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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Trump Signs Congressional Resolution Condemning White Supremacists

TRUMP JUST SIGNED A RESOLUTION HONORING THIS FILTHY FAT SLUT.

When it rains, it pours.

If you’re white and you have your feet firmly planted on the ground, you might feel disheartened today. The white race is under attack from Republicans, Democrats, mayors, Congress, Donald Trump, the media, Twitter, Jews, and even many of our own people.

The message is that if you’re white, you’re a piece of shit who has no right to exist. Well, maybe the New World Order will tolerate you so long as you work your ass off to support the brown and black dirtbags who are net tax consumers. In other words, they need the white race for a little while longer so that we can dig our own graves.

Smart white people might:

1. Turn the race war on us around and begin attacking our enemies. I have no problem with this. Warrior blood races through the bodies of many white men.

2. Withdraw from the System, consume less, and pay no taxes. Become a tax consumer. Make them pay you welfare. I have no problem with this either.

3. Begin the long political process necessary to achieve a white homeland via secession. I have no problem with this either.

Read the bill that Trump signed at the Congress website.

NBC News

President Donald Trump on Thursday signed a resolution passed by Congress condemning white supremacists, Neo-Nazis and other hate groups.

“As Americans, we condemn the recent violence in Charlottesville and oppose hatred, bigotry, and racism in all forms,” Trump said in a statement. “No matter the color of our skin or our ethnic heritage, we all live under the same laws, we all salute the same great flag, and we are all made by the same almighty God.”

The resolution, which Congress overwhelmingly approved this week, honors Heather Heyer, who was killed Aug. 12 when a car was driven into a group of counter-demonstrators protesting against a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Trump was criticized for his response to that deadly act of violence, in which he condemned bigotry and violence “on many sides.”

Critics also assailed Trump after he said that there were good people on “both sides” of the rally, which ostensibly was held to protest the planned removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee.

The resolution, passed by Congress on Monday and Tuesday,urges the Trump administration to speak out against hate groups that espouse racism, extremism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism and white supremacy.

It also calls on the Justice Department and other federal agencies to “use all resources available” to improve data collection on hate crimes and to “address the growing prevalence of those hate groups in the United States.”

Trump said in his statement signing the resolution: “We are a Nation founded on the truth that all of us are created equal. As one people, let us move forward to rediscover the bonds of love and loyalty that bring us together as Americans.”

If you read the law carefully, right at the end, it opens the door to declaring all expressions of pro-white views to be criminal offenses, including about half the content of this site.

If I’m picked up in the middle of the night and disappeared, the rest of you should go on fighting as best as you can.

Here’s the words in the bill that open Pandora’s box:

(6) rejects White nationalism, White supremacy, and neo-Nazism as hateful expressions of intolerance that are contradictory to the values that define the people of the United States; and

(7) urges—

(A) the President and his administration to—

(i) speak out against hate groups that espouse racism, extremism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism, and White supremacy; and

(ii) use all resources available to the President and the President’s Cabinet to address the growing prevalence of those hate groups in the United States; and

(B) the Attorney General to work with—

(i) the Secretary of Homeland Security to investigate thoroughly all acts of violence, intimidation, and domestic terrorism by White supremacists, White nationalists, neo-Nazis, the Ku Klux Klan, and associated groups in order to determine if any criminal laws have been violated and to prevent those groups from fomenting and facilitating additional violence; and

(ii) the heads of other Federal agencies to improve the reporting of hate crimes and to emphasize the importance of the collection, and the reporting to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, of hate crime data by State and local agencies.

Leftist Antifa Expert Draws Dartmouth Faculty Support for Allegedly Advocating Violence Against “Nazis”

DR. MARK BRAY. ALLEGEDLY ENDORSES ANTIFA VIOLENCE.

Die Nazi Scum.

We’re seen the signs at so-called counterprotests held by the Antifa. We’ve also seen them attack people they consider to Nazis, which is anyone who disagrees with them.

Since the Anitfa petition went viral and caught everyone’s attention, I wonder if the faculty who supported the Antifa feel any embarrassment. The press moved from support to condemnation of the Communist/anarchists in a flash when it became expedient to do so. Professors haven’t been coming out against the Antifa that I know of.

Mark Bray should be fired for advocating violence, if that accusation is true. It’s one thing to hold political opinions, but entirely another thing to use the bully pulpit of the classroom and the TV interview to push others to go out and violate the law by attacking people with bike locks and baseball bats.

The New American

On August 21, Dartmouth College president Philip J. Hanlon issued a relatively mild public statement disavowing recent comments by one of the college’s lecturers in support of the violent actions of the anarcho-communist group Antifa. Now, more than 100 Dartmouth faculty members have signed a letter in support of the lecturer, Dr. Mark Bray, and are calling upon Dr. Hanlon to retract his statement.

Dr. Bray is the author of Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook, and since the deadly battle in Charlottseville, Virginia, between Antifa cadres and neo-Nazis on August 12, he has shot to stardom, thanks to friendly interviews with NPR, CNN, NBC, Slate, Vox, Vice, and more.

As we noted in our August 29 article, Liberal Media: Cheerleaders for “Antifa” Communist Thugs, the violent Antifa extremists have been generously showered with sympathetic coverage by much of the media. On August 14, for example, Yahoo! News posted a story titled, “As neo-Nazis grow bolder, the ‘antifa’ has emerged to fight them.” Like many similar reports in the “mainstream” media, the article paid an obligatory nod to objectivity by quoting Antifa critics, but the upshot for many readers will be: “Finally, someone is standing up to the Nazi-KKK bullies!”

The masked, black-clad Antifa radicals scored a big media boost from NBC shortly after Charlottesville when Meet The Press featured a powderpuff interview by Chuck Todd of Mark Bray on August 16. Todd then brought Bray back for another friendly gabfest on August 20. Bray, a longtime militant activist and a visiting lecturer in Gender Studies at Dartmouth College, publicly let it be known that he is a supporter of Antifa. In other words, he is not coming under criticism merely because he is a scholar who has written a book about a subject he has researched. He has not, as far as we know, publicly admitted to taking part in violent and illegal Antifa activities, but he vocally endorses their actions and is viewed by both supporters and opponents as the chief theoretician and “public intellectual” of the militant movement. Bray previously wrote a sympathetic book promoting the Occupy Wall Street movement, which provided the training ground where the Antifa leaders recruited many of their activists, refined their Marxist-Leninist rhetoric, and honed their violent communist tactics.

Media Research Center (MRC) president Brent Bozell condemned the NBC whitewash of Antifa. “Violent leftists have broken into the mainstream and Chuck Todd is guilty of aiding and abetting,” Bozell charged. “It is abhorrent that NBC and Todd believe it acceptable to normalize extremist groups like Antifa which use terror to silence their opposition.”

Bozell continued: “After the initial interview with Bray, Chuck Todd had the opportunity to correct his mistake but instead chose to again allow a radical to promote domestic terrorism with little push back. Can you imagine Chuck Todd inviting a member of a militant right-wing group on his show to rationalize violence against the left? NBC must cease giving legitimacy to supporters of this violent left-wing movement immediately.”

A letter to President Hanlon defending Bray, reportedly signed by more than 100 Dartmouth faculty members, goes a long way to confirming charges (as if more confirmation were necessary) that much of academia has become totally dominated by the far-left. Bray’s Dartmouth comrades see no problem with his support for Antifa’s violent approach to shutting down speech of opponents. Antifa violence, of course, is not only limited to censoring speech, nor is it directed only at genuine fascists and racists. As we have seen repeatedly (and as we will show presently) the black-clad goons broadly apply the “fascist” label and viciously attack anyone who stands in the way of their radical anarchist-communist agenda.

The Dartmouth supporters cite the cornucopia of media attention Bray has received as evidence of his importance as a scholar, and then note that even more media glory is on the way with his upcoming nationwide book tour. “With the appearance last week of his new book on the subject — which has already sold 10,000 copies and been reviewed in the New Yorker–he is embarking on a 30-city book tour,” the faculty letter breathlessly relates. “He is speaking by invitation at campuses like Duke, NYU, and Colby. In short, his historical expertise is in demand around the country and internationally.”

Colleges Expect Trouble, with Richard Spencer and MILO in the Thick of It

The so-called Dangerous Faggot has been laying low for months after his comments about underage sex were broadcast far and wide by the media that seeks to discredit White Identity, White Nationalism, and whatever other manifestations of the white racial awakening have united under the alt-right banner.

But you can’t keep a good faggot down. MILO Yiannopoulos says he’s going back to Berkeley. The last time he was there, professional rioters were allowed free rein, thus associating nationalist impulses with violence in the public mind.

Likewise, White Identitarian Richard Spencer plans to speak at colleges and universities this year.

While we know that MILO is not one of us, Spencer has been proclaimed by the media to be the leader of our movement.

I don’t know whether Spencer is a crypto-Jew as some have been proclaiming recently. What I do know is that we have to make more white people see the advantages of banding together as a special interest group. We’re a notoriously individualistic people, which is good except when it comes to facing off a against a federal government which is hostile to our interests.

In my opinion, MILO no longer has much power to damage our effort to join forces with each other as white people. Spencer is a different story.

Charlottesville looks a lot like a set up intended to discredit the alt-right and disempower white people through collective guilt tripping. If it was a set up, it’s hard not to see how Spencer wasn’t involved in setting it up to turn off normies toward White Nationalism.

