June 28, 2017
I would like to preface this article by thanking Richard Spencer and his men for their incredible hospitality and hard work.
Alt-Lite Rally for Political Correctness
This event was originally going to be headlined by Mike Cernovich and various Rabbi Media personalities (professional liar Jackass Posobiec, Jewish scammer Laura Loomer, et al). These figures – who have been dubbed “Alt-Lite,” and are now apparently referring to themselves as such – pulled out of the free speech rally because so-called “anti-Semites” were going to be allowed to exercise their free speech. They told their followers to boycott our event and join a competing “Rally For Peace” as a way to polarize the people against us.
Despite deep pockets and unbridled access to the media, the Alt-Lite’s reactionary splinter was a dud. Their crowd was smaller, dour, older and dumber. Most perplexing was the underlying theme of the rally: that “hate speech” isn’t free speech!
Dialing political correctness back to its late-90s iteration is still censorship.
The only explanation for this attempt at sabotage is that they are emissaries of Jewish money. The job of these internet personalities is to protect Jews from “anti-Semitism” by mixing a radical facade with Kosher cuckservatism. They hope to use this strategy to pull snowballing white momentum back to the worthless Reaganite GOP status quo.
Even Heat Street admits as much:
Originally there was only going to be one rally in DC this weekend, the Free Speech rally. Things changed after the “theater incident,” where Rebel Media’s Laura Loomer rushed the stage at Shakespeare in the Park’s Julius Caesar performance, while Posobiec stood up and compared the audience members to Joseph Goebbels. The stunt was denounced by Richard Spencer, who called it an attack on art and free speech.Loomer and Posobiec were scheduled to speak at the free speech rally, but backed out, citing Spencer’s anti-semitism. They quickly organized their own rally on the same day, at the same time, outside the White House. They scheduled popular alt light figures like Mike Cernovich and Cassandra Fairbanks to speak.
The divide between the alt right and light has been growing since the “Deploraball,” an event for Trump supporting new media figures held the day before Trump’s inauguration. Alt right figure Baked Alaska was barred from speaking at the event for talking about the “Jewish Question” on Twitter—i.e. questioning the influence of Jews on government and media. Many on the alt right are open anti-Semites, while the alt light is composed of many Jewish people.
Despite the fact that the “Free Speech” rally was filled mostly with white supremacist bullshit, the Rally Against Political Violence is getting the most condemnation online.
Here are some outtakes from the Posobiec Show.
The other "free speech" rally is pretty small comparatively pic.twitter.com/iC9J5rZ9nT
— Alex Rubinstein (@RealAlexRubi) June 25, 2017
— Katie McHugh🇺🇸 (@k_mcq) June 25, 2017
The Real Free Speech Rally
There were at least 400 people in attendance for this event, and 90% of them were militant nationalists (Identity Europa, Traditionalist Worker Party, etc). The speeches were radical truths everyone feels but cannot say – the spirit of the First Amendment.
Chris Cantwell, Jason Kessler, Mike Enoch, Baked Alaska and Richard Spencer all gave rousing, no-holds barred addresses that were accompanied by old school oratory techniques, group chants, and pageantry. There was laughter, rage against the tiny Judeo-communist anti-speech protesters, melancholy – all of it culminating to awaken the collective transcendence that can only be reached in a crowd of like minded people.
This is the first event I’ve attended in the United States where I felt emotion and passion injected into politics – something traditionally seen as taboo in American political culture.
The atmosphere was akin to a World Cup soccer game. If you let fear stop you from showing up, you missed out on something incredible.
There were a few nonwhites, but unlike the Alt-Lite event, they were not tokenized or patronized [But were they BASED? -AA]. I had the pleasure of meeting some of these interesting individuals, including a representative of a Native American Nationalsocialist group who is a fan of the Daily Stormer.
And of course, who can forget the star of the show: Based Eternal Jew. If he was real and not a hologram sent by Andrew Anglin, I give him measured credit for standing there in defense of our rights as we railed against Jewish supremacy and Zionist control of our government. His appearance also provided the perfect antagonistic foil to help demonstrate what we were talking about.
Later on after much merrymaking, Richard Spencer – aka Elvis Mussolini – treated the audience to a tribute to Depeche Mode.
This was an impressive true-to-life performance, with Richard’s animal magnetism possessing the crowd like The Beatles landing at Heathrow.
Unfortunately, not everyone could appreciate this.
Some Judeo-Leftist party-poopers began to talk about getting violent, but instead opted for fleeing with their tail between their legs and calling the cops. These mental-midgets really think they’re allowed to attack people for no reason.
— stef williams (@mostefinitly) June 26, 2017
All in all, this was a magnificent experience.
If you believe in our cause, or are on the fence and just want to make friends with some great people who genuinely care about one another, you should come out for the next rally in Charlottesville, Virginia on August 12th.
If you’re not happy with the status quo, come make your voice heard. All are welcome.