail. Not the opinion of one in jail, secondhand. There must be a transcript out there somewhere.

    What I like about this thread and probably this site, thus far, is that I haven’t seen much tolerance for ostensible slander. And that’s probably because some reading these posts have experienced it hurting all of us by association. Would that Mr. Strom got back in the saddle sooner, for example.

    • 4 December, 2016 at 4:23 pm — Reply

      James Clayton: Br’er Rabbit’s mother’s advice was that, if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.

      That with a twist: “If you can’t say something nice about somebody, you must be talking about Hillary Clinton.”

  9. Mad Infidel
    1 December, 2016 at 4:39 pm — Reply

    I’m not going to sit here and throw mud, but yes I will take Scutari’s word over yes, yours. I read your post and it basically sounds to me that it was ok for Miller to testify. We are done here. As far as slander against Miller is concerned I anxiously await the idiot who can dispute me with factual evidence.

  10. James Clayton
    1 December, 2016 at 5:08 pm — Reply

    Hey, I don’t have a dog in this fight. I’m just saying that I don’t know what Miller said and you may or, then again, maybe you don’t. And I don’t know if he was given any kind of a deal to testify. However, I agree with Uncle Remus and Tom Metzger, that it may be better to say nothing at all. Wish this was a better copy of the long version of the classic Five Words video:

  11. Mad Infidel
    1 December, 2016 at 5:25 pm — Reply

    Ok, last attempt and perhaps it will encourage you to educate yourself further, and yes you have a dog in this fight and it matters not if you realize it. First of all the five words has not a thing to do with the warning given and quite frankly owed to those younger in the Cause concerning traitors. Perhaps you may like to speak further with Tom and he will gladly back up my story and claims concerning Miller.
    The five words has nothing to due with comrades but law enforcement. AS far as Rich is concerned, he is a friend and I know what he has done for this movement and it might be helpful to do a little research on exactly the huge amount of money that the Order provided to many organizations including the one you have your butt parked on. You see this isn’t a gray area at all, but a either or. As far as Rockwell is concerned, I am not knowledgeable enough to speak upon it. It would be as if I picked a name from a dedication in the book Hunter as my own, I would look like a fool.

    • 2 December, 2016 at 5:22 pm — Reply

      Mr. Scutari and Mr. Miller are both long time friends of mine and both hold Dr. Pierce in the highest regard. They both endorse the current National Alliance. Hadding Scott and Tom Metzger are also friends. We all have our disagreements on this or on that, but differences aside we all read from the same bottom line on the same page, including Glenn Miller, the man, whatever his screwups, that I will always credit with getting me fully activated for the cause more than 30 years ago: race preservation, renewal and advancement.

      The National Alliance, after more than a decade of decline after the death of its founder, is renewed and is now the same serious adult movement today that Dr. Pierce founded and built; and Ann Coulter described the big tent Alt Right crowd correctly: childish.

      Richard wrote this for our August 2016 NA BULLETIN after he’d learned that we had finally successfully defended against a destructive $2 million lawsuit:

      Right now the National Alliance is in the best hands it could be in to save and continue on with Dr. Pierce’s legacy.

      We are proud to have Richard’s endorsement. His address, for those who would like to drop him some words of encouragement:

      Richard Scutari #34840-080
      FCI Pollock
      POB 4050
      Pollock, LA 71467

      Ask Richard which organization he recommends our people support.

  12. Mad Infidel
    4 December, 2016 at 8:59 am — Reply

    ” The information on rat Miller is going out to all. It will be interesting to make note of which individuals of influence beyond, which organizations give their support to Miller’s vision of 2005 or any of his other endeavors. Regardless of how good Miller’s rhetoric may sound, it does not change the fact that he has proven himself to be an enemy to our 14 Word Cause. All who side with Miller are giving aid and comfort to a enemy of our 14 Word Cause. To hell with Miller and to hell with them! Our night of the long knives will be a busy one.”
    Richard Scutari from Unbroken Warrior
    SO by all means continue your course.

  13. 4 December, 2016 at 3:18 pm — Reply

    Who is “siding with Miller,” Mad Infidel? Not I. He will die on death row if he’s not put to death first. The only people giving aid and comfort to Glenn Miller at this point are his wife and children and grandchildren, if that’s all right with you. They are not my enemies nor are they enemies of your 14 Word Cause.