Washington Post via NOLA

By The Washington Post

Earlier this month, white nationalist leader Richard Spencer rallied hundreds of torch-bearing followers for a march through the heart of the University of Virginia that began a weekend of rage and violence. He hopes to go back to Charlottesville soon.

“Colleges and universities are a great venue,” Spencer said. “I will never give those up.”

As the fall semester begins, schools across the United States are girding for fights over controversial speakers after an incendiary year that began with clashes at the University of California at Berkeley and worsened at U-Va. One by one in the days since the Charlottesville mayhem on Aug. 11 and 12, major public universities have shut their doors to Spencer and his followers. Their decisions illuminate the challenge of balancing campus values, security concerns and free speech protections.

The First Amendment “does not require a public institution to risk imminent violence to students and others,” University of Florida President W. Kent Fuchs said as the school denied a request from Spencer’s National Policy Institute that sought to rent a venue on campus for an event featuring Spencer.

OH NO, MILO’S BACK. HE DOESN’T REPRESENT ME IN ANY WAY.

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Trump Hints Gary Cohn May Hear “You’re Fired” Soon

Don’t worry all you Jews and Jew lovers all across America. Even if Gary Cohn loses his job as President Trump’s economic adviser, don’t lose your bagels over it. There are still plenty of Khazharians left surrounding the president.

Zerohedge

In our preview this morning, we noted that it seemed odd that Trump’s tax speech had reportedly been drafted by White House aide Stephen Miller, the leader of the nationalist arm of the White House staff, as opposed to his Chief Economic Advisor Gary Cohn.

While notable because it indicated that Trump might return to his populist roots in his first tax reform cheerleading session, most didn’t ascribe any more value to the information than that.

That is until Trump took the stage earlier this afternoon and thanked a litany of advisors for their help in crafting his tax policies but noticeably left out Gary Cohn. As The Hill [4] notes, Trump gave credit to everyone from Mnuchin to Linda McMahon and host of local Missouri politicians but seemingly snubbed Cohn.

As Trump took the stage in Springfield, Mo., to kick off his tax reform push, he welcomed his administration’s major players in the debate who joined him at the event but failed to mention Cohn, who was also there.

Trump specifically named Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross and Small Business Administrator Linda McMahon, who flew with the president to the event.

Trump went on to name the long list of Missouri lawmakers who sat in the crowd, joking at one point that he debated whether to name them all because “I have so many.”

Of course, this could mean absolutely nothing, or it could mean that there was more to the rumors that surfaced over the weekend and last week about rising tensions between Cohn and Trump.

Over the weekend, Axios [5] noted rising tensions over tariffs and a continued power struggle between Trump and the “globalists” in the White House who continued to resist the President’s controversial economic agenda in the absence of Steve Bannon.

“John, you haven’t been in a trade discussion before, so I want to share with you my views. For the last six months, this same group of geniuses comes in here all the time and I tell them…

‘Tariffs. I want tariffs.’ And what do they do? They bring me IP. I can’t put a tariff on IP.”

“China is laughing at us,… Laughing.”

“John, I want you to know, this is my view. I want tariffs. And I want someone to bring me some tariffs.”

“John, let me tell you why they didn’t bring me any tariffs,” he said.

“I know there are some people in the room right now that are upset. I know there are some globalists in the room right now. And they don’t want them, John, they don’t want the tariffs. But I’m telling you, I want tariffs.”

Meanwhile, this latest sign of a ‘stressed’ relationship also comes after Cohn expressed some concerns to the FT over how Trump handled the Charottesville tragedy. The interview resulted in immediate speculation that Cohn’s resignation was imminent. Here was our take from last week [6]:

As discussed earlier [7], in an unexpectedly harsh response to Trump’s Charlottesville comments, Trump’s top economic adviser Gary Cohn said in an FT interview published this morning that the administration needs to be more unequivocal in condemning hate groups, but added he was “reluctant” to quit over its response to a recent protest.’

“I believe this administration can and must do better in consistently and unequivocally condemning these groups and do everything we can to heal the deep divisions that exist in our communities,” Cohn told the FT in his first public comments since the controversy.

Cohn said that as a “patriotic American” he did not want to leave his job as the director of the national economic council. “But I also feel compelled to voice my distress over the events of the last two weeks.” He added that “Citizens standing up for equality and freedom can never be equated with white supremacists, neo-Nazis, and the K.K.K.,” Mr. Cohn said. “I believe this administration can and must do better in consistently and unequivocally condemning these groups and do everything we can to heal the deep divisions that exist in our communities.”

