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From the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation:

Racist posters promoting ‘alt-right’ alarm Toronto residents
Police investigate after posters went up directing people to ‘pro-European’ news sources

Kate McGillivray · CBC News
15 Minutes Ago

A Toronto resident who says she was horrified to see a “racist” poster on a pole while walking to her children’s school on Monday is blaming it partly on Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S. presidential election last week.

The posters, of which there at least a half dozen, showed up on Monday in and around Stan Wadlow Park in east Toronto near Woodbine and Cosburn avenues.

They begin “Hey, white person,” and invite readers to “join the alt-right.” The posters also list websites that promise to provide news from a “pro-European” perspective.

“It is racist. All cultures should be respected. That’s just the way it is,” said Penny Harker. “I think they’re up because … of the Trump thing. I think he’s filled everybody’s heads with this on immigration.”

Kevin Kerr made the same connection, tweeting a photo of the poster after his child’s caregiver texted it to him.

So disgusted by racists empowered by @realDonaldTrump….my children’s caregiver texted me this ad found at Stan Wadlow park in East York.

Coun. Janet Davis responded Monday afternoon with a tweet of her own condemning the posters.

This hate is unacceptable in our City. Staff are removing the posters immediately and investigating who is responsible.

Police officers and city workers were on the scene Monday removing the posters, a task made more difficult because some were glued, rather than simply taped, to the utility poles. …

Police said they have yet to determine if the posters will be investigated as a hate crime.

And here’s the offending flier:

 
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  1. Hey, what gives?..howzabout shooting some love Steve’s way.

  2. Smells like a false flag operation: Rehmat did it! (!)

    • Replies: @Economic Sophisms
    "less"? They mean "fewer" Sad. With big brains like this behind them, I doubt it will really go anywhere. The alt Center is the future.
  3. Pride in being white could be investigated as a hate crime. Don’t think they are going to keep the lid on this boiling pot.

  4. Funny, but the flyer doesn’t display for me … is the plain white background the offence?

    BTW, if you want the lastest scoop on what Soros and his henchpersons are up to for inauguration day, search #J20 on Twitter. For some reason they’ve picked the same name as the Chinese Stealth Fighter.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Anybody else having trouble seeing the poster?
    , @Kyle
    I thought they were gonna stop beating around the bush and just call it the f35
    , @Hbd investor
    They are using #j20 because January 20th is trumps inauguration date.

    The largest protests are planned for this day

    It has nothing to do with the chinese jet fighter
  5. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    A white puts up a few fliers questioning the benefits of immigration and diversity and it’s a hate crime.

    Meanwhile, blacks can burn down cities, pull whites from vehicles and beat them into a coma, all the while screaming kill whitey, and not a peep about it being a hate crime.

    Hopefully Trump has opened the door to sanity again.

  6. They forgot to include http://countenance.wordpress.com

    • Replies: @antipater_1
    That's because no one cares about Missouri politics!
  7. This is why it’s important to elect Republicans. They might otherwise be scumbags, but you know that the judges they appoint won’t allow the govt to come after “hate speech” like they do in Canada. No doubt Democrats would shut us all down if they could.

    • Replies: @Gandydancer
    Hepp says: "This is why it’s important to elect Republicans. They might otherwise be scumbags, but you know that the judges they appoint won’t allow the govt to come after “hate speech” like they do in Canada. "

    Doesn't apply to all Republicans. E.g., Marco Rubio: http://www.redstate.com/streiff/2016/01/05/marco-rubio-co-sponsoring-left-wing-bill-strips-college-students-rights/
  8. I love how the Toronto Star declares that the posters are racist without a second thought or any sort of analysis.

    It used to be a respectful newspaper. Now it’s just a Communist rag.

    Big anti-Trump rally taking place in Toronto on Saturday by the way.

    • Replies: @Formerly CARealist
    Why would Canadians protest the election in another country? Americans didn't protest the election of Trudeau or Nieto in Mexico. Maybe they think they should get a vote in the US?
    , @Perspective
    The local news interviewed this white cuck who is OUTRAGED by the posters. Now the police are investigating this as a hate crime. The question on the posters: "Why is it only white countries that have to be multicultural?" is totally legitimate. Toronto is San Francisco on lake Ontario.

    http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/toronto-police-investigating-racist-anti-immigrant-posters-1.3160086
    , @Anonymous
    The Star was always terrible. But lately, it isn't merely bad -- but full on cancerous.

    The Globe & Mail is what really alarms me. Maybe I am remembering it incorrectly, but I recall it as a staid, serious newspaper not so long ago. It is like garish, globalist propaganda rag now.

    I don't even bother reading the newspapers anymore. They just remind me how out of touch I am with conventional opinion. I get irritable and depressed.

    I'm hoping movements in the US and Europe will help change the landscape here eventually, but I honestly don't see any light on the horizon.
    , @anon
    The TORONTO STAR is certainly the worst newspaper in Canada. Pure 100% cultural Marxism and anti-white to its core.
  9. I’m going to guess fake, and I note in passing that when lefties denounce trump, they unwittingly trumpet characteristics that alt-righties like about Trump: he figures out how to pay no taxes, he always goes after people who malign his character, he’s telling NATO partners to pony up or else, etc.

    • Replies: @Olorin
    Jeezis, most lefties don't pay taxes either. This is like the squid calling Cthulhu tentacly.
    , @Carl
    Fake? It's obviously a real flyer.
  10. “Police said they have yet to determine if the posters will be investigated as a hate crime.”

    The poster did not include threats to physically harm Nonwhite people, so why should it be investigated as a hate crime?

    • Replies: @lavoisier
    Good point. This political correctness has gotten so out of hand that even bringing up an issue of white solidarity can be construed as a hate crime. Canadians are like Swedes and cowardly when it comes to asserting their rights and defending themselves against the other. They are always fearful of causing offense.

    This is a mess. Either white people start fighting back, and strongly, or we face a grim future full of gulags orchestrated by the tribe. That is what happened in Russia.

    It can happen here.

    I fear the left far more than I fear a fascist right.
    , @guest
    Because whiteness.
    , @anon
    Don't you know? Even whites just THINKING about their racial interests is DANGEROUS to the powers that be. Have to nip it in the bud.
  11. If the Nation of Islam were putting up black nationalist posters and literature in white suburban and rural areas, there’d be locals complaining about it as well. I don’t think you’d frame such an instance as being about locals hating freedom of expression.

    • Replies: @bomag

    If the Nation of Islam were putting up black nationalist posters... there’d be locals complaining about it as well
     
    They wouldn't say boo about the content; maybe complain about out-of-compliance signs; , etc.

    There is plenty of boosterism for women and the various "minorities in America" in the public sphere. Absolutely nothing pro-White; plenty of anti-White. Where is the pale equivalent of the Nation of Islam? Where is the "Nation of Christians"? Or a more modest NAACP? Or the multitude of defense funds, etc, that are explicitly devoted to ethnic/racial groups? Non-existent for those of the Caucasian persuasion; and any hint of such gets branded as extremism.
  12. @The Alarmist
    Funny, but the flyer doesn't display for me ... is the plain white background the offence?

    BTW, if you want the lastest scoop on what Soros and his henchpersons are up to for inauguration day, search #J20 on Twitter. For some reason they've picked the same name as the Chinese Stealth Fighter.

    Anybody else having trouble seeing the poster?

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    I just moused-over it and realised I can click through to it. It just isn't displaying for me on this page.
    , @Olorin
    Fine here.
    , @Auntie Analogue
    Mr. Sailer, the flyer's bullet point text is somewhat indistinct, took a long hard peer to make it out. I can't make out all of its listed website url's. Clicking on the image in your post and bringing up the enlarged image makes all of the flyer's text legible.
    , @NickG
    It should read 'fewer white people' rather than 'less white people'.

    The basic rule being, if it's countable, it's fewer.
  13. The local SJW station, CITY-TV, had a man on the street quote from a Muslim woman in hijab: “This is not who we are.”

    You can’t make this stuff up.

    Meanwhile the same SJW station was recently trumpeting the Toronto Police Services new Muslim “chaplain,” only to pipe down when his views on women were revealed:

    Muslim Toronto police chaplain’s views troubling

    Also, there’s a semi-permanent Muslim book stall at one of the city’s major intersections where “how to beat your wife(s)” tomes are frequently handed out:

    Does Islam allow Wife Beating?

    • Replies: @Dissident

    Meanwhile the same SJW station was recently trumpeting the Toronto Police Services new Muslim “chaplain,” only to pipe down when his views on women were revealed:
     
    Narrative collision.
  14. My bad. It was the CBC, not the Toronto Star. They’re all birds of a feather in this town though.

  15. Have to say that for all the twitter assaults that the Alt-Right specialises in for promotion, this old fashioned style could be another way of breaking through. Imagine strategically placed flyers like this in very liberal institutions. The point wouldn’t be to get people to look at the poster and get interested. Instead, the point would be for liberals and others to get outraged about it and get promotion that way. In other words, feed into the liberal hoax culture because it will inevitably inflate the size of the movement. They will pull their hoaxes anyway but better that they channel it unto existing groups like the Alt-Right rather than chimeras like the Clan or Nazi’s,etc.

    Fake till you make it…and use your overgrown status to get new followers in the meantime

    • Agree: reiner Tor
    • Replies: @MarkinLA
    Very much like the policy of non-violence used by Gandhi and King. If all you are doing is posting signs asking people to think and the left goes bonkers it will wake more people up to their psychosis, the same way people beating blacks just for marching or Indians for refusing to cooperate with the British did.
    , @grj
    That is exactly what they are doing and they talk about it openly on podcasts like tds at therightstuff.biz
    , @No_0ne
    Sure. It's IRL trolling. CBC is what's known as an "lolcow."
  16. “All cultures should be respected”

  17. @Steve Sailer
    Anybody else having trouble seeing the poster?

    I just moused-over it and realised I can click through to it. It just isn’t displaying for me on this page.

  18. @Steve Sailer
    Anybody else having trouble seeing the poster?

    Fine here.

  19. Taki Mag listed amongst the poster’s Deplorables. Missing are The Unz Review and its HBD tool Steve Sailer! Now that is definitely ULTRA DEPLORABLE!

    • Replies: @Dissident
    Also conspicuously absent is VDARE.com.
  20. Posters alarm Toronto residents

    There. I fixed it.

  21. They want us gone and they will not compromise.

  22. The past is another country. The men who took Vimy and Juno, and who died at Dieppe, did not do so for diversity.

    As a Canadian veteran I say this:

    F**k Canada, right in the ear.

    • Agree: random observer
    • Replies: @DH

    The men who took Vimy and Juno, and who died at Dieppe, did not do so for diversity
     
    Yes, they did die and kill for diversity. They just did not know they were useful idiots. Useful idiots in the destruction of Europe and eventually their posterity as well. It is time for a reassessment of WWII and who were the "bad guys".
  23. Not impressed that The Occidental Observer (the most important redpill of all) was left out.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
  24. @Steve Sailer
    Anybody else having trouble seeing the poster?

    Mr. Sailer, the flyer’s bullet point text is somewhat indistinct, took a long hard peer to make it out. I can’t make out all of its listed website url’s. Clicking on the image in your post and bringing up the enlarged image makes all of the flyer’s text legible.

  25. Bullet # 6 on the flier:

    Disgusted by the garbage on television?

    Diversity loves colorful, stroboscopic pictures and sounds that come from their jumbotron flats.

    Whites are the only one that still believe that everybody loved Lucy’s duo-chromatic world.

    Even nowadays they are gullible enough to notice that, some half a century ago, as their parents were joyfully inviting Lucille Esmeralda McGillicuddy to their suburban sprawl prefabs, they also unwittingly had embraced TV box as medium of “kālo’smi lokakṣayakṛtpravṛddho lokānsamāhartumiha pravṛttaḥ” message.

    No mega-society of the past so eagerly oppenheimered themselves to the gates of historical irrelevance as we will.

  26. @Canadian Observer
    I love how the Toronto Star declares that the posters are racist without a second thought or any sort of analysis.

    It used to be a respectful newspaper. Now it's just a Communist rag.

    Big anti-Trump rally taking place in Toronto on Saturday by the way.

    Why would Canadians protest the election in another country? Americans didn’t protest the election of Trudeau or Nieto in Mexico. Maybe they think they should get a vote in the US?

    • Replies: @Frau Katze
    Canadians always obsess over US elections. I remember my parents doing it in the 1970's.

    Myself, I'm cheering you on.
    , @Almost Missouri
    It's not just the Canadians. For some reason, British, Dutch, German and other NW Euros seem to think they should tell me who is acceptable for me to vote for. Interestingly, no one I know from Latin America, Middle East, Africa or Asia seems to have this delusion.

