The Guardian Claims the Alt-Right is Turning People Racist

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Article contributed to Death Metal Underground by Rainier Weikusat.

Liberal UK mouthpiece the Guardian posted an anonymous editorial where the anonymous author tells us how he as an completely harmless, aspiring, young, white, liberal was almost turned into a hateful [insert what you like] by accidental exposure to unfiltered, evil opinions on the internet!

The implicit “Someone has to protect sheep like me and the others from that!” is pretty explicit. But this complete want of independent thinking can’t be fixed in this way and an authority tasked with that would be much more dangerous cure than the perceived disease if only because such an authority would end up suppressing any fundamental criticism of itself and anything postulated by someone this or that censor personally disliked for whatever reason.

27 thoughts on “The Guardian Claims the Alt-Right is Turning People Racist”

  1. Rainer Weikusat says:

    I thought the story was good for a laugh. I personally disagree with almost anything I’ve heard about what Yiannopoulos
    postulates (in my usual, politically indifferent way) but the idea that he’s some kind of irresistible virus is quite bizarre.

    The ‘Something must be done about this!’ undertones in the editorial are outright evil. Think for yourself.

  2. I blew my head off like Per Ohlin says:

    Milo doesn’t even represent the alt-right.
    In fact, Daily Stormer’s Anglin hates him.

  3. GGALLIN1776 says:

    That pillow puffer yannapoopypuss annoys the shit out of me.

  4. Big Butt says:

    The anonymous writer sent it in as a troll

    1. C.M. says:

      Yeah I think so. It’s pretty hilarious that it even got published.

  5. “It started with Sam Harris, moved on to Milo Yiannopoulos and almost led to full-scale Islamophobia. If it can happen to a lifelong liberal, it could happen to anyone”

    These people have no idea. If only they knew what the actual altenrative right is, they’d be terrified.
    These people are moderate anti-islamists, not alternative right. The alternative does have a racist element, in that it wants to preserve the European races.

    Sam Harris and Milo Yiannopolous are not alt right.

    “If it can happen to a lifelong liberal, it could happen to anyone”

    Beware, kids, or the uncomfortable facts might open your mind to the wrong conclusions.
    Remember to keep that mind sealed shut, and pray five times a day.

    1. Those people are moderate…*

    2. Morbideathscream says:

      OH NOES I ALMOST GOT A CASE OF FULL BLOWN ISLAMOPHOBIA

      How many more concerts and gay night clubs need to be shot up by Islamic terrorists for these libtards to realize that muslims are not their friends and are invading your country? I like to see how long these sjw fucktards would last in an area declared under Sharia law. Are they going to tell Muslim extremists how they fought fascism and islamophobia? I like to see how that works out.

      You just can’t fix stupid.

      As Anton Levay once said, it’s ashame stupidity isn’t painful.

      1. Rainer Weikusat says:

        I’m sorry but I’m entirely unafraid by these people. I don’t particularly like them. But I don’t particularly like anyone. Eg, Vikernes seems like an OK guy. But I only know the public image he presents. And most people I’ve encountered so far decidedly weren’t.

        1. Fart dad says:

          Rainer, you are autistic or aspergers yes? Everything you say is somewhat bright but always barely related to what’s being stated.

          1. Rainer Weikusat says:

            Probably.

      2. El Duende says:

        Citing Anton Levi just made everything you said void, haha.
        Just another kike fooling retarded atheistic, fatalist liberals.

    3. Necronomeconomist says:

      What is the ACTUAL alternative right?
      You’ve piqued my curiousity now #nohomo

        1. Rainer Weikusat says:

          More Sunday talking: I moved from Germany to England in December 2010. This means I neatly fucked myself wrt ever reaching a retirement age because by the time the money I’m paying into the English system starts to count, I’ll be to old to pay in for long enough to ever get more then pocket change out of it. Nevertheless, this was a very good idea as this place is much more compatible with me. For instance, in Germany, at least in the parts I happen to know, rudeness is pretty much considered to be a virtue but minus my communicational inabilities, it’s completely alien to me.

