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What is the Alt Right? and Mediocracy
« on: August 28, 2016, 12:55:16 pm »
..........................Mediocracy .................................

It is time we recognize the true goal of egalitarianism: legitimizing mediocrity. To hide this fact, they always argue from the extremes, so that we are presented with a blind retarded gay minority orphan with irritable bowel syndrome and told that if he cannot experience freedom, none of us have freedom, so everyone must change to the standard that allows blind retarded gay minority orphans with colon disease to serve as the form factor for which society is designed. What they really mean is that they want morally neutral, indecisive, and not particularly insightful people of no particular ability to be able to beat down the ones with particular abilities and high levels of intelligence, beauty and moral character. Liberals are the people in the middle, who are not suffering but also have nothing distinctive to put next to their names, therefore are always ranging and hungry like a wolf with AIDS. They want to destroy anything which has risen above a C level activity, and then declare that really well-executed C-level thinking is A-level work. They will replace all heroes with fakes, all artists with entertainers, and otherwise turn everything they touch into mediocrity. Only when hidden in a vast sea of mediocrity can they feel their personal mediocrity will not be noticed, and it is this fear and resentment that propels them.

Meme this: Molly Norris. Piousislamophilia. Economics. Lost Souls. Race and fiber. Liberals are bigots. USA = Globalism. Lawns.

By  Bret Stavens

What is the alt right?

It can be explained at its simplest and most central as being the triumph of nature over human intentions. Natural methods work because they are reality-based, finely granular and use resonant or balanced internal structures. Human intentions work on the level of appearance, not so much symbols as social gestures to one another. This creates a death spiral where people “must” and “should” do what gives a group of people warm fuzzies, even though they know it is insane, and in the process it drives them insane. For centuries or longer this has been eating the West because of Western success at civilization enabling the population that would otherwise die off to thrive. We now have some good people and many useless ones, and if Western Civilization is to survive, the useless must be disenfranchised and dispossessed and the good must triumph. This is how it is in nature: the wolf who leads the pack is the strongest, and the trees that rise the highest are the healthiest. Leftism is a movement to sabotage this natural process and its implicit hierarchy and standards by demanding tolerance for that which is unrealistic through the process of “equality,” which makes wrong equal to right so long as a person “believes” that wrong. After WWII, this movement took over the West, and the alt right is the first credible pushback because it is honest, atavistic and naturalistic.

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Re: What is the Alt Right? and Mediocracy
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2016, 01:00:22 pm »
The anti-diversity position

Few understand this idea; Leftists obviously refuse to, and Rightists just do not seem to be able to grasp the subtlety. If one is anti-diversity, it is a recognition that any diversity is toxic. This is not a veiled stab at African-Americans, gypsies or Jews; it is pure logic applied: if more than one group exists in the same place, no group will be able to define the values of that place, and therefore, a constant internal dissent — a type of background hum — will pervade all activities. Eventually that civilization will tear itself apart. Robert Putnam’s research on diversity is just the tip of the iceberg; diversity lowers social trust. It also destroys the ability to have culture, standards or values other than the lowest common denominator, which makes no one happy, and makes all minority groups feel subjugated and the majority feel parasitized. No one with a functional brain thinks that diversity can work, which makes you wonder why the Left insists that it does. The answer is that they want to destroy culture, heritage and standards so that the individual alone is the focus, and diversity is a means to that end. They will then need Big Government to constrain the resulting anarchy and be amazed when that ends in totalitarian Communism, as if they could not have predicted that. Then again, when your political platform begins with denying reality in order to destroy social order, you have cast aside any hope of understanding the consequences of any actions and the effects of any cause.

For your amusement, an early proto-Outliers. The null reaction to these convinced me to never do linkposts again. Should this continue? Answer in the comments, if you have a moment.
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http://www.amerika.org/meta/outliers-20/

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Re: What is the Alt Right? and Mediocracy
« Reply #2 on: August 28, 2016, 04:07:13 pm »
I don't recall ever hearing the term "Alt-Right" until Hillary Clinton used it.  Seems that Alex and staff said the same thing.  It might have been made up by the Clinton campaign.  If anyone has any prior uses of it I would be interested.  But the term that is generally used by Alex and other sites is "alternative media" in contra distinction to corporate run "mainstream media" and is very diverse from right to left opinion. That term has been around for awhile.


