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Richard Spencer Reacts To Being Kicked Out Of CPAC

Richard Spencer is getting really good at this:

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  1. ))) Depeche Europa ((( 25 February, 2017 at 09:22 Reply

    The Alt-Right is Moral……

    It’s completely Logical…..

    Natural…..

    Noble…..

    And Necessary……

    Let them call us any names they want……

    We’re not going away……

  2. davidex 25 February, 2017 at 04:33 Reply

    Good to see Richard Spencer looking confident and relaxed in a public
    space so soon after he was attacked. This takes some courage. It’s good
    he’s giving some serious thought to his personal security. As he becomes
    a more familiar public figure his personal safety should become a
    crucial part of his planning for these events and appearances. The
    globalist machine is now tacitly encouraging and legitimising every form
    of violence against altright people.

  3. BSKullby 24 February, 2017 at 03:33 Reply

    I love watching these videos of Richard Spencer attending political conferences and stealing the show. I hope you do these every chance you get.

  4. Wotan 23 February, 2017 at 20:55 Reply

    Richard once again wins, even by getting kicked out. I love how easily he stays on point. The reporterette’s facial expression of curious disgust is priceless. Bet he’s having a drink with her at this very moment.

  5. ))) Depeche Europa ((( 23 February, 2017 at 20:04 Reply

    Richard Spencer……

    Stay strong, My Brother……..

    My favorite band growing up was Depeche Mode……

    Thanks for helping me remember that Great Music……..

    I’m on a Marathon DM listening streak right now…….

    Thank you for standing up for White People and Europa……..

    All Vessels are Human…….

    Imperfect…….

    I understand your Message……

    I expect you to be hunted down by the Left and even the Right……

    They seek to destroy you…….

    Your message is spreading like a Wildfire…..

    Trust me…..

    Peace and Unity……

    • unpaidpundit 23 February, 2017 at 20:43 Reply

      I didn’t see a look of disgust on her face. I found her behavior to be quite professional and neutral. Even when she asked Spencer if he were KKK, she pointed out that an organizer of CPAC had said that he was part of the KKK.

    • angrywhiteman 23 February, 2017 at 21:30 Reply

      Oh yeah. Her breathing got faster with that emotional knee jerk reaction she’s been programmed with. (“WHAT? He won’t advocate white genocide/suicide? Must get angry!”)

  6. Y Finkelstein 23 February, 2017 at 18:56 Reply

    This is why Spencer is our de facto Spokesman. He’s telegenic, mild mannered, well spoken, erudite, and comes across as reasonable

    • HATESPEAKER 23 February, 2017 at 21:14 Reply

      I hate the amount of hate he gets. Yeah he’s not a grizzly bear, he’s trying to sell it without selling bullshit i.e. Milo Yiannapedo

    • - TheFinn - 23 February, 2017 at 23:59 Reply

      I honestly prefer Richard doing this than strategizing. If I have a complaint it’s that strategy is lacking. He’s far better at this imo.

          • Robert Bruce 24 February, 2017 at 21:36

            Forget strategy for now, he needs to come up with a political program and take it to the next level. Ideology without any action is just intellectual masturbation.

          • - TheFinn - 25 February, 2017 at 01:06

            This was the main aim of my issue with his moves.

            We had an opportunity there for him to deliver a 10 point “manifesto” or plan or something to Steve Bannon….

            Instead we got heil gate, altright.com and breitbart removed the “altright” tag from their website.

            And all the identity bereft Richard Spencer fanclubs are running around telling us that was totally worth it. :

    • Pioneer American 23 February, 2017 at 19:42 Reply

      No man, it’s alt-right to say ‘less’. King Alfred said ‘less’.

      > The OED shows that less has been used of countables since the time of King Alfred the Great — he used it that way in one of his own translations from Latin — more than a thousand years ago (in about 888). So essentially less has been used of countables in English for just about as long as there has been a written English language. After about 900 years Robert Baker opined that fewer might be more elegant and proper. Almost every usage writer since Baker has followed Baker’s lead, and generations of English teachers have swelled the chorus. The result seems to be a fairly large number of people who now believe less used of countables to be wrong, though its standardness is easily demonstrated.

      http://itre.cis.upenn.edu/myl/languagelog/archives/003775.html

      While you’re at it, stop using those cucked French introductions:

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