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Advice For The Right

By Avialae Horton

In the midst of the announcement of the white civil rights event known as “Unite the Right II”, the Right is enduring an increasingly severe divergence among its adherents. Civic nationalists oppose ethnic nationalists with enormous vehemence, as was recently seen in the internal conflict between Conservatives at the “Speak English Please” and “Trump Unity” rallies; national socialists and other radicals within the Alt-Right have retaliated with heightened aggression and radicalized rhetoric, and leftist terrorists and agitators like Antifa and Black Lives Matter loom over, thoroughly searching for any meager opportunity to further subvert and desecrate the movement. Organizers of the UTR event, including myself, have been doxxed, repeatedly harassed, and physically threatened. Meanwhile, moderates, alternative Libertarians and others are forced into a state of perplexity while observing the tumultuous incongruity surrounding them. As an individual who resides within the core of this inflamed ideological warfare, I have contemplated extensively on how to salvage the advantageous elements of the movement and construct a new ideology of populism and nationalistic identity that may garner greater support from moderates, alternative libertarians, identitarians, and those of intellectual merit in the Alt-Right.

‘Holy Shit’: Breitbart’s Leaked Google Anti-Trump Video

by Breitbart News’ Allum Bokhari

Journalists, media executives, and political figures reacted Wednesday afternoon to a Breitbart News report revealing leaked footage of Google’s first all-hands meeting following the 2016 presidential election in which executives of the Silicon Valley giant expressed disillusionment with President Donald Trump’s victory.

As reported earlier by Breitbart News’ Allum Bokhari, the eye-brow raising footage shows Google co-founder Sergey Brin contrasting supporters of President Trump with fascists driven by “boredom.”

Google Nazis

“The Google co-founder then asks his company to consider what it can do to ensure a “better quality of governance and decision-making.” VP for Global Affairs Kent Walker argues that supporters of populist causes like the Trump campaign are motivated by “fear, xenophobia, hatred, and a desire for answers that may or may not be there,” writes Bokhari.

Does Diversity Really Unite Us?

The following is adapted from a speech delivered on April 11, 2018, at a Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar in Colorado Springs.

President Trump’s zero-tolerance policy for illegal border crossers has provoked a hysterical reaction from Democrats, establishment Republicans, the progressive-liberal media, Hollywood radicals, and the deep state. What particularly motivated the ire of these Trump-haters was the fact that the zero-tolerance policy would require the separation of parents and children at the border. The hysteria was, of course, completely insincere and fabricated, given that the policy of separating children and parents was nothing new—it had been a policy of the Obama and Bush administrations as well.

Furthermore, where is the compassion for the thousands of American children who are separated from their parents every year as a result of arrests and convictions for non-violent crimes? Many of those arrested are single mothers whose infants become wards of the government until their mothers complete their sentences. No hysteria or effusive compassion is elicited by these separations, confirming that the object of the hysteria surrounding illegal border crossers is to force open borders on the nation under the guise of compassion for children.

How the Left is Outsourcing Censorship of the Internet

Liberals control every newspaper in America, as far as I know, except the Manchester Union Leader. They control CBS, ABC, NBC and every cable network except Fox News. They control what is left of the news magazines, and pretty much every other magazine, too. Only talk radio and the pesky internet lie outside their grasp, so that is where they seek to impose censorship.

But they have a problem: the First Amendment. The government can’t suppress conservative speech on the ground that it is “hate speech,” i.e., something that liberals don’t like. That was recently reaffirmed by a 9-0 decision of the Supreme Court.

In June of 2017 Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote separately, also for four justices, but on this point the opinions agreed:

A law found to discriminate based on viewpoint is an “egregious form of content discrimination,” which is “presumptively unconstitutional.” … A law that can be directed against speech found offensive to some portion of the public can be turned against minority and dissenting views to the detriment of all. The First Amendment does not entrust that power to the government’s benevolence. Instead, our reliance must be on the substantial safeguards of free and open discussion in a democratic society.

So liberals have outsourced censorship of the internet to their tech titans allies of Silicon Valley.

Black Lives Murder

Police have made at least two arrests in the killing of the mayor of a small North Carolina town and his wife, authorities announced Friday.

Leggett Mayor Gary Skelton and his wife, Jackie, were found dead in their home Thursday afternoon. Police went to the home after they got a call that Jackie Skelton, a nurse, failed to show up for work, police said.

“It sickens me and they were the epitome of good people. They were awesomely good people,” Town Commissioner Teresa Summerlin told WRAL.

Edgecombe County Sheriff Cleveland Atkinson announced Friday that Keith Earl Williams, 25, who lived in the area and has a criminal history, was arrested and charged with first-degree murder. A second man, who was not identified, was also arrested.

