Richard Spencer Addressing the National Policy Institute

Jared Taylor’s organization sponsored their annual confab, and I must say this was one of the worst ones yet. Wait, it was the worst one yet. The NPI has now gone full Nazi. I wonder what Mr. Taylor’s wife thinks about that? Jared watered these strange little plants for years no doubt knowing full well what sort of a nasty garden he was cultivating, and now that the crop is ready to harvest, is he surprised at what bloomed? Right what it said on the seed package, right?

The white sheets are coming off these guys in a big way. I recognized a few of the people there. Harlem Venison was there. I know why he went there, but I say he made a big mistake. Sometimes you just walk in the wrong party, you know? In that case, you say, sorry, wrong address. Do you stay for a drink? Maybe you do, and maybe you don’t. But with some accidental parties, you’re glad you wrote the address down once you take a good look a the revelers. Parties are usually good fun, but some folks are so seedy you don’t even want to have a beer with them, you know? And some parties are not all good fun. Some wild parties are downright dangerous, and it’s smarter to just stay home alone. Case in point.

Harlem says he’s not a White nationalist, and I agree with that. So what’s he doing here? Bad choice. He only wants to take down antiracism as a dogma. Which sort of makes sense considering what sort of weeds have sprung up in that once well-tended community garden. But really, in life you have to choose your enemies. Either antiracist dogma is the enemy that needs to be fought, and doing so by making alliance with these jugend is the right thing to do in terms of the enemy of my enemy is my friend, or it’s the other way around. And yeah, that’s a moral question all right. Not such a simple one either.

The antis hate me as much as they ever did, but that’s too bad because much as the feelings are mutual on my end, I would very much prefer to ally with the Cultural Left against this NPI malignancy than the other way around.

You pick your “enemies” in life. And so with your “friends.” Half of your enemies are really frenemies, and it’s even worse than that with your friends. First you brutally sort them into two calculatingly amoral piles. If you have any sense, you do so strategically. Sometimes allying with the bad guys against the worst guys is not only cynical realpolitik and situation ethics but also moral high reason if not moral righteousness of the highest order.

If you sit around waiting for the good guys versus bad guys war, you’ll sit out every fight because there are no good guys in war. And in so doing, you will allow your world to be potentially overrun by the worst Orcs of your nightmares all because the good guys couldn’t pass your petty purity test.

Virginity tests went out a long time ago in the West. In a world where we all sullied, they never made sense anyway. There are crystalline whores singing in the lofty crags and black-eyes virgins grunting in the boiling mud. A hymen’s a piece of flesh, not an honor badge. It’s about as meaningful as a hangnail. There’s a reason prigs are so hated. They demand purity and chastity in in a world where few humans measure up, not that anyone should anyway. Priggism is a con, a lie, a scam, a shield for projecting sinners with weighted hearts.

In real life, you get your hands dirty, you don’t always get to wash up right away, and the stains don’t always wash out. Cloisters are for nuns, and they have earned the privilege of residence. The rest of us don’t have that luxury. We have to wrestle in the mud like everyone else. A man chooses his battles wisely, and almost almost no one wears black or white in war anymore. Every army is a shade of one or the other or both or neither, and that’s when the colors are discernible at all. Roll them unfiltered,  drink it straight, and die with your boots on. Dead is dead, but at least you went down fighting.

Pick your poison and head to the front. Some wars can’t be sat out.


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48 responses to “Richard Spencer Addressing the National Policy Institute

  1. Tila Tequila was there too. She’s a pretty cool chick and trolls a lot on the internet. Her Twitter account got suspended cause she posted that Heil Hitler salute picture.

    The thing is, most of these guys have a light hearted sense of humor and while they do believe in nationalism and making sure white people are not the victims of reverse racism, they do it with a sense of humor.

    The mainstream media never acknowledges that sense of humor and just tries to paint them as EVIL MONSTERS and NAZIS because if the media showed their humorous side, it would disrupt their narrative of them being total monsters. A lot of this is just outright trolling but the media will never acknowledge that either.

