Did you ever notice that people in Der Movement never actually follow through the logical consequences of their beliefs and/or that they always make unprincipled exceptions?
For example, there are Nutzis who believe two things:
1. Ancestry testing is absolutely accurate and precise and should be interpreted literally
2. The “one-drop” rule
If they really believe both items, then they’d have to conclude that both Richard Spencer and Greg Johnson are “non-White.” But no one (insofar as I know) has argued that; therefore (with the exception of the nitwit who harassed Cobb), no one really believes those two things, at least not in combination.
There are people who suggest, or imply, that Spencer’s (soon-to-be-ex) wife, as a Russian-Georgian*, is “non-White.” If they really believe that, then they must believe that Spencer was involved in an inter-racial marriage and has mixed-race children, no different from Derbyshire. But, I have not read anyone – at least any serious commentator that I remember – who argued that. Therefore, they cannot really believe that a Russian-Georgian should be considered “non-White.” I could also mention those "activists" who have the cognitive dissonance of thinking that Julius Evola is, at the same time, both a great White Traditionalist thinker and a non-White; that is the same principle of confusion.
Speaking of Derbyshire, we have people who declare themselves opposed to racial inter-marriage but are great pals with “the Derb.”
Digging deeper in that direction, there are folks in Der Movement who believe that anyone who has ever even just dated a non-White is a “race traitor” who deserves “The Day of the Rope," but the fact that you have prominent Alt Right figures with a history of dating East Asians apparently does not bother those folks at all.
Now, with the exception of Derbyshire – who I truly despise – none of the above is meant as a criticism of the people involved, particularly since – with the exception of opposition to racial inter-marriage – I don’t not believe in or promote the other memes in question. My point is that most in Der Movement must not really believe in those memes either, since they never follow through on those beliefs in any way. It’s all cant. People go through the motions to spout official dogma without really believing in it. And just as that scenario led to the demise of state communism in Eastern Europe, and just as it may eventually eat away at the multicultural premise, the idea of people reciting, like robots, ideas they do not really actually believe in, or at least understand or follow through on, may lead to the demise of Der Movement, Inc. as well
*Someone needs to tell Nina that Georgia is not part of Southern Europe – not historically or geographically and not politically or economically. The ethnic and cultural composition of Southern Europe has been influenced by bidirectional inputs from the Mediterranean basin as well as from Northern and Central Europe – all inputs essentially lacking in Georgia.