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How to destroy the Alt Right

Saturday, November 19, 2016 9:42
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It has been on several occasions that we have had discussion that revolves around trying to identify what the Alt Right Movement is. We know some of the ways in which it has manifested itself and we have drawn our own conclusions to a certain degree. I don’t think I really understand it fully yet but I have come to understand it a great deal more because of the various lectures that Milo Yiannopoulos has been giving on college campuses across the Country.

Milo has been crowned Queen of the Alt Right Movement but denies being part of it. He has been given this distinction because he was the only journalist who spent any time and energy trying to understand the Alt Right and who accurately gave voice to them at Brietbart News. In this particular lecture he explains his differences with the Alt Right Movement but also where he agrees. He explains how it is that the Alt Right Movement can be destroyed.

In explaining all these things he gives us the best interpretation of what the Alt Right Movement is and that is what I think is of most value to us here. There is a very powerful component to it that most readers here may not realize. The Alt Right is primarily comprised of young people. When I say young, I mean as young as age 11. These are kids who have, for all their lives grown up in an environment filled with aggressive and oppressive political correctness and the kids seem to instinctively know that there is something totally insane about that. During their teenage years they begin to hold their elders who engage in such nonsense with contempt and of course as a teenager they know so much. Often times when we see some sort of expression or opinion from someone from the Alt Right (on this forum as an example) we typically see something in that communication that looks a bit off. It may be punctuation or grammar or perhaps sentence construction. I once attributed the character of an Alt Right presence here to Russian Intelligence Officer because something just didn’t seem fully developed in the way of communication. Could it be that the character was actually a 14 year old kid? Possible.

If the kids of today see us older Conservatives as absurd it is because we let the insane Progressive Left win the Culture War and to them that is unacceptable. I think that may be how the term Alt Right came to be. They consider themselves to be of the Right Wing sphere, just an as an alternative to what they perceive to be an outdated model. I think that encapsulates the way young people think of themselves in a lot of ways. They are the Alternatives to the things that are. This movement is sweeping College Campuses from Coast to Coast. It is my opinion that the Alt Right Movement is not going to go away any time soon but here in this 1 Hour presentation Milo Yiannopoulos explains how it can be destroyed.

Yes, he’s over the top. College Kids appreciate a warped sense of humor. That apparently is something that has been missing from those who are considered to be traditional conservatives but that is FAR better than the Progressive Left where Humor has practically been outlawed. So here he is in all his glory at the University of Houston…

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