    I have discussed Miller with Richard Scutari and he understands my position on him as my early mentor in 1985, if you do not. The Order men sure appreciated him back then, along with Pierce and Metzger and a few others that they allegedly gave money to.

    Since you quote from his book, it might interest you to know that Mr. Scutari has asked me to write a new chapter for the re-release of Unbroken Warrior. A pdf of the first edition of that book is available, but I’m unable to attach it here.

    Let us try to get things back on topic: all this goddamned hoopla about the half-baked Alt-Right fad.

  14. James Clayton
    5 December, 2016 at 7:42 am — Reply

    Is there a hyperlink or e-mail address for the source of the portable document file of Mr. Scutari’s book, please?

  15. Mad Infidel
    5 December, 2016 at 9:51 am — Reply

    Well, I will talk with Rich about it, wonder if he knows he came out of retirement. AS far as I’m concerned anyone who would follow not only a rat but a race mixer is no better than the same.

    • 5 December, 2016 at 11:35 am — Reply

      MI: I will talk with Rich about it, wonder if he knows he came out of retirement.

      What troublemaker brought Richard “out of retirement” in a discussion of the Alt-Right?

      When you talk to Richard ask him if he received the books I mailed to him the second time last month after they had been rejected by the Pollock FCI the first time I’d mailed them, OK? I had to cite to the Warden of that facility his own Rule Book to get him to reverse his imperious mailroom clerk’s spiteful decision to reject and return to us our perfectly legitimate gift to Richard.

      I caught the smarmy Jew Marc Ginsberg on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal this morning. He was asked what he thought of the Alt-Right crowd, and he said he calls them the Alt-Nazis. View the anti-White interview here:

  16. 5 December, 2016 at 10:17 am — Reply

    Who here is following Glenn Miller?

    You don’t seem to be able to take a factual correction without making a moral issue out of it.

  17. James Clayton
    10 December, 2016 at 4:11 am — Reply

    Greg Johnson on the Alt-Right (Interviewed by Laura Raim) [of the] Nacionalista Blanco del SoCal

    Published on Sep 9, 2016 [by]


    • James Clayton
      11 December, 2016 at 3:08 pm — Reply

      Don’t want to ruin for you Greg Johnson’s insightful “interview” that he posted himself, on what he insists is more practical than armed resistance, but the Frog is an admitted Marxist. And Johnson’s style is a little too academic for my taste. I prefer no less of an intellectual, Oliver, on “What we owe our parasites.”

  18. 11 December, 2016 at 4:59 pm — Reply

    “It doesn’t need to be some kind of cataclysm or apocalypse like a lot of sort of Old Right — and by Old Right I mean like what Fascist or National-Socialist-influenced people like William Pierce, for instance — envision.”

    I see that Greg Johnson is still misusing the terms Old Right and New Right, dismissing Dr. Pierce along with fascism and national-socialism as “Old Right.” Nobody that I know accepts GJ’s gratuitous redefinition of those terms.

    In the USA, the New Right is normally understood to be a movement initiated by Barry Goldwater and culminating in Reaganism, while the standard meaning of Old Right is conservative isolationists who rejected the New Deal. Nobody in Europe would call Fascism and National-Socialism “Old Right”: they are in fact left-right syntheses. In Europe, Bonapartists and Monarchists are “Old Right.” GJ’s nomenclature is wacko.

    There is also no apocalyptic vision inherent in National-Socialism or Fascism. These movements came to power through lawful processes. The idea that salvation might come through the collapse of the system is an American idea that did not begin with Dr. Pierce.

    Several other piddling criticisms of Dr. Pierce in this. Greggy could not stomach The Turner Diaries, and apparently still does not understand the point of it: it was never intended to be a blueprint for action. Dr. Pierce’s plan of action for the short and intermediate term was always to build White media.

    Greggy really should have sent the woman to ask somebody else about Dr. Pierce, because he doesn’t know.

  19. 11 December, 2016 at 6:51 pm — Reply

    I listened to the first 15 minutes of Greg talking about the roots and history of the Alt-Right movement. It was informative. Thanks for that, James. That was about all I could take of professor Johnson.

  20. James Clayton
    11 December, 2016 at 10:23 pm — Reply

    Oliver’s What we owe our parasites

  21. cc
    2 September, 2017 at 4:24 pm — Reply

    My position on the alt-right can be stated in four words: “With every artifice employed.” The name itself is Jewish in nature. Those people like ‘alternative’ this and that.

