March 31, 2016
The best thing about the Breitbart article is this header image. It’s just fantastic.
Today, we will be reviewing the Breitbart article entitled “An Establishment Conservative’s Guide To The Alt-Right” by Allum Bokhari (half Paki) and Milo Yiannopoulos (homosexualist half-Jew).
If you care about the details of this, please go read it before you continue reading this, so you can get your own opinions before you hear mine. If you don’t care about the details, don’t bother – my analysis of their article is going to be a lot more fun than their article.
The Core Concept
The article is framed as an objective look at the alt-right movement. And they do a decent job at making it come across as this.
For those of us familiar with these issues, however, it is obvious that instead of being an attempt to understand the alt-right, it is an attempt to redefine it as what they want it to be.
This is the official beginning of the great co-opting. We knew it was coming.
Basically, they claim that everything the alt-right says it believes they don’t actually believe, but simply say they believe it as a part of a joke to piss off feminists and Black lives activists. Because they think it is funny to piss people off.
This is not the exact opposite of what’s actually happening, but it is close enough.
At the same time, they say “well, some of them maybe believe it, but they don’t really care that much.”
Upon finishing the article, one is left with two pressing questions:
1) How is it possible that this article does not mention The Daily Stormer? and
2) Why does this article not talk about Jews?
Possibly excluding /pol/, the largest part of the alt-right movement is the Daily Stormer. We have at least four times the traffic of all of the cuck alt-right sites combined.
And yet in this article, we are not mentioned.
Neither are the Jews.
What they do is describe the views of a minority of cuckolded alt-right figures – irrelevant figures – and then try to define the entire alt-right movement within that cuckolded minority’s paradigm.
I don’t have to name names, and I wouldn’t because I’m a gentleman. But you know who these people are if you follow this stuff: the guys who say that the Merchant is our greatest ally, and faggots are the truest representation of White culture.
It should be said at the outset that there are some good parts in this rambling 5000-word piece. In particular, the section entitled “Natural Conservatives” gives some genuine insight into what is driving this movement.
The parts that I agree with I’m going to skip over in this analysis.
It’s also worth adding that even the good parts are basically irrelevant, given that this movement is not driven by intellectual analysis.
It is driven by the people.
Because, brothers: we are the people.
And we do not require complex intellectual explanations as to why it is we don’t want our homelands flooded with low IQ brown people from everywhere.
The two dirty fellows claim to have “spent the past month tracking down the elusive, often anonymous members of the alt-right, and working out exactly what they stand for.”
I’m not sure who it was they were talking to during this month, as for the most part they don’t bother to mention anyone’s name. Presumably this is because they weren’t actually talking to people for a month, but spent the month trying to figure out how to Jew us over.
They begin with a brief and not especially meaningful or accurate history of the movement, then go on to the “natural conservatives” part, then they move into straight subversion.
In the section entitled “The Meme Team,” which speaks of alt-right twitter posters (which obviously includes the Stormer Troll Army, as well as TRS-based posters):
These young rebels, a subset of the alt-right, aren’t drawn to it because of an intellectual awakening, or because they’re instinctively conservative. Ironically, they’re drawn to the alt-right for the same reason that young Baby Boomers were drawn to the New Left in the 1960s: because it promises fun, transgression, and a challenge to social norms they just don’t understand.
This is obviously partly true.
But more importantly it is true that we actually hate all of these people. Of course we have fun doing it.
Why would anyone not have fun doing anything, if having fun doing something is an option?
Just as the kids of the 60s shocked their parents with promiscuity, long hair and rock’n’roll, so too do the alt-right’s young meme brigades shock older generations with outrageous caricatures, from the Jewish “Shlomo Shekelburg” to “Remove Kebab,” an internet in-joke about the Bosnian genocide. These caricatures are often spliced together with Millennial pop culture references, from old 4chan memes like pepe the frog, to anime and My Little Pony references.
The real joke is the “Bosnian genocide.”
And here we enter SUBVERSION HYPERDRIVE:
Are they actually bigots? No more than death metal devotees in the 80s were actually Satanists. For them, it’s simply a means to fluster their grandparents.
