Liberal Democrat Nutjob Running For Alabama Senate Seat Against Anti-Fag Christian Roy Moore

DOUG JONES. BOILERPLATE WHITE LIBERAL.

Doug Jones will make a loyal Democrat, if elected. Odd are that Roy Moore will win in conservative Alabama, where his love of the Ten Commandments is legendary.

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Doug Jones for U.S Senate
https://dougjonesforsenate.com/ ^ | 9/27/2017
Posted on 9/27/2017, 7:32:49 PM by mdittmar

I believe the United States of America is a land of laws, justice, freedom, equality, and opportunity.

I’ll take those values to the U.S. Senate and work hard for all the people of Alabama:

Everyone has the right to quality, affordable health care.
We must restore Alabama’s trust for its elected leaders.
I will defend a woman’s right to choose and stand with Planned Parenthood.
All children deserve a first-class education regardless of where they live.
College must be affordable without burdening a student with overwhelming debt.
I believe in science and will work to slow or reverse the impact of climate change.
It is past time we raise the minimum wage to a livable wage.
Women must be paid an equal wage for equal work at all levels.
Voter suppression is unAmerican – we must protect voting rights.
Discrimination cannot be tolerated or protected. America is best when it builds on diversity and is welcoming of the contributions of all.

Less than an hour ago, CBS News published a profile of Jones’ Republican opponent, Judge Roy Moore.

In 2003 he was removed from the Alabama Supreme Court for defying a federal order to remove a plaque of the Ten Commandments from his courthouse.

He was later re-elected to the court but was removed again last year for refusing to obey the Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage.

He has called American Indians “reds” and Asian Americans “yellows.” He has called Islam a “false religion.” He’s said homosexual activity should be illegal. He reportedly said in February that the 9/11 attacks might have been punishment for America’s turning away from God.

And on Monday, he caused a stir by waving a gun during a campaign rally.

In our world of Kabuki theater, where much of what we see in the news is a psy op, Roy Moore will be a great big thumb in the eyes of the globalists. However entertaining that may be, he’s not racially aware.

Wikipedia

Campaign speech racial controversy

During a campaign speech, Moore made comments about racial division that have widely been regarded as controversial.[according to whom?] Moore decried racial divisions plaguing the United States, and paraphrased children’s Sunday School Song “Jesus Loves the Little Children”,[97] stating: “Now we have blacks and whites fighting, reds and yellows fighting, Democrats and Republicans fighting, men and women fighting. What’s going to unite us? What’s going to bring us back together? A president? A Congress? No. It’s going to be God.” Moore’s campaign responded to a request for comment about his remarks stating that the candidate was referencing a children’s song appealing for racial healing.[98][99][100]

There’s some evidence that Moore is a Zionist. The Jerusalem Post claims that Moore is a …

In 2015, he passionately opposed the US Supreme Court’s ruling that same-sex marriage would be legal nationwide, and claimed that forcing compliance with the order was similar to the Nazis forcing Germans to kill Jews during the Holocaust.

“Could I do this if I were in Nuremberg – say that I was following the orders of the highest authority to kill Jews? Could I say I was ordered to do so?” Moore said, asked whether he expected judges throughout the land to obey the law.

When a local journalist noted that the Nuremberg trials were not about gay marriage, but about killing people, Moore replied: “Is there a difference?” His wife, Kayla Moore, has made similar comparisons in recent years, including in a speech outside the Alabama State Capitol in the spring of 2016.

“There is a famous quote that I’ve read numerous times lately. When I read it you’ll know why. It’s at the US Holocaust Memorial museum,” she told a gathered crowd, calling for Christians to “stand up” against the gay-rights movement.

“It’s written by Pastor [Martin] Niemoller, about socialism and what happened to the Jews. But I’m gonna change it up just a little bit so that it’ll fit a little bit better into today and what we’re talking about,” she continued.

“First they came for the bakers. We sat back because we don’t bake cakes. Then they came for the florists. We sat back because we don’t arrange flowers. Then they came for the clerks and the judges, and we sat back because we don’t issue marriage licenses and we don’t judge. But then they came for me, and there was no one left to defend me.”

Kayla Moore was referring to cases in which conservatives Christians came under fire for refusing to work with same-sex weddings.

Steve Bannon supported Moore against his Republican opponent Luther Strange, who was backed by Trump and McConnell. The rebuke of Trump by Alabama voters in favor of populist Moore is nicely covered at Zerohedge.

Trump, in a quick about face, Tweeted:

MILO’s Berkeley “Free Speech Week” Officially Canceled; Appears to be Set-Up from the Start

Is MILO controlled opposition? Did he set up an alt-right (or alt-light) phony event that was intended to never happen and fail in order to make the right look bad?

It sure seems that way, if the following article is to be believed.

The thing is that it’s not clear if the journalism here is fake news or not.

We’re just going to have to see if the alt-right can score a victory on the left’s turf, with MILO leading the charge.

Mercury News

BERKELEY — A conservative UC Berkeley student group that had been working with right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos to host a “Free Speech Week” on campus officially called off the four-day program on Saturday.

