I have at times idly wondered about the relationship dynamics here, considering that IQ and crime *quantitative* data is one of the central planks of the Alt Right.
I am glad to see Nina has managed to finally resolve these “contradictions.”
The documents said that Spencer’s “controversial public life” has led “his entire family to be targets of violence,” and Spencer kept a loaded weapon in his bedroom that was “accessible by children” after he was “assaulted in public” on the day of President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
“Despite the risk to his family,” Koupriianova argued in court, “[Spencer] continues to engage in extremely polarizing public speech advocating ‘peaceful ethnic cleansing’ and a white-only ‘ethno-state’ which tends to invite passions and violence.”
Richard Spencer is pretty rich, or at least his family is, anyway. Large holdings of land in Louisiana and Montana. I think we all agree that Spencer doesn’t have much of a chance in these proceedings, whatever the facts of the case. (Apart from Richard Spencer being Richard Spencer, which screws him from the get-go, the emails appear pretty damning, assuming that they are not horribly out of context. Even if Kouprianova having a couple of children with Spencer – the latest this year, so it was conceived well after their “separation” – seems strange in light of her supposed fears about “further reprisal” by Spencer.)
Anyhow, it doesn’t really matter. Neither of them are likely to play any significant role in the future.
You know what is funny, though? This might well be the most significant result to date of “Putin Brain” Dugin’s 666D chess ploy to take over America through the Alt Right.
Namely, his Dugin translator wife denouncing Spencer as an extremist, fleecing him of his wealth, and helping put what little remains of the moribund Alt Right out of its misery.