    • Gay State Girl

      I feel very very sorry for them. Trump is going to fuck them over for sure, and they’ll be left with the residue.

      • Barack Thatcher

        The Jews will obviously be okay, just look at the Trumpenstein family.

        Trump has no animus for non-Whites except maybe Blacks.

        However, I bet it is possible lots of anti-Muslim violence emerges.
        Anything else probably couldn’t muster enough support.

        • Gay State Girl

          I meant the alt right will be thrown under the bus and they’ll be stuck with criminal records or tarnished digital fingerprints.

        • Barack Thatcher

          I agree, although some are tech savy and probably can’t be traced.

          However the folks out in the open; going to events like this?
          A Black mark on their resumes.

          Just look at Richard Spencer, he’s a young man.
          I can only think they’re so confident they’ll “win” that they won’t get in trouble for this.

        • Barack Thatcher Wrote:

          “However, I bet it is possible lots of anti-Muslim violence emerges.
          Anything else probably couldn’t muster enough support.”

          I’d say, they’ve had it a long time coming. In the end, it’ll probably be good for them…The only problem being a whole lot of “non-Muslims” or even Moslems that are of the not so bad kind will get caught in the crossfire. Think Sufis, Shias, Alawites, Druze, the Nation of Islam and simply Sunnis not in anyway attached to the Salafist/Wahabist/Takfiri mindset and funding?

          Case in point taken from Germany.


          After all, how does one determine “Muslimness”? That is a question I have for all these alt-righters wanting to make some kind of list. Who exactly gets on the list? How, and why?

          After all, anyone can call themselves a “Muslim” for whatever that means, just like any old Christian.

        • On topic:

          Will, look at this! These people are so fucking stupid. What do you get with Christian Identists and National Socialists? People who deny common descent from a single organism as well as us being descended from a common ancestor with apes.

          Muh Solutrean hypothesis. People are seriously stupid. Denying evolution because 1) “I didn’t evolve from no monkey” and 2) “I didn’t evolve from no nigger.” Pure idiocy, pure emotional argumentation.

          A lot of Alt Righters don’t have an IQ above room temperature, it seems.

      • Gay State Girl Wrote:
        November 22, 2016 at 5:24 PM

        I feel very very sorry for them. Trump is going to fuck them over for sure, and they’ll be left with the residue.

        No doubt about it, but for the moment, they sure are a cocky bunch.

        • Optimus Prime

          GSG is indeed right, trump has disavowed alt-right, conspiracy theorists and 14/88ers. I guess the ultimate betrayal has just begun.

        • Natz

          Cyrus. Reg. Muslim registry or immigration policy discriminating towards Muslims: Race probably overlaps quite well with religion in many cases.
          It is also something that is very hard to lie about and get away with lying about (if someone were to decide to make a coherent system based on race for this discrimination).

          If it is simply based on ideology (religion) then an ever-increasing surveillance-state or a very inept system is something I’d certainly be concerned with.

          Of course past recorded nationality or residency could be another thing, which I’d imagine is what the Trump adm. will be looking at reg. inflow of people to the US of A.

          As for Trump in relation to the alt-right, as far as any reasonable person within the alt-right I think all they expect from Trump is to build a wall and deport a few million illegals. It wouldn’t make any sense to imagine that Trump would be more aligned with them than that. “Heil Trump” is mostly a joke, just like Richard yelling “PEPEE” right afterwards and calling him the God Emperor in his speech..

    • I have an old uni friend like that. Half the shit he says is either trolling or hyperbole. He’s got white nationalist views and he sees himself as some kind of edgelord. I think he’s a decent guy at heart but make no mistake, there are also enough psychos out there to make another SS.

    • Tulio

      Nazism is something you can’t joke about, even in an ironic way. Some things are just beyond the pale.

      And the fact that Tila Tequila, a flat-earther was there should tell you what type of that talent this group attracts. I’m not even worried about them. In a nation of 320 million people all they could get was a couple hundred people to show up, with flat-earthers being among them. I’m sooooo scared.

