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.

Hillary: White Women Who Voted Against Her Pressured by Brothers, Fathers

HILLARY SEZ SHE WUZ ROBBED.

So much failure, so many explanations.

Daily Caller

Hillary Clinton has an explanation for why women — white women, in particular — voted against her last November: they caved in to pressure from their husbands, fathers, boyfriends and male bosses.

Clinton made the excuse during an interview with NPR’s Rachel Martin during a promotional tour of her book, “What Happened.”

In the interview, Clinton was asked why, given that she was the first female presidential candidate, she fared worse than expected among female voters.

In typical Clinton fashion, she deflected the blame, suggesting that women who voted against her were somehow manipulated by men in their lives. She also claimed that “sexism” from supporters of Bernie Sanders might have played a part in her poor showing among female voters.

“You yourself in the book acknowledge that a good number of young women didn’t vote for you, which is presumably not a sexist choice. They just weren’t inspired by your message,” NPR’s Martin said to Clinton.

THEY DON’T LOOK BULLIED TO ME.

New Hillary Clinton CBS Interview Exposes Her Seething Hatred of White People

Hillary Clinton gave an interview on Sunday. Her distaste for white working people shines through. It’s all about her.

Fox News

Hillary Clinton said Sunday in her first TV interview since Election Day that she was just “gobsmacked, wiped out” after losing the presidential election to Donald Trump.

Clinton, who is releasing a new memoir Tuesday titled “What Happened” that points fingers and accepts responsibility for her defeat, also told CBS News’ “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley that she won’t ever run for office again.

“I am done with being a candidate, but I’m not done with politics because I believe that our country’s future is at stake,” Clinton said during the interview at her home in Chappaqua, New York.

Asked how she was doing, Clinton confessed that the loss still stings.

“I think I am good, but that doesn’t mean I’m complacent or resolved about what happened,” she said. “It’s still painful.”

She said on election night she felt like she let everybody down.

“I had not drafted a concession speech,” Clinton said. “I had been working on a victory speech.”

She said post-election she went off on a “frenzy of closet cleaning,” drinking Chardonnay and walks in the woods. She recommends doing yoga.

“I couldn’t feel, I couldn’t think,” Clinton said. “I was just gobsmacked, wiped out.”

Clinton said she never thought of not going to Trump’s inauguration as a former first lady.

“And so there I was on the platform, you know, feeling like an out of body experience,” she said. “And then this speech [by Trump], a cry from the white nationalist gut.”

She said that during the campaign Trump was quite successful “referencing a nostalgia” that would give hope, comfort and settle grievances for millions of people upset about gains made by others.

“Millions of white people,” Pauley asked.

“Yeah, millions of white people,” Clinton replied.

Clinton also defended her “basket of deplorables” comment about Trump supporters in the interview.

“Well, I thought Trump was behaving in a deplorable manner,” she said. “I thought a lot of his appeals to voters were deplorable. I thought his behavior as we saw on the ‘Access Hollywood’ tape was deplorable. And there were a large number of people who didn’t care. It didn’t matter to them.”

Clinton said she didn’t believer her deplorable comment energized Trump voters.

“They were already energized,” she said.

Clinton said she practiced what she would do if Trump came up behind her during the debates and then she said when he did at the second debate in St. Louis, she became flustered.

“It was so discombobulating,” she told Pauley. “And so — while I’m answering questions, my mind is going, ‘OK, do I keep my composure? Do I act like a president? Am I the person that people can trust in the end to make hard decisions?’ Or do I wheel around and say, ‘Get outta my space. Back up, you creep.’ Well, you know, I didn’t do the latter.”

The interview concluded with Clinton saying the U.S. had a reality show that led to the election of a president. “He ends up in the Oval Office,” she said of Trump .”He says, ‘Boy, it’s so much harder than I thought it would be. This is really tough. I had no idea.’ Well, yeah, because it’s not a show. It’s real. It’s reality, for sure.”

“What Happened” is being published by Simon & Schuster, a division of CBS.

The memoir, which dishes on Bernie Sanders, former FBI Director James Comey and Russian President Vladimir Putin, as well as Trump, has some Democratic Party wags worried.

Coming so soon after the election, it’s poised to re-live the 2016 campaign drama in the media for weeks, if not months, to come – as Democrats try to prepare for the 2018 midterms while also battling the Trump agenda.

