CPAC Chairman Condemns The Alt-Right

We’re the real Alt-Right.

I’ve never been to CPAC. I have no interest in going there either. I’m not a conservative. I don’t want to be identified with “conservatism” which I associate with pearl-clutching weaklings like Cuck David French. Instead, I want to use all the tools of social media to build up our own rival nationalist populist rightwing movement, an international network like the one Niall Ferguson was talking about in the previous article here.

My job is to do alt-punditry and to build the network. I talk to the grassroots on social media every day. Once we have built our own mass movement, we can have our own version of CPAC and police the boundaries of the Alt-Right and deny these cucks a platform. The average National Review subscriber is 66-years-old. The average FOX News fan is 68-years-old. They are not our audience. CPAC is a fossil of a bygone age.

I’m no fan of MILO, but I think CPAC needed him more than the other way around.

  • Adam

    Totally. And I’m 61, no fan of Fox, js. Realize, even the the Right can have it’s own “useful idiots”, and they may completely volunteer for it. For now, it may be better to have allies until the “Lefties” are left smouldering in a huge armpit somewhere on planet Earth, then the rest of us can just fight for dominance 🙂

    • practicallyperfect

      Welcome Adam, you and I are not far apart in age. I am a 53 yr. old woman with a daughter who I raised Alt Right before I knew what it was. That said we have a task of our own reaching those of us in our generations and helping them come to terms with what they have done and how to fix it.

      • Adam

        Thank you! :-)…and here’s to hoping we both live long enough to make that happen!

  • practicallyperfect

    Joe Scarborough Under Stands NOTHING, and “conservatives” like Joe and Schlapp don’t get it and will never will get it they preserve nothing are weak and are leading us to our doom. It’s time to out them like Milo was. Let’s start digging.

  • What is CPAC? Sounds painful, I hope I don’t contract a case of CPAC.

    • Albionic American

      Sounds like a device for people who suffer from sleep apnea.

  • Evolver1

    Schlapp is a cuck. He and those like him put artificial and secondary products of the mind before the most essential White genome. This is a road to White genocide and extinction as Whites who are thus confused blend in with non-Whites. The subconscious mind of such shallow thinkers says: “Golly gee, this Black or other non-White agrees with me and my politics and is a good conservative and is polite. I’ll invite him into my home and maybe he can marry my White daughter.”

  • Lurker

    To further Hunter’s point about CPAC needing Milo more than Milo needed CPAC, check out the google trending history comparing the two.,Milo


  • Albionic American

    Cuckservatives need to apologize to us for giving our country away.

    • echoprinter

      Absolutely, this is what infuriates me more than anything. I have fantasies of them being “strung up” because of it as well. LOL

    • Abcdedcba

      Sincere apologies can earn them quick, painless ends.

  • DickHair

    We’ve had foreign nationals infiltrating the halls of power and our government since the First WW. Likely even prior. Until we insist on making every stinking career bureaucrat accountable for his decisions affecting tens of millions – Nothing will change. DTS-MAGA

  • Colin Shaw

    I have a conspiracy theory. I don’t think CPAC ever intended to actually invite Milo. It always struck me as an odd decision. I think they had the video when they invited him. They invited him so they could withdraw the invite and condemn the Alt-Right in the process, distancing themselves from any contact or links. I know that Milo isn’t actually Alt-Right but he’s close enough and has been repeatedly labelled as Alt-Right by the media. What do you think?

  • WR_the_realist

    So what? Denouncing the alt-right is what cuckservatives do. While the Democrats have no problem with taking anti-white positions, no Republican will ever take a pro-white position. They want to stick with issues that won’t get them called racist, such as starting wars and funding them with tax cuts.