January 8, 2018
Dear Jews: Just imagine all the Alt-Right teachers that you haven’t and won’t ever catch.
There are millions of young white men who believe what we believe, and all you have done by persecuting us is make it so you generally have no idea who and where we are. You cannot control people’s thoughts by making those thoughts a fireable offense.
A Catholic school substitute teacher in Maryland was fired after his students exposed his “alt-right” views online.
Students at the all-girl Academy of the Holy Cross in Kensington first discovered Gregory Conte’s personal Twitter account which showed his white nationalist views, according to WTTG-TV.
The school’s ex-field hockey coach used the name “Gregory Ritter” on Twitter, and his account description said he’s the director of operations at the National Policy Institute, which white supremacist Richard Spencer runs.
Links to “Alt-Right Politics” podcasts on altright.com are often shared on his page as well.
Conte’s students also found footage of him attending the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va., last summer, according to Fox News.
The school knew about his “alt-right” views in October when he was fired, WTTG reported, but didn’t say why it waited until January to inform parents.
Last week, the school sent letters to parents informing them about Conte’s firing and saying his views didn’t impact the students.
Now see. This is the problem with sluts. They will witch-hunt you.
Women are obsessed with the status quo and enforcing it.
Anyway. This interview was pretty epic. Dude is smoking a cigar and brings up Arabic Hitler translations and the Roman Empire before dismounting on a neg.
At least Greg has a job at NPI, meaning he won’t suffer too much losing his normie job. It’s more difficult for most people, as the actual paying jobs in the Alt-Right are few and far between.
This is one of the reasons that I think the core focus of the movement needs to be on information-related activism at this point in time. A lot of people got fired for Charlottesville. A lot of people went to jail. Some of the people who have been fired have done GoFundMes. But how many people can the movement afford to pay unemployment for?
We are winning in the sphere of information activism. Everyday, we are adding people to our ranks.
Charlottesville was necessary. We made a splash and got the entire world talking about us. But I personally do not think there is a need to repeat that. Real life activities should relate to community building and activism that can be done without risking having your face filmed. Because most people need to have a job.