Richard Spencer’s “Course Correction” Coincides with Daily Beast’s Smear Job (Video and Story)

In a 24 minute video Richard Spencer questions whether to continue his college speaking tour.

This youtube comment explains the issue if you prefer not to invest 24 minutes of listening time. Comment by Cojax Gormacules:

Richard, If I could make one suggestion- these public events cause a lot of legal troubles for our guys. I think we should do a moratorium on public rallies until such time as we have the infrastructure to handle that. Antifa has paid organizers, lawyers on board who will work for free to get them out of jail when they get arrested, and safety nets for their guys. We don’t have any of that. We also don’t have the good will of the local residents. I think it would be best to do somewhat like casapound does, do community service events to get the good will of people, and then we can set up shop in that area and do rallies and the locals will JOIN IN. We can’t keep running into these college campuses, lose more of our guys because they’re in the monkey cage, and get bad press for no return. Let’s do an alt right/NPI soup kitchen. It’s better for recruiting and image than twenty college talks. I’m on D’marcus’ server if someone from NPI wants to pop in and talk, let’s get something like this going. Hail victory!

Meanwhile, the propagandists at the Daily Beast must have worked hard to put together a hatchet job that hits all the right notes.

Title: ‘Alt-Right’ Ringleader Richard Spencer: We Attract the Mentally Ill

The word “ringleader” strongly implies a criminal. Furthermore Spencer didn’t exactly say that we attract the mentally ill. That’s a clickbait headline that leaves out the important context in Spencer’s statement.

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Left Celebrating Over Arrest of Prominent White Nationalist Matt Heimbach for Domestic Violence as the Alt-Right Self Destructs

The Traditionalist Workers Party is no more. It’s creator, Matt Heimbach, has destroyed the membership list and website, probably to prevent LEOs from having access following his arrest. He’s also declared that he’s leaving the movement, a shocking turn of events for a guy who started out his career in political agitation by forming a white student union at his university several years ago.

Furthermore, according to the Guardian Richard Spencer is also giving up, along with Kyle Bristow. These guys couldn’t take the heat, so they’re getting out of the kitchen.

Sadly, Heimbach’s domestic violence arrest revolves around Heimbach’s alleged sexual relationship with his step-father-in-law’s wife.

Excerpt from The Guardian

Matthew Heimbach, a prominent US neo-nazi, has been arrested on charges of domestic violence, amid a series of events that signal a possible fraying of the modern white nationalist movement in America.

The Guardian gets its talking points from the SPLC. I would NOT call Heimbach a neo-Nazi. That’s a calumny (nice word, look it up).

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Richard Spencer’s Operation Homeland Trolls the Jews Before AIPAC

It looks like some pro-white people had some fun posting “antisemitic” political flyers at American University in Washington, D.C. ahead of the upcoming Jewish political fest, AIPAC.

No one was arrested, so good job guys. Er, goys.

Jerusalem Post

Students at American University on Thursday found entrances to a campus building covered in posters that read “No More Wars for Israel,” put up as part of a campaign spearheaded by alt-right activist Richard Spencer.

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Richard Spencer et. al. Set to Speak in DETROIT on Sunday

The alt-right is having a meeting this Sunday with Richard Spencer and at least three other alt-right figures speaking. The conference is being held in a secret location within the city of Detroit.

The next day Spencer is scheduled to speak on the campus of Michigan State University. It’s the MSU appearance that may lead to national press coverage if the Antifa shows up.


ANN ARBOR, MI – White supremacist Richard Spencer plans to speak at a conference in metro Detroit leading up to his scheduled appearance at Michigan State University on March 5.

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White Nationalist Banned from Gym

Richard Spencer was banned from his gym last year when an obnoxious Jewish woman complained to the management.

Now, Greg Johnson reportedly has been banned from another gym across the country from Spencer’s gym.

Managment claims that people are afraid when a white nationalist is in the room.

Excerpt from SLOG

A local racist has one less place to work out.

On Thursday, the owners of NW Fitness Project banned Greg Johnson, a Seattle-based publisher, from their Fremont gym.

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CNN: Richard Spencer Can’t Find a Lawyer to Defend Him Against Charlottesville Lawsuit

The left is out to bankrupt Richard Spencer by blaming him (and others) for the violence in Charlottesville last summer.

He’s been named as a defendant in a lawsuit brought by people who claim to have been damaged by the Unite the Right rally.

When sued, your first step is always to petition the court to dismiss the lawsuit. The plaintiffs suing Spencer have a female Jew lawyer.

You can read a pdf of Spencer’s 23 page motion to dismiss here. Skim reading it, it looks well done. You should read it to deepen your understanding of how lawsuits play out. I think you’ll find it rewarding.

Excerpt from CNN

Richard Spencer can’t find a lawyer.

The white nationalist and progenitor of the “alt-right” movement submitted a motion to dismiss a federal lawsuit against him and other leaders involved in August’s deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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The Alt-Right’s Asian Fetish


Ron Unz’s website has pulled an excerpt from the New York Times. The link at Unz will take you to the NYT, where you’re allowed to read 5 free articles a month before a paywall kicks in.

The writer is Audrea Lim, who is presumably Chinese and is looking to make a name for herself by critizing white men.


The white supremacists on the far right have “yellow fever” — an Asian woman fetish. It’s a confusing mix.

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