The common accusation that those who focus on identities like race are simply losers without individual achievements to celebrate is wrong: in fact, people who celebrate collective identities value different, and arguably better, things, than individualists.
The Cato Institute free speech survey finds exactly what us on the right knew they would: majority of "strong liberals" support political violence and only a narrow majority of Democrats oppose it.
We can't let "traditionalism" divide us. White men and women must come together, and join forces to fight the battles of our people. White identity is and must be our only defining focus.
The independent report on the Unite the Right rally shows that upwards of 70% of the violence had known leftist instigation.
The Difference between the alt-right and the alt-light on similarity with the left is a matter of ends v means. The Alt-right differs from the left on ends, while the alt-light differs only in means. The ideal world of the left and the alt-light are the same, whiles on the alt-right, ours is very different.
As I watched all these poor people rushing to condemn Richard Spencer because they were afraid he might confirm the leftist narrative, it struck me just how much power the left still has over these people. They live in a state of fear that they will somehow confirm a leftist narrative. For some reason, it never strikes them that maybe the left shouldn’t be the ones defining the narratives, and that maybe, if they stopped bowing in obeisance to the leftist narratives, those narratives would lose their power to define them.
The most dangerous idea to a world that hates Whiteness is the idea that Whiteness should be loved and cherished.
What makes a good leader?
The Alt-Right and the Alt-Light it turns out, differ on another thing besides those commonly mentioned: honesty.
We can learn some things about moving forward with activism after Charlottesville.