Latest “movement” tragicomedy.
Take that, Arktos and Richard Spencer! Meanwhile, Counter-Currents continues to pretend that Bolton’s Yockey biography doesn’t exist.
John DoePosted May 25, 2018 at 4:26 am | PermalinkGreat to see that Jorjani is working with Counter-Currents and getting away from the unfortunate elements of the “movement”.
Let’s not forget this from that Swedish Counter-Currents forum speaker, Patrik Hermansson:
I manage to convince Jason Reza Jorjani, co-founder of AltRight Corporation and editor of Arktos Media, to meet for a drink. I’m sitting across from him in an Irish pub in the shadow of the Empire State Building. The first thing he said was: “You’re not in touch with Greg [Johnson], are you?”
I assure him I’m not, knowing he would leave if he ever found out I had spent the last month getting to know people on the other side of the split, some of whom had recently accused Jorjani of being a CIA agent. “It’s like the SA and the SS,” Jorjani said. “A Night of the Long Knives is coming though.”
Now Jorjani and Johnson are buddies again, because...Richard Spencer.
Der Movement, Der Movement, Der Movement marches on.
Further, it is highly disturbing that the likes of Greg Johnson and Richard Spencer fail to understand the damage done to serious racial nationalism by their enabling of someone who peddles pseudoscientific nonsense and gnostic “traditionalist” fantasies. Do they really think intelligent, well-read, educated, empiricists want to be associated with “the pyramids of Atlantis were built by psychokinesis?” The Spectral! The Spectral! (Theme music from Ghostbusters playing in the background).
The domination of the “movement” by Type I activists was, is, and remains an unmitigated tragedy. They have no sense whatsoever, no common sense, no innate “feel” for what any reasonably same person would consider appropriate or inappropriate. “Normies” will think racial nationalism – or ethnic nationalism for you knuckle-dragging ethnonationalists – is strange enough, if you are going to combine it with crazed ramblings fit for a D-grade sci/fi-fantasy novel, then forget about it. The System continuously tries to associate racial activism with pseudoscience and fantasy. How much easier for them when Der Movement actually does exhibit those tendencies and taints the honest efforts of others.