ADL Jews Create Hate List That Includes McInnes, Cernovich, and Even Tara McCarthy (Plus One HUGE Surprise)

Some of the people on the ADL list of people they call haters are really rather meek and mild. David Duke is NOT on the list, but the alt-light’s Mike Cernovich, Gavin McIness, and sweet Tara McCarthy are all there.

WE LIKE TARA HERE.

Excerpt from the ADL

In just one year, the alt right has gone from relative obscurity to being one of the United States’ most visible extremist movements. This stratospheric rise is due in large part to the rhetoric employed during the 2016 presidential campaign, which granted implicit approval to the once-taboo hallmarks of the far right – overt racism, anti-Semitism, xenophobia, misogyny, and anti-Muslim bigotry.

The alt right capitalized on the moment by amplifying those messages while loudly rejecting mainstream conservatism and its followers (often referred to as “cucks”).

You can’t discuss the alt right without mentioning the “alt lite,” a loosely connected movement of right-wing activists who reject the overtly white supremacist ideology of the alt right, but whose hateful impact is more significant than their “lite” name suggests. The alt lite embraces misogyny and xenophobia, and abhors “political correctness” and the left.

While the alt right has been around for years, the current iteration is still figuring out what it is – and isn’t. And it’s early days for the alt lite, which means both movements’ ideologies are still somewhat fluid, as are the lines that separate them. Numerous examples in our list of “Who’s Who” demonstrate that “membership” in the alt lite does not preclude working with people on the alt right (and vice versa).

What is the Alt Right?
The alt right (short for “alternative right”) is a segment of the white supremacist movement consisting of a loose network of racists and anti-Semites who reject mainstream conservatism in favor of politics that embrace implicit or explicit racist, anti-Semitic and white supremacist ideology. Many seek to re-inject such bigoted ideas into the conservative movement in the United States. The alt right skews younger than other far right groups, and is very active online, using racist memes and message forums on 4chan, 8chan and certain corners of Reddit.

What is the Alt Lite?
The term “alt lite” was created by the alt right to differentiate itself from right-wing activists who refused to publicly embrace white supremacist ideology.

Today, the alt lite, sometimes referred to as the New Right, is loosely-connected movement whose adherents generally shun white supremacist thinking, but who are in step with the alt right in their hatred of feminists and immigrants, among others. Many within the alt lite sphere are virulently anti-Muslim; the group abhors everyone on “the left” and traffics in conspiracy theories, including #Pizzagate, which claimed there was evidence of a child slavery ring operating inside a DC pizzeria. The series of increasingly outrageous lies led to death threats against the pizzeria’s owner and employees, and ultimately resulted in a gunman opening fire inside the restaurant in an attempt to “save” the imaginary children.

Some former alt right cheerleaders, including Mike Cernovich, migrated to the alt lite after refusing to openly espouse the alt right’s explicitly white supremacist beliefs. Like the alt right, the alt lite is largely populated by young people, and has a prolific online presence, using blogs and podcasts to broadcast dissatisfaction with the media and what they sweepingly refer to as “globalization.”

What’s the Difference?
Alt right writer and white supremacist Greg Johnson describes the difference between alt right and alt lite this way: “The alt light is defined by civic nationalism as opposed to racial nationalism,” which is a defining characteristic of the alt right.

But while the alt right and alt lite are theoretically distinct – and include a number of warring factions, as seen at dueling June 2017 rallies in Washington DC – there is crossover between them. There are a number of people and groups who walk the line between alt right and alt lite, to the extent that it’s not always easy – or even possible — to tell which side they’re on. The Proud Boys, an alt lite, right-wing activist group founded by Gavin McInnes and dedicated to “Reinstating a Spirit of Western chauvinism,” is a good example of a group toeing that line; some of their members support alt right figures and events, while others have made a point of steering clear of anything associated with white supremacist beliefs.

Click on the link above to read biographical sketches and see a photo of all the so-called haters.

But here’s the real shocker: Brittany Pettibone made the list. Those damn f*cking Jews. How dare they try to get her killed too???!!!

Brittany Pettibone writes science fiction and co-hosts the “Virtue of the West” podcast with Tara McCarthy. The podcast encourages listeners to “reconnect with the traditional values that once made Western Civilization great, including but not limited to the glorification of the nuclear family, motherhood, masculinity, femininity, etiquette, traditional gender roles and love of one’s own culture, race and country.” Pettibone, unlike McCarthy, does not explicitly identify as part of the alt right, but she walks the very thin line that separates that group from the alt lite. Whatever her personal beliefs, Pettibone uses her podcast to amplify the views of the alt right by interviewing members of the movement.

