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Depeche Mode Is The Official Band of the Alt-Right

I’m also eating some Wendy’s while wearing New Balance shoes.

Seriously though, we have the power to troll the media for the lulz and they will run off now and breathlessly report on a joke. We’ve done it with everything from haircuts to fast food to tennis shoes and now to bands. The joke is that the “free press” is fake news!

  • neverevrland

    All kidding aside, Depeche Mode has more in common with Milo than anything in the Alt Right universe. Violator was a great album though.

    • Alex Harris

      They have a lot of good albums, although, I am trying to shun any music that wallows in darkness, negativity, and degeneracy these days.

  • Who is trolling whom, exactly?

    Esquire.com is a dying publication that has been reduced to clickbait. By talking about the Alt Right – they get Alt Righters to click on their links, thus they get advertising revenue.

    Who else clicks on Esquire.com?

    “You won’t BELIEVE this one Alt Right trick!”

    • White Black

      You trying to be Donald Trump deciding which publications are “dying”? LOL Tell me about CNN and the New York Times, too. LOL

  • White Black

    Richard Spencer’s balls smell like Doritos.

    • Alex Harris

      This comment should be an instant ban, no?
      Let’s not allow the moron brigade to lower the tone around here.

      • White Black

        You’re right. We mustn’t compromise the high intellectual integrity of altright.com. You guys are a bunch of educated and successful geniuses!

        • Johnny Fash

          Clearly the douchebag making comments like the one up top is our intellectual superior Alex.

          Nobody cares what the Plebs think. Buy some rope and climb a tree faggot.

        • Ungern Burkhan

          “White Black” is actually (disqus is a beautiful thing, no?)

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          And his “CV” is – quick summary, a (((journalist)))

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          Working collaboratively with creative, marketing and strategic professionals, my primary goal is to help communicate

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          Advertising copywriter, 1996 – present

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          • Levity Ink (freelance), 2002 – present

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          • White Black

            You googled Terry Levine and Toronto. LOL What a genius you are. Good thing my name isn’t Terry Levine, you dumbass. Not only are you a bigot, but you’re a stupid bigot. Your life sucks.

          • SugaDad

            You are a clumsy troll. Now go away you ball smelling bigot.

          • Alex Harris

            It would be somewhat incongruous for someone with such an impressive CV to be posting asinine comments about the scent of Richard Spencer’s scrotum. That is, in the case of an even semi-normal person. However, that level of stupidity would be par for the course for a jew. So if you are indeed Terry Levine, I’m not at all surprised.

    • I’m jealous right now. I wish I could get close enough to find out for myself…. :'(

  • Donald Trump Fan Account

    Depeche Mode rules. Violator is one of the greatest albums ever along with Music For the Masses. Plus the countless other great singles they have like Everything Counts

  • Have you heard the new single? They’re pandering to SJW’s.
    They haven’t been very good since Alan Wilder left anyway. Martin Gore’s best writing days are two decades behind him.

  • Now you’re PUNCHING and you’re kicking and you’re SHOUTING at me
    I’m relying on your common decency
    So far it hasn’t surfaced but I’m sure it exists
    It just takes a while to travel from your head to your ANTIFA FIST.

  • VictoryOrValhalla

    I love how everything Spencer does turns into a meme that the left cannot even begin to comprehend.

    • Jeff R

      Like all the meme videos of him getting punched with a Slayer song in the background? That one was pretty easy to comprehend.

      • VictoryOrValhalla

        It was, yes; and even that assault ended up arguably positive for Richard by bringing pubicity, notoriety, and showcasing the violent pack of pussies we know as Antifa right in the open media and sparking discussion of the acceptance of open political violence. Obviously it was *physically* bad and I do not approve of it at all, but it had some light to it.
        The “Nazi-punch” vids and gifs were honestly the most elaborate “meme” the I’ve ever seen the left put out. I mean, these guys are still dragging the long-dead Red Scare memes that predate the internet.

  • Frontierland

    New Order

    [ …and their dark side, Joy Division ]

    And there’s croaking Pepe’s… (Pacific Chorus Frogs) at around 5:40.

    • Frontierland

      Another favorite when I was a wee lad.

    • Joseph Curwen

      To be honest, I do prefer Joy Division:

      And check this cover:

      • Brasillach_

        Plus Ian Curtis was right-wing.

        • Frontierland

          I like the Jam too…
          Lots of great music from my era. There’s always really good and really bad being produced.

          Often with these bands, the sound is better than the worldview that shapes the lyrics… Since most pop musician’s achieve noteriety when they’re young, we see them when they are more “Lefty idealists” ad their lyrics reflect that. Though they are technically talented musicians.

          We all get bit more Right was we age, as I’m sure these musicians do as well…

          Unless they’re abject, dedicated ‘pump-n-dumping’ Leftists, like that faggot Bono.

      • Frontierland

        Yes, good covers too.
        New Order fits more aptly into the FashWave genre, in my opinion. It’s sugary listenability on top but there’s always a layer of darkness too.

        I like both, admittedly and can listen to darker angry stuff and have in my younger years. Now that I’m older, I recognize that I absorb my surroundings and it has a tremendous impact on my state of mind. Not surprisingly, studies show music has a great affect.

        These days, I’m submersed in so much darkness in reality, with all the shit going on, when I do go to music, which is rare, it’s usually to make me happy. I like Classical, Country also.

      • lawnerd

        Indeed, didn’t Joy Division’s name come from the name of a Nazi Whore House?

        • Joseph Curwen

          There is a lot of speculation about that. Nationalsocialism established, through the Lebensborn Program, policies to increase the population; one of that policies was support (houses, childcare, etc) for unwed mothers. The enemy twisted the concept into ‘nazi whore houses’.

          The specific term comes from a novel written by a jew: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Dolls

    • Marcus

      I never realised that my music tastes were indicative of my alt-rightness. Deadly!

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  • Joseph Curwen

    The Alt Right, normie friendly as it is, could adopt mainstream music as ‘their music’.

    We, the radicals, the ones who never compromise, listen to a different kind of music:

  • Ken Skalding

    I wasn’t that familiar with Depeche Mode until now. Good song considering most of the pop music of the 80’s seems, in retrospect to share a similar quality to B-movies. I’ve probably renounced most of pop music’s MK Ultra culture and their greatest hits but I do remember this one by the The Call called “The Walls Came Down” that seems now a aptly prophetic:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCOxG1chTes

  • shabbygoy

    I think Dave Gahan echoes a bit
    though. . . . .

  • feroxmill

    No, this “band” is another effect of postmodernism. They represent the destruction of values, truth and strength. I’m sorry but the 80s and 90s were also rotten. If we listen and long for this, they win. They win if we use their language, their music, their mores and spouse their vision of art. No, this is sick. Of course less sick than what came later but it is still sick.

  • feroxmill

    I’d say the alt right music is seventeenth century drums of war. Ear splitting loud and strong.

  • Scott Schroeder

    This story is all over the media. Good job.