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Violence is protected political speech

March 4, 2016 in Commentary

Earlier this week we found footage of Matthew Heimbach and a black woman involved in a shoving match at Donald Trump’s Louisville, KY rally.  The Black Lives Matter establishment has seized on this opportunity to screech “hate crime!” and “assault!” in the feeble hopes that somebody in a position of authority will respond favorably to their cries.  Violence, even immaterial shoving as being argued about now, is not a quirk or defect in the process of public discourse, it is a feature.

No matter where you look political action is accompanied by political speech.  It’s possible to find political speech happening without political action, but nobody cares about do-nothing blowhards. Nobody really cares about strong political speech (no matter how provocative) until its gears start to grind and their machine starts making tracks.  Everybody’s favorites radicals over at VNN (where you go after getting kicked out of Stormfront) are some of the most angry shit-posters on the internet– but nobody cares.  At least, nobody cared about them until Frazier Glenn Miller came unhinged and went on a shooting spree.  Then after MSM spent a good solid month or two repeating “white supremacists are dangerous” it faded into the background again.  The way MSM gets “stuck on stupid” and repeats the same talking point for days, weeks, or months at a time makes Marco Rubio’s repeat-glitch during debate look petty and non-existent. Read the rest of this entry →

by parrott

Stop Stumping (for) the Trump

February 28, 2016 in Commentary

When drafting off of a vehicle, one must be mindful to refrain from getting carried away and ramming into the vehicle. Some White Nationalist leaders have become like delusional “side pieces,” so giddy about their man that they’re keen on ruining the man and his marriage in order to have him exclusively for themselves. We must back off a bit, both to protect his campaign and to protect our own cause.

Back in July, I wrote Let’s Not Be Trump’s ChumpsRead the rest of this entry →

by parrott

Buried Alive: On Montsalvat’s Autopsy of the AltRight

February 21, 2016 in Commentary

Eugene Montsalvat has issued an attack on the “alternative right” masquerading as an autopsy over at the new RightOn site. Declaring the movement dead at this historical moment is preposterous. Speaking as an old believer who actually knows what being in a hopeless and sinking movement feels like, I can say with complete confidence that we’re not in need of an autopsy any time soon. Read the rest of this entry →

by gderic

Traditionalist Worker’s Party and Keystone United Event: A First Person Perspective

February 15, 2016 in Commentary

On February 13th, 2016, the party cadre of the Traditionalist Worker’s Party co-hosted an energetic encounter with the leaders of the community organization, Keystone United, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

This conference was a historical development within the racial advocacy and third positionist movement for one stark reason: the approximately sixty individuals in attendance came from all walks of life, and all were liberated from superfluous contradictions, snobbery, or subcultural hangups. Some wore suits, others preferred bomber jackets. A few speakers had Ph.Ds, but many work with their hands–equally valuable in their insight. Read the rest of this entry →

by parrott

Matthew Heimbach is a Stunt Monkey?

November 12, 2015 in Commentary

He appeared out of nowhere, took the media by storm, and ended up generating an incredible amount of buzz for White interests. But several insiders were deeply displeased with this development. Jealous of their fiefdoms and sinecures, they launched a nationwide campaign–both in public and in private–to insist that he was actually bad for our interests, a loose cannon who threatened to ruin everything by being too brash, too attention hungry, and too populist with his messaging.

The guy’s a reality show spectacle, a media fabrication, an attention whore, they said.

A powerful network, inspired by William F. Buckley’s tradition of purging everybody who presented populist or working class optics, instigated a smear campaign against him to try to drive him out. “He’s making us look bad!” they cried. “He’s out of control!” they shrieked. They were half right. He wasn’t under their control, and he wasn’t getting with their contrived gay-friendly, neo-colonialist, and classist agenda. He was a true maverick with a solid message that achieved what nobody else had managed to achieve for a long time, an inspiring and forward-looking vision for White Americans. Read the rest of this entry →

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