    Damn white people.
    , @Maj. Kong
    The US, via the NATO alliance, is the guarantor of the security of most Western countries, which are for all intents and purposes, protectorates.

    Given that our Presidency has assumed unilateral control over the war powers, to the detriment of Congress, it does have a material effect on those countries.

    What that material effect is, however, mainly adds up to increased difficulties relating to tourism. Along with the occasional Islamist terror attack.

    It's mostly leftists angry about our elections, but in return I do ask any readers in Austria to vote for Hofer this December.
    , @Olorin

    Why would Canadians protest the election in another country?
     
    They heard Cher, Miley Cyrus, Spike Lee, Jon Liebowitz, Amy Shumer, Lena Dunham, Samuel L. Jackson, Whoopi Goldberg, Barbra Streisand, and Ruth Bader Ginsberg were coming.
  27. Torontonians hate feeling left out of big events happening in the US. They just don’t feel important unless they can also participate in the unnecessary post-election drama from the safety of their own neighbourhoods by pretending they are victims of invisible Trumpkin agitators. Never mind that the US election is none of their business and no-one likes a nosy world improver.

    • Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon
    Look into the 2017 Crystal Ball: Once Trump's border enforcement and illegal immigrant attrition program gets rolling, opportunist migrants looking for a soft target are going to simply bypass the US and head to Toronto (there are plenty of direct flights between Latin American & Canada or they will take buses from Texas north). Many longtime US illegals will be heading to Niagara Falls claiming 'refugee status' once they feel the tightening crimp of E-verify. With your drama school PM, Canada's future may indeed be transformative. Who knew that the Camp of the Saints would actually play out on the shores of Niagara, Detroit, & St Lawrence rivers? Best of luck up there - we'll touch base and see how all that virtue signalling is holding up by 2018.
  28. How come Unz Review and American Renaissance aren’t included on the poster? Aren’t they deplorable enough? Even the late Western Ontario U. professor Dr. Phillippe Rushton isn’t listed.

  29. Toronto is the reigning gold medalist in the PC Olympics, for at least 3 decades now. (Portland, Seattle & Austin are looking to be contenders in 2017 though.) Grace & Steel, Brimelow, Roosh and Steyn have chronicled some of the details. It was a pioneer in criminalizing ‘hate speech’, deifying multiculturalism, & establishing kangaroo courts, aka ‘human rights tribunals’. City is choc a bloc w the full spectrum of angry SJWs. The residents’ smug factor, & tolerance/sensitivity posturing is currently beyond anything you’ll find in the US.

    • Replies: @silviosilver
    I wonder if Melbourne, Australia wouldn't give them a run for their money. Has Toronto ever elected a Chinese mayor who spoke broken English (which of course it was 'racist' to notice)?
    , @flyingtiger
    This could explain why the Maple Leaves have not won a Stanley cup since 1967. It is hard to be PC and cheer Eddie Shack on.
  30. They should replace “white person” with “people of non-color”.

  31. C’mon Steve you are showing your age. Your posts have the same tone. Quit acting beleaguered.

  32. @Sam
    Have to say that for all the twitter assaults that the Alt-Right specialises in for promotion, this old fashioned style could be another way of breaking through. Imagine strategically placed flyers like this in very liberal institutions. The point wouldn't be to get people to look at the poster and get interested. Instead, the point would be for liberals and others to get outraged about it and get promotion that way. In other words, feed into the liberal hoax culture because it will inevitably inflate the size of the movement. They will pull their hoaxes anyway but better that they channel it unto existing groups like the Alt-Right rather than chimeras like the Clan or Nazi's,etc.

    Fake till you make it...and use your overgrown status to get new followers in the meantime

    Very much like the policy of non-violence used by Gandhi and King. If all you are doing is posting signs asking people to think and the left goes bonkers it will wake more people up to their psychosis, the same way people beating blacks just for marching or Indians for refusing to cooperate with the British did.

  33. All it takes to make the news is six sheets of paper.

  34. Is there any provision under the Criminal Code which this poster has violated? Probably not. Has any City of Toronto bylaw been violated regarding the posting of advertisements on city property? Possibly, although I see posters staying on trees and lampposts around here for months at a time and no one seems to care. The City of Toronto would have to stretch things significantly if they were to unleash a massive manhunt over the petty violation of a rarely enforced bylaw.

    Although Canada has a terrible reputation in the Anglosphere for curtailing freedom of speech, the Supreme Court did overturn a particularly odious hate law provision under Section 13 of the Criminal Code several years ago. This is still a nation with a strong British common law tradition. Most of our judges understand this and implement the law accordingly. The Canadian and Ontario Human Rights Commissions are treated with quiet mocking disdain by most Canadians and even sometimes by our leftist mainstream press. These commissions were originally created after heavy lobbying by B’nai Brith and other Jewish groups back in the 1980s who wanted to go after white nationalist writers and organizations celebrating German culture. Over the past decade though, several Muslim groups have used these same commissions to lodge hate-oriented complaints against Canada’s famous Zionist Ezra Levant and other Jewish Canadian media personalities! It’s a real riot! The mainstream media isn’t sure how to spin the coverage.

    Regardless of whether any investigation will lead to charges or a conviction in this instance, the City of Toronto and Toronto Police Service are working together to put the fear of God into people. Who wants to be investigated or questioned by the police? Even if the transgressions are frivolous? No one! As a result, most of the adults in this city just sit and take it while the children yell and scream at them incessantly.

    This Kevin Kerr fellow sounds like a typical leftist professional living in Toronto’s liberal Waspy East End. I know many like him. All of these folks delegate their child rearing responsibilities to Filipinas while their womenfolk busy themselves partaking in status-seeking careers in the financial district. There are armies of Filipina women walking around the tonier residential parts of Toronto during the daytime and it sounds like a Filipina was the first to see the deplorable poster and inform her master about it. Playing the paternalistic protector against the white rube who violated the dignity of the Filipina under his charge, Mr. Kerr went straight to Twitter to denigrate any man who dares to challenge the current global corporate order.

    The Toronto media churns out dozens of articles every day about how terrible Trump and his supporters are. They can’t shut up about it. It seems to be all they ever write about. On Saturday, various left wing organizations will be staging their second anti-Trump rally in downtown Toronto demanding that another nation-state’s democratically elected President be unseated. The smugness and arrogance of these people are enough to make you physically sick.

    This city may be irredeemable.

    • Agree: Johnny Smoggins
    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
    "On Saturday, various left wing organizations will be staging their second anti-Trump rally in downtown Toronto demanding that another nation-state’s democratically elected President be unseated. "

    No doubt being, at the very least, cheered on by Alice Klein (do I even need to bother with the echoes?), publisher of the execrable Now magazine.

    Great takedown of Toronto (and Leslieville?) by the way.
    , @Almost Missouri
    Agree, especially on the SJW status-signalling being a WASP-centric cult.

    Small difference: I thought Section 13 was repealed by a private member bill in Parliament, not overturned by the Supreme Court. I'm not Canadian, though, so I presume you are better informed. Also, I wonder how the HRCs carry on without Section 13, which I thought was their raison d'être?
  35. I’m in Toronto and these posters made me feel great……basically suggesting to white people that, “hey, Trump won”….take pride in your heritage too……don’t let self-hating white people tell you otherwise.

    …and certainly don’t let brown people tell you otherwise!!!!!!!

    White People Built Canada and are still 80% of the country!!!!!

    FOAD Liberals!!!!

    • Agree: Perspective
    • Replies: @anon
    We were 98% of the country as recently as 1970.
  36. Maybe they should have used a partial view of Pepe’s face instead of the classical marble sculpture.

    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
    I've seen Pepe stickers in various places downtown.
  37. @Another Canadian
    Torontonians hate feeling left out of big events happening in the US. They just don't feel important unless they can also participate in the unnecessary post-election drama from the safety of their own neighbourhoods by pretending they are victims of invisible Trumpkin agitators. Never mind that the US election is none of their business and no-one likes a nosy world improver.

    Look into the 2017 Crystal Ball: Once Trump’s border enforcement and illegal immigrant attrition program gets rolling, opportunist migrants looking for a soft target are going to simply bypass the US and head to Toronto (there are plenty of direct flights between Latin American & Canada or they will take buses from Texas north). Many longtime US illegals will be heading to Niagara Falls claiming ‘refugee status’ once they feel the tightening crimp of E-verify. With your drama school PM, Canada’s future may indeed be transformative. Who knew that the Camp of the Saints would actually play out on the shores of Niagara, Detroit, & St Lawrence rivers? Best of luck up there – we’ll touch base and see how all that virtue signalling is holding up by 2018.

    • Replies: @republic
    From December 1, 2016, Mexican citizens do not need visas for Canada
  38. @PiltdownMan
    Maybe they should have used a partial view of Pepe's face instead of the classical marble sculpture.

    I’ve seen Pepe stickers in various places downtown.

  39. @Formerly CARealist
    Why would Canadians protest the election in another country? Americans didn't protest the election of Trudeau or Nieto in Mexico. Maybe they think they should get a vote in the US?

    Canadians always obsess over US elections. I remember my parents doing it in the 1970′s.

    Myself, I’m cheering you on.

  40. This would have been such a wonderful Monty Python sketch with Eric Idle and the gang in drag reading and commenting on these despicable posters.

    • Replies: @War for Blair Mountain
    I have been reading Eric Idle's twitter comments:nonstop Hillary Clinton worship...nonstop anti-Trump invective. Just what you would expect from a comedy troupe that had at least one homosexual pedophile as a member.
  41. “It is racist. All cultures should be respected. That’s just the way it is,”

    Lol. All except European cultures, she means.

    Bigots.

    If the Nation of Islam were putting up black nationalist posters and literature in white suburban and rural areas, there’d be locals complaining about it as well. I don’t think you’d frame such an instance as being about locals hating freedom of expression.

    Why would we do Big Media’s job for them? Are they fair? No. Is their unfairness In Charge? Yes. Crawl back under your rock.

  42. A city as diverse as Toronto and yet nobody complained about these posters until several white women came along.

    Guess why

  43. This is a good example of the journalistic category of a self-refuting report. In describing the poster, the report says “The posters also list websites that promise to provide news from a “pro-European” perspective.”
    Where does the quotation “pro-European” come from? Not from the poster, which makes no reference to Europe.

  44. @Canadian Observer
    Is there any provision under the Criminal Code which this poster has violated? Probably not. Has any City of Toronto bylaw been violated regarding the posting of advertisements on city property? Possibly, although I see posters staying on trees and lampposts around here for months at a time and no one seems to care. The City of Toronto would have to stretch things significantly if they were to unleash a massive manhunt over the petty violation of a rarely enforced bylaw.

    Although Canada has a terrible reputation in the Anglosphere for curtailing freedom of speech, the Supreme Court did overturn a particularly odious hate law provision under Section 13 of the Criminal Code several years ago. This is still a nation with a strong British common law tradition. Most of our judges understand this and implement the law accordingly. The Canadian and Ontario Human Rights Commissions are treated with quiet mocking disdain by most Canadians and even sometimes by our leftist mainstream press. These commissions were originally created after heavy lobbying by B'nai Brith and other Jewish groups back in the 1980s who wanted to go after white nationalist writers and organizations celebrating German culture. Over the past decade though, several Muslim groups have used these same commissions to lodge hate-oriented complaints against Canada's famous Zionist Ezra Levant and other Jewish Canadian media personalities! It's a real riot! The mainstream media isn't sure how to spin the coverage.

    Regardless of whether any investigation will lead to charges or a conviction in this instance, the City of Toronto and Toronto Police Service are working together to put the fear of God into people. Who wants to be investigated or questioned by the police? Even if the transgressions are frivolous? No one! As a result, most of the adults in this city just sit and take it while the children yell and scream at them incessantly.

    This Kevin Kerr fellow sounds like a typical leftist professional living in Toronto's liberal Waspy East End. I know many like him. All of these folks delegate their child rearing responsibilities to Filipinas while their womenfolk busy themselves partaking in status-seeking careers in the financial district. There are armies of Filipina women walking around the tonier residential parts of Toronto during the daytime and it sounds like a Filipina was the first to see the deplorable poster and inform her master about it. Playing the paternalistic protector against the white rube who violated the dignity of the Filipina under his charge, Mr. Kerr went straight to Twitter to denigrate any man who dares to challenge the current global corporate order.

