Spencer, Abortion, and Sallis
Thoughts on a video.
Some notes on this:
First, I believe Spencer has a bright future as a spokesman and representative of the Far-Right and, perhaps one day, can ride the tide of right-wing populism to elected office of some type. But, he is eventually going to need to cut ties with the failed stupidity of Alt Right, Inc. – both the Alt Right “movement” as well as the AltRight.com flotsam and jetsam. Perhaps as he gets older, and reflects back on recent events (including being “thrown under the bus” over “Hailgate” by Alt Right ad Alt Wrong figures), he’ll see the folly in his current path. A natural evolution of his position would be a pan-European materialist futurism, but articulated in a down-to-earth and Americanized fashion.
I agree with his points about abortion and contraception, some of which overlaps with material on Counter-Currents (by Le Brun I believe). Is abortion the killing of human beings (or at least of hominids)? Yes it is. But so what? So is capital punishment, so is warfare, so is policing. So? Huge numbers of high-quality Germans were killed in WWII Allied bombing raids, and I’m supposed to get all worked up over future gangbangers and carjackers being aborted? I think not.
I think Spencer is going to be disappointed by Lahren, but we’ll see.
While I agree with Spencer on abortion, I do not support Lahren’s feminist “it are the women’s bodies” argument. Yes, it is the woman’s womb, but the fetus is a shared resource, genetically half the father’s (and not even getting into extended family and ethnic interests). I’m talking here purely objectively – from a subjective racial standpoint, yes, let’s abort more Blacks and Hispanics and if feminist arguments get that job done, fine, but from a purely objective argument (and one which subjectively can help inform the broader issue of White men’s rights), there is a problem here.
If the father is going to be on the hook for child support if the infant is born, then he sure as hell has the right to participate, as an equal partner, in decisions of abortion (or contraception for that matter). The fetus is not the woman’s to decide what to do with as her estrogenic whims lead her. Now, some would say – “What if the father wants the child and the mother wants to abort. Will she be forced to carry it to term?”
To which I say – she should be given a choice. Either have the child and give it to the father, or have the abortion and pay reparations to the father, a regular payment equal to whatever the father’s child support would have been otherwise. If the father was to be on the hook for $X per month, then that’s what the woman would have to pay the man in the scenario described above. Cue the feminist shrieks of outrage.
Spencer is right about the “Deep Cuck” commitment to policing the conservative movement and enforcing conservative (cuckservative) dogma. What I would like to see next is Spencer – or someone else other than me – speak out against the racialist “movement” and its own fossilized dogma and its tendency to police itself (*).
* Don’t kid yourself that the ignoring/opposition to this blog is all about my “crazy, erratic behavior” or “excessive negativism” and that’s for two reasons. The lesser reason is that the “craziness” is/was not only obviously tongue-in-cheek but I’m on record of openly stating as such. The more fundamental reason – and this gets to the heart of the “negativism” – is that it puts the cart before the horse, it reverses cause and effect. It’s not that the “movement” is hostile to my message because my message has always been “negative,” but rather that the message has become increasingly negative because the “movement” – or at least important precincts thereof – have always been hostile to both the message and the messenger. I’ve been involved in this activity in one form or another for over 20 years. Those who remember the early 2000s can remember my work with Legion Europa, Amren, TOQ, etc. And then with later with MR (when it was more sane). Was that work – presented sans “craziness” and “negativism” - generally well received? No it was not. Did it have any lasting impact? No it did not. Was anyone really paying attention? No, not that I could see. Then, to say the current opposition is a reasonable response to my “grumpiness” is disingenuous.