GOP Cucks Furiously Going After Steve King for “Racist” Tweet

This is the fourth post in the last 24 hours on Rep. Steve King’s now infamous Tweet. Truth is rare. Steve King wrote it. Now they are trying to bully him into denying it.

SF Gate

A spokesman for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., called on GOP leadership to condemn King’s statements.

“Republican congressman Steve King’s vile racism has no place in decent society, much less in the U.S. Congress,” said spokesman Drew Hammill. “But once again, disgusting hatred has been met with deafening silence from Speaker (Paul) Ryan.”

AshLee Strong, a spokeswoman for Ryan, subsequently responded that Ryan took issue with King’s comments.

“The speaker clearly disagrees and believes America’s long history of inclusiveness is one of its great strengths,” Strong said.

When asked whether he is promoting a kind of white nationalism, King said the debate isn’t about advancing a particular race but rather advancing American culture and Western civilization.

“This is an effort on the left, I think, to break down the American civilization, the American culture and turn it into something entirely different. I’m a champion for Western civilization,” he said.

In defending his remarks, King told CNN said there’s been too much focus on race and wants to see Americans “bonded together.”

“If you go down the road a few generations or maybe centuries with the intermarriage, I’d like to see an America that (is) so homogenous that we look a lot the same from that perspective. I think there’s far too much focus on race, especially in the last eight years. I want to see that put behind us,” King said.

Jeff Kaufmann, chairman of the Iowa Republican Party, was one of the first GOP leaders to take issue with King’s comments. He was joined Monday by Republican Rep. David Young of Iowa.

“First of all, I do not agree with congressman King’s statement,” Kaufmann said in a press release. “We are a nation of immigrants, and diversity is the strength of any nation and any community.”

Most members of the House were still back in their home districts Monday, muting reaction from King’s colleagues. But a couple of Florida Republicans took to Twitter to voice their displeasure.

“Get a clue, @SteveKingIA. Diversity is our strength. All looking alike is such a waste. A travesty. I wanna be me. All others are taken,” said Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen.

Rep. Carlos Curbelo, who was born to Cuban exiles who fled Fidel Castro’s regime in the 1960s, asked King via Twitter: “What exactly do you mean? Do I qualify as “somebody else’s baby?” #concernedGOPcolleague”

Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., a civil rights leader in the 1960s, said the United States is a melting pot of cultures, traditions, appearance and languages.

“Rep. King’s statement is bigoted and racist. It suggests there is one cultural tradition and one appearance that all of humanity should conform to,” Lewis said. “These ideas have given rise to some of the worst atrocities in human history, and they must be condemned.”

Jew Columnist Calls for Rep. Steve King to be DEPORTED (He was born in the USA)

REX HUPPKE. BIG SHOT JEW AT CHICAGO TRIBUNE.

I don’t go looking for opportunities to be “antisemitic.” I just follow the news and go where the news leads me.

So much of the time when there’s someone stirring the pot, that someone turns out to be a Jew. Of course, by identifying that person as a Jew (which is not the same as a European white person, but rather a race of Turkic origins), it may seem that I’m targeting Jews for demonization.

If Jews were willing to say that they have their own ethnostate and so diverse Europeans should also have their ethnostates too, I’d have far fewer problems with Jews.

But Jews want to destroy the white race and all white countries via race mixing, something they won’t do in their country.

The author of this piece is Rex Huppke, a Jew.

Excerpt from Chicago Tribune

It’s never easy to be a truth-teller, but as a white man I feel it necessary to say what many in this country are thinking: It’s time to start deporting certain white men.

Not all of them, of course. Some are quite good.

But people like Iowa Rep. Steve King have got to go — for the good of our culture, our demographics and our civilization.

I reached that conclusion Sunday after King got on Twitter to express his agreement with the views of virulently anti-Muslim Dutch politician Geert Wilders.

“Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny,” King tweeted. “We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies.”

Allow me to translate that from hate to English: “Somebody else’s babies” means Muslim babies. “Our civilization” means white Christian civilization. “Restore” implies that said civilization has already been destroyed by the baby-having Muslims. And “our destiny” is just some generic white nationalist blah-blah.

That translation can be confirmed by viewing the political cartoon attached to King’s tweet, a drawing that shows Wilders with his finger in a wall that’s barely holding back a flood of green goop with crescent moons and stars in it while saber-wielding Muslim men protest in the background.

So much for subtlety.

Putting aside the dystopia-fetish that prompts men like King to think American civilization is in ruins, the congressman’s anti-brown-baby tweet should be racist enough to disqualify him from public office.

If you disagree with that, take a look at how David Duke, the overtly racist and anti-Semitic former Klan leader, responded on Twitter: “GOD BLESS STEVE KING!!! #TruthRISING.”

