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Who is the Alt-Right

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posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 01:08 AM
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originally posted by: xstealth
No one has even heard of the Alt Right until Clinton brought it up. Just another he's "racist" smear because that's all she's got.

Alt right might consist of a few thousand racists at most? Idk

Can we call the Communist, Socialist, Anarchists and satanists as the Alt Left now?

Seems fair to me.


The article is from March 2016, it was written for and posted on Breitbart.com. Many people heard of the Alt-Right before Clinton brought it up, most didn't take them too seriously because they were so out there. Breitbart.com was one of the few websites championing the Alt-Right.

But then Trump hired Steven Bannon, head of Breitbart, to be his campaign chief...which brought the topic of the Alt-Right to the forefront.

The bottom line is that the Alt-Right, and who they are, is relevant now...not because Clinton brought them up...but because Trump hired Bannon.




posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 01:09 AM
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a reply to: xstealth

Satanists aren't left though. Anti Christian=/=Satanist.


They AREN'T left. Sorry, that was a typo before.
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posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 01:12 AM
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a reply to: SprocketUK


To be fair, hardline Nazis (which is what 1488ers really are) often align themselves with whatever group they feel shares a confluence of interests with them. It doesn't mean the whole group is toxic, just that there are some who are bad within that group, rather like a football club. Some supporters are far right, others far left while the majority hover in between, but you wouldn't call them all Nazis, would you?


The problem is that the Alt-Right DOES share a confluence of interests...and those interests aren't the silly MEMEs the Alt-Right produces.

If a group is attracting Neo-Nazis, White Supremacist, and the KKK...maybe that groups views and interests are a little racists...don't you think?



posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 01:17 AM
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originally posted by: cavtrooper7
a reply to: kruphix

I avoid them I got stung too many times.
THAT article is an opinion of a new word like my "Prog" deal.
Its going to be used to target free speech so it might be a PC term.


That article was written 6 months ago...the word is not that new and wasn't invented by Clinton.


Do you understand that this is Brietbart.com...the same company that Trump's new campaign chief, Steve Bannon, is the CEO of? That Steve Bannon is a proponent of the Alt-Right movement?

Are you saying that Steve Bannon, Trump's campaign chief, is trying to sabotage Trump by "using this word" to attack free speech?

If you refuse to take a position on the Alti-Right....what exactly is your position on Bannon?



posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 01:17 AM
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a reply to: kruphix

I guess the problem is that I don't care.

Democrats yell "racist" at everything that moves and its lost its meaning.

Whites will be a minority in this country by 2050 and still be called racist and will never get a minority status.

So if some of them are concerned about their future as a race, then that's their right.

We have the Black Panthers, a voter intimidation black supremacy group and La Razza a Hispanic Supremecy group; all equally hateful but only the whites get constantly critized for it. Everyone only hates the whites, it's racist, right?



posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 01:18 AM
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originally posted by: kruphix
a reply to: SprocketUK


To be fair, hardline Nazis (which is what 1488ers really are) often align themselves with whatever group they feel shares a confluence of interests with them. It doesn't mean the whole group is toxic, just that there are some who are bad within that group, rather like a football club. Some supporters are far right, others far left while the majority hover in between, but you wouldn't call them all Nazis, would you?


The problem is that the Alt-Right DOES share a confluence of interests...and those interests aren't the silly MEMEs the Alt-Right produces.

If a group is attracting Neo-Nazis, White Supremacist, and the KKK...maybe that groups views and interests are a little racists...don't you think?


The thing is, what interests are they sharing?
It'll be things like taking down affirmative action programs so that people get jobs and college places on merit rather than membership of some minority group....Or tightening up on immigration so that there is less wage compression and public services aren't so stretched. Now, while the 1488ers may just see that as fewer foreigners and more white faces in business, the reasons for those two policies are not racist at all, are they? If anything, they are economic.

That was just a quick example as to why such groups may align themselves with what is called the Alt Right. I am sure that at heart, they would only be disappointed with the lack of gas chambers and such in any Alt Right manifesto.



posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 01:22 AM
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a reply to: xstealth


I guess the problem is that I don't care.


Then why are you even discussing it if you don't care?


Whites will be a minority in this country by 2050 and still be called racist and will never get a minority status.

So if some of them are concerned about their future as a race, then that's their right.


So maybe you do share some of the same interests and view points of the Alt-Right.

Are you ashamed to claim you are part of that group?



posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 01:24 AM
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a reply to: SprocketUK

So it's ok to work with the KKK if it is for economic reasons....right?

I'm sorry, but I don't excuse hate and try to make excuses as to why a hate group might have the same interests as me.



posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 01:27 AM
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originally posted by: kruphix

originally posted by: Reigning
So, I am a racist bigot because one blogger claims there's a group defined by a Facebook meme inspired by a denomination I first heard of while eating breakfast last Thursday?


