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2016-11-23 USA: Seeds of the Alt-Right
« on: 30 November 2016 at 02:03 »
Creativity may very well be the seedling of the mutated and burgeoning alt-Right, but Creators were and remain #WRL's - White Racial Loyalists. Alt-Right started off as something worthwhile, but has since morphed into a generic civic nationalist "We're not racist because our leaders are Jewish" and "We love Israel" movement. Be that as it may, Creators remain as we have always been and reject civic nationalism, considering it as an excuse to take the easy path and play footsy with enemies in the hope of spurious alliances. The enemy of my enemy is not my friend. Relying on your enemies to gain you the so-called democratic vote will not reverse an already well-underway White Genocide.

The White Race stands alone.  :rahowa


The seeds of the alt-right, America’s emergent right-wing populist movement

George Michael | The Conversation | 23 November 2016

Extract: In recent months, far-right activists – which some have labeled the “alt-right” – have gone from being an obscure, largely online subculture to a player at the very center of American politics.

Long relegated to the cultural and political fringe, alt-right activists were among the most enthusiastic supporters of Donald Trump. Earlier this year, executive Steve Bannon had declared the website “the platform for the alt-right.” By August, Bannon was appointed the CEO of the Trump campaign. In the wake of Trump’s victory, he’ll be joining Trump in the White House as a senior advisor.

I’ve spent years extensively researching the American far right, and the movement seems more energized than ever. To its critics, the alt-right is just a code term for white nationalism, a much-maligned ideology associated with neo-Nazis and Klansmen. The movement, however, is more nuanced, encompassing a much broader spectrum of right-wing activists and intellectuals.

How did the movement gain traction in recent years? And now that Trump has won, could the alt-right change the American political landscape?

Mainstreaming a movement

The alt-right includes white nationalists, but it also includes those who believe in libertarianism, men’s rights, cultural conservatism and populism.

Nonetheless, its origins can be traced to various American white nationalist movements that have endured for decades. These groups have historically been highly marginalized, with virtually no influence on the mainstream culture and certainly not over public policy. Some of the most radical elements have long advocated a revolutionary program.

Groups such as the Aryan Nations, White Aryan Resistance, the National Alliance and the World Church of the Creator have preached racial revolution against ZOG, or the “Zionist Occupation Government.” Many were inspired by the late William L. Pierce’s “Turner Diaries,” a novel about a race war that consumes America.

The Jewish Redefinition of White Nationalism and Takeover by Pro-Israel anti-Islam Zionists and Civic Nationalists ~ Cailen.

Breitbart News has become popular with white nationalists. But the site has also unapologetically backed Israel. Since its inception, Jews – including Andrew Breitbart, Larry Solov, Alexander Marlow, Joel Pollak, Ben Shapiro and Milo Yiannopoulos – have held leading positions in the organization. In fact, in recent months, Yiannopoulos, a self-described “half Jew” and practicing Catholic – who’s also a flamboyant homosexual with a penchant for black boyfriends – has emerged as the movement’s leading spokesman on college campuses (though he denies the alt-right characterization).

Trump’s victory was “the first step, the first stage towards identity politics for white people.”

The success of the Trump campaign demonstrated the potential influence of the alt-right in the coming years.

Anecdotal evidence suggests that they were among his most avid foot soldiers in getting out the vote in both the primaries and general election. Moreover, the Trump campaign provided the opportunity for members of this movement to meet face to face.

But if Trump fails to deliver on his most emphatic campaign promises – such as building the wall – the alt-right might become disillusioned with him, just like the progressives who chastised Barack Obama for continuing to prosecute wars in the Middle East.

Unlike old-school white nationalist movements, the alt-right has endeavored to create a self-sustaining counterculture, which includes a distinct vernacular, memes, symbols and a number of blogs and alternative media outlets.

Now that it has been mobilized and demonstrated its relevance (just look at the number of articles written about the movement, which further publicizes it), the alt-right is likely to grow, gaining a firmer foothold in American politics.

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George Michael


Dr. George Michael joined the Westfield State criminal justice faculty in the spring of 2013. Previously, he was an associate professor of nuclear counter-proliferation and deterrence theory at the Air War College in Montgomery, Alabama. He teaches courses on terrorism, homeland security, and organized crime. He is the author of seven books, including Theology of Hate: A History of the World Church of the Creator (including notes on the early years of the Creativity Alliance/Church of Creativity). Published by University Press of Florida, 2009.
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