Somehow, these geniuses decided the best way to introduce the American public to the Alt-Right was via a pagan torchlight ceremony the night before the actual event, featuring hundreds of baby-faced white millennial men brandishing Tiki torches, circling around the statue, throwing Hitler salutes and chanting “blood and soil” and “Jews will not replace us.” It was straight out of Race With The Devil, except with neo-Nazis instead of Satanists. But the various groups do share similar core ideologies.
I’ve spent the better part of the past three years combing Alt-Right websites and it’s true what Nietzsche said: Stare too long into the abyss, and the abyss stares back at you.
Even though most of the Alt-Right leaders on hand to speak at Charlottesville have denounced the article, if they’d been allowed to speak and the subject had turned to women, the nation would have discovered there views aren’t all that different from Anglin’s White Sharia. I’m thinking probably not to most of you, and that’s why I’ve always said, just let these guys speak.
They’d prefer to see white women barefoot, pregnant and in the kitchen, making and taking care of white babies to combat the ever-rising number of brown immigrants coming from south of the border. Judge them on the merit of their ideas, assuming they have any, not with the heckler’s veto before they’ve spoken a word.
Meanwhile, the entire Alt-Right, with the possible exception of The Daily Stormer’s crew, is delighted.
They’ve just been legitimized by the president without having to test their views in a public forum.
After the disastrous Unite the Right rally Charlottesville, Va. Not only are Americans not going to accept the Alt-Right, they’re going to shut it down.
Bannon has been banished from the White House; Anglin’s voice has been silenced, perhaps permanently.
White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, the former Breitbart CEO credited for President Donald Trump’s successful populist campaign strategy and alleged white nationalist, is out after just eight months on the job.Anglin recently proposed, in all seriousness, imposing White Sharia Law on the entire United States.He’s viewed as a pariah to most of the Alt-Right’s opinion makers because of his open embrace of Nazism, but as a pied piper to the tens of thousands of mostly young readers who flock to The Daily Stormer every month. There has always been a question in my mind as to whether the American public would accept the Alt-Right, if its members happened to slink out from underneath their keyboards and voice their opinions in public.When you lie down with dogs, you get up with fleas, is another way of saying it.Even if they were true, full-blown Nazis, I’d still defend their right to assemble and speak in public. But Spencer infamously didn’t get a chance to speak, because Charlottesville police pulled the plug on the event.