US Justice Department Rips Open Massive Jew School Fraud in New York

Seven Jews, including a Rabbi, have been indicted by the US Department of Justice (DOJ), in Rockland, New York, for a fraud scheme which stole over $14 million from the taxpayers in the form of an elaborate scam involving Jewish schools, Jewish teachers, and Jewish IT contractors all working together to defraud the state.

According to a statement issued by the DOJ, Simon Goldbrener, a/k/a “Simon Goldbrenner,” a/k/a “Shimon Goldbrenner,” Peretz Klein, Susan Klein, a/k/a “Suri Klein,” Ben Klein, a/k/a “Benzion Klein,” a/k/a “Benzi Klein,” Moshe Schwartz, Sholem Steinberg, and Aron Melber, a/k/a “Aharon Melber,” have been charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and wire fraud charges in connection with the federal program known as “E?rate,” which provides subsidies for affordable telecommunications equipment and related services to qualified schools.

SPLC’s Heidi Beirich: A Character Assassin Under the Banner of ‘Peace, Respect, and Understanding’

By Jerry Kammer on August 24, 2018

Before Heidi Beirich began working at the Southern Poverty Law Center in 1999, she was a left-wing ideologue preparing for a career in the academy. She was a graduate of UC Berkeley and had earned a doctorate in political science from Purdue, where she pursued her interest in the maladies of “white nationalism and neo-fascism”. She was steeped in the ideology of postmodernism, which regards the history of Western Civilization — especially in the United States — as an endlessly dreary tale of oppression in the service of white supremacy. As Beirich told ABC News, “I think sometimes Americans forget that this country was founded on white supremacy.”

Those of us who are now alarmed at the extremism of the SPLC should not forget that it once did heroic work against the Ku Klux Klan, winning lawsuits that drove several branches of the hooded fanatics into bankruptcy. From its base in Montgomery, Ala., its fundraising materials solemnly invoke a vision of “peace, respect, and understanding”. That is the voice of the admirable SPLC.

Heidi Beirich has been instrumental in building the contemptible side of the SPLC, the side, which, as we reported in 2010, is marked by “a poverty of ideas, a dependence on dishonesty, and a lack of fundamental decency.” She routinely engages in distortion, half-truths, cheap shots, smears, and character assassination. She is the SPLC’s princess of darkness. She is the reason why National Review has written that while the SPLC was “once valuable”, it has become “hateful and vile”.

19 Illegal Aliens Charged For Voting in 2016 Presidential Election

19 illegal aliens were indicted on charges of illegal voting during the 2016 presidential election, the DOJ said Friday.

But the Democrats and their media mouthpieces told us that the notion that illegal aliens are voting is just a conspiracy theory made up by right-wingers.

The illegal aliens indicted come from many different countries including Mexico, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Haiti and Nigeria–talk about election interference.

The Southern Poverty Law Center’s Perfect Storm

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical left and Islamic terrorism.

The nation’s longest running civil rights mail order scam has almost $450 million in assets.

The Southern Poverty Law Center, founded by a lawyer who had formerly defended a violent racist who beat a Freedom Rider on behalf of the KKK, has a swollen bank account but is headed for a reckoning.

Like most big scams, the SPLC is a victim of its own success. The Klan, which its founder had once helped before launching a lucrative career of fighting it, is irrelevant. And the SPLC’s efforts to expand into fighting the Christian groups it deems “homophobes” and critics of Islamists whom it accuses of “Islamophobia” have begun to backfire on the venerable civil rights mail order scam organization.

Jeff Sessions: The DOJ ‘Will Not Partner With Groups That Unfairly Defame Americans’ Like the SPLC

On Wednesday, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions denounced the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) for weaponizing its “hate group” designations against conservative organizations, and pledged that the Department of Justice (DOJ) will not partner with hate groups or groups that defame Americans. He spoke in front of the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), a Christian legal organization that has won 9 Supreme Court cases in the last seven years and that has been unfairly defamed as a “hate group” by the SPLC.

“I have ordered a review at the Department of Justice to make sure that we do not partner with any groups that discriminate,” the attorney general declared. “We will not partner with groups that unfairly defame Americans for standing up for the Constitution or their faith.”

He made this promise shortly after explaining the history of the Southern Poverty Law Center. “People of faith are facing a new hostility. Really, a bigoted ideology which is founded on animus towards people of faith,” Sessions declared. “You’ll notice that they don’t rely on the facts. They don’t make better arguments. They don’t propose higher ideals. No, they just call people names—like ‘hate group.'”

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