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Re: What is the Alt Right? and Mediocracy
« Reply #3 on: August 29, 2016, 06:27:16 pm »
I don't recall ever hearing the term "Alt-Right" until Hillary Clinton used it.  Seems that Alex and staff said the same thing.  It might have been made up by the Clinton campaign.  If anyone has any prior uses of it I would be interested.  But the term that is generally used by Alex and other sites is "alternative media" in contra distinction to corporate run "mainstream media" and is very diverse from right to left opinion. That term has been around for awhile.

The SPLC fingers former Taki’s Magazine editor Richard Spencer as the man who coined the term “Alt-Right” back in 2008. It says that Spencer surrounds himself with “pseudo-academics,” but the Church of Morris Dees makes no attempt to explain the “pseudo” part except to smear people such as Steve Sailer as Nazis and racists and anti-Semites who are driven by fear and hatred and inadequacy.

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Re: What is the Alt Right? and Mediocracy
« Reply #4 on: August 30, 2016, 01:17:49 am »
Hi marlowe, there's some more info here -

http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=316618.0

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Re: What is the Alt Right? and Mediocracy
« Reply #5 on: August 30, 2016, 08:07:03 am »
Hi marlowe, there's some more info here -

http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=316618.0

@ Windy....Thanks .....The awful truth is that Liberalism IS A Mental Illness ..
 None of the Trump supporters act like they are mentally ill but many of Clinton supporters do..<>>>>> Rabid Hillary Campaign Supporters Attack

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Is Liberalism IS A Mental Illness ..?

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Re: What is the Alt Right? and Mediocracy
« Reply #6 on: August 30, 2016, 01:13:30 pm »

   The Anti-Society: The Alt Right Is Tired Of Living In Mordor

https://highcastlewebbotforum.vbulletin.net/forum/living-in-the-usa/16853-the-anti-society-the-alt-right-is-tired-of-living-in-mordor             by  Bret  Stevens

As the Alt Right reflects on its recent rise to prominence, a battle has emerged for defining the group. Its constituent components — white nationalists, libertarians, conservatives, traditionalists — are each asserting their beliefs in an effort to shape the understanding of the Alt Right.

The problem with this approach is that it fights on the surface, and fails to look at the motivation behind the rise of the Alt Right, and more importantly, its acceptance outside the margins of political discussion.

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Re: What is the Alt Right? and Mediocracy
« Reply #7 on: September 12, 2016, 01:04:17 pm »
       
          Semitism

http://www.amerika.org/politics/semitism/
                                                       
                                            Over at Alternative Right, the half of the original AlternativeRight.com that split into Radix and Alternative Right, Colin Liddell writes about the problem of neo-Nazi tropes in the alt right.

Liddell takes a sensible “middle path”: we need extremists to push the Overton Window further to the right, but cannot afford to be swayed by emotion derived from the appearance of effective action, as it supplants the real thing.

Only a fool would deny the seductive power of Nazism and Hollywood-style neo-Nazism. Like the Left, these folks have a simple idea and provide us, most importantly, with some target that we can visualize destroying. This appeals to the same human mental trope as squeezing zits or taking purges, which is of excising the evil and leaving the good.

Our enemy however is intangible: civilization decline, most recently through its



                                               

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Re: What is the Alt Right? and Mediocracy
« Reply #8 on: September 21, 2016, 04:58:34 pm »
                 
                           The Alt Right Fights For Its Own Soul  by   Bret  Stevens

                       http://www.amerika.org/politics/the-alt-right-fights-for-its-own-soul/

           This week, the Alt Right fights for its own soul. It worries about how to keep itself from being assimilated like the mainstream conservatives on one hand, and on the other, if it has gone too far.

It should instead worry whether it has chosen the right method of going too far.