Clinton already is taking some criticism — complete with mockery from late-night television hosts — for planning book-tour stops in the Great Lakes and Midwestern states that ultimately cost her the election. But she writes that her campaign had more staff and spent more on advertising in both Michigan and Pennsylvania, two states she lost, than President Barack Obama did when he won them in 2012.

She acknowledges that “if there’s one place where we were caught by surprise, it was Wisconsin,” saying that polls showed her ahead until the end. But while she did not visit the state in the fall, she noted that her surrogates blanketed the state.

In Wisconsin, Democratic pollster Paul Maslin called it a “bitter irony” that Clinton is now trying to reach voters — or consumers — in states he believes her campaign mostly ignored.

But he said it’s ultimately a sideshow from a has-been.

Here’s hoping that her book (which was surely ghostwritten) is a great big bomb.

Steve Bannon: Comey Firing Biggest Mistake in Political History

Steve Bannon may be a political genius but even geniuses get it wrong sometimes.

James Comey needed to be fired because he’s corrupt. He was Hillary’s puppet. The world should not have to live with an FBI headed by a Clinton puppet.

Daily Caller

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said in a new interview with “60 Minutes” that the firing of James Comey as FBI director was the “biggest mistake in modern political history.”

In an unaired portion of the interview, Charlie Rose asked Bannon a line of questions about Comey’s May 9 firing and the subsequent hiring of Robert Mueller as special counsel.

“Someone said to me that you described the firing of James Comey as the biggest mistake in political history,” Rose told Bannon.

“That would probably be too bombastic even for me, but maybe modern political history,” replied Bannon, who resumed his position as chairman of Breitbart News after he left the White House last month.

“The firing of James Comey was the biggest mistake in modern political history?” Rose repeated.

“If you’re saying that that’s associated with me then I’ll leave it at that,” Bannon said.

Bannon also said that “there’s no doubt” that Comey’s firing set the stage for Mueller, a former FBI director, to be hired to oversee the Russia investigation.

Had Comey remained on the job, “we would not have the Mueller investigation, would not have the Mueller investigation in the breadth that clearly Mr. Mueller is going,” Bannon said.

Bannon also said that he does not believe that Mueller should be fired, an idea that Trump has reportedly discussed with some advisers. Asked about those reports, Bannon said “there’s nothing I ever heard like that.”

Comey’s firing, which came about a week after he testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee, set off a chain reaction that led to Mueller’s appointment as special counsel.

Because Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a member of the Trump campaign, had recused himself from the Russia investigation, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was in charge of making decisions related to the probe. But Rosenstein came under fire because of a letter he wrote to Trump supporting Comey’s firing. Rosenstein responded by choosing Mueller to directly oversee the sprawling Russia inquiry.

Bannon was also asked about reports that Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner supported Comey’s firing. But the operative avoided the question, saying that “they’ll have to find that out either through the media or through the investigation. I don’t know.”

Mueller is a worrisome snake in the grass. But Trump will have to deal with him when and if he fabricates charges that support his Deep State bosses’ desire to be rid of Trump

Andrew Anglin interview with Tara McCarthy (Video)

Andrew Anglin is on with Greg Johnson of Counter-Currents. Tara McCarthy asks the questions.

I’m putting this up now, although I haven’t listened to much of it. I’m mainly putting it up for your interest. We all know that the Daily Stormer has been unfairly targeted by the establishment social justice warriors.

This link to the Daily Stormer is still working. You may want to copy it to your bookmarks.

Link to Daily Stormer

Attractive “Passing for White” Woman Halsey is Actually Biracial and Identifies as Black

MULATTO HALSEY IDENTIFIES AS BLACK.

Our ancestors knew what was what when they came up with the one-drop rule. Has anyone ever heard of a biracial person identifying as white? I’m sure there must be some.

As to Halsey, without the tats and other negatives, she’d be an above average, but not truly beautiful “white girl.” Well, maybe she is sort of tranny-ish. What do you think?

She’s guilty of all the things that the modern girl must do: tats, shaved head, blue hair, fake fingernails, smoking, topless photos, but no plastic surgery or porn. Yet.

