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Alt-Right: The new enemy of Aryans

PostSun Oct 08, 2017 8:46 pm

I'm sure you've all sensed it - that the Alt-Right movement is really just controlled opposition of the Zionist puppeteers. But how many really understand the nature of the beast? How many heads it has? How many arms? Where is it's heart located?

Richard Spencer is credited as the spearhead of the Alt-Right movement. The one who coined the term 'Alt-Right'.

The Alt-Right soon found their main outlet of propaganda on the Jewish Breitbart website.

Red Ice Radio quickly jumped on the bandwagon, becoming another main propaganda machine for the Alt-Right, led by Lana Lokteff and her beta husband.

The now-infamous Andrew Anglin then came on the scene, a jewish-looking youngster with a foul mouth who lives in Nigeria. He is one of the many despicable 'whites' pushing this whole 'White Sharia' filth, disrespecting our white women to the nth degree.

David Duke immediately jumped in trying to play 'good old uncle Duke' to the Alt-Right, in his usual attention-seeking form.

Then a now-confirmed (though always obvious) half-Jew named Mike Enoch arose from the swill, who is currently hand-in-hand with David Duke.

Matt Heimbach has really made a presence for himself as well, and has united the NSM, the League of the South and the National Front (run by a half-Mexican) with his group, the Traditional Worker's party.

What do all these groups and people have in common? A deep connection to the Bolsheviks of Russia. Specifically, Aleksander Dugin.

If you don't know who Dugin is, I suggest you look him up, as he seems to be the grand wizard behind this whole thing. He is a double-agent provocateur, and many are calling him the present-day Rasputin. He was the leading organizer of the National Bolshevik Party, National Bolshevik Front, although he was also a leading figure in a Russian white ultra-nationalist group as well, and now he is leading the 'Eurasian Movement' which is getting a lot of publicity and support from the Alt-Right. Even Matthew Heimbach's symbol for TradWorkers is the same as the Eurasian Movement's group.

Richard Spencer's wife, Nina Byzantina is a Russian Bolshevik herself, and Richard Spencer has been recorded saying that "The Alt-Right movement is analogous with the Bolsheviks".

Lana Lokteff is born to Russian Jew-supporting parents, and her genetics as well as her message is beyond questionable. But her Russian Bolshevik ties can't be denied. It is not a Russian conspiracy however, it is a Bolshevik one. The two should not be confused.

There are more than a few articles and videos out there connecting these dots, however I suggest these two videos to give you a good idea of what's going on here. Yes, Charlottesville was staged, but much more so than many even knew. The car crashing into crowds was only the tip of the Charlottesville iceberg.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGoocWk_eDA&t=1042s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVnjrHavXMc&t=1s
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Re: Alt-Right: The new enemy of Aryans

PostSun Oct 08, 2017 8:56 pm

Is it really any wonder Netanyahu's son recently showed support to the Alt-Right? :?
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Re: Alt-Right: The new enemy of Aryans

PostMon Oct 09, 2017 11:43 am

Kaunrad wrote:I'm sure you've all sensed it - that the Alt-Right movement is really just controlled opposition of the Zionist puppeteers. But how many really understand the nature of the beast? How many heads it has? How many arms? Where is it's heart located?

Richard Spencer is credited as the spearhead of the Alt-Right movement. The one who coined the term 'Alt-Right'.

The Alt-Right soon found their main outlet of propaganda on the Jewish Breitbart website.

Red Ice Radio quickly jumped on the bandwagon, becoming another main propaganda machine for the Alt-Right, led by Lana Lokteff and her beta husband.

The now-infamous Andrew Anglin then came on the scene, a jewish-looking youngster with a foul mouth who lives in Nigeria. He is one of the many despicable 'whites' pushing this whole 'White Sharia' filth, disrespecting our white women to the nth degree.

David Duke immediately jumped in trying to play 'good old uncle Duke' to the Alt-Right, in his usual attention-seeking form.

Then a now-confirmed (though always obvious) half-Jew named Mike Enoch arose from the swill, who is currently hand-in-hand with David Duke.

Matt Heimbach has really made a presence for himself as well, and has united the NSM, the League of the South and the National Front (run by a half-Mexican) with his group, the Traditional Worker's party.

