Steve Bannon #1 Trending on Twitter

#NEVERTRUMP IS CONTROLLING THE DIALOGUE ON TWITTER RIGHT NOW.

Ann Coulter Retweeted Molyneux’s top Tweet:

Our side is losing the Twitter battle right now, as deadbeat Democrats are having a field day on Twitter. More from all sides:

I’m sensing more than seeing directly that impeachment efforts are heating up again. Liberals believe that the Trump presidency is already destroyed. Now they’re trying to turn Republicans, enough of them to guarantee impeachment, their way. The question is whether a back room deal can be worked out by the Republicrats and Democans.

Resist! This storm shall pass too.

Breaking! Daily Stormer Currently Back Online

Link to Daily Stormer.lol

H/T to Commenter Boo Boo

As noted here before, we need to create a free speech Aryan internet. In this piece Andrew Anglin calls for government regulation of the Internet. That’s a mistake in my book. I’ve taught the Economics of Regulation at the university. The “capture theory” of regulation says that government regulation of the Internet would lead to monopolies controlling everything Internet related: It would be the death of free speech.

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Matthew Prince of Cloudflare Admits He Killed the Internet Because He Thinks Andrew Anglin is an Asshole

I have become the first person to be banned from not only from Godaddy and Google registrars for political speech, but also the first person to be banned from Cloudflare for political speech.

Although according to Cloudflare CEO Michael Prince, it was not for political speech, but because he personally thinks I’m an asshole.

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Breaking! Trump Fires Bannon

With Steve Bannon gone, two themes will likely emerge:

1. The globalists now have control of the White House. President Trump will have to rely on the people to somehow get the message to him that we elected him as a no-compromise anti-globalist.

2. Steve Bannon can be a greater asset to our cause outside the White House, if he still has fight left in him. He’s been shunted off the to side by Chief of Staff General Kelly anyway. Drudge has suggested that he may return to Breitbart. In fact, he has a poll up on Drudgereport about Bannon’s future. At Breitbart, Bannon can help increase awareness of exactly how the inner workings of the Trump White House function. He can also provide more accurate analysis of who our enemies within the White House are.

New York Times

Trump Tells Aides He Has Decided to Remove Stephen Bannon

President Trump has told senior aides that he has decided to remove Stephen K. Bannon, the embattled White House chief strategist who helped Mr. Trump win the 2016 election, according to two administration officials briefed on the discussion.

The president and senior White House officials were debating when and how to dismiss Mr. Bannon. The two administration officials cautioned that Mr. Trump is known to be averse to confrontation within his inner circle, and could decide to keep on Mr. Bannon for some time.

As of Friday morning, the two men were still discussing Mr. Bannon’s future, the officials said. A person close to Mr. Bannon insisted the parting of ways was his idea, and that he had submitted his resignation to the president on Aug. 7, to be announced at the start of this week, but it was delayed in the wake of the racial unrest in Charlottesville, Va.

Mr. Bannon had clashed for months with other senior West Wing advisers and members of the president’s family.

But the loss of Mr. Bannon, the right-wing nationalist who helped propel some of Mr. Trump’s campaign promises into policy reality, raises the potential for the president to face criticism from the conservative news media base that supported him over the past year.

Mr. Bannon’s many critics bore down after the violence in Charlottesville. Outraged over Mr. Trump’s insistence that “both sides” were to blame for the violence that erupted at a white nationalist rally, leaving one woman dead, human rights activists demanded that the president fire so-called nationalists working in the West Wing. That group of hard-right populists in the White House is led by Mr. Bannon.

On Tuesday at Trump Tower in New York, Mr. Trump refused to guarantee Mr. Bannon’s job security but defended him as “not a racist” and “a friend.”

“We’ll see what happens with Mr. Bannon,” Mr. Trump said

Mr. Bannon’s dismissal followed an Aug. 16 interview he initiated with a writer with whom he had never spoken, with the progressive publication The American Prospect. In it, Mr. Bannon mockingly played down the American military threat to North Korea as nonsensical: “Until somebody solves the part of the equation that shows me that ten million people in Seoul don’t die in the first 30 minutes from conventional weapons, I don’t know what you’re talking about, there’s no military solution here, they got us.”

He also bad-mouthed his colleagues in the Trump administration, vowed to oust a female diplomat at the State Department and mocked officials as “wetting themselves” over the consequences of radically changing trade policy.

Of the far right, he said, “These guys are a collection of clowns,” and he called it a “fringe element” of “losers.”

“We gotta help crush it,” he said in the interview, which people close to Mr. Bannon said he believed was off the record.

Mr. Bannon’s departure was long rumored in Washington. The president’s new chief of staff, John F. Kelly, a retired Marine Corps general who was brought on for his ability to organize a chaotic staff, was said to have grown weary of the chief strategist’s long-running feud with Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster, the national security adviser.

