In Hunter Wallace’s latest interview with Red Ice posted on AltRight.com, he expressed surprise at how the “Alt Lite” is full of homosexuals, degenerates, race mixers, and single people without children. He points out that while these people were welcomed at the “Deplora-Ball” celebrating Trump’s win, regular old-fashioned White Nationalists like he and his wife were excluded. He marvels at how this “Alt Lite” finds Milo – a Jewish homosexual who poses for “art” bathing in pig’s blood and endorses “Twinks for Trump” – completely acceptable but “racists” – i.e., racially conscious White people – are not.
The reason why Wallace is confused is because he misunderstands the nature of the Alt Lite, Donald Trump and his campaign, and the “New Right” phenomenon generally. The main reason he doesn’t understand what is going on is because he’s never taken seriously the events of 15 years ago and everything that has happened since.
The “Alt Lite” – Milo, Gavin McInnis, Lauren Southern, the “Gorilla Mindset” guy – are all only “Alt” because they are Donald Trump boosters.
Well, who is Donald Trump?
The left, the liberals, and the Democrats are of course peddling nonsense when they say that Trump is a “racist” or a “sexist” or an “anti-semite” or “Hitler.” The Democrats say that about all Republicans. The reality should be obvious to everyone:
Donald Trump is a New York liberal Democrat.
So it should not at all be surprising that the people supporting Donald Trump would also be, essentially, urban liberals. These are not social conservatives – neither is Trump. These are not people who are pro-white – neither is Trump. What do they all have in common, aside from the fact that they support Trump?
They hate Muslims and see “radical Islam” as a threat to the West.
In the case of people like Milo and Trump’s other gay fans, one only needs to look to one of the first anti-Muslim European leaders: Pym Fortyn. Back in the early 2000s, Fortyn was the Donald Trump of the Netherlands. He was “socially liberal, economically conservative.” He was a flamboyant homosexual. He opposed mass Muslim immigration precisely because Muslims tended to be socially conservative. Muslim were against homosexuality, liberated women, abortion, pornography and sexual liberation in general.
What Hunter Wallace may be too young to realize is that before the George W. Bush administration, most Muslims in America were Republicans. Many conservative Christians in America saw Muslims as natural allies against social liberalism. Muslims were represented in the pro-life movement. The Bush family was traditionally seen as “Arabist” and had strong ties to the Muslim world through the oil industry.
Well, what happened that turned Republicans and socially conservative Christians against Muslims?
You get two guesses and the first one doesn’t count.
Hunter Wallace may recall his own run-ins a few years ago with the neo-conservative David Frum and his protege, the self-described “Satanic libertarian” Alex K. Alex K was a gay “libertarian” that was strongly anti-Islam, a supporter of the war against Iraq and the Muslim world generaly. Just like Milo, Alex K. was eventually fired because of disturbing sexual comments he made about underage boys, infamously describing the then teenage Justin Bieber as a “Child I’d Life To Fuck.” Milo’s implosion is virtually identical to the implosion of the young neo-con five years ago.
As Donald Trump’s entire career has been promoting anti-racism (i.e., anti-whiteness) gay acceptance, socially liberal values, and sexual liberation, it’s not particularly surprising that those people are his staffers. Also considering that Donald Trump is a long time extremely strong supporter of the Zionist regime in Palestine – actually spending the last decade acting as a proxy for the Likud party – it also shouldn’t be a surprise that Trump is the most anti-Muslim President in US history.
Trump is a neo-con. Obviously.
Neo-conservative Jews have always been strongly anti-White America, strong supporters of mass immigration, strong supporters of social liberalism via issues like “gay marriage” – yet support the exact opposite for Israel, for which they support ethno-nationalism and Jewish supremacy.
Contrary to popular belief, Trump was never an opponent of illegal immigration. Trump spent the Obama years becoming popular among the Republican party base by publicizing the idea that Barak Obama was a Secret Muslim that hated Israel and wasn’t even born in America, and had a fake birth certificate forged perhaps by a conspiracy of the Muslim Brotherhood and the Iranian mullahs. The idea that Trump is a “civic nationalist” is a post-hoc label given to Trump by hopeful fans that really should have known better.
As A. Nolen explained from day one, Trump was allowed to touch a third rail of US politics – mass non-white immigration – because it was a popular issue among the GOP base that was always marginalized by the GOP establishment. Neither the GOP establishment nor the neo-conservatives wanted to make immigration an issue, but it was the one popular issue that immediately turned Trump into the front runner. If illegal immigration hadn’t have caught on, Trump had the trade deals, Common Core, and Obamacare as backups, but that wasn’t needed.
It was after the event that Wallace – and the rest of the Alt Right – have chosen to ignore that Muslim were taken up by the left, at a time when the left, true to their principles of anti-racism and anti-nationalism, became increasingly critical of the apartheid policies of the Zionist entity in Palestine. The European left, and even the European mainstream, were also increasingly taking up the cause of the Palestinians.
So it shouldn’t be a surprise that over the last 15-20 years we have seen the emergence of a “New Right” that is exactly in line with the socially liberal interests of Zionist Jews but makes a completely unprincipled exception for Zionism and Islam.
There’s a direct line between that event, Pym Fortyn, David Frum’s Alex K., Milo and Cernivich and Donald Trump.
The “Alt Right” and the White Nationalists turned against the neo-conservatives of the Bush and Obama years so had to be brought back into the fold. The person who was tasked to do that was Donald Trump, who has so far done an amazingly masterful job.
At the ten anniversary even in New York City, there were two major protest rallies.
One was a rally of conservative Christians and Zionist Jews attacking Muslims and denouncing the so-called “9/11 Victory Mosque” that was supposedly being built at Ground Zero (the entire scandal was fake.)
The other rally was staged by “Act Now To Stop War and End Racism” where a brown Muslim led a crowd of mostly white progressive in a chant of “Allah Akhbar” and spoke in favor of Palestine.
In fact, one may just want to review Donald Trump’s own public statement about that particular event and especially his statements during his campaign against Jeb Bush when Trump … in a room full of conservative Christian Republicans in South Carolina, Bush Country … actually said “vote for me and you’ll find out what really brought down those towers.”
Does anyone doubt that the Bush family got the message loud and clear? George W. Bush himself just came out this weekend to defend Muslims and call Trump a “racist” and an “Islamophobe.”
I guess Trump can say it but when a simple blogger like Hipster Racist says it it’s a “conspiracy theory.”