The Trickle-Up Theory Of White Nationalist Thought

Jared Taylor battles it out in words with the SPLC (Southern Poverty Law Center) and the Jewish Anti-Defamation League (ADL) in a recent article. The journalist who investigated White Nationalism plays it pretty straight, unlike the typical fake news reporting done by CNN et. al.

The only argument besides labeling race realists as racists that the SPLC is able to make is very weak. Specifically, it claims that Jared lays the intellectual foundation for violence carried out by “White Supremacists.”

Somehow, people can watch horrifying violence in Hollyweird movies and remain calm, but a page of IQ studies that show black IQ to be lower than white IQ sets off the white man to go out and beat up an African-American person. Obviously, where the SPLC would like to go with that nonsense is putting writers like Jared in prison.

This is a long piece and it covers familiar ground, but Jared’s rational mind shines brightly. Even if you think he’s controlled opposition, he’s still able to articulate the notion that white people have rights that are being violated by our government.

KUOW

Jared Taylor was not in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday. But Taylor, one of the leading voices for white rights in the country, says it was clear what really happened at that rally.

“Anyone who wishes to speak in the name of whites is subject to the heckler’s veto,” said Taylor, founder of the white advocacy website American Renaissance. “There would have been no violence, no problems of any kind if people had not shown up as counterdemonstrators, many of them wearing helmets, wielding batons, wearing shields, shouting for the death of the demonstrators. … This is not something that was provoked by the presence of racially conscious whites. It was something that was provoked by people who hate any white person who has a racial consciousness.”

Two days later, President Trump, in one of his most controversial press conferences to date, described the events — at which hundreds of white protesters gathered for the so-called “Unite the Right” rally and after which a white nationalist sympathizer drove his car into a crowd, killing a counterdemonstrator — in a similar way.

“Let me ask you this,” Trump told reporters Tuesday. “What about the fact that [counterdemonstrators] came charging, with clubs in their hands, swinging clubs? Do they have any problem? I think they do. … You had a group on one side that was bad and you had a group on another side that was also very violent. And nobody wants to say that. But I’ll say it right now.”

Taylor is among a group of educated, white-identity advocates who, critics say, normalize the ideas of white supremacy by couching them in language that doesn’t sound overtly racist. In doing so, those critics say, people like Taylor, authors Kevin MacDonald and Peter Brimelow, and “Unite the Right” organizers Jason Kessler and Richard Spencer sanitize racist tropes to make them palatable to a broad audience, including the upper reaches of the political mainstream.

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People Mag Does a Nasty Hatchet Job on Trump Family

People magazine glorifies trash like Kim Kardashian. How dare these jackasses attack the Trump family when they love human sacks of garbage.

The Donald taught his kids to avoid drugs and drink, work hard, and give back to the community. Disagree with Trump’s policies if you must, but leave the smears and slander somewhere else, People.

This junk is getting old.

Philly

It would be unfair to say that People magazine has been totally soft on President Trump. Recall that it was People that published the first-person account of its former reporter, Natasha Stoynoff, who wrote in October that Trump pushed her against a wall and kissed her without consent 11 years earlier. Trump denied Stoynoff’s claim.

Yet when Trump won the presidential election in November, less than a month after Stoynoff went public, People ran a cover that quite literally depicted the victorious billionaire in a glowing light. As Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan put it at the time, “it was a pretty glam treatment.”

Now, however, People is out with a much tougher cover that accuses the Trump family of “SECRETS & LIES.” The contrast between the cover of the new issue and one that featured the future first family in October 2015 (AT HOME WITH THE TRUMPS!) is truly striking.

The latest cover also takes a very different tone from that of an April 2016 issue, which suggested that the “real” Trump might be kinder and gentler than his coarse exterior would indicate.

An accompanying article captured some of Trump’s poorer qualities – he commented on a female reporter’s physical appearance, for example – but the cover made him look pretty good.

Thus, People’s decision to hit Trump on the front of the mag marks a notable shift. Its use of the word “lie” is particularly significant because the term has been a subject of journalistic debate.

