Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
There is a sinister organization that is trying to worm its way in to our ranks, and we must not be duped, we must not be deceived. This is serious business. We have heard what conservatism is, we have to make sure we know what conservatism is not.
Just a few years ago, this hate-filled, left-wing fascist group hijacked the very term “alt-right.” That term, “alt-right,” it has been used for a long time in a very good and normal way. This group has hijacked it – hijacked the term. And they did it intentionally because they wanted to deceive the media and they wanted to deceive you all about what they stand for so they can try to become normalized – and we must not allow them to become normalized. They are not part of us. They stole the term specifically to confuse us.
We know who these people are. They met just a couple of months ago in Washington DC, spewing their hatred and make their “Heil Hitler” salutes. They are anti-semites, they are racists, they are sexists. They hate the Constitution, they hate free markets, they hate pluralism, they hate and despise everything we believe in. They are not an extension of conservatism. … They are nothing but garden variety, left-wing fascists.
Dan Schneider, American Conservative Union
The fact is, people want to talk to me, they don’t want to talk to these boring conservatives. They want to learn about ideas whose time has come and not ideas whose time has passed. Everyone realizes there has to be identity politics. White people defined the United States, but now we are experiencing an increasing minority status. In terms of the wider culture and institutions, we are in effect a hated group. We are a group that people want to overcome. “Oh, we need less white people in this institution or in this movie. We need a non-white person or a non-white male to run for President or something.”
Richard Spencer, National Policy Institute.
“Conservatives won a great victory,” said Jim DeMint, leader of the Heritage Foundation think tank and a former GOP South Carolina senator, reflecting on Trump’s victory. “But all that did was to get us out of the stands and on the field. Now the real fight begins.”
DeMint, whose group has pressed for years to repeal ObamaCare, called on the GOP-led Congress to immediately dismantle the 2010 health care law, saying the argument that a replacement plan must also be in place is “ludicrous.”
He also called upon fiscal conservatives on Capitol Hill to immediately cut taxes and simplify the tax code “because Congress won’t touch taxes next year, in an election cycle.”