Clinton’s Full-Court Press against the Alt-Right


Clinton’s campaign speech in Reno, NV, did exactly what it had been foretold to do. She attacked Trump, the Alt-Right, and nationalism. Literally. One of the most powerful people in the world spoke for a half hour about an internet movement of White nationalist blogs and Twitter trolls. The Archbishop of the Catlady Ascendancy herself addressed the White heresy known as the Alt-Right. In the flesh. Are we winning the meme war or what?

There is too much in this speech for me to cover in a brief essay. But Clinton always manages to say so little in so many words that I can certainly convey it in less. If you want to read her bile, a transcript can be found here.

Essentially, what she vomited out was a third worldist rant. Every policy position and attitude that Clinton signaled came from a worldview that posits people of color and their interests are morally superior to Whites in any and all circumstances. Clinton made it clear that she was unequivocally on the side of blacks, mestizos, Muslims, illegal immigrants, and anchor-born Americans, and that opposition to immigration and support for “White identity” were completely unacceptable positions.

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Dreaming of Diversity: What if America was New York City?


American shitlibs love New York, NY. (That’s not what it currently looks like). New York is one of the most diverse and progressive places in the world. They love romanticizing it in fiction, visiting it, going to school there, moving there and drying out their ovaries, and treating the pallette of humanity assembled there like a theme-park-meets-food-court. Wouldn’t it be swell if the whole country could be like this place? Wouldn’t it be grand if everyone were made a stranger in a strange land? *Rubs hands.

One of the popular blackpill—or satirically demoralizing—memes of the Alt-Right is that America is becoming Brazil, a White-minority cesspit of disease, violence, corruption, poverty, and diversity.

Or it will if nothing is done to stop the left. If you take their ideas to their logical end, especially their third-worldism and love of demographic replacement, it’s obvious that the future they will arrive at is a heavily urbanized White-minority society with a strong central government and a political supermajority. Ask any Democrat if they would oppose this. Even if they are uncomfortable with the idea of White minoritization (which only Whites care about), they aren’t going to say it should be stopped, because that would require excluding people from their community and that’s always wrong. So it’s true regardless of whether they state they want it or not, because outcomes are independent from intentions. Their policies will lead to a minority-majority society that is economically and socially left, bureaucratic, and less safe. But something akin to brazilianization has already happened in parts of the United States. The Brazil metaphor, while effective, overlooks this and focuses on an external (and extreme) example of a degenerated society.

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The Protocols without Zion


The (((Soros))) leaks, a series of internal communiques from the Open Society Foundations (((OSF))), are going to go down the memory hole very, very fast. (((George Soros))) is a leading bankroller of “progressive” causes, sponsor of color revolution attempts in Europe, check writer for #blacklivesmatter, and a multi-million dollar donor to the Clinton presidential campaign. In other words, the guy is pretty untouchable. Moreover, bringing him up gets you labeled a tin-foiler or a conspiracy theorist. Using big money to sway elections and manipulate politics is wrong and we’ve got to get money out of politics, but if you complain about leftists doing it you’re just a paranoid lunatic. Oh and anti-semitic too.

Speaking of which, a sizable amount of people on the deeper end of our political pool like to bring up the Protocols of the Elders of Zion when talking about (((Soros))) or the JQ. There are two huge problems with this though. First of all, the Protocols of the Elders of Zion is a plagiarized hoax. The text is a Russian revision of an anti-papal treatise originally written in 19th century France. Get over it. You can explain the JQ without resorting to a debunked document that is rightly associated with cranks. But wait—don’t people like (((George Soros))) seem to render the authenticity debate moot? What does it matter if the Protocols of the Elders of Zion is real or not if he’s behaving in accordance with it anyway? So this is where we get to problem number two. (((George Soros))), while seemingly the platonic form of an anti-goy kayak who funds and shills far-left moral causes, open borders immigration for Europe and the United States, and anti-nationalism in the service of a global financial capitalist agenda, is actually more of a principled third worldist and rootless cosmopolitan than a likudnik.

In other words, he is not a Zionist. He’s undoubtedly part of a long tradition of ethnic Jewish activism against White societies, but he does not fit the pattern of “open borders for thee, not for me,” or “nationalism for Israel, cosmopolitanism for everyone else.” He’s the Protocols without Zion. There is an important nuance to his anti-zionism, however, which I will get to later. First I want to give a quick overview of someone whose life couldn’t possibly be more Jewish.

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Scoring Trump on Immigration

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Republican presidential candidate, real estate mogul Donald Trump, speaks at the Family Leadership Summit in Ames, Iowa, Saturday, July 18, 2015. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

YOUNGSTOWN, OH — Republican nominee Donald Trump gave a speech in Ohio earlier this week focused on immigration and terrorism. In it he detailed how he would overhaul the entry procedures for foreigners entering the United States. This is one of those times where we have to turn a critical eye to the things he says—not because we oppose him, but because even as the best choice he can still be wrong. Trump is a means and nowhere near the end.