Of course we hate these people.
Saying that we don’t hate them, and it’s all a big joke because we want to anger our parents, is not just spin, it’s an outright lie.
Maybe it was true in 2005 that we made racist jokes about Jews and hajis for teh lulz, but then things got real. Now we know for a fact these people are trying to destroy us.
Why would we not hate them?
Currently, the Grandfather-in-Chief is Republican consultant Rick Wilson, who attracted the attention of this group on Twitter after attacking them as “childless single men who jerk off to anime.”
Responding in kind, they proceeded to unleash all the weapons of mass trolling that anonymous subcultures are notorious for — and brilliant at. From digging up the most embarrassing parts of his family’s internet history to ordering unwanted pizzas to his house and bombarding his feed with anime and Nazi propaganda, the alt-right’s meme team, in typically juvenile but undeniably hysterical fashion, revealed their true motivations: not racism, the restoration of monarchy or traditional gender roles, but lulz.
Again: welcome to current year.
We hate Rick Wilson and we love anime and the Nazis.
lulz are not an end in themselves.
lulz are a weapon of the race war.
Young people perhaps aren’t primarily attracted to the alt-right because they’re instinctively drawn to its ideology: they’re drawn to it because it seems fresh, daring and funny, while the doctrines of their parents and grandparents seem unexciting, overly-controlling and overly-serious. Of course, there is plenty of overlap. Some true believers like to meme too.
Actually, they’re drawn to it because they’re sick of being genocided by kikes.
They’re sick of not having a future. They’re sick of being forced to bow down before women and monkey people from anywhere. They’re sick of being told they are lesser, while looking at themselves and seeing that they are better in every conceivable sense than any of these people they are being told to submit to.
This isn’t some big joke.
We actually, literally hate these people who are trying to destroy us.
We are going to fight them and we are going to win.
There is no possible way that these writers actually believe what they’re saying. What they are trying to do is turn it into a joke by telling the people involved they don’t actually believe what they actually believe.
Of course, just as was the case in history, the parents and grandparents just won’t understand, man. That’s down to the age difference. Millennials aren’t old enough to remember the Second World War or the horrors of the Holocaust. They are barely old enough to remember Rwanda or 9/11. Racism, for them, is a monster under the bed, a story told by their parents to frighten them into being good little children.
“Horrors of the Holocaust.”
Find me a single alt-right twitter figure who believes the Holocaust is something other than a monumental hoax. Yes, we all joke about this stupid hoax, and yes, it is funny to joke about this stupid hoax. But the purpose of the jokes is to demystify it so as we can open people up to the reality that it did not actually happen.
And we are all conscious of this. It is a brilliant strategy of social engineering.
As with Father Christmas, Millennials have trouble believing it’s actually real. They’ve never actually seen it for themselves — and they don’t believe that the memes they post on /pol/ are actually racist. In fact, they know they’re not — they do it because it gets a reaction. Barely a month passes without a long feature in a new media outlet about the rampant sexism, racism or homophobia of online image boards. For regular posters at these boards, that’s mission accomplished.
If all these people are only doing this to get a reaction, then they don’t actually believe anything.
Is that what is meant to be communicated here?
“They don’t actually hate niggers. They just think it’s funny to pretend they hate niggers, because it makes niggers angry. They actually love niggers for some reason lol.” -Milo Yianopopolous on /pol/
If these are just a bunch of teenage retards making offensive jokes about things they don’t believe or care about, then why are they included in an article about a political ideology?
Obviously, everyone knows these pictures are racist and they post them because they dislike Blacks, Moslems and especially Jews.
What could possibly be more straightforward than that?
This claim that internet racism is some kind of elaborate hoax is pure gibberish.
Another, more palatable, interpretation of these memes is that they are clearly racist, but that there is very little sincerity behind them.
No, seriously: we sincerely are racists.
These people are trying to destroy us. We know they are trying to destroy us.
Even if we are not feeling the emotion of hate, we are certainly opposed to them, and use humor as a means to smash the sacred idol of the colored folk and Jews.