The New York Times has decided it is appropriate, in some cases, to characterize false statements made by the president as lies. Similarly, Washington Post articles sometimes describe false statements by Trump as lies when it is clear that he knows the claims are untrue.

The Wall Street Journal, however, maintains that the word is generally not appropriate because it is difficult to know for sure whether the cause of a false statement is deception or an honest mistake. The Post describes false statements by Trump as lies when it is clear that he knows the claims are untrue.

By attaching the word “lie” to Trump on its cover, People is siding with news outlets that have taken the bolder approach of calling out claims that are not true. That is a sharp turn from the magazine’s prior coverage.

“If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor,” said one Barack Hussein Obama. That’s just one among many other lies, such as “shovel ready jobs.” Yet, the press would not call him and his sack of lumpy potatoes wife any names, much less calling him out as a liar.

Hypocrisy?

Much.

Snopes Defends Trump

It looks like liberal website Snopes.com doesn’t want be devoured by the sinkhole of public disgust that is swallowing up and spitting out the corporate media.

A couple of days ago Snopes published an in-depth analysis of how anti-Trump hatchet jobs are fabricated. It’s hard to picture CNN being this fair. This doesn’t mean that Snopes has seen the light and joined the alt-right. I don’t know for sure what it does mean. I just know that it’s a good thing when the smear jobs perpetrated against Trump are exposed.

Excerpt from Snopes

Broadly speaking, most of the falsehoods levelled against Trump fall into one or more of four categories, each of them drawing from and feeding into four public personas inhabited by the President.

They are:

Donald Trump: International Embarrassment
Trump the Tyrant
Donald Trump: Bully baby
Trump the Buffoon.

Some of these claims are downright fake, entirely fabricated by unreliable or dubious web sites and presented as satire, or otherwise blatantly false. But the rest — some of which have gained significant traction and credibility from otherwise serious people and organizations — provide a fascinating insight into the tactics and preoccupations of the broad anti-Trump movement known as “the Resistance,” whether they were created by critics of the President or merely shared by them.

Generally speaking, we discovered that they are characterized and driven by four types of errors of thought:

Alarmism
A lack of historical context or awareness
Cherry-picking of evidence (especially visual evidence)
A failure to adhere to Occam’s Razor — the common-sense understanding that the simplest explanation for an event or behavior is the most likely.

Infused throughout almost all these claims, behind their successful dissemination, is confirmation bias: the fuel that drives the spread of all propaganda and false or misleading claims among otherwise sensible and skeptical people. Confirmation bias is the tendency to look for, find, remember and share information that confirms the beliefs we already have, and the tendency to dismiss, ignore and forget information that contradicts those beliefs. It is one of the keys to why clever people, on all sides of every disagreement, sometimes believe stupid things that aren’t true.

We’re going to take a look at the four major types of falsehood we found, which correspond with Donald Trump’s four public personas, and point out along the way how various errors in thought have played a role in their origins and their spread.

Donald Trump: International Embarrassment

INTERNATIONAL EMBARRASSMENT. TRUMP ISN’T TAKING NOTES OR PAYING ATTENTION.

What’s remarkable is the extent to which false claims about the President revolve around body language, nonverbal gestures and symbolism, all phenomena that are notoriously open to interpretation. These lies and misrepresentations are also often based on snapshots — visual evidence presented without proper context.

Take, for example, the claim that Trump was the only world leader at a G7 summit in May not to take notes, based on a photograph posted to Twitter by French President Emannuel Macron. Here Trump was portrayed as unprepared and out of his depth on the world stage, with a “ten-second attention span”. However, the claim was entirely untrue, with other images and video of the meeting showing that Trump did indeed have notes and a pen. Not only that, but the very image used to make the false claim clearly shows two other world leaders sitting with no note-taking paraphernalia. In this case, even the cherry-picked evidence chosen to make the point undermines it.

The remainder of the article carries through in the spirit expressed in this excerpt. Significant lies about President Trump are called out, while the reader is shown the logical framework behind the lie.

Regular readers of this and other alt-right sites know the routine, which is why we ignore most of the ridiculous anti-Trump nonsense that the corporate media and Trump-hating Tweeters spew out 24/7.