    I don’t care for ‘the daily stormer’ either. That outfit likes to insult the Boomer generation, completely unaware that southern boomers fought race wars at their public schools and colleges in the 1960s and early ’70s to maintain White separation — the 2d Reconstruction. We took up the challenge while dealing with the sadness of body-bags coming home. The daily stormer should sweep around its own doorstep. The White youth of the 1980s and ’90s own the trophy buckle (cowboy talk) for being the biggest race mixers in the history of North America.

  22. 11 December, 2017 at 12:02 pm — Reply

    Here’s an alt-righter telling fans yesterday how to win over Baby Boomer fans of Judge Roy Moore, here:

    They put a lot of stock on Christian values. That was the only thing that they refused to cuck on. An important detail to say the least. And that’s totally fine for us as well. I say that if we can repurpose and retake the Amerikaner flag, we can do the same for Christianity as well. Luckily for us, Christianity is a rather red-pilled religion. At least on combating degeneracy and calling out the Jews.

    Time to start bringing up the Jesus that calls out the synagogue of Satan, casts out money-changers from the temple and is the life of the party at Cana.

    In other words, if we want to win, we better start playing the game of “Jesus Says”. Scripture can be quoted in various ways. The Zio-Evangelicals changed the definition of “Israel” around and got millions of Americans to worship the same people who literally killed Christ.

    We can do the same.

    Again, if it can work for retro-fitting the Founding Fathers as White Nationalists, I see no reason why it can’t work for Evangelical Christianity.

    Yes, young man, lie to the Christian Boomers; try to trick them into becoming responsible racial loyalists rather than tell them the difficult truths they need to hear. No thanks.

    What does to cuck on mean. They’re going to have to explain that one to most of the Boomers.

    • 11 December, 2017 at 1:03 pm — Reply

      Cucking on something is conceding the enemies’ point.

      • Sethmoto101
        11 December, 2017 at 1:25 pm — Reply

        It’s more. It’s the uniquely white self-flagellation of one’s *own* values to gain acceptance from those whose values are set to destroy yours.

      • 11 December, 2017 at 3:41 pm — Reply

        Thanks, Kevin. says this about “cuck”:

        What does cuck mean?
        A cuck is a derogatory slang term for a weak, effeminate, or inadequate man. Cuck has also been blended with conservative to produce cuckservative, often shortened back to cuck. Both cuck and cuckservative are especially used online by white nationalists to insult US Republican politicians they judge as insufficiently conservative.

        Cuck is shortened from cuckold, a term that has been belittling the “husband of an unfaithful wife” since the 1200s. The word cuckold derives from a French word for the cuckoo bird. Just as the female cuckoo lays eggs in other birds’ nests, so a cuckold’s wife, as it’s said, sleeps in another man’s bed.

        Green’s Dictionary of Slang notes that cuckold was abbreviated to cuck as early as the 16th century, but it appears the word underwent a second, independent clipping in the 2000s. A 2007 entry in Urban Dictionary defines cuck to mean the same thing as a stronger four-letter word that it conveniently rhymes with.

        In online message boards like 4chan over the 2010s, cuck slang developed racist and misogynistic undertones. Cuck porn, for instance, describes a genre of pornography featuring white husbands watching their wives have intercourse with black men. Among others, the implication is that such a husband is so weak he can’t do anything to stop her and so submissive he even observes the act. As linguist Mark Liberman explained on Language Log, cuck “was extended figuratively on 4chan to reference ‘relinquished manliness’ and more abstractly ‘selling out, abandoning principles.’”

        I won’t be using the alt-right’s “cuck” or “cuckservative,” thanks. They strike me as being childish schoolyard insults.

        • 11 December, 2017 at 7:52 pm — Reply

          Alt-Right Internet-culture in general has a juvenile flavor to it but “cuckservative” has been a deadly characterization of the majority of Republican politicians and commentators.

          • 12 December, 2017 at 11:06 am

            Thanks for that article, Hadding. Should I somehow miraculously happen to run into Jeb Bush I wouldn’t call him a cuckservative; I’d look him in the eye and call the POS what he is: a sorry, race-mixing excuse for a White man…and low energy. The pro-White alt-righters should repeat that sort of “meme” at Jeb until he crawls into a hole and stays there.

