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SpearBrave
Sunday, September 4th, 2016, 11:13 PM
With Hillary Clinton bringing the Alt Right into more a main stream topics.

Please share Alt Right Videos, Links, and Other Media.

These are just a quick search from YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_NPMpK-gZVIKqvDRljgbBA

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https://www.youtube.com/user/altrightmedia

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https://www.youtube.com/user/RedIceRadio

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Chlodovech
Friday, September 16th, 2016, 10:58 PM
This is a podcast (http://www.counter-currents.com/2016/09/greg-johnson-interviewed-by-laura-raim-about-the-alt-right/) I enjoyed very much.

Greg Johnson is interviewed by French Marxist writer Laura Raim about the alt-right, good stuff.

The subjects they touch upon:

The origins of the Alternative Right
The Alt Right and paleoconservatism
The Alt Right and post-libertarianism
The Alt Right and White Nationalism (“The Alt Right Means White Nationalism or Nothing at All“)
Jews and the Alt Right
Allies of Color
Ethnonationalism vs. alienation
“The Slow Cleanse” as a path to the ethnostate
The Alt Right and National Socialism
William Pierce (“Remembering William Pierce“)
“New Right vs. the Old Right”
Left-wing oligarchy
“The End of Globalization”
The Neo-Reactionaries
Frank Herbert’s Dune (“Archeofuturist Fiction: Frank Herbert’s Dune“)
The politics of time horizons
Technological utopianism
Richard Spencer and “Grandiose Nationalism”
“Notes on Populism, Elitism, and Democracy”
Classical republicanism
The mixed regime (“Introduction to Aristotle’s Politics“)
The will of the people
Rousseau and Plato on the general will (“Forced to be Free: The Case for Paternalism“)
Why the Neo-Reactionaries have not had much influence on the Alt Right
Modernity, traditionalism, and the nation state
Liberty and equality are not more important than justice, identity, and order
The organic state and the common good
The Trump campaign
Civic vs. ethnic nationalism
Artificial vs. organic civic unity
Why I am not a Marxist
Historical Idealism vs. Historical Materialism
Hegel and thumos
Peter Sloterdijk on thumos
Carl Schmitt, thumos, and the political (“Reflections on Carl Schmitt’s The Concept of the Political“)
Georges Bataille’s philosophy of culture

Berrocscir
Thursday, September 22nd, 2016, 10:53 PM
Millennial Woes' YouTube channel is a must in my opinion: https://www.youtube.com/user/MillennialWoes

Berrocscir
Wednesday, September 28th, 2016, 06:12 PM
Erkenbrand (http://www.erkenbrand.nl)

Dutch Alt-Right group. Held a meeting yesterday with over 100 in attendance.

Elessar
Wednesday, September 28th, 2016, 07:05 PM
Black Pidgeon Speaks (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmrLCXSDScliR7q8AxxjvXg)

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Ţoreiđar
Wednesday, September 28th, 2016, 11:19 PM
Red Ice Radio:
Patrick Le Brun - Front Nationale, Identitarian Activism & Successful Tactics (https://redice.tv/red-ice-radio/front-nationale-identitarian-activism-and-successful-tactics)

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Quite an interesting talk about the state of France, its Identitarian movement, and the use of different methods of propagating its message.

Hersir
Saturday, October 1st, 2016, 09:01 AM
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Catterick
Saturday, October 1st, 2016, 09:44 AM
I'm reminded I went through a phase where political theory interested me. Then I grew our of it. People like Greg from CC would ljke alt-right perspecrives taught in universities whereas I'd make colleges STEM only break a vicious cycle.

Psychology interests me, discourse interests me. Why people believe, not what. People get bogged down in words and forget praxis. Narrative is a tool.

Alt-righters are steered towards anti-Islam, pro-abortion and God knows what else repeatedly. They are fools and I dislike the flow of events. Even the pro-homosexuality I am fine witb in moderation goes into hyper mode at times: literal gay supremacy.