    The Toronto media churns out dozens of articles every day about how terrible Trump and his supporters are. They can't shut up about it. It seems to be all they ever write about. On Saturday, various left wing organizations will be staging their second anti-Trump rally in downtown Toronto demanding that another nation-state's democratically elected President be unseated. The smugness and arrogance of these people are enough to make you physically sick.

    This city may be irredeemable.

    “On Saturday, various left wing organizations will be staging their second anti-Trump rally in downtown Toronto demanding that another nation-state’s democratically elected President be unseated. ”

    No doubt being, at the very least, cheered on by Alice Klein (do I even need to bother with the echoes?), publisher of the execrable Now magazine.

    Great takedown of Toronto (and Leslieville?) by the way.

  45. When he was Mayor of Toronto, the late Rob Ford was in some ways a forerunner of Donald Trump the politician. He had a lot of support among the working class and small business, with a particular appeal for Italians, East Europeans and others who had immigrated in the 1950s. They loathed the do-gooder big-spending SJW class that hated Ford.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    It was witnessing that whole Ford phenomenon that gave me the inkling Trump might win.

    I felt even early in the race that he had a real shot. Under the surface there are a lot of people who don't like what is going on. The left is very vocal and they have ways of silencing dissent -- but at the voting station, you get to have your say.

    Both men were despised by the political establishment, but had that bulldog personality that doesn't seem to care. Also, both were independently wealthy which helps.

    This was like a larger scale version of that mayoral race -- the attacks, the shock, disbelief and impotent rage of the elite class. It was pretty wild….Trump tapped into a lot of the same resentments.

    Hopefully Trump won't die of cancer after a stint in rehab for crack addition !
  46. @Canadian Observer
    I love how the Toronto Star declares that the posters are racist without a second thought or any sort of analysis.

    It used to be a respectful newspaper. Now it's just a Communist rag.

    Big anti-Trump rally taking place in Toronto on Saturday by the way.

    The local news interviewed this white cuck who is OUTRAGED by the posters. Now the police are investigating this as a hate crime. The question on the posters: “Why is it only white countries that have to be multicultural?” is totally legitimate. Toronto is San Francisco on lake Ontario.

    http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/toronto-police-investigating-racist-anti-immigrant-posters-1.3160086

  47. And now more people have seen the poster than would ever have seen it while walking through Stan Wadlow Park. Thanks for the free advertising!!!

  48. The problems I have with the alt-right are their radical anti-Semitism and their rejection of liberal democracy. If we wanted to change our society that much, why not just convert to Salafi Islam?

    They occasionally remind me of the Larouche movement with their odd fixations. Notice how they neglect* to mention anything about Jewish conspiracies, degenerate gays, or fascism on their flier, although these are important alt-right themes, at least as far as TRS or Spencer are concerned.

    It’s important to provide a white-friendly political and cultural perspective that is relatively free of oddities like this.

    *(Actually, I’m not sure Larouchies ever had that much restraint. They’d probably get through about 2 and a half bullet points before they start making every other sentence about how the Queen of England is behind it all. So I salute this alt-right postermaker for staying on message).

    • Replies: @silviosilver
    The problem with that view is that merely noticing reality is 'anti-semitic.' Have you noticed that Jews are ethnocentric, culturally and politically influential, and use that influence to stifle even the most meagre pro-white initiative? That's virulent 'anti-semitism' right there. It's a noxious conspiracy theory canard.
    , @lavoisier
    I agree that the alt right is a little too extreme with their anti-Semitism and it can turn people off. It is wrong to hate an entire group of people simply because they are Jewish, and it dilutes the message that the West is truly under assault.

    But I think their reaction is in response to the destruction of Western Civilization that is continuing rapidly. They know that Jews, through their monopolistic control of the media, have been the group primarily responsible for turning Western nations into towers of Babel, and they are justifiably angry to see their cultures disintegrating.

    But there are many righteous Jews as well who are trying to preserve Western Civilization. And Jews have made, and continue to make, many valuable intellectual contributions to our civilization.

    It is sometimes good to remind oneself of that to avoid becoming too resentful.

    But it is dishonest to not notice how destructive the tribe has been towards Western nations and peoples. And it is important to be on guard. Because that destructive impulse can lead to mass murder. We are living in precarious times.

    , @melendwyr
    Various alt-Right sites are dedicated to free discussion of contentious topics. Which means that even anti-Semitic ramblings tend to be tolerated there.

    It's not quite the same thing as having anti-Semitism be a feature of the alt-Right itself. Hitler had a very restricted diet - that doesn't mean that vegetarianism advocates are also supporting Hitler.
  49. The day approaches when being white will be a hate crime.

    • Replies: @Anonymous

    The day approaches when being white will be a hate crime.
     
    Well, at least white male. Oh, and speaking of Canadians...

    Donald Sutherland ‘Ashamed’ of Being ‘White Male,’ Who Are All ‘Misogynist Racists’

    http://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/kyle-drennen/2016/11/14/donald-sutherland-ashamed-being-white-male-who-are-all-misogynist#.WCpWgjlizzU.twitter
  50. @Greg Pandatshang
    The problems I have with the alt-right are their radical anti-Semitism and their rejection of liberal democracy. If we wanted to change our society that much, why not just convert to Salafi Islam?

    They occasionally remind me of the Larouche movement with their odd fixations. Notice how they neglect* to mention anything about Jewish conspiracies, degenerate gays, or fascism on their flier, although these are important alt-right themes, at least as far as TRS or Spencer are concerned.

    It's important to provide a white-friendly political and cultural perspective that is relatively free of oddities like this.

    *(Actually, I'm not sure Larouchies ever had that much restraint. They'd probably get through about 2 and a half bullet points before they start making every other sentence about how the Queen of England is behind it all. So I salute this alt-right postermaker for staying on message).

    The problem with that view is that merely noticing reality is ‘anti-semitic.’ Have you noticed that Jews are ethnocentric, culturally and politically influential, and use that influence to stifle even the most meagre pro-white initiative? That’s virulent ‘anti-semitism’ right there. It’s a noxious conspiracy theory canard.

    • Replies: @Greg Pandatshang
    You think what we're talking about is noticing? I'm talking about people who say "Heil Hitler" and "gas the Jews". That type of BS is a distraction from noticing the stuff you're talking about.

    Now, of course, absurd heights of sensitivity about anti-Semitism also drive people into the tender embrace of the 1488ers, because people get tired of being gaslighted. I'm happy to point it out when I see it, but I don't have a ton of faith in being able to get through to the left. Our side should at least be able to talk sense.
  51. @Jefferson
    "Police said they have yet to determine if the posters will be investigated as a hate crime."

    The poster did not include threats to physically harm Nonwhite people, so why should it be investigated as a hate crime?

    Good point. This political correctness has gotten so out of hand that even bringing up an issue of white solidarity can be construed as a hate crime. Canadians are like Swedes and cowardly when it comes to asserting their rights and defending themselves against the other. They are always fearful of causing offense.

    This is a mess. Either white people start fighting back, and strongly, or we face a grim future full of gulags orchestrated by the tribe. That is what happened in Russia.

    It can happen here.

    I fear the left far more than I fear a fascist right.

    • Agree: Opinionator
    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "I fear the left far more than I fear a fascist right."

    The double standards of the Left, identity politics for me but not for thee.

    Either none of us engage in identity politics or we all engage in identity politics.

    I will give up White identity politics if the Left gives up Hispanic, Asian, Black, LGBTQ, Muslim, Feminism, etc identity politics.

  52. @CrunchybutRealistCon
    Toronto is the reigning gold medalist in the PC Olympics, for at least 3 decades now. (Portland, Seattle & Austin are looking to be contenders in 2017 though.) Grace & Steel, Brimelow, Roosh and Steyn have chronicled some of the details. It was a pioneer in criminalizing 'hate speech', deifying multiculturalism, & establishing kangaroo courts, aka 'human rights tribunals'. City is choc a bloc w the full spectrum of angry SJWs. The residents' smug factor, & tolerance/sensitivity posturing is currently beyond anything you'll find in the US.

    I wonder if Melbourne, Australia wouldn’t give them a run for their money. Has Toronto ever elected a Chinese mayor who spoke broken English (which of course it was ‘racist’ to notice)?

    • Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon
    Western Cndn cities would be more Melbourne-like. Much of greater Vancouver is essentially an Asian colony. Probably far more advanced than anything in Australia since Canada had a 10-15 head start at leftist immigration policies. Toronto is more prone to delicately fussing (in a non-judgemental way of course!) over Afro-Caribbean and Somali immigrants. The crime & welfare stats for these populations are not a pretty site, but the authorities have taken care to suppress that data in recent years.
  53. @Greg Pandatshang
    The problems I have with the alt-right are their radical anti-Semitism and their rejection of liberal democracy. If we wanted to change our society that much, why not just convert to Salafi Islam?

    They occasionally remind me of the Larouche movement with their odd fixations. Notice how they neglect* to mention anything about Jewish conspiracies, degenerate gays, or fascism on their flier, although these are important alt-right themes, at least as far as TRS or Spencer are concerned.

    It's important to provide a white-friendly political and cultural perspective that is relatively free of oddities like this.

    *(Actually, I'm not sure Larouchies ever had that much restraint. They'd probably get through about 2 and a half bullet points before they start making every other sentence about how the Queen of England is behind it all. So I salute this alt-right postermaker for staying on message).

    I agree that the alt right is a little too extreme with their anti-Semitism and it can turn people off. It is wrong to hate an entire group of people simply because they are Jewish, and it dilutes the message that the West is truly under assault.

    But I think their reaction is in response to the destruction of Western Civilization that is continuing rapidly. They know that Jews, through their monopolistic control of the media, have been the group primarily responsible for turning Western nations into towers of Babel, and they are justifiably angry to see their cultures disintegrating.

    But there are many righteous Jews as well who are trying to preserve Western Civilization. And Jews have made, and continue to make, many valuable intellectual contributions to our civilization.

    It is sometimes good to remind oneself of that to avoid becoming too resentful.

    But it is dishonest to not notice how destructive the tribe has been towards Western nations and peoples. And it is important to be on guard. Because that destructive impulse can lead to mass murder. We are living in precarious times.

  54. anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Anonymous poster in Toronto:

    Hey,
    White PERSON

    * Tired of political correctness?
    * Wondering why only white countries have to become ‘multicultural’?
    * Figured out that diversity only means ‘less white people’?
    * Sick of being blamed for all the world’s problems?
    * Tired of being told you’re ‘racist’ for celebrating your heritage?
    * Disgusted by the garbage on television?
    * Don’t see a future for yourself or your family?
    * Questioning when immigration will stop?

    Join the Alt-Right

    redice.tv
    radixjournal.com
    counter-currents.com
    therightstuff.biz
    socialmatter.net
    takimag.com
    eurocanadian.ca
    amerika.org
    thealternativehypothesis.org

    isteve would have surely been on that list if Canada wasn’t so far from LA.

    • Replies: @Opinionator
    Steve is an Anerican nationalist, not a White nationalist.
  55. @silviosilver
    The problem with that view is that merely noticing reality is 'anti-semitic.' Have you noticed that Jews are ethnocentric, culturally and politically influential, and use that influence to stifle even the most meagre pro-white initiative? That's virulent 'anti-semitism' right there. It's a noxious conspiracy theory canard.

    You think what we’re talking about is noticing? I’m talking about people who say “Heil Hitler” and “gas the Jews”. That type of BS is a distraction from noticing the stuff you’re talking about.

    Now, of course, absurd heights of sensitivity about anti-Semitism also drive people into the tender embrace of the 1488ers, because people get tired of being gaslighted. I’m happy to point it out when I see it, but I don’t have a ton of faith in being able to get through to the left. Our side should at least be able to talk sense.

    • Agree: Dissident
    • Replies: @silviosilver

    You think what we’re talking about is noticing?
     
    That's all it takes to be denounced as an 'anti-semite.'

    but I don’t have a ton of faith in being able to get through to the left.
     
    Getting through to the left is not a high priority.

    Our side should at least be able to talk sense.
     
    Who says we can't?
    , @dfordoom

    You think what we’re talking about is noticing? I’m talking about people who say “Heil Hitler” and “gas the Jews”. That type of BS is a distraction from noticing the stuff you’re talking about.
     
    There's a certain element on the alt-right that reminds me of the punks in the late 70s. It's all about shocking your parents. These days the parents that these people are trying to shock are ultra-liberals so anything to do with Hitler is good shock material.

    It's tiresome and childish and counter-productive but you can't reason with them.

    At the moment the alt-right is suffering from absurd delusions of grandeur and they're developing a sadly misplaced sense of triumphalism.

