What would the Alt Right look like if it was primarily a spiritual movement run on the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions? It couldn’t be in worse shape than it is now.
When my computer isn’t working right, I shut it down and restart.
As the Alt Right collapses, I wonder if its supporters will undergo a similar process. Stop what they’re doing, pause, ponder and go in a new direction under new leadership.
What if the Alt Right operated by the spiritual principles of the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions? Something like this?
1. We admitted we were powerless over demographics—that our lives had become unmanageable.
2. Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.
Is there any benefit to believing that there is something greater than yourself in the universe? I think so.
3. Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him.
Or you could take direction from the people you meet on 4Chan.
4. Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.
Instead of taking the moral inventory of out-groups, how about we begin with ourselves? Not other people. Us.
5. Admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.
What if we admitted our defects of character to another person? Would that help ground us in reality? Would members of the Alt Right be better off facing where they were selfish, self-seeking, dishonest, inconsideration and fearful?
6. Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character.
7. Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings.
8. Made a list of all persons we had harmed and became willing to make amends to them all.
9. Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.
10. Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it.
11. Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood Him, praying only for knowledge of His will for us and the power to carry that out.
12. Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to compulsive Alt Righters, and to practice these principles in all our affairs.
Instead of posting provocative flyers and spamming and trolling and provoking and triggering, we instead worked on our own character and developed a superior way of life that attracts people to us rather than repels 98% of normies.
The 12 Traditions of Alt Right Anonymous:
1. Our common welfare should come first; personal recovery depends upon Alt Right unity.
Instead of inviting the New York Times to follow you around for six months while knowing that you have been lying about your service in Iraq (aka Eli Mosley), you instead asks what is best for the cause rather than seek to feed your own delusions of grandeur?
2. For our group purpose there is but one ultimate authority–a loving God as He may express Himself in our group conscience. Our leaders are but trusted servants; they do not govern.
3. The only requirement for Alt Right Anonymous membership is a desire to stop incurring unsecured debt.
4. Each group should be autonomous except in matters affecting other Alt Right groups.
5. Each group has but one primary purpose–to carry its message to the Alt Righter who still suffers.
6. An Alt Right Anonymous group ought never endorse, finance, or lend the Alt Right name to any related facility or outside enterprise, lest problems of money, property, and prestige divert us from our primary purpose.
7. Every Alt Right group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions.
8. Alt Right Anonymous should remain forever non-professional, but our service centers may employ special workers.
9. The Alt Right, as such, ought never be organized; but we may create service boards or committees directly responsible to those they serve.
10. The Alt Right has no opinion on outside issues; hence the Alt Right name ought never be drawn into public controversy.
What if Alt Righters had the attitude that they should never be drawn into matters of public controversy? What if they went about their cause with humility and stayed in their lane?
11. Our public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio, and films.
I remember a lot of Alt Righters like Matt Heimbach, Matt Parrott and Eli Mosley whose delusions of grandeur did far more damage to their cause than these individuals could possibly repair.
12. Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our traditions, ever reminding us to place principles before personalities.
What if the Alt Right emphasized encouraging and understanding their enemies rather than making war on them? What if the Alt Right concentrated on providing support and comfort to those victimized by the current multiculti regime?
I was provoked to these crazy thoughts by looking at the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Hate Watch, which links to all these stories about the Alt Right imploding, including this one:
([Kyle] Bristow, it seems, could dish it out—but could not take it. “Seems strange to me that you’d think I’d need to utilize the services of the Lügenpresse in order to educate the public about something,” he wrote in response to my request for a press pass, using a Nazi slur meaning ‘lying press.’ “You and your ilk have zero rights at FMI’s events, and you will have even less rights in the forthcoming ethno-state. What I mean by this is the worst thing imagineable, and what this is I will leave to your imagination.” A month later he resigned from FMI.)
Matt Parrott, before he discovered his wife’s alleged affair with Heimbach and quit the party, echoed the sentiment. “The antifa have actually pretty much succeeded in achieving what the progressive left cannot, which is fully and finally deplatforming the hard right. That’s no small victory,” he wrote a day after the MSU demonstration. “They demoralized and disabled the majority of the altright, driving most of them off of the streets and public square.”
