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We Need to Move:
An Alt Right Take on the 2016 Election

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trumptriumphAs thrilling as it was to watch Donald Trump take the White House on November 8th, things aren’t as bullish for the Alt Right as they seem. Despite his comfortable 74 electoral vote spread, Trump won not because he called upon an insurmountable mass of white voters to overcome the opposition at the polls. In absolute terms, he drew fewer white votes than Mitt Romney did in 2012 despite the slightly increased white turnout in 2016. Trump won because he ran a smarter, more energetic campaign against a corrupt, low-charisma opponent in Hillary Clinton who was foolish enough to believe her own hype.

But like Muhammad Ali’s rope-a-dope strategy against a stronger, more powerful opponent, it’s the kind of trick that only works once. Trump pinpointed a few seemingly blue rust-belt states with large white, working-class populations and campaigned there with righteous urgency. He told the people what they wanted to hear about jobs and opportunities, and took advantage of the Democrats’ unwillingness to do the same. He knew better than the Democrats where they were vulnerable. This is a main reason why he won in Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, and made it within one and a half points in Minnesota (where Barack Obama had won by over seven in 2012). These were the states which put Trump over the top.

Granted, Trump also won all the swing states he couldn’t afford to lose, such as Florida and North Carolina. His alpha-male charisma, anti-establishment message, large cash reserves, and willingness to fight with blood in his teeth certainly had a lot to do with that. So did Wikileaks, Project Veritas, and the second FBI investigation, I’m sure. It is tempting to speculate however that had Trump pursued a slightly different campaign strategy, he could have lost. The tallies in some states were that close. Can anyone say the same about Obama in 2008 or 2012? That’s the difference between winning on tactics and overwhelming one’s opponent no matter what they do. The GOP got overwhelmed in 2008 and 2012, and there really was little they could have done about it. Tactics can only take you so far when your opponents can field five-to-ten million more voters than you can. Remember, in both his presidential elections, Barack Obama received more votes than any other candidate in history. Fortunately for Trump in 2016, the Democrats were far less enthused for Hillary than they were for Obama, and Trump still lost the popular vote by over three-quarters of a million.

I was hoping that Trump would garner over 70 million votes and win whites over the Democrats by a 35-point spread. I was hoping that a racially awakened white population would send Trump roaring to the White House on the cusp of an electoral tidal wave. Not only did that not happen, it didn’t even come close to happening. Here are two graphs which illustrate these disappointing results.



Now, there is some good presented here. Yes, over 1.25 million more whites voted in 2016 than in 2012, and more whites voted Republican in 2016 than for John McCain in 2008. Further, while Trump received slightly fewer white votes than Romney did, he received a greater proportion of the white vote compared to the Democrats due to 2016’s high third party turnout. Best of all, whites have been steadily abandoning the Democratic Party since 2008. Over 41.7 million whites helped elect Obama the first time, while only 34.8 million turned up for Hillary in 2016.

Despite these positive trends, however, politically and racially aware whites are going to have to cope with the embarrassing fact that, as of now, more white people voted for Romney (54.8 million) than for Trump (54.6 million). Because this was such an oddball election which featured two candidates with such obvious flaws, many voters decided to give third parties a try. This was the case across all races, not just for whites. Third party candidates brought in more than 4.7 million votes this year. A strong showing, but perhaps more owing to their being alternatives to a pair of exceptionally unconventional mainstream candidates than to their own credentials. Time will tell if this assessment is correct.

A more disturbing trend can be found in the descending black line on Graph 1. That is the white share of the overall vote. In 2008 it was 74%. Now, it is 70%. That’s a drop of two percentage points per election. At this rate, whites will dip below 50% by 2060, but we shouldn’t be so naive to think it will take that long. With more non-whites in the body politic, our leaders will face greater pressure to let in more non-whites. Further, the non-whites already living legally in this country tend to reproduce at greater rates than whites do. Ronald Fisher, in his Genetical Theory of Natural Selection from 1958, posits that people who are more fit to survive in advanced societies tend to reproduce less and later than their less fit counterparts in order to make time for the training and effort required to succeed. As a result, less fit, lower IQ people will eventually overcrowd the left side of the bell curve until the distribution of intelligence and talent is no longer normalized. This always creates a dangerous imbalance in a society, especially when those societies are multiracial and the races often find themselves on opposite sides of the center line. And, as we all know, most non-whites who are not Jewish or East Asian do not compare well with whites in terms of intelligence and talent.

