“On the way to Richard Spencer’s top-secret white-supremacist conference on November 19, a young African-American woman drove me in her Uber from Washington, DC, to the rolling hills of Maryland horse country. On the peaceful drive past large, beautiful estates, she told me how she’d had to work three jobs—as a DHL courier, Amazon-warehouse deliverywoman, and Uber driver—just to continue to live in ever-more-expensive DC, where she’d grown up. When we finally got to the winery that Spencer’s National Policy Institute had booked, Mike Enoch of the Daily Shoah podcast, who promulgated the slur “dindu nuffins” for African Americans, was holding forth on the horrors of “corporate neoliberalism.”
Then Eli Mosley of the campus group Identity Evropa, who calls Jews “oven-dodging…kikes,” took Enoch one further: “We need to be explicitly anti-capitalist. There’s no other way forward for our movement.” As 60 mostly young, male racists gathered around him, Mosley, whose real name is Elliott Kline, confidently predicted, “Twenty eighteen is going to be the year of leftists joining the white-nationalist movement!” …”
The Alt-Right began as a rejection of George W. Bush and mainstream conservatism. It is the reason why the Alt-Right was so eager to destroy the cuckservatives in the Republican primaries. It is why the Alt-Right supported Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
Unlike his Republican rivals, Donald Trump rejected George W. Bush and mainstream conservatism. He was going to keep us out of stupid foreign wars, build the big, beautiful border wall, restore law and order and end the globalist free trade deals. He was going to break politically correct taboos. He wasn’t a Wall Street puppet and didn’t support conservative obsessions like entitlement reform.
Unfortunately, the Alt-Right didn’t get in 2017 what it thought it had bought in the 2016 presidential election. Ever since January, it has been nothing but the Paul Ryan agenda in Washington – healthcare, banking reform, deregulation, corporate tax cuts and soon entitlement reform – while we have preserved the status quo on immigration, trade and foreign policy. The only change in Washington has been that the True Cons agenda has moved forward on Capitol Hill.
The ultimate example of this was the Charlottesville resolution which was unanimously passed by the Republican Congress and signed by President Trump. The Alt-Right has spent the entire year opposing the Syria strike, healthcare reform and tax reform while Antifa has been running wild and getting more violent in the streets than ever before. Far from things getting better for us under the Trump administration, we have also been targeted for defunding and deplatforming.
For Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell can pass a massive corporate tax cut. For a bunch of wealthy investors can get even richer as the stock market surges to new highs. For Sheldon Adelson can get the US to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. For the US Congress can pass sanctions on Russia. For we can pass a massive bloated $700 billion dollar defense bill to preserve the US Empire overseas. For Jose Antonio Vargas can attend and sit through the State of the Union Address. The Republicans aren’t using all the power they have been given to do shit to turn this around.
If Marco Rubio had been elected president of the United States, we would be doing all the same things right now. Many of the same people would be in power too. The only substantial difference is the tone of the Trump presidency expressed through the Twitter feed. Otherwise, we celebrate every politically correct month on the multicultural calendar and have the same foreign policy and trade policy. The big exception is that we are more emphatically pro-Israel and anti-Iran than a year ago.
As far as the Alt-Right is concerned, it has been quite a year for capitalism. We’ve been defunded by PayPal, Stripe, GoFundMe and Patreon. We’re already purged from Reddit and Facebook. We’re about to be purged from Google/YouTube and Twitter. We’ve been banned from AirBnb and Uber. We’ve been banned from Soundcloud and Spotify. Some of us have been banned from Amazon. Several websites have had their domain names have been seized. There doesn’t seem to be a private hotel or restaurant in the United States which won’t fold under the pressure of violent threats from Antifa. No one in the United States suffers more from employment discrimination than we do. In Trump’s America, we are now operating like an underground resistance movement in the Soviet Union.
In light of all this, why should we support the party of business and free-market capitalism? We vote for the Republicans in large numbers, but we don’t get political representation. Instead, these cucks simply use our votes to reward every other constituency, particularly the wealthy who are hostile to their agenda. Why vote for the party of Ben Sasse to cut Mark Zuckerberg’s taxes? A vote for the Democrats isn’t a vote to rebuild the middle class and abolish student loan debt. It is a vote for gay marriage and transgenderism. Similarly, a vote for the Republicans isn’t a vote for a big, beautiful wall or traditional values, but a vote for Wall Street deregulation, social safety net cuts and corporate tax cuts.
Lately, I have been looking at the counties in the Southern states that have the largest Hispanic populations. Over the past few years, the League of the South has been to a lot of these places like Vidalia, GA, Shelbyville, TN and Gainesville, GA. In Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina there is a striking pattern. In all of these states, it is primarily agribusiness that is driving changing racial and cultural demographics whether it is poultry processing in Northwest Arkansas and North Alabama or hog farming in North Carolina or strawberries, oranges, tomatoes and blueberries in Florida. More than anything else, it is the thirst by powerful corporations like Tyson Foods for cheap, pliant, low-wage labor that is drawing Hispanics to these areas.
By protesting the illegal aliens who are demographically transforming the area, we are addressing a symptom, not the cause which is deracinated corporate capitalism. It’s much the same way with the Confederate heritage issue. It was the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce which was determined to remove the Confederate Battle Flag from the Statehouse grounds in Columbia after the Dylann Roof shooting. In Arkansas, Walmart pressured the Arkansas State Legislature to kill a religious liberty bill. Corporate America is simpatico with the SJW Left to the point that Apple and JP Morgan and FOX CEO James Murdoch donated millions to the SPLC and ADL after Charlottesville.
If there isn’t going to be a big, beautiful wall but only more of the Paul Ryan’s Better Way agenda, why should young people who are burdened with student loan debt support the Republican Party which used their power under George W. Bush to pass bankruptcy reform for the big banks? Ryanism is Bushism on steroids and it is better in the long run not to be associated with that albatross.