Richard Spencer’s Alt-Right and the Alt-Left Have Same Views

Richard Spencer’s Alt-Right and the Alt-Left Have Same Views

Both Groups Hate Trump, Conservatives and Sow Racial Strife and Chaos

In the wake of his exposure as being a deep state plant, and after his failed speech in Gainesville, Florida, in which three of his followers were arrested for shooting at protesters, Richard Spencer is now lashing out against conservatives.

[Richard Spencer’s followers in Gainesville]

On Spencer’s own Twitter feed, over 60% of his own followers attacked him for being a deep state plant and a Soros operative. In response, he said “Since 1955, American “conservatism” has been a roadblock to authentic White identity.”, and proceeded to attack all conservatives, Steve Bannon, and even Judaism and Ben Shapiro.

In light of these developments, many conservatives are wondering what Richard Spencer’s “Alt-Right” stands for, since they seem to be attacking the few populist conservatives who are taking a stand against the dark, globalist forces of both the liberals and the establishment Republicans.

It is well known that Antifa and other Alt-Left groups hate conservatives, President Trump, and sow racial division, chaos, and violence. We are now finding out that Richard Spencer’s  Alt-Right, for the most part, shares these same views.

Both groups want to divide America along racial and ethnic lines, so that they can weaken, and bring down the government in order to install their own form of totalitarianism.

Racial Strife

Since his inception of the Alt Right, Richard Spencer has openly called for an all-white “ethnostate”, an idea which would require the ethnic cleansing or forced deportation of over 74 million Americans.

“We need an ethno-state,” he said in a 2013 speech, “so that our people can ‘come home again,’ can live amongst family, and feel safe and secure.”

While normal, everyday Americans are repulsed by such calls for genocide against their friends, neighbors and co-workers, that did not stop Richard Spencer from coming out of nowhere, and doing Nazi salutes and saying “Hail Trump”, in front of the media, as soon as President Trump was elected.

Spencer’s goal was to try to link Trump, Hitler and Nazis together in the mind of the public. He failed miserably in his attempt, but he did manage to link Trump and fascism together among two small, fringe groups; the Alt-Right and the Alt-Left.

Former Occupy Wall Street organizer and admitted leftist provocateur Jason Kessler had their followers bring both Nazi and Trump flags and banners to the failed Charlottesville rally on August 12th, in which one person was murdered and thirty more injured by one of their followers.

At the rally, Alt-Right members chanted “Blood and Soil” and “Jews will not replace us!”, sowing racial hatred and discord.

Right on cue, George Soros’ useful idiots came up with a chant that they have been using since Charlottesville: “No Trump, No KKK, No Fascist USA!”. Antifa, Black Lives Matters and other Alt-Left groups have called for violence against white people and police since their inception.

Hatred of police

We will assume that most of our readers are already well informed about the Alt-Left’s hatred and violence against police officers in Ferguson, Dallas, Berkeley and throughout the United States in the past few years.

In contrast, normal Americans are repulsed by such acts. President Trump, Jeff Sessions and others have spoken out, and stood by the brave men and women who put their lives on the line everyday, to keep our lives and property safe while we work and provide for our families.

Where does the Alt-Right stand?

In August of 2017, Richard Spencer and Jason Kessler invited career criminal and convicted drug dealer Christoper Cantwell to speak and incite the crowd at their Charlottesville rally.

Cantwell was well known as being an activist and organizer for “CopBlock”, a radical anti-police group which supports Black Lives Matter.

Cantwell puts out a podcast called the “Radical Agenda”, where he calls for gunning down police officers in cold blood, overthrowing the U.S. government, and the assassination of government officials.

[Christopher Cantwell]

In 2014, Christopher Cantwell celebrated the cowardly murder of police officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos in New York City, by Black Lives Matter supporter and member of the Black Guerrila Family, Ismaaiyl Abdullah Brinsley.

On the day before the Charlottesville rally, Cantwell was involved in a parking lot dispute where guns were drawn. Police were called, but no one was arrested, so Cantwell and his group left the scene.

Cantwell ran and hid out, because he was too scared to speak at the Rally. If he would have spoken and incited the crowd at the rally, as Spencer and Kessler intended, there could have been a lot more violence than one killed and thirty wounded on August 12th..

Since the doomed Charlottesvile event, Cantwell and Kessler have been blaming police officers for what transpired there, while claiming that their “civil rights” have been violated, and asking for donations from their few followers on social media. Christopher Cantwell is still in jail for his actions at the rally.

Immediately after Richard Spencer’s failed speech in Gainesville, three of his followers pulled up to some people at a bus stop, did Nazi salutes and shouted “Hail Hitler”. When one of the victims objected to the attack, one of Spencer’s followers, Tyler Tenbrink, drew a pistol and shot at the group.

[Tyler Tenbrink, William Fears and Colton Fears]

All three were apprehended by law enforcement shorty after the shooting and are in Alachua County Jail. Tenbrink has been charged with attempted homicide, and all three were career criminals.

The Alt-Right is a failed brand

When average, hard-working Americans picture the Alt-Right, two pictures come into their minds. In one, a car is crashing into a crowd of protesters and an African American man is flying through the air. In the other, three hardened criminal thugs in jail uniforms, one wild-eyed, are posing for mug shots.

Richard Spencer can barely draw a dozen followers to his events, and some of those that do attend end up in jail, because, when your only philosophy is violence, you tend to attract violent people.

Nazi LARPing will not Make America Great Again. Only conservative, civic nationalist, anti-globalist populism will.

Donald Trump, Steve Bannon and other right-minded Americans have condemned the Alt-Right and will have nothing to do with it. Let’s hope the rest of America does the same.

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