In the weeks before he retired from the Alt Right in the most self-pitying pathetic way possible, Kyle Bristol was taunting journalists all over Twitter and threatening genocides. Then a little later, he was crying uncle. How did he make such a dramatic about face? Because the guy wasn’t grounded. One minute he’s threatening to unleash another Holocaust and the next minute he just wants to be left alone. He doesn’t live his life on spiritual principles. He’s not grounded in reality. Humility means living in reality. Humiliation means being caught living outside of reality. Kyle Bristow got humiliated.
Matt Heimbach, Matt Parrot and the Traditional Workers Party destroyed themselves by not living life according to spiritual principles. One minute Heimbach believes he’s America’s fuhrer and is getting soaked by “Hail Heimbach” adulation, and the next minute he’s up inside his father-in-law’s wife and then choking out his poppa and threatening his wife and getting arrested.
When Alt Righters such as Kyle Bristow threaten new holocausts, they are invigorating the opposition. Every act we take brings reaction. Bristow trolled and got destroyed in return. He was arrogant and then he was whipped. One type of behavior leads to the other.
When Richard Spencer announced his dream of a white ethnostate, he unleashed a powerful opposition that has swamped him. If instead Spencer had stayed humble and ambiguous and away from IRL (in real life) activity, the Alt Right would still be known as merry pranksters rather than Nazis.
When a movement is obsessed with optics, it means it does not like the reality of who it is. A movement debating optics means a movement denying reality.
I was just in the parking lot of a small shopping center where an old man (in a yarmulke, no fingers) with his wife in a Prius appeared frozen. An SUV behind them honked once. Then that driver got out, walked over to the old man and asked him if he needed help. What a different approach from the Alt Right’s trolling. The SUV driver didn’t keep honking, didn’t scream or curse at the old man, instead he offered to be of service. What if the Alt Right was primarily known as a group primarily interested in being of service?
I’ve never had a rabbi ask me how I believed about God. Judaism is a tribe. Rabbis look out for the best interests of the tribe. My rabbis wanted to know if I had a job, a good job, a nice place to live, health care, counseling, a match, friends, a comfortable place in the community. They looked out for my welfare.
What if the leaders of the Alt Right put first the welfare of their supporters?
During recessions, congregational rabbis have often spent most of their time findings jobs for their flock. What if Alt Right leaders such as Richard Spencer and Jared Taylor helped their supporters find good jobs?
When a Jew is out of a job or in trouble or struggling with his health, he’ll typically turn to his rabbi for help. Why can’t Alt Right leaders become rebbes to their followers? Everybody needs a rebbe, a 12-step sponsor, an action partner you check in with every day to discuss your plans for moving towards your vision, and an action group to check in with every month. As iron sharpens iron, so too one man sharpens another.
If the Alt Right were run by rabbis, they’d warn their members to not say or do anything likely to harm their relationships with their family, their friends, their community, their work and their education. Rabbis never send their congregants out as cannon fodder in the face of superior opposition. If you were likely to get beaten up at a rally, rabbis would never send you out there to get hurt. If any Jew was talking to his rabbi about taking a controversial public stand that would likely cost him his job, the rabbi would always tell him not to do it. If a Jew asked a rabbi about participating in a demonstration that would likely cost him his job and his family, the rabbi would tell him not to do it.
How do Jews react to would-be converts? They discourage them because they know the damage such a conversion will likely do to the convert’s relationships with his family and friends. Rabbis aren’t eager to break up families. In Judaism, almost anything is permissible if it will lead to shalom bayit (peace in the home) and almost anything is permitted if it will save a life. Living in peace and tranquility and prosperity is a premium value in Judaism and the thought of giving that away for political activism is crazy from a Jewish perspective.
The most common reaction I get from Jews to my conversion is what did it do to my family? Rabbis don’t want to destroy families, including non-Jewish families.
When Jesus encouraged people to leave behind their families to follow him, and to allow the dead to bury the dead, he was speaking outside of Judaism.
When Jews become increasingly religious, rabbis watch out for the person harming his relationships with friends, family and work. If a person is going in a downward spiral as he becomes more religious, rabbis will do all they can to stop it. If your growing Torah observance is not enhancing your life, you are doing something wrong. So too if your growing involvement in the Alt Right is causing a loss of family and friends and income, you’re doing it wrong. Taking the red pill should mean you make more money, not less, that you have better relations with your family, not worse, that you have more standing in your community, not less.
You should never drop more red pills on a person than they can handle just as rabbis would never encourage a person to go around proselytizing Judaism in a way that angers other people. The path of Torah is the path of shalom. Torah scholars are supposed to increase peace in the world. Alt Right scholars should be laying out paths for people to grow in their Alt Right identity as they lead increasingly prosperous lives.
