Is the Alt Right as scary as Hillary Clinton makes it sound? Or is it a diverse movement of intellectuals, blue collar workers, and internet jokers who are simply sick of the status quo? While I can only speak for myself, I’ve been a member of the Alternative Right since before the term was coined, and I’ll try and do my best to explain it to you.
Make no mistake: this election is about Globalism Vs Nationalism, and if the Globalist Hillary wins the nomination, then we’ll never see another candidate like Trump.
John C. Wright—the full-time science fiction author and part-time theologian—once noted that heresies often come in pairs. His focus was on church heresies of the first millennium, but it is no less true today. For every foolish idea, there almost always arises an equal and opposite form of foolishness, and despite their apparent opposition they ultimately wind up working together to oppose the truth.
I just got finished listening to Hillary’s speech, and my observations can be boiled down to three points.
‘Etiology’ is one of those five dollar words that bundles together a number of important concepts, and it’s part of the conceptual core of the sort of arguments I’m making lately about chronic dysfunction in the modern world; both individually, and on a societal level.
There’s nothing I love more than getting hate from the left. They say you can judge a man by his enemies, and in my case they’re a bunch of sneaky ethno-masochists who desperately cling to whatever ideologies are deemed fashionable at the moment. Five years ago they were upset by my “sexism”, but now that anti-feminism has become fashionable they’re scrabbling to find something – anything! – else to use as an excuse. Haters gonna hate, after all. But what I find interesting is the sheer volume of hatred I inspire; in the grand scheme of things I’m a small...