I am Alt Right.
I am an avid Trump Supporter.
I am a prepper.
I belong to a group that went to Charlottesville, VA - not as white supremacists, but in defense of the overwhelming racism and bigotry aimed at whites in America today.
I did not go to Virgina, nor did I want to.
I believe in all 16 points of the Alt Right, of which I will paste here numbers 14 and 15:
14. The Alt Right believes we must secure the existence of white people and a future for white children.
15. The Alt Right does not believe in the general supremacy of any race, nation, people, or sub-species. Every race, nation, people, and human sub-species has its own unique strengths and weaknesses, and possesses the sovereign right to dwell unmolested in the native culture it prefers.
But, I did not go to Virginia, nor did I want to.
Because I knew nothing good would come of it.
As Raconteur puts it:
I've said, repeatedly, that rallies are stupid, pointless, rah-rah bullshit, which never get you anything you want, and frequently get you a lot of what you neither want nor need.
You can read - only about 5000 times in recent years - over on Remus' Woodpile Report, the perennially sage advice "Stay away from crowds."
You can read Commander Zero, in Notes From The Bunker, any number of times, regarding places where bad things happen: "Be somewhere else."
But no matter how many times some folks get a cluebat upside the head, they always think Things Will Totally Turn Out Differently For Me This Time, Because Reasons.
This incident, yet again, underlines that point.
If you went to this rally, you're now tarred as a murdering racist.
If you wished you could have gone to this rally, you're now tarred as a murdering racist.
If you drove the car in this video, you probably are a murdering racist.
And if you're not, you pretended to be one, and the victims are just as dead and injured, which would be the whole point of making it look like it does. (And I'm saying that last, hoping against likelihood that it wasn't exactly what it seems, and someone can prove it.)
And now the rally's organizers, and every speaker there, has succeeded in accomplishing nothing they wanted, unless they wished the entire world to believe they're all a bunch of murderous racists.
Nobody's going to hear what total shits the Antifa fascists were, because the video that's going to be played like Rodney King's beat-down is the clip of the Charger plowing into the counter-protest, and bodies flying through the air amidst the screams. If it bleeds, it leads.
You were playing the other side's game, and either you own the monkeys who did this, or you put yourselves in the position that everyone neutral or against you, and no small number of people who might otherwise support you, thinking your monkeys did this.
Genius forethought there.
I got to go to rallies and protests as a young child. Nothing ever came of them, good or bad. As I grew older, I saw rallies where things went poorly. But I never saw a rally where things got better for the Right. Never.
Rallies and protests only accomplish leftist goals.
So, I didn't go to Virginia, and I didn't want to.
Except for the white supremacy part, I agreed with the bulk of the points. Yes, I know that will get me labeled as a leftist Nazi. So will being anything on the Right.
Thursday, August 17, 2017
I am Alt Right.
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
After the violence in Virginia this past weekend, Conservative personality, Ben Shapiro, put out a 7 point opinion piece on the violence. He only targeted the so-called "Alt-Right." Of course the purpose of the event was in the name: "Unite the Right." Shapiro had the opportunity to condemn the violence started by the Left, but he refused to do so in this piece.
Here are his points, and commentary afterwards by this author on what Shapiro got right and got wrong. Shapiro's words below in italics.
In the aftermath of Saturday’s Charlottesville, Virginia chaos — a physically violent conflict between disgusting white supremacist alt-right thugs and repulsive Antifa thugs, which culminated in a murderous attack by an apparent alt-righter on the Antifa crowd and other miscellaneous counter-protesters, resulting in the death of one person and injuries to another 19 — the hot takes have been coming fast and furious.
Here are some of the things you need to know about the awful events of yesterday.
The Alt Right is not white supremacist. That's the Alt Reicht.
1. The Alt-Right Is Not Conservative.
One of the hottest takes from the Left is that the alt-right represents the entire right — that what happened in Charlottesville, Virginia represented conservatives broadly. That’s factually incorrect, and intellectually dishonest. The alt-right is not just conservatives who like memes or who dislike Paul Ryan. The alt-right is a philosophy of white supremacy and white nationalism espoused by the likes of Vox Day, Richard Spencer, and Jared Taylor.