    The people who elected Trump had mostly never even heard of the alt-right. The alt-right's influence on the election was virtually zero. I'm not opposed to the alt-right (although I disagree very strongly with them on many points) but they need to learn to be a lot more sensible and realistic. At this point their chances of winning the hearts and minds of ordinary people are pretty much non-existent. They need to drop the Pepe the Frog thing - it makes them look silly.
    , @MarkinLA
    You think what we’re talking about is noticing?

    Try going to any site that is heavily leftist or Jewish and post anything critical of Jews (and Israel on a Jewish site) and see how many times you are called an anti-Semite.
  56. @CrunchybutRealistCon
    Toronto is the reigning gold medalist in the PC Olympics, for at least 3 decades now. (Portland, Seattle & Austin are looking to be contenders in 2017 though.) Grace & Steel, Brimelow, Roosh and Steyn have chronicled some of the details. It was a pioneer in criminalizing 'hate speech', deifying multiculturalism, & establishing kangaroo courts, aka 'human rights tribunals'. City is choc a bloc w the full spectrum of angry SJWs. The residents' smug factor, & tolerance/sensitivity posturing is currently beyond anything you'll find in the US.

    This could explain why the Maple Leaves have not won a Stanley cup since 1967. It is hard to be PC and cheer Eddie Shack on.

  57. That area very much the “Portalndia’ of Toronto. Elected the leader of Canada’s socialist party, the NDP, for several terms. Not suprising the outroar.

  58. @SDMatt
    The local SJW station, CITY-TV, had a man on the street quote from a Muslim woman in hijab: "This is not who we are."

    You can't make this stuff up.

    Meanwhile the same SJW station was recently trumpeting the Toronto Police Services new Muslim "chaplain," only to pipe down when his views on women were revealed:

    Muslim Toronto police chaplain's views troubling

    Also, there's a semi-permanent Muslim book stall at one of the city's major intersections where "how to beat your wife(s)" tomes are frequently handed out:

    Does Islam allow Wife Beating?

    Meanwhile the same SJW station was recently trumpeting the Toronto Police Services new Muslim “chaplain,” only to pipe down when his views on women were revealed:

    Narrative collision.

  59. @Jefferson
    "Police said they have yet to determine if the posters will be investigated as a hate crime."

    The poster did not include threats to physically harm Nonwhite people, so why should it be investigated as a hate crime?

    Because whiteness.

  60. @Dan Hayes
    Taki Mag listed amongst the poster's Deplorables. Missing are The Unz Review and its HBD tool Steve Sailer! Now that is definitely ULTRA DEPLORABLE!

    Also conspicuously absent is VDARE.com.

  61. @Steve Sailer
    Anybody else having trouble seeing the poster?

    It should read ‘fewer white people’ rather than ‘less white people’.

    The basic rule being, if it’s countable, it’s fewer.

  62. OT – I see the usually sensible Steven Pinker has somewhat lost it in this US election…

    Sign the petition to the Electoral College: Elect Hillary Clinton as our next President https://t.co/wrO0dvBpwe— Steven Pinker (@sapinker) November 15, 2016

    Link

    • Replies: @silviosilver
    Oh, complete shocker.
    , @Anonymous

    OT – I see the usually sensible Steven Pinker has somewhat lost it in this US election…

    Sign the petition to the Electoral College: Elect Hillary Clinton as our next President https://t.co/wrO0dvBpwe— Steven Pinker (@sapinker) November 15, 2016
     

     
    Most of the replies were great and many struck me as typical left-wing types. Glad to see sanity on the left whenever I can find it.
    , @No_0ne
    I'm sure that it has absolutely nothing to do with his tribal affiliation...
  63. Stick up more posters.

    Seriously. If this causes the SJWs’ heads to explode and gets coverage by the CBC (Canada’s equivalent of the BBC) it’s a win-win situation.

    I really don’t see any downside.

    Although yes, Steve Sailer at Unz.com should be listed as the original deplorable.

    • Replies: @silviosilver
    Deplorable before it was cool.
  64. @Formerly CARealist
    Why would Canadians protest the election in another country? Americans didn't protest the election of Trudeau or Nieto in Mexico. Maybe they think they should get a vote in the US?

    It’s not just the Canadians. For some reason, British, Dutch, German and other NW Euros seem to think they should tell me who is acceptable for me to vote for. Interestingly, no one I know from Latin America, Middle East, Africa or Asia seems to have this delusion.

    Damn white people.

    • Replies: @Forbes

    Interestingly, no one I know from Latin America, Middle East, Africa or Asia seems to have this delusion.
     
    Aside from those already residing in the US...
  65. @Canadian Observer
    Is there any provision under the Criminal Code which this poster has violated? Probably not. Has any City of Toronto bylaw been violated regarding the posting of advertisements on city property? Possibly, although I see posters staying on trees and lampposts around here for months at a time and no one seems to care. The City of Toronto would have to stretch things significantly if they were to unleash a massive manhunt over the petty violation of a rarely enforced bylaw.

    Although Canada has a terrible reputation in the Anglosphere for curtailing freedom of speech, the Supreme Court did overturn a particularly odious hate law provision under Section 13 of the Criminal Code several years ago. This is still a nation with a strong British common law tradition. Most of our judges understand this and implement the law accordingly. The Canadian and Ontario Human Rights Commissions are treated with quiet mocking disdain by most Canadians and even sometimes by our leftist mainstream press. These commissions were originally created after heavy lobbying by B'nai Brith and other Jewish groups back in the 1980s who wanted to go after white nationalist writers and organizations celebrating German culture. Over the past decade though, several Muslim groups have used these same commissions to lodge hate-oriented complaints against Canada's famous Zionist Ezra Levant and other Jewish Canadian media personalities! It's a real riot! The mainstream media isn't sure how to spin the coverage.

    Regardless of whether any investigation will lead to charges or a conviction in this instance, the City of Toronto and Toronto Police Service are working together to put the fear of God into people. Who wants to be investigated or questioned by the police? Even if the transgressions are frivolous? No one! As a result, most of the adults in this city just sit and take it while the children yell and scream at them incessantly.

    This Kevin Kerr fellow sounds like a typical leftist professional living in Toronto's liberal Waspy East End. I know many like him. All of these folks delegate their child rearing responsibilities to Filipinas while their womenfolk busy themselves partaking in status-seeking careers in the financial district. There are armies of Filipina women walking around the tonier residential parts of Toronto during the daytime and it sounds like a Filipina was the first to see the deplorable poster and inform her master about it. Playing the paternalistic protector against the white rube who violated the dignity of the Filipina under his charge, Mr. Kerr went straight to Twitter to denigrate any man who dares to challenge the current global corporate order.

    The Toronto media churns out dozens of articles every day about how terrible Trump and his supporters are. They can't shut up about it. It seems to be all they ever write about. On Saturday, various left wing organizations will be staging their second anti-Trump rally in downtown Toronto demanding that another nation-state's democratically elected President be unseated. The smugness and arrogance of these people are enough to make you physically sick.

    This city may be irredeemable.

    Agree, especially on the SJW status-signalling being a WASP-centric cult.

    Small difference: I thought Section 13 was repealed by a private member bill in Parliament, not overturned by the Supreme Court. I’m not Canadian, though, so I presume you are better informed. Also, I wonder how the HRCs carry on without Section 13, which I thought was their raison d’être?

  66. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Canadian Observer
    I love how the Toronto Star declares that the posters are racist without a second thought or any sort of analysis.

    It used to be a respectful newspaper. Now it's just a Communist rag.

    Big anti-Trump rally taking place in Toronto on Saturday by the way.

    The Star was always terrible. But lately, it isn’t merely bad — but full on cancerous.

    The Globe & Mail is what really alarms me. Maybe I am remembering it incorrectly, but I recall it as a staid, serious newspaper not so long ago. It is like garish, globalist propaganda rag now.

    I don’t even bother reading the newspapers anymore. They just remind me how out of touch I am with conventional opinion. I get irritable and depressed.

    I’m hoping movements in the US and Europe will help change the landscape here eventually, but I honestly don’t see any light on the horizon.

    • Replies: @anon
    You are right. The Globe & Mail has gotten quite bad recently. It wasn't always like this. Seems to be turning into a real SJW rag, although its business news coverage is still very good. The Toronto Star, though, still remains the all-time champion for political correctness, cultural Marxism and all around anti-white views.
  67. There are so many straws that broke the camel’s back with this election.

    ISteve
    The_donald and the meme wars
    WNs manning the phones apparently
    Weiner
    FBI rank and file
    Alex Jones
    Breitbart

    And there were perhaps as many or more factors emanating from Hillary’s tone deafness, corruptness, and poor listening skills.

    However, the alt-rght and WNs were definitely a factor. On the_donald they were evident early in the piece, in the fight against the Swedish cucks. Later on overt WNish sentiment was more marginalized there, but it has somewhat re-emerged post victory.

    Every WN and WNish person knew that in this election it was essential to vote and encourage every allied person to vote, because this is our only shot at citizenism, our only shot at a wall, our only shot before another 11M+ Mexicans became permanent Democrat voters. I guess that’s a swing of what, (65-35%) = 30% * 11M * turnout, which could have swung the next election permanently to the Ds.

    Trump’s not WN but it’s a reprieve, a chance to consolidate ourselves. If we are lucky Trump will be as hard nosed as he is with not paying poor performing contractors, and ask himself why should he allow any likely Deomcrat to immigrate or stay in the country? OUT OUT OUT!

    • Replies: @No_0ne
    "The_donald and the meme wars"

    The original "meme war" of course, was Gamergate, which was the training ground for many who fought in the 2nd Meme War. They didn't know what they were getting into by starting that one. Next up, Austrian election...

    Also, "overt WNish sentiment" at the_donald is only marginalized by aggressive moderation. /pol/ is more reflective of the true sentiments out there.
  68. @Formerly CARealist
    Why would Canadians protest the election in another country? Americans didn't protest the election of Trudeau or Nieto in Mexico. Maybe they think they should get a vote in the US?

    The US, via the NATO alliance, is the guarantor of the security of most Western countries, which are for all intents and purposes, protectorates.

    Given that our Presidency has assumed unilateral control over the war powers, to the detriment of Congress, it does have a material effect on those countries.

    What that material effect is, however, mainly adds up to increased difficulties relating to tourism. Along with the occasional Islamist terror attack.

    It’s mostly leftists angry about our elections, but in return I do ask any readers in Austria to vote for Hofer this December.

  69. @Anon7
    I'm going to guess fake, and I note in passing that when lefties denounce trump, they unwittingly trumpet characteristics that alt-righties like about Trump: he figures out how to pay no taxes, he always goes after people who malign his character, he's telling NATO partners to pony up or else, etc.

    Jeezis, most lefties don’t pay taxes either. This is like the squid calling Cthulhu tentacly.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Jeezis, most lefties don’t pay taxes either. This is like the squid calling Cthulhu tentacly."

    This is true. That is why America's Chocolate cities have crumbling infrastructures, not enough taxpayers in cities like Flint and Detroit for example. These are heavily Left Wing cities inhabited by a demographic group that votes in a monolithic bloc for The Democratic Party.

    The mainstream media likes to portray Black America as having strong purchasing power, but that's a myth. If that were true than why do predominantly Black cities have a much higher poverty rate than the national average.

    Your average Trayquan and Laquisha do not have strong purchasing power.
  70. @Formerly CARealist
    Why would Canadians protest the election in another country? Americans didn't protest the election of Trudeau or Nieto in Mexico. Maybe they think they should get a vote in the US?

    Why would Canadians protest the election in another country?

    They heard Cher, Miley Cyrus, Spike Lee, Jon Liebowitz, Amy Shumer, Lena Dunham, Samuel L. Jackson, Whoopi Goldberg, Barbra Streisand, and Ruth Bader Ginsberg were coming.

  71. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @CJ
    When he was Mayor of Toronto, the late Rob Ford was in some ways a forerunner of Donald Trump the politician. He had a lot of support among the working class and small business, with a particular appeal for Italians, East Europeans and others who had immigrated in the 1950s. They loathed the do-gooder big-spending SJW class that hated Ford.

    It was witnessing that whole Ford phenomenon that gave me the inkling Trump might win.

    I felt even early in the race that he had a real shot. Under the surface there are a lot of people who don’t like what is going on. The left is very vocal and they have ways of silencing dissent — but at the voting station, you get to have your say.

    Both men were despised by the political establishment, but had that bulldog personality that doesn’t seem to care. Also, both were independently wealthy which helps.

    This was like a larger scale version of that mayoral race — the attacks, the shock, disbelief and impotent rage of the elite class. It was pretty wild….Trump tapped into a lot of the same resentments.