Such is the world we are facing as the non-white chunk of the vote keeps increasing. As of now, blacks and Hispanics make up 23% of it. Once that passes 30% the mythical white minority will become a self-fulfilling prophesy. Whites will be shocked at how quickly their decline will accelerate.

So, yes, it is good that Donald Trump won, and I have been hearing talk on the Alt Right about whites now having a decade or two of breathing room in order fend off their own demographic demise. We should not think that way. Until proven otherwise, we should consider a Trump presidency as little more than a hiccup on this tragic slide to white irrelevance. A four-year-long, scandal-filled, orange and blonde hiccup. We need such a pessimistic view of Donald Trump because only a pessimistic view of Donald Trump will animate white, race-realist Right-wingers in the Alt Right to grab a Trump administration by its red tie and shake it until it does what we want it to do. In other words, we are not outsiders anymore. Trump’s victory has cracked open the window through which we can become insiders again. We need to slam that window open and make our presence felt.

I know it will feel weird. I’m sure that years ago most of us have written off the United States to the progressives and the cucks and the non-white hordes who’ve been crashing our gates since 1965. Alt Righters exercising their civic duties like good citizens? Alt Righters feeling optimistic that they can actually work in the system to implement change? Yes, that does sound weird, doesn’t it? But if we slack off now, the alternative is civil war in 30 or 40 years once the racial situation in America becomes intolerable. This is why I believe White Nationalism today is a position of peace. We handle now through government and law enforcement what we are going to have to handle in the future with guns and tanks and worse. It’s either minimal bloodshed now or maximum bloodshed later. Not much of a choice, is it?

In essence, a Trump administration has given us an opportunity to begin to achieve our ethno-nationalist goals as long as we have the proper attitude with which to seize it. We cannot rely on Donald Trump to do this for us (as nice as that would be). We have to do it for ourselves. The best example of this kind of attitude comes from, of all people, Bill Cosby. In his classic stand-up routine entitled Himself from the early 1980s he describes his own father exerting control over his children with the following threat: “I put you into this world and I can take you out.”

Blunt as it is, this is precisely the attitude with which the Alt Right should approach President Trump and all Republican politicians who gained or retained power on his coattails. We put you in power, and if you disappoint or betray us, we will take you out. Trump ran by appealing mostly to the Right, not the center. If he were to abandon his base and shift to the center after moving into the White House in 2017, his base should drop him . . . especially now that we know that a Rightist, nationalist platform in the United States isn’t as problematic as once thought. The Democrats certainly won’t vote for him, so if Donald Trump loses even a little bit of his white base, he will likely be toast by 2020.

Of course, whether this is literally true is of less importance than whether it is perceived to be true. Most people are not going to pick apart the white vote the way I did above. Most people are going to believe that that monster white vote did make the difference for Trump. Prominent members of the mainstream media were saying as much on election night when they began to realize that the Hillary campaign was doomed. It is now common knowledge that whites put Trump into the White House, and we need to exploit this semi-true information to the fullest in order to implement change. The fact that Mitt Romney did better with whites than Donald Trump did is not something we should lead with when speaking with our representatives in Washington.

And as for that, what do we tell them?