      • Jason Y

        Unfortunately, the same right-wing cultural cynicism that leads to Fox News also leads to Naziism. So the two groups have much in common but are definitely not the same.

      • Nebulous Maximus

        Good point. NPI and their ilk is so tiny and fringe, we might as well just ignore them.

        And comparing them to the Cultural Left is rather silly, as the former is 1000000x larger and more influential

  2. James Schipper

    In a way, the alt-rightists are the mirror image of the political correcties. Both groups are obsessed about race. The difference between them is that the political correcties want racial diversity, tend to demonize whites and indulge non-whites, and strongly believe that races are equal, whereas the alt-rightists want racial purity, tend to exalt whites and disparage non-whites, and strongly believe that races are unequal.

    Both groups are inclined to think that relations between races are inevitably conflictual and can’t be harmonious. Neither group wants to keep race out of politics as much as possible. The difference between them is that political correcties believe that in the long term, after white domination has finally been eradicated, there can racial harmony. To the alt-rightists, on the other hand, racial harmony will never be possible, so whites have to choose between being dominated or being dominant.

    • James Schipper

      There is another difference between them. To political correcties, race-mixing is just wonderful, while to alt-rightists it is horrifying.

      • Barack Thatcher

        Sidetracking just a little bit;
        Could it not be argued in some ways “race mixing” is healthy because it reduces the odds of getting recessive genes?
        I.E. you’re more distantly related to people of other races?

        • Barack Thatcher

          Not that I advocate that sort of thing, other than freedom of choosing for ones’ self.
          It can create many environmental issues for the children de facto.

          Although because IQ is more of a matrilineal thing the median IQ of a society could be brought up by high IQ women having kids with lower IQ men.

        • “Sidetracking just a little bit;
          Could it not be argued in some ways “race mixing” is healthy because it reduces the odds of getting recessive genes?
          I.E. you’re more distantly related to people of other races?”

          Well that merely the benefits of Outbreeding, and in reality the benefits isn’t even linear based on genetic distance as it appears relatedness on the level of 3rd Cousins in particular would be the “best” distance to reproduce within.

        • James Schipper

          Dear Barack.

          To minimize the effects of harmful recessive genes, it is only necessary to avoid marrying close relatives. You don’t have to go as far as marrying someone of another race.

          A lot of these harmful recessive have very low frequency anyway. Der Spiegel recently had an article discussing this. Their conclusion was that cousin marriages between Turks weren’t all that harmful, precisely because so may of these harmful genes are rare. They used as an example some disease, with a very long Greek name, that is caused by recessive genes.

          The frequency of that gene is as low among Turks as it is among Germans, but 1 out of 4000 Turks has the disease, while only 1 out of 10,000 Germans has it. So, the disease is 2.5 times more common among Turks than among Germans, but 1/4000 is not really a very high number.

          Regards. James

  3. yo great article in terms of content but also nice prose….seems a bit more stylised or poetic than normal.

    its sure something to think about. I don’t like either side but I’d prefer a world ruled by political correctness than actual fascism.

    I’d like if we were mature enough to accept HBD and still be ethical and kind but sometimes I worry that the pendulum has to swing to one extreme or the other. We might miss the politically correct world one day. Could it be….better… that people are ignorant about it, that our media tries to keep it that way, intentionally or unintentionally?

    On the other hand, if the mainstream doesn’t accept reality, isn’t there a danger it will empower the far right?

    Doesn’t the truth have to come out in the end?

    • I’ve actually read from a commenter on unz who actually argued that truth was actually unhealthy for people, since truth in it’s deepest sense who drive everyone crazy.

      Whether ignorant or not though of it, eventually it will back fire if not apprehended.

      • Tulio

        It’s sort of the way I think about religion. If there were no god, I’m not sure most people could handle it. Believing that they may go to hell for bad deeds probably goes a long way in keeping people’s behavior in check. A female coworker of mine says she wouldn’t cheat on her fiance because she knows that a god is watching, even if her fiance were to never find out. If she were an atheist, I have no doubt that she’d have little trouble cheating.