What do all these groups and people have in common? A deep connection to the Bolsheviks of Russia. Specifically, Aleksander Dugin.

If you don't know who Dugin is, I suggest you look him up, as he seems to be the grand wizard behind this whole thing. He is a double-agent provocateur, and many are calling him the present-day Rasputin. He was the leading organizer of the National Bolshevik Party, National Bolshevik Front, although he was also a leading figure in a Russian white ultra-nationalist group as well, and now he is leading the 'Eurasian Movement' which is getting a lot of publicity and support from the Alt-Right. Even Matthew Heimbach's symbol for TradWorkers is the same as the Eurasian Movement's group.

Richard Spencer's wife, Nina Byzantina is a Russian Bolshevik herself, and Richard Spencer has been recorded saying that "The Alt-Right movement is analogous with the Bolsheviks".

Lana Lokteff is born to Russian Jew-supporting parents, and her genetics as well as her message is beyond questionable. But her Russian Bolshevik ties can't be denied. It is not a Russian conspiracy however, it is a Bolshevik one. The two should not be confused.

There are more than a few articles and videos out there connecting these dots, however I suggest these two videos to give you a good idea of what's going on here. Yes, Charlottesville was staged, but much more so than many even knew. The car crashing into crowds was only the tip of the Charlottesville iceberg.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGoocWk_eDA&t=1042s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVnjrHavXMc&t=1s


You express some of my doubts about this ant-right "movement," but since I don't follow that crowd and they keep their distance from the National Alliance I've only heard of half those alt-right leaders, and only know one of the people you named: Mr. Duke, a politician, who has been around pro-White politics since before some of the alt-right crowd's parents were born, does now what he has always done. The only Red Ice show I've seen was the interview with NA's Media Director, Kevin Strom: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQGiXXrjFcY

The National Alliance has no association with Spencer, Anglin, Enoch, Heimbach, NSM, NF, or any of that crowd, and doesn't seek "unity" with any of them, but the purpose of White Biocentrism is not to criticize others' efforts but to stay on our own course and use the forum as a mentoring tool for Alliance-building.

I look forward to talking with you and picking your brain for what you know about all of this alt-right business. We'll do so privately.

I didn't watch much of those two videos, but recognized that young woman in the first one as "Elian" (?) who made such a splash earlier this year openly promoting Adolf Hitler on Youtube. I don't get what she's talking about now. Is she alt-right? Is the girl in the second video? They don't hold my attention when I'm looking to learn something from them about alt-right.
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Re: Alt-Right: The new enemy of Aryans

PostMon Oct 09, 2017 11:57 am

Consider the source for this report on the so-called present-day Rasputin:
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Aleksandr Dugin: The Russian Mystic
Behind America’s Weird Far-Right

08/26/2017 08:10 pm ET Updated Sep 07, 2017

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Aleksandr Dugin

Former Vice President Joe Biden stated in no uncertain terms in January at the World Economic Forum in Davos that Russia is seeking to destroy the rights-based international order. He’s right, and it’s something that every freedom-loving American must be on guard against. Here’s what he means…

In Russia, there is a man named Aleksandr Dugin. Mr. Dugin is a political theorist and “philosopher,” and rather unusual man, with some very unusual ideas, influenced by weird myths and fascist philosophers from the early 1900s. For example, he believes in a mythology that tens of thousands of years ago there were two ancient civilizations, one called Atlantis, and one called Hyperborea. (Scientifically, these never existed, they are just myths.)

Mr. Dugin believes that the values of Atlantis were individualism, human rights, reason, science, cooperation, and order, and ultimately, things fundamentally grounded in an earthly existence, whereas the Hyperboreans had access to divine knowledge and a mysticism beyond the limits of this mere planet. Dugin believes that Atlantis and Hyperborea were engaged in an ancient war over their totally different value sets and that this war continues to this day. In today’s geography, Dugin associates the modern day Atlantean societies as the United States and those countries under its influence, and he associates Hyperborean society as being led today by Russia, and including Asian countries in touch with spiritualism, like Iran and India.

