GRAND INVISIBLE ALLIANCE: FIDEL CASTRO RE-MIX

Following the death of Fidel Castro, there have been some kind things said about him by people on the Alt-Right. This often happens when Third World leaders opposed to America die, and, y'know, I get it. But we should also remember that these people are not and never will be aligned with the interests of Europeans and identitarian Whites, even if they occasionally serve our purpose. This article is a slight rewrite of a piece I ran when the Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez died in 2013  
     
Literally unhinged: The "Great Leader" depicted using 3,000 door hinges. 

by Colin Liddell

A great man has died somewhere, apparently. And, although White nationalists, radical traditionalists, and decent people in general are not supposed to break down in tears, we are – so it seems – supposed to at least sniffle a little bit and look vaguely dewy-eyed. All because this ‘great man,’ this titan of our age was – let me get this straight – an enemy of the enemy of the second cousin of our ex-wife’s enemy, or something like that.

BRAHMS AND DEMOCRACY




In November of 1876, one hundred and forty years ago, Johannes Brahms’ monumental First Symphony was first heard, performed in Karlsruhe, Germany.  The much anticipated work – which took Brahms over 20 years to complete – has become part of the canon of Western music. Ironically, the premiere of The Ring by Brahms’ supposed rival and fellow musical genius, Richard Wagner, was performed for the first time in the same year.

While one critic initially called Brahms’ First Symphony “Beethoven’s Tenth,” it has surpassed that unjust description and now stands on its own merit as a distinct masterpiece.  The First Symphony, the three that followed, and the rest of Brahms’ works makes him more than Beethoven’s successor, and a unique musical figure in his own right.

IT'S NOT ABOUT WHO'S IN THE MOVEMENT, IT'S ABOUT WHO'S NOT IN THE MOVEMENT YET

Would you accept your first red pill from this 
suspicious-looking individual? Probably not.

by Newfoundlander

When I saw what went down at the NPI conference I was livid and distraught. I wasn’t personally offended; I read and enjoy this kind of thing on TheRightStuff all the time. I get that it is ironic and in jest, and I find it funny. I know that Richard Spencer is not a Nazi. I’m not livid because of some kneejerk offense reaction on my part, I am livid because of the damage Spencer has done to the Alt-Right.

FAILURE AT THE GATES OF VICTORY

Come heil or high water.


Virtue and vice are not, as the Left supposes, determined by a line that divides humanity into "the Blessed" and "the Damned." That is a very Manichean, Judaic, and inherently non-European concept, which has, like some toxic chemical, been present in the moral bloodstream of our civilisation for too long, and with which Western Christianity has long struggled.

No, that simplistic view of good and evil creates a retarded morality that is unable to recognise the organic complexity of reality, and which thus cuts across it with a brutal and unforgiving blade. True virtue is, as Aristotle expounded, a Golden Mean between two unhealthy extremes. Between Cowardice and Rashness, lies the golden virtue of Courage. Between Humility and Vanity, Pride glitters in all its glory...

CULTURIST REPROGRAMMING


This is not just an article. I am asking questions, trying to start discussions, and – grandiosely – launch a policy field. Here is my question: How do we re-program our nation?

Of course, we can use the Left’s technique of taking sound bites out of context, and calling individuals “Hitler.” This works for tarnishing individuals and those associated with them. But, culturists are concerned with defining, guiding and promoting traditional majority culture more broadly. As such, rather than tarnish one man, we culturists must work towards a wider reprogramming of western culture.

THE LOST SOUL AND THE CROWNED CHRIST



The alienated soul, of whom I have felt compelled to write of much lately, is one who recognizes the contemporary modern liberal Zeitgeist for the trussed-up sham that it is, yet at the same time can’t seem to will himself to believe in anything beyond this monstrous Moloch which looms so ubiquitously in his midst and bestrides him like a Colossus everywhere he goes.

That he despises this dreadful buggering beast is a given; he’ll be God-damned if he’ll ever be bullied into “loving Big Brother,” like that pussy Winston Smith in 1984 (or so he thinks to himself, bucking his spirit up temporarily with sheer self-generated buoyant bravado).

FACES OF THE ALT-RIGHT



What you see above is apparently the cover of a new pamphlet put out by the Southern Poverty Law Center, highlighting several ostensible Alt-Right luminaries of darkness.

