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Friday, 27 September 2013

Hatewatch!

The Southern Poverty Law Center runs a site called "Hatewatch," which is almost exclusively dedicated to impugning white advocacy groups as a frightful menace to all things decent. I’m sure that some of the groups they profile are indeed unsavory, but few of the people in these groups have the power, much less the inclination, to ruin other people’s lives or cause them suffering.


by Andy Nowicki

I am well aware that some people—including friends and family members—look at me askance for being a writer and co-editor for this site, which seems to them intolerably, incorrigibly un-kosher in its orientation. In point of fact, though, Alternative Right.com has from its inception always been a “big tent” of sorts; it was never intended to serve as an exclusive mouthpiece for any particular system of beliefs, but rather to be a free space where talented and witty writers with various verboten viewpoints can express their ideas and engage in argumentation without fear of encountering the sort of petty, prissy, PC-style repression, reprisal, and recrimination that is so depressingly derigueur elsewhere.

I myself am far from ideologically "pure" in any respect, nor have I ever pretended to be anything I’m not, nor have I ever sought to pander to those who don’t share my first principles. I have, in fact, taken stands from time to time that have angered and alienated much of the “base” of our readership. Our virtual pages have featured knock-down drag-out brawls between Christians and pagans, between traditional moralists and PUAs… between women and men.

Yet, in spite of the fur that’s flown on many an occasion, I can say that, generally speaking, we on the alt-right are an extremely tolerant bunch. This is not a place where anathemas are solemnly pronounced, where heresy is sniffed out and malefactors dragged before an inquisition, or where ideological "deviates" are consigned to the "dustbin of history." In fact, my experiences with most of the fellow writers and commenters whom I have met suggest that at this moment in history, avowed and alleged "fascists" are some of the nicest, most accepting, least judgmental people in the world! This is perhaps due, not to some inherent propensity towards sweetness and integrity amongst the "fascistically"-inclined of our time, but rather to the natural weeding-out of rank opportunists, insufferable social climbers, and sanctimonious, hypocritical jackasses prone to dissimulating triangulation. Such types are more often drawn to social movements which actually help, rather than wreck, one’s career prospects, and thus their self-serving instincts instruct them to flee such a scene as ours as quickly as possible, since contemporary culture has pronounced its anathemas upon us, and branded us with a scarlet R.

Yes, I feel more welcome here among this group of thought-criminals than among those who might in some ways more properly be called my "own." Here, our shared opposition to the ruthless depredations of a common tyrannical enemy—the "Zeitgeist," "political correctness," "cultural Marxism," and so forth—is no trivial matter; instead, our collective defiance against the powers-that-be largely defines us, welding us to one another’s side, prompting us to collective action. Like it or not, we share the same foxhole in a war against a common foe who aims to destroy us utterly and scatter our ashes to the four winds. Even though the philosophical differences between the different factions of our coalition may be vast, our opposition to our would-be rulers, and the hideous power concentrated in the hands of those same said-rulers, renders our alliance an absolute tactical necessity.

As a Catholic, with an unabashedly universalistic conception of salvation and of the equality of man before God, I have nevertheless grown to share the conviction that the survival of the cultural West depends upon a resurgence of racial pride, solidarity, and identity among whites. This is not an easy or a natural stand for me to take, and it is not one I have arrived at frivolously. I tend to be repelled by all manifestations of cultural chauvinism, and I remain unimpressed with a certain segment of the “movement” who seem to get their jollies from being loud, crude, strident, and mean. I bear no ill-will towards other races, nor do I think I am “better” than them, but at the same time I cannot stand idly by while my own race is shamed into submission and bullied into dhimmitude in its own sovereign lands by cultural forces which hate us ardently and salivate over the prospect of our demise.

The Southern Poverty Law Center runs a site called "Hatewatch," which is almost exclusively dedicated to impugning white advocacy groups as a frightful menace to all things decent. I’m sure that some of the groups they profile are indeed unsavory, but few of the people in these groups have the power, much less the inclination, to ruin other people’s lives or cause them suffering. Even the North Dakota Nazis—a sad and unimpressive-looking bunch, to be sure—just want to be left alone to seig-heil and goosestep in peace in their prairie paradise, sporting their matching T-shirts, unsightly tattoos, and grubby stubble. By contrast, the SPLC and like-minded groups—as well as their numerous allies in government and media institutions—are extremely well-funded, highly-placed, and powerful; their aims, moreover, are openly malicious. If you are a "hater"—that is, an unashamed white person—they set out to financially ruin, and socially anathematize you, if they can’t jail you first.

So who"s the real hater here, haters?

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Hatewatch!


1 comment:

  1. Hate... The very word that they use, is in fact, one they adhere to. Jews, the world's biggest haters.

    IRONKRAFT.

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