A photo featuring former reality TV star Tila Tequila doing a Nazi salute with two men finally managed to get her back into the news. It also got her banned from Twitter.
There’s another aspect of the picture, which was taken inside of a restaurant where attendees of a conference sponsored by alt-right activist Richard Spencer had gathered for dinner, which isn’t widely known, however: One of the men in the picture is actually Jewish.
In a video filmed outside of Maggiano’s Little Italy in Washington, one of the men who was pictured making the gesture (also known as the Roman salute) can be seen standing next to another man who says, “We’re Jews and we’re going to see what it’s like.”
Haha. Maggiano’s Little Italy has apologized for the Nazi salute, also known as the Roman salute.
On the issue of the picture above, The Wrap quotes alt=right “Nazi” Andrew Anglin this way:
Since Nazis don’t particularly enjoy Jewish people, some racist bloggers are pissed at National Policy Institute President Richard Spencer, who organized the event.
“I’m not even against throwing up Roman salutes at these conferences, and in fact find it hilarious. What I am against is having a Jew Ratface (and an Asian pornstar) as the face of the face of neo-Nazism,” Daily Stormer’s Andrew Anglin wrote.
He continued: “If Spencer is now going to be a representative of the neo-Nazi agenda, he needs to tighten-up his ship. The last thing we need is the world believing that neo-Nazis are just a bunch of k—s and g—s…. Spencer needs to issue a blanket ban on the Hebrew people.”
Anglin is always good for a quote that includes a taboo racial term or two. The only problem I have with it is that it probably damages Donald Trump’s ability to govern. If Trump were left out of all this, which he won’t be because of the MSM putting him in the middle of it, I wouldn’t care. In fact, I would be amused at all of this fake liberal outrage and media efforts to blow the story way, way out of proportion.
Think about it. A half dozen people make a so-called Nazi salute and the media has the USA being taken over by the new Mussolini or the new Hitler. It’s insane, folks.
Jew and Twitter superstar Mike Cernovich, formerly self=identified as alt-right, added (via Salon):
Others criticized the salutes as being part of a plot to make the alt-right look more extreme than it is. Twitter troll and author Mike Cernovich, who once self-identified as being alt-right but now no longer does, condemned the salutes as being the work of government officials.
“If you want to defeat a movement, you let it get taken over by people who will do what you tell them to,” Cernovich said on a Periscope video posted yesterday. “Richard Spencer is owned by the media.”
He continued: “There’s a lot of people who are going to go to prison. The government is going to incite people and entrap people into doing all kinds of stuff.”
Someone purporting to be the man in the salute picture posted an anonymous blog entry explaining his actions and apologizing for them to the alt-right.
“As a half-jew posing with an Asian I figured it would be viewed for what it was, a joke,” the essay says. “Personally I do not have any problems with this gesture, as I think it is an inspirational expression of loyalty to, and pride in, our heritage.”
The anonymous blogger continued: “Despite being the product of the selfish act of miscegenation myself, I identify as European. The preservation of our race, our culture, and our way of life is more dear to me than any other part of my life. I lived first-hand through the violence caused by diversity. . . . None of the personal fallout since [the National Policy Institute event] has bothered me on any deep level, even my own Jewish father seeing my face on MSNBC giving the Roman salute caused me little concern. It was not until [vlogger Paul Ramsey who’s nicknamed] Ramzpaul called me a false-flagger that I was truly vexed.”
(The post is reproduced in full at the end of this article in case it is subsequently erased.)
The anonymous blogger is not alone in being a Jewish person making common cause with racist anti-Semites, however. Many leading figures associated with the alt-right are also Jewish themselves including Ramsey, Cernovich, Breitbart writer Milo Yiannopoulos, libertarian vlogger Stefan Molyneux and publishing entrepreneur Ezra Levant.
Salon, a biased, liberal “fake news” website should be called for identifying the alt-right as racist and anti-semitic.
The common element binding together alt-right subscribers with diverse identities and beliefs is the notion that Western Civilization, and thus the white race that created it, is worth preserving. I know alt-right people who love and respect Jews. I know some who don’t. Almost everyone disrespects blacks and Mexicans, not because of their skin color, but because of their dysfunctional cultures and their desire to forcibly impose their will and their cultures on America.
Every other race is allowed by the press to love it’s people, except for this one: