‘Alt-right’ leader Richard Spencer questions whether women should have right to vote

Newsweek’s headline on this story claims that Richard Spencer said that women should not be allowed to vote.

That’s not what he said.

What he did say should leave us with some concern that Spencer is attempting to damage the alt-right with his provocative language.

The title of this post is directly from Dallas News, which offers a more balanced article on women and the alt-right. In the modern world (forget about Hitler’s Germany), populist and nationalist movements need the support of the fairer sex.

Some of you may remember that Spencer was married to a Russian woman.This post included several pictures of her, along with the question: Is Spencer’s (estranged) wife mixed race.

NINA KOUPRIANOVA.

Dallas News

Almost a year ago, Dallas native Richard Spencer told a crowd at Texas A&M University that the United States “belongs to white people.”

He might have meant only to white men.

In an interview with Newsweek, Spencer — the self-appointed leader of the “alt-right,” a loose movement that embraces white supremacist views and Nazi symbols — said he’s not sure whether women should vote in U.S. elections.

“I don’t necessarily think that that’s a great thing,” Spencer told the magazine, which quoted him in an article published Saturday.

He uttered the line in the context of a conversation about his admiration for 18th-century rules that limited U.S. naturalization to white people of “good moral character.” The reporter pressed him on his views about women and democracy.

“I’m not terribly excited about voting in general,” Spencer told Newsweek, declining to explain how he thinks Americans should pick their leaders.

Though the focus on Spencer has been on his Hitler-style propaganda and his racist speeches, his comments to Newsweek mirror previous statements showing hostility toward women.

In September 2016, he criticized Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton — a former secretary of state — by making a sweeping and accusatory statement about how women behave.

“Women should never be allowed to make foreign policy,” he tweeted. “It’s not that they’re ‘weak.’ To the contrary, their vindictiveness knows no bounds.”

In May, when his gym membership near Washington, D.C. was terminated after a female college professor confronted him, Spencer posted a 20-minute video to defend himself. He tried to discredit the woman by attacking her appearance and mocking the way she talked.

“This truly ugly creature came up to me, this triangular-bodied creature,” he said, describing the sound of her voice as “autistic screeching.”

Though the “alt-right” movement can be inhospitable to female autonomy and intellect, some women find it attractive. The general position on the sexes is that they are not equal but have complementary roles — politics is the realm of men and family is that of women, writes a journalist who talked to female champions of the movement for an article in Harper’s Magazine.

A Utah woman named Ayla Stewart told the magazine that she had considered herself a feminist until she became a single parent, when she says she felt pressure to get a job and not worry about needing a man. She told the reporter she felt “shunned and ostracized” for her desire to raise her children in a two-parent home.

Some women are so committed to the movement that they’ve become its recruiters. One of the most prominent is Oregon native Lana Lokteff, founder of Red Ice, a media company that has partnered with Spencer to propel his cause.

Earlier this year, Lokteff advocated for female “alt-right” activism at the same Swedish conference hosting a male blogger who once wrote a piece called “The Case Against Female Self-esteem,” according to Harper’s Magazine.

“When women get involved, a movement becomes a serious threat,” Lokteff told the attendees.

I believe Ayla Stewart was the lovely Wife with a Purpose on Twitter until they banned her. I vaguely recall she objected to schools pushing transgenders on kids or something similar, which led to her ban. I think she may be back on Twitter as Pumpkin Spice. These Tweets give a perspective on women in the alt-right.

Teacher Who Called Black Students “Rats” Resigns

JORDAN CATALDO. CALLED SIMIAN-AMERICANS “RATS.” THUS INSULTING RATS.

An attractive white female school teacher is a race realist, but she lived in a world of egalitarian snitches.

Thus, Jordan Cataldo no longer has a job in teaching and not much chance of restarting that career in a world gone mad with Negro worship.

New York Post

A Florida elementary school teacher resigned this week after she was accused of calling black students “rats,” reports said.

Jordan Cataldo left her third-grade teaching job Monday after allegedly making offensive remarks about students at Carter G. Woodson Elementary School in Jacksonville, news station WJAX reported.

The teacher reportedly referred to black students in May as “rats” who could “infest the class.”

Parent Tiera Ross claimed that Cataldo’s inappropriate comments didn’t stop there.

“[She said] they’re only going to amount to be a bunch of ratchet Walmart workers, and also saying that that’s why their race is either dead or in jail,” Ross told WJAX.

Cataldo’s resignation comes after Duval County Public School launched an investigation into her alleged conduct.

The district said that Cataldo admitted to saying that black students were contagious rats, WJAX reported.

“There was enough evidence reviewed by the district that substantiates further action,” district officials said prior to Cataldo’s resignation.

Never resign. Make them fire you. Claim you intended the word “rats” as a compliment. There’s quite a few positive characterizations of rats in children’s books.

Jordan’s defense was easy: All the little rats are princes, just like in the book.

“fat, disgusting Communist:” Richard Spencer Breaks with Unite the Right Organizer Jason Kessler Over Heather Heyer Insults

HEATHER HEYER MEMORIAL.

There’s a lot going on here, so let me enumerate:

1. White nationalist leaders must be diplomats who choose their words carefully. Insulting any recently dead person is never good form, no matter who they are. Perhaps Osama bin Laden was an exception, but there aren’t many.

2. Leave the insults to propagandists like me: “dead pile of blubber” were the words I used in a title of one post. I’m anonymous as of now, so normies will just think I’m unhinged or whatever, not realizing I’m producing truthful words to make a point. Our leaders can disavow me. I don’t care.

3. Jason Kessler, who organized Unite the Right in Charlottesville, is a self-appointed leader of our movement. That means he should be careful with his words. Many alt-right white nationalists have rushed to condemn his words. Many now believe him to be a leftist plant, a Soros stooge, whose goal was to destroy our movement. See Tweets below.

4. Kessler admits he was on drugs when he wrote the insult. We absolutely do not need leaders who take drugs.

5. Weev, Andrew Anglin’s pal and the owner of the Daily Stormer (probably to help keep the site up by keeping Anglin’s name out of it), claims he hacked Kessler’s account and wrote the offensive Tweet. That’s garbage. We don’t need liars (possible Jew) like Weev as the leaders of our cause.

WEEV’S IMAGE FROM OK CUPID.

Snopes

The issuance of an explosive, late-evening tweet from the account of Jason Kessler, organizer of the “Unite the Right” rally that ended in fatal violence one week earlier in Charlottesville, Virginia, has prompted a rare condemnation from the entire length and breadth of the United States political spectrum, from extreme left to extreme right.

The criticism was earned by the nature of its comments directed at Heather Heyer, the counter-protester who was killed in a vehicular attack during the 11 August rally. The tweet (since deleted) went out at 9:25 P.M. on 18 August 2017

As of this writing, it is still unclear whether Kessler himself actually posted the tweet, which includes a link to the Nazi hate site Daily Stormer, (a source Kessler hadn’t typically quoted or referenced in previous tweets, despite his own avowed “pro-white” stance).

A few hours after that tweet appeared, in fact, Daily Stormer owner Andrew Auernheimer (aka “Weev”) claimed via Gab (another social media platform) that he had hacked Kessler’s Twitter account:

In subsequent tweets, Kessler (or whomever was controlling his account) “repudiated” the Heather Heyer post, blaming the outburst on stress, drugs, and alcohol:

Not long afterward, the account was locked, then completely deleted.

The controversy added another layer of intrigue to what appears to be an ongoing effort by Kessler’s former alt-right cohorts to isolate and discredit him in the wake of the disastrous Charlottesville event. A conspiracy theory floated by the likes of Alex Jones, Roger Stone, and others attempted to make the case that Kessler was an agent provocateur of the left (or the “alt-left“) and the violence-plagued rally was a “false flag” operation by George Soros and the so-called “deep state” to discredit the right and foment social unrest.

Apart from the fact that Kessler was at one time a Barack Obama supporter and evinced a passing interest in the Occupy movement, however, the grounds on which Kessler’s detractors have founded their attacks are demonstrably false: Kessler was never an employee of CNN (both CNN and Kessler confirmed this to us), for example, nor did he receive campaign consulting fees from a Democratic Congressional candidate in 2012, nor did he “suddenly” convert to an alt-right political stance when President Trump was elected.

The Heather Heyer tweet gave this group a new pretext for disavowing Kessler and pinning the Charlottesville debacle on everyone but the alt-right itself:

We reached out to Jason Kessler for comment, but he did not respond to our request. A spokesperson for Twitter, Inc. told us they can’t comment on the incident due to privacy restrictions.

To me, all of this is a big yawner. There is absolutely no reason on earth for me to care one way or another about whether mudshark Heyer is alive or dead. There’s no benefit to me to care about her or the feelings of her family. The only thing I care about is my extended white family, and our friends in the animal kingdom.

Liberals say that I should care about Mike Brown, Trayvon, Martin, Heather Heyer, and a host of other complete strangers whose lives offer me nothing. F*ck off liberals. A person only has so much altrusim. I’m saving mine for those who deserve it.

NOW THAT SHE’S GONE, THERE’S MORE FOOD FOR THE REST OF THE WORLD. SUCH ALTRUISM TO SACRIFICE HERSELF ON THE HOOD OF A CAR.

Mother of Humongous Heather Heyer: “I will not talk to Trump”

President Trump confronted the violence that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia last Saturday by doing what presidents do: making a statement and calling the victim’s family.

Only Susan Bro, the mother of the victim of the car crash, Heather Heyer, refused the president’s phone call.

Her reasoning is no reasoning at all. It’s apparently what liberals do today–reject logic and move forward in hatred for Trump.

The Independent

The mother of Heather Heyer – the woman killed after a white supremacist allegedly drove in to a crowd of anti-fascist protesters – has said she now refuses to talk to Donald Trump.

Susan Bro said the President had initially tried to call her during her daughter’s funeral, but that she now refused to take any of the “frantic” subsequent calls from his aides after he equated anti-fascist counter protesters with neo-Nazis.

“I’m not talking to the president now, I’m sorry,” she told ABC News.

“After what he said about my child… it’s not that I’ve seen someone else’s tweets about him, I saw an actual clip of him at a press conference equating the protesters, like Ms Heyer, with the KKK and the white supremacists.”

Actually, Trump also said that there were good people on both sides and bad people on both sides.

You’re not supposed to say that. If you’re pro-white, you’re automatically bad people. If you’re anti-white, you’re automatically good people.

Them’s the CNN rules and Mama is playin’ by dem rules.

The mother of the 32-year-old, who was among three people to lose their lives during what is believed to have been one of the gatherings of far right and white supremacists for many years, this week spoke of her daughter at a memorial service in Charlottesville.

“My child’s famous final Facebook post said ‘If you’re not outraged, you’re not paying attention’,” she said. “My, did she make us pay attention. We talked about all the stuff that caught her attention.”

She then earned a standing ovation, as she added: “They tried to kill my child to shut her up. Well, guess what? You just magnified her.”

HEATHER HEYER ON THE LEFT. SHE WAS MAGNIFIED!

Following the incident last weekend, Mr Trump drew widespread criticism for his slow response to events. He initially said he was condemning in the “strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides”. Following criticism that he had sought to draw some equivalence between the neo-Nazis and the activists, he issued a subsequent statement denouncing white supremacists.

Yet at a press conference on Tuesday at Trump Tower, Mr Trump reverted to his initial position. “I think there’s blame on both sides. And I have no doubt about it,” he said.

“You had a group on one side that was bad and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent. No one wants to say that, but I’ll say it right now.”

Mr Trump has since criticised a move that is taking place across the country to remove statues from public places associated with the Confederacy or slavery.

“Sad to see the history and culture of our great country being ripped apart with the removal of our beautiful statues and monuments,” he tweeted.

“You can’t change history, but you can learn from it.”

As most of us know, Trump condemned the violent antifa along with the thugs mixed in with the pro-white protesters. He was not slow about condemning all sides, no matter what the press claims.

To be so wrong, mom must get her fake news from CNN.

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?

Former AZ Governor Jan Brewer Defends Trump’s Charlottesville Remarks, Faces Vicious Backlash

By now, you know the routine: Defend Trump. Get called a racist.

Leftards have nothing left but character assassination.

AZ Central

Former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, in an appearance on CNN Tuesday evening, defended President Donald Trump’s contention Tuesday that many of those who opposed the white-supremacist groups staging a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday are equally to blame for the violence that erupted during the event.

Brewer, who supported Trump’s presidential run, was asked by CNN host Don Lemon whether she was ashamed by the president’s comments made at a press conference Tuesday, where he doubled down on his initial remarks suggesting that counterprotesters who stood up to the racist groups were equally responsible for the violence that unfolded.

“No. Absolutely not. I was not ashamed. I think he took the bull by the horns, he spoke from his heart,’’ she said on the nationally televised broadcast.

“He has denounced the Ku Klux Klan and the neo-Nazis. He has done it over and over, and David Duke. But you keep reporting he hasn’t done it,’’ she said.