    Hopefully Trump won’t die of cancer after a stint in rehab for crack addition !

  72. @anonymous
    Anonymous poster in Toronto:



    Hey,
    White PERSON

    * Tired of political correctness?
    * Wondering why only white countries have to become 'multicultural'?
    * Figured out that diversity only means 'less white people'?
    * Sick of being blamed for all the world's problems?
    * Tired of being told you're 'racist' for celebrating your heritage?
    * Disgusted by the garbage on television?
    * Don't see a future for yourself or your family?
    * Questioning when immigration will stop?


    Join the Alt-Right

    redice.tv
    radixjournal.com
    counter-currents.com
    therightstuff.biz
    socialmatter.net
    takimag.com
    eurocanadian.ca
    amerika.org
    thealternativehypothesis.org

     

    isteve would have surely been on that list if Canada wasn't so far from LA.

    Steve is an Anerican nationalist, not a White nationalist.

  73. @Anon7
    I'm going to guess fake, and I note in passing that when lefties denounce trump, they unwittingly trumpet characteristics that alt-righties like about Trump: he figures out how to pay no taxes, he always goes after people who malign his character, he's telling NATO partners to pony up or else, etc.

    Fake? It’s obviously a real flyer.

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  75. @The Alarmist
    Funny, but the flyer doesn't display for me ... is the plain white background the offence?

    BTW, if you want the lastest scoop on what Soros and his henchpersons are up to for inauguration day, search #J20 on Twitter. For some reason they've picked the same name as the Chinese Stealth Fighter.

    I thought they were gonna stop beating around the bush and just call it the f35

  76. @BenKenobi
    The past is another country. The men who took Vimy and Juno, and who died at Dieppe, did not do so for diversity.

    As a Canadian veteran I say this:

    F**k Canada, right in the ear.

    The men who took Vimy and Juno, and who died at Dieppe, did not do so for diversity

    Yes, they did die and kill for diversity. They just did not know they were useful idiots. Useful idiots in the destruction of Europe and eventually their posterity as well. It is time for a reassessment of WWII and who were the “bad guys”.

    • Replies: @BenKenobi
    This is an old chestnut of mine. I usually follow it up with something like "if the men on both sides could see their respective nations today the war would have ended immediately"
  77. @Greg Pandatshang
    You think what we're talking about is noticing? I'm talking about people who say "Heil Hitler" and "gas the Jews". That type of BS is a distraction from noticing the stuff you're talking about.

    Now, of course, absurd heights of sensitivity about anti-Semitism also drive people into the tender embrace of the 1488ers, because people get tired of being gaslighted. I'm happy to point it out when I see it, but I don't have a ton of faith in being able to get through to the left. Our side should at least be able to talk sense.

    You think what we’re talking about is noticing?

    That’s all it takes to be denounced as an ‘anti-semite.’

    but I don’t have a ton of faith in being able to get through to the left.

    Getting through to the left is not a high priority.

    Our side should at least be able to talk sense.

    Who says we can’t?

  78. @NickG
    OT - I see the usually sensible Steven Pinker has somewhat lost it in this US election...

    Sign the petition to the Electoral College: Elect Hillary Clinton as our next President https://t.co/wrO0dvBpwe— Steven Pinker (@sapinker) November 15, 2016
     
    Link

    Oh, complete shocker.

  79. So when will our new God Emperor sent tanks to Ottowa to initiate Anschluss 2.0?

    • Replies: @BenKenobi
    Hopefully soon.

    He has many pathfinders behind the lines already.
  80. @celt darnell
    Stick up more posters.

    Seriously. If this causes the SJWs' heads to explode and gets coverage by the CBC (Canada's equivalent of the BBC) it's a win-win situation.

    I really don't see any downside.

    Although yes, Steve Sailer at Unz.com should be listed as the original deplorable.

    Deplorable before it was cool.

    • Agree: celt darnell
  81. Ha! They actually show a picture of said poster, with readable links.

  82. @Sam
    Have to say that for all the twitter assaults that the Alt-Right specialises in for promotion, this old fashioned style could be another way of breaking through. Imagine strategically placed flyers like this in very liberal institutions. The point wouldn't be to get people to look at the poster and get interested. Instead, the point would be for liberals and others to get outraged about it and get promotion that way. In other words, feed into the liberal hoax culture because it will inevitably inflate the size of the movement. They will pull their hoaxes anyway but better that they channel it unto existing groups like the Alt-Right rather than chimeras like the Clan or Nazi's,etc.

    Fake till you make it...and use your overgrown status to get new followers in the meantime

    That is exactly what they are doing and they talk about it openly on podcasts like tds at therightstuff.biz

    • Agree: No_0ne
  83. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @NickG
    OT - I see the usually sensible Steven Pinker has somewhat lost it in this US election...

    Sign the petition to the Electoral College: Elect Hillary Clinton as our next President https://t.co/wrO0dvBpwe— Steven Pinker (@sapinker) November 15, 2016
     
    Link

    OT – I see the usually sensible Steven Pinker has somewhat lost it in this US election…

    Sign the petition to the Electoral College: Elect Hillary Clinton as our next President https://t.co/wrO0dvBpwe— Steven Pinker (@sapinker) November 15, 2016

    Most of the replies were great and many struck me as typical left-wing types. Glad to see sanity on the left whenever I can find it.

  84. Steve why do you and Whiskey always say hate three times instead of just once? Is this a meme?

    • LOL: Coemgen
    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    Wrong. It's not hate. It's HATE HATE HATE.
  85. @silviosilver
    The day approaches when being white will be a hate crime.

    The day approaches when being white will be a hate crime.

    Well, at least white male. Oh, and speaking of Canadians…

    Donald Sutherland ‘Ashamed’ of Being ‘White Male,’ Who Are All ‘Misogynist Racists’

    http://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/kyle-drennen/2016/11/14/donald-sutherland-ashamed-being-white-male-who-are-all-misogynist#.WCpWgjlizzU.twitter

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Donald Sutherland ‘Ashamed’ of Being ‘White Male,’ Who Are All ‘Misogynist Racists’
     
    Perhaps he should be ashamed of the son he named after a fermented milk drink.

    Is he also ashamed of being a Donald?
    , @Anonymous
    All White Males are ashamed he is one of us too.
  86. @countenance
    They forgot to include http://countenance.wordpress.com

    That’s because no one cares about Missouri politics!

  87. @Hepp
    This is why it's important to elect Republicans. They might otherwise be scumbags, but you know that the judges they appoint won't allow the govt to come after "hate speech" like they do in Canada. No doubt Democrats would shut us all down if they could.

    Hepp says: “This is why it’s important to elect Republicans. They might otherwise be scumbags, but you know that the judges they appoint won’t allow the govt to come after “hate speech” like they do in Canada. ”

    Doesn’t apply to all Republicans. E.g., Marco Rubio: http://www.redstate.com/streiff/2016/01/05/marco-rubio-co-sponsoring-left-wing-bill-strips-college-students-rights/

  88. @Neoconned
    Steve why do you and Whiskey always say hate three times instead of just once? Is this a meme?

    Wrong. It’s not hate. It’s HATE HATE HATE.

  89. So glad my ancestors left Canaduh: cold weather and the most insufferably pompous leftists in the world.

  90. No surprise coming from a city that has bragged for decades about how it’s greatness is due multiculturalism (we’re awesome because we aren’t really Canadian). The amusing part is that it still somehow manages to be the blandest city in the Western Hemisphere, loaded with the most boring White people in North America.

  91. “So disgusted by racists empowered by @realDonaldTrump….my children’s caregiver texted me this ad found at Stan Wadlow park in East York.”

    In other words, basically Hitler.

    There should have at least been a trigger warning attached to these ads! The poor caregiver. I hope the parental substitute found solace in a nearby safe space.

    “Police said they have yet to determine if the posters will be investigated as a hate crime.”

    Isn’t treating the promotion of European heritage as a hate crime a hate crime in itself? Perhaps the Toronto police should investigate themselves.

  92. I support these flyers. They are positive, truthful not hateful. Also, they are current, not obsessing with lost wars, lost causes of the 19th or 20th century.

    Support the Alt Right…. because

    It’s Allright

  93. @Auntie Analogue
    Smells like a false flag operation: Rehmat did it! (!)

    “less”? They mean “fewer” Sad. With big brains like this behind them, I doubt it will really go anywhere. The alt Center is the future.

  94. @The Alarmist
    Funny, but the flyer doesn't display for me ... is the plain white background the offence?

    BTW, if you want the lastest scoop on what Soros and his henchpersons are up to for inauguration day, search #J20 on Twitter. For some reason they've picked the same name as the Chinese Stealth Fighter.

    They are using #j20 because January 20th is trumps inauguration date.

    The largest protests are planned for this day

    It has nothing to do with the chinese jet fighter

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    They are using #j20 because January 20th is trumps inauguration date.

    The largest protests are planned for this day
     
    My plan for making Hillary's inauguration history's largest rape vigil was scotched. (Or german-scotched. Or just trumped.)

    But my other plan, keeping Bill out of the White House with a restraining order, could still work. He does come by for a reunion now and then.
  95. The problems I have with the alt-right are their radical anti-Semitism and their rejection of liberal democracy. If we wanted to change our society that much, why not just convert to Salafi Islam?

    The problems I have with the critics of the alt-right is that all they have is stupid shit like this.

    • Agree: Forbes
    • Replies: @Greg Pandatshang
    Stupid shit such as bothering to kind of reply to a comment but then not actually writing any arguments or making any points in response? Yeah, I hate it when that happens.
  96. http://www.businessinsider.com/obama-trump-nationalism-2016-11

    Asked if he took responsibility for Trump’s election, Obama reiterated that he was “surprised” by the election, but said he doesn’t “feel responsible for what the president-elect says or does.”

    In other words, yes. He wouldn’t answer the question (he asked about his election, you ass, not what he does with the office) because the answer is yes, and he knows it.

    Lots of FIFY needed for this crap pile:

    President Barack Obama on Tuesday warned of a need to “guard” against a rise in nationalism both at home and abroad during a press conference in Greece one week after the election of Donald Trump.

    Alongside Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, Obama said that “separate and apart from any particular election or movement,” that guard is a necessity.

    “We are going to have to guard against a rise in a crude sort of nationalism or ethnic identity or tribalism that is built around an ‘us’ and a ‘them,’” he said. “And I will never apologize for saying that the future of humanity, the future of the world is going to be defined by what we have in common, [not] those things that separate us and ultimately lead us into conflict.”

    To borrow from Milo, our Nationalism isn’t going to be crude, it’s gonna be fabulous. So departing-boy needn’t worry.

    The us and them thing is hilarious. Democrats have zero credibility here. It’s all us vs. them. What departing-boy means is, they can’t allow the right to reciprocate the left’s us vs. them. They want it all for themselves.

    As for what we all have in common: we all have in common the desire to have nations for ourselves, not globalist holding pens and economic zones. It’s a human universal. Globalists are anti-human.

    The self-described alt-right, a movement that believes as strongly in ethnocentricity and nationalism as the left does, helped usher Trump into the presidency. Trump in turn elevated Steve Bannon, a top executive of the alt-right media outlet Breitbart, to his campaign CEO and, more recently, to his chief strategist in the White House.

    FIFT.

    Obama highlighted Europe’s bloody past, namely during World War I and World War II, as reason to avoid a path toward heightened nationalism.

    Actually, a Hell of a lot of the conflicts in 20th century Europe were caused by diversity, not nationalism. See, people don’t like being ruled by alien peoples, they don’t like being mashed into multiculti empires by their globalist “betters”…

    You know, diversity? The #1 driver of conflict, the world over? Hutus vs. Tutsis? Shia vs. Sunni? Well, okay, socialism was a big one, too. Both globalist darlings.

  97. @lavoisier
    Good point. This political correctness has gotten so out of hand that even bringing up an issue of white solidarity can be construed as a hate crime. Canadians are like Swedes and cowardly when it comes to asserting their rights and defending themselves against the other. They are always fearful of causing offense.

    This is a mess. Either white people start fighting back, and strongly, or we face a grim future full of gulags orchestrated by the tribe. That is what happened in Russia.

    It can happen here.

    I fear the left far more than I fear a fascist right.

    “I fear the left far more than I fear a fascist right.”

    The double standards of the Left, identity politics for me but not for thee.

    Either none of us engage in identity politics or we all engage in identity politics.

    I will give up White identity politics if the Left gives up Hispanic, Asian, Black, LGBTQ, Muslim, Feminism, etc identity politics.