Who said that?

Do you claim to be part of the Alt-Right? If not, then no...no one is saying you are a racist or a bigot.

What makes you think anyone is claiming you are part of the Alt-Right?


I mistakingly had assumed you would stereotype my held positions that are right of the CNN platform as deriving from dark web sector alt right and rat me out for dat lynching.



posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 01:32 AM
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originally posted by: kruphix
a reply to: SprocketUK

So it's ok to work with the KKK if it is for economic reasons....right?

I'm sorry, but I don't excuse hate and try to make excuses as to why a hate group might have the same interests as me.


That's called throwing the baby out with the bathwater.

People make all sorts of compromises when it comes to political affiliations, you shouldn't be surprised that the kkk might support a certain lobby group if they feel they can't go it alone.

I'm sure that Joe Stalin's position as one of the world's Leftist Icons doesn't make you never want anything to do with any left leaning political group, does it?



posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 01:37 AM
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I've been aware of the "Dark Enlightenment" for some time now and while I sympathise with a lot of their ideas I wouldn't call myself an "alt-righter".

I'll give my take on the situation though.

The alternative right is a reaction to the dominant political force on the Western political landscape, the increasingly totalitarian and overbearing leftist machine of political correctness - the liberal impulse and struggle for equality hijacked and turned into a monstrous caricature. Replete with Orwellian memes such as doublethink, thoughtcrime and newspeak. It's a reaction to the externalisation of the oligarchic hierarchy by means of the progressive movement.

In some sense this is a counter culture, one where offending the increasingly delicate sensibilities of the left have become a type of protest. It's currency and validity as a political force is a result of the aversion to logic and emotional pandering of the "regressive left". Social Justice Warriors poisoning everything they touch from video games to movies and comics, the notion of trigger warnings, safe spaces, the redefinition of the meaning of the word racist and the engineering of language. In short, it's cultural Marxism showing it's true face as a political vehicle of the globalist elite.

If you look carefully you will see the tactical stratagems behind this supposed push for "equality". Broadly speaking this can be summed up as divide and conquer strategies of various kinds. The inversion and confusion of gender roles and sexuality, third wave feminism leading to increasingly hostile relations between women and men sparking the MGTOW movement and increasing the popularity of the somewhat sociopathic PUA community. The demonisation of the white male and the so called patriarchy, the agitation of minorities and women against the traditional majority culture. In essence it's a sustained attack on Western culture. An attempt at wiping the slate clean in preparation for a new order.

If you got caught up in the hype of this equality at all costs identity politics you're not gonna like what's coming next.

I'm gonna end with a video by a girl I just fell in love with.. she does a great job of touching on some very disturbing issues we're currently facing.




posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 01:41 AM
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a reply to: kruphix

I don't like him and I don't trust Trump.
NOBODY running is a good choice but I MUST stop Hillary.



posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 01:43 AM
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a reply to: TheLaughingGod


If you look carefully you will see the tactical stratagems behind this supposed push for "equality". Broadly speaking this can be summed up as divide and conquer strategies of various kinds. The inversion and confusion of gender roles and sexuality, third wave feminism leading to increasingly hostile relations between women and men sparking the MGTOW movement and increasing the popularity of the somewhat sociopathic PUA community. The demonisation of the white male and the so called patriarchy, the agitation of minorities and women against the traditional majority culture. In essence it's a sustained attack on Western culture. An attempt at wiping the slate clean in preparation for a new order.


I'm having a hard time understanding why you don't call yourself Alt-Right?

Because this is almost exactly their manifesto.



posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 02:23 AM
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originally posted by: kruphix
a reply to: xstealth


I guess the problem is that I don't care.


Then why are you even discussing it if you don't care?


Whites will be a minority in this country by 2050 and still be called racist and will never get a minority status.

So if some of them are concerned about their future as a race, then that's their right.


So maybe you do share some of the same interests and view points of the Alt-Right.

Are you ashamed to claim you are part of that group?


I'm part Hispanic so I don't think I'd make a great white supremacist.

I don't see you criticizing the alt left, is black and Hispanic supremacy better because they aren't white?


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posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 02:50 AM
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Apparently we are the new boogeymen keeping Hillary up at night.





posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 04:55 AM
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a reply to: kruphix

It's because I have held these opinions long before the alternative right ever became popular. This was a reaction to growing up in the most culturally Marxist country on the planet. Where each week the lunacy of progressives just got worse and worse and downright delusional in the extreme. Like one of the youth parties wanting to legalise sex with corpses.. that kind of thing. Very sane stuff.

And because I'm a conspiracy theorist and on some level I just don't believe in the whole left right paradigm of politics. It's one dimensional and it's a false dichotomy.