Mr. Bannon had been aligned with Mr. Kelly’s predecessor, Reince Priebus, who was forced out in late July. More significantly, Mr. Bannon has been in a battle with Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser, since the spring.

Mr. Bannon, whose campaign against “globalists” was a hallmark of his tenure steering the right-wing website Breitbart.com, and Mr. Kushner had been allies throughout the transition process and through the beginning of the administration.

But their alliance ruptured as Mr. Trump elevated the roles of Gary D. Cohn, his top economic policy adviser and a former official at Goldman Sachs, and Dina Powell, a former Bush administration official who also worked on Wall Street. Mr. Cohn is a registered Democrat, and both he and Ms. Powell have been denounced by conservative media outlets as being antithetical to Mr. Trump’s populist message.

Mr. Cohn is a registered Democrat, and both he and Ms. Powell have been denounced by conservative media outlets as being antithetical to Mr. Trump’s populist message.

Roger Stone’s critique of Bannon certainly didn’t help his cause.

More later as this developing story shakes out.

Republican Party Leader to Charlottesville Rally Attendee: White Nationalists Should Get the F*ck Out of America

REPUBLICAN PARTY LEADER CHANDLER THORNTON: WHITE NATIONALISTS HAVE NO RIGHT TO LIVE IN AMERICA.

This is a two part story. Stick with it. The second part is that Unite the Right rally attendee James Allsup is facing expulsion from his radicalized university. It’s his senior year.

In the long run, the more the left utilizes these totalitarian tactics, joined in by the Republican establishment, the bigger the white backlash will be. In the short run, the pain is going to be intense.

Business Insider

The president of Washington State University’s College Republicans, James Allsup, has resigned after he attended the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, local Seattle station King 5 News reported.

JAMES ALLSOP.

His resignation comes after The College Republican National Committee (CRNC) condemned white supremacy and called on leaders in CRNC who supported “Unite the Right” to resign.

“Advocates for white nationalism, racial supremacy of any kind, and terrorism have no home in the Republican Party or anywhere else in America,” Chandler Thornton, the CRNC national chairman, told King 5. “The National Executive Board for the College Republican National Committee calls on leaders in our organization who may support or condone these events to resign immediately.”

Allsup claims he has been planning to resign before he went to the rally, according to King 5.

The “Unite the Right” rally rocked the Charlottesville community after protests became violent. Apparent white supremacist James Fields rammed his car into a crowd of demonstrators, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer.

The rally was called in response to a plan to remove a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee from a park in Charlottesville.

Don’t worry Chandler. We’re forming another party and after we take over, you can go live in Africa with your jungle bunny friends.

This is good news. The Republicans are so fuxated they’re defending POS that don’t give two f*cks about them. Before this is over, they’ll kick Donald Trump out of their party and destroy themselves, leaving an opening to create a true conservative party that cares about the white race and Western civilization. Nonwhite peoples are totally incapable of being conservative. They’re born pickpockets and the white family’s bank account is what they’re aiming to steal.

Now for part 2, a tale of death threats and threats of expulsion from school. Like I wrote in another post, his cell phone company and his credit card companies may yank his accounts because he’s a “f*cking Nazi who wants to lampshade six million jews and lynch 100 million blacks.”

q13fox

SEATTLE – The former president of the Washington State University College Republicans says he resigned this week because he didn’t want to be a distraction for the group, not because he did anything wrong in Charlottesville, Va., last weekend.

James Allsup, a 21-year-old who is about to start his senior year, told Q13 News he was in Charlottesville to cover the event for his 145,000 YouTube subscribers.

“I just made the decision now that this has gone on, and these ridiculous totalitarian people are trying to get me expelled from a public university, so I decided in order to allow the club to start the year with this as not a distraction, I would step down,” Allsup said.

Allsup found himself in the news after the Twitter account “Yes, You’re Racist” tweeted out a photo it claimed was Allsup among the group carrying tiki torches at the University of Virginia on Friday. Among the group were white nationalists and people performing Nazi salutes and chanting “Sieg Heil.”

“I think that everyone has a responsibility to expose bigotry,” Logan Smith, the man behind the Twitter account, told CNN. “White people, in particular, have a responsibility to stand up against white supremacy, because if we don’t challenge bigotry whenever we see it, then we are being silently complicit in it.

Allsup said his attendance shouldn’t have been news because he’s publicly talked about going for months and set up a fundraiser to finance the trip. He said he’s not a white nationalist, describing himself as a paleoconservative or right-wing libertarian.

“I don’t believe I’ve done anything wrong,” Allsup said. “This is by no means an admission of guilt or anything. I have fully condemned the KKK, I have fully condemned Nazis, all of that kind of stuff.”

Allsup said he and his family have received death threats this week.

