Alt Right 101 | Immigration or Conquest? | #2

Alt Right 101 | Immigration or Conquest? | #2

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In This Episode We Discuss:

  • 1:35 The lie of “a nation of immigrations” in the USA vs UK
  • 4:34 The purpose of mass immigration
  • 8:58 Why racial voting patterns matter
  • 11:33 The problem with welfare and benefits as it relates to migration
  • 16:23 How the government avoids deportations in the USA and UK
  • 20:32 How mass immigration affects every day life
  • 25:15 Third world immigration equals third world problems
  • 28:07 Financial incentives that attract immigrants
  • 33:42 How foreign cultures do not share Western values
  • 36:40 Islamic property manipulation in the UK
  • 39:16 Magic dirt theory
  • 45:22 Emotional manipulation regarding integration
  • 50:58 How the media, police, and politicians hide immigrant crime

Quotes:

  • “The goal of mass migration is to replace the European. It is to get rid of us. It is to destroy us. Because ultimately, we are the only people who will ever have what it takes to stand up to the insidious globalist internationalists who wish to rule over us.”
  • “It’s just a matter of time before they attempt to make things that are not normal for the West, things such as polygamy, or female genital mutilation, normalized for religious reasons. I’ve traveled to the Middle East and I can say beyond a shadow of a doubt that they do not reciprocate the values that you give to them.”
  • “UK law actually favors immigrants. But it not only favors immigrants but it (the law) invites them to come here. It’s something that entices them to come here. Because when they come here, they not only know that they’re gonna get benefits, not only do they know that they’re going to be housed first, but it is a way that they can get on the property ladder, buy up property, and it is a way that allows them to colonize entire cities in a very short amount of time.”

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Eli Mosley | A New Direction for Identity Evropa

Eli Mosley | A New Direction for Identity Evropa

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In This Episode We Discuss:

  • 1:05 How Eli found the Alt Right
  • 4:36 Which writers and thinkers influenced Eli
  • 7:20 How Eli learned to talk to the media
  • 11:23 Eli’s experience at Trump’s inauguration
  • 14:51 The dehumanization of Trump supporters by the left
  • 16:31 How Eli moved up in the ranks of the Alt Right
  • 20:18 What is Identity Europa about?
  • 26:40 What qualities does Identity Europa look for?
  • 33:48 What is Project Siege?
  • 37:25 What type of activism will we see in the future?
  • 42:18 Thoughts on physical activism and the risks involved
  • 43:58 Eli’s experience at the University of Florida event
  • 50:30 The reality of identity politics
  • 52:46 Moving from meta-politics to politics

Quotes:

  • “We can use the media for our means. They’re gonna try to make me look like an evil scary person. This is not something we should be surprised about. But if we’re looking at pieces like what Showtime did with Nathan (Damigo), that was a good propaganda film. That made us look descent.”
  • “Our way of thinking was fake it til’ you make it. Him and I (a friend) were going to poster thirteen schools in one weekend and people are going to think we (Identity Europa) have hundreds of members. We’re gonna go drop a banner somewhere and it’s going to make it look like we have way more than we do. And it was a way of growing the Pennsylvania area.”
  • “I’d like to take direct pages out of the leftist playbooks as far as activism goes and as far as civil disobedience goes. I’d like to do things like block the entrance to Twitter’s headquarters and sit down and make them physically remove us. I would like to go and do sit ins at business or in classes where professors are specifically anti-white. We haven’t tried these tactics yet.”

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Alt Right 101 | Why Identity Matters | #1

Alt Right 101 | Why Identity Matters | #1

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In This Episode We Discuss:

2:40 Various types of identity
6:08 Other races understand the importance of race
9:25 How non-cohesive communities are preyed upon
11:48 Examples from our ancestry
15:45 Why identity politics is the prevailing game
24:25 Nationalism is natural and desirable
28:06 The distinction between foreign ethnic people vs. indigenous people of a nation
32:50 Looking at what our ancestors achieved with pride and not conflating it with white supremacy
41:07 Collectivism and its role in our past and future
43:57 Divorcing the culture from its people
51:38 Whites who have fallen from grace and why this happens

Quotes:

“The history and culture that surrounds us is what binds us and what makes us a cohesive community because it allows us to relate to one another. It shows us our shared sense of ancestry. It shows us where we came from. But equally, if you know where you come from, you know where your ancestors were going. And if you know where you ancestors were going, that is like a road map for you. A road map for future generations so you can carry on in the right direction.”
“When people come to this country, the left are so quick to talk of their wonderful culture and the way they’ve enriched us. But they will claim we have no culture. That we have no identity. That we need enriching. But that’s false. And it’s false because it’s used as a way to attack us.”
“I have extreme pride in my own people and I want to hold us their achievements. And why shouldn’t you? Why shouldn’t our children grow up to be proud of their ancestors? Why shouldn’t they grow up and say, ‘wow, look at what we did.'”

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Putin Speaks on Trump Haters

It appears as though Putin is calling out the Dems on their Trump Derangement Syndrome.

Russian President Vladimir Putin says that Americans don’t show enough respect for President Trump.

“Mr. Trump was elected by the American people. And at least for this reason it is necessary to show respect for him, even if you do not agree with some of his positions,” Putin said at the Valdai International Discussion Club when asked what advice he could give his U.S. counterpart, according to state-run Tass Russian News Agency.
Putin said that “disrespect is shown for [Trump]” in the U.S., which he called “regrettable.”

“One can argue but one can’t show disrespect, even not for him personally but for those people who voted for him,” he said. “I believe that the president of the United States does not need any advice because one has to possess certain talent and go through this trial to be elected, even without having the experience of such big administrative work. He [Trump] has done this.”