Elessar
Tuesday, October 4th, 2016, 06:06 PM
Psychology interests me, discourse interests me. Why people believe, not what. People get bogged down in words and forget praxis. Narrative is a tool.
Yes. Ultimately, the aim of the alt-right is to change the narrative; we need to if we as a race are to survive the century.


Alt-righters are steered towards anti-Islam
This is a negative how?


pro-abortion and God knows what else repeatedly.
The "alt-right" isn't one set of ideas or philosophy, the common denominator is the anti-liberal stance in what ever manifestation that might be. It's as diverse as the people who identify with it. It's a spectre of the troll-turned-political activist underbelly the internet. It aims to provocate, diminish, and demolish the Left at its own game: which is media hegemony. This attracts many low-browed individuals who can be as crass as their counterparts, but they don't know any better. Many of those in the alt-right scene were raised liberal or on state-engineered indoctrination like our schooling system. Subsequently "red-pilled" by a certain book, or video, or perhaps by life itself they've come around to embrace right-wing ideologies. So of course you're going to get some weirdos; we've had our fare share on this site as many here can attest. They don't speak for Skadi or its members.


literal gay supremacy.
Milo is a useful Jew, nothing more.

Catterick
Tuesday, October 4th, 2016, 06:25 PM
Well anti-Islam is not a holistic approach to ethnic problems: and it softens people toward pro-surveillance and pro-neocon attitudes. Governments no longer offer us dreams but scare us with nightmares, the fictional Moslem menace is just another nightmare like the Hun and the Red.

And the gay supremacy isn't Milo. On the CC site there are - literally - arguments for homosexual supremacy. Though Greg deserves a lot of respect for his providing translations online, even the most highbrow alt-right sites are pushing nonsense, this is not a few wierdos on the fringe of a movement.

Chlodovech
Tuesday, October 4th, 2016, 08:09 PM
Well anti-Islam is not a holistic approach to ethnic problems

We know that and the alt-right knows it as well. I've said it before: the alt-right is not an 'islamophobic' cyber front of already existing 'islamophobic' parties and movements. If it was, do you think politics and media would've reacted the way they did? They're mad because the alt-right represents the return of old school ethnonationalism and traditionalist ideas. The alt-right is genuinely trad. nat.


And the gay supremacy isn't Milo. On the CC site there are - literally - arguments for homosexual supremacy. Though Greg deserves a lot of respect for his providing translations online, even the most highbrow alt-right sites are pushing nonsense, this is not a few wierdos on the fringe of a movement.

But it is Milo, mainly. Milo and a few others, like Jack Donovan - who is gay - but is also someone many Skadites, including you, would appreciate. He makes a stance for traditional masculinity, at times he might even exaggerate. It's also Bain Dewitt, he's gay and he writes for CC - he's a good cyber friend of mine. He's hard line. If some gay alt-rightist wrote a pro-homo article on CC once, then so what, Catterick... it doesn't really matter that much, it's hardly representative for the alt-right as a whole. What bothers me at least as much if not more is the neomasculine crowd, which talks as often about saving our race and traditional values as they do about 'game'.

You're confused on this subject. :shrug I spoke about the importance of gatekeeping some time ago and many people disagreed with me, but here it is: Milo, the half Jew, and his fans now all say the alt-right has nothing to do with the far right or nationalism/racialism/antisemitism, these guys were clueless all along. Milo has popularized the term alt-right without knowing anything about it, he was and in many ways still is a useful idiot, yes. He thought "alt-right" applied to himself. I'm sure he discovered the truth by now.

Catterick
Saturday, October 8th, 2016, 07:22 PM
Chlodovech: if I have to explain my distrust of the Alt-Right, its they're like feminists and libertarians, they claim diversity of opinion but in total their arguments have a main thrust behind them. So I judge them on their core values as everyone observes them. A particular tone and particular points. They seem reactionary as in kneejerk.

