THE WHOOPING OF THE TARDS


Political party conventions. Alternatively known as The Whooping of the Tards. Fucking gross.

Like… it’s 2012. The internet is everywhere. Information is no longer controlled by the hate-filled cunts at the helm of political divide and conquer. And people still vote?

TROUBLE IN TWILIGHT


If you've walked through a checkout line in a grocery store lately, you've probably seen the earth-shattering, heartbreaking news. Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani! Your dreams have been betrayed, your hopes deceived, your spirit horrifically sodomized and left for dead. Your sink to your knees, gasp for air; tears cloud your eyes. You look again... yes, it has happened. Robert Pattinson and Kristin Stewart are splitsville.

"But how can this be?" you ask yourself. "They seemed so happy together..." And you grasp frantically at the glossy pages on the newsstand, flipping through one celebrity rag after another, groping desperately for anwers. Soon enough you have an explanation for this tragic turn of events, but it makes no sense. It doesn't fit with anything you've previously known to be true. You are baffled, and appalled.

VANGUARD PODCAST (3): POLITICAL GAMES


The third of the Vanguard Podcasts featuring the original "triumvirate" of Richard Spencer, Andy Nowicki, and Colin Liddell discusses Mitt Romney’s 2012 running mate, Paul Ryan, Wade Michael Page’s bloody rampage at a Sikh Temple, and PC triumphalism at the London Olympics.

  

VANGUARD PODCAST: CHICK-FIL-A MADNESS

Vanguard Podcast marked a vital step in the evolution of Alt-Right podcasting. Its format of a regular team with occasional guests discussing issues of the day—"a conversation amongst friends"—established a highly successful template that many other Alt-Right podcasts later followed. Originally uploaded on the 4th of August, 2012, this podcast features a discussion between Andy Nowicki and Richard Spencer (Colin Liddell was travelling) about the Chick-Fil-A controversy, the question of gay-marriage, and Christopher Nolan's Batman.