Putin said that Mr. Trump “won honestly” in the 2016 presidential election.
In September, Putin said that Mr. Trump was “not my bride, and I’m not his groom.” Asked how Russia would feel if Mr. Trump were impeached, Putin said it would be “absolutely wrong” for Russia to discuss U.S. politics.

This comes as Special Counsel Robert Mueller continues the federal investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion between Russian officials and the Trump campaign to help Mr. Trump win. 

Have you ever gone onto YouTube and seen those videos of the Russians praising Putin when asked what they think of him? They love him. Nearly every person says so and that their quality of life is so much better than it used to be thanks to his efforts. Now to be fair, they’ve never known anyone else in recent years. So if things could be even better, they wouldn’t be aware of it. But then again… anything is better than what they’ve previously experienced. So if Putin says that Trump needs a little more respect, that says a lot given how his own people measure the quality of his performance.

Richard Spencer vs. Cucked German Moron

If you’re brain can handle it… please watch this German cuck whose logic will make your brain hurt vs. Richard Spencer.

The fact that it took this man less than two minutes to reference Hitler says it all. Leftists won’t let us speak because we will win with our arguments every time. And the fact that he won’t admit that people are jailed for hate speech in Germany says a lot about the level of indoctrination the Germans have undergone.

Gymnastics Abuses Continue

It saddens me that a sport I loved so deeply as I grew up and engaged in for years allowed such abuses to happen. McKayla Maroney was one of my favs. Her vault in London during the team final will go down in gymnastics history as one of the best ever performed. And now this.

Two time Olympic medalist McKayla Maroney revealed on Wednesday that her former USA Gymnastics doctor sexually abused her for seven years — starting when she was just 13.

Maroney identified convicted sex offender Larry Nassar as her repeat abuser in a statement inspired by the #MeToo movement, which encourages those who’ve been victims of sexual harassment or sexual assault to speak out.

Nassar has been accused of molesting dozens of young athletes associated with USA Gymnastics and his Michigan State University clinic.

He is being sued by more than 125 women claiming he sexually assaulted them under the pretense of medical treatment.

But Maroney on Wednesday said her famous scowl came on the heels of one of Nassar’s abusive episodes.

Maroney became a viral sensation during the 2012 Olympics in London when she famously scowled on the podium after winning just the silver medal in the vault event.

President Obama doubled down on the “McKayla Is Not Impressed” meme in a photo with her in the Oval Office in November 2012.

“It seemed whenever and wherever this man could find the chance, I was ‘treated,’” Maroney wrote. “It happened in London before my team and I won the gold medal, and it happened before I won my silver.”

Maroney, now 21, said her 2012 Olympic victories were marred by his abuse.
In a statement to ABC News Wednesday, USA Gymnastics said it “admires the courage of those, like McKayla Maroney, who have come forward to share their personal experiences with sexual abuse.

“We, like so many others, are outraged and disgusted by the conduct of which Larry Nassar is accused. We are sorry that any athlete has been harmed during her or his gymnastics career.

We are strengthening and enhancing our policies and procedures regarding abuse, as well as expanding our educational efforts to increase awareness of signs to watch for and reporting suspicions of abuse, including the obligation to immediately report,” the organization added.

Maroney said Nassar’s abuse began at a Karolyi training camp in Texas and continued until she retired from gymnastics last year.

She said the worst of the abuse took place during the 2011 world championships in Japan, when she became a breakout star. She said Nassar gave her a sleeping pill on the flight to Tokyo and she woke up in his hotel room, once again “getting a ‘treatment.’”

“I thought I was going to die that night,” she wrote.

She remembered watching the 2004 Olympic games in Athens as an 8-year-old and said she had hopes of one day competing. And while she fulfilled her dreams, she lamented the abuse she suffered along the way.

“Sure, from the outside looking in, it’s an amazing story. I did it. I got there, but not without a price,” she added.

It’s unclear if Maroney is a plaintiff in the federal lawsuit against Nassar.
FBI Agent Rod Charles testified in his 2016 child porn case that Nassar targeted victims as young as six. He would tell his victims that the abuse, which often involved digital penetration, would help treat hip or back pain, according to court papers.

Nassar tried to dispose of several hard drives, which were filled with tens of thousands of child porn images, according to a transcript of his arraignment.

He pleaded guilty to child porn possession in July and is awaiting trial in three criminal cases alleging that he sexually molested nine girls, including nine gymnasts seeking treatment for injuries.

He has pleaded not guilty to those accusations, and his attorney said Nassar intends to go to trial in December.

Jamie Dantzscher, 35, was an early accuser of Nassar. She, too, claimed he abused her while claiming to be providing her with medical treatment.

She won a team bronze in the 2000 Olympics in Sydney.

Rachael Denhollander has alleged that Nassar abused her five times when she was 15 in Nassar’s office at Michigan State.

Denhollander told the Indianapolis Star that Nassar abused her treating her for back pain in 2000.

Three-time national champion rhythmic gymnast Jessica Howard was another victim. In an op-ed in the New York Times this year, she called for “additional systemic change … to safeguard athletes from psychological and physical abuse.”

When you’re a gymnast, you’re at the mercy of the team doctors, coaches and leaders. You can’t speak out or you will be at risk for losing everything you worked hard for. Every penny your family spent to make your dreams come true. And your reputation if other girls say they weren’t molested or accuse you of lying because they like said person who is being accused. It’s a messy trap. And one the Karoyli’s (who I despise) allowed to take place. Shame on them.

It’s a shame to know that while McKayla was giving the performance of her life, she was also suffering in this horrific way.