Here’s Jared Taylor explaining the alt-right:
(Video of Taylor)
They openly acknowledge their antipathy for the Constitution and conservatism; they believe that strong centralized government is necessary to preserve “white civilization.” They label all their enemies “cucks” — men in favor of “race-mixing.” Here’s a solid guide to what the alt-right actually thinks.
The Alt-Right does not represent the entire Right. Realistically, there's also the Alt Lite, Tradcons, Neocons, and technically, #cuckservatives . Taylor, Spencer, and their ilk are best described as Alt-Reicht. Vox Day is most certainly Alt Right.
And no, the Alt Right is not conservative. Conservatism has completely and utterly failed to defend the United States - and this is why the Alt Right is inevitable.
2. The Alt-Right Has Successfully Created The Impression There Are Lots Of Them.
There Aren’t. Thanks to the hard work of alt-right apologists like Milo Yiannopoulos, the widespread perception has been created that the alt-right is a movement on the rise, with a fast-increasing number of devotees. The media have glommed onto the alt-right in order to smear the entire conservative movement with it. The alt-right is quite active online — according to the Anti-Defamation League, I was their top journalistic target in 2016, and I received nearly 8,000 anti-Semitic tweets during the election cycle — but they aren’t particularly large. They fill up comments sections at sites like Breitbart, and they email spam, and they prank call people, and they live on 4chan boards, but the vast majority of alt-right anti-Semitic tweets came from just 1,600 accounts.
Thanks, however, to their online vociferousness, they convinced members of the Trump campaign, apparently including the president, that it was important not to knock them.
No, there's not many Alt Right. Only 62 million of us. Shapiro wouldn't be such a target if he weren't the quintessential #cuckservative . And the Alt Right is not specifically anti-Semitic.
3. The Alt-Right Has Been Tut-Tutted By President Trump And His Advisors For Over A Year.
Yesterday Was Nothing New. President Trump’s initial response to the attack in Charlottesville made no mention of the alt-right or white supremacy or even of racism. He simply stated, “We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides. It has been going on for a long time in our country — not Donald Trump, not Barack Obama. It has been going on for a long, long time. It has no place in America.” Trump, who has been fully willing to call out radical Islam, had nothing to say about the alt-right. Some Trump defenders point out that Barack Obama never condemned Black Lives Matter in the wake of riots and shootings of police officers, either. But Obama was wrong, and his wrongness is not an excuse for Trump to sit by and do nothing.
On Sunday morning, the White House used an unnamed spokesperson to release a statement:
(Tweet about the White House press release)
Why didn’t Trump just come out himself and say the same? Because he tut-tutted the alt-right throughout his presidential campaign. He refused point-blank to condemn the KKK during an infamous exchange with CNN’s Jake Tapper in March 2016. He refused to condemn the alt-right targeting Jewish journalists like Julia Ioffe in May. His chief campaign strategist, Steve Bannon, was head of Breitbart when Yiannopoulos wrote his screed, and openly stated that the site had become “the platform for the alt-right.” Sadly, Trump has shown willingness to accept support from any source, no matter how despicable.
The last sentence is exactly why #cuckservatives lose and the Alt Right wins.
4. The Car Attack Was An Act of Terrorism. The alt-right piece of human debris James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of Ohio, apparently deliberately drove his vehicle into counterprotesters and Antifa members. That’s an act of political violence no different from the car attacks of Nice, France or Jerusalem or London Bridge. That’s terror.
Fields is not Alt Right. The man was a registered Republican with ties to AntiFA. But, like #cuckservatives always do, Shapiro uses a Leftist talking point to attack his side instead of the real enemy.
5. Trump’s Unwillingness To Fight The Alt-Right Tooth And Nail Grows The Alt-Right.
President Trump’s milquetoast statement has emboldened members of the alt-right. Here’s the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer: “He outright refused to disavow. People saying he cucked are shills and kikes. He did the opposite of cuck. He refused to even mention anything to do with us. When reporters were screaming at him about White Nationalism he just walked out of the room.” That account may be unfair to Trump. But it’s what white nationalists are reading. They see Trump as a useful figure. David Duke said as much at the rally: “This represents a turning point for the people of this country. We are determined to take this country back. We’re gonna fulfill the promises of Donald Trump. That’s what we believed in. That’s why we voted for Donald Trump because he said he’s going to take our country back.”
Attacking Trump is the hallmark of the Left and of #cuckservatism . And quoting Duke to make a point of is ill-advised - the man has changed political party numerous times and will say anything that might make him a buck.