If ingesting the red pill is destroying your life, you’re doing something wrong and you should stop, take stock and seek guidance from someone wiser and more successful than yourself (such as a person making more than $100,000 a year).
If protesting for Zionism will get you fired, no rabbi will endorse that protest. If protesting for Zionism gets you shunned by your family, friends and community, your rabbi will tell you not to do it. Relationships matter. You don’t blow them up for your new political cause.
Rabbis would never had sent the Alt Right on to the streets when they were no resources to look after these people after they got hurt. Knowing how bad many Alt Right supporters would look to the general public, rabbis would have kept them away from IRL (in real life) activism knowing that their deportment would cause far more harm to the movement than good.
One professional Jew would do more for the Alt Right than 100 skinheads.
It’s amazing that the Alt Right has no money. Any moderately sized synagogue brings in more money per annum than the entire Alt Right.
From a Jewish perspective, Christianity is idolatry. Yet you will not find a Jew going around saying that. It’s just not done. It’s not how Jews comport themselves. It would be suicidal to go around telling Christians that they were idolaters while residing in their lands. So why would the Alt Right use Nazi language such as “lugenpresse” and “Hail victory” (English for Seig Heil)? Surely the AR realized this would increase their enemy’s intensity 100 times. Did the AR really expect that these Nazi whistles would increase their own membership and its enthusiasm 150 times? Impossible. Instead, this Nazi larping attracted a bad crowd and discouraged decent people from joining its ranks.
When Europeans found out about some of the negative things about goyim in the Talmud, they were not happy and started burning volumes of Jewish text. How did Jews respond? By trolling? No way. They tried to reduce tension by saying that those negative statements about “akum” (idolaters) were directed at people in the ancient world and did not apply to Christians today. Of course, this was a deliberate deception and even though rabbis may publicly say such things, everyone who’s based in the Talmud knows that these texts on “akum” are still widely applied to Christians. But that’s Jews talking to Jews. Jews don’t talk this way to the wider world. Jews see no reason to make the wider world angrier at them.
Why does the Alt Right package its movement in a way to maximize opposition when it could package itself in a way to minimize opposition? If the Alt Right became a spiritual movement, who’s going to get upset at a spiritual movement? There’s no incentive to destroy a spiritual movement centered around love and service.
Since Trump’s election, every major decision by Alt Right leadership has been a disaster and the AR has been publicly shown to attract the same criminally-inclined, violence-prone marginal men that have stocked neo-nazis groups for 60 years. To normies, these guys look like losers. It didn’t have to be this way. The Alt Right could have packaged itself as a bunch of smart high-achievers with a good sense of humor and a love of their own people.
From my emails and Youtube comments:
* Hi Luke,
This is to let you know how much I’ve been enjoying your recent livestreams on the subject of the alt-right.
I was surprised to realise that the Luke Ford interviewing Enoch, Striker, etc, was the same LF whose pornography gossip column I used to read in the late 90s. I was even more surprised then to discover that LF had undergone a spiritual conversion and was an Orthodox Jew and Alexander practitioner. (Having listened to you for several hours now I realise your conversion was not in any way recent.)
Funnily enough, you were my first ever ‘red pill’ – as you were featured on a late-night show on Channel 4 in the UK called DisinfoNation. You may remember it. Alongside plenty of salacious material related to pornography, the show aired a lot of controversial material which would almost certainly no longer be deemed acceptable today. There was a lot of counter-cultural, conspiracy stuff… and I leaped down the rabbit hole with zeal. That journey ended, some 15 years later, with the alt-right – via David Icke, Mormonism, Osho Rajneesh and all manner of weirdness.
I have a great deal of empathy with the ambivalence you evince for your tradition. I too have always sought to deconstruct whichever community has welcomed me, with often disastrous results, and have suffered accordingly. Thinking back on it, I remember this was an issue for you even in your porn days. I read several message threads on your old gossip site from starlets and others in ‘the industry’ questioning whether LF was ‘pro-porn’ or ‘anti-porn’. Nobody could seem to work our your motivation even then, and I see the same thing happening today amongst the alt-right. I admit I at first thought you were giving ‘our guys’ rope to hang themselves with – after all, Enoch needs no great encouragement to run his mouth off – but I know now that this is not the case. You have a great gift for empathy, and as one with a similar gift, I know authenticity when I see it.