Alt-Right Trolls Lash Out At (((Laura Loomer))) After Jewish Forward Profile

LAURA PUTTING A BURKA ON FEARLESS GIRL STATUE.

Laura Loomer has pulled a number of pranks that reflect her alleged conservative views. However, the claim is that she’s getting antisemitic hate feedback that’s being blamed on the alt-right.

You have to wonder if all of this is a hoax. The hateful words may be coming from Jews pretending to be alt-right. Laura could be in on the hoax or she could be the real deal who’s getting played by her fellow Jews.

Making the alt-right look bad is a particular obsession with Jews. Read on and tell me what you think.

Jewish Forward

Far right media activist Laura Loomer this morning, she has been the target of vicious anti-Semitic posts on social media since Forward published a profile of her Friday morning.

“Synagogue of Satan. You are fake Jews,” wrote @BrydensFunny.

“Go back to Israel you filthy kike,” wrote “Leah Goldstein.” (Twitter handle: @JewessGoyim.)

“Goldstein? You sound like a member of the tribe to me! Mashugana!” Loomer tweeted in response.

Though she tries to maintain a sense of humor about it online, Loomer acknowledges that dealing with the flood of anti-Semitic comments and imagery on Twitter is “really hard to deal with.”

“It’s insane,” Loomer wrote in a text Friday.

When Mindweapons in Ragnarok still had his site, one of his frequent themes was that race realists and white nationalists should team up with conservative Jews and win them over to our cause.

Laura Loomer is dismissed by some on the alt-right as being alt-light. Read about her Twitter duel with Richard Spencer, below, and see what you think about her leading role in fighting the left.

LAURA LOOMER WANTS TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN.

Here’s the profile that stirred up the Tweeters quoted above:

Forward

Laura Loomer Is The Jewish Voice Of The Far Right. Can She Tame Jew Haters?

Just as Brutus and his collaborators brandished knives and went in for the kill, one audience member decided to intervene.

“Stop the normalization of political violence against the right!” Laura Loomer yelled, storming the stage of Shakespeare in the Park’s now-famous performance of “Julius Caesar.” For a brief second, all was quiet. The would-be assassins, wearing costumes of Beltway-gray suits, were only a few lines away from killing the title character, costumed to evoke President Trump. Then a voice saying “Security, please” came on the loudspeaker; the crowd began to boo, and guards escorted Loomer outside the Delacorte Theater in Central Park. Loomer live-streamed the entire protest.

LAURA PROTESTING TRUMP ASSASSINATION PLAY.

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Suddenly, There is Hope for France, and It’s Name is Emmanuel Macron

I haven’t investigated all of the claims about President Macron of France that are stated in the graphic above. However, that last claim can easily be verified. He understands the population problem in Africa and is willing to talk about it when no one else is.

Townhall

New French President Torched for Saying Africans Have Too Many Children

The media are calling it his first gaffe and social media users are noting that “the honeymoon is over” for French President Emmanuel Macron thanks to some controversial comments he made at the G-20 summit in Hamburg, Germany over the weekend.

When a reporter asked Macron why no Marshall Plan existed for Africa, he said that the challenge of Africa goes beyond reconstruction. It is “totally different and a lot more profound.”

Africa, he said, has a “civilizational” problem and women are having “seven or eight children.”

Social media users were not pleased.

Some pundits, like The Independent contributor Nabila Ramdani, called it outright racism, before pointing to his history of supposedly belittling minority communities.

Macron was torn apart on Twitter and Facebook for his crude racism, but there was generally silence from France’s establishment. This is because imperial attitudes prevail in a country that has by no means altered its condescending approach towards those it subjugated, often with immense barbarism.

Politico attempted to provide some cover for Macron, noting that Twitter is missing the full context of his remarks.

In his three-minute discussion of the topic, Macron laid out the differences between a postwar reconstruction program such as the Marshall plan and modern country-level and regional-specific approaches to development. Macron called for the creation of partnerships as he pointed to challenges like trafficking, corruption, weak states, and the demographic transition.

Macron can read a graph, n’est pas?

President Trump is invited to spend Bastille Day (French independence day), Friday, July 14, in France with Macron. That is a very hopeful sign. If Macron decides to follow nationalist policies, while refusing to acknowledge the leadership of Angela Merkel, then Europe will be a better place.

It’s probably too much to hope that Macron will ethnically cleanse France, but he may make it respectable for someone in the future to do that. Remember, he was expected to be France’s Obama, not France’s Trump.

The Leftist British paper The Guardian has slammed Macron in the last few hours. Let’s hope that some of Trump’s resistance to the press rubs off on Macron.