Donald Trump, Jr. Hires Mafia Lawyer Amid More Russia Connection Accusations

DONALD TRUMP, JR., WIFE VANESSA, AND FIVE CHILDREN. TYPICAL MAFIA FAMILY.

Obviously, Donald Trump, Jr. is Mafioso. He hired a Mafia lawyer, so he’s guilty. And by extension, they’re all guilty.

After President Trump’s brief respite from the usual ridiculous Russian stories while he was in Hamburg, Germany for the G20 meetings, the smear jobs have come roaring back, as predicted here.

This is all fake news, stories run by an unhinged media with a strong hatred of Donald Trump because of his lack of political correctness and because of their allegiance to the (((Deep State))).

Hiring a lawyer is exactly what you must do when you’re being framed. The lawyer’s past clients are irrelevant.

Buzzfeed

Donald Trump Jr., under scrutiny amid revelations that he met last year with a Russian lawyer, has hired a New York criminal defense attorney with a practice that’s included high-profile organized crime and cybercrime cases.

Alan Futerfas runs a small law firm in New York that focuses on white-collar investigations and prosecutions. Futerfas confirmed that he is representing Donald Trump Jr. to BuzzFeed News by email after Reuters reported the news.

ALAN FUTERFAS.

In hiring Futerfas, Donald Trump Jr. has followed his father in tapping an attorney outside the cadre of white-collar defense attorneys based in Washington, DC, who frequently represent people involved in political controversies. Earlier this year, President Trump hired Marc Kasowitz — a New York attorney with little white-collar defense experience — to represent him in connection with Department of Justice and congressional inquiries into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Unlike Kasowitz, however, Futerfas’s practice is steeped in high-profile white-collar matters, as well as the occasional political controversy. News archives show that Futerfas has long represented clients with alleged ties to organized crime, including alleged members of the Bonanno, Gambino, Genovese, and Colombo crime families. Last year, he represented the son of a New York pizzeria owner who was found guilty of drug-related charges in a case that stemmed from an investigation into drug trafficking by the Italian mafia.

Futerfas has also handled several cybercrime cases. His clients have included a Russian man who created computer malware and rented it out to criminals to rob banks, and an Israeli man who was one of several defendants charged in a massive hack of consumer data from JPMorgan Chase and other financial institutions.

The New York Times reported over the weekend that Donald Trump Jr. met last summer with Natalia Veselnitskaya, a Russian lawyer who had been working to change US policy, after he was promised damaging information about Hillary Clinton. Asked about the meeting by the Times, Donald Trump Jr. initially said that it was mostly about adoption policies — but when presented with new information, he said that the Russian lawyer claimed to have information connecting Russia to Clinton and the Democratic National Committee.

“Her statements were vague, ambiguous and made no sense. No details or supporting information was provided or even offered. It quickly became clear that she had no meaningful information,” Trump Jr. said in a statement.

Hollywood Hatchet Jobs: New Film Portrays Modern Day Joan of Arc as Alt-Right Christian Terrorist

Why didn’t I think of this?

These Hollyweird people are geniuses. Geniuses, I tell you.

I can find no details about the new Joan of Arc film, but it’s easy to see that it’s not going to be friendly to Christians or to the alt-right.

Excerpt from tracking-board.com

Orange Is the New Black star Taryn Manning has signed on to topline REGARDING THE CASE OF JOAN OF ARC, an indie movie from director Matthew Wilder, who recently wrote the Nicolas Cage-Willem Dafoe movie Dog Eat Dog.

Wilder co-wrote the film with Michael McClung, and the script is directly based on the transcripts of Joan of Arc’s trial.

In this new retelling of the Joan myth, Joan (Manning) is an alt-right Christian terrorist being put on trial in a place like Guantanamo Bay. A virgin who hears the voice of God commanding her, Joan has pulled together a mostly rural following to cleanse America of its decadent urban sensibility and make our federal government Christian again — and is willing to attack federal buildings and employees to make it happen. A military tribunal has received orders from above that Joan must die — but first they must paint her as a bad apple, since her followers are now strong enough to topple the American government.

