Brexodus: Rootless Cosmopolitans Move on to Their Next Hotel

Diversity Macht Frei
June 30, 2017

Here are some extracts from Joris Luyendijk’s article (“Brexodus has begun. We EU nationals know staying on is too big a gamble”) in the Guardian. I seem to recall someone saying previously that Joris Luyendijk was Jewish, but I’m not absolutely sure. The Brexodus wordplay does, of course, evoke Jewish history, or rather mythology since there is no evidence their fabled Exodus ever took place.

In any case he’s clearly a rootless cosmopolitan in the classic Jewish vein, someone with no enduring commitment to the country he lives in, no emotional attachment to its people, even a brooding suspicion and hint of hostility towards them.

EU nationals in the UK have first-hand experience of the British government and state. We have seen that this country is not even able to run its trains properly or sort out fire safety. We understand that our rights in Theresa May’s offer could be revoked post-Brexit at any time, and we have seen the pressure that the xenophobic and hysterically Europhobe tabloid press can bring to bear on politicians (“traitors”) and judges (“enemies of the people”).

Highly educated EU nationals know that they have highly sought-after skills – many of us are not in British jobs taken by Europeans but in European jobs done in Britain. Why not take that job with us back to the EU? And why risk investing in a country that could turn on you at any moment?


Here is the comment I posed on the Guardian site.

Good riddance. We want a people who are absolutely, unshakeably committed to the long-term well-being of this nation, not those who regard it as a mere residence of convenience, like some hotel whose decor or T&Cs they happen to like. It is precisely your rootless cosmopolitan vision that the British people rejected in their referendum vote.

This was promptly deleted “because it didn’t abide by our community standards”.


SPLC is Suing Anglin! Donate Now to STOP THESE KIKES

Daily Stormer
April 27, 2017

tl;dr: Anglin’s being sued by the SPLC for lawful, First Amendment-protected criticism of Jewry. The site needs a huge chunk of cash to keep going. Right now.

Ways to donate:

Bitcoin (stack them satoshis a megabyte high) is always the most useful currency, because it can’t be seized easily by court orders:


Cash, checks, or money orders can go to this address, and can be processed without fees taking a significant chunk:

Andrew Anglin
PO Box 208
Worthington, Ohio

Send donations of significant size via Bitcoin or check if possible.

And finally, for this particular case, there is a crowdfund supporting credit cardsup at Wesearchr.

Wesearchr supports VISA, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover

It all started when realtor named Tanya Gersh attempted to extort Sherry Spencer out of a building she built in retaliation for the political views of her son, known white nationalist Richard Spencer.

Here’s Sherry Spencer’s statement:

On November 22, Gersh and I spoke on the phone. She relayed to me that if I did not sell my building, 200 protesters and national media would show up outside — which would drive down the property value — until I complied. Gersh’s other conditions included that I make a public denunciation of my son in a statement written by the Montana Human Rights Network and that I make a donation to this organization from the sale of the property. As Gersh announced on Facebook, she was “spear heading” the campaign. ….

Gersh followed up on her conditions in a number of emails, which I’ve just made public. She even shamelessly suggested that she act as my realtor! In other words, she and the local “human rights” organizations appeared to seek financial benefit from threats of protests and reputation damage.

Tanya Gersh was making statements against Sherry Spencer in the media to further this campaign, making her a public political activist legally subject to criticism from the public.

Thus in response this website’s editor Andrew Anglin invited his readers to make legal, non-threatening critiques of Tanya Gersh’s politically motivated extortion scheme:

Just make your opinions known. Tell them you are sickened by their Jew agenda to attack and harm the mother of someone whom they disagree with.

Again – as always – don’t make any threats of violence and certainly don’t do anything violent. Don’t ever do anything illegal, ever. It is well within your rights to tell these people what you think of their actions, trying to extort Richard Spencer’s family.

Tanya Gersh is now suing Andrew Anglin with the Southern Poverty Law Center for hundreds of thousands of dollars for daring to invite the public to comment on her despicable extortion scheme.

If Anglin doesn’t get money for a legal defense, The Daily Stormer will disappear. Unfortunately, lawyers from an arbitrary jurisdiction can’t appear pro hac vice without appearance of a local counsel per the rules of Montana District Court, so we have to come up with a king’s ransom for Anglin to fight a federal civil case.

Stormer needs a six figure sum to survive.

This matters to everyone on the Internet

Gersh v. Anglin is a flagrant violation of the rights of the whole Internet to criticize public figures.

Tanya Gersh attempted to extort Sherry Spencer out of a building, and yet she gets to play the victim and try to silence her critics? In the complaint Tanya Gersh makes risible lies about how she was simply just trying to help Sherry Spencer after making public condemnations of her building funding racism in the press.

This is purely an attack on the Stormer, because the Jews can’t stand to have us spread the truth.

If this is not fought, a major alt-right press outlet will die and history will record Gersh’s wicked lies of just being a helpful realtor trying to faithfully assist Sherry Spencer, instead of the truth of her being a contemptible manipulator trying to steal from the mother of a man she would see silenced.

Constitutional scholars unaware of the lies of Tanya Gersh are already noting the Constitutional problems with the case:

The biggest problem for the Southern Poverty Law Center is that the worst comments are not made by Anglin himself, the defendant, but by third parties, Banville said. Legally, under the Communications Decency Act of 1996, anyone who publishes online isn’t responsible for comments generated by others.