  98. @Berty
    So when will our new God Emperor sent tanks to Ottowa to initiate Anschluss 2.0?

    Hopefully soon.

    He has many pathfinders behind the lines already.

  99. @Olorin
    Jeezis, most lefties don't pay taxes either. This is like the squid calling Cthulhu tentacly.

    “Jeezis, most lefties don’t pay taxes either. This is like the squid calling Cthulhu tentacly.”

    This is true. That is why America’s Chocolate cities have crumbling infrastructures, not enough taxpayers in cities like Flint and Detroit for example. These are heavily Left Wing cities inhabited by a demographic group that votes in a monolithic bloc for The Democratic Party.

    The mainstream media likes to portray Black America as having strong purchasing power, but that’s a myth. If that were true than why do predominantly Black cities have a much higher poverty rate than the national average.

    Your average Trayquan and Laquisha do not have strong purchasing power.

  100. @Anonymous

    The day approaches when being white will be a hate crime.
     
    Well, at least white male. Oh, and speaking of Canadians...

    Donald Sutherland ‘Ashamed’ of Being ‘White Male,’ Who Are All ‘Misogynist Racists’

    http://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/kyle-drennen/2016/11/14/donald-sutherland-ashamed-being-white-male-who-are-all-misogynist#.WCpWgjlizzU.twitter

    Donald Sutherland ‘Ashamed’ of Being ‘White Male,’ Who Are All ‘Misogynist Racists’

    Perhaps he should be ashamed of the son he named after a fermented milk drink.

    Is he also ashamed of being a Donald?

  101. @Hbd investor
    They are using #j20 because January 20th is trumps inauguration date.

    The largest protests are planned for this day

    It has nothing to do with the chinese jet fighter

    They are using #j20 because January 20th is trumps inauguration date.

    The largest protests are planned for this day

    My plan for making Hillary’s inauguration history’s largest rape vigil was scotched. (Or german-scotched. Or just trumped.)

    But my other plan, keeping Bill out of the White House with a restraining order, could still work. He does come by for a reunion now and then.

  102. The Left is boycotting Ivanka’s $200 diaper bags, along with the chain that sells them. That’s petty.

    http://www.businessinsider.com/trump-related-businesses-boycotted-2016-11/#8-bed-bath-and-beyond-8

    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    Anybody drinking soda (which is unhealthy anyway) or other sugary drinks should boycott Pepsi. It's a company led by an Indian woman, so one might consider shorting the stock as well (affirmative action CEO is always ominous for the stock price), but shorting is usually unsafe for retail investors, so simply stay away from it, and sell it if you have in your portfolio.

    Grubhub should also be boycotted, I don't think they do deliveries outside the US or the UK, so I can't boycott them either. These CEOs shouldn't be saying things like that with impunity.
  103. @Almost Missouri
    It's not just the Canadians. For some reason, British, Dutch, German and other NW Euros seem to think they should tell me who is acceptable for me to vote for. Interestingly, no one I know from Latin America, Middle East, Africa or Asia seems to have this delusion.

    Damn white people.

    Interestingly, no one I know from Latin America, Middle East, Africa or Asia seems to have this delusion.

    Aside from those already residing in the US…

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    Haha. =D

    Well, even those already in the US didn't seem all that eager to vote this time around either.
  104. @CrunchybutRealistCon
    Look into the 2017 Crystal Ball: Once Trump's border enforcement and illegal immigrant attrition program gets rolling, opportunist migrants looking for a soft target are going to simply bypass the US and head to Toronto (there are plenty of direct flights between Latin American & Canada or they will take buses from Texas north). Many longtime US illegals will be heading to Niagara Falls claiming 'refugee status' once they feel the tightening crimp of E-verify. With your drama school PM, Canada's future may indeed be transformative. Who knew that the Camp of the Saints would actually play out on the shores of Niagara, Detroit, & St Lawrence rivers? Best of luck up there - we'll touch base and see how all that virtue signalling is holding up by 2018.

    From December 1, 2016, Mexican citizens do not need visas for Canada

  105. Donald was married to the daughter of the founder of Canada’s socialist party. Nothing suprising

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shirley_Douglas

  106. @Reg Cæsar
    The Left is boycotting Ivanka's $200 diaper bags, along with the chain that sells them. That's petty.

    http://www.businessinsider.com/trump-related-businesses-boycotted-2016-11/#8-bed-bath-and-beyond-8

    Anybody drinking soda (which is unhealthy anyway) or other sugary drinks should boycott Pepsi. It’s a company led by an Indian woman, so one might consider shorting the stock as well (affirmative action CEO is always ominous for the stock price), but shorting is usually unsafe for retail investors, so simply stay away from it, and sell it if you have in your portfolio.

    Grubhub should also be boycotted, I don’t think they do deliveries outside the US or the UK, so I can’t boycott them either. These CEOs shouldn’t be saying things like that with impunity.

  107. @Anonymous
    If the Nation of Islam were putting up black nationalist posters and literature in white suburban and rural areas, there'd be locals complaining about it as well. I don't think you'd frame such an instance as being about locals hating freedom of expression.

    If the Nation of Islam were putting up black nationalist posters… there’d be locals complaining about it as well

    They wouldn’t say boo about the content; maybe complain about out-of-compliance signs; , etc.

    There is plenty of boosterism for women and the various “minorities in America” in the public sphere. Absolutely nothing pro-White; plenty of anti-White. Where is the pale equivalent of the Nation of Islam? Where is the “Nation of Christians”? Or a more modest NAACP? Or the multitude of defense funds, etc, that are explicitly devoted to ethnic/racial groups? Non-existent for those of the Caucasian persuasion; and any hint of such gets branded as extremism.

  108. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/11/15/in-athens-obama-warns-against-a-crude-sort-of-nationalism-or-tribalism-taking-root-in-the-u-s/

    The president said there was “a mismatch” between his own job approval rating, which stood at 56 percent just before Election Day, and Democrats’ loss of the White House. “People seem to think I did a pretty good job,” he said.

    Haha. President Bradley. He doth protest too much.

    There’s a mismatch, all right; affirmative action polling.

    • Replies: @No_0ne
    Yep. They can fake that one as much as they want; there's no election to provide reality testing.
  109. @Greg Pandatshang
    The problems I have with the alt-right are their radical anti-Semitism and their rejection of liberal democracy. If we wanted to change our society that much, why not just convert to Salafi Islam?

    They occasionally remind me of the Larouche movement with their odd fixations. Notice how they neglect* to mention anything about Jewish conspiracies, degenerate gays, or fascism on their flier, although these are important alt-right themes, at least as far as TRS or Spencer are concerned.

    It's important to provide a white-friendly political and cultural perspective that is relatively free of oddities like this.

    *(Actually, I'm not sure Larouchies ever had that much restraint. They'd probably get through about 2 and a half bullet points before they start making every other sentence about how the Queen of England is behind it all. So I salute this alt-right postermaker for staying on message).

    Various alt-Right sites are dedicated to free discussion of contentious topics. Which means that even anti-Semitic ramblings tend to be tolerated there.

    It’s not quite the same thing as having anti-Semitism be a feature of the alt-Right itself. Hitler had a very restricted diet – that doesn’t mean that vegetarianism advocates are also supporting Hitler.

    • Replies: @Greg Pandatshang
    If you think that anti-Semitism and fascism are peripheral to Spencer and TRS, that they just tolerate a few weirdos leaving rambling comments on their sites, you either haven't been paying attention or kidding yourself.

    Now, to be fair, that's not the entirety of the alt-right. I don't remember Millennial Woes weighing in on either the JQ or democracy one way or the other (he did come out against "peaceful ethno-nationalism", i.e. in favor of violent ethno-nationalism, but that was on the grounds that he believes peace is impossible anyway). It's hard to tell what Murdoch Murdoch does or doesn't believe in exactly since he works in the medium of self-referential parody. I will say for Ram-Z-Paul that I've never actually heard him say anything anti-Semitic, although I'm sure the self-appointed Emil Zolas think he's super anti-Semitic. I like Ram-Z-Paul just fine, but isn't he kind of a sellout pinko by alt-right standards?

    Naturally, it all comes down to who you think of as being part of the alt right and who isn't. In my mind, it's the people who fit in with Spencer (who coined the term, after all). I'm not a New York Times headline writer, trying to sell the idea that Steve Bannon is a neo-nazi. But, as for the kind of guys who want to see Lion of the Blogosphere in their death camps, might as well call a spade a spade.
  110. @Greg Pandatshang
    You think what we're talking about is noticing? I'm talking about people who say "Heil Hitler" and "gas the Jews". That type of BS is a distraction from noticing the stuff you're talking about.

    Now, of course, absurd heights of sensitivity about anti-Semitism also drive people into the tender embrace of the 1488ers, because people get tired of being gaslighted. I'm happy to point it out when I see it, but I don't have a ton of faith in being able to get through to the left. Our side should at least be able to talk sense.

    You think what we’re talking about is noticing? I’m talking about people who say “Heil Hitler” and “gas the Jews”. That type of BS is a distraction from noticing the stuff you’re talking about.

    There’s a certain element on the alt-right that reminds me of the punks in the late 70s. It’s all about shocking your parents. These days the parents that these people are trying to shock are ultra-liberals so anything to do with Hitler is good shock material.

    It’s tiresome and childish and counter-productive but you can’t reason with them.

    At the moment the alt-right is suffering from absurd delusions of grandeur and they’re developing a sadly misplaced sense of triumphalism.

    The people who elected Trump had mostly never even heard of the alt-right. The alt-right’s influence on the election was virtually zero. I’m not opposed to the alt-right (although I disagree very strongly with them on many points) but they need to learn to be a lot more sensible and realistic. At this point their chances of winning the hearts and minds of ordinary people are pretty much non-existent. They need to drop the Pepe the Frog thing – it makes them look silly.

    • Replies: @War for Blair Mountain
    The Alt Right needs to morph very quickly into a 2016 version of the late 19th century-early 20th century Nativist-anti-corporate power labor movement....a movement that in the past gave us such wonderfull things such as the Chinese Exclusion Act and the Sikh Exclusion Act.
    , @CrunchybutRealistCon
    Partly right, but the other big fish is that elements of the alt-right are undoubtedly infiltrated with plants & spies from leftist groups like the SPLC who have tens of millions of dollars at their disposal. Just as the FBI was a huge component of the KKK in the late 60s, so have deep state and leftist connivers attempted to distort the nature of the alt right to suit their narrative. The more kooky & extreme it appears, the better their fundraising will be. Grace & Steel have described similar efforts by "CSIS" to manufacture a thuggish far right Canadian "Heritage Front" in the late 80s. It was simply a propaganda stunt to deligitimise concerns about mass immigration & multiculturalism.
    In the bigger picture though, the elements of the alt right who describe current immigration policies in western nations as an existential threat are 100% right, and they likely have either pluralities or modest majorities (55%) of agreement from their electorates. Basically the sane part of the alt right says, "We wish to survive. Enough of open borders. Immigration policy must meet the needs and desires of a nations' citizens, not the whims of ethnic activists" To say that the alt right's influence is zero is patently absurd. Many major talk radio hosts like Michael Savage (10 to 20 million listeners) essentially espouse an alt right agenda of "borders, language culture".
    , @Greg Pandatshang
    Fair enough. I wouldn't give much thought except that I kind of like them. And I've been somewhat impressed that they've achieved some level of organisation, especially given that they often seem like they'd be unpleasant to be around (for contrast, if you've ever hung out with Greens, their politics never made a lot of sense to me, but they're just so warm and fuzzy, it makes you feel like, sure! Let's have a Green Party convention. Whatever).

    It's hard to measure the influence of a intellectual/ideological movement such as the alt-right, anyway. Spencer had interesting musings about the relationship between an intellectual movement and a populist movement (i.e. Trump supporters). They're not the same thing, but perhaps they interact.
    , @grapesoda
    Influential ideas start at the top and trickle down. It doesn't have to be through numbers. Dudes like that speech writer for Trump are conversant with alt-right thought. So there you go. It's absurd to think that alt-right doesn't have a sizeable influence. (I made sure to empirically validate this before posting it).
  111. @Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften
    This would have been such a wonderful Monty Python sketch with Eric Idle and the gang in drag reading and commenting on these despicable posters.

    I have been reading Eric Idle’s twitter comments:nonstop Hillary Clinton worship…nonstop anti-Trump invective. Just what you would expect from a comedy troupe that had at least one homosexual pedophile as a member.

  112. @dfordoom

    You think what we’re talking about is noticing? I’m talking about people who say “Heil Hitler” and “gas the Jews”. That type of BS is a distraction from noticing the stuff you’re talking about.
     