Cohn added, “As a Jewish American, I will not allow neo-Nazis ranting ‘Jews will not replace us’ to cause this Jew to leave his job” and said that Trump’s administration said that the White House “can and must do better” in consistently condemning hate groups. Cohn’s remarks were in stark contrast to a statement from the Treasury secretary, Steven Mnuchin, who defended the president. Mnuchin is also Jewish, and is also a former Goldman employee.

Then again, maybe it’s just all a big misunderstanding….

Setting aside his ethnicity, Cohn is a globalist rat fink who was disloyal to the boss and what Trump supporters voted for.

Can’t wait t to hear those famous words, “You’re fired.”

Youtube Removes Charlottesville Conspiracy Vid for Harassment and Bullying Before I Could Post It

GLP has a thread featuring a video showing a Sandy Hook mom and Susan Bro, the mom of Heather Heyer.

Susan Bro looks like the Sandy Hook mom, but aged about 10 or 15 years.

I believe the now banned video concludes that Charlottesville was a psy op, with Susan Bro being a crisis actor.

Sandy Hook mom of Victoria, Donna Soto:

Mother of Heather Heyer, Susan Bro:

This is the now deleted video:

It would be easy to prove that the two women are not the same. Just have them hold a joint press conference. I don’t see how youtube can legitimately call comparing photos in a video bullying or harassment.

I’ve looked closely at the photos and do not believe they are of the same woman. Susan Bro has two moles on her forehead that the first woman does not have.

Actor Scott Baio was slammed by the Soto family for suggesting that the two moms are the same person. As far as I know, Baio hasn’t been banned from Twitter, which says something good about Twitter.

It’s clear that Google/youtube have taken it upon themselves to decide the truth for all of us, rather than letting us make up our own minds. Here, if you think the two women are the same person, you can say it. I might disagree with you, but I won’t censor or insult you for your opinion.

I DO BELIEVE THAT THERE IS SIGNIFICANT EVIDENCE THAT CHARLOTTESVILLE WAS A SET UP. IT’S JUST THE CRISIS ACTORS PART THAT I DISAGREE WITH.

Heather Heyer’s mother, Robert E. Lee IV denounce racism at VMAs

Idiots might as well denounce that the sun rises in the East and sets in the West.

Fat mom is making the most of her 15 minutes of fame, which in the Internet age is probably more like 5 minutes. I don’t know the psychology. Does exploiting your beached whale of a daughter’s death in a car accident (or leftist conspiracy) make you feel morally superior?

Meanwhile, Robert Lee IV pitches God to an audience of Jews and music industry degenerates and perverts, atheists almost all. What a joke he is.

New York Daily News

The mother of Heather Heyer — the counterprotester who was slain in Charlottesville, Va., during a hate-filled white nationalist rally this month — and a descendant of Robert E. Lee came together on stage at the MTV Video Music Awards to denounce racism.

Susan Bro paid tribute to her daughter at Sunday’s ceremony by announcing a new foundation in her honor and commending her battle against hatred.

“I have been deeply moved to see people across the world, the whole world, find inspiration in her courage,” Bro said of her daughter. “Today, I am announcing the launch of The Heather Heyer Foundation, a nonprofit organization that will provide scholarships to help more people join Heather’s fight against hatred.

“I want people to know that Heather never marched alone,” she continued. “She was always joined by people from every race and every background in this country.”

Robert Lee IV — a descendent of the Confederate general in the Civil War whose statue led to the white nationalist protests — preached a similar message before introducing Bro on stage.

“It is my moral duty to speak out against racism, America’s original sin,” he said. “Today, I call on all of us, with privilege and power to answer God’s call to confront racism and white supremacy head-on. We can find inspiration in the black lives matter movement, the women who marched in the Women’s March in January, and, especially, Heather Heyer, who died fighting for her beliefs.”

White nationalists and neo-Nazis descended upon Charlottesville two weeks ago to protest the removal of a statue of Lee, leading to violence and chaos. Heyer was among the counter-protesters who showed up to oppose the march, and was killed when a white nationalist drove his car into a crowd of people.

Bro presented the award for Best Fight Against the System to each of the six nominees: The Hamilton Mixtape’s “Immigrants (We Get the Job Done),” Alessia Cara’s “Scars to your Beautiful,” Taboo’s song with Shailene Woodley “Stand Up / Stand N Rock #NoDAPL,” John Legend’s “Surefire,” Logic’s “Black Spiderman” and Big Sean’s “Light.”

The whole MTV shitshow has the stink of Jewish propaganda about it. If Chapter 1 was Charlottesville, the script is playing out with new chapters almost every day. One might not be crazy to at least consider the possibility that we’re in the middle of another psy op designed to create mass hysteria and a moral panic over the alt-right, by burdening us with the Nazi and KKK labels.

From Emmett Till to Heather Heyer, the left through its control of the media is able to create and promote martyrs.

Meanwhile, our people, victims of the undeclared race war, go totally unnoticed.