Charlottesville Tarps Removed

It’s a step in the right direction, but I still think those statues will come down if the left has its way.

A judge in Virginia has ordered the city of Charlottesville to remove the black shrouds that were installed over two Confederate monuments after a white nationalist rally last summer.

Local news outlets report Charlottesville Circuit Court Judge Richard Moore gave the city 15 days from the time an official order is signed to remove the tarps.

They currently cover statues of Robert E. Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson. The tarps have been removed several times since being put up in August as a sign of the city’s mourning of the deadly violence at the August rally.

Moore’s decision came during a hearing in a lawsuit against the city, which is seeking to remove the monuments.

The city said in a statement that it is disappointed by the ruling but will respect the court’s decision.

Disappointed that tarps have to be taken down? Really? Find something new to complain about. One would think these people have better things to occupy their time and thoughts than worrying about a statue being offensive due to a state of society that was ended over 100 years ago.

Bannon Guns for Nehlen

I can see how people fall into the hellhole known as liberalism. I was heavily indoctrinated when I was young. It took me a year to undo the damage, but I managed to accomplish it. And yet when I saw how the conservative party was completely cucked, it took all of five seconds for me to run away. Why you ask? Just take Bannon for example.

Over the span of several days this month, the pro-Trump, nationalist website Breitbart distanced itself from Paul Nehlen after the Wisconsin businessman-turned-conservative-candidate went on anti-Semitic and white-power rants.

Nehlen had been a columnist for Breitbart and his page there was stripped of its content and their relationship severed. But beyond his writing, he had also been a vehicle for Breitbart’s staff to torment House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI). Nehlen challenged Ryan in the GOP primary in 2016, only to lose by a massive margin. He is running again in 2018. And, until recently, had at least the implicit backing of Breitbart.

But while the website may have dropped the candidate, it hasn’t dropped his electoral cause. Breitbart staffers told The Daily Beast that they remain committed to going after Ryan even if it won’t be done via a primary challenge in 2018.

“We always understood that Nehlen was not going to win,” said a senior Breitbart staffer. “The whole point [of supporting him in ‘16] was it forced a trade policy debate and Ryan flipped on TPP [the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal]. It was a huge deal. Now, is that the only way we can go after the Speaker? No. There is a number of things we can do.”

Breitbart’s crusade against Ryan dates back years. The site and its CEO, former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, have long considered the Speaker a “globalist” squish and an enemy of their brand of conservatism. But in recent weeks and months, Ryan has fallen down the target sheet. It was his counterpart in the Senate, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), who primarily came under Breitbart and Bannon’s fire, especially after lawmakers in that chamber failed to repeal and replace Obamacare.

McConnell and Breitbart found themselves on opposite sides of increasingly bitter primary fights as well, most notably and recently in Alabama where the senator backed his colleague Luther Strange (R-AL) and the website championed the far-right upstart—and general election loser—Roy Moore.

As those feuds played out, Ryan proved to be increasingly in lock step with Trump’s agenda. And with whispers turning into murmurs turning into reports that the Speaker was considering retirement, his utility as a punching bag for the nationalist right has become diminished, one source close to Bannon acknowledged.

Inside Breitbart and Bannon’s political orbit, however, there is little appetite to let Ryan coast into 2018 or a new career. Staffers there say they plan to wage war on him should he allow a deal to codify legal protections for DREAMers—undocumented children—pass through the House.

In recent weeks, Paul Nehlen has appeared on the most popular Alt Right podcast, ‘Fash the Nation’ and tweeted out pictures of Kevin McDonald’s book ‘Culture of Critique,’ making him officially and without question, our guy. Which is exactly why the completely cucked news outlet Breitbart is running from him as fast as humanely possible.

Cucks can handle liberals better than they can the Alt Right. Why? Because liberal arguments are easily defeated. The Alt Right however can smash based conservative view points within a few sentences simply by taking a look at the reality of race and demographic decline. Based conservatism is nothing more than multi-culturalism in a MAGA hat. It accepts the fate of allowing whites to become a minority because “well,  race isn’t all that important, ideology is.” Even though it was racial demographics that allowed Virginia to get a tranny is office this past year. 

Bannon might defend Trump to his last breath, but he won’t defend the survival of America on a larger scale. He adamantly won’t even look at the cause of the problem and will continuously seek to cure the symptoms.

Doesn’t this quote say it all?

“Bannon ordered his team to ‘bury Nehlen’ according to the mid-December internal communications. He would also call Nehlen a ‘gadfly’…who needed to be ‘gotten rid of.'”

Bannon’s fight for MAGA only goes so deep. When he thinks of America, he wants to maintain the status quo of the U.S.’s current multi-culti hell hole, because that won’t cause any problems in the future, right? Mexicans don’t have tons of kids, right? And all those high IQ Indians won’t continue taking well-paid American jobs, right? It’s just these damn Dreamers in his mind. Never forget that.