  1. Build the wall. Ann Coulter told us a hundred times a recent article that we should do this. But it still bears repeating: build the wall. High and deep. Wherever we have a border with Mexico, build the wall.
  2. Deport illegals. All of them. It doesn’t matter if they committed other crimes while in the United States. Just their being here is a crime. It also doesn’t matter if they have family or children here. They are not our countrymen. They are not citizens. They are invaders. Ultimately, they wish nothing less than supplant white people in our own country. If they stay here long enough, we will come to a point at which it will be either us or them. We will do well to never forget this.
  3. End birthright citizenship. This is the anathema for any sovereign nation which wishes to remain sovereign. Obvious to some, not so much to others. We need to make it obvious to our leaders and accept nothing less than its unambiguous demise before the next midterm election.
  4. Mete out steep punishments for employers who hire illegal immigrants and for those who aid and abet them. We should start with prison time and go from there.
  5. Ban all immigration from majority Muslim countries. No exceptions. We are at war with radical Islam, so we might as well act like it.
  6. Deport all Muslims who do not have a legal right to be here permanently. This means students, visitors, tourists, and others. We have to start playing hardball with these people. It’s not like they’re not playing hardball with us. Donald Trump in his rhetoric seems like he is aware of this. It our job to make sure he doesn’t forget. He also shouldn’t forget that this is what Jimmy Carter did after the Iran hostage crisis in the late 1970s. If it’s good enough for the Democrats, it should be good enough for the Republicans.
  7. Demand timelines. We should be melting down the phone lines demanding time lines from our leaders. We should make such nuisances out of ourselves that our elected representatives should get to know us by name and dread us every time we call. In other words, we need to impress upon our representatives in Washington that we are interested only in results, not excuses.

I’m sure there is more to ask for. I’m assuming that without our help President Trump will appoint acceptable judges on the Supreme Court. I’m assuming he’ll fix the VA and cut taxes like he said he would. Shrinking government and tackling the debt would be nice as well. But I think we can all agree that the list above would be an excellent start for what we really want. If we ever want to reclaim the United States as a homeland for white people, we could do a whole lot worse. And then we’ll be putting Donald Trump on the twenty-dollar bill.

John Adams once defined an aristocrat as a person who can command at least two votes: his and one other man’s. For us to implement such changes we would have to make ourselves aristocrats again. Form groups. Speak on behalf of families and friends, neighborhoods and churches. Make it known that your opinion reverberates beyond yourself and into a community. Any community. If enough of the Alt Right does this, eventually our leaders will listen. We took the White House, kept the Senate and the House, and have a gubernatorial majority. How can we not be emboldened by this?

Of course, we on the Alt Right should keep up with memes and the essays and the videos. We should be as hip and as smart and as attractive as possible. Basically, we should change nothing about what we’ve been doing, except add a good deal of civic activism to the mix. Donald Trump made some great promises during his campaign, but he may or may not keep them. His victory is only a week old and he is already walking back on his promise to prosecute Hillary. What’s next? The nature of the Leftist beast in this case is to be as merciless and totalitarian as possible in victory and to be as flattering and cajoling as possible in defeat. The Democrats seem to be powerless right now. But they have wiles. They have Hollywood and the media and academia. Would President Trump be able to resist their charms if they stroke his ego enough times? Actually, I am afraid to find out. But if we put enough pressure on Trump to remind him of who makes up his base and how he got into power, we may not ever have to.

Note on Methodology

For my denominators, I did not start with the vote tallies for each candidate, as compiled here. According to the AP, Hillary currently has 61,782,016 votes and Trump 60,834,437 (and yes, I am aware that considering widespread voter fraud, of which there is some evidence, Trump’s count might be higher and Hillary’s lower). Instead, I determined the overall vote tallies from 2008, 2012, and 2016 using the United States Election Project which currently has the 2016 vote tally at 134,537,600 and counting. I determined the total and by-party white vote percentages for all three elections from exit polls conducted by Edison Research for the National Election Pool. Here is the data in tabular format.




  1. Dov
    Posted November 16, 2016 at 2:35 pm | Permalink

    A few thoughts:

    -One negative consequence of the election is that, as many feared, it served as a diversion of racial awareness toward civic nationalism. Movement conservatives are seizing upon the fact that Trump received substantial Black and Hispanic votes as proof that American nationalism is race-blind, Blacks and Hispanics are redeemable if they embrace “conservatism”, etc. You see this in Gavin McInnes videos, Paul Joseph Watson videos, etc. One FB meme page I follow took a stab at White Identity after the election (with a post that more or less said that the Alt-Right should now be called the New Right, since Whites are ostensibly voting as a bloc), but subsequently backtracked upon resistance from Hispanic commenters, and is now pushing the “Trump isn’t a ‘racist’!” trope – though I suspect that this was deemed a strategic move (for now) in their minds.