I say "apparently" because I haven't actually seen this document in actual meatspace, though I do have its authenticity on good word. I say "ostensible" because I find myself to be one of the 13 men (far right, second from top, just below my partner in thoughtcrime Colin Liddell) to have his ugly mug selected by the SPLC leadership as a prominent eeevvilllll raaaacist.

I DISCRIMINATE



I discriminate.

The entire human race are neither my brothers nor kin. There is nothing noble about non-discrimination—concepts such as love, trust and brotherhood lose all meaning when discrimination is removed.

Sorry, bleeding hearts—love does not exist without discrimination. The person who "loves everyone" actually loves no one.  Imagine if I loved everyone as much as I loved my wife...this is a ridiculous notion—I love, honor and would lay down my life defending my wife before any other human on Earth precisely because I discriminate. Similarly, I strive to fill my inner circle with people who are strong, noble of character and wise because I discriminate.

DONALD TRUMP AND THE RETURN OF LIBERALISM

"Let me give you a definition of the word 'liberal.'…Franklin D. Roosevelt once said…It is a wonderful definition, and I agree with him. 'A liberal is a man who wants to build bridges over the chasms that separate humanity from a better life." – Richard Nixon

"Richard Nixon was our last liberal president." – Noam Chomsky

"Imagine a president who expands affirmative action, actively promotes school desegregation, enacts important new laws in social welfare, environmental protection, occupational health and safety, and consumer protection, supports comprehensive health insurance and a system of guaranteed income for all citizens, and whose Justice Department opposes the RICO Act on the grounds that it gives the government powers that are much too broad and sweeping for prosecuting criminals. In 2011, such a president would be considered far to left of Barack Obama and far to the left of almost everyone in Congress. Forty years ago, such a president was called Richard Nixon."-Matthew Lyons ("Right-Wing Movements 101")
Now that Donald Trump has won an upset electoral victory and will be assuming the office of the presidency in a couple of months, I am going to offer the unconventional and, certainly to many people, counter-intuitive opinion that it was Donald Trump rather than Hillary Clinton that was the most left-wing of the two major party candidates.

PODCAST 48: MAKING ELECTIONS GREAT AGAIN


Holocaust historian David Cole Stein and Australian filmmaker Richard Wolstencroft join Alternative Right editors Andy Nowicki and Colin Liddell to discuss the most exciting Presidential election ever, and consider how Trump will or will not change the World. 


MR. PRESIDENT, TEAR DOWN THIS PATHOLOGY


The election of Donald J. Trump reaches to areas beyond politics. It shows a cultural shift against globalism and the farther-Left-than-moderate neoliberalism which drives it. It also shows a population adapting to the diversity agenda of post-WWII by formally adopting identity politics, decoupling self-interest from altruism.

THANK YOU, MADAME SECRECTARY

The dialectic of politics.


We on the Alt-Right are decent people, and what's more we can respect a worthy opponent, even if we disagree with her 1,488%. So, with the defeat of Hillary Clinton, we will remain gracious in victory.

We will not, alas, drag her out from some drainage ditch in a scorpion-infested desert and bugger her with knives and assault rifles until she is dead, as happened to one of her former political opponents. No, that's not who we are, America. Hillary can safely toddle off to her retirement home in the sure and certain knowledge that the Alt-Right―and President Trump―will magnanimously allow her to eke out her days in a halo of hairspray as the grande dame of what might-have-beens.

IGUANA Vs. SNAKES: A PERFECT METAPHOR FOR THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN


You may or may not remember that we started our coverage of Trump's now legendary campaign back in July 2015 by posting a video of the honey badger, an animal whose energy, resilience, and weird golden comb over perfectly typified the Donald.

KUKAAN EI TEE AMERIKASTA SUURTA


Donald Trump ei ole isukkisi, eikä hän korjaa rikkinäistä Amerikkaa

Brittiläinen toimittaja Milo Yiannopoulos sanoo Donald Trumpia toistuvasti ”isukiksi”.

Milo esittelee itsensä ”internetin suurenmoisimmaksi superpahikseksi”, joten presidenttiehdokkaan kutsuminen ”isukiksi” on hyvin linjassa hänen camp-henkisen konservatisminsa kanssa.

En tiedä ketään toista, joka kutsuisi Trumpia ”isukiksi”. Mutta nähdessäni tovereideni antautuvan stadionhurmokseen, valmiina kruunaamaan ailahtelevan ja keinottelevan newyorkilaisen bisnesmiehen Amerikan pelastajaksi ja ”jumalkuningas-keisariksi”…

…”isukki” tuntuukin epämiellyttävän sopivalta sanalta.