Regarding the Case of Joan of Arc is being produced by Gena Vazquez, Luis Sinibaldi and Wilder under the aegis of Vazquez’s new shingle Monte Carlo Pictures, which is also gearing up to produce a feature about the origins of ultimate fighting.

The film begins shooting on July 11 in Los Angeles and is expected to premiere in early 2018.

And so we have a double hatchet job. (((Hollyweird))) smears Christians and conservative voters all in one movie.

These people are garbage to me.

Link to transcript of the trial of Joan of Arc

Trump Blasted for Sexism For Telling Reporter She Has “Nice Smile”

Another day, another ridiculous smear job on President Trump.

This story is partly about Trump, but it’s also about all men. (((They))) desire to frighten us. Their goal is to destroy the ordinary, pleasant exchanges between men and women that make life a little more interesting and tolerable.

Sydney Morning Herald

US President Donald Trump was at his desk in the Oval Office and on the phone with the new prime minister of Ireland on Tuesday when a journalist for an Irish news organisation caught his eye.

“Well, we have a lot of your Irish press watching us,” Trump said to the prime minister, Leo Varadkar, as several reporters looked on.

Then, interrupting his conversation with Varadkar, Trump pointed at the journalist, Caitriona Perry, and gestured for her to come to him.

“And where are you from?” he said. “Go ahead. Come here, come here. Where are you from? We have all of this beautiful Irish press.”

After she introduced herself, Trump told Varadkar, “She has a nice smile on her face so I bet she treats you well.”

The exchange, which was captured on video and widely shared on social media, drew criticism about how Trump treats women and the message it sent about the attitude toward women as professionals in their fields.

Elisa Lees Muñoz, executive director of the International Women’s Media Foundation, said on Wednesday that she had heard about the episode in passing.

After a transcript of the exchange was read to her over the phone, she said: “Oh, Lord. I wish I could say this is a surprise.”

She said such occurrences were not limited to Trump, adding that female journalists are frequently called out for their appearance, their hair and the way they dress.

ELISA LEES MUNOZ. NEVER BEEN COMPLIMENTED?

Comments like the president’s detract from a woman’s value as a professional, she said.

“We absolutely do not see that happening with male reporters,” she said. “I don’t know what the solution to this is. It does need to be called out. It does need to stop.”

Kris Macomber, an assistant professor of sociology at Meredith College in Raleigh, North Carolina, said in an email that Trump’s comments reflect “textbook paternalistic sexism”, which is often couched in a “‘playful’ tone, as if she should feel flattered.”

NOBODY CARES WHAT SHE THINKS.

“Donald Trump’s track record for sexist remarks is well documented, and this particular case fits right in line with his previous remarks,” she wrote. “He didn’t say those things for Perry’s sake; rather he said those things to show all the people in the room (and the cameras) that he’s the kind of man who flirts with women he considers attractive.”

Most notably, a month before the election, a 2005 recording surfaced of Trump talking to television personality Billy Bush of Access Hollywood and speaking in extraordinarily vulgar terms about women.

In 2013, President Barack Obama apologised to Kamala Harris, who was then the attorney general of California and is now one of its senators, after telling a group of wealthy donors that she was “the best-looking attorney general in the country”. The comment drew accusations of sexism, which the White House at the time quickly sought to quiet.

Perry, the Washington correspondent for Raidió Teilifís Éireann, could not be reached to comment on Wednesday. On Twitter, she posted a video of the exchange and described it as a “bizarre moment”.

RTÉ had an article on its webpage under the entertainment category with the headline: “Trump call! RTÉ’s Caitriona has Presidential moment.”

Perry told RTÉ she expected to shoot footage from outside the window of the White House during the president’s call but that reporters were invited inside.

“One minute we were outside the window and the next minute I’m meeting the president of the United States,” she said. “When we went in he was already on the phone but I must have caught his eye and he called me over.”

The White House did not respond to an email requesting comment.

On Twitter, some users reacted with revulsion.

Deb Curry wrote: “Please, don’t judge us by this man. My husband would never treat you like this in a workplace. So inappropriate.”

Others defended the president and said he was complimenting Perry.

