Author: Lawrence Murray
Has the Alt Lite Embraced the [North American] New Right?
The following is reprinted from Atlantic Centurion.
Since the Alt Right tends to be a little extreme for the average pro-Trump blogger or supplements salesman, the loose collection of civic nationalists and cultural libertarians we’ve taken to calling the Alt Lite or Alt RINOs has started grasping for a label to give itself. (more…)
Rules for Radicals: A Practical Primer for Realistic Radicals
New York: Random House, 1971
Rules for Radicals is [in]famous for its purported influence, and that of author (((Saul Alinsky))), among liberal and Left-wing ideologues and politicians in the United States, including Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. The political bent of this classic but reviled work by a community organizer from Chicago is shown on the very first page of the introduction by referencing “Joe McCarthy’s holocaust.” (more…)
Well it’s come down to the wire. You were probably hoping to pull the lever for Jeb Bush right about now. Some of you are writing in John McCain to signal your piety towards the 2000-2008 Republican party line. (more…)
The main sound bite from the third presidential debate seems to be that Trump would not unequivocally accept the results of the election if he loses. In other words, Trump would reject the “peaceful transfer of power” so sacred to American democracy. At least, that’s what many observers are claiming. Trump, by refusing to say he would recognize a Clinton victory, is implying something “horrifying.” (more…)
From the Jordan to the Moskva, war drums beat. The powder keg that set off the first world war was ethno-religious conflict in the lands of the former Ottoman Empire, and in a sense it threatens to do so once more. (more…)
I wanted the full experience, so I went to go see The Birth of a Nation (2016) in a black neighborhood. That in and of itself was actually pretty entertaining. For starters, I don’t think I’ve ever seen more people browsing their sailfoams during a movie. There was always extra light emanating from somewhere in the theater. Black people are also extremely loud, so loud in fact that an employee, also black, had to come in and tell people to be quiet during the movie. (more…)
Catlady Ascendancy hierophant Hillary Clinton recently published a post on her campaign website blaspheming against the avatar Pepe, who is a meme incarnation of the Egyptian pagan god of chaos, Kek. The offensive post, “Donald Trump, Pepe the frog, and white supremacists: an explainer,” (more…)
September 7, 2016 Lawrence Murray
Jim Webb’s Born Fighting: How the Scots-Irish Shaped America
Born Fighting: How the Scots-Irish Shaped America
New York: Broadway Books, 2004
Former Virginia Senator (2007-2013), Secretary of the Navy (1988-1989), Marine, and unapologetic Vietnam War veteran Jim Webb launched a quixotic bid for the Democratic presidential nomination last year, withdrawing in a few months. (more…)
Frog memes and hate speech.
Well that would be the answer on Twitter.
The Alt-Right is a synod of dissident right-wing, nationalist, identitarian, and fascist (oy vey!) thinkers opposed to the postwar liberal order in the White nations of Europe and the Anglosphere. (more…)
One of the many paths to power for alt-right ideas would be to control substantial elements of the federal government. This scenario has major limitations given the Constitution and the inertia that exists in the American system due to the nebulous divisions of sovereignty it imposes. (more…)
On the fourth night of the Republican National Convention, presidential nominee Donald J. Trump gave an unheard of, albeit leaked, 75-minute speech. I watched most of it, but like many people of my generation, my attention was divided across multiple screens. From my television set, the voice of the authoritarian populist some consider to be literally Hitler blared through my quarters. (more…)