The Alt Right has a unique mandate in historical terms: the existing order of Leftism and globalism has spectacularly failed, and people are just barely catching on. The smart ones among us want an end to the immediate Leftist crisis, and to the conditions that have enabled it, namely the collapse of Western Civilization.



For the Alt Right, there are two missions as a result:

1.Stop the Leftist insanity.


2.Reverse the decline and fall of Western Civilization.


To achieve this, the Alt Right has to adopt a radical course that rejects the illusions of our time — equality, pluralism, utilitarianism, individualism — and replace them with a goal that rises above mere material and social convenience. That is not an easy task, but looking at those in the Alt Right, it is clear that we are up to it.

We can achieve that goal through the four pillars, which are actually more radical than anything suggested in the Alt Right so far. They combine Alt Right, Identitarian, New Right, Neoreaction and Traditionalist thought:

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Re: What is the Alt Right? and Mediocracy
« Reply #9 on: September 22, 2016, 01:07:36 pm »
                   Consolidating The Alt Right      by  Bret  Stevens

            http://www.amerika.org/politics/consolidating-the-alt-right/   

     The Alt Right combines many non-liberal movements — Traditionalism, Nationalism, Identitarianism, Theocracy, National Socialism/neo-Nazism, Libertarianism, Paleoconservatism, Social Conservatism, Neoreaction and the New Right — into a single dissident Right perspective.

Its purpose is to get past the “social filter” that limits the mainstream Right to inoffensive topics, where offensiveness is gatekept by Leftist ideals like equality.

While the Alt Right as a whole exists in the intersection of these ideas, their minor points clash even as their major points agree, and each Alt Righter tends toward one or the other, which is fine except that taking any one of those viewpoints re-orients the interpretation of the Alt Right toward the minor points of that view.



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Re: What is the Alt Right? and Mediocracy
« Reply #10 on: September 30, 2016, 12:20:45 pm »
The Alt Right: Revolution Against Egalitarianism

    http://www.amerika.org/politics/the-alt-right-revolution-against-egalitarianism/

     In Jared Taylor’s most recent video attempting to define the Alt Right in response to the giant wave of traffic his websites had garnered, he said that while it was a range of perspectives, “They all agree about one thing: equality is a dangerous myth.”

This focus on inequality is the broadest agreed upon position in the Alt Right, where the say that egalitarian thinking is a war on the “distinction” between peoples. People are unequal as individuals within racial groups, and racial groups themselves are unequal when compared to each other. This comes down to one of the key political precepts of the movement, agreed upon no matter if they identify as Nazis, neo-monarchists, or neoreactionaries. A society is healthier when it has strict hierarchies, castes, and stratifications.

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Re: What is the Alt Right? and Mediocracy
« Reply #12 on: November 19, 2016, 02:42:34 pm »
A Gen X Lament: The Alt Right

http://www.amerika.org/politics/a-gen-x-lament-the-alt-right/

Two of the questions that have baffled writers in our time: Why do we not fight back? and Why are we failing to reproduce? The same answer addresses both: our people are existentially miserable.

Existential misery refers to concerns related to existence itself. People who are existentially happy believe they have purpose, that the world is basically good or at least not headed toward failure, and that they will have meaningful lives.

These are the questions of purpose and meaning that disturb our sleep in the middle of the night. Those who feel existentially lost sense that their lives have no greater meaning than material consumption and labor, and tend to self-destruct if they are above a certain level of intelligence.

At the core of an existential question lies the troubling idea of hope. Those who have realistic hope, meaning that things will turn out for the best based on the sanity and stability they see in their civilization, tend to thrive and be productive, happy and connected to the world around them.

On the other hand, those who lack hope tend to destroy themselves by failing to reproduce, self-sabotaging, and other behaviors of unhappy animals. This shows us that the central question regarding European-descended people is Why are we so hopeless?

We have no faith that our lives are good or that the future will be good; in fact, even if we are afraid to articulate this, we believe the contrary. This is made difficult by the fact that on the surface, all is shiny and ..............................