    -The fact that Bannon has Trump’s ear is an enormous boon. The galvanizing of Whites and the denunciations of illegal immigration *cannot* be relied upon to win again. The Left has been angered and motivated like never before by this election. Were Trump surrounded only by garden-variety conservative goobers,this is the kind of election that would cost Republicans control over the government forever. Fortunately, a man like Bannon knows the kind of demographic game the Left has been playing, and if we’re fortunate, he will advise Trump to take the necessary steps to ensure that by 2020, the voting power of illegal Hispanics will be slashed. I have no doubt that there are any number of other mechanisms (executive order-driven or not… I no longer care) by which a president could influence electoral power.

    -Items 2-7 in your list are far more important than Item 1. Many of the illegals are Asians overstaying their visas. Additionally, there are areas in which a wall is simply impractical. In any event, such a wall would need to be monitored constantly to be effective. Why not just skip the wall and post militias on the border, with orders to shoot illegals? We certainly have enough troops for the task, and surely there are a number of J.T. Readys willing to pitch in.

    • Maxwell
      Posted November 18, 2016 at 12:37 am | Permalink

      “Militias on the border with orders to shoot illegals?” This is a non-starter. The cucks, democrats, media and academia would never allow it. We would need a military coop before something as draconian and useful as this was made policy. Our birth rates are too low and we are surrounded by enemies: wealthy, politically powerful jews and east asians, violent and irrational blacks and hispanics. It is a pincer movement that is irresistible. Most especially because we are never going to get 100% of whites to join us. Democracy is not our friend in this battle. There is no saving white European Culture in the West without a military dictatorship.

  2. Posted November 16, 2016 at 3:18 pm | Permalink

    Perhaps even thinking that everything leads to civil war is optimistic as well. South Africa went without a full scale war. And they were explicitly White. Today’s White population in America is dispossessed and afraid to self-identify. As Lawrence Murray pointed out, White flight too has it’s serious limitations, particularly when it’s other White majority countries that are suffering demographic replacement by third world negro and mulatto populations.

    I don’t want sound like breaking the bubble, but Whites in America have no time for electoral politics. It’s clear where they are heading. The only thing that can go the way it suits White people is White self-organization.

    • Othmar Regin
      Posted November 17, 2016 at 5:38 am | Permalink

      Agree completely, we don’t have time to “play” politics what we need is Real-Politik now! Deport them, defund them, delegitimize them, root them out from Media, Education and Administration or they WILL come crawling out of the woodwork in 4years time and we won’t have the numbers to keep they at bay. We need real world solutions ASAP not more politics and Gerrymandering.

  3. GenYES
    Posted November 16, 2016 at 8:39 pm | Permalink

    Another way to get rid of recent Asian and Latin immigrants without explicitly invoking white nationalism is to punish them for the type of behavior they are most prone to commit – corruption. Immigrants should be put on probation for at least 10 years after arriving in this country and scrutinized for committing any of various sins against civic decency – tax fraud, insurance fraud, degree/qualification fraud, business fraud, IP theft, etc; if an DHS auditor finds the immigrant guilty of any of these offences, the immigrant should immediately be deported. Another way to stem the tide is to drastically cut all forms of public assistance and to eliminate any opportunity for welfare (lifelong ban) for any immigrant moving to the US; justifying this policy move to the vast majority of Americans (white and non-white) would be an easy task. Eliminating birthright citizenship may require a constitutional amendment, but plenty of laws or executive actions could create the right incentive structures to shift the demographics back in our favor.

  4. Juri
    Posted November 17, 2016 at 2:22 am | Permalink

    Cut off their feeding lines. Spreading anti white hatred is whole industry. I can,t find this link when Viktor Orban roared 10 year,s ago that writing one anti white hate piece a to the major newspaper brings university student more money that firefighter or paramedic gets a month.

    Essentially, Japan’s government just ordered all of the country’s public universities to end education in the social sciences, the humanities and law.

    Liberal professors down there can,t make 200K a year anymore, only for marxist hate speech.

  5. Ted
    Posted November 17, 2016 at 3:37 am | Permalink

    “Of course, whether this is literally true is of less importance than whether it is perceived to be true.”

