Thursday, July 27, 2017


Time to face the facts.  The Trump victory has emboldened the alt-right, white supremacists, white Christian supremacists, and a host others with similar views. 
 Not sure? Checkout their website (hosted by National Policy Center.
One recent article there dealt with how to increase the white birth rate.

look at the quotes below from Richard Spencer, and these commentaries from the UK.  Check out the links.

1. “ The election of Donald Trump to the presidency sparked a wave of celebrations among white supremacists throughout the United States – and in vast swaths of online communities of the so-called “alt-right”. 

Support from these groups only solidified when President-elect Trump named Steve Bannon as his chief strategist and senior counsel. Bannon is most notable for his time as executive chairman of Breitbart, a hard-right conservative news site that routinely disparages Muslims, people of colour, women, immigrants, and the LGBTQ community

Bannon has referred to the site as a “platform for the alt-right” in an interview with Mother Jones in August. Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton targeted the alt-right in a speech that month, accusing Mr Trump of “taking hate groups mainstream and helping a radical fringe take over the Republican party”.

Now the “alt-right” has its own representative at the helm of the 45th US presidency. 

“Alt-right” is a term coined by National Policy Institute president Richard Spencer in 2008. Spencer is an outspoken support for making the US an all white ethno-state. But he hopes to bring white supremacy to mainstream politics – something a Trump win [could achieve. 

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2.  White supremacists have been filmed performing Hitler salutes and shouting “hail Trump!” during a speech by a leading member of the “alt-right” movement.

Richard B Spencer, president of the far-right National Policy Institute, made numerous allusions to Nazi ideology during his half-hour speech at a conference in Washington on Saturday[immediately after the Trump victory was announced]

“Hail Trump! Hail our people! Hail victory!” he shouted as members of the audience leapt to their feet applauding, with several making prolonged Hitler salutes. 

“No one will honour us for losing gracefully, no one mourns the great crimes committed against us. For us it is conquer or die.”

Mr Spencer went on to attack the “mainstream media” for its treatment Donald Trump.”

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It was also heard being shouted at Trump rallies, where the Republican candidate frequently attacked the press, and has become a hashtag popular among some of his supporters on social media.

“The press has clearly decided to double down and wage war against the legitimacy of Trump and the continued existence of white America,” said Mr Spencer to more cheers. “But they are really opening up the door for us.”

The white nationalist, who claims he coined the term “alt-right”, also described journalists as “soulless Golem” – supernatural creates from Jewish folklore – “animated by some dark power”.

Richard B Spencer also called for a 50-year freeze on immigration

Footage broadcast by The Atlantic as part of an upcoming documentary on Mr Spencer showed his followers repeatedly performing Hitler salutes during the tirade, where he claimed America was a “white country [that] belongs to us”.

To be white is to be a striver, a crusader, an explorer and a conqueror,” he continued.

“We don’t exploit other groups, we don’t gain anything from their presence. They need us and not the other way around.

the “Within the very blood in our veins as children of the sun lies the potential for greatness. That is great struggle we’re called to. 

“We’re not meant to live in shame and weakness and disgrace. We were not meant to beg for moral validation from some of the most despicable creatures to ever populate the planet.”

The National Policy Institute’s website could not be reached on Tuesday but an archived version showed its homepage describing the organisation as “dedicated to the heritage, identity, and future of people of European descent in the United States, and around the world”. “

 I thought AMERICAN conservatism was anti-thetical to fascism and Nazism.  I guess some conservatives don't see it that way.  At least not as long as it is better-dressed and disguised.  I call on all conservatives to reject this movement!




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