    There's a certain element on the alt-right that reminds me of the punks in the late 70s. It's all about shocking your parents. These days the parents that these people are trying to shock are ultra-liberals so anything to do with Hitler is good shock material.

    It's tiresome and childish and counter-productive but you can't reason with them.

    At the moment the alt-right is suffering from absurd delusions of grandeur and they're developing a sadly misplaced sense of triumphalism.

    The people who elected Trump had mostly never even heard of the alt-right. The alt-right's influence on the election was virtually zero. I'm not opposed to the alt-right (although I disagree very strongly with them on many points) but they need to learn to be a lot more sensible and realistic. At this point their chances of winning the hearts and minds of ordinary people are pretty much non-existent. They need to drop the Pepe the Frog thing - it makes them look silly.

    The Alt Right needs to morph very quickly into a 2016 version of the late 19th century-early 20th century Nativist-anti-corporate power labor movement….a movement that in the past gave us such wonderfull things such as the Chinese Exclusion Act and the Sikh Exclusion Act.

  113. @dfordoom

    You think what we’re talking about is noticing? I’m talking about people who say “Heil Hitler” and “gas the Jews”. That type of BS is a distraction from noticing the stuff you’re talking about.
     
    There's a certain element on the alt-right that reminds me of the punks in the late 70s. It's all about shocking your parents. These days the parents that these people are trying to shock are ultra-liberals so anything to do with Hitler is good shock material.

    It's tiresome and childish and counter-productive but you can't reason with them.

    At the moment the alt-right is suffering from absurd delusions of grandeur and they're developing a sadly misplaced sense of triumphalism.

    The people who elected Trump had mostly never even heard of the alt-right. The alt-right's influence on the election was virtually zero. I'm not opposed to the alt-right (although I disagree very strongly with them on many points) but they need to learn to be a lot more sensible and realistic. At this point their chances of winning the hearts and minds of ordinary people are pretty much non-existent. They need to drop the Pepe the Frog thing - it makes them look silly.

    Partly right, but the other big fish is that elements of the alt-right are undoubtedly infiltrated with plants & spies from leftist groups like the SPLC who have tens of millions of dollars at their disposal. Just as the FBI was a huge component of the KKK in the late 60s, so have deep state and leftist connivers attempted to distort the nature of the alt right to suit their narrative. The more kooky & extreme it appears, the better their fundraising will be. Grace & Steel have described similar efforts by “CSIS” to manufacture a thuggish far right Canadian “Heritage Front” in the late 80s. It was simply a propaganda stunt to deligitimise concerns about mass immigration & multiculturalism.
    In the bigger picture though, the elements of the alt right who describe current immigration policies in western nations as an existential threat are 100% right, and they likely have either pluralities or modest majorities (55%) of agreement from their electorates. Basically the sane part of the alt right says, “We wish to survive. Enough of open borders. Immigration policy must meet the needs and desires of a nations’ citizens, not the whims of ethnic activists” To say that the alt right’s influence is zero is patently absurd. Many major talk radio hosts like Michael Savage (10 to 20 million listeners) essentially espouse an alt right agenda of “borders, language culture”.

    • Replies: @dfordoom

    Partly right, but the other big fish is that elements of the alt-right are undoubtedly infiltrated with plants & spies from leftist groups like the SPLC who have tens of millions of dollars at their disposal. Just as the FBI was a huge component of the KKK in the late 60s, so have deep state and leftist connivers attempted to distort the nature of the alt right to suit their narrative.
     
    A couple of years ago I'd have dismissed that idea as tin-foil hat stuff. Now I'm inclined to think you're absolutely correct. And it's a huge danger. The problem is that the alt-right is peculiarly vulnerable to such attacks. It's not just the danger of plants and spies but the fact that every political movement has its lunatic fringe and members of the alt-right's lunatic fringe could very easily be incited to become more extreme in their statements. And demonising the alt-right would be child's play.
  114. This hate is unacceptable in our City

    One interpretation here is that while THIS particular hate is unacceptable, there are forms of hate that are perfectly acceptable…

  115. @Forbes

    Interestingly, no one I know from Latin America, Middle East, Africa or Asia seems to have this delusion.
     
    Aside from those already residing in the US...

    Haha. =D

    Well, even those already in the US didn’t seem all that eager to vote this time around either.

  116. @silviosilver
    I wonder if Melbourne, Australia wouldn't give them a run for their money. Has Toronto ever elected a Chinese mayor who spoke broken English (which of course it was 'racist' to notice)?

    Western Cndn cities would be more Melbourne-like. Much of greater Vancouver is essentially an Asian colony. Probably far more advanced than anything in Australia since Canada had a 10-15 head start at leftist immigration policies. Toronto is more prone to delicately fussing (in a non-judgemental way of course!) over Afro-Caribbean and Somali immigrants. The crime & welfare stats for these populations are not a pretty site, but the authorities have taken care to suppress that data in recent years.

  117. anon • Disclaimer says:

    I am from Toronto and old enough to remember when it was virtually an all-white city. The leftist, cultural Marxist media here has been in a state of hysteria over this. As sad as it is pathetic. Shows how nervous the powers that be are that their house of cards may come crashing down.

  118. @Canadian Observer
    I love how the Toronto Star declares that the posters are racist without a second thought or any sort of analysis.

    It used to be a respectful newspaper. Now it's just a Communist rag.

    Big anti-Trump rally taking place in Toronto on Saturday by the way.

    The TORONTO STAR is certainly the worst newspaper in Canada. Pure 100% cultural Marxism and anti-white to its core.

  119. @Jefferson
    "Police said they have yet to determine if the posters will be investigated as a hate crime."

    The poster did not include threats to physically harm Nonwhite people, so why should it be investigated as a hate crime?

    Don’t you know? Even whites just THINKING about their racial interests is DANGEROUS to the powers that be. Have to nip it in the bud.

  120. @wow
    I'm in Toronto and these posters made me feel great......basically suggesting to white people that, "hey, Trump won"....take pride in your heritage too......don't let self-hating white people tell you otherwise.

    ...and certainly don't let brown people tell you otherwise!!!!!!!

    White People Built Canada and are still 80% of the country!!!!!

    FOAD Liberals!!!!

    We were 98% of the country as recently as 1970.

  121. anon • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    The Star was always terrible. But lately, it isn't merely bad -- but full on cancerous.

    The Globe & Mail is what really alarms me. Maybe I am remembering it incorrectly, but I recall it as a staid, serious newspaper not so long ago. It is like garish, globalist propaganda rag now.

    I don't even bother reading the newspapers anymore. They just remind me how out of touch I am with conventional opinion. I get irritable and depressed.

    I'm hoping movements in the US and Europe will help change the landscape here eventually, but I honestly don't see any light on the horizon.

    You are right. The Globe & Mail has gotten quite bad recently. It wasn’t always like this. Seems to be turning into a real SJW rag, although its business news coverage is still very good. The Toronto Star, though, still remains the all-time champion for political correctness, cultural Marxism and all around anti-white views.

  122. @Sam
    Have to say that for all the twitter assaults that the Alt-Right specialises in for promotion, this old fashioned style could be another way of breaking through. Imagine strategically placed flyers like this in very liberal institutions. The point wouldn't be to get people to look at the poster and get interested. Instead, the point would be for liberals and others to get outraged about it and get promotion that way. In other words, feed into the liberal hoax culture because it will inevitably inflate the size of the movement. They will pull their hoaxes anyway but better that they channel it unto existing groups like the Alt-Right rather than chimeras like the Clan or Nazi's,etc.

    Fake till you make it...and use your overgrown status to get new followers in the meantime

    Sure. It’s IRL trolling. CBC is what’s known as an “lolcow.”

  123. @melendwyr
    Various alt-Right sites are dedicated to free discussion of contentious topics. Which means that even anti-Semitic ramblings tend to be tolerated there.

    It's not quite the same thing as having anti-Semitism be a feature of the alt-Right itself. Hitler had a very restricted diet - that doesn't mean that vegetarianism advocates are also supporting Hitler.

    If you think that anti-Semitism and fascism are peripheral to Spencer and TRS, that they just tolerate a few weirdos leaving rambling comments on their sites, you either haven’t been paying attention or kidding yourself.

    Now, to be fair, that’s not the entirety of the alt-right. I don’t remember Millennial Woes weighing in on either the JQ or democracy one way or the other (he did come out against “peaceful ethno-nationalism”, i.e. in favor of violent ethno-nationalism, but that was on the grounds that he believes peace is impossible anyway). It’s hard to tell what Murdoch Murdoch does or doesn’t believe in exactly since he works in the medium of self-referential parody. I will say for Ram-Z-Paul that I’ve never actually heard him say anything anti-Semitic, although I’m sure the self-appointed Emil Zolas think he’s super anti-Semitic. I like Ram-Z-Paul just fine, but isn’t he kind of a sellout pinko by alt-right standards?

    Naturally, it all comes down to who you think of as being part of the alt right and who isn’t. In my mind, it’s the people who fit in with Spencer (who coined the term, after all). I’m not a New York Times headline writer, trying to sell the idea that Steve Bannon is a neo-nazi. But, as for the kind of guys who want to see Lion of the Blogosphere in their death camps, might as well call a spade a spade.

    • Replies: @No_0ne
    Oy vey. You probably should tone down that hate-filled semitism a little bit. It's very intolerant.
    , @silviosilver
    A simple question: is criticizing the behavior of organized Jewry legitimate or not?

    We can talk about the details later.
  124. @NickG
    OT - I see the usually sensible Steven Pinker has somewhat lost it in this US election...

    Sign the petition to the Electoral College: Elect Hillary Clinton as our next President https://t.co/wrO0dvBpwe— Steven Pinker (@sapinker) November 15, 2016
     
    Link

    I’m sure that it has absolutely nothing to do with his tribal affiliation…

  125. @Svigor

    The problems I have with the alt-right are their radical anti-Semitism and their rejection of liberal democracy. If we wanted to change our society that much, why not just convert to Salafi Islam?
     
    The problems I have with the critics of the alt-right is that all they have is stupid shit like this.

    Stupid shit such as bothering to kind of reply to a comment but then not actually writing any arguments or making any points in response? Yeah, I hate it when that happens.

  126. @dfordoom

    You think what we’re talking about is noticing? I’m talking about people who say “Heil Hitler” and “gas the Jews”. That type of BS is a distraction from noticing the stuff you’re talking about.
     
    There's a certain element on the alt-right that reminds me of the punks in the late 70s. It's all about shocking your parents. These days the parents that these people are trying to shock are ultra-liberals so anything to do with Hitler is good shock material.

    It's tiresome and childish and counter-productive but you can't reason with them.

    At the moment the alt-right is suffering from absurd delusions of grandeur and they're developing a sadly misplaced sense of triumphalism.

    The people who elected Trump had mostly never even heard of the alt-right. The alt-right's influence on the election was virtually zero. I'm not opposed to the alt-right (although I disagree very strongly with them on many points) but they need to learn to be a lot more sensible and realistic. At this point their chances of winning the hearts and minds of ordinary people are pretty much non-existent. They need to drop the Pepe the Frog thing - it makes them look silly.

    Fair enough. I wouldn’t give much thought except that I kind of like them. And I’ve been somewhat impressed that they’ve achieved some level of organisation, especially given that they often seem like they’d be unpleasant to be around (for contrast, if you’ve ever hung out with Greens, their politics never made a lot of sense to me, but they’re just so warm and fuzzy, it makes you feel like, sure! Let’s have a Green Party convention. Whatever).

    It’s hard to measure the influence of a intellectual/ideological movement such as the alt-right, anyway. Spencer had interesting musings about the relationship between an intellectual movement and a populist movement (i.e. Trump supporters). They’re not the same thing, but perhaps they interact.

  127. @Anonym
    There are so many straws that broke the camel's back with this election.

    ISteve
    The_donald and the meme wars
    WNs manning the phones apparently
    Weiner
    FBI rank and file
    Alex Jones
    Breitbart

    And there were perhaps as many or more factors emanating from Hillary's tone deafness, corruptness, and poor listening skills.

    However, the alt-rght and WNs were definitely a factor. On the_donald they were evident early in the piece, in the fight against the Swedish cucks. Later on overt WNish sentiment was more marginalized there, but it has somewhat re-emerged post victory.

    Every WN and WNish person knew that in this election it was essential to vote and encourage every allied person to vote, because this is our only shot at citizenism, our only shot at a wall, our only shot before another 11M+ Mexicans became permanent Democrat voters. I guess that's a swing of what, (65-35%) = 30% * 11M * turnout, which could have swung the next election permanently to the Ds.