            What are all of those “good” white conservative Republicans conserving (preserving) anyway? It is certainly not their race.

          • 14 December, 2017 at 7:03 pm

            “Low energy,” huh Will?

            It seems that you’re a little more partial to Trump’s style of rhetoric than to Alt Right troll-culture.

    • Sethmoto101
      11 December, 2017 at 1:20 pm — Reply

      I suggested on that protestant sects can use flexibility in religious interpretations to change the way that church bureaucracies view racial issues, which has been liberal in recent decades. Interpretation doesn’t mean lying when you’re already accepting that Christianity is factual (which is unproven). Blacks used their churches effectively to further civil rights organizing; there’s no reason why similar processes can’t be used by and for whites, except aimed at separation and independence, not the parasitism inherent in civil rights.

      • 15 December, 2017 at 9:23 am — Reply

        SETHMOTO101: I suggested on that protestant sects can use flexibility in religious interpretations to change the way that church bureaucracies view racial issues, which has been liberal in recent decades. Interpretation doesn’t mean lying when you’re already accepting that Christianity is factual (which is unproven)…

        Christianity depends on its adherents being docile as lambs, gullible, superstitious, and worshipers of a Semitic god up in the sky. Responsible, independent-minded, racially conscious Whites see Christianity as a totally unsuitable belief system for their people. Those are the ones who are attracted to Dr. Pierce’s Cosmotheism.

        I agree with Ann Coulter’s assessment of the alt-right: teenagers who discovered that it is fun to be called racist.

  23. cc
    11 December, 2017 at 7:31 pm — Reply

    Shakespeare used cuckold in Othello.

    “O, beware, my lord, of jealousy; It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock. The meat it feeds on; that cuckold lives in bliss. Who, certain of his fate, loves not his wronger; . . .”

  24. 21 April, 2018 at 6:15 pm — Reply

    The Washington Post declares death of the alt-right:

    By Terrence McCoy
    April 20 at 3:51 PM

    Eight months after a white-nationalist rally in Charlottesville ended in the death of a counterprotester, the loose collection of disaffected young white men known as the alt-right is in disarray.

    The problems have been mounting: lawsuits and arrests, fundraising difficulties, tepid recruitment, widespread infighting, fierce counterprotests, and banishment from social media platforms. Taken together, they’ve exhausted even some of the staunchest members.

    One of the movement’s biggest groups, the Traditionalist Worker Party, dissolved in March. Andrew Anglin, founder of the Daily Stormer, the largest alt-right website, has gone into hiding, chased by a harassment lawsuit. And Richard Spencer, the alt-right’s most public figure, canceled a college speaking tour and was abandoned by his attorney last month…

    Overall, the number of neo-Nazi groups increased in the United States in 2017, from 99 to 121, according to a Southern Poverty Law Center report released this year. That number is likely to decrease this year, said Heidi Beirich, who co-wrote the report…
    “Imploding” is how Beirich now describes the alt-right. “The self-inflicted damage, the defections, the infighting is so rampant, it’s to the point of almost being pathetic.”…

    There has long been infighting in the white-supremacist movement. The National Alliance, which for decades was the country’s best-organized and perhaps most powerful white-supremacist group, succumbed to infighting and a rapid decline after the death of its leader, William Pierce, in 2002…

    Great report, Mr. Terrence McCoy. This is 2018 and the National Alliance didn’t entirely implode after 2002, despite what your source, “hate” expert Heidi Beirich, claims. Is she who told you to call the National Alliance is a “white supremacist” group? Why would she and you lump NA in with these half-baked alt-right groups that have “imploded?”

    Terry,my boy, there is a Pulitzer in your future with ground-breaking reporting like this, co-written again by the SPLC:

  25. Travon Martinberg
    22 April, 2018 at 10:58 am — Reply

    It’s ridiculous when supposed alt.right supporters start putting parentheses around their major founders’ or mainstreamers’ names like weev or Ricky Vaughn, on 8chan, but they are known for artistry that normie whites can relate to:

  26. cc
    22 April, 2018 at 12:20 pm — Reply

    The Alt-Right and Daily Stormer: Reckless outfits lacking skillful management and racial experience. They received preferred media coverage with no accomplished merit. Nothing behind them but air.