EMMANUEL MACRON AND FIRST LADY, BRIGITTE.

Andrew Anglin: Jack Posobiec is a Textbook Ratfucker and He is Hurting the Trump Movement

Prominent Trump supporter and journalist Jack Pesobiac has been called out as a liar by Andrew Anglin at the Daily Stormer.

I’ve published one post that featured Posobiac. That was when he disrupted the Trump assassination play in Central Park with (((Laura Loomer.))) These two alt-light figures did something worthwhile in my opinion when they used the left’s tactics against them.

However, although I’ve used some of Pesobiac’s Tweets in different posts, I’ve been very careful to rarely use him as a news source. That’s because I noticed a few weeks ago that a number of his “scoops” and “exclusives” turned out to be incorrect.

I formed an opinion at several weeks ago that either he was lying by making things up or he was being fed garbage by his “sources.”

Yesterday, Anglin, in a long article, called out Pesobiac as damaging to the Trump movement because Pesobiac falsely claimed that HansAssholeSolo, the source of the Trump body slamming CNN meme, was 15 years old.

I’ve condensed Anglin’s post down to the essence. Read the whole article if you’ve previously been a Pesobiac follower.

Daily Stormer

“Ratfucker” is a term for someone who uses dirty tricks to manipulate politics.

Twitter personality Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) is a ratfucker.

I believe that Posobiec made this up, outright. It is possible that someone from CNN could have leaked this information to him for disinformation purposes, but if that were the case, why is he not now coming out with that information? Surely, CNN leaking disinformation to him would in itself be a story, no?

And was his intention here really to help Team Trump?

We can’t know his personal motives, of course, but there is very little positive that could have come from this, and such a large potential negative in giving CNN the opportunity to distort the entire discussion. And of course, the main beneficiary here was his Twitter feed.

Jack Posobiec’s Twitter Feed: Anatomy of a Ratfucking Hoax Machine
In the time since Trump’s victory, Posobiec has gone from being a clever dirty tricks operator to being a chronic liar and hoaxer, using falsehoods simply to give himself an edge in the new media landscape.

Having observed him more closely than I otherwise would have over the last two weeks, I have found that he is using an absolutely absurd strategy to promote himself on Twitter: basically, he makes up all kinds of things which he believes to be non-falsifiable, while claiming the information comes from insider connections he has.

He is using several measures to decide what to make up.

Plausibility – He makes claims that could come true and thus bolster his credibility and his image as a man with reliable insider sources.

Unfalsifiability – He continually decides which rats to fuck based on an inability for the claims to be proven false, in the case that they do not turn out to be true. This generally involves making a prediction, but framing it as “sources are telling me…”

Sensationalism – The claims must be scandalous in order to get those retweets.

Following the HanAssholeSolo ratfucking attempt by Jack Posobiec, I think it is now absolutely fair to say that this man is a liability who is actively harming the entire spectrum of the Trump movement with his self-serving lies and hoaxes.

I encourage you all to follow Posobiec on Twitter and call him out as a ratfucker whenever he makes these “insider” claims. Maybe he will stop it, maybe he won’t – but if he doesn’t, then he needs to get the reputation of being #RatfuckerJack so that the events of this week are not repeated.

In the future, whenever there is a rumor that can be traced back to #RatfuckerJack, do not take it seriously and do not spread it.

I took a quick look at Jack’s Tweets. So far, there’s no reply to Anglin that I saw.

Woman Professor Claims Alt-Right Memes Dangerous to Democracy

A woman professor, Sophia A. McClennen, laments the legacy media’s loss of its monopoly on the production of propaganda.

She claims that alt-right Internet memes, such as the Trump Tweet showing him body slamming CNN, are dangerous. That’s pseudointellectual nonsense coming from a woman professor who will probably receive a raise and promotion for writing this shallow piece.

I’ve excerpted about a third of it.

Excerpt from Salon

Forget fake news — alt-right memes could do more damage to democracy

As BuzzFeed notes, there is “a sprawling new universe of far-right internet personalities who have aligned themselves with a ‘new right’ or ‘alt-right’ or ‘new far-right’ political youth movement in the US.” This group is interested in moving their trolling into the real world.

Whether on Reddit or YouTube or another form of social media these alt-right rants share a few key beliefs. As Malia Rolt explains in a piece on YouTube and the alt-right, those posting right-wing hate speech “all believe that the media is untrustworthy and political correctness has gone too far, and see advocacy for equality for all as a threat to freedom of speech.”

The issue of freedom of speech and social media, of course, is a tricky issue since all of the platforms have rules and restrictions over the sort of content they allow. And yet, there is some evidence to suggest that the application of those rules may indeed favor aggressive speech by the right more than from other quarters.