        Even though I’m an agnostic who is pretty thoroughly secular, I think it’s probably best if people believe in some type of religion. Some people can still be ethical without being believers but I think a lot of people would just start taking on a YOLO attitude without regards to morality if they stopped believing in god.

      • “It’s sort of the way I think about religion. If there were no god, I’m not sure most people could handle it.”

        Being an individual and having left my social circles in the past, what I’ve learned is that to me the people I’m surrounded by and the health of said group to me is my “entity” that gives me purpose.

        “Believing that they may go to hell for bad deeds probably goes a long way in keeping people’s behavior in check. A female coworker of mine says she wouldn’t cheat on her fiance because she knows that a god is watching, even if her fiance were to never find out. If she were an atheist, I have no doubt that she’d have little trouble cheating.”

        Goes along with my thinking. People, culture aside, lie in a spectrum of behaviors but under the influence of culture, though in the more “gray areas” may have different outcomes in different social environments.

        “Even though I’m an agnostic who is pretty thoroughly secular, I think it’s probably best if people believe in some type of religion.”

        Just last sunday I went to a black church, more along the lines of a “mega church” compared to the traditional small buildings I’m used to. Still, there was that same “warmth” I always felt. It used to be that way in my family, but the elders members died off and now we are “breaking up” so to speak. Seeing the bitter note things are being left on, a human virtue I value for semi-objective reasons would be solidarity.

        “Some people can still be ethical without being believers but I think a lot of people would just start taking on a YOLO attitude without regards to morality if they stopped believing in god.”

        Pretty close to my thoughts. As for my previous comments of culture versus genetics, I may’ve muddied my actual beliefs versus what I’ve said.

        Thinking it over, I believe it works as Individual genetics being the “ingredients”, but culture being the environment where selection takes place, on top of “organizing” the phenotypical effect.

        Lets say you have a native population with the IQ of 80, with a relatively extroverted personality average on the spectrum of I-E.

        Those who are very extroverted innately would be the “most successful”, then along that continuum you have those who are in the “gray area” who are good enough to survive, then you have introverts at the bottom.

        But lets say the cultural standards of a 100 IQ introverted shifted culture comes along, then hiearchy is inversed. This depends, however, on how successfully diffusion works.

        Evetually over time the original population will not only be phenotypically different in those traits, but also genetically as well.

    • Yo great article in terms of content but also nice prose….seems a bit more stylized or poetic than normal.

      Thank you. Why don’t you subscribe or buy a copy? All that means is donating a few bucks. Donate a few bucks, and you subscribed right there! Some poor commenters have even given me $1-3 and that’s fine with me.

  4. Barack Thatcher

    I would like to just say I do appreciate this blog now more than ever. Robert seems determined not to aid the US in its flirtation with the alt right and its admittedly bloodthirsty ideology. It would be very easy to simply go along/celebrate with the rest of the alt sphere, but thank goodness this blog has not.
    KA Conway said today Trump was looking for a diverse cabinet. Trump denounced the alt right as well. He is looking to appoint Ben Carson to a high position. Hopefully he murders this movement. Will he send his Jewish grandchildren, Latina bimbos or Black friends to the ovens? I doubt.

  5. Robert Lindsay, it occurs to me that as founder of the alt-right, it’s oddly appropriate how Hitler-esque Richard Spencer should be.
    Given that you’d be the closest thing the alt-left has to an equivalent of Mr. Spencer, given that the alt-left may well have originated with you, I’d like to see some public addresses on your part that bring to mind Lenin’s rousing speeches to the Soviets, or the like

    Good work as always, brother!

  6. Jason Y

    Stuff like this is why I was saying it’s a good idea to get out of the US on ethical grounds, even though a lot of Trump supporters are not extremists, but are rather Fox News types.

    Nonetheless, i can understand why ordinary whites, not extremists, might sympathize with Trump’s message that “flyover” or a better word shit-over country (saying it sarcastically as that’s how liberals and foreigners view it) is viewed with unjust contempt by cultural liberals and economic globalists.