    • Sethmoto101
      24 June, 2019 at 9:46 pm — Reply

      Where is alt.right now?

      • 25 June, 2019 at 6:54 pm — Reply

        SETHMOTO101: Where is alt.right now?

        Thanks for bumping this topic. I’d forgotten how good the comments here about the so-called alt-right were.

        As for your question, Hadding sent me a link to a Youtube video day before yesterday that he thought I might be interested in because it was a “live chat” where William Pierce and the National Alliance were being discussed. I wish Hadding had told me the discussion didn’t get around to WLP and NA until around 42 minutes into the video. The first 35 minutes is some of the most boring crap I’ve listened to in a while and I can’t get those minutes back. But the video might answer your question about where alt-right went.

        At around 35 minutes a caller by the name of Rodney Martin called in and asked, “Is Richard Spencer still relevant?” He mentioned a spat Spencer had with Jared Taylor and something that was going on with Peter Brimilow and a few others who are or were probably considered to be alt-right personalities. I didn’t recognize most of the names they were dropping because I don’t keep up with alt-right stuff. But I remembered the name Rodney Martin from five or so years ago when Carolyn Yeager exposed him for who he is: I recall he was a close buddy of Harold Covington, which made him toxic enough in my book.

        I almost quit listening at 42 minutes when the show’s host asked Martin if WLP failed to “groom” a successor to be Alliance Chairman in the sense that queers groom their victims. These alt-right personalities do not understand the Alliance’s Cosmotheist world view and that it did not die with Pierce’s passing. Nor do they grasp that what Pierce left us is being carried on just fine with the National Alliance and here with National Vanguard and other media. They kicked around what they think they know about NA for a little longer and I quit listening around the 50 minute mark.

        Maybe I’ll run into some of these alt-right types at the Nationalist Solutions Conference near Nashville this weekend. I talked to the organizer of the conference, presidential candidate Rick Tyler, today and he says the conference is not quite sold out as of now, so anyone
        reading this who can make the trip, sign up here, now: This is a good opportunity to meet some like-minded patriots at a secure venue. NA has a dozen or so members attending and we’ll have a table set up with our books and other material.

        • 26 June, 2019 at 1:36 am — Reply

          I happened to turn on that live stream when they were talking about WLP. That’s why I thought that they had talked about him more than they did.

          Most of the same people that called themselves Alt Right in 2017 are still active in some way. They just aren’t doing big public demonstrations.

          This is partly because of the bad experience at Charlottesville, but more importantly, I think, it’s because Spencer is not doing them.

          In a way it’s too bad, because that kind of event provided an alternate path of expression for potential synagogue-shooters. The succession of suppressed mass-demonstrations by desperate individual acts of violence was predicted.

  27. Erik Black
    26 June, 2019 at 10:32 am — Reply

    Isn’t Richard Spencer of the Alt-Right a guest speaker at this upcoming “Solutions” conference? Somehow, I find that amusing.

  28. cc
    26 June, 2019 at 11:33 am — Reply

    The Alt-right and Daily Stormer conveniently burst on the scene to promote Trump as a popular friend to White separatists. No novelty. Vote Republican. Maintain the criminal establishment and its antiWhite race mixing campaign backed by Federal tyranny.

    • 26 June, 2019 at 5:46 pm — Reply

      They were both active for a few years before Trump came along.

      There is nothing wrong with having voted for Trump in 2016. If nothing else he expanded the conversation in ways that were helpful. He set an example of rejecting the dominant narrative. “Fake news” is in everybody’s vocabulary now.

      Voting is not nearly as useful, and not nearly as good an investment as efforts to educate the public, but voting will continue to be relevant for as long as we live under a government that is voted in.

  29. cc
    26 June, 2019 at 6:35 pm — Reply

    The outfits I mentioned above received preferred media coverage with no accomplished merit. They promoted Trump as if being staged managed by the republican party.

    White racialists who vote have one foot in the criminal establishment and one foot out–two-timers.

    • 26 June, 2019 at 7:19 pm — Reply

      Absolute rubbish. The GOP establishment would never have asked for The Daily Stormer or the Alt Right.

  30. cc
    27 June, 2019 at 11:22 am — Reply

    In the next campaign, the aforementioned groups will rise up and promote Mr. Trump as they did in the last run–the great White savior.

    • 27 June, 2019 at 11:30 am — Reply

      Very doubtful.

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