Look at some issues: faced with Black Lives Matter lets see how they reacted, taking the opposing position to what is, if fake grassroots, still a racial consciousness movement. "Lets you and him fight"? Why is the death of the US middle class some bad thing to be mourned, they represented nothing but postwar consmerism and banality. What about the nonsense against "transing" children that might have been gay adults? Who cares - was the other outcome any better, at least that newfangled stuff chips away at LGBT, why take sides. There is a complete hostility to anything new among the alt-right, instead of tracing back new problems to their more established root and digging at that. Yet when US conservatives actually did make headway among the youth on an entrenched issue - abortion - the alt-righters are actually criticising pro-lifers over the <1% of abortions that are special exceptions - well so what, most pro-life Americans already accept rare exceptions. Its no biggie. Planned Parenthood were exposed as vivisecting live children to sell their organs on the free market: this abomination used to be the stuff of snuff movies and urban legend, but the alt-right cared more about autistic abortion statistics and race. Oops! There they go - back to us versus them again. Thats all it is. Any actual thinking gets sidelined because the whole point of a populist movement is to drown out depth.

What I see and what other people see is wrongheadedness.

The Aesthete
Saturday, October 8th, 2016, 07:38 PM
Individuals like the golden one have many admirable qualities and raise awareness, especially among young males.

SpearBrave
Monday, October 31st, 2016, 03:05 AM
Been watching several of her videos, some are good. I find her interesting.

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I don't think she is so much alt-right as much as she is just plain ole Right. ;)

Flag-Soil
Monday, October 31st, 2016, 08:48 PM
'The best article on the alt-right you will read this year' - Kevin McDonald


The alt-right was obscure until the summer of 2015. The first mention of the term in the New York Times came at the end of last year, around the same time as a long piece in BuzzFeed. The BuzzFeed article explored such aspects of alt-right culture as the Pepe the Frog character and the emergence of the resonant term “cuckservative.” With its etymological links to “cuckold” and “cuckoo bird,” “cuck” was a term for that kind of establishment conservative who, wittingly or not, devotes his resources and energy to nurturing other people’s children at the expense of his own. By December “cuckservative” had become sufficiently mainstream for Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan to use the term on the air.


http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/rise-of-the-alt-right/

Berrocscir
Monday, January 16th, 2017, 09:27 PM
Major new site launched today:http://www.altright.com

RoyBatty
Tuesday, January 17th, 2017, 06:30 AM
Chlodovech: if I have to explain my distrust of the Alt-Right, its they're like feminists and libertarians, they claim diversity of opinion but in total their arguments have a main thrust behind them. So I judge them on their core values as everyone observes them.

It's a futile exercise to "distrust the Alt-Right". No definition for "Alt-Right" exists, nor will it probably exist. All you'd be "distrusting" is a shapeless, un-quantifiable enigma.

Oh sure, there are a couple of talking heads who are associated with it and who may self-describe as "Alt-Right" but so what? They often don't necessarily reflect any kind of coherent ideology, strategy or view. These "Alt-Right" public figures range from Rednecks to gay Jews to Degenerates and anything and everything in between.

Chlod basically nails it, it's nothing more complicated than a return to identity politics and ethno-nationalism. It's made being rightwing, white & racist cool again, as opposed to the negative stereotypes about Whites which have been perpetuated in Jewish mass media and the educational systems (endless white guilt etc) for decades. There seems to be at least some biases amongst the mainstream "Alt-Right" at work, but not much is necessarily set in stone.

If you can't trust being white, right-of-center and ethno-nationalist, what can you trust?

Catterick
Tuesday, January 17th, 2017, 07:34 AM
Identity politics is what shitqueers do. It leads to logical inconsistency and mythspinning.

RoyBatty
Tuesday, January 17th, 2017, 07:48 PM
To get anything done one has to work with what's available as opposed to hoping and pining for some set of perfect pre-conditions and circumstances and tools which will never, ever arrive.

The next pre-condition to get anything done is to get started, not to theorise over and lament every mundane little detail which happens to be imperfect, out of place or somehow offensive to the treasured intellect.

