Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Hillary is About To Link Donald Trump to the alt-Right

The Washington Post reports that Hillary Clinton will deliver an address on Thursday in Nevada where she plans to attack Donald Trump for his connection to the alt-right.

The alt-right can best be described as a movement that has emerged as a reaction to political correctness. They are certainly White America Firsters but it is not too far from the truth to describe the movement as the point where Hitler meets satire.

Milo Yiannopoulos reports for Breitbart:
Although the alt-right consists mostly of college-educated men, it sympathises with the white working classes...
[T]he alt-right openly crack jokes about the Holocaust, loudly — albeit almost entirely satirically — expresses its horror at “race-mixing,” and denounces the “degeneracy” of homosexuals… while inviting Jewish gays and mixed-race Breitbart reporters to their secret dinner parties.
No doubt, Clinton will brand this group as serious racists and misogynists and link it to Trump though Trump has likely never heard of them. And he most certainly  has not heard of the alt-right subset known as “1488ers.”

Yiannopoulos again:
Anything associated as closely with racism and bigotry as the alternative right will inevitably attract real racists and bigots...

These are the people that the alt-right’s opponents wish constituted the entire movement. They’re less concerned with the welfare of their own tribe than their fantasies of destroying others...

Every ideology has them. Humourless ideologues who have no lives beyond their political crusade, and live for the destruction of the great. They can be found on Stormfront and other sites, not just joking about the race war, but eagerly planning it. They are known as “Stormfags” by the rest of the internet.

Based on our research we believe this stands in stark contrast with the rest of the alt-right, who focus more on building communities and lifestyles based around their values than plotting violent revolution.

1488ers are the equivalent of the Black Lives Matter supporters who call for the deaths of policemen, or feminists who unironically want to #KillAllMen. Of course, the difference is that while the media pretend the latter are either non-existent, or a tiny extremist minority, they consider 1488ers to constitute the whole of the alt-right.

Those looking for Nazis under the bed can rest assured that they do exist. On the other hand, there’s just not very many of them, no-one really likes them, and they’re unlikely to achieve anything significant in the alt-right..
So how is Clinton going to link Trump to all this?

Well. he just hired as his campaign "CEO" Steven Bannon, who ran Breitbart, a politically incorrect, conservative, web-based news organization, where Yiannopoulos  is a senior editor.

Many consider Yiannopoulos a key figure in the alt-right movement, though he himself denies any direct association.

Politically incorrect as he is, Yiannopoulos is  a gay who claims to prefer black sexual partners, though he has stated he would make an exception for Trump and during college speaking engagements refers to Trump as "Daddy."

So Hillary is essentially going to call Trump a racist and misogynist because his new campaign CEO employed a gay who prefers sex with black men.

Welcome to the 2016  presidential race.



  1. Alt-righters are authoritarian right-wing socialists and shouldn't be trusted. Them along with the social justice warriors are a great example of the horseshoe theory

    1. And where in heck were you inspired to concoct such fantasy.


    3. Alt-right is not authoritarian. We are cats. We band together ad hoc. We do not have a leader.
      Is that all you have? Where else are you getting the info?

    4. Is that all you have? Where else are you getting the info?

      Vox Day, 8/25/16: [I]’ve been saying that the GOP needed to become the White Party if it was going to survive. Otherwise, if it insists on trying to continue pretending to play ideological politics as the junior partner in the bi-factional ruling party, it will rapidly go the way of the Whigs in the new identity politics system.


      UPDATE: If you haven't re-upped for Brainstorm yet, now is definitely the time. Invites will go out as soon as we can confirm the time, but Richard {Spencer] and I will be debating white nationalism, white supremacy, and whether there is room in the Alt Right for non-whites at a closed Brainstorm session tomorrow night, tentatively scheduled for 7 PM Eastern.

    5. You stated authoritarian and socialist. Where did you get that?

    6. I would call VD statist and collectivist based upon his obsession with genetically pure "nations". If you really want to have an ethnically pure community under AnCap, I can't use force against you. You might find yourself without friends, a job and business relationships, however. Or it might turn out just fine.

      My grandparents were English Canadians who came 100 miles to Detroit in 1912. So I personally don't really have a "tribe" although I grew up in multi-ethnic S.E. Michigan with every ethnic group on the planet except Mexicans. If the Jews and blacks can be tribal, I don't care if the "whites" want to be tribal too. zzzzzz

      I still maintain that people ALWAYS vote tribal, ethnic or religious (and it gets worse the more government there is to vote on) but they tend to BUY the best products regardless of tribe. That is why democratic socialism always tends towards ethnic conflict in multi-ethnic countries. The solution is to cut down on the scope of government so that the largest (winning) ethnic group does not "own" the entire society where the government controls the entire society.

      I always look to private property, contracts and sound money as the solutions to social problems. The alt-right seems to have no more understanding of those concepts than the Keynesian "left".

      For example, the ghastly "Lord Keynes" sounds "alt-right":

    7. You can believe all you want but your "democratic socialism always tends towards ethnic conflict in multi-ethnic countries" help your cause, you are misstaken.

      You still have not given any source where you can point at us and say we are "authoritarians and socialists." I know proving a negative is hard but give it a try.

      In this world there are no libertarian countries and no anarcho-capitalist nations. The best we can hope is to carve out as much libertarianism as we can within our scope of influence. Alt-right seeks to do that without falling for the one world kumba-ya feel good. Keynesians, my foot.

    8. @jameiintexas

      I go by what many of prominent alt-right social media accounts say and articles that come from libertarian and an-cap writers. They're support for Trump shows that they are content with socialism as long as it's their guy doing it. I have no more of a reason to trust these people with my rights and liberty than I do the left.

  2. Vox Day says:

    The Alt Right rejects international free trade and the free movement of peoples that free trade requires. The benefits of intranational free trade is not evidence for the benefits of international free trade.

    The Alt Right believes we must secure the existence of white people and a future for white children.

    The Alt Right does not believe in the general supremacy of any race, nation, people, or sub-species. Every race, nation, people, and human sub-species has its own unique strengths and weaknesses, and possesses the sovereign right to dwell unmolested in the native culture it prefers.

    The Alt Right is a philosophy that values peace among the various nations of the world and opposes wars to impose the values of one nation upon another as well as efforts to exterminate individual nations through war, genocide, immigration, or genetic assimilation.

  3. Reminds me of the Clintons targeting the militia movement for PR destruction in the 90s.

  4. I thought Milo identified as Catholic, no?