When Lemon suggested that Trump only named the groups in a prepared statement Monday “under duress’’ after major fallout from his initial response on Saturday, Brewer said there was nothing wrong with what he said in his first statement.

“I thought his speech on Saturday was fine. I thought the one on Monday was terrific. I thought today he came forward and spoke from his heart. He doesn’t want this. We need to bring our country together.’’

She denounced the KKK and described what happened in Charlottesville as “horrible,’’ but then added, “The fact of the matter is, there were groups there to the far left, and to the far right.’’

Brewer appeared with CNN political commentator and Republican Ana Navarro, who angrily ripped Trump for his remarks and Republicans who had been hesitant to criticize him until now, while lashing out at those who continue to defend him.

“I think that Trump apologists are going to justify and pretend that things he says, and that they’re seeing him say, did not happen,’’ Navarro said.

“To my party, to the Republicans who are speaking out today, my question is, ‘What the hell took you so long?’ When someone shows you who they are the first time, believe them.’’

Republican U.S. Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake of Arizona both denounced the white-supremacist groups after Saturday’s violent protest along with any effort to equate the two sides.

Lemon then showed a clip of Trump’s controversial statement during his presidential campaign in which he said Mexico sends mostly “rapists’’ and other criminal elements into the United States.

Brewer responded by defending that statement as well, saying, “As a (former) border governor, we know that we’re not getting the best of what Mexico can send us. We know the drug cartels are down there. We know the rapists are coming across, and then they go to sanctuary cities, and then they head back, and then they come back here again. This is America. American people ought to be protected also.’’

Pressed again by Lemon on Trump’s remarks about the Charlottesville violence, Brewer said: “From everything I heard, I don’t have a problem with it.”

Vapid, idiotic nonsense is the order of the night on Twitter this early Wednesday A.M. This nonsense is one of the top trends on Twitter.

Pissed Off Trump Redeemed: Calls Out Antifa, First Elected Official in USA to Do So

UNPINNED 8/16/2017.PINNED TO THE TOP OF THE HOMEPAGE 8/15/2017. SCROLL DOWN FOR NEWEST POSTS.

FILE PHOTO.

Insofar as I am aware, no public official in America until today has uttered a word of criticism directed toward the Communist/anarchist group that calls itself the Antifa, short for antifacist.

During the Obama years the Antifa, a loosely organized coalition of violent, anti-American traitors, had free reign in America.

Last year they attacked Trump supporters at several rallies. This year, they have continued their violent ways.

Today, an angry president Trump fought back vicious attacks by the Jewish-controlled anti-American press to courageously denounce the thugs. Trump even went so far as to beat the press over the head with the fact that he carefully studied the videos of Saturday’s violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, before making his dramatic assessment today. I believe I’ve posted all the videos of the action on Saturday in various posts on this site. If you’ve watched them, you know that the Antifa were beating the hell out of peaceful marchers while the police stood down, following orders to do so by Jew Mayor Mike Signer and his Negro Chief of Police.

Mayor Signer and the Chief wanted the blood of innocent white people flowing in the streets. That’s the only reasonable conclusion that anyone with any sense could reach. Signer, et. al., are being sued for inciting the violence and they’ve even been condemned by the ACLU.

Many of you may have seen my Monday post declaring that Trump was dead to me and that I was off the Trump train. Today I’m back on.

Trump is already being viciously attacked by the media AGAIN for telling the American people the truth that the violence was incited by the leftists.

The words of Trump that you are about to read are amazing because he tells a good part of the truth that the press has been hiding since Saturday.

The dumb sheeple believe that a group of murdering Nazis attacked blacks and killed women with a black death car. They believe that because that’s what the press, including the f*cks at Fox News, have been drilling into their heads nonstop for the last 72 hours.

Trump is going to be demonized more harshly than ever.

We must stand with him, even if we have reservations about him.

Zerohedge

In Angry, Fiery Press Conference, Trump Says “Blame On Both Sides” For Violence

During a fiery, improvized press conference that was supposed to address Trump’s infrastructure proposal but quickly veered into an angry back and forth between President Trump and the media over Saturday’s tragic events in Virignia, Donald Trump defended his initial response to the weekend violence in Charlottesville, saying he needed to “know the facts” before specifically calling out racist groups, and stating that there was “blame on both sides” for the violent clashes that erupted in Charlottesville over the weekend.

“You had a group on one side that was bad and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent and nobody wants to say that but I’ll say it right now,” the president said. He added: “You had a group on the other side that came charging in without a permit. They were very violent.”

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