also very interesting and instructive:
What does the Alt Right want?
Strong, high trust communities for our people: we reject immigration and favor homogeneous societies.
Protection from Third World outsourcing: We support tariffs designed to protect domestic industry.
Protection from the globalist elite: We reject Super-PACS and foreign elites purchasing elections.
Healthy relationships […]
Continue reading Another Alt Right program,
I’ve discussed Vox Day’s declaration of principles of the Alt-Right and the theses regarding nationalism in particular, but VD’s declaration has been getting a lot of attention and may very well come to occupy some quasi-official status as representing the ideas of the Alt-Right, and some more thoughts have occurred to me regarding the […]
Continue reading The Alt-Right, Nationalism and Absolute Reaction
I may be very naïve, but I think (have thought for quite a while) that there is a very simple answer to the question Gans poses here regarding intellectual exchanges with the social science. In fact, Gans, it seems to me, alludes to this answer in the accompanying letter to the GAlist: “The difficulty […]
Continue reading A Brief Note on the Latest Chronicle of Love & Resentment
This is a central moment, the crescendo of her diatribe against the alt-right, but what, exactly, is she getting at:
This is part of a broader story — the rising tide of hardline, right-wing nationalism around the world. Just yesterday, one of Britain’s most prominent right-wing leaders, Nigel Farage, who stoked anti-immigrant sentiments to […]
Continue reading An Interesting Moment in Hillary Clinton’s Speech
Hillary Clinton has decided to tie Donald Trump to the Alt-Right so that she can run against it, thereby turning this election into a case (for those who remember the 1991 Louisiana governor’s race) of “vote for the crook—it’s important.” This confirms that the only active forces in American politics are the SJWs (high […]
Continue reading The Alt-Right’s Coming Out