“Very disgusting individuals who feel the need to target people’s families over their politics,” he said. “It’s absolutely appalling and disgusting in my opinion.”

Allsop’s Twitter page indicates he’s going to be suing people who called him a White Nationalist.

Breaking! Faith Goldy Fired from Rebel Media Over Sympathetic Charlottesville Coverage

Wow! Our people are being exterminated and exiled from the public arena as the corporate left makes its final push to totally marginalize us.

I believe that Faith Goldy is a Jew. Am I right or wrong? Anyway, whatever her ethnic status, she’s always been head and shoulders above most of the Fox News infobabes in covering our ideas without demonizing us.

Gavin McIness, the cuck with the big ego, has also reportedly quit Rebel Media in disgust over Goldy’s willingness to give us “Nazis” a listen and a fair shake.

Furthermore, Rebel’s upcoming cruise has been terminated by the cruise ship line, which wants no part of a “racist” group on board.

As Microchip has noted today, soon the banks and credit card companies will cut you off if you’re doxxed as a racist, defined as anyone who likes Western civilization. Your supermarket and electic company are also likely to shut you off.

These corporate executives are on a mission of destruction now. Sadly, these fools fail to understand that the Antifa is going to give them all a bullet to the back of the head no matter what harm they do to us.

Go stealth and stay stealth.

National Post

Rebel Media, the far-right news organization that Ezra Levant built from the remnants of the Sun News Network, appeared in near total meltdown on Thursday, losing more high-profile contributors, facing accusations of financial mismanagement and being shunned by leading conservative politicians as the shock of the Charlottesville neo-Nazi protests reverberated through Canada.

Despite an effort this week by Levant to distance The Rebel from the “alt-right” white nationalist movement that violently marched on the Virginia college town on the weekend, The Rebel’s sympathetic coverage of the movement’s racist provocateurs and their conspiracy theories led many of its best-known contributors to quit this week, including co-founder Brian Lilley and National Post contributors Barbara Kay and John Robson. On Thursday, Vice Media co-founder Gavin McInnes also reportedly departed. In an email to the media news site Canadaland, Levant said The Rebel had “tried to keep (McInnes), but he was lured away by a major competitor that we just couldn’t outbid.” McInnes did not respond to the Post’s request for comment.

Also on Thursday, Levant fired Faith Goldy, the contributor who had covered the weekend’s protests in Charlottesville. Goldy did not respond to the Post’s requests for comment, but confirmed her dismissal in a tweet Thursday night.

As The Rebel grappled with the departures, Norwegian Cruise Lines bent to the pressure of U.K.-based advocacy group Hope Not Hate and cancelled The Rebel’s booking for a Caribbean voyage featuring talks by Rebel personalities, saying the views The Rebel has espoused are “inconsistent” with the cruise line’s own “core values.” Meanwhile, the anonymous online activist group Sleeping Giants reported its long-running efforts to organize an advertising boycott of The Rebel has now resulted in a total of 237 advertisers, including major automotive firms, airlines, retailers and governments, dropping The Rebel from their campaigns.

EZRA LEVANT. EVERYTHING HE’S BUILT IS BEING DESTROYED.

More on Ezra’s claims he’s being blackmailed can be read at Rebel Media. Or you can watch the 12 minute video:

Oh well. It looks like the future of Rebel Media is Laura Loomer. She’s still there.

Russia Has Banned the Daily Stormer After Anglin Moved the Site There

Until a truly free speech Internet can be built it looks like the Daily Stormer is history. The site was non-violent and spoke a great deal of politically incorrect truth. It was also quite funny.

Besides losing his site, publisher Andrew Anglin is facing at least two lawsuits with probably more to come. Read more at the Los Angeles Times. No one knows exactly where he is, but the FBI reportedly believes he’s living in Berlin, Germany. It’s a bad sign when the FBI is concerned about where you live.

CNN

Neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer has been booted from the Russian internet.

The country’s media watchdog asked for it to be taken down because of extremist content.

“The Daily Stormer website promotes neo-Nazi ideology, incites racial, national and other types of social discord,” Roskomnadzor said in a statement on Thursday.

American tech companies had canceled the site’s registration earlier this week after it published a derogatory story about Heather Heyer, who was killed while protesting against a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

It surfaced briefly again on Wednesday when the Russian Network Information Center (RU-CENTER) registered the domain Dailystormer.ru.

“I should point out that registry is automatic, so RU-CENTER registers thousands of domains per day,” spokesperson Egor Timofeev told CNNMoney on Wednesday.

RU-CENTER said Thursday it had canceled the registration following Roskomnadzor’s official request.

If it’s unable to find a new domain registrar willing to provide its services, The Daily Stormer will be forced into the “dark web.” That means it can’t be accessed through standard web browsers.

Seperately, U.S. internet company Cloudflare said it would no longer protect the neo-Nazi site from cyberattacks.

The Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups, says site spreads “anti-Semitism, neo-Nazism, and white nationalism, primarily through guttural hyperbole and epithet-laden stories about topics like alleged Jewish world control and black-on-white crime.”

Russia has recently dialed up its censorship of the internet.
Roskomnadzor has blocked thousands of websites and maintains a long list of banned content.

The list includes websites taken down because of data protection concerns and laws prohibiting the distribution of “gay propaganda,” as well as political content the government deems “extremist.”

Three days ago Heavy covered Andrew Anglin in its 5 Fast Facts format.

White Nationalist Chris Cantwell Banned from OK Cupid; Arrest Warrant Out

Chris Cantwell was the alt-right White Nationalist skinhead featured in the Vice documentary hosted by Elle Reeve. You can watch the film on this site by clicking here. The docu went viral, seen by who knows how many people.

Thus, Cantwell became a star. Since then the tatted up tough guy has come under fire from all directions. It’s tough being a macho white male today.

Gizmodo

OkCupid has banned white supremacist Chris Cantell from their dating site after a Vice News documentary about the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, featured him expressing his violently racist views.

Gizmodo first learned of OKCupid’s decision from a now-deleted tweet by Vice News social editor Rex Santus.

OkCupid confirmed to Gizmodo that the company had removed Cantwell, with a statement from CEO Elie Seidma: “OkCupid has zero tolerance for racism. We make a lot of decision every day that are tough. Banning Christopher Cantwell was not one of them.”

I guess if OK Cupid sets a white woman up with a Nog, then she has to date him or she’s a racist. OK Cupid is going to be held legally responsible when one of its Nogs rapes and murders a white woman.

Let’s think about ways to put that web site out of business permanently.

An OkCupid spokesperson expanded on Seidma’s statement, explaining that “OkCupid will absolutely ban other users who are involved in hate groups. Cantwell violated our terms of service… Not only that, we have asked our users at OkCupid to notify us immediately if they see any individuals who are associated with hate groups.”

As for Cantwell’s violation, the spokesperson referenced the “conduct” section of OkCupid’s terms and conditions, which warns against conduct that “is harmful to the community.” However, the section suggests this warning refers to user activity on the web site. OkCupid said the decision to ban Cantwell was based on his involvement in a hate group.

So, Cantwell didn’t violate their terms of service any more than Andrew Anglin violated the TOS of any company that the old Daily Stormer was associated with.

This decision comes a day after Cloudfare CEO Matthew Prince decided to stop protecting The Daily Stormer from DDoS attacks—not because the neo-Nazi site violated their content-netural policy, but because, as Prince told Gizmodo, the Daily Stormer operators are “assholes.”

OkCupid’s decision also comes a day after a video of Cantwell crying about his possible Charlottesville arrest warrant went viral. Today’s news may be especially disappointing to Cantwell because he likes OkCupid so much that he has blogged about it multiple times on his personal web site.

Cantwell opens a December 2014 blog post titled “8 Online Dating Tips, for the Ladies,” by sharing a bit about his dating history. “I used to meet women from chat rooms, and no matter how many disasters I run into from this habit, I just keep on trying,” he writes. “I’ve met women with fake photos, had false police reports filed against me, been sprayed with breast milk, you name it. It’s a god damn miracle my dick hasn’t fallen off from an STD.”

But he said at the time he mostly used OkCupid and Plenty of Fish, after realizing that “Tinder, HowAboutWe, MeetMe, Zoosk, and a number of other apps [had] more spam than real people on them.”

You can read his post for the full advice, but here are the main tips:

1. Unless you’re here for “casual sex” stop telling me you’re “sick of the games”

2. Your boundaries are complete bullshit

3. If you aren’t interested in sex, I’m not interested in you

4. If you think all men suck, this tells me you have a habit of choosing shitty guys

5. In a photo of you and a friend, I assume you are the ugly one

6. I’m here for you, not your ex boyfriend

7. I’m here for you, not your kids

8. If all I can see is your face – you’re a fat girl

In his blog post “Why I Switched To FireFox and Asked OkCupid for a Refund,” he writes that he was paying to be an A-list subscriber, but after OkCupid asked their users to stop using FireFox because Mozilla’s CEO donated to California’s anti-gay marriage Prop 8 campaign, he didn’t want them to have his money. “I didn’t give money to OkCupid so they could promote the Democratic party and bash open source,” he wrote. “I gave money to OkCupid so I could meet women.”

He’s going to have an even harder time doing that now.

Here’s a frightened Cantwell crying over worries that the police will assassinate him.

Cantwell acted in self defense after he and others were attacked by the Antifa in Charlottesville, as I recall. It’s despicable that the politically motivated police there want to arrest him.

Arrest Jew mayor Mike Signer instead. He’s the real criminal.