July 15, 2016
He’s a good boy, definitely didn’t do nothing.
Oh, Britain, looks like it’ll take a few more Brexits to uncuck you after all.
Earlier this month, I received an official notice, packaged in an intriguing manilla envelope labeled “On Her Britannic Majesty’s Service.” The words reminded me of my favorite James Bond film . . . and gave me a foolish hope that I had just received a royal invitation for afternoon tea or perhaps been called into M’s office for an assignment.
In reality, I had been banned from yet one more European country.
That makes 27.
Apparently these countries weren’t fooled by his mild mannered attitude and sharp dress.
Who is responsible? None other than the then-Home Secretary and newly minted Prime Mistress, Theresa May. A “staunch conservative,” no doubt.
Perhaps, as Matthew Tait suggested on a recent podcast, May’s office banned me as a way of balancing the scales of exclusion: for every 100 or so Muhammads, she’ll ban a couple of Richard Spencers, to signal she’s not “racist,” just an iron lady preventing “foreign influence.”
More likely, she’d only ban the Muhammads as a cover to justify banning nationalists.
The letter Spencer received started with this:
Dear Mr Spencer
I am writing to inform you about the British government’s measures for excluding or deporting extremists under the Unacceptable Behaviour policy.
To a liberal, anyone on the right of Hillary looks like this. As a side note, this guy looks like a total bro.
Oh, Richard. This isn’t the first time this happened, right? I recall something about Hungary arresting you for being a hardcore hate mongering neo-Nazi?
Anyway, I’m chiding Spencer because he always made a point of moderating his message and projecting a softer, less offensive image in order to avoid getting negative responses.
And yet it doesn’t seem to be working. Richard seems to be put in exactly the same basket as hardcore neo-Nazis like Andrew Anglin or weev. In fact, as far as I know, neither of them received letters from the Queen telling them to bug off yet.
But I have to congratulate Richard for his latest interview however with Vice, however, where he was more forthright than he was before:
“Essentially, you choose the red pill of truth as opposed to the blue pill of delusion. That is, the truth about race, the truth about America, the truth about the Jewish influence, the truth about women… These are hard truths, and these are truths that go against the grain of liberal ideology and wishful thinking.”
Well done bro.
It’s great that Spencer is finally starting to name the Jew openly.
The fact of the matter is, there’s really no point in trying to be moderate. The theory is that moderation will appeal to “normies” and will allow you to “infiltrate” conventional organizations by being “undercover.” If this worked, I’d have no problem with it. I’m down with doing whatever it takes to win.
Couldn’t we just send our Nazi spies to take over everything on the down low?
The problem, of course, is that both pillars of this theory are demonstrably wrong. We have the data, and we know that the most extreme message will generally enjoy the most popularity, all things being equal. And now we also know that moderation doesn’t allow you to avoid getting banned from everywhere.
So why bother?
Join the 14/88 collective. Resistance is futile.