    I guess it all boils down to whether Trump will turn out to do the alt-right plan or just be another Bush, but with less globalist views.

    • Jason Y

      The cultural left, which I agree with up to a point, could have avoided the rise of Trump by being less venomous in its constant attacks on small town America since the 1960s.

      But I think a lot of the cultural left were bullied in small towns etc.. which well, I can see the situation as I experienced myself, so they went to New York, California and plotted their revenge by being the most “chip on the shoulder” group imaginable seeing to get even.

      it’s mainly a case of people who cannot do moderation, but always go to extremes on both sides, at least a minority of assholes will, causing resentment on the other side, and eventually a war.

  7. Jason Y

    Ok guys, what do you all think of Dan Rather’s speech? OK, I agree, but I still cannot ignore the fact liberal elitists have ignored, hated and mocked small town whites (or just small town anyone) for the past 50 years:

    (got this from a bleeding heart poster on Facebook):

    Now is a time when none of us can afford to remain seated or silent. We must all stand up to be counted.

    HIstory will demand to know which side were you on. This is not a question of politics or party or even policy. This is a question about the very fundamentals of our beautiful experiment in a pluralistic democracy ruled by law.

    When I see neo-Nazis raise their hands in terrifying solute, in public, in our nation’s capital, I shudder in horror. When I see that action mildly rebuked by a boilerplate statement from the President-elect whom these bigots have praised, the anger in me grows. And when I see some in a pliant press turn that mild statement into what they call a denunciation I cannot hold back any longer.

    Our Declaration of Independence bequeaths us our cherished foundational principle: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

    These truths may be self-evident but they are not self-replicating. Each generation has to renew these vows. This nation was founded as an opposite pole to the capriciousness of an authoritarian monarch. We set up institutions like a free press and an independent court system to protect our fragile rights. We have survived through bloody spasms of a Civil War and a Civil Rights Movement to extend more of these rights to more of our citizens. But the direction of our ship of state has not always been one of progress. We interned Japanese Americans, Red Baited during the McCarthy era, and more. I feel the rip tide of regression once again swelling under my feet. But I intend to remain standing.

    In normal times of a transition in our presidency between an incoming and outgoing administration of differing political parties, there is a certain amount of fretting on one side and gloating on the other. And the press usually takes a stance that the new administration at least deserves to have a chance to get started – a honeymoon period. But these are not normal times. This is not about tax policy, health care, or education – even though all those and more are so important. This is about racism, bigotry, intimidation and the specter of corruption.

    But as I stand I do not despair, because I believe the vast majority of Americans stand with me. To all those in Congress of both political parties, to all those in the press, to religious and civic leaders around the country. your voices must be heard. I hope that the President-elect can learn to rise above this and see the dangers that are brewing. If he does and speaks forcibly, and with action, we should be ready to welcome his voice. But of course I am deeply worried that his selections of advisors and cabinet posts suggests otherwise.

    To all of you I say, stay vigilant. The great Martin Luther King, Jr. knew that even as a minority, there was strength in numbers in fighting tyranny. Holding hands and marching forward, raising your voice above the din of complacency, can move mountains. And in this case, I believe there is a vast majority who wants to see this nation continue in tolerance and freedom. But it will require speaking. Engage in your civic government. Flood newsrooms or TV networks with your calls if you feel they are slipping into the normalization of extremism. Donate your time and money to causes that will fight to protect our liberties.

    We are a great nation. We have survived deep challenges in our past. We can and will do so again. But we cannot be afraid to speak and act to ensure the future we want for our children and grandchildren.

    • Jason Y

      One cynical comment I have is “Do all Americans stand with Dan Rather?” or is that just a cultural liberal fantasy? Also, he brought up blacks, another group used by cultural elites to bash rural white people over the head with. Also, blacks want special rights. Yes, indeed, but when will poor whites get the same rights and attention?

      • Optimus Prime

        I listened to this speech, it was very good. But was he for real or was he trolling?

