I don’t see why this video is such a big deal.
1.) I don’t believe that eugenics and exterminationism are litmus test issues for the Alt-Right. These are issues on which people within our camp will always disagree.
2.) Mouthy Buddha grants virtually all of our legitimate grievances.
3.) He doesn’t have any objection to White people creating their own exclusive communities. I told Professor Thomas Main that we could create these autonomous zones.
4.) I don’t believe a unified nationalism will work because there is no basis of solidarity. Trumpism is already flailing because of the lack of a common American culture. We don’t share a common race, ethnicity, culture, religion, history or memory. We don’t even share “Western values.”
5.) I have no problem with saying positive things about other races. I don’t think every thing about my own race is good and everything about other races is bad.
6.) Are some people overly sensitive on the internet? Absolutely, but this isn’t really an argument against the Alt-Right. It is true of most groups on the political spectrum.
7.) Mouthy Buddha claims we have many legitimate arguments, but making those arguments necessarily separates us from the “mainstream” and leads us to these “fringe political pockets” on the internet. You can’t be explicitly pro-White in America and be “mainstream.”
8.) Finally, we are sticking up for our flesh and blood descendants, not simply “Western values” which is a meaningless phrase. By “Western values,” Mouthy Buddha means liberalism. If the liberal order leads to our displacement in our own historic lands, it is not in our interest to preserve it.