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Alt-Right Politics: Roy Moore, Steve Bannon, and the “Moral Majority”

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From Washington, Alt-Right Politics, America’s most sporadically produced weekly podcast. Panelists Richard Spencer, Gregory Conte, Hannibal Bateman, Bryan Brathovd, and Don Camillo discuss Alabama’s special election, Roy Moore and Steve Bannon, and fate of the “moral majority.”

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Jay Sheehan
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Look, why should I listen to a podcast that tells me exactly the same thing as the MSM? Yeah, we get it, you don’t like Christianity and it pleases you to suggest that overt Christianity alienate all the “goodwhites” and waspy waldorf school types and their Jewish masters. The battering ram used to sink Roy Moore’s campaign was feminism. Which is really the reason whites are in this desperate demographic situation. But rich wasps would rather destroy civilization than oppose feminism. A war veteran professional lawyer in his thirties was taking out teenage girls with an eye to marriage. That’s… Read more »
Howard J. Harrison
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Richard: ease up, tiger. Attacking Steve Bannon is an error. It is a mistake. Bannon today is America’s foremost Buchananite. He is a foe of the Conservative Establishment, by root and branch, in word and deed, in practice and principle, during past and present. And while he states that he disagrees with you if directly asked, for the simple reason that (as you have noted) he actually does disagree with you, he also avoids most opportunities to attack you. Have you not noticed this? You’re a controversial public figure because that is what you want to be. You’re Mr. Vanguard,… Read more »
MuhDikkinLittleOrphanAnnieFrank
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MuhDikkinLittleOrphanAnnieFrank

Bannon disavowed the Altright. What is it exactly that you think this boomer (literally a boomer) is going to accomplish. He’s a beggar (he begged at the alter of the ((donars))). And we have to stop acting desperate and clinging to a little crumb these politicos drop. We need to stop being beggars ourselves – ffs w’ere white men. Richard is ahead of the pack in this regard.

Howard J. Harrison
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No. Listen to what Bannon is actually saying, to whom, in what context. He does not want to be part of the Alt Right. He wants to do his own thing without getting sidetracked by the Alt Right. Bannon was being baited by Leftist journalists in all the boring ways with which you and I are so familiar. So he says, Whaddayamean Alt Right? If you want to talk to those losers, then go talk to them! If you want to talk to me, on the other hand, then stop bringing Richard B. Spencer into the discussion! After all the… Read more »
MuhDikkinLittleOrphanAnnieFrank
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MuhDikkinLittleOrphanAnnieFrank
It is time to turn the page and grab the reigns. The Altright has brought identitarian ideas to the fore – not Bannon. At this point, we should be disavowing Bannon – not the reverse. What good is it if he is *possibly* sympathetic to us? Whelp, he’s not only *not* sympathetic, he was explicit in declaring himself an “economic nationalists* whatever that means. Mealy-mouthed fat man Bannon is literally a Boomer- and he’s too old to change. Paul Nehlen at least, wants to join the cool kids. He sees where the wind blows, and he’s a genuinely awesome guy–explicitly… Read more »
Howard J. Harrison
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Only the young believe that they can prosper by provoking every prospective foe at once. My recommendation would be to stop provoking Steve Bannon. He isn’t even a foe, but you can gradually make him one if you try. Barack Obama gradually made Vladimir Putin a foe. Was that wise? For years, the Alt Right and its antecedents (some of you are too young to remember, though it was not long ago) earnestly prayed for a generous American Right whose factions would de-escalate conflict between themselves, whose factions would aim their fire at the Left. Bannon represents such a faction.… Read more »
SirFrancisDrakkarNoir
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SirFrancisDrakkarNoir
I am a millennial, and let me tell you, some of us are aware of things that occurred in past eras. Some of us read books. If we didn’t, then cultural legacy wouldn’t matter. And Steve Bannon is NOT the inheritor of Pat Buchanan’s brand of politics. Pat was an implicit (and sometimes explicit) American Nationalist – of the sort that equated being American with being white. Steve Bannon is an explicit economic nationalist – that is, he believes in tariffs, and that is the end of his overlap with Pat Buchanan. And he’s given no reason to believe that… Read more »
MuhdikinlittleorphanAnnieFrank
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MuhdikinlittleorphanAnnieFrank

^This is a great boomer parody account.