Dugin believes that it is the ultimate theological destiny of Russia to lead modern day Hyperborean societies — including not only Russia, but all of Eurasia, from Korea to India to Portugal — away from a corrupt earthly existence and back to the pure, divine spiritual knowledge of the original Hyperboreans, resulting in the end of our world and the transformation of humanity to a divine existence. (Yes, you read that right — he wants Russia to bring about the end of the world, in pursuit of the spiritual transformation of all of society).

Now, this would all be crazy talk, except that Mr. Dugin’s books, including Foundations of Geopolitics and the neo-fascist Fourth Political Theory, have become required reading at Russia’s military and political science academies. And Mr. Dugin, at one point recently, was a trusted confidante and advisor to Vladimir Putin – some refer to him as “Putin’s Brain.” As such, Dugin’s philosophy of “Eurasianism” — the gradual takeover of so-called Hyperborean societies under Moscow’s leadership — is perhaps one of the single-most influential philosophies driving Russian political and foreign affairs activities today, though experts are divided about the extent of Dugin’s influence at this point in time.

By the looks of it, Mr. Putin has been all too happy to actually implement Dugin’s lunatic beliefs into practice — the invasion of Ukraine, according to some experts, is an ongoing attempt to secure a crucial part of Eurasia for the more widespread implementation of Eurasianism. And his eyes are increasingly on the Baltic countries and parts of Asia.

(Now, there’s a strong strategic argument for the annexation of Crimea: Putin may buy into Dugin’s mysticism, or he may, instead, be harnessing parts of Dugin’s ideology to gain support for the acquisition of a warm water port with historical ties to Moscow. Similar strategic calculations may also undergird Putin’s relationship with Bashar al Assad in Syria. Putin may also see the “Novorossiya” territory in Eastern Ukraine in the same way that China sees the South China Sea — as a historic claim — and as such, he may be willing to cherry pick or tolerate Dugin’s ideology to support this belief.)

Similarly, even if Dugin’s goal of bringing down the U.S. through racial infighting isn’t fully realized, the mainstreaming of nationalism almost guarantees the U.S. will lessen its influence abroad, something Putin would definitely benefit from.

So what does this all mean? Well, for one, it means plainly that Putin’s Russia, under Dugin’s influence, is actively working to undermine people’s faith in their governments in the Europe and in the United States, in order to bring about their destabilization. Russia is doing this by encouraging far-right and nationalist political groups in the EU and in the U.S., including potentially through Dugin’s Russian fascist party Eurasian Youth Union and its analogues and strategic allies in Europe and the U.S., like the Eurasian Observatory in Brussels and Paris and French far-right “identitarian” group Generation Identity and the related U.S.-based group Identity Evropa in the U.S., which seeks to recruit disillusioned college-educated whites to advance its cause of a white ethnostate, both of whom were present at the recent battle in Charlottesville, Virginia. (No evidence that the Eurasianist movement is funding far-right groups in America directly has yet been uncovered, but it’s apparent they share mutual goals and likely support one another — even without the conscious knowledge of U.S. groups’ leadership — through information warfare via Twitter bot-spamming and fake news on social media). Thanks to a slower-than-hoped-for economic recovery from the 2008 crash, populist tendencies like this were already on the rise in the United States, but through propaganda and media (and fake news and trolling), Russia is boosting the popularity of far-right groups in the Western world and undermining the credibility of Western institutions.

When Donald Trump was announced the victor in the U.S. presidential election in November 2016, Russian lawmakers reportedly shouted with joy. As American media outlets and The Donald himself have stated, Trump intends to use chaos to “keep the world guessing,” and sees chaos as a tool for exerting a change in a yet unknown direction.

Though Donald is most likely unaware of it, this is a practice in lock step with the Eurasianist philosophy of sewing chaos in the West in order for Russia to consolidate its influence in Eurasia and lead to the ultimate spiritual transformation (read: war, and the destruction of the United States and Western values.) It’s no wonder, then, that Russian leaders steeped in Eurasianist philosophy are cheering a U.S. president that will help them achieve their goal of destroying the United States.