6. The Left’s Malfeasance And Support For Violent Groups Like Antifa Grow The Alt-Right.
Antifa was violent in Charlottesville. That’s not according to me; that’s according to Sheryl Gay Stolberg of The New York Times, who tweeted thusly:
She was forced to backtrack and suggest that the Antifa thugs weren’t “hate-filled” after online blowback. But Antifa has trafficked in hate and violence for over a year now — we all remember how they’ve been assaulting people asserting their free speech rights in Berkeley, and how they have been engaged in street fights with alt-righters in places like Sacramento.
This isn’t “whataboutism.” Nothing justifies the alt-right’s racist perspective or murderous violence by an alt-righter. But it would be factually incorrect to ignore Antifa’s continuing role in the violent incidents that have now spread across the country. Because the Marxists in Antifa try to shut down free speech, they drive foolish people into the morally incorrect binary decision of supporting the alt-right, rather than loudly rejecting the ideology and violence of both sides.
Yes, the Left has grown the Alt Right. People know the #cuckservatives won't fight, so the Alt Right became inevitable.
7. The Media’s Broad Misusage Of The Term Alt-Right Grows The Alt-Right.
Some members of the Leftist media have attempted to term large swaths of the right “alt-right” — just last week, some idiots in the media attempted to lump me in with the alt-right because I thought Google was wrong to fire James Damore. I am, for the record, perhaps the loudest voice against the alt-right in America, and I openly and repeatedly criticized Trump for failing to condemn the alt-right. For some evidence, see here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here. There’s a lot more where that came from. But the media seek to paint the entire right with the alt-right brush, even though the alt-right hates the Constitutional conservative right. That drives otherwise reasonable people into thinking that perhaps they are alt-right — and then they, in knee-jerk fashion, defend the actual alt-right because they’re confused about definitions. The Left needs to stop this nonsense immediately.
Charlottesville, Sacramento, Berkeley — we’re watching a microcosmic re-enactment of Weimar Republic brownshirt-vs.-reds violence in real-time, complete with the same flags being flown. Just as then, some leadership condemning the evil of alt-right white supremacy, the viciousness of hard-left Marxism, and the violence anyone commits in violation of basic rights should be unceasing and thunderous.
And so the problem is likely to metastasize.
Yes, the Left’s misuse of the term Alt Right will grow the Alt Right. As will Shapiro's misuse. As will the misuse by all #cuckservatives . But, most importantly, the #cuckservatives ' lack of spine, and the Left’s constant attacks, will continue to make the Alt Right grow.
As final proof of the connection between the Left and the #cuckservatives , when a known Leftist outlet, The Blaze, agrees with you; you lose the claim to be on the side of the Right. Whether that's supposed conservatism or New Right or even Alt Right.
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
To be followed on Twitter...
Oh, it's a guy from #fakenews ABCNNBCBS. The "NBC" portion of that conglomerate. Wonder what he wants???
I bet he saw #AltRight in my tweets and profile. I bet he wants to get some dirt...
So he said this...
And I replied with this...
(I bet you can see where this is going)
And then this happened.
1 tweet & blocked. It's like a gift.
Monday, August 14, 2017
How should striking in the martial arts be emphasized? Let's look to history first, to find the answers.
Western History of Striking
In the ancient Greek Pankration days, the vast majority of matches involved grappling. Strikes were used to augment grappling actions, set up grappling actions, and occasionally finish from certain positions. This is seen in modern MMA, as well.
After time, a form of boxing was included in the games, as was a form of wrestling. These were eventually all but replaced by the Roman Empire's gladiator contests - which are noted for their increase in brutality.
As the Roman Empire gave way, and the British Empire rose, people continued to fight. Folk wrestling became the predominant unarmed means of combat. Again, strikes were used in conjunction with the wrestling, but almost never in lieu of it.
Old fencing texts, dating back to the 1400's and even earlier, made note of grappling techniques, as well as some striking techniques. The clear bent of these texts were to retrain a man used to wrestling into a fighter who would keep his feet in order to deliver an effective cut or thrust with his sword.
In the late 1800's, Catch-As-Catch-Can wrestling was codified from the folk wrestling of the era. Included were inputs from many regional "styles." Choke holds, though known to CACC exponents, were barred from contests. Instead, pins were recognized - likely due to their usefulness in obtaining a good "ground & pound" position.