The people that run the world has co-opted every genuine grassroots movement the people ever championed ever since WWII.

These people actually tell us quite openly exactly what their plans are, in the guise of good intentions of course.. but look at the fruits of their work. They're not interested in you and your rights, if you think political correctness is about equality when they're starting to control the language in exactly the same way as described in 1984 you're just plain ignorant. If you think it's about tolerance when the latest progressives - products of culturally Marxist universities - are the most intolerant people in society then you're just plain ignorant. These people are literally borderline psychotic in their intolerant fervour. It's a great irony.. humanity is so easily mislead, they can turn even the quest for tolerance into intolerance and even outright persecution. And these people act this way without even a hint of awareness about this most ultimate of ironies.

It's not a problem with patriarchal white men, it's a problem with these dumb f*cks being so incredibly easily manipulated.

That's how brainwashed people are, our rulers can tell us exactly what their plans are because that's how sure they are, that's how confident they are that people won't rise up against them.

And by the way.. there's nothing white supremacist at all about anything you mention in your OP. If progressives applied this same standard to other races they would outdo whites in racism, chauvinism and nationalism many times over. How about you criticise that? You won't do that? I know, it's because of this all pervading indoctrination. It's hard for people to think for themselves.
edit on 31-8-2016 by TheLaughingGod because: No swearing... f*ck..



posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 05:22 AM
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a reply to: kruphix

You don't understand... this opinion is the result of analysing the moves and motives of the globalist elite. And since I'm independently wealthy and in no need of a job this is all I do, I might catch an old Simpsons episode now and then but I'm an info junky.. It's what I do. I'm always reading something, I follow politics, I follow intellectual and political movements, I follow geopolitics. I study history, religion, politics and the occult as well as anything under the sun that interests me.

I know what these people are doing, I know what they're up to.. because as I've already mentioned, they do actually come out and say these things.

The thing with the alternative right is that they're virtually pseudo-conspiracy theorists.. they're halfway there but they're still caught up in the left right paradigm. And this is only natural as progressivism as the dominant political force in Western society has become the main vehicle for totalitarianism. No one cares about the right except in the US and even there it's imploding. And mark my words, the alternative right and the conspiracy community will end up merging to some extent due to social osmosis. Simply because they both see through the brainwashing, or at least some of it. The only difference is that your traditional conspiracy theorist will be critical of right wing ideology as well.

So how long will it take before the alternative right starts talking about the CFR and the Trilateral Commission? The Bilderberg Group?

This resurgence of conservatism will not go away though, because they still have a cause in white identity and this will only grow, progressives have already achieved their political goals and then some. What has the left to offer? Nothing here where I live. They've almost completely controlled the political process and the media for quite some time now. There's no true inequality left to fight so they've started to invent problems but this hysteria is only alienating people to their cause. The only real issue left is the monstrosity that they've turned progressivism into, which is the cause behind the disastrous immigration policy in Europe. And that's not going away any time soon because it will keep getting worse and these ideas will keep gaining political currency. People are starting to lose the fear of being called racists, it's already happening. Leftists are constantly shooting themselves in the foot with their retarded behaviour.

The globalist elite is out there, and so is the information condemning their actions. It's only a matter of time until the alternative right picks up on this fully, these subcultures already intersect to a certain extent: just look at Info Wars. And as far as political movements actually wanting to change things and challenge orthodoxy in a new and novel way progressivism is dead in the water. Communists where I live are still stuck in the 70's politically. Occupy Wall Street was nice but it's dead too, the morons replaced actual criticism with being upset about snow penises and people using the word wife and husband.

Tell me of some exciting actual criticism of the establishment coming from the left because I haven't heard anything in years and years. Why? Because they won, they are the establishment!



posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 07:24 AM
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a reply to: Konduit

This guy is a master troll, not to mention a good artist. I will be following his work. Thanks for sharing.



posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 07:33 AM
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Authoritarian thinking comes in all flavors and colors. Some wrap themselves in the flag and call their brand "progressive", some use whatever is available to brand their own franchise of ideology.

What's the solution then?

Do we start targeting people we think as subversive? Is this the start of a new witch hunt? Do we force those who think differently with badges so we can identify them?



posted on Aug, 31 2016 @ 08:39 AM
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originally posted by: DBCowboy
Authoritarian thinking comes in all flavors and colors. Some wrap themselves in the flag and call their brand "progressive", some use whatever is available to brand their own franchise of ideology.

What's the solution then?

Do we start targeting people we think as subversive? Is this the start of a new witch hunt? Do we force those who think differently with badges so we can identify them?


I have no idea what this has to do with the Alt-Right?

I'm curious...do you dislike when people call others Social Justice Warriors?



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