Howard J. Harrison
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P.S. Richard: if you want to poke some good-natured fun at Bannon every now and again, that’s all to the good. Your impersonation of Bannon is funny. I like it. The impersonation captures the character of the man.

But take the edge off it, son. The edge is unnecessary. It’s mistargeted. It does not help.

Andy
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The guy is 40 and you still call him son.

Howard J. Harrison
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It’s an endearment between peers, Andy, a traditional Americanism, a name you’d call a mate on the football squad, you know, back when one used to send the mate out onto the field with a spank on the rear (which no one thought was gay, back in the era in which an open shower room was still used for showering). It’s an implicit invitation to Männerbund. It’s tiny part of the great culture we’re trying to save.

You can’t call a black man son, and Richard isn’t remotely gay. That’s the point, isn’t it?

Thanks for the reply.

Hipster Racist
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An excellent podcast. I made many of the same points as Spencer did on my blog and on twitter, specifically about Roy Moore, marriage, and Evangelicalism, in the last few weeks. In fact, Spencer hits on virtually all of the main points I spent the last few weeks making. Good.

Evangelicalism is a fraudulent replacement for Reformed Protestantism and is now used as a replacement for real White Identity.

Andy
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Have you seen Moores record? I’m glad he lost. I rather have a guy like Jones that will discredit the institution of government further then an authoritarian shitbag like Moore. Alabama was a loss one way or the other. But it was a win if you just wanna see this whole rotten thing come burning down.

Jim
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You have a problem with authoritarianism? What the hell are you doing on this website?

Andy
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The guy is dumb as shit. You want some dumbass giving you dumbass orders based on his own dumbassness? What the hell are you even doing here? Just live the dildo livestyle and support BLM if thats your cup of semen tea you neurotic cattle person.

SirFrancisDrakkarNoir
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SirFrancisDrakkarNoir
Richard was on fire this pod. I understand his reasoning behind countersignalling Moore on twitter now. Paul Nehlen doesn’t have a chance to win his own district, -and would be a waste of the Altright’s resources – but Brian is right: as a ‘barometer’ it is pretty incredible that a ‘mainstream’ candidate is saying the things he’s saying – and appearing on Altright shows. This would have been unthinkable just a few years ago. The nation is become extremely polarized, and we must capture the minds as we speed through the Kali Yuga. Perhaps due to his age, Nehlen can’t… Read more »
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Crusader-kun
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What’s wrong with displaying the Ten Commandments at the courthouse? It isn’t something new, it is something that happened for centuries. The religious right tried to bring it back, after corrupt (((supreme court justices))) lied about the meaning of the First Amendment to demand the the commandments be taken down.

Andy
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“(((supreme court justices)))”

The Supreme court is made up of mostly catholics and some jews in a majorty protestant country. The 10 commandments are still jewish law.

billy.steele898
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Educational candidate. I invite you to research Jacob Rees Mogg from the UK.

ronehjr
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Not as sporadic as Greg Johnson’s promised weekly podcast.

Italo-Canadian
Plus Member

Ultimately a man with Bannon’s aesthetic sensibilities couldn’t be relied upon.

site665
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No uglies, eh? Then, I guess you’ll finally admit that Cheeto took you over a barrel!!! HAJAHAHAHAHAJAHAHAHAJA!

Italo-Canadian
Plus Member

Funny, I’m actually skinny and don’t eat Cheetos. I meant his attire, not his looks (although, he could shave more frequently).

site665
Guest

And I was referring to Trump (i.e. orange like a Cheeto). It took losing a major election to turn you against Bannon. When will you admit that Cheeto scammed you, too?

Cthulhu
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Dude can you go back to your 8 pol and your lolicon? The big boys are trying to make things happen.

Riopel
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It was incredible how the media turned bloated jew-loving civnat Bannon into Reinhard Heydrich.

Crud+Bonemeal
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Skipping the Steve Bannon phase is a big plus

His vision was ultimately bad for whites; restarting the corn syrup cornucopia and creating racial harmony through consumerism

We need a non-Eskimo, non-fake news version of Breitbart

Andy
Guest

… especialy without the emotional boomer comments.

AC this is broken
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