August 26, 2016
Wow, the gloves have come off, eh? On another note, the SPLC needs to hire a better graphic designer.
Hillary’s announced speech condemning us, along with Bannon’s hiring with the Trump campaign, has put the mainstream spotlight straight on us.
And despite the apparent media embargo on the Daily Stormer, it seems we still got some coverage.
A political movement most Americans have never heard of is suddenly in the spotlight, thanks to Donald Trump — who has hired one of its leading spokesmen to run his campaign — and Hillary Clinton, whose speech planned for Thursday afternoon is expected to denounce it.
Well, it’s a strange mix of people, but at least Andrew’s in there.
So Yahoo put Andrew in their header image, and they also mentioned the Daily Stormer and quoted him later in the article.
Other key “alt-right” figures include Andrew Anglin, who endorsed Trump for president on his neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer almost immediately after Trump announced his candidacy last June, and Jared Taylor, a prominent white nationalist leader who has long promoted eugenics and racial segregation through his American Renaissance magazine and now Amren.com.
“I do not believe he would solve all or even most of the problems we are facing, but he is absolutely the only candidate who is even talking about anything at all that matters,” wrote Anglin shortly after Trump launched his campaign. “Trump is willing to say what most Americans think: it’s time to deport these people. He is also willing to call them out as criminal rapists, murderers and drug dealers.”
Media-sempai noticed us!
But wait – there’s more.
That’s right – Andrew Anglin’s face is plastered on the SPLC’s website.
Hours before Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is scheduled to deliver a speech in Reno, Nev., slamming Donald Trump for his connections to the Alt-Right, the racist core leadership of the ideology is collectively tripping over itself trying to take credit for its unexpected success.
Yaddi yaddi yadda, same story as the rest. But we get mentioned further on as well.
Yiannopoulos’s attempts to whitewash the most extreme elements of the Alt-Right were noticed by both the left and the Alt-Right. A Washington Post profile of the Alt-Right stated “The goal is often offensiveness for the sake of offensiveness in the way that many young white men embrace.” Andrew Anglin of the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer responded plainly in a post, “No it isn’t. The goal is to ethnically cleanse White nations of non-Whites and establish an authoritarian government. Many people also believe that the Jews should be exterminated.”
It doesn’t get much clearer than that.
Anglin, who seems to feed on racist drama, hasn’t been able to contain his rage over his and The Daily Stormer’s omission from Yiannopoulos’s article, which was arguably the Alt-Right’s big reveal. He’s written two articles specifically on the topic. He also promptly changed the banner of his website to read, “The World’s Most Visited Alt-Right Website.”
How can men deal with such reckless Kikery?
Two corrections, kikes.
First, we’ve had that banner for months, though we change it regularly to optimize the keks.
Second, nobody is butthurt because we aren’t mentioned in those other “alt-right exposes.” That’s not what this is about. The point here is a media plot to twist the meaning of the alt-right to make it inclusive of Jews and homosexuals, thus requiring the blanking out of websites like the Daily Stormer and The Right Stuff.
That’s not the last of our mentions, however.
“We won the meme war; now we’ve taken over the GOP,” said Andre Anglin, who runs The Daily Stormer, which bills itself as the world’s most visited alt-right website. “And we did this very, very quickly.”
Anglin was referring to Trump’s decision last week to promote media executive Steve Bannon as CEO of his presidential campaign. That’s notable because Bannon ran the conservative news website Breitbart, considered a major platform for the alt-right.
Voice of America quoted Andrew extensively as well. There’s no less than 7 references to the Daily Stormer in their article on the alt-right.
We rise, brothers!
Many alt-right activists agree with Jenkins on this point. That includes Anglin, who concedes the movement is white nationalism for a younger generation — essentially an attempt to make white supremacy cool again.
“The alt-right is a reset on white nationalism, as the older manifestations of it had become bogged down in libertarian claptrap, religious cult gibberish, and really uncool music,” Anglin said.
According to Anglin, many people who identify as alt-right view the older incarnations of white nationalism, such as the Klu Klux Klan, as “a bit dorky, [and] definitely stale.”
But while the alt-right may have different external trappings, any difference is superficial, Anglin says.
“I am against any attempts to classify the alt-right as something categorically different than white nationalism. It’s an aesthetic difference,” he added.
Even while lamenting the fact that Breitbart is “full of Jews,” something he said “makes a lot of white nationalists uncomfortable,” Anglin says he is happy overall with the direction of the site.
“Sometimes I read an article on Breitbart, and I think I am reading my own writing,” he added.
The Huffington Post also mentioned us. But these articles are only the exceptions which confirm the rule. Of the hundreds of articles published today, and which try to “explain” the alt-right, probably 2-3% mention us.
Here’s a sampling of more typical articles:
And on and on and on… If you’re interested, just look here and you’ll find hundreds more.
Essentially all of them stick to the basic premises set in Milo’s Breitbart article from March of this year, further reinforcing the theory that this is being carefully orchestrated from the top.
We’re getting straight-Jewed up in here, let me tell ya.
But never fear.
They won’t be able to ignore us for long.
You are not prepared… For what we have in store.