Alt Right

The Far-Right Book Every Russian General Reads


The chief aim of Foundations is to revive Evola’s fascist idea of traditionalism, which calls for the eradication of any trace of modern, polyethnic, egalitarian, feminist, and democratic cultures—“American globalism”—in favor of a vast, Eurasian, authoritarian empire of racially pure regimes in which women are confined to the home and breeding. That empire would unite regimes across Europe and extend to the United States and Latin America.
via The Far-Right Book Every Russian General Reads
A must read.

Richard Spencer: The Alt-Right Is Not Pro-Free Speech


Richard Spencer, one of the leading figures in the white supremacist alt-right movement, told his podcast co-host that the alt-right didn’t actually believe in free speech and that the alt-right only claimed to advocate for it for “radically pragmatic” reasons.
via Richard Spencer: The Alt-Right Is Not Pro-Free Speech
This should be a bigger story. Anyone paying attention would have noticed how disingenuous they are when defending free speech.

Yogurt is not white enough for these white nationalists

Yogurt is not white enough for these white nationalists:

According to the New York Times, the company’s founder, Hamdi Ulukaya, a Turkish immigrant of Kurdish descent, “has stepped up his advocacy” for the rights of immigrants and refugees, by “employing more than 300 refugees in his factories, starting a foundation to help migrants, and traveling to the Greek island of Lesbos to witness the crisis firsthand.”

For his trouble, Ulukaya has inspired death threats…