High praise from low places is rarely a good thing, but King will probably be fine. Given an opportunity to walk back his tweet Monday morning on CNN, King simply said, “Of course I meant exactly what I said.” Cruelty seems en vogue these days among certain white men.

Let Israel restore its civilization with Muslim babies, Rex. We’re tired of you Jews screaming racist at us, while you promote our destruction, while defending your race, you hypocrite.

Richard Spencer Responds to Rep. Steve King’s Truthful Tweet (Video)

Here’s a great four minute video from the very perceptive Richard Spencer.

Published on Mar 12, 2017

Richard Spencer reacts to Steve King’s comments on race, Islam, and Western civilization.

The Tweet that created a firestorm:

Alt-Light Jew Puppet Gavin McInnes Delivers Confusing Messages about Jews

Gavin McInnes has become a cultural icon for some reason. His essays published at Taki magazine were always popular and still are as far as I know.

He’s now the star at (((Ezra Levant’s))) Rebel Media, which seems to be a Jewish effort to co-opt the alt-right.

His recent trip to Israel has generated a controversy that has left him with looking foolish.

Dr. David Duke quotes Gavin:

To which Gavin rudely responded:

This video explains the war that seems to going on in Gavin’s mind. It’s eleven minutes long.

Alt-Right News reported the original Gavin statements about the Jews. Since this story appeared, he’s attempted to claim that he was taken out of context and his meaning distorted.

Gavin was responding to Richard Spencer, who posted this 2 minute video:

Gavin says the 2 minute video below shows what he really thinks about the Holocaust, which is definitely kosher approved.

Gavin is a disgusting public figure who gets too much attention.

He is pyschologically disturbed. He is controlled opposition.

He is a race mixer in his personal life.

He’s not anyone we should admire.

In Swipe at Trump, Pope Condemns Populism

THE NOW ICONIC PHOTO OF BERGOGLIO KISSING MUSLIM FEET.

The globalist, Marxist social justice warrior Pope Francis is a friend to all except the world’s white population. The photo above tells you what you need to know about him. The question is why would you listen to him.

Excerpt from Yahoo

Pope Francis warned against the rising tide of populism in an interview with German paper Die Zeit this week, reigniting an ongoing search for subliminal criticism of President Trump in the pope’s words.

“Pope Francis issues veiled warning about Donald Trump,” proclaimed the headline on British news site the Independent about the interview, though Francis had not mentioned Trump.
His statement, however, that “populism is evil and ends badly as the past century showed,” marks at least the second time in recent months that the pope has warned against the dangers of growing populist movements in the U.S. as well as Europe. His latest words echo similar pontifications made during an interview with Spanish-language paper El Pais on the day of Trump’s inauguration.

In that case, Francis cited Nazi Germany as the “most obvious example of populism in the European sense of the word,” pointing to the fact that “Hitler didn’t steal power, his people voted for him” as proof that “in times of crisis we lack judgment.” He further urged people to resist the tendency to “look for a savior who gives us back our identity and [lets] us defend ourselves with walls, barbed-wire, whatever, from other people who may rob us of our identity.”

In his Inauguration Day interview with El Pais, the pope once again refrained from commenting on the new president directly, choosing instead to wait and “see how he acts, what he does” before forming an opinion. But his general warning against politicians who emphasize the need for strong border enforcement and other travel restrictions falls in line with other comments the pope has made about arguably Trumpian policies before and after the brash real estate mogul entered the White House.

In a weekly address at the Vatican early last month, the pope reportedly issued an appeal “to not raise walls but bridges.” Though his comments were relatively generic on their own, Francis went on to insist, “A Christian can never say: ‘I’ll make you pay for that.’” Many interpreted the statement as a veiled critique of Trump’s pledge to not only build a wall along the southern border of the U.S. but also make Mexico pay for it.

In February of last year, the pope offered a more direct assessment of Trump’s core campaign promise following a trip to Cuba and Mexico, which included a noteworthy stop in Juarez, a Mexican city near the U.S. border.

“A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian,” Francis told reporters when asked about then-candidate Trump.

At the time, Trump fired back at Francis, calling the comments “disgraceful.” In a lengthy statement, Trump said in part, “If and when the Vatican is attacked by ISIS, which as everyone knows is ISIS’s ultimate trophy, I can promise you that the Pope would have only wished and prayed that Donald Trump would have been President because this would not have happened. ISIS would have been eradicated unlike what is happening now with our all talk, no action politicians.”

Both sides soon backed down, insisting that the pope’s initial words had been misinterpreted as an attack on Trump.