WHICH WAY MAGA MAN?



We on the Dissident Right should never be naïve about politics, but many of us have crossed the line into pure shilling and simplistic cheerleading with Trump. I know I have.

What is really going on here is “the system” addressing its own failings through the unlikely medium of a reality TV star, property mogul, and ex-pussy grabber.

MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN Vs. MAKE EVERYWHERE GREAT AGAIN

Enjoying the election?


As I write, it's actually Tuesday morning here in Japan, so technically it's now election day, and as the Poet put it, "see the front o' battle lour."

Armageddon is here, with the unfuckable Whore of Babylon and her evil minions on one side and the All-Conquering Emperor of Kek on the other. Yes, in terms of edge-of-the-seat, white-knuckle-ride excitement, it's certainly an improvement on 2012's Rombama yawnfest in the same way that WWII was a marked improvement on the rather static and dreary WWI.

INTRO TO THE DISSIDENT RIGHT (1): ALEX FONTANA


Interviewed by Ryan Andrews

The intention of this series is to provide the reader with thumbnail introductions to a variety of Dissident Right personalities and their ideas. The three main questions will be the same for each interview, though the lightning round questions will vary.

The subject of this interview is essayist and novelist Alex Fontana. Fontana hosts “The Fascist Pigs” podcast and blogs at alexfontana.wordpress.com. And of course, he is a frequent contributor to these pages.

WELCOME TO THE GLOBAL VILLAGE



This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of the production of one of the very few television series that achieved the status of high art. I speak here of The Prisoner, largely the vision of one man: Patrick McGoohan – although his script editor George Markstein tried to take as much credit as possible for its conception. Marginalised and ignored, Markstein left before the end of the series. The series did, however, owe more to co-producer as well as director and writer of several episodes David Tomblin. There has since been a re-imagined version of the series, in 2009, which was largely thinly-veiled propaganda for the homosexual lobby, but this is not the concern of this particular article.

THE PEAT PARTY

A (re)peat offender?


Back in the day, people were more alert and attentive to what was going on around them. They were not obsessed by detail, but trusted themselves because of their intuitive connection to their world, and so when they noticed a general change in the “shape” of events, they knew it was time to act.

The boys would break into the mead early one afternoon and talk it over. There would be some low, quiet voices from the elders, and louder voices from the young. Eventually, they would identify nodal points where things were going wrong. These points were people.

VIDEO: THE REPTILIAN RULING CLASS


Andy Nowicki and Tim Kelly of the Our Interesting Times podcast discuss the "Reptilian nature" of the ruling class and Andy's book Conspiracy, Compliance, Control & Defiance: a primer on what is, and what is to be done. Among the topics touched on are 9-11, David Icke, Jeffrey Epstein, the Franklin child prostitution scandal, the sociopathic vs. the malevolent personality, Jewish power, political corruption, homosexual blackmail, secret societies, the scandals of the Catholic Church, pederasty, and the nature of evil.

Connected Content:
Our Reptilian Rulers, Part 1
Our Reptilian Rulers, Part 2
Podcast 12: Perverted Elites

THE EMPIRE HAS NO CLOTHES


Even as the plight of Syrians continues to make headlines, Yemenis being decimated by Saudi Arabia arouse no sympathy. Well, I shouldn’t say no sympathy. Just recently, liberal interventionist Samantha Power decried Saudi depredations. How noble!

THE GERMAN REVOLUTION AND THE DEFEAT OF "FRANCHISE" SOVIETISM

Crowdsourcing the Revolution.

There is a karma in history that means that bad deeds are often returned, sometimes quite quickly. When America betrayed its British and French allies after WWII by pushing for the decolonization of their empires, it was soon forced to face its own internal "decolonization" of its Afro-American population through the Civil Rights movements.

Another major example of "instant karma" in history was the German Revolution of November 1918, which started today 98 years ago. It followed the defeat of the German army on the Western front and the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and was an important factor in the hastily arranged armistice made on the 11th of November, an armistice that placed Germany at a distinct disadvantage in subsequent peace negotiations.

POEM: THE LION'S RETURN


In a complex irony avoiding exercise, Colin Liddell reads his poem of British resilience and reviving nationalism.