The Atlantic’s Richard Spencer Documentary

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 15, 2016

The Atlantic released their Richard Spencer documentary today. This is the one they were filming when they recorded the infamous #HeilGate clip.

The 11 minute production is actually not bad. Spencer’s views are pretty much just represented without comment. They do a few subtle things to try and make him look stupid/silly – but it’s subtle.

Our own Moshe and Toothpuller both got may-mays in (starts 2:18).

Also featured was this screenshot of great philosopher Lucky saying “THE KIKES ARE THE ROOT OF THE SANDNIGGER PROBLEM.”


They also show the antifa in a not really very great light – that is, they just show them being themselves, and what they are is a bunch of hysterical, violent true believers in the establishment. Believers in absolutely everything they were taught by the government school system. People who are willing to actually murder anyone who dares question the ideology of the ruling class.

The NPI conference looks great, overall. I do think that next year, there should be a dresscode, just so we’re able to present the image we want to present.

Anyway, good job Richard Spencer. You somehow got the media to treat you relatively fairly.

Here’s The Atlantic’s own description of the film.

Richard B. Spencer greeted an audience of more than 200 at an alt-right conference in Washington D.C. last month with the cry, “Hail Trump, hail our people, hail victory!” He was met with enthusiastic cheers and Nazi salutes, and The Atlantic’s clip made headlines. In this documentary, we go further inside Spencer’s ethnocentric worldview to understand what his plans are for the so-called alt-right—namely, to bring white nationalism out of the shadows. “I don’t see myself as a marginal figure who’s going to be hated by society. I see myself as a mainstream figure,” he said. Spencer and other alt-right leaders see Donald Trump’s rise as the first step towards a whites-only state. “Our lived experience is being a young, white person in 21st century America, [and] seeing your identity be demeaned,” Spencer said. “I’ve lived in this multicultural mess for years and I’m trying to get out of it.”