Not entirely unlike the president himself, Francis has developed a penchant for expressing his views on Twitter. A number of observers read his recent posts about embracing migrants and foreigners as a subtle rejection of the restrictive immigration policies of both Trump and right-wing parties in Europe.

Apparently, Francis approves of the extinction of the European gene pool.

Alt-Right Internet Sleuths Tracked Down and Captured Shia Lebeouf’s Anti-Trump Secret Flag

The flag was found in a field near Greenfield, Tennessee.

Breitbart

Internet sleuths tracked down Shia LaBeouf’s anti-Trump “He Will Not Divide Us” protest exhibit on Thursday and disrupted it for the third time, replacing the white flag featured on the online live stream with a pro-Trump t-shirt and MAGA hat.

The third location for “He Will Not Divide Us” was not disclosed by LaBeouf following disruptive incidents at previous exhibitions. However, by analyzing flight contrails and even celestial navigation, users from 4chan managed to pinpoint the new location in under two days.

Page Six reports 4chan users “started studying planes flying over the flag, and took note of flight times” in order to determine where it may be. They also “studied the sun and star patterns behind the flag,” as well as taking note of a picture of LaBeouf in a Tennessee diner to narrow down the area where the flag was hidden. A 4chan user in the suspected area drove around honking the horn of his car so that it could be heard on the video stream, allowing others to triangulate where the flag could be based on the driver’s location.

The flag was found in the middle of the night and taken down.

Shortly after the flag’s replacement, the property owner noticed the swap, pulled down the Trump gear, and turned off the stream.

Jews are Joining the Antifa in order to Violently Attack the Alt-Right

Some Jews have decided that rather than debate alt-right thinkers like Richard Spencer and thousands of others, the answer is to beat them up.

That’s not a smear job. The source is the Jews themselves.

Excerpt from Jewish Forward

How do you punch a Nazi in Yiddish?

Maybe deliver a khsime, or “signature,” as in putting a “signature on someone’s face.” Or give them a shmir, an open-handed smack to the face, like lathering schmear on a bagel. Or maybe it takes der gubernator, “the governor,” jabbing your thumb into a person’s ribcage.

Obscure? To be sure. But you might find yourself becoming more familiar with such terms, if a growing number of Jewish “antifa” activists have their way.

In response to an energized American white nationalism, some Jews are gravitating toward “anti-fascist” activism. They’re embracing the idea that the best way to combat your enemies — in this case, white supremacists — is through direct confrontation, even violence. Organizers say their members number in the thousands. Though on-the-ground organizing on that scale has yet to materialize, one recent protest attended by many Jewish anti-fascists drew hundreds, and organizers say they are planning more actions.

At the same time, they are celebrating their Jewish identity. Those Yiddish fighting words are a good example.

‘Jewish Antifa’

Activists who call themselves “antifa,” short for anti-fascists, are inspired by early 20th-century responses to European fascism. They say they are influenced by militant left-wing and anarchist politics.

A graphic shared by the Jewish Antifa Facebook page presents the German camp of Auschwitz as a justification for why “it’s OK to punch a Nazi in the face.”

A handful of loosely organized groups have cropped up to confront white nationalism online. There is the “Jewish Antifa” Facebook page, which promotes the Jewish history of confrontational protest (this is where the string of Yiddish punch descriptors appeared). Then there is the allied group “MuJew Antifa,” a collaboration between Muslim and Jewish activists. And there are dozens of other individuals who are active from their own social media accounts.

The Jewish Antifa page has fewer than 60 members, but the MuJu Antifa network boasts more than 2,000, one organizer said. Jews who identify as anti-facists could also be involved in groups like Black Lives Matter or other left-wing Jewish groups without belonging to one of these two antifa groups.

One “MuJu” event last month brought a couple hundred people into the street to protest President Trump’s immigration ban. Activists marched down the street in Manhattan, carrying signs against Trump and chanting in Yiddish.

“We’re seeing an increase in far-right activity — the activity of people identifying as white supremacists and even Nazis,” said activist Michael Gould-Wartofsky, who is also the author of the 2015 book “The Occupiers: The Making of the 99 Percent Movement.”

Gould-Wartofsky said there are a range of opinions on tactics among Jews who might call themselves antifa: “With a massive rise in the climate of violence, some people [say] that it takes confrontation to combat far-right activity.”

There is a growing interest in learning physical self-defense among Jewish activists, Gould-Wartofsky said, adding, “People want to have the skills necessary to defend their community and other communities that are also under attack.”

‘Some Groups Are Naive’

This activism marks a sharp break with mainline Jewish organizations such as the Anti-Defamation League. While the ADL has for decades monitored and advocated against anti-Semitism, it does not encourage confronting groups such as white supremacists head-on, nor does it do so itself.

Some antifa activists think that’s exactly what it takes.