To be alt right means skepticism about the modern world. And there’s a lot to be skeptical about these days. Maybe even the notion of the country as a whole.
We on the alt right are skeptical of everything we have indoctrinated to believe.
We are skeptical of feminism which erodes the relationship between man and woman; of anti-racism which ignores the real biological differences among the races that have all kinds of consequences for modern life; of liberal democracy which promises a better life by joining the mob; of government generally which can’t deliver anything it promises, really and certainly won’t deliver it to you.
Every regime has an animating lie at its heart. Ours is that diversity is a strength. It isn’t. In declining economic orders, old questions are reopened and re-litigated.
Why is the alt right being mentioned now?
For starters, we are winning against our three biggest foes — the media, education, and government sectors. Our ideas are moving from fringe, to the mainstream, and into the Overton Window. Every account of the alt right notes its tech savvy youth, an implicit recognition that the old, beige Reaganite losers are put out to pasture where they belong. The future, if there is one, belongs to us, you might say.
There’s going to be an effort to brand the Alt Right movement as “scary” and to tie Breitbart to the alt right movement. This effort might work. The thinking is that Trump is “scary” and so you shouldn’t vote for someone “scary.” You don’t want Trump’s short fingers on the nuclear button, they seem to say. No one really tells you how this unilateral nuclear war would go down so you’re supposed to imagine the worse because your imagination, your fear, and your lack of reason is more powerful than anything you could be told.
This is the game the left always plays. It’s always the right that seemingly wants to go to war but always the left that ends up voting for it, funding it, and pushing it well beyond it’s mandate. Remember how they said Reagan wanted to nuke the world? Instead, we got the collapse of the Soviet Union and the peaceful reintegration of millions behind the Iron Curtain into the global world order. It should be a major tell that nearly all of the people who have pushed our failed wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, and Syria support Clinton, not Trump.
Guess what? The alt right is scary. Very scary. Because what we know to be true is hostile to what the liberal, progressive order believes as a state religion.
Robert Cialdini, the propagandist for the Hillary Clinton campaign, wants you to believe that Trump’s Make America Great Again vision is “dark” — that’s the watch word but dark for whom?
America is already a dark, diminished place for those of us who are white and under 35. The quality of life we lead is worse than that of our parents. We are fired and ostracized for our views. We are persecuted for them by disgusting social justice warriors that have neither the IQ, not the courage to actually build the institutions our parents and grandparents built for us.
Therefore we are heretics and need to be punished. Sometimes we are punished for what we believe or for what we report.
Breitbart.com, though, isn’t really a part of the alt right. It’s too cucked, too believing in fantasies like multiculturalism. It believes, wrongly, that it’s possible to get racial and ethnic minorities to vote for limited government.
To the extent that we on the alt right have influenced Breitbart and its staff, great. But it’s more likely that events have simply proven we are right.
The next stage is to take power.
I laid out this mission for the alt right back in April.
The wall was a joke in Hungary a few years ago; now it’s a reality.
— Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) August 25, 2016
If Hungary can do it why can’t we?
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