But the former columnist for the “alt-right” Breitbart News doubled down on his promise to go through with the event, leaving university and law enforcement officials wading into an unpredictable, potentially violent showdown on Sunday.

During a hastily scheduled Facebook Live news conference Saturday morning, Yiannopoulos, who has made a career of trolling people online with racist and sexist attacks, insisted the event would move forward without the student group, the Berkeley Patriot.

Mike Cernovich and Pamela Geller join MILO in speaking at the 27 minute long press conference.

It’s hard to tell who’s lying. The “journalist” who wrote this piece or MILO. He says that something is going to happen at Berkeley on Sunday.

Let me update this post with this video which shows Sargon of Arkad in Berkeley from the U.K. to participate in Free Speech Week. Tim Pool, a reliable source in my experience, is the interviewer.

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Questions Arise About MILO’s Honesty as Berkeley Free Speech Week Goes Up in Flames

MILO, the celebrity homosexual conservative, claimed that he was going to challenge leftist orthodoxy by bringing a slate of conservative speakers to the UC Berkeley campus next week, including Steve Bannon and Ann Coulter.

It’s not happening. Did MILO lie? Some people believe the notorious butt banger fibbed in order to push himself back into prominence after his fall from grace earlier this year.

It looks like his name is muddied again.

Good. We don’t need him. He knows how to effectively dispute feminist garbage and a few other things, but we don’t need him.

Excerpt from The Atlantic

At first, conservative agitator Milo Yiannopoulos’s Free Speech Week in Berkeley, California, seemed like it might be a major event. Four straight days of provocative events on campus featuring right-wing luminaries, culminating with appearances by conservative writer Ann Coulter and former Trump White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, and all in the heart of one of the most symbolically resonant places Yiannopoulos could have chosen: the campus of University of California, Berkeley, a campus with a longstanding image as a hotbed of left-wing activism where protests shut down an event of his last year.

But things didn’t go according to plan.

Speakers whose names appeared on initial schedules have either pulled out or said they were never planning to go; the campus publication Yiannopoulos is working with, The Berkeley Patriot, never reserved indoor school venues and appeared to pull out Friday afternoon; and Yiannopoulos announced on his Instagram a planned march through campus on Sunday in protest of Berkeley’s supposed clamp-down on free speech. “It’s time to reclaim free speech at UC Berkeley and send shockwaves through the American education system to every other college under liberal tyranny,” Yiannopoulos wrote in his post. The event would have been an important step in reviving Yiannopoulos’s wounded image on the right after a clip of him appearing to defend pedophilia caused him to be barred from CPAC and lose his job as a Breitbart editor in February. Earlier this week, Yiannopoulos told me in a text message that “We will fight until the last man is ejected from the last step on Sproul Plaza.”

There seem to be a lot of Jewish conservatives involved in Free Speech Week, including MILO.

Hmmm.

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Going Undercover with the Alt-Right

PEPE SAYS ALL PUBLICITY IS GOOD PUBLICITY.

Our epic struggle to survive is well-chronicled by a leftist infiltrator who has published his spy tale in the New York Times. Although this story was published in the Times, its not fake news. Alt-light figures like MILO, Paul Joseph Watson, and Cernovich are promoted over the alt-right by the author, but to a large degree the alt-right is accurately characterized.

Ann Coulter’s comment above shouldn’t be taken literally. I’m not FBI. You’re not FBI. The FBI should be putting Crooked Hillary in prison and not be infiltrating a peaceful movement that eschews violence.

Overall, I think what was intended to be a smear job on the alt-right will increase curiosity about the movement.

New York Times

Last September, Patrik Hermansson, a 25-year-old graduate student from Sweden, went undercover in the world of the extreme right. Posing as a student writing a thesis about the suppression of right-wing speech, he traveled from London to New York to Charlottesville, Va. — and into the heart of a dangerous movement that is experiencing a profound rejuvenation.

Mr. Hermansson, who was sent undercover by the British anti-racist watchdog group Hope Not Hate, spent months insinuating himself into the alt-right, using his Swedish nationality (many neo-Nazis are obsessed with Sweden because of its “Nordic” heritage) as a way in. It wasn’t always easy. “You want to punch them in the face,” he told me of the people he met undercover. “You want to scream and do whatever — leave. But you can’t do any of those things. You have to sit and smile.”

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Who is Styxhexenhammer666?

In this post I’m going to tell you why I embed videos from time to time that feature former Satanist Tarl Warwick, who calls himself Styxhexenhammer666. I call him “Styx” for short.

There’s no evidence that Styx is a Jew, although a straw poll I saw in doing this research showed that 59 percent of respondents believed him to be a Jew.

Earlier this year Google began using a new algorithm which has pushed all alt-right, conservative, and Christian sites down in Google’s search results. About half the views here every day come from search engine referrals. The rest come from regular readers. Site views here and elsewhere dropped when Google began pushing us to the back of search results. Ditto Facebook, which calls most sites fighting the (((liberal))) narrative Fake News.