During the same time frame, the Marquess of Queensberry Rules were codified, and boxing became a sport in similar fashion.
Both boxing and wrestling forbade the more injurious techniques that are often seen in combat. Modern MMA allows many of these forbidden holds and blows - but not all.
Eastern History of Striking
Dates are harder to come by, but the same stories hold true for Eastern martial arts with regards to grappling and striking.
China had grappling art Shuai Jiao as a base, and more recently added Kung Fu for striking. In fact, Kung Fu is often translated as Chinese boxing.
Japan had Jiu-jitsu for both striking and grappling, with an emphasis on grappling. Okinawa had Tegumi wrestling and later developed Karate for striking.
Modern History of Striking
The US has had boxing since the late 1800's. American servicemen brought Karate back with them in the early-to-mid 1900's. At the same time, TV was making a rise in American culture. Also, while Folk, Freestyle, and Greco-Roman wrestling were popular, they didn't get as much TV time as scripted "Professional Wrestling" entertainment. Thus, an overriding concept of striking as a predominant style of combat began to take hold.
Enter the Ultimate Fighting Championship and the dawn of modern Mixed Martial Arts competition. Early matches were dominated by grapplers. The culture was shocked back into reality, and grappling made a huge comeback.
Now, every MMA fighter includes three main styles: western wrestling, BJJ, and boxing / kickboxing.
It is understood that real combat not only involves grappling, but tends to favor grappling. Pure striking only exists in sporting contests with extensive rule sets designed to keep the action on the feet.
Similarly, with the boxing match in two weeks between MacGregor and Mayweather, it is largely given that if the same two men fought under MMA rules, MacGregor would win in short order - due to his grappling skills.
If you wish to be combat ready (read: want to do martial arts for self defense), your base must be grappling. Striking is a must as an ancillary skill. A fight may or may not be won with strikes. A fight may or may not be won with submission. However, a fight will be lost if you do not know how to grapple.
Saturday, August 12, 2017
The #AltRight is not the #AltReich ... but the #fakenews media will lump them together. Also in that lump are the Alt Light, the New Right, Conservatives, #cuckservatives , Trump supporters, Nazis, TradCons, Neocons, Libertarians, RINOs, Baptists, and whomever else they wish to demonize at the given moment.
Wishing success for white people is not the same as wishing failure for non-white people. There's a huge difference. But then, you knew that.
Understand, there is a culture war going on now. If you lean right at all, you will be lumped in with all of the above. Accept it. Get over it. Learn to fight fire with fire. Fail at this, and you will be no more.
Thursday, August 10, 2017
In a move that is no doubt well-calculated, the news is this morning that Hillary Clinton wishes to become an ordained minister. Other recent reports suggest that the DOJ is about to reopen the investigation of Hillary. Yet another recent report indicates Hillary covered up a child paedophile ring.
No doubt Hillary's move to get ordained is going to be an attempt to portray herself as "having found Jesus" in an attempt to receive a lighter sentence when found guilty.
But the funniest part - when someone on Twitter asked if she was going to become a minister for the Church of Satan, the Church of Satan itself actually replied. They want no part of her. It's pretty sad when a person is so depraved that Satan doesn't want you.
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
The buzz the last few days has been over the Google memo. Of course, SJW-ridden Google fired the author of the memo.
The folks on the Right are saying he has freedom of speech. And he does.
The folks on the Left are saying Google has a right to fire him. And they do.
But, as always, the Left is trying to sidestep the actual issue - the complete accuracy of the memo.
"In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act."
- George Orwell
Monday, August 7, 2017
Thursday, August 3, 2017
This meme, shared by Vox Day, contains much truth. Liberals hate memes from the Right, because they can contain irrefutable truth and are more likely to be read and understood than a wall of text. Almost like a political zinger.
What's funny, is this inspired yours truly to engage in a little trolling on social media. Before long, a #cuckservative and a #Libtard were both trying to double team me. Of course, the antics failed to work and memeology won the day again.
But, it was revealing to see two "opposites" work together. One person, whose Bookface profile identified him to be a liberal. The second person's Bookface profile claimed "moderate conservatism." They worked hand in hand together. They both could have been shitlibs, based on how they portrayed their points.
Don't talk to me about conservatism. It has failed. There is the Right. And there is the Wrong.