Beyond that, the complaint doesn’t even establish that authentic Stormers are even responsible for any of the threatening language Gersh took issue with. Just last month, ADL’s Director Oren Segal was attempting to pin the blame on a contributor to The Daily Stormer for a series of bomb threats to Jewish Community Centers. The FBI later discovered that these bomb threats were made by an Israeli national. We all know who is really responsible for violent anti-Semitic threats all around the world. It is the same people every time. Gersh’s own people forged any and all threats to her.

This case will be blown open so hard when Tanya Gersh’s lies are revealed in a court of law.

This is the last stand of the alt-right. Democratic process has failed us, and only our memes remain. Do not let the meme wells die by the perfidy and lies of the wicked. The indictment has loads of issues. If this is fought hard and well, Anglin will win and Gersh will be forced to pay out all the cash for the legal fees. Let us fight together now to see Gersh crushed and a lien put on her house. Gersh should be made to lose her home, just as she tried in wickedness to force Sherry Spencer’s loss of hers, and now the Stormer’s loss of his.

Don’t let the SPLC outspend the lulz.

Donate now!


Politico: Has The SPLC Lost Its Way?

Hunter Wallace
Occidental Dissent
June 30, 2017

Editor’s Note: There has recently been a lot of blowback against the SPLC.

Ben Schreckinger has a new article in Politico about how the SPLC has gone from fighting the Klan to setting itself up as the hall monitor of American politics:

“But today, the group is best known for its “Intelligence Project,” which has essentially cornered the market on identifying and tracking hate groups, as well as extremists and “hate incidents.” The Intelligence Project’s 15 full-time and two part-time staffers (it’s in the process of hiring five more) pump out reports that are regularly cited by just about every major mainstream media outlet, including Politico, and their researchers have become the go-to experts for quotes on those topics.

The SPLC’s hate group and extremist labels are effective. Groups slapped with them have lost funding, been targeted by activists and generally been banished from mainstream legitimacy. This makes SPLC the de facto cop in this realm of American politics, with all the friction that kind of policing engenders. …

The Klan may be out of commission, but Dees says these new tactics of organized American racism are “just as bad as burning up this building. He just burned up an individual in a small town.”

Trump supporters, of course, would disagree. Trump campaigned as a rebel against political correctness, and in a sense his election was a backlash against the power amassed by liberal groups like the SPLC—a rejection of the idea that liberal activists should determine what views are considered out of bounds in American politics. …”

Ben is right.

In recent years, the SPLC has made a number of moves which have shredded its legitimacy on the Right: participating in the Black Lives Matter protests in Ferguson, hiring one of the Jena 6 thugs as a “community advocate,” rushing to blame the Gabrielle Giffords shooting in Tuscon on the Tea Party, labeling figures like Ben Carson, Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Charles Murray haters and extremists, labeling the Family Research Council a “hate group,” targeting all Confederate monuments in the South for destruction, ignoring countless black-on-white mass shootings which don’t fit the Narrative and ignoring political violence against Trump supporters and Republicans.

There’s nothing “objective” about what the SPLC does. It tries to stigmatize groups and individuals as “haters” and “hate groups” and “extremists” based solely on their politics and how they fit into their Narrative. A good example of this is the Dylann Roof shooting in Charleston. A month later the jihadist Muhammad Abdulazeez struck in Chattanooga. The SPLC ignored the story just like it has ignored the half dozen or so black-on-white and anti-police mass shootings (Micah X. in Dallas, Cosmo Setepenra in Baton Rouge, Ismaaiyl Brinsley in New York City, Vester Flanagan II in Roanoke, Kori Allen Muhammad in Fresno, Chris Harper Mercer in Roseburg) that have occurred since then. Whenever the SPLC finds a mentally ill White male who can be of service to the Narrative like Dylann RoofJeremy Christianor Jared Loughner, we never hear the end of it. It becomes a “story about hate.”

We all remember the time Floyd Corkins tried to murder the leaders of the Family Research Council and stuff their faces with Chick-fil-A sandwiches smeared in their blood. He was “inspired” by the SPLC’s hate group list. James Hodgkinson, the Alexandria shooter, “liked” the SPLC on Facebook. The SPLC is about as objective as Mother Jones in its reporting on “hate” in America. Amazingly, this “watchdog” doesn’t list any of the openly violent antifa groups in the United States as “hate groups.”

The liberal and progressive journalists who are in collusion with the SPLC are equally partisan. Only 7 percent of journalists in America are Republicans and they are overwhelmingly concentrated in a handful of Democratic urban enclaves. There are 12x more liberal professors in academia. It is all one big incestuous bubble talking to each other and pushing narratives. In the SPLC’s case, the money comes from scaring little old Jewish ladies in the North and West with junk mail. In CNN’s case, the Russia Narrative is about titillating liberals with fake news and an exciting conspiracy theory in order to drive up ratings and ad revenue. It is on the same level as Infowars on Jade Helm.

The one positive thing Trump has done is to dismiss all of them as fake news. They have lost their legitimacy. Everyone knows what they are about now and only defer to them out of habit.


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