This isn’t all irony. And one more time: if it was, why would it be in an article about a serious political movement?
We then move into the section about “1488ers,” who, it is claimed, are the real haters:
Anything associated as closely with racism and bigotry as the alternative right will inevitably attract real racists and bigots. Calmer members of the alternative right refer darkly to these people as the “1488ers,” and for all their talk of there being “no enemies to the right,” it’s clear from the many conversations we’ve had with alt-righters that many would rather the 1488ers didn’t exist.
Again with this mysterious “conversations” – who are these people you conversed with?
This is not how you do journalism.
You are doing it wrong.
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. 1488ers would likely denounce this article as the product of a degenerate homosexual and an ethnic mongrel.
So I guess this is referring to me and my people?
But the meme shitposters are also my people.
So what, exactly, is going on here?
Why “1488”? It’s a reference to two well-known Neo Nazi slogans, the first being the so-called 14 Words: “We Must Secure The Existence Of Our People And A Future For White Children.” The second part of the number, 88, is a reference to the 8th letter of the alphabet – H. Thus, “88” becomes “HH” which becomes “Heil Hitler.”
Not very edifying stuff.
How is heiling Hitler “not edifying”?
What does that even mean?
Alt-right vlogger Paul “RamZPaul” Ramsey describes them as “LARPers” or Live-Action Role Players: a disparaging comparison to nerdy nostalgists who dress up as medieval warriors. Paul even goes as far as to suggest some in this “toxic mix of kooks and ex-cons” may be there solely to discredit the more reasonable white identitarians.
I’ve written a long essay explaining to Ramz Paul that no one actually knows anyone who dresses up and pretends to be an historical Nazi. He never responded and just kept saying the same things over and over. Then he told the same thing to these Breitbart people.
Obviously, it’s something which it is important to him to believe, regardless of the fact that it has no basis in reality.
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.
Okay, yeah, maybe some people are Stormfront are humorless, but that has more to do with the age demographic and the fact that they have fostered a climate of political correctness and feminism.
But Stormfront really isn’t even relevant to the alt-right, as it is an isolated group of middle-aged people which mostly just talks to itself on a single message board.
Ramz has previously called me a “1488er.” I think this term is extremely faggotish. Apparently, it refers to anyone who blames the Jews and says the Holocaust is a hoax.
Le NPI Selfie: Ramz Paul (right), inventor of the term “1488er,” an insult to White activists who talk about Jews.
The article then goes on to address… the threat of racism.
To young people and the politically disengaged, debate in the public square today appears topsy-turvy. The regressive Left loudly insists that it stands for equality and racial justice while praising acts of racial violence and forcing white people to sit at the back of the bus (or, more accurately, the back of the campus — or in another campus altogether). It defends absurd feminist positions with no basis in fact and ridicules and demeans people on the basis of their skin colour, sexual orientation and gender.
Meanwhile, the 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. What gives?
Yeah, wtf is up with that, huh?
Well, let me go ahead and explain something which the authors of this piece are already aware of: the people who invite homos and Pakis to their conferences are a totally separate group than the people who are joking about the Holocaust. As I said above, what this article attempts to do is force the entire alt-right movement under the banner of a tiny minority who no one actually cares about and who get virtually zero traffic on their pro-Jew, pro-homo websites.
This article attempts to create confusion where there isn’t any.
Also, I don’t know what a non-satirical Holocaust joke would look like, exactly, but no one who jokes about the Holocaust believes it actually happened.
Because if they have the nerve to joke about it, they have the nerve to spend a few hours researching and finding that there is zero evidence that it happened.
If you’re this far down the article, you’ll know some of the answers already. For the meme brigade, it’s just about having fun. They have no real problem with race-mixing, homosexuality, or even diverse societies: it’s just fun to watch the mayhem and outrage that erupts when those secular shibboleths are openly mocked. These younger mischief-makers instinctively understand who the authoritarians are and why and how to poke fun at them.
No one has any problem with race-mixing, homosexuality or diversity? It’s all just a joke to piss people off for no reason?
