Tuesday, March 13, 2018

SLC News, 3/13/18

More “movement” stupidity.

This utter crap demonstrates once again why Jef Costello ranks among the worst, most juvenile, and relentlessly asinine, writers on the Right.  Typical of his ilk, he projects his own feelings (not “thoughts” but womanly “feelings”) on everyone else, ignoring known examples of those who disagree.
But I’ve never met anyone…
That’s an example of Costello’s mendacity.  What does he mean by “met?”  If he literally means actually meeting people in person, then that statement may well be correct, but meaningless – how many activists has Costello actually met, and how many of those has he met at Amren conferences or “extreme vetted” Counter-Currents meetings, at which virtually everyone (with the exception of Hermansson and Lewis) would be pro-Taylor?

If we take a broader view of “met” to include “meeting” online then the statement is obviously false.

For example, read this.


Please note: I am NOT saying I agree with those harsh assessments, but am merely pointing out that they exist.  Yes, Mr. Costello likely never met these people, including Linder, face-to-face, but how can he pretend he doesn’t know that these attitudes exist?  Those comments are not merely disagreements about strategy, they are obviously about character and personality as well.

By the way, several years ago when Greg Johnson write how “disgusting” it is that people in the “movement” support Derbyshire, I ask, who is included in that?  Can you think of a prominent pro-White activist who was among the first to embrace Derbyshire, and invite him to be a featured speaker at conferences?  Maybe Costello can answer that after he’s finished serving breakfast to Mudshark Annie (and perhaps Dinesh as well).
The articles, by Jared and others, are of the highest intellectual caliber, and are uniformly “fact based”:

Munro’s anecdotal “hit piece” on Romanians was real “intellectual” and “fact based” and all, just as was the pro-Jewish modifications to the Hornbeck article in MacDonald, as were the ramblings of “Hippocrates,” and the constant promotion of the outrageous pseudoscience of the doddering old charlatan Lynn.

And on another matter read this. Note: “cuck-island-upate” (may be corrected by VDARE later on).

Not sure what an “upate” is, but, as regards the actual story, well, as I said as a riposte to Roissy, some of my best friends are cuck naggers.