Vox Day: What the Alt-Right Is

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One of the leading voices of the alt-right, Vox Day, has invited us to discuss the following effort to characterize the alt-right to people who are unacquainted with it. What follows is his whole post.


In the interest of developing a core Alt Right philosophy upon which others can build.

The Alt Right is of the political right in both the American and the European sense of the term. Socialists are not Alt Right. Progressives are not Alt Right. Liberals are not Alt Right. Communists, Marxists, Marxians, cultural Marxists, and neocons are not Alt Right.

The Alt Right is an ALTERNATIVE to the mainstream conservative movement in the USA that is nominally encapsulated by Russel Kirk’s 10 Conservative Principles, but in reality has devolved towards progressivism. It is also an alternative to libertarianism.

The Alt Right is not a defensive attitude and rejects the concept of noble and principled defeat. It is a forward-thinking philosophy of offense, in every sense of that term. The Alt Right believes in victory through persistence and remaining in harmony with science, reality, cultural tradition, and the lessons of history.

The Alt Right believes Western civilization is the pinnacle of human achievement and supports its three foundational pillars: Christianity, the European nations, and the Rule of Law.

The Alt Right is openly and avowedly nationalist. It supports all nationalisms and the right of all nations to exist, homogeneous and unadulterated by foreign invasion and immigration.

The Alt Right is anti-globalist. It opposes all groups who work for globalist ideals or globalist objectives.

The Alt Right is anti-equalitarian. It rejects the idea of equality for the same reason it rejects the ideas of unicorns and leprechauns, noting that human equality does not exist in any observable scientific, legal, material, intellectual, sexual, or spiritual form.

The Alt Right is scientodific. It presumptively accepts the current conclusions of the scientific method (scientody), while understanding a) these conclusions are liable to future revision, b) that scientistry is susceptible to corruption, and c) that the so-called scientific consensus is not based on scientody, but democracy, and is therefore intrinsically unscientific.

The Alt Right believes identity > culture > politics.

The Alt Right is opposed to the rule or domination of any native ethnic group by another, particularly in the sovereign homelands of the dominated peoples. The Alt Right is opposed to any non-native ethnic group obtaining excessive influence in any society through nepotism, tribalism, or any other means.

The Alt Right understands that diversity + proximity = war.

The Alt Right doesn’t care what you think of it.

The Alt Right rejects international free trade and the free movement of peoples that free trade requires. The benefits of intranational free trade is not evidence for the benefits of international free trade.

The Alt Right believes we must secure the existence of white people and a future for white children.

The Alt Right does not believe in the general supremacy of any race, nation, people, or sub-species. Every race, nation, people, and human sub-species has its own unique strengths and weaknesses, and possesses the sovereign right to dwell unmolested in the native culture it prefers.

The Alt Right is a philosophy that values peace among the various nations of the world and opposes wars to impose the values of one nation upon another as well as efforts to exterminate individual nations through war, genocide, immigration, or genetic assimilation.

TL;DR: The Alt Right is a Western ideology that believes in science, history, reality, and the right of a genetic nation to exist and govern itself in its own interests.

The patron saint of conservatives, Russell Kirk, wrote: “The great line of demarcation in modern politics, Eric Voegelin used to point out, is not a division between liberals on one side and totalitarians on the other. No, on one side of that line are all those men and women who fancy that the temporal order is the only order, and that material needs are their only needs, and that they may do as they like with the human patrimony. On the other side of that line are all those people who recognize an enduring moral order in the universe, a constant human nature, and high duties toward the order spiritual and the order temporal.”

This is no longer true, assuming it ever was. The great line of demarcation in modern politics is now a division between men and women who believe that they are ultimately defined by their momentary opinions and those who believe they are ultimately defined by their genetic heritage. The Alt Right understands that the former will always lose to the latter in the end, because the former is subject to change.

This is merely a very early draft. Discuss amongst yourselves.

David Duke, Jared Taylor, Kevin Macdonald, and Richard Spencer come to mind when thinking of people who have helped define and grow the alt-right. Are there any others that come to mind that I’ve missed.

Are there any points you would add or delete from Vox Day’s draft?

12 thoughts on “Vox Day: What the Alt-Right Is

  1. The ALT right are just the Jews trying to hijack the real “pro white” or “pro European” movement so they can continue to control our people.