P.S I enjoyed the Vegas Tenold book a lot. Did you catch the cameo from Striker right at the end?
As soon as I got there Matthew Parrot told me I had to leave. “Nazi Joe is here, and he’d be fucking pissed we invited a journalist. He’s going to come up and start something. You guys better get out.” As menacing a name as it was, I soon found out that “Nazi Joe” was an alias the TWP used for Eric Striker, undoubtedly another alias. Striker was a short, skinny kid with a big head and cartoonish features who liked to rant against Jews on the website the Daily Stormer. He was about as daunting as a very small dog, but his animosity spread among the usually bookish TWP crowd and, in some way I couldn’t quite put my finger on, altered the tenor of my relationship with the group. Matthew wasn’t there, but Striker said he spoke for him when he said I could stay but “the kike had to go.” I was taken aback by the aggression. It felt more like a skinhead gathering than a TWP party.
I was still watching that episode with TTWL on Jews, Christians, and The West. I got to the part where you describe the example of the Jewish father who was willing to rent a date for his awkward son to take to the prom.
Now that the prodigal Manik is back in the fold, allow me to do my best (affectionate) Manik impression.
MB: “So, Luke, I was watching one of your older videos. I didn’t know Jewish fathers would be willing to rent Jewish girls for their son to take to the prom. Its even more surprising that a Jewish father would rent her daughter out for a prom date. That’s so generious.”
LF: “No, that’s not what he meant. No self-respecting Jew would prostitute his own daughter in such a way. Every Jewish father would know that. No Jewish man would ever think someone would rent their daughter out as a ‘date.’ He was going to rent a shicksa for his son.”
MB: “So if I got this right, it’s okay to rent non-Jewish girls for ‘enjoying the world,’ but not okay to rent out Jewish girls for people to ‘enjoy the world’ *with*.”
LF: “That’s right.”
MB: “And you don’t see a Jewish double-standard there?”
LF: “Oh, I do, but you have to understand….”
MB: “Btw, I’ve always wanted to know. What does ‘shicksa’ mean?”
LF: “It’s just a Yiddish word for a non-Jewish woman.”
MB: “Yeah but what’s the origin, I mean, what’s the connotation.”
LF: “You actually don’t want to know.”
Me: Happy Easter.
If Judaism sees the purpose to be enjoyment of this life and this earth, then how come so much of Jewish tradition is focused on suffering? Both secular-modern and religious tradition seems to focus on suffering, not enjoyment.
From Youtube’s recommendations I came upon the video of you and TruthWillLive taking about Jews, Christians, and the West. I didn’t get my answer of why LA converted, but this came up.
Looking at it from the pov of an idolatrous Christian outsider who is actually Jewish-friendly despite no longer wanting you lot involved in anything having to do with intellectual and cultural pursuits that impact us idolaters,* Judaism does seem more worldly, but otoh it seems, behaviorally – believe demonstrated in action – that Jews were put on this Earth to kvetch.
*Except I also have a dichotomy on this because I would happily join arm-in-arm with Orthodox Jews like yourself to suppress the poz (peacefully, of course. If the Dragnet is watching my mails and hoovering everything up into its big data vacuum in Utah, the following is for them [I am sure LF already understands and agrees]: I do not for a second advocate the initiation of aggressive violence against anyone, only our right of self-defense against aggressors, mass rapists, pillagers, invaders, despoilers of civilization, people who openly, candidly say they want those related to me and who I love gone/eliminated, and any other force or element normally considered subject to just response to, proportionate to whatever is needed to prevent them from engaging in it ever again – “Never Again” is for me and mine, too; and I welcome self-defensive alliance with those like LF who also want to save their people from this rising tide of hostile actors).
* The AR need to, en mass, convert to orthodox Judaism. They can then create internet content to their heart’s content w/ no fear of censorship or de-platforming. Simple.
If you are in the UK, replace Orthodox Judaism w/ Islam. Same results, guaranteed.
* I have empathy for JF (I have not been physically promiscuous, it’s not that kind of empathy), and for Heartiste (who you mentioned), and indeed for the women. “They know not what they do.” Heartiste does, though (so my empathy is of a different sort). I read Heartiste fairly prolifically for a few years, and you can tell he’s a disillusioned romantic. He knows that these activities are not making things better. But he’s caught in the world we live in, not the world he’d rather have lived in. A great quote from Centennial comes to mind: “fish can decide which way to swim. But they cannot stop the river.”