To be fair, there were some very good things in this speech. For starters, he linked the Islamic terror attacks in the United States and Europe over the last two years, including Brussels, Nice, Orlando, Paris, and Rouen. This is important because it signals our civilizational solidarity with Europe against the Islamic threat and we want this paradigm adopted. And crucially, he pointed out that not only Muslim immigrants but their children can cause problems.

Trump repeated his usual line about having to be able to identify the enemy in order to fight him, something so simple yet so deliberately dropped by our current leaders, dubbed “Obama-Clinton.” But on immigration restrictions and how he plans to go about it, Trump is a mixed bag and we should acknowledge this. See the transcript for the more details, but here are the key Trumpist immigration policies:

  1. implementing an “ideological screening test” that modernizes the criteria we used during the Cold War, specifically rejecting admission for those  “who believe that Sharia law should supplant American law” and “those who do not believe in our Constitution, or who support bigotry and hatred.”
  2. temporarily suspending visa processing for “some of the most dangerous and volatile regions of the world that have a history of exporting terrorism,”
  3. empowering federal officers to root out “Radical Islam” support networks in the United States and deport “guests in our country that are preaching hate ”
  4. encouraging assimilation to American culture by “promot[ing] the exceptional virtues of our own way of life – and expecting that newcomers to our society do the same”

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Could White Advocacy Exist in a Multi-Ethnic Society?


The media believes Donald Trump is a fascist who will destroy the United States, though he claims he will save it. Trump has repeatedly stated his credo is America First, a muscular variety of civic nationalism and nativism, which terms of electoral support functions as an implicit form of White populism. As an ideology, it largely appeals to only the historical American nation. Because his platform is so visibly White, Trump is the most hated man in America, and his supporters the most hated class of Americans.

It’s a straightforward case of third worldism—if something is White it is inherently evil and needs to be fought against with a righteous and revolutionary fervor echoing the decolonization struggles of 1945-1994.

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Esoteric Kekism, or Kek as a Bodhisattva of Racial Enlightenment

Savitri Devi Mukherji (1905-1982), born Maximine Julia Portaz in France, was a national socialist writer and activist who lived in India during WWII and took a deep interest in Hinduism as the only extant example of Aryan polytheism. After the war, she went on a “pilgrimage” through Europe to sites associated with national socialism and published her magnum opus, The Lightning and the Sun (1958). A foundational text of Esoteric Hitlerism, the book presents a syncretic worldview combining national socialism, anti-humanism, vegetarianism, a Nietzschean rejection of Christianity, both religious anti-Judaism and racial anti-Semitism, the notion of cyclical time found in the Dharmic religions, and biographies of Mongol warlord Genghis Khan (Lightning), the Egyptian pharaoh and sun-worshipper Akhnaton (Sun), and Adolf Hitler (Lightning and Sun). Perhaps most famously, The Lightning and the Sun details the prophecy of Kalki the Destroyer—the final incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu—who will succeed Hitler and end the Kali Yuga (Dark Age/Age of Gloom).

A brief note on the Lightning and Sun concepts, and that of Time. Devi describes Men in Time as Lightning. One who embodies Lightning does not move against the direction of Time and the ongoing decline into a world of violence and suffering, but moves in unison with Time in a way approaching perfection. She describes Genghis Khan, for example, not as a man of any grand ideological principles but one who merely acted in the interest of himself and his kinsmen, and did so with the utmost power and application of that power. Men above Time, who embody the Sun, are those who transcend the conditions of the Dark Age and hold to a truth that is independent of Time. Devi considers Akhnaton, the pharaoh of Egypt who attempted to start a new cult of monotheistic sun-worship, to be the most salient example of Sun. She sees his sun worship as something that is scientifically and metaphysically accurate—and therefore Truth—because the sun is the source of all energy on Earth, and therefore life itself. The religious revolution of Akhnaton died within a generation or so after him, as he had not lived long enough to cement it or been forceful enough in doing so. Finally, Devi considers Hitler a Man against Time—both Lightning and Sun—as he had embraced the violent means of the Dark Age and held an ideology of truth that was against the Dark Age. She describes him as the penultimate avatar of Vishnu, who will be succeeded by someone equally Lightning and Sun (Hitler was more Sun according to Devi).

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Mapping the Rising Tide


Something I have written about time and time again is the issue of White demographic decline in the United States. There are a myriad of reasons for this, but before anyone can even get to why, they need to take stock of what is actually happening and assess the damage. And to get there in the first place, they have to care about it. Without racial consciousness, the entire project of White nationalism is lost.

One motivation that is often pathologized and viewed as a neurotic or weak is fear. How fear is understood varies. One could take a cautious person, or someone with a low time preference, or someone who believes in stability over risk, and belittle them as frightened and fearful. But fear is powerful, because it is the desire to avoid, for lack of a better phrase, bad outcomes. Is there an outcome worse than extinction?

The reason I harp so much on the demographic question is because I don’t want my descendants to have fight their last stand in the woods of Vermont.

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