In all cases, emphasis added.
Posted July 28, 2018 at 10:23 am | PermalinkHis grandfather was a Mexican revolutionary who rode with Pancho Villa.He’s also something like 3/8 Indian, he won’t specify which tribe, probably because the usual suspects would make trouble for them and he doesn’t want that to happen. He’s said in the past that he’s visited the Rez, knows the leaders, and would qualify for tribal membership if he ever decided to apply. He’s also 1/2 or so Anglo, of founder stock. He uses his mixed race, as said above, for rhetorical impact whenever he’s called a White Supremacist.Vox lives in Italy since the US government malicious prosecution that ruined and jailed his father.
Let us assume all of the above is true. I do not know definitively if it is, but let us say it is true in its fundamental basics, if not all the fine-grained details.
If Snidely’s comment is basically true, we have someone who:
1. Claims that WN is impossible in America because of all the squabbling ethnicities (as if this was 1918 rather than 2018, and that most White Americans were not ethnic mixes)
2. Is an Anglo-Mexican-Amerind mix, or something similar
3. Lives in Italy, despite not being ethnically Italian, or even part-Italian
I mean, you just can’t make this stuff up.
Who knows? Maybe Italy can’t have a cohesive nationalist government (and a Five-Star-League collaboration is laughably distant from such a government) because of all these non-Italians living there, disrupting the organic solidarity of the nation. Same principle, no?
In 50 years, when someone writes the history of our movement, Vox will get his own chapter. Maybe not the longest chapter. But no book on the Dissident Right would be complete without it.
Yes, and the book will be called: Endless Failure: How Rightist Incompetence Allowed for the End of the White Race and the End of the West. It will be written by a gleeful Jew or a schadenfreude-enriched Chinaman.
I’m not happy to announce that Spencer has apparently learned nothing.