Back to my main point: these things become mutually-reinforcing, socially-undermining processes. It’s a spiral. Was promiscuity a first cause? Or simply evidence of? I don’t know if it was the *first* cause of our social disorder or decay. But once unleashed (and it *was* unleashed) it is a contributory factor. My guess is there is a reason why we became susceptible to the bad (deliberately bad) intellectual seduction to engage in it. But once unleashed it moves the process along.
My mother and I have talked about this in other contexts, and in the contexts of what’s happening in the UK (and likely here): all of our girls have been “pre-groomed” before the “Grooming” (or PUA seduction) takes place. And it does not make things better. It has not made individuals or society better off. It has not made people happier (happiness is a poor metric anyhow; “Utilitarianism” is wrong. But that is a whole new topic so I won’t go into it). It’s made family life (the building block of a healthy society) less stable, and it’s made social relations less stable. It’s just bad. But people engage in it and also as a symptom of/result of other factors, too. (Though we, of course, are all also individually responsible for our conduct; so, that part said, my sympathetic empathy is severely tempered as well).
* I have a real problem with Kevin McDonald’s explanation for Jewish behavior. I understand he is an evolutionary biologist, but i don’t understand how you can argue a whole group of people engages in unethical behavior because of their “genes”. With E. Micheal Jones at least we have a cultural, theological and dare i say metaphysical explanation, which, whether true or not at least doesn’t imply that Jews are unethical and duplicitous by “nature”, but are so because of their culture and identity. This is the real Achilles heel of his entire argument, and it is also contradictory, because you cannot claim that Jewish behavior in unethical, only to imply ethics or morality do not exist, for that’s the logical conclusion of ascribing “evolutionary” causes to human behavior. And if Jews are unethical by nature, what solution can there be besides expulsion? And can we even make a moral case against them, if all they are doing is follow the dictates of their genetic programming, or what have you? How is this not purely deterministic thinking that does away with morality, free will and anything like that?
If Jews behave badly, they can only be brought to account if they can be made culpable of any bad behavior they engage in, which is to say that they DO have a choice to behave differently.
* “The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.” I think this quote sums up some of the more hyperbolic statements made by people on this stream including Luke and Hawley, the speaker in the video. I have a different theory for the current times we are in regarding the alt-right.
What we are witnessing right now is one era ending and a new one, one with far more turbulence and testing, beginning. The negative feeling that many are starting to get is not going to be ending soon, but they are eventually going to get stronger resistance to it until they will be nearly immune. The entire movement itself will become stronger and more immune to negativity it faces from the outside of it. That is because this will be a time of conflict, in-fighting, debating, scrutiny, shedding of dead weight, and overall, this will be the transition from a figurative adolescence into adulthood. This will be the rite of passage era, and it will be do or die.
The first era, when it was in a figurative boyhood, it was based on memes and humor, it was immature and carefree, somewhat nihilistic, not much introspection, and many ideologies were lumped under the alt-right umbrella, warmly welcomed for a time. There was a lack of criticism from one of those ideas towards the other and this was not only accepted but encouraged temporarily. The movement was almost entirely outward facing and founded on memes and humor, ‘triggering the normies’ was the name of the game, and there was even a temporary alliance with the more center-right groups and ideologies to get a President elected.
I think the first sign of this era ending was the TRS doxxing debacle. It was one of the first times that comes to memory where the alt-right had to do some introspection and it had to analyze itself. They had to decide what was acceptable, what was forgivable, who would stand on each side of the short-lived conflict, and what that meant for the potential for those two opposing views and how they wanted to approach the TRS situation to continue on together, if they could even consider themselves under the same umbrella. We then saw the same sort of situation happen during the alt-right’s “thotgate” and the inner debate on what the role of women should be going forward.
The days of ‘triggering the normies’ with memes are mostly over. It’ll always be a small part of it and will never just outright end completely, but it’s no longer effective in serving the current interests. I think we are in this situation right now where we have so many various ideas and approaches that are meant to deal with the problems that all parties involved agree need to be handled somehow. The acceptance of these factors we are facing in the world right now as “problems” for whites that need “solutions” – this is the only unifying adhesive that the label ‘alt-right’ can be created around.
Now it’s time for the alt-right to decide what it wants to be. What is the extent to which it will be able to find solutions that all parties identified as ‘alt-right’ can agree on and rally around? This is a question that will be causing a lot of debates and in-fighting within the movement itself in the coming months and years. It’ll face a lot of durability testing, specifically because of how these groups have learned to handle political conflict, turning these tactics in on each other will be messy.