    Trump's not WN but it's a reprieve, a chance to consolidate ourselves. If we are lucky Trump will be as hard nosed as he is with not paying poor performing contractors, and ask himself why should he allow any likely Deomcrat to immigrate or stay in the country? OUT OUT OUT!

    “The_donald and the meme wars”

    The original “meme war” of course, was Gamergate, which was the training ground for many who fought in the 2nd Meme War. They didn’t know what they were getting into by starting that one. Next up, Austrian election…

    Also, “overt WNish sentiment” at the_donald is only marginalized by aggressive moderation. /pol/ is more reflective of the true sentiments out there.

  128. @Greg Pandatshang
    If you think that anti-Semitism and fascism are peripheral to Spencer and TRS, that they just tolerate a few weirdos leaving rambling comments on their sites, you either haven't been paying attention or kidding yourself.

    Now, to be fair, that's not the entirety of the alt-right. I don't remember Millennial Woes weighing in on either the JQ or democracy one way or the other (he did come out against "peaceful ethno-nationalism", i.e. in favor of violent ethno-nationalism, but that was on the grounds that he believes peace is impossible anyway). It's hard to tell what Murdoch Murdoch does or doesn't believe in exactly since he works in the medium of self-referential parody. I will say for Ram-Z-Paul that I've never actually heard him say anything anti-Semitic, although I'm sure the self-appointed Emil Zolas think he's super anti-Semitic. I like Ram-Z-Paul just fine, but isn't he kind of a sellout pinko by alt-right standards?

    Naturally, it all comes down to who you think of as being part of the alt right and who isn't. In my mind, it's the people who fit in with Spencer (who coined the term, after all). I'm not a New York Times headline writer, trying to sell the idea that Steve Bannon is a neo-nazi. But, as for the kind of guys who want to see Lion of the Blogosphere in their death camps, might as well call a spade a spade.

    Oy vey. You probably should tone down that hate-filled semitism a little bit. It’s very intolerant.

  129. @Svigor
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/11/15/in-athens-obama-warns-against-a-crude-sort-of-nationalism-or-tribalism-taking-root-in-the-u-s/

    The president said there was “a mismatch” between his own job approval rating, which stood at 56 percent just before Election Day, and Democrats' loss of the White House. “People seem to think I did a pretty good job,” he said.
     
    Haha. President Bradley. He doth protest too much.

    There's a mismatch, all right; affirmative action polling.

    Yep. They can fake that one as much as they want; there’s no election to provide reality testing.

  130. @dfordoom

    You think what we’re talking about is noticing? I’m talking about people who say “Heil Hitler” and “gas the Jews”. That type of BS is a distraction from noticing the stuff you’re talking about.
     
    There's a certain element on the alt-right that reminds me of the punks in the late 70s. It's all about shocking your parents. These days the parents that these people are trying to shock are ultra-liberals so anything to do with Hitler is good shock material.

    It's tiresome and childish and counter-productive but you can't reason with them.

    At the moment the alt-right is suffering from absurd delusions of grandeur and they're developing a sadly misplaced sense of triumphalism.

    The people who elected Trump had mostly never even heard of the alt-right. The alt-right's influence on the election was virtually zero. I'm not opposed to the alt-right (although I disagree very strongly with them on many points) but they need to learn to be a lot more sensible and realistic. At this point their chances of winning the hearts and minds of ordinary people are pretty much non-existent. They need to drop the Pepe the Frog thing - it makes them look silly.

    Influential ideas start at the top and trickle down. It doesn’t have to be through numbers. Dudes like that speech writer for Trump are conversant with alt-right thought. So there you go. It’s absurd to think that alt-right doesn’t have a sizeable influence. (I made sure to empirically validate this before posting it).

  131. @Greg Pandatshang
    If you think that anti-Semitism and fascism are peripheral to Spencer and TRS, that they just tolerate a few weirdos leaving rambling comments on their sites, you either haven't been paying attention or kidding yourself.

    Now, to be fair, that's not the entirety of the alt-right. I don't remember Millennial Woes weighing in on either the JQ or democracy one way or the other (he did come out against "peaceful ethno-nationalism", i.e. in favor of violent ethno-nationalism, but that was on the grounds that he believes peace is impossible anyway). It's hard to tell what Murdoch Murdoch does or doesn't believe in exactly since he works in the medium of self-referential parody. I will say for Ram-Z-Paul that I've never actually heard him say anything anti-Semitic, although I'm sure the self-appointed Emil Zolas think he's super anti-Semitic. I like Ram-Z-Paul just fine, but isn't he kind of a sellout pinko by alt-right standards?

    Naturally, it all comes down to who you think of as being part of the alt right and who isn't. In my mind, it's the people who fit in with Spencer (who coined the term, after all). I'm not a New York Times headline writer, trying to sell the idea that Steve Bannon is a neo-nazi. But, as for the kind of guys who want to see Lion of the Blogosphere in their death camps, might as well call a spade a spade.

    A simple question: is criticizing the behavior of organized Jewry legitimate or not?

    We can talk about the details later.

    • Replies: @Greg Pandatshang
    Organised Jewry, such the State of Israel, AIPAC, and B'nai B'rith? Criticism of them is not merely legitimate, I think it should be encouraged. What's trickier is what to make of decentralised Jewish influence in the media, academia, Wall Street, etc.
  132. @Anonymous

    The day approaches when being white will be a hate crime.
     
    Well, at least white male. Oh, and speaking of Canadians...

    Donald Sutherland ‘Ashamed’ of Being ‘White Male,’ Who Are All ‘Misogynist Racists’

    http://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/kyle-drennen/2016/11/14/donald-sutherland-ashamed-being-white-male-who-are-all-misogynist#.WCpWgjlizzU.twitter

    All White Males are ashamed he is one of us too.

  133. @Greg Pandatshang
    You think what we're talking about is noticing? I'm talking about people who say "Heil Hitler" and "gas the Jews". That type of BS is a distraction from noticing the stuff you're talking about.

    Now, of course, absurd heights of sensitivity about anti-Semitism also drive people into the tender embrace of the 1488ers, because people get tired of being gaslighted. I'm happy to point it out when I see it, but I don't have a ton of faith in being able to get through to the left. Our side should at least be able to talk sense.

    You think what we’re talking about is noticing?

    Try going to any site that is heavily leftist or Jewish and post anything critical of Jews (and Israel on a Jewish site) and see how many times you are called an anti-Semite.

  134. @CrunchybutRealistCon
    Partly right, but the other big fish is that elements of the alt-right are undoubtedly infiltrated with plants & spies from leftist groups like the SPLC who have tens of millions of dollars at their disposal. Just as the FBI was a huge component of the KKK in the late 60s, so have deep state and leftist connivers attempted to distort the nature of the alt right to suit their narrative. The more kooky & extreme it appears, the better their fundraising will be. Grace & Steel have described similar efforts by "CSIS" to manufacture a thuggish far right Canadian "Heritage Front" in the late 80s. It was simply a propaganda stunt to deligitimise concerns about mass immigration & multiculturalism.
    In the bigger picture though, the elements of the alt right who describe current immigration policies in western nations as an existential threat are 100% right, and they likely have either pluralities or modest majorities (55%) of agreement from their electorates. Basically the sane part of the alt right says, "We wish to survive. Enough of open borders. Immigration policy must meet the needs and desires of a nations' citizens, not the whims of ethnic activists" To say that the alt right's influence is zero is patently absurd. Many major talk radio hosts like Michael Savage (10 to 20 million listeners) essentially espouse an alt right agenda of "borders, language culture".

    Partly right, but the other big fish is that elements of the alt-right are undoubtedly infiltrated with plants & spies from leftist groups like the SPLC who have tens of millions of dollars at their disposal. Just as the FBI was a huge component of the KKK in the late 60s, so have deep state and leftist connivers attempted to distort the nature of the alt right to suit their narrative.

    A couple of years ago I’d have dismissed that idea as tin-foil hat stuff. Now I’m inclined to think you’re absolutely correct. And it’s a huge danger. The problem is that the alt-right is peculiarly vulnerable to such attacks. It’s not just the danger of plants and spies but the fact that every political movement has its lunatic fringe and members of the alt-right’s lunatic fringe could very easily be incited to become more extreme in their statements. And demonising the alt-right would be child’s play.

    • Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon
    I am sure it is happening right now. It means that responsible people need to fully participate to keep the Alt Right's center of gravity in a nonviolent Sanity Zone. I went to the Trump rally in Chicago that was infiltrated by Soros's rent-a-mob and was shocked at the scale of chaos the left is able to unleash (at least in Chicago). It is quite clear that the shady PACs linked to the DEMs, to Soros, (as per the Project Veritas expose) have no qualms hiring sociopaths to bait people. The angry Left has tons of $$ to throw around, and plenty of impressionable idiots will do their bidding for a quick buck.
  135. @silviosilver
    A simple question: is criticizing the behavior of organized Jewry legitimate or not?

    We can talk about the details later.

    Organised Jewry, such the State of Israel, AIPAC, and B’nai B’rith? Criticism of them is not merely legitimate, I think it should be encouraged. What’s trickier is what to make of decentralised Jewish influence in the media, academia, Wall Street, etc.

    • Replies: @silviosilver
    Good to hear. Pardon me for running that litmus test on you, but I have found it can save a lot of time.
  136. @DH

    The men who took Vimy and Juno, and who died at Dieppe, did not do so for diversity
     
    Yes, they did die and kill for diversity. They just did not know they were useful idiots. Useful idiots in the destruction of Europe and eventually their posterity as well. It is time for a reassessment of WWII and who were the "bad guys".

    This is an old chestnut of mine. I usually follow it up with something like “if the men on both sides could see their respective nations today the war would have ended immediately”

  137. @dfordoom

    Partly right, but the other big fish is that elements of the alt-right are undoubtedly infiltrated with plants & spies from leftist groups like the SPLC who have tens of millions of dollars at their disposal. Just as the FBI was a huge component of the KKK in the late 60s, so have deep state and leftist connivers attempted to distort the nature of the alt right to suit their narrative.
     
    A couple of years ago I'd have dismissed that idea as tin-foil hat stuff. Now I'm inclined to think you're absolutely correct. And it's a huge danger. The problem is that the alt-right is peculiarly vulnerable to such attacks. It's not just the danger of plants and spies but the fact that every political movement has its lunatic fringe and members of the alt-right's lunatic fringe could very easily be incited to become more extreme in their statements. And demonising the alt-right would be child's play.

    I am sure it is happening right now. It means that responsible people need to fully participate to keep the Alt Right’s center of gravity in a nonviolent Sanity Zone. I went to the Trump rally in Chicago that was infiltrated by Soros’s rent-a-mob and was shocked at the scale of chaos the left is able to unleash (at least in Chicago). It is quite clear that the shady PACs linked to the DEMs, to Soros, (as per the Project Veritas expose) have no qualms hiring sociopaths to bait people. The angry Left has tons of $$ to throw around, and plenty of impressionable idiots will do their bidding for a quick buck.

    • Replies: @dfordoom

    I am sure it is happening right now. It means that responsible people need to fully participate to keep the Alt Right’s center of gravity in a nonviolent Sanity Zone.
     
    Agreed. And it worries me that many people on the alt-right who should know better seem to be unaware of the danger. The alt-right is absurdly over-confident at the moment.
  138. @Greg Pandatshang
    Organised Jewry, such the State of Israel, AIPAC, and B'nai B'rith? Criticism of them is not merely legitimate, I think it should be encouraged. What's trickier is what to make of decentralised Jewish influence in the media, academia, Wall Street, etc.

    Good to hear. Pardon me for running that litmus test on you, but I have found it can save a lot of time.

  139. @CrunchybutRealistCon
    I am sure it is happening right now. It means that responsible people need to fully participate to keep the Alt Right's center of gravity in a nonviolent Sanity Zone. I went to the Trump rally in Chicago that was infiltrated by Soros's rent-a-mob and was shocked at the scale of chaos the left is able to unleash (at least in Chicago). It is quite clear that the shady PACs linked to the DEMs, to Soros, (as per the Project Veritas expose) have no qualms hiring sociopaths to bait people. The angry Left has tons of $$ to throw around, and plenty of impressionable idiots will do their bidding for a quick buck.

    I am sure it is happening right now. It means that responsible people need to fully participate to keep the Alt Right’s center of gravity in a nonviolent Sanity Zone.

    Agreed. And it worries me that many people on the alt-right who should know better seem to be unaware of the danger. The alt-right is absurdly over-confident at the moment.

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