For instance, a report from ProPublica suggests that Facebook’s internal rules for censoring hate speech is biased to favor both the right and celebrity users. In contrast, “Facebook users who don’t mince words in criticizing racism and police killings of racial minorities say that their posts are often taken down.”

They compare two posts. One by a U.S. congressman who wrote a post after a terrorist attack in London that called for the slaughter of “radicalized” Muslims. “Hunt them, identify them, and kill them,” declared U.S. Rep. Clay Higgins, a Louisiana Republican. “Kill them all. For the sake of all that is good and righteous. Kill them all.” And one by Boston poet and Black Lives Matter activist DiDi Delgado: “All white people are racist. Start from this reference point, or you’ve already failed.”

Delgado’s post was removed and her Facebook account was disabled for seven days. Higgins’ post was untouched. Such practices certainly suggest deep political biases in the ways that Facebook censors users.

All of this combines to suggest that, while each social media platform has a different identity and different content rules, there is increasing evidence that right-wing hate speech is growing in power and force across the major social media platforms and into everyday life.

What this week’s Trump Twitter war against the mainstream news media teaches us is that CNN should be worried — but not about Trump’s attacks, rather about the fact that an increasing number of U.S. citizens are forming their political ideas based on alt-right rants, and not on anything that even remotely resembles information.

Microchip has been banned from Twitter over 100 times. He’s far from alone. Recall that MILO was permanently banned and has never come back. Microchip gets back on via trickery until Twitter discovers he’s back, when they ban him again.

The point is that the rules do not favor the alt-right. Another point is that the media is obviously not trustworthy.

McClennan’s essay starts with the wrong premise. The only way to break the media monopoly is through alternative media, citizen journalism, taking matters one Tweet, comment, and blog post at a time.

The “fake news” phrase has come into widespread use for a reason and if the professor doesn’t acknowledge that, she’s either stupid or lying.

LOOKS LIKE PROFESSOR MCCLENNEN WAS A BERNIE SUPPORTER.

Pat Buchanan: Is America Still A Nation?

Vdare

In the first line of the Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776, Thomas Jefferson speaks of “one people.” The Constitution, agreed upon by the Founding Fathers in Philadelphia in 1789, begins, “We the people…”

And who were these “people”?

In Federalist No. 2, John Jay writes of them as “one united people … descended from the same ancestors, speaking the same language, professing the same religion, attached to the same principles of government, very similar in their manners and customs…”

If such are the elements of nationhood and peoplehood, can we still speak of Americans as one nation and one people?

We no longer have the same ancestors. They are of every color and from every country. We do not speak one language, but rather English, Spanish and a host of others. We long ago ceased to profess the same religion. We are Evangelical Christians, mainstream Protestants, Catholics, Jews, Mormons, Muslims, Hindus and Buddhists, agnostics and atheists.

Federalist No. 2 celebrated our unity. Today’s elites proclaim that our diversity is our strength. But is this true or a tenet of trendy ideology?

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Venue Cancels Mike Cernovich Seminar After ‘Death Threats’ from Leftist Terrorists

Mike Cernovich is a self-promoter associated with the alt-light, not the alt-right.

Even though his politics are pretty mild, the left has revealed its intolerance for any dissent from its point of view by flooding the venue for his “Gorilla Mindset” workshop with death threats.

Cernovich vows to track down at least one of the terrorists and unload on him or her. You can watch him describe the revenge he plans to take in the video below.

Daily Caller

A seminar by author and journalist Mike Cernovich was cancelled after death threats and hate messages were sent to the venue.

Cernovich told The Daily Caller over email, “The venue owners received death threats. They received over 30 and are receiving more as we speak.”

“My ‘Gorilla Mindset’ seminar is entirely apolitical. I don’t talk about any social issues. My attendees include people from all political viewpoints. The venue owners themselves received death threats, which is what is most disturbing. Threatening venue owners in an effort to silence people the left disagrees with is terrorism,” he told TheDC.

The event was scheduled to be held at Collective HQ in Los Angeles. Collective HQ didn’t responded to requests for comment.

The event, scheduled for Saturday, July 15, is a “Gorilla Mindset” seminar. Cernovich is author of the book “Gorilla Mindset.”

Some topics to be discussed at the event include, “Self-talk and language patterns” and, “How metaphors embedded in language shape how you view yourself and the world,” the EventBrite page reads.

Cernovich may still hold the event, but is looking for a different venue.

Cernovich condemns SJWs and the media:

Cernovich claims to receive death threats every day. His situation offers yet another reason why we should go stealth and not reveal our identities unless necessary.