Alt Right 101 | Islamic Grooming | #8

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  • 1:34 What is grooming?
  • 6:45 How the grooming relationships change over time
  • 9:02 How young white girls are targeted
  • 13:10 The Islamic mindset when it comes to European women and other non-believers
  • 16:33 The fallacy of polygamous relationships within Islam
  • 20:02 Demographics as modern warfare
  • 21:41 How UK father responded to the crisis
  • 26:41 The consequences of white guilt
  • 29:52 How the media is complicit
  • 32:35 How the police do the bidding of the state
  • 38:16 How the Muslims hold the power in communities
  • 42:28 Hate speech laws running amuck in the UK
  • 47:15 How we can fight back

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Luke Skywalker Signals His Virtue

Well, technically it was Mark Hamill… but… you know.

Basically, it’s what was in the back of his mind.

Hamill has revealed some of the history he created himself to get into the mindset of an older, broken, and weary Luke Skywalker in The Last Jedi.

Since it’s not canon, there’s no need for a spoiler warning. Instead, here’s a heartbreak warning: the actor devised an absolutely wrenching experience for one particular chapter in the character’s life after the events of Return of the Jedi.

“Actors like backstories. They want to know motivation and all those things, and it’s such a blank slate,” says Hamill, who has become so entwined with the character over four decades that he sometimes references himself and Luke interchangeably. “You know, if you look at it intellectually, I realized that it’s not my story anymore and so what [Luke] did or did not do in the intervening years aren’t really important to the audience at this point, but I have to work it out for myself.”

Hamill is probably wrong about that. Luke’s history is extremely important to Star Wars fans. But most of the books and comics about Luke that were written as part of the Expanded Universe are now decanonized and classified by Lucasfilm as “Legends.”
That’s why the actor felt he had leeway to imagine his own version of what happened to Luke during that in-between time.

“I wrote lots and lots of scenarios,” Hamill says. “I made notes that he fell in love with a woman who was a widow and had this young child.”

The monk-like Jedi aren’t supposed to have personal relationships, so Hamill says Luke would have temporarily left the order during this time. We know from The Force Awakens that he would later return and found a training academy for new Jedi (which had its own tragic end when his nephew, Ben Solo, fell to the dark side and returned to destroy the school as the monstrous Kylo Ren).

But this long-before imaginary relationship with the widow also had an unhappily ever after for Luke.

“He left the Jedi to raise this young child and marry this woman,” Hamill says. “And the child got hold of a lightsaber and accidentally killed himself.”

That’s darker and more painful than anything fans might guess about the hero, but to Hamill, it would have created the grief and guilt he could imagine leading Luke back on a redemption-seeking path. And it also might explain why the character is hesitant about holding a lightsaber again.

“It’s nothing to do with the story, but when I think about gun violence and you read these tragic stories of kids getting hold of their parents’ guns and killing a sibling or themselves, I mean, I had to go to really dark places to get where Luke needed to be for this story,” the actor says.

Again, this was just an acting tool, so you won’t hear this tale revealed in The Last Jedi or anywhere else. But Hamill said he would consult with writer-director Rian Johnson just to make sure the heavy emotions and turmoil he was generating inside Luke’s head hit the right tone.

So apparently virtue signaling liberals had problems with light saber violence that required light saber control laws in the same way dumbasses want more gun control even though they know nothing about gun laws or gun crime.

Looks like some liberal idiocy survived from a long long time ago in a galaxy far away. Which is a frightening thought.


Alt Right 101 | The Beauty in Health & Fitness | #7

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  • 1:37 Why the Alt Right cares about physical aesthetics
  • 3:56 How the left attacks excellence
  • 9:34 How women are shamed for striving for beauty and fitness
  • 17:57 How we prop up the unhealthy and unfit as icons and idols
  • 25:34 Some statistics on anorexia vs obesity
  • 34:51 Is allowing children to become obese child abuse?
  • 37:09 Male beauty standards
  • 42:26 Survival of the fittest as a historical strategy
  • 46:18 Bre’s tips for health and fitness
  • 48:31 Mark’s tips for health and fitnes
  • 51:32 Various tips and tricks
  • 1:00:01 Foregoing short term pleasure for long term goals

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Alt Right 101 | The LGBT Agenda | #4

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  • 3:50 How LGBT rights is presented by the left vs how they behave
  • 9:25 How the LGBT community is used as a weapon
  • 12:29 Science suppressed by the pink mafia
  • 16:18 Sexualization of pre-pubescent children
  • 26:30 The slippery slope of normalizing the unthinkable
  • 30:44 The pedophilia/molestation connection
  • 37:25 The attack on the traditional family unit
  • 46:32 The trickle effects of the LGBT agenda
  • 52:23 Red Cross case study

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