The world is filled with idiots. If the intention were to achieve anything, (as opposed to achieve absolutely zero), one has to find a way to work with the at least somewhat agreeable and useful idiots who happen to be at hand.

Sasa
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017, 01:11 AM
http://en.rightpedia.info/

...an alternative right (Alt-Right) encyclopedia.

SpearBrave
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017, 03:21 AM
Back what seems like a long time ago I was involved in the TEA( Taxed Enough Already) party movement when it first got started. It was a good idea and a true grass roots movement with the goal of lowering taxes and holding politicians accountable for their spending. Then something disastrous happened, the neocons of America laid claim to the TEA party. Then came the religious right and both of these groups destroyed a very good idea. :(

I hope that the same does not happen with the alt Right and the messages they trying to bring fourth.

RoyBatty
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017, 07:01 AM
I somehow don't think the same thing will happen in this case.

"Alt-Right" is difficult to quantify, and somewhat shapeless. Hence it's harder to infiltrate and destroy.

Alt-Right is more about an idea, the idea that it's OK to be White and the idea that there's not going to be any humiliation nor apologies forthcoming.

SpearBrave
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017, 03:29 AM
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Berrocscir
Monday, February 6th, 2017, 09:37 PM
Reddit's AltRight page has just been banned. It's been replaced here: https://voat.co/v/Identitarian

Chlodovech
Saturday, February 25th, 2017, 10:52 PM
What's the general opinion here on Brittany and Nicole Pettibone? The award-winning authors of the Hatred Day series. Brittany is also the co-host of the weekly video podcast Virtue of the West. I think these sisters are the missing link between us and normiestan & the alt lite district. "Virtue of the West is a podcast co-hosted by Brittany Pettibone and Tara McCarthy and is dedicated to helping you reconnect with the traditional values that once made Western Civilization great. Themes include the glorification of the nuclear family, motherhood, masculinity, femininity, etiquette, traditional gender roles and love of one’s own culture, race and country." There it is, the elephant in the room: race. Brittany is an ethnonationalist! She's mainstreaming the dark enlightenment, wow. And it's impressive because the Pettibone sisters could have an easy life and a cushy job, instead they chose political activism which is gonna make them persona non grata in many circles they frequent. I can't imagine a reality in which she is not currently shunned by the prog drones who raised her on their shields first.

Lately there have been several female nationalists who started a chan on YouTube, some of them fairly succesful too. I hope they get lots of exposure and gain many more followers and I think they can. They're awesome, they're destroying the dominant narrative in western societies.

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Hersir
Sunday, February 26th, 2017, 04:11 PM
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SpearBrave
Thursday, June 22nd, 2017, 11:13 AM
Seen this channel on my girlfriend's favorites on YouTube. I've only watched a few of their videos, but I like the message so far.

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Their Channel Link
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr3QoNiM5WtZaKSiU7n4VqQ

North Vinlander
Thursday, June 22nd, 2017, 03:18 PM
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Ţoreiđar
Saturday, September 15th, 2018, 08:11 PM
Anybody here following The Right Stuff (therightstuff.biz)? They've been pumping out podcasts for three or four years, and establishing themselves as some of the leading voices of the Alt-Right. Have to recommend 'The Daily Shoah', 'Strike and Mike', and 'The Third Rail'. High-brow, intellectual discussions combined with a somewhat absurd sense of humor. :) A lot of their shows are for free, but you can access all of their material (going back to 2015) for 10$ a month.

For those interested in more sober political and meta-political discussions, you also have 'Fash the Nation' (which used to be the #1 most popular podcast in the "conservative" genre on iTunes, until they got ovened), 'Exodus/Americanus' and 'Rebel Yell', all of which mainly deal with the American sphere.

Another podcast on the website, which used to be my favorite until they discontinued, is 'Intersectional Alt-Right'. One can still access almost all of their past material here: https://www.mixcloud.com/IARPodcast/