These liberal retards are disgusting and a disgrace. I’m glad she identifies as black. Maybe she’ll not trap some hapless white guy into marrying her.

Huffington Post

Those unfamiliar with the pop singer Halsey’s background might be surprised to learn that she is biracial, the daughter of a black father and a white mother. In a new interview with Playboy, the singer talked about her politics, her feminism, and revealed that she identifies strongly as a black woman, even if she doesn’t look like the typical black girl.

“I’m white-passing. I’ve accepted that about myself and have never tried to control anything about black culture that’s not mine,” the 22-year-old singer said in the interview published August 15.

She added that she’s proud of her identity, but still experiences “racial blips” from time to time, like “white boys in my life asking me why my nipples are brown.”

“I look like a white girl, but I don’t feel like one. I’m a black woman,” the singer explained. “So it’s been weird navigating that. When I was growing up I didn’t know if I was supposed to love TLC or Britney.”

The singer also spoke about the work of white allies in the current racial and political climate.

“White guilt is funny, but this is a really hard time for white allies. People don’t want to do too much but want to do enough, and in my bubble of Los Angeles I’m surrounded by a lot of good people with a lot of good intentions,” she said.

“But as I learned in this past election, my bubble is just a small fraction of how this country operates. That is ultimately my greatest frustration with the public perception of any sort of activism: the mentality of ‘Well, it’s not affecting me.’ Open your f**king eyes.”

“Passing for white” has been around a long time. Confederate president Jefferson Davis’s wife was rumored to be black, a topic I did a post on already, using this photo as evidence:

In fact, Mrs. Davis looks more black than Halsey. She also thought like a black woman, encouraging Mr. Davis to adopt a black boy that the two of them raised.

The problem with Halsey may be as much her modern feminism as her racial mixture. Race mixing and feminism are two corrupting influences the (((music industry))) is selling hard.

Link to full Playboy interview.

THOSE TATS!

White nationalist Richard Spencer taunts counter-protesters: ‘We could have killed them with our bare hands’

When you’re in a war, there’s the battlefield and there’s the propaganda war.

I’m certain that the liberal news site, Raw Story, has emphasized the worst in reporting on Richard Spencer’s reaction to the violence in Charlottesville.

At this point in his life, Spencer should be media savvy enough to be careful with his words. David Duke would never have said something so provocative as Spencer’s quote in the headline above.

Raw Story

Avowed white supremacist Richard Spencer on Monday argued racist rally-goers who clashed with counter protesters in Charlottesville, VA this past weekend “could have killed them with our bare hands.”

Spencer was speaking about Antifa, the anti-fascist political movement that arrived in Charlottesville after hundreds of white supremacists descended on the city to protest the removal of a prominent statue of Confederate commander Robert E. Lee.

The alt-right leader also told reporters city and state officials have “blood on their hands” after a post-rally gathering ended in the tragic death of 32-year old Heather Heyer. James Fields, a Nazi sympathizer, drove his car into a group of counter-protestors, killing Heyer and injuring 19 others. Spencer on Monday declined to condemn the 20-year old’s actions.

“I am not going to condemn this young man at this point,” Spencer said, insisting “there is a great deal of ambiguity” regarding the events that transpired Saturday.

“My cause has nothing to do with this car,” Spencer said

Commenting on the president’s statement Monday finally disavowing white nationalists, Spencer said “only a dumb person would take those lines seriously.”

“Its just silliness,” Spencer said,. “It’s not serious and I don’t think anyone takes it seriously including the president.”

The focus on the purpose of the Unite the Right rally is not there in Spencer’s words. There’s a case to be made in comparing politicians who destroy historical monuments to ISIS vandals. There’s a case to be made for the right of individuals to rally under the protection of the First Amendment.

But Spencer choose to play tough guy.

His denigration of Trump’s words as silly is also shallow. I would have said, “President Trump was under enormous political pressure to denounce Nazis, which we have been slandered as by the press. The president would I think agree with the right of all peoples to self determination, which is all we are trying to achieve. We’re not interested in erecting statues to Hitler or creating National Socialist States of America. We love the Constitution and would like to get back to honoring it.”

You see the difference in tone in what I wrote versus what Spencer said? When you’re in a war, you have to consider the propaganda value of your words.

I give Spencer a D. Am I too harsh?