Where are these ideas even coming from?
How did they even think of this?
Milo has no problem with race-mixing: here’s a White woman wearing a “Big Black Cock” t-shirt he sells on his website. $26.80 is a small price to pay for all the Black cock this is going to get you, goyim female.
Surprise, goyim, surprise!
The intellectuals are animated by a similar thrill: after being taken for granted for centuries, they’re the ones who get to pick apart some of the Enlightenment’s dead dogmas. The 1488ers just hate everyone; fortunately they keep mostly to themselves.
So not even the “intellectuals” actually care, they’re just in it for thrills.
The only people who do care are the Nazis, and they can be dismissed because of their hatreds.
Estimates have proven that 97% of the alt-right looks like this.
This is quite possibly the stupidest article I’ve ever read.
Oh, but wait. Another one of their groupings actually cares – they just don’t care enough to get angry about it or do anything.
The really interesting members of the alt-right though, and the most numerous, are the natural conservatives. They are perhaps psychologically inclined to be unsettled by threats to western culture from mass immigration and maybe by non-straight relationships. Yet, unlike the 1488ers, the presence of such doesn’t send them into fits of rage. They want to build their homogeneous communities, sure — but they don’t want to commit any pogroms along the way. Indeed, they would prefer non-violent solutions.
And that’s about the end of it.
They wrap-up by saying that the alt-right is “here to stay.” Though I don’t know how they know that, since they don’t seem to know what the alt-right actually is.
Or so they would have you believe.
As to the questions I asked earlier:
I was not contacted for an interview, nor was The Daily Stormer mentioned in article. I don’t point this out because I’m cocky or whatever, but it is simply a fact: this site has more influence on the narrative of the alt-right than any other site on the internet.
That is a statistical fact.
Presumably, they failed to contact me because I would make the narrative they are trying to push impossible. So instead, they just pretend we don’t exist, and the alt-right is just a bunch of Jew-loving homosexuals and teenage boys who joke about Blacks and the Holocaust but actually for some reason like Blacks and believe the Holocaust was an actual historical event.
They don’t appear to have interviewed many other people either though. This is an extremely fragile narrative they are pushing. Only really possible inside of a vacuum. Just quote a few people no one’s ever heard of, then bring Ramz in to insult anyone who is mean to God’s chosen people.
The other thing here is the total lack of any mention of Jews. And that is really the bottom line – the entire goal of this subversion project. The Jewish establishment is attempting to remove discussion of the Jews from the narrative. They have been doing this for a long time, with a lot of different people who would rather blame “liberalism” or “pathological altruism” for the situation we find ourselves in, when the blame rests solely on the hook-nose of the eternal parasite.
Because they don’t really care if you sit around talking about Blacks and feminists. Nothing is actually going to come of that.
Recently, Milo went on a show with the Jew Dave Rubin and said that internet Jew-haters don’t really hate the Jews, they just think it’s funny to mock Jews.
(Gotta give props though for “we do control the banks, we do control the media.” Definitely made Rubin squirm a bit.)
“Alt-right” is in itself a new term, which hasn’t really been defined. That is what they are attempting to do: preemptively define it. Basically, this article described the exact type of thing that goes on on this site, and what our people do on twitter – thus making us a part of the “alt-right” definition they present – then said “oh no they’re just joking, they actually love the kikes.”
This is just getting started.
We are now an exploding movement. Not just this site, of course – I didn’t mean to imply above that we’re the only site that matters. We just happen to be the biggest. But there are many, many others involved who care about the real issue: stopping these Jews.
Beware of anyone who isn’t talking constantly about Jews. They are probably up to something. They are at best useless. Any attempt to downplay the Jew role in the destruction of Western civilization should be looked at as subversion.
This Breitbart article is the first large-scale attempt to co-opt the movement and remove the Jews. I expect Breitbart to do follow-ups, pushing this same narrative. Probably, they’ve been awarded this task by other Jews.
The Jews have their schemes.
But we also have schemes.
And God, the universe and the spirits of our ancestors stand with us against the darkness of the eternal Jew.