New York Times Admits MILO was Wrong About Alt-Right

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 3, 2016


The regular reader will recall that I was extremely concerned when the faggot kike MILO wrote a piece about the Alt-Right, claiming that we were not really racists and that “1488ers” were a small and irrelevant minority in the movement.

It was clear to me that they were attempting to do to our movement what they did to the Tea Party – flood it with “celebrity” figures who didn’t care about the ideals of the movement – and were in fact actively working to subvert those ideals – and thus make it impotent.

MILO attempting to steal our memes, our tone, our image – our entire brand – and rebrand it as cultural libertarianism.

And for a long time the media went along with this. They brought him on their shows, interviewed him for their articles, as “the leader” of the Alt-Right, and he said “oh they just want to save Western culture, they don’t care about race.”

That was the plan.

Well, the plan failed.

Now, they are admitting that the plan failed, and that we are in fact a bunch of Nazis.

New York Times:

Last March, Breitbart’s Milo Yiannopoulos, a peroxide-blond gay Trump supporter, critic of feminism and internet “troll” of a particularly aggressive kind, helped write “An Establishment Conservative’s Guide to the Alt-Right,” which painted the movement as “born out of the youthful, subversive, underground edges of the internet,” treating the neo-Nazis in its ranks as unrepresentative.

But since then, and certainly since the National Policy Institute event, alt-right has come more and more to mean white nationalist. Mr. Yiannopoulos’s exuberant youths look peripheral to the movement, the extremists central.

So, we’re back to where we were: being called names.

That, as Trump proved, is no longer a valid strategy.

You know, one person who supported allowing MILO onto our platform was Richard Spencer. Honestly fam, I was flipping out about that, privately. A lot of people were. I was like “someone has to stop this Spencer!”

Fittingly, Spencer was the one who made sure he would never be on it again by creating the #Heilgate media storm at NPI.

One wonders if he was planning it all along.

Anyway, it doesn’t matter if he was or was not. What matters is that these people are gone. MILO will never again try to claim what is ours. Neither will Paul Joseph Watson or Mike Thernovich.

We are now free of these parasites.

It is on us to make this movement into what we want it to be.

I think we’re going to do a great job.