    Exactly, and that’s the most important sentence in this essay. This whole electoral season has been about perception. Trump, the Negro-loving, affirmative action-supporting, Jewish family civic nationalist has been perceived as some sort of far-Right racist fascist bigot, and both his supporters and opponents moved forward based on that perception (a perception generated by both anti-White hysteria on the Left as well as wishful thinking, and Trump fanboyism, on the Right).

    The point is to leverage this perception to our advantage, in ways I’ve already described on my blog.

    We always need to distinguish Trump the man from Trump the public perception. The latter has always been more useful than the former. It’s the latter that is informing the current protests, which are doing an excellent job at promoting needed division in America.

  6. R_Moreland
    Posted November 17, 2016 at 11:35 am | Permalink

    Right, except that the 2016 presidential election was only one battle in a much larger struggle – albeit a very significant battle. Consider that a mere year ago the situation for the Alt Right appeared bleak. Then out of nowhere Trump throws his hat into the ring, runs an incredible campaign, routs the Establishment, and on 8 November is proclaimed de facto President Elect of the United States. And he does all this without the kind of overtly nationalist party you have in Europe. Think about it. UKIP and Front National have yet to duplicate this kind of victory.

    The thing is not to get overly concerned about the election process. We are not going to vote our way out of the demographic struggle. Even if the USA were to deport every last third worlder, we’d still be in a bind unless there was widespread White racial consciousness. After all, until 1965 the country was 90% White and that sure did not stop the tide. You are right in that the Alt Right can not get complacent. Yes, there’s been a week of well-deserved partying and exultation. Now it’s time to get to the real work.

    The Alt Right has to build on the Trump victory by creating a mass movement. A movement which can mobilize millions of people. Get White Americans out to rallies, into the streets, onto the campuses, into the newsrooms and in front of the centers of power. (That is, the kind of movement which is the foundation for the left in this country and allows them to march through the institutions.)

    What would a movement entail? Fronts to conduct information operations and legal defense. Fronts to mobilize students, workers, veterans, artists, intellectuals and just about everyone else. Fronts for self-defense against the usual leftist havoc. Fronts to support White families. Fronts to maintain Internet dominance and to network with nationalists worldwide. Fronts to raise money to pay for all of this.

    Can it be done? Now that Trump is in, there may be a billionaire out there willing to front the money. And there just may be mainstream conservative organizers, media personalities and fund raisers who are looking to defect to the Alt Right. And there needs to be consideration of more active alliances with the European New Right. They have tons of expertise which would be useful.

    OK, it’s easy enough for me to tap away about all this, but it will at least get people thinking. And hopefully acting.

  7. Consigliere
    Posted November 17, 2016 at 11:36 am | Permalink

    Your election summary was good (and should have been posted 11/9 as a separate “sticky” article).

    I was looking for a White percentage of 70-75% nationally; we were off by about 7-12%. The White percentage can be improved, and especially under the right circumstances.

    BTW, if Trump can add 1.5+M hi-end tech/manufacturing jobs in the 4 key swing Midwestern swing states, he’ll win them again in 2020. Obviously – much more easily said than done.

    Your list regarding “what do we tell them” is similar to others since the election. Illegals are a nuisance – no doubt. Technically, they have zero impact electorally. The logistics are also daunting: if we physically removed over the Rio Grande 5-10k per day nationally, that’s about 1.5-2.5M per year. That’s a lot of energy for little top-side electoral benefit.

    What I am saying is this: an electoral White strategy and a national White strategy (viz., ethnostate) are two different goals to pursue. We / you / the Gregs / the alt-right mostly write about the latter.

    So, (I believe) in accordance with the views and visions of Greg and Greg, we need to pursue an electoral strategy initially in an effort to “save America.” And if that is the case, then we need to devise specific actions that deliver the goals of the electoral strategy. The electoral strategy should center on the 11/9 voting district / county map – the “really red” one. Its key tenets would be “local nullification” and “electoral exclusion” – both my terms. Recent literature from C. Murray speaks about the former. We should employ his techniques / ideas. (The “Sailer Strategy” of maximizing White votes is inherent in the focus on the “red” map.)