          I pretty much lost the 20 years from 1991 to 2011 because of this.

  6. 8==D says:

    the modern equivalent of “Pokemon cards are turning your kids into SATAN WORSHIPPERS!”

    1. C.M. says:

      Well, I played Pokemon card battles with my friends when I was a kid. Now I listen to Slayer. Maybe they were on to something then.

      1. Necronomeconomist says:

        Both were in the modern era.

    2. I don’t think so.
      It’s more like communists turning others to communism, Christians turning others to Christianity, and so on.
      The alternative right turn others to the alternative right, and the alternative right is a racist ideology.
      The reason that this scares people, is that racism is to the modern world what atheism was to the old one.

      Even if one is against genocide and slavery, any perceived difference between human populations is blasphemy (with the occasional exception of thinking that Europeans are inferior).
      This uncomfortable squirming is the church warning people that they may lose their faith.

      1. The alternative right turns*

      2. C.M. says:

        This is only part of the story, though.

        The left fails to grasp this: Some people become racists because they observe alien, repulsive social behavior and inversion of their own values in other ethnic groups, and then find that the mainstream narrative enforces the notion that there is really no difference between themselves and those people who are very clearly “others”. People become racists the same way they figure out what they are allergic too, or what foods they like.

        1. People can become racists through personal experience and through reading statistical data, yes.
          But being a racist does not mean that one is alt right wing.

  7. cornrose says:

    Damn Greek homos

  8. C.M. says:

    The progressive narrative – since it blots out the reality of genetics and such – assumes a “blank slatist” perspective toward human development. That is, that human minds develop primarily (or entirely) due to influence from the environment. So, kids who grow up poor are more likely to always be poor, because that’s the only way they learned to live (and certainly not because of any kind of genetic proclivity toward lack of cognitive capacity to plan, resulting in poor resource management skills).

    This same progressive dogma is used to rationalize this notion that traits, deemed socially undesirable as we move toward a classless utopia, are entirely inherited by some word-of-mouth mechanism. So, if you’re a racist, it’s just because you heard it somewhere, from someone ignorant, (i.e. old people, i.e. your dad), before you had a chance to be educated about the REAL truth of racelesness and classlesness.

    This is bad for three reasons. 1. It gives incentive to state custodian to kidnap your children and indoctrinate them in values and rationalizations that run counter to real-world matters of cause and effect, social and personal teleologies, and other important stuff, like even the belief in your soul. 2. As the narrative around what is and isn’t moral shifts (due to public opinion, swayed by those with the gumption to gain power from having public favor), this method of marking enemies is unreliable: One decade, blacks and homosexuals are openly reviled. The next decade, they’re celebrated by the media. Two decades later, it’s taboo to openly revile blacks or homosexuals. Such wild swings are unavoidable when your gauge of goodness is measured by the opinions of mobs of gullible people. 3. With point 2 in mind, consider how this policy of deciding who/what was socially unacceptable might go if the progressive dogma *didn’t* ignore the reality of genetics, race, sexual dimorphic psychology, etc! They would be crying for racial cleansing and genocides, because they would realize that the only way to eradicate some ideology is to systematically eradicate everyone who supports that ideology! Be thankful that they still don’t understand the relationship between memes and genes.

    And this here concludes all I have to say regarding the awkward political language being hefted around here recently. If any idea rejects the reality that natural equilibrium is hierarchical, it should be looked on suspiciously. Also be aware of those ideas that embrace the concept of natural heirarchy but backs it up with suspect reasoning based on some openly arbitrary dogma (“redneck racism”, as I’ll call it – the type of irrational white powerisms as imagined in movies like American History X, is one good example; New-Age religion-superstitions could be another; lay them all to waste).

  9. Milo will never be one of us.

  10. Milo will never be on our side…

  11. Vigilance says:

    I have that shirt.

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