There are many factors driving Russia’s behavior at the moment, including Western sanctions, depressed oil prices, Putin’s relative unpopularity beyond Russia’s urban centers (which he needs to compensate for by promoting himself as a strong leader through military action abroad), and China’s increasing influence in the Far East. Given all of these, the influence of Dugin and his Eurasianism serves as a convenient tool for Putin to consolidate his influence and project uncertainty into the hearts of traditional adversaries, like Western Europe and the United States. Whether Putin is using Dugin or Dugin is using Putin more is a matter for debate, but by the looks of it, at the moment it is a symbiotic relationship that is destabilizing our society and culture.

“Okay, so a weird mystical guru is using Vladimir Putin as a puppet to implement his spiritual goal to destroy the West and end the world, in order to bring about the spiritual transformation of society. What can I do about it?”

Understanding the threat that America and the West face helps us to organize against it. We must unite against a foreign attempt to destroy our country by sowing chaos in our system by promoting neo-fascist causes. We must reject the appeals of the far right and of the nationalists in all of our societies, recognizing them as a foreign influence, and expel them from our system as a body rejects an infection.

United in our resolve to ensure the survival of the Republic and the freedoms for which it stands, we will get involved in local politics by joining a school or planning board, or running for town council or county commission, to safeguard the integrity of the system at the ground level. We will call our Senators and Representatives and tell them we stand with our European allies, the EU, NATO, and Russian sanctions, and against Trump’s fondness for Putin and against Dugin, Eurasianism, and Russian aggression.

And it is always a good idea to re-read the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Federalist Papers, and the writings of John Locke, Rousseau, Immanuel Kant, and other Enlightenment thinkers, to remember the values this country was built on.

Enemies of the United States are trying to make today’s conflict with Russia merely the latest manifestation of the ancient conflict between rationality and romanticism, science and belief, knowledge and superstition, order and chaos, and freedom and slavery. Whether driven by mystical neo-fascist philosophies or more realpolitik considerations like shoring up Putin’s domestic popularity, the other side has a clear objective — destroy us. We won’t let that happen.

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Re: Alt-Right: The new enemy of Aryans

PostMon Oct 09, 2017 6:22 pm

You express some of my doubts about this ant-right "movement," but since I don't follow that crowd and they keep their distance from the National Alliance I've only heard of half those alt-right leaders...

One of the many reasons I respect the NA, as it doesn't get caught up in the riff-raff and remains secure. I look into these things as I can see it is growing very quickly and has become a trend of sorts, which concerns me. Although I do believe there are pros and cons to the Alt-Right movement - one pro being that it is waking whites up to what the Jews have been doing, and those free-thinkers who are able to dig beyond the Alt-Right will come around, but I can't say that for the majority of these people unfortunately.

The only Red Ice show I've seen was the interview with NA's Media Director, Kevin Strom...

A very good segment too! I won't deny that Red Ice has had some good guests in their time on air.

...the purpose of White Biocentrism is not to criticize others' efforts but to stay on our own course and use the forum as a mentoring tool for Alliance-building.

Yes, and perhaps I was a bit critical on David in my wordage, but it's because I like Dr. Duke, and I hate to see him get caught up in this. Hopefully he can turn some things around from the inside. These young Whites are being woken up in the wrong way - in a controlled way. And it is the generation that's being targeted (ages 18-mid 30's) that we need, hence why it's this particular generation that's being targeted. But I do realize that the strong will survive, and those strong in mind will come through the indoctrination of the Alt-Right and move on to higher grounds, and those are the people we could use anyways.

As for Dugin, I think most articles paint him as having far more influence on Putin than is actually true. I believe Dugin aspires to have such an influence, but I don't believe he will in the end. Dugin does seek a chaotic state, "Order out of Chaos" is the age-old Jewish strategy, and Mr. Dugin is heavily steeped in Chaos Magik, which is openly stated by himself, and the 8-pointed arrow-star (the symbol of his Eurasian Movement) is in fact called the Chaos Star. He is a high-magician for the Satanist Bolsheviks, and he is a major threat to the stability of Russia, America and many other great countries. This is where his true influence lies. But I digress.

I look forward to talking with you and picking your brain for what you know about all of this alt-right business. We'll do so privately.

I look forward to it as well, I have more I would like to discuss with you aside from the Alt-Right.

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