This is Real Folks. We Really are Winning. But, We Haven’t Grasped Victory Yet

I’ve never seen things move so fast in our direction before. Of course I am not particularly old, but still, I have been watching and contributing what I can towards pushing our cause foreword for almost a decade now. We really are winning. I see something almost every week that makes me say this, and …

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How much Popular Support is There for the White Rights Movement’s Core Ideals? – Part 1: the Statistics

With all the publicity that White advocacy and the larger Alt-right have been getting lately, and with the immense popularity Donald Trump was able to garner from the general public while being labeled every anti-White slur in the book, and refusing to apologize for being White and speaking his mind or for rather openly courting …

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A Short-Hand Dictionary for the Alt-Right

As the White Rights Movement and the larger “alt-right” continue to get publicity, a lot of terms are getting thrown around by journalists and others who are not a part of the movement and quite clearly don’t understand how things work in it. I have seen articles trying to define different strains of the movement …

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The Old-Right v. The Alt-Right

Want a quick way to describe the major differences between the alt-right and the establishment right? Try this: We care more about race than about sexual orientation; more about father’s rights than about abortion; more about free speech, Western culture, and Natural morality, than about promoting a “Christian Nation”. We are about standing up to …

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No, We are Not All White Supremacists—Understanding the White Rights Movement:

I have noticed a great deal of confusion lately about the terminology to use when referring to the White Rights movement. In particular, as always, there seems to be a lot of confusion about the difference between a White Nationalist and a White supremacist. Some insist on conflating the two. It is particularly alarming when …

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A Review of Milo Yiannopoulos’ Alt-Right Speech in Houston

Milo Yiannopoulos stopped at the University of Houston this past Monday (Sep. 19), and gave a speech on the Alt-right. Its readily viewable on youtube. As a White Rights advocate and White Nationalist this speech really said more to me about who Milo is than about what the Alt-right is. As usual with Milo, I’m …

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Apparently, It’s Still Shameful to Defend White Identity. . .Even for Milo Yiannopoulos

There is not, and should not be, anything “shameful” about uplifting White identity, supporting it, living by it, being proud of it, and fighting for it. Ultimately, as White Nationalists and White Rights advocates we must make sure two things are achieved culturally: we must fight until it is no longer something of which to be fearful or ashamed to defend White identity. And ultimately, we must achieve a society which not only celebrates White identity but also protects White identity for the future.