    • I’m going to disagree with you while welcoming your reply or other replies that disagree with me. Richard Spencer and K Mac name the Jew. Every position Vox Day lays out is something I agree with. Admittedly, there are Jews who articulate alt-right views, such as Mencius Moldbug and Milo Yiannopolis. I’ll give you and others the last word on this post.

  2. I think Europeans need to move away from using the terms “right” and “left” to describe political positions, they are really empty terms that serve the Jew instead of getting down to discussing the real issues and solutions to our problems.

    • Well, we do have white nationalism, race realism, and our National Socialists. I believe VB identified as a National Socialist.

      Some Trump supporters call him a civic nationalist. Richard Spencer, who is definitely not a Jew, coined the term alt-right.

      It’s not a very elegant or gracious sounding term. Perhaps there is something in history that would be an umbrella term to use to describe us that is easier to say than “alternative right.”

      Oh, there’s also the term “identitarian,” but again that suffers from the problem of not having much meaning to anyone hearing it.

  3. I think I am maybe a “tribalist” and my tribe is Celtic/Anglo Saxon so no Jews or Niggers involved so that is Milo and Roosh gone

  4. A lot of spokespeople for “whites” are bad eggs and a lot of them are Jews. I will not name any here. I agree that the terms Right and Left are best avoided, along with all other words like Fascist, Nazi, Hater, Skinhead, White Supremacist, you name it -“Tin foil hat wearer”, conspiracy nut, and so on. All of these are now insults except for Left, which is now compulsory in our (((Marxist))) controlled world.
    To admit to being Right and White is to ask for a prison term.
    Better to fight the good fight without labels especially those chosen by “The Chosen”. Clue, any words used in the MSM re white “haters” are insults to us and best avoided. I do not like the term Alt Right any more than the term Nazi. The Tea Party people seemed like good people but the media smeared them. Anyone smeared by the media, like Trump, is probably telling the truth. As dis Senator Joe McCarthy and Congressman Traficant.
    What is the use, all is lost for the whites. I am a pessimist, the Jews have won and they won over 100 years ago. There was a very brief pushback in the 1950s when a few non traitors like the HUAC called out the Jew Commies running the USA. After this, the Jew hubris has taken complete control of every aspect of our lives. Just look at the crap spewed out by TV and Hollywood for about 50 years now, and getting worse every year.
    WWII actions and results proved that Jew Commies were running Germany, the UK, and the USA all through 1939 to 1945. Not to mention the victorious Soviet Union and another buddy of the USA Jews, Mao Tse Tung.

  5. I find myself agreeing with some of this, but not all of it. Not, when blacks and muzzies can be british, it would be easier for right-wing posers to say that in fact they are british and deserve to be there and just ban all future immigrants, which imo is stupid. Just like how they came in the country they can also get out.

    I also agree about the science part, but no so much about the christianity part. It has been a factor in our western civilization, but it wasn’t because of christianity per se, it was because of it unifying people’s beliefs.

    As christianity is at the moment, i don’t think we should follow it. Too much jewish control. I don’t see why we should believe in the bible, when most of it is occupied by the old testament, which Jesus wanted us to be rid off. I mean, think about it, jews believe in the old testament and they killed Jesus. So, by having it in the bible, we basically believe part of the same things his killers did.

    Otherwise i kinda agree with what was said, other than that a lot of the so-called representatives are actually jews.

    Not sure about my stance on the international free trade. I still think you can have international trade and that it’s required in a way in our modern times, without needing to have mass immigration. There is just too much technology and information that you might not be able to have otherwise. I do think that a lot of companies should make brands nationally though instead of exporting workplaces all the time. It’s a fine balance.

    • European whites had decent morality before Christianity came along. I call myself a “cultural Christian,” which sets me at the opposite end from cultural Marxists. However, I am not a traditional Christian.

      My grandmother’s Christian church taught that there was a “nigger heaven” and a “white heaven.” Segregation forever. LOL.

      • Well see, things like these annoy me. It’s like everyone has a different opinion of what is true and isn’t. And it’s higher up as well in Christianity.

        It would be much better if there was something more constant that we can all agree with and associate with. But since everyone says something different, i find it hard to believe in Christianity as whole, since a lot of time even it’s adherents don’t know what to believe. Some say we should help invaders are “refugees”, others think that we should take care of our race first and foremost. And they are all Christians. It’s too divisive.

        Which is why i think i’m also a cultural Christian more or less. But i find the huge variances quite disturbing and not unexpected (((divide and conquer)))

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