The Alt-Right is a Left Wing, Socialist Movement
A Simple Breakdown of The Left-Right Spectrum – Dinesh D’Souza Is Correct About Richard Spencer, Jason Kessler Being Leftists
After Dinesh D’Souza exposed Nazi leaders, Jason Kessler and Richard Spencer as liberal shills, there has been an outcry among leftists, that somehow, the Alt-Right is conservative, or “right-wing”.
Dinesh D’Souza was accurate in his assessment of Richard Spencer, but Spencer did not reveal many of his darker, more sinister beliefs during the interview with D’Souza.
Richard Spencer is not only a big-government liberal who hates conservatives, the U.S. Constitution, and Judeo-Christian morality. He is also an admitted socialist, and he advocates what is known as “National Bolshevism”.
Richard Spencer has stated on numerous occasions that his favorite philosopher is Alexander Dugin, who is the lead organizer of the National Bolshevik Party. The Bolsheviks were founded by Vladimir Lenin, and their party later became the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, which was responsible for the murder of over 60 million innocent people.
Spencer’s wife, Nina Kouprianova, translates Dugin’s works, so that, together, they can spread this murderous ideology in the west.
[National Bolsheviks in Russia, trying not to look too leftist]
Alexander Dugin, Richard Spencer’s idol, has stated:
“We need to attack capitalism as the absolute enemy which was responsible for the creation of the nation as a simulacrum of traditional society, and which was also responsible for its destruction.”
In a recent interview, Richard Spencer said:
“To be honest, I am not totally opposed to socialism, when done right. I think we actually should use the government to benefit ourselves, and the people of this country. I think we should have a national health care system. I think we should quadruple national parks. I think we should make this world a better place. I think government has a role to play in that. “
[Richard Spencer, Social Justice Warrior and outspoken advocate of socialism]
Meanwhile, the leftist Fake News media is trying to distance itself from Spencer, by saying that he is not a leftist.
If openly supporting Bolshevism, calling for government run health care, and praising Democrat politicians, while attacking God, the Constitution, and Ronald Reagan, is not leftist, than what is?
In Dinesh D’Souza’s recent interview with Richard Spencer, Spencer stated that rights do not come from God, and that, basically, you do not have any rights until government bureaucrats decide to “give” them to you.
Where do rights come from?
W. Cleon Skousen, in his brilliant book “The 5000 Year Leap”, broke down the 28 fundamental beliefs of the Founding Fathers, which they said must be understood by every people who desire peace, freedom, and prosperity.
[W. Cleon Skousen’s classic “The 5000 Year Leap” sets liberals straight]
In Skousen’s book, Principle 1 states that the only reliable basis for sound government and just human relations is Natural Law.
There are certain laws which govern the entire universe, and just as Thomas Jefferson said in the Declaration of Independence, there are laws which govern in the affairs of men which are “the laws of nature and of nature’s God.”
The Founding Fathers understood that the only legitimate function of government is to protect the unalienable rights that everyone is born with.
The Laws of Nature, or Nature’s God are eternal in their goodness, and universal in their application. They cannot be altered, repealed or abandoned by government bureaucrats, socialist politicians or the self styled “Fuhrers” of the Alt-Right, no matter how hard they may try.
In “The 5000 Year Leap”, W. Cleon Skousen has a chart, in which he accurately depicts the entire political spectrum, from left to right.
[Skousen’s chart depicting the true left-right paradigm]
On the far left of the chart is “Ruler’s Law“, which would be 100% tyranny.
On this end of the spectrum would be systems in which the leaders rule by brute force, such as communism, fascism, and national socialism. This is where the Alt-Right, Nazi, communist and Antifa groups would be.
On the far right of the chart is “No Law“, which would be 100% anarchy.
This is what we see today in countries such as Somalia, where there is an absence of any rule of law, and warlords govern the people through coercion. We call such nations “failed states”. These states have disintegrated to the point where basic conditions and responsibilities of a sovereign government no longer function properly.
In the middle is “People’s Law“, which is what the Founding Fathers desired, and which is the basis of the U.S. Constitution. George Washington stated that “there is a natural and necessary progression, from the extreme of anarchy to the extreme of tyranny”.
The Founders’ task was to solve the enigma of the human tendency to rush headlong from anarchy to tyranny, which is what later happened, during the French Revolution. Their solution, after many years, was the U.S. Constitution, which kept the power base close to the people, to keep it from sliding toward one of the extremes of despotism or lawlessness.
[The Founding Fathers would not have been amused by the Alt-Right]
The Founders emphasized strong local self-government, leaving the states responsible for internal affairs, while leaving the federal government confined only to those areas which could not be effectively or fairly handled by the individual states.
The U.S. Constitution is the basis of conservatism. It is based on the people ruling the government.
Richard Spencer, Jason Kessler, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, George Soros, and their ilk want it the other way around. They want to personally decide on whether you should be “allowed” to own guns, have freedom of speech, or decide on your own health care.
Leftists, whether they refer to themselves as “Democrat Socialists” like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, or “National Socialists” like many on the Alt-Right do, are still socialists. As such, they are anathema to the American people and the American way of life, and should be exposed to the light of truth and reason.