In general, when I embed Styx videos, they don’t receive an exceptional number of looks or comments. Clicks on the site help push posts here into more prominence on Google, which leads to more views, which is what every writer thrives on.

Styx’s fans follow his prolific output of videos by following his youtube channel. They don’t come here to see them. He really doesn’t help with my site views.

So why do I embed them in posts?

Because he makes sound logical arguments for his positions, which often focus on issues important to us here.

That’s not to say that I agree with his positions on all issues.

Let’s take Satanism for example. The Youtube Wiki has gone through Styx’s videos and has labeled him a Satanist. It’s kind of hard to miss when he sometimes wears a t-shirt under his jacket which says something about Satan, although it’s not possible to say exactly what.

Overview
A typical video has him sitting in his house with his microphone in view expressing his opinions on politics and current events. Once opening his videos with “Alright Youtube” he has since switched to “Alright Everyone” (Briefly “Alright World”) due to his choice to begin double uploading all new content to Vid.me.[1] Every video he ends by saying “that’s about all, peace out”.

Many of his videos, especially between 2011 and 2014 have been about religion. His religious background was originally marginal Christianity, but over time, he became first a general atheist, then a Satanist, and now a pagan and occultist. He has stated that his variant of Satanism was essentially atheistic and that he belonged to no specific order or group therein.[2]

If Styx were still opining on the occult and such, I wouldn’t bother with him. Our concerns here generally revolve around white genocide, which is real, not a conspiracy theory. With white genocide as the central focus, we look at matters of race, culture, society, economics, politics, and so forth.

I believe, as Andrew Breitbart believed, that everything (including politics) is downstream from culture. I treat that theory as an axiom and work from there in selecting material to post. Thus, we look at everything from the alien influence of Jews on American life to the extinction of wildlife in Africa, and everything else in between that touches upon the continued survival of the white race.

Continuing the profile of Styx:

Tarl Warwick’s political views are complex and have been known to change over time. Views expressed include anti-religion, populism, classical liberalism, drug legalization, pro-abortion, right to bear arms, cultural nationalism, anti-globalization and apocalypticism. Examples of how his political views have changed over time include how he used to consider himself a Liberal around 2009, but later became a Libertarian. Another example was in 2016 when he abandoned his support for the Libertarian Party in favor of Donald Trump, after saying a year earlier that he would never vote for Trump. While he has become increasingly critical of the left, Warwick rejects being labeled as a conservative and has also expressed criticism of the Republicans. Warwick stated he voted for Barack Obama in 2008 and wrote in Ron Paul in 2012.

Everyone who posts comments on this site or reads it on a regular basis is highly intelligent. I think all of us have the intellectual ability to tune out the messenger, sort through the messages, and decide what’s important to us individually.

In general, it’s not my mission to provide fodder for debates about religion, abortion, gun rights, or any other issue. Most of what I publish is propaganda that offers insights into defending the survival of that endangered species, the white race.

For example, logic dictates that abortion should be encouraged among nonwhites and made illegal or discouraged among whites.

I’m not going to be posting articles and videos that feature debates about an issue–abortion–that should be settled among defenders of Western civilization. We want our women having babies. You won’t be seeing any Styx videos advocating abortion here.

Getting back to Styx, let’s look at his stands on immigration. He makes a unique, easy to understand argument no one else is making that gives us ammunition to fire back at liberals, Democrats, Mexicans, and other open borders idiots.

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Pepe the Frog’s Creator Goes Legally Nuclear Against the Alt-Right: Lawyers served notices to Reddit, Richard Spencer, Baked Alaska, and Mike Cernovich

I’m putting the dipshit creator of Pepe the Frog on notice that on this site all uses of Pepe are legal and proper, based on the fair use doctrine found in copyright law.

I also promise to sue WordPress, dipshit Matt Furie, and anyone else who tries to bully me into silence. I pledge to spend up to $150,000 in attorney’s fees in order to defend my use of Pepe, which is not for profit, on this site.

Excerpt from motherboard.vice

Pepe the Frog creator Matt Furie has made good on his threat to “aggressively enforce his intellectual property.”

The artist’s lawyers have taken legal action against the alt-right. They have served cease and desist orders to several alt-right personalities and websites including Richard Spencer, Mike Cernovich, and the r/the_Donald subreddit. In addition, they have issued Digital Millennium Copyright Act takedown requests to Reddit and Amazon, notifying them that use of Pepe by the alt-right on their platforms is copyright infringement. The message is to the alt-right is clear—stop using Pepe the Frog or prepare for legal consequences.

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Israeli TV interviews Andrew Anglin of the Dailystormer

Four and a half minutes. Andrew Anglin praises Yair Netenyahu whom he describes as a member of the Jewish alt-right. This really isn’t much of an interview, but it is what it is.

Click here to read my September 12 post on Yair’s George Soros meme that’s the subject of the interview.

From the youtube information box:

Published on Sep 13, 2017

I did my very best translating, but I admit there might be errors here and there.

Yair Netanyahu, son of the Israeli president, posted an anti-semetic meme on facebook. Popular figures such as David Duke and Andew Anglin complimented Yair for posting the meme.