  8. ex South African
    Posted November 17, 2016 at 11:49 am | Permalink

    Trump is ook nie meer jonk nie. As ek in sy skoene was, sou ek probeer om die wisselaars so te stel, dat na my aftrede/dood die trein in die regte rigting beweeg. Mens moet daarso hard slaan waar dit op die langtermyn seermaak, en nie net kortstondige populistiese oorwinnings skep nie, wat na sy bewindsjare maklik weer omgeswaai kan word. Meer sal hy dalk nie kan doen nie.”

    Trump is not that young anymore. If I stood in his shoes, I would try to change the signals in such a way that the train will move in the right direction after my retirement from politics.

    One has to hit there where it hurts the most on the long run, and not only create short term popular victories which can easily be undone after his term of service.

    I am not even sure points one to seven are the most urgent problems to be addressed on the long run. That is short term. The most urgent is perhaps to address the problem which caused points one to seven to exist in the first instance, and that is to cut a certain foreign body out of the American political system.

    • ex South African
      Posted November 17, 2016 at 11:53 am | Permalink

      To the mod. I am embarrassed. Please delete the first part, where I first put my thoughts down in Afrikaans, and then posted it without thinking. Sorry for that.

  9. R_Moreland
    Posted November 18, 2016 at 12:58 am | Permalink

    And as for that, what do we tell them?

    As long as I have this thing cranked up, I’ll add to Mr Quinn’s very fine list:

    Free Speech. The federal Department of Justice and state/local equivalents can start prosecuting Leftists who violate other people’s First Amendment rights; e.g., the instigators of the usual mob violence, speech codes and employment termination of ungoodspeakers.

    Civic order. Investigate the organizers responsible for the BLM mob rioting as well as the attacks on Trump rallies during the recent campaign. Emphasize organizers, the people giving the orders and paying the bills (including certain international financiers), not the cannon fodder in the streets. There are all sorts of conspiracy and racketeering laws which can be dusted off for this.

    Public Broadcasting. Give NPR and PBS marching orders: provide equal time for the Right. Especially the Alt Right. Just think about All Things Considered hosted by your favorite White Nationalist or the Breitbart crew. Heck, I’d settle for Rush Limbaugh!

    Concealed Carry. This should be the law of the land. For law abiding citizens. ’nuff said.

    Demolish the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Section 8 Housing Program. I know liberals who would rally behind this one as their property values nosedived following the importation of the underclass into their neighborhoods. Then convert the HUD building in DC into public housing and require the former HUD chiefs to live there too.

    End workplace/academia indoctrination. No more mandatory “diversity education.” Any institution that requires such indoctrination loses all government funding and contracts.

    White Studies. Any university which has a black/whatever ethnic studies department must also have a White equivalent. And I mean pro-White studies.

    No Secret Police. End the practice of using so-called “civil rights” groups to advise government agencies – especially law enforcement – about so-called “hate groups.” Better, investigate these “civil rights” groups for civil rights violations. And then give the so-called “hate groups” equal time for their narrative.

    Support dispossessed Whites worldwide. Start with White South Africans who are under the grip of ANC discrimination and criminal attacks. Put sanctions on the ANC regime until they end the havoc, and offer refugee status to any White who wants to get out. Perhaps even support an Afrikaner Spring to bring down the ANC.

    …and last but not certainly least…

    Abolish the TSA Replace it with an organization that will end the grope-fest at the airports and which might actually apprehend a terrorist or two. This alone will rally 90% of the country behind Trump.

  10. The Leveller
    Posted November 19, 2016 at 11:22 am | Permalink

    This is only the beginning of the struggle, Trump is great…if it was 1990 or whatever. I totally agree that complacency is poison here and the ‘buying time’ is really for preparing for darker days (literally). That said, enjoying the collapse of the media and the crybaby tantrums is useful for our morale as well as getting non communist supreme court justices (maybe). Use the Republicans for what they are worth as a vehicle but remember it is only one front of many.

    The sun is still going to cool and turn red…

    Too many white people are still too deluded, comfortable or skeptical for the sake of being skeptical in place of critical thought, and these are the ones with potential! White racial consciousness is the goal in the end, without it none of this matters.

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