        • Optimus Prime

          I was referring to Spencer

        • Jason Y

          Most right wing Americans don’t side with Naziism, even though Nazis all love Trump. The thing with Trump is, he’s the first president to enforce the immigration law. That’s why he’s so dear to the alt-right. Other than that, Trump isn’t a racist or any of that, just a money hungry businessman.

      • Optimus Prime

        You are right Jason. Also it doesn’t make sense for Alt right Americans to side with Nazism. Obsession with Hitler is going to do nothing for Alt right. Hitler didn’t give a damn for America. Didn’t he refer Americans as mongrels?

        • Jason Y

          Right, and the mongrels he referred to were mixes of different European people, not black and white. So we see a really harsh definition of race is based on the nation. But you will find out from international travel that people of different nations, especially from Europe will hate someone from another country as much as from another skin color.

  8. Barack Thatcher

    Tulio is 6000% right that an
    Alt right type movement really doesn’t attract the smartest people.
    The sight of all these guys saluting Hitler and talking of “partying like it’s 1933” is offensive even to Trumpenproletariat because their grandparents fought and died in WW2.

    • Jason Y

      I don’t think the Trump supporters, most of them, are Nazis. They’re just tired of liberal elites mocking, hating, and ignoring their concerns.

      It is sort of like what’s on this show:

      There was a time though when ordinary Americans were vastly prejudiced against NAMS, simply out meanness, but that seems to be in the past mostly. Well, we can think liberals at least for that.

      • Jason Y

        Note, a lot of nationalities (like Koreans, Chinese, Mexicans, Russians etc..) outside the USA still emobody the asshole spirit of those past bigoted Americans, as Robert noted. But if you try to explain that situation to conservative white Americans nowadays, then you get made fun of, much like that family on the “The Goode Family” I mentioned.

        Nowadays, conservative Americans just cannot understand that the racism of the past is mostly the “in thing” in most countries, that is ones beside USA, Australia and a few other western nations.

        • Jason Y

          I have mentioned Koreans a lot, but not Filipinos. I had a Filipino friend, and well, the prejudiced against blacks he embodied was shocking, and I noted that in my stay there. Note, while he did like Reggae, which is hypocritical, the guy was comically and sadistically prejudiced against blacks, always bitching about them.

          Of course, that’s odd, because there are no blacks in the Phillippines, zip, none.

          Note he always mentioned his rich Italian friend who came to the islands seeking casino and chicks, and copied his typical Italian racism and comments, though Filipinos are already like that anyway, calling black people Neegers, while kissing the ass of whites.

        • Tulio

          That’s funny, because Filipinos are seen as the “niggers” of Asia, at least by the Korean and Japanese. There are some Filipinos that live in those countries and they are despised.

        • Jason Y

          Right, and oddly enough Filipinos worship Korean pop culture. I think Filipinos need to get some kind of pride thing going and figure out who their real enemies are.

  9. A. Alexander Minsky

    While Jared Taylor did attend and appear on a panel at this event, he did not “sponsor” said event. NPI is very much Richard Spencer’s baby. I don’t think you will ever see a time when Taylor’s group AmRen features a speech by the obsessive Kevin MacDonald on “Jews and American Consciousness”. And the day that Mr. Taylor sees fit to make Tila Tequila a featured attraction at one of his conferences, is the day that I sprinkle rock salt where hell just froze over.

  10. Waltem

    Hitler managed to get loads of Europeans killed and sided with the Japanese against America and Australia. How he can still be some considered hero of the White race is beyond me.

  11. 77777777

    Many of the Nazis around the internet are denying that they are Nazis, but a significant albeit minority of them are not hiding at all their fascist, racist leanings and objectives. They see the past as providing answers and solutions to their bankster-created problems, and that means going after minorities. We know these people have a long history of violence against coloured people, so any trend in that direction should sound the alarm bell really loud, because it means only one thing: mass-murders and mass-dehumanization, because they were capable of doing in the past, and they WILL do it given the opportunity. Don’t fool yourselves that these racial tribalists have changed throughout the centuries.

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