Twitter user Mike Boyd wrote: “Our generation calls what POTUS did a simple act of dignity and kindness. When kindness is mistaken for being bizarre, it’s a sad commentary.”

A man can decide to be a man and risk the consequences or he might as well become pajama boy.

Jones vs. Kelly: Finally Over?

The embedded video above shows Alex Jones, Mike Cernovich, and Steve Pieczenik talking about the lies and distortions that Megyn Kelly brought to the table with her segment on Jones Sunday night.

NBC is blocking the publication of Megyn Kelly’s “interview” with Alex Jones on youtube. You can watch it on the Megyn Kelly webpage.

Kelly’s interview is a hatchet job. Until I heard the biased language coming from Kelly and her guests I never knew that anyone considered the Fat Man to be offensive because of his presentation of alternate views of some of the major news events of this century–9/11, the Sandy Hook shootings, Obama’s birth certificate, and more. The thing that bothered most of the conspiracy realists I follow was his failure to address the Jewish Question.

You have to believe that the sudden mainstream media interest in Jones is related to his relationship with President Donald Trump. By smearing Jones, some of the mud splatters upon Trump too.

When you consider that the press smears Trump a dozen times a day, seven days a week with their fake news narratives, why would anyone trust the press to tell the truth about Jones or any other “deplorable”?

Furthermore, when you consider the Neocon’s love of war and hostility to freedom, why would you trust the government to tell the truth?

All of the stories related to Kelly’s 17 minutes of anti-Jones, anti-Trump material stick with the narrative that Jones is evil and dangerous.

Excerpt from Variety

The one strong takeaway from the entire segment was that Jones is newsworthy and dangerous because he has the ear of our volatile president. The segment starts with that sentiment, and then proceeds to enumerate various situations in which Jones is a concerning public figure (including an interview with Neil Heslin, who lost his son in the Sandy Hook tragedy). Then it ends. To be sure, Kelly is right to observe that the connection is worth investigating. But the “Sunday Night” segment doesn’t seem like investigating; it’s instead a wind-up to a punch with no subsequent impact.

At least Variety acknowledges Kelly’s failures. But that’s probably because liberals hate her for her prior association with Fox News.

Excerpt from Deadline

One of Kelly’s fiercest critics, watchdog site Media Matters, called the broadcast “a report that was originally billed as a self-promotional head-to-head showdown with Alex Jones but got turned into “a well-edited investigation of the dangers posed by an unstable megalomaniac with millions of loyal fans, including one in the Oval Office” owing to a “well-deserved firestorm of denunciations.”

Insisting that Kelly deserves little credit for the changes the org warned its damage already had been done, saying “the network’s impotent reaction to Jones’ own grabs for media attention may allow the nation’s biggest producer of conspiracy theory media to come out the winner of tonight’s program.”

Jones seemed to agree. On YouTube, he live-streamed himself breaking open a bottle of champagne and calling the broadcast a big win.

Kellybots will follow her lead and spend Monday at the watercooler at work echoing the nonsense that Jones is dangerous. He may be loud and he may not get everything right and he may even be controlled opposition, but questioning 9/11 and Sandy Hook is patriotic, not dangerous.

The dirtbags at NBC and the liberal media don’t understand the appeal of Alex Jones. I could only find one article that treats him fairly.

Excerpt from American Thinker

Considering the longer term, Jones is in touch with and riding the wave of a powerful new meme that’s gaining currency worldwide. Its adherents believe that the game is stacked against the middle class as powerful and often unseen Deep State actors, globalists, the media, academia, popular culture, government bureaucracies, and other corrupt players conspire to transform for the worse life as we know it. Peaceful opposition to this onslaught is, as Jones has defined it – the Infowar. The Internet and the new media are making more plausible a worldwide wake-up call and a paradigm shift in information, awareness, and action. And they aren’t going away.

Meanwhile, one wonders what the NBC suits are thinking now about their widely reported $15 million-plus investment in their new golden girl, Megyn Kelly. She is decidedly not an Infowarrior or open in the least to the emerging new paradigm. And as her work at NBC is demonstrating, she is not even a good journalist.

Styx, not a fan of Jones or Kelly also gets it.

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