If the alt-right can get through this, it comes out a man. It will go forward with a sense of solidarity and focus we have never seen from it before. Argumentation will be sharpened against groups and affiliations outside of the alt-right. It will come to mean something much less ambiguous. Those who will be considered alt-right will be much less hesitant and unsure of themselves. The fear to act, from the members who make up the movement, caused by the uncertainties that come with the ambiguous nature the alt-right was formed in, will eventually subside. The problems/solutions debated upon will have winning approaches emerge. The turbulence it will face will give those who brave the storm and come out the other side a seasoned perspective and an unshakable connection to the movement.
* I see a lack of resources as a huge limiting factor & I wonder why funding is so limited? Do you think the AR should make appeals to Gen-Xers & Boomers who were more aligned to the conservative, religious right of the 90’s? They have the money, but, seem unsure about supporting the atheistic/nihilistic elements present in the Alt-Right now. Is this something debated in the AR?
* A big reason why white people are in the position that we’re in is because other groups have taken advantage of our kindness and empathy. They view it as a weakness and as a consequence our lands are being invaded and we’re about to become extinct. We extended our hands out in friendship to the world and now the 3rd world is conquering us.
The biggest problem with the alt-right is that most white people have a heart. If whites were willing to do what is necessary to get the job done, like Jews, this would be over in a week. Morality, kindness, empathy, etc. these are things that have held back white people. Only the most ruthless and strong survive – that’s just the way it is. Other races win out because they’re willing to commit evil and evil is what gets ahead in today’s world.
And do you know how to make money in today’s world? Just tell people what they want to hear. Want to make love to an amazing woman? Just tell her what she wants to hear. Want that big job? Just tell the employer what he wants to hear. I was able to do this for a while with amazing results, but after a time, I felt empty and it bogged me down. In my nature I’m just too much of an honest person to pursue any serious wealth. Goodness, I’m finding it mentally draining just manipulating 50 people a day in my sales job to make ends meet, manipulating millions of “normies” isn’t something I can naturally do.
What the alt-right should learn from the Jews is that the majority of white people fail naturally at being evil. . . Yet our goodness is what kills us, we’re screwed.
* Defending our people isn’t evil, and in fact it is the highest moral good. Jews do what is good for the Jews and they see this as a good thing.
We must do the same.
Accepting our own demise is evil. Allowing our women to be raped is evil. Allowing the third world invasion is evil. Not standing up for our people is evil.
* The losing strategy was taking it off the internet in the same way and being serious about it.
Luke’s right that the real world activism should have been wholly positive, white bread, and passive.
The edgy humor when left alone to the internet helps redpill people Bigly. It’s the only taboo you aren’t allowed to touch socially and that is where comedy will eventually go. Leftists have usd humor to defang ever other tabooa nd push their narratives until they have more bugaboos than taboos.
It’s when people play NAZI for real instead of Larping to redpill that problems started to appear as established organizations and people with power could point to real life pictures of people and events alongside pictures of internet comments and create a plausible narrative of NAZI revival in the USA that Leftist loons would lap up with glee.
* My grandfather is a protestant pastor, my family extremely christian and have passed down hebrew names for generations, first born males all have the middle name Samuel. Coming into the alt-right was therefore difficult for me, my grandfather had no sons and as a theologian he is quite the philosemite and instilled that in me, I feel a deep understanding with Luke in that way having been raised to idolize a people and learn that they rarely have more than contempt for me and mine.
* Luke, I just watched your new 12 steps video and I like it. There are no real world leaders in the Alt-Right. Thought leaders yes, critics yes, and loads of media personalities, but no real leaders of men as of now. This is why nothing gets done and a lot of what you said was true. I’ve been watching your youtube videos for years.
If I may, I would suggest you check out this podcast recently that discussed this very subject. –> “REBEL YELL 311” . The TRS.biz boys host it.
Also, you really should listen to Musonius Rufus. It would be really cool if you could get him on your podcast and he is wicked smart. He is a Southern Alt-Right White Nationalist. Strangely enough while he recognizes the JQ, he shares a lot of your views about “Goy” responsibilty and has had Right-Wing Jews on his show many times before. This act and his unique more accepting views have gotten distance put between him and the other TRS personalities at various times over the years as the TRS guys have swung back in forth between the “wifegate” episode and the real world activism episodes.