Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
RamZPaul has put out a video going through some of the history of the “Alt Right” of the last few years. While there are some things in this video I personally disagree with quite strongly, I remember quite a few incidents that RamZPaul points out here, and I’d like help getting some of this on the record, documented with links preferably, for perhaps a permanent reference page on AryanSkynet to set the record straight.
This is a DRAFT, mostly from memory, and I invite corrections, additions, and context. If successful, this article will become a permanent reference to the events of the last few years and some of the personalities and connections of the “Alt Right.”
1. While the call for an “alternative right” originally came from the “conservative” Jew Paul Gottfriend, Richard Spencer’s mentor, Spencer started using the term for his original blog, AlternativeRight.com, a few years ago. Within a year or so, Spencer broke with his fellow AlternativeRight.com bloggers, Colin Lidell and Andy Nowicki, apparently over an “anti-Holocaust remembrance” article by Lidell. Spencer shut down the domain but Lidell and Nowicki kept blogging at alternative-right.blogspot.com. Spencer then joined the National Policy Institute and started RADIXJournal.com
2. The term “alt right” was used informally by a number of different groups for a few years, but it was the Breitbart.com blogger “Milo” that introduced the term to “normies” in an article where he interviews RamZPaul. RamZPaul had used the term to describe a “movement” or “tendency” at an AmRen conference in (I think) 2013 or 2014. RamZPaul included quite a bit of “NRx” Moldbuggery in his description of this new tendency.
3. Steve Bannon, the editor of Breitbart.com and now one of Trump’s most important advisors, started using the term “Alt Right” and called Breitbart.com the “center of the Alt Right” early in the campaign.
4. The “14/88” “neo-Nazi” types like Andrew Anglin and the Daily Stormer were opposed to the term “Alt Right” and were generally extremely hostile to Richard Spencer. Spencer was constantly attacked for being a “cuck” or “run by Jews.” During the infamous 2015 NPI conference, when Matt Heimbach was disinvited due to his “undisciplined appearances in the media” Heimbach affiliated groups like Trad Youth began a campaign against Spencer and NPI – assisted by Anglin, Weev, and the Daily Stormer – saying that Spencer was “controlled” by a “gay mafia” and that “Christians” were being “banned” from NPI due to their “opposition to homosexuality.”
Point: Matt Parrott complained bitterly that he and Heimbach had been “cut off financially.” Apparently, some group, presumably affiliated with NPI (perhaps the William Regnery group, had been funding Heimbach, Parrott, and Trad Youth, who despite appearing to be impoverished volunteers, nevertheless had the resources to travel around the country on a regular basis staging stunts for the media.
5. When Hillary Clinton used the term “Alt Right” in a speech to attack Trump, Bannon, and Breitbart.com, all of a sudden Richard Spencer became a media celebrity. He once again embraced the term “Alt Right” and started making plans for a new group.
6. During the Trump campaign, groups such as the Israeli Zionist front Rebel Media, headed by the Jew Ezra Levy, assisted by various youtube celebrities like Mike Cernovich, began attempting to use the term “Alt Right” to describe some sort of watered down, not pro-white tendency that liked Trump, was against “political correctness” and opposed Islam because it was “hostile to gays.” Branded the “Alt Lite” by some, these people began staging various media stunts such as “Twinks for Trump” and “Free Speech” rallies and disrupting Manhattan theaters by screaming something bizarre about “gerbils.”
7. The Zionist “Alt Lite” run by Rebel Media and the “Alt Right” run by Richard Spencer began fueding with each other and this feud continues to this day. The “Alt Lite” has essentially given up the term “Alt Right” and have started calling themselves the “New Right.”
8. Immediately after Trump won, NPI staged their infamous 2016 conference. Despite the fact that Richard Spencer and The Atlantic’s editor David Frum had been attacking each other in the media for nearly a decade, Spencer invited the Atlantic to the NPI conference to “document the event.” Predictably, the Atlantic ran a notorious hit piece trying to position NPI as some sort of “Nazi rally.” The Atlantic was assisted in this hit piece by five people who staged “Hailgate” for the cameras: two Jews, the Asian porn star Tila Tequila, and unknown NPI participant, and …
9. Mike Enoch of TheRightStuff.biz. Within a few months of “Hailgate” Enoch was “doxxed” by some group – a group likely including Rebel Media, Mike Cernovich, and the Antifa. Enoch was discovered to be married to a Jewish woman who was an anti-white and pro-transsexual activists. Enoch’s wife was not just aware of TheRightStuff.biz, but was in fact a participant in TheRightStuff.biz, a part of the show and occasionally doing bits with her husband. Later, Enoch’s mother was outed by Rebel Media as being a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton and apparently connected to the Democratic party.
10. After the Atlantic hit piece, Donald Trump and Steve Bannon denounced Richard Spencer, NPI, and much of the “Alt Right,” at least the parts that had anything to do with explicit White identity. Hailgate provided an opportunity for Trump and Bannon to “pivot to the center” and distance themselves from the groups the media were attempting to hang around their necks like an albatross.
11. Anglin and the Daily Stormer, after two or so years of attacking Spencer, NPI, and the Alt Right, turned on a dime and declared themselves to be “Alt Right” at some point during the Trump campaign, and came out strongly for Spencer after “Hailgate.” Spencer immediately returned the favor and begane doing radio appearances with Anglin. Anglin, for his part, declared that he was an “advisor” to Spencer and that Spencer was a “Nazi” but was still to “soft on the homosexuals.”
12. Daily Stormer celebrities such as Azzmodor began tailing Spencer’s public speaking events, giving performances to the media complete with “Hitler salutes” and diatribes about “the Holocaust.”
13. A few months ago, Jason Kessler, an Occupy Wall Street activist and liberal Democrat turned “Alt Right,” began organizing the “Unite the Right” rally, which was to include Richard Spencer, Mike Enoch, and even Matt Heimbach. Heimbach and Spencer had “made up” at some point and Spencer thanked Trad Youth for providing “muscle” to help fight the Antifa at one of his earlier events.
14. For his part, Matt Heimbach has spent the last few years bridging the gap between the “mainstream Alt Right” and fringe groups like the “National Socialist Movement” of Jeff Schoep and various “Ku Klux Klan” organizations. Both the NSM – which are stereotypical “Hollywood Nazis” complete with uniforms and swastika flags – and the Ku Klux Klan – were well represented at the “United the Right” rally and in fact the mainstream media attempted to portray the entire Unite the Right rally as consisting entirely of “neo-Nazis” and “Ku Klux Klans.”
15. Immediately in the aftermath of the Charlottesville rally, while everyone was focused on the Daily Stormer being kicked off of various internet platforms and having their domain “confiscated,” a number of mainstream pro-white groups, like VDare.com, were being “deplatformed.” The deplatforming was being excused by appealing to the “violence at the Charlottesville neo-Nazi KKK” rally and via guilt-by-association with the Daily Stormer, who had immediately ran a hit piece against the woman who was killed after the march.
Readers are invited to correct my timeline, correct my mistakes, clarify and contextualize events, and especially to provide links and documentation for the various personalities and groups involved.