via Atlantic Centurion
on Wikipedia now).
The “Alternative Right” is a 2010s political label with history I am
sure most people reading this are familiar with, and if not it is beside
the point. What I aim to discuss here is not so much alt-right history
or criticisms of, but rather a survey of what basic tenets compose it is
But before that, I would emphasize that by necessity the alt-right is
a “big tent” philosophy. Ideally this means that it functions as an
intellectual alliance between other philosophies that embrace
most or all of its core principles. Therefore it is counter-productive
for any of these philosophies attack one another more than they attack outside philosophies. Some people call this no enemies on the right or no enemies to the right,
the latter being less inclusive, but what is most important ultimately
is to not throw competent people who agree with you on major issues to
the wolves. Having clear battle lines is crucial because it ensures we
are our own moral authority rather than a third party that is opposed to
most or all of our beliefs, which is a major problem if not the problem with the mainstream right.
So what are the tenets of the big tent? I believe they are as follows:
1.) People are different. Human inequality is a fact
of life and belief systems that deny this lead to distortion and
oppression. Both individuals and populations vary in their
characteristics in meaningful ways, such as intelligence and social
behavior. One size does not fit all, not comfortably at least.
2.) Our world is tribal. The struggle for survival
which has produced all life on earth extends into biological human
races, which both exist and matter to their members. Such conflict is
neither immoral nor moral, but a condition we must engage with in order
to develop any meaningful philosophy or ideology. It can be found on the
streets, in the human resources department, at the ballot box, or in
the trenches. Even something as trivial as the Oscars is fought over.
Though it is currently politically incorrect to acknowledge that races
and their national subdivisions exist and compete for resources, land,
and influence over one another or over themselves, that does not mean
the struggle has stopped. That one side has been cajoled into not
struggling does not mean it is left alone.
3.) Our tribe is being suppressed. The new left
doctrine of racial struggle in favor of non-whites only, a product of
decolonization and the defeat of nationalists by egalitarians after
WWII, must be repudiated and Whites must be allowed to take their own
side in their affairs. A value system
that says Whites are not allowed to have collective interests and
literally every other identity group can do so and ought to do so is
4.) Men are not women and women are not men. Men and
women have roles to fulfill for the species to persist in a stable and
healthy way. Feminism and the sexual revolution, by destroying the
conditions that promoted and sustained heterosexual monogamy, have had
disastrous implications for the sexes and relationships between them. (I
highly recommend F. Roger Devlin’s Sexual Utopia in Power
here for those interested in more). No viable society can exist where
the long-term union of one man and one woman producing a replacement
level of offspring is not the norm. Some Western countries have obscured
the impact of sexual degeneracy on birthrates by importing foreigners,
but such measures only further the destruction of nations; they do not
sustain a people but keep a state’s balance sheets in order.
5.) Freedom is a responsibility and not a right. The
freedom of too many incompetent people to make too many bad decisions
is harmful to society and constrains the freedom of virtuous and
responsible people. There are externalities to most actions and when
these are harmful to non-actors it is a kind of injustice. These need to
campaigned against, or suppressed by force or the threat of force—the
basis of the rule of law. A virtuous society is an ordered one that
provides freedom from anarcho-tyranny.
6.) If we must be a democratic society, the franchise should be limited.
Universal democracy is a bad system. It gives power to the worst and
shackles the fittest. It is a degenerative institution in which the weak
and unproductive collaborate against the strong and sustainable.
The final alt-right shit-test is whether or not someone agrees with the reality that Jewish elites are opposed to our entire program.
It is the third rail for a reason. The hardest redpill to take is a
suppository, the Jewish Question. (Here I highly recommend Dr. Kevin
if you don’t have the time preference for an entire series of books on
the subject). The disproportionate influence of an elite Jewish minority
in Western societies has been a net negative. Jews, who have a three
thousand year history of regulating their communities to be as insular
as possible among the nations whose territory they dwell in have a
consistent pattern of promoting the interests of their own
ethnoreligious minority at the expense of the majority nation. It is
what they do and when they do it here it is bad news for us. When given
the power they have now it results in degeneracy, the losing of one’s
race. Even in Israel one will find Jews who are firmly dedicated to the
destruction of their host’s borders and hold in contempt the idea of
loyalty to their national kin. Who shrieks loudest at anti-immigration
nativism? Who praises their own ethnocentrism as a virtue and shames
others for having the same feeling? It is a pattern that crosses time
and borders, and there is a war against noticing it. The staunchest
social egalitarians, anti-nationalists and “anti-racists” are Jewish,
inside and outside of Israel.
There are plenty of ideological directions one could go in from here,
and as always there is no silver bullet solution to problems of the
magnitude we deal with in Western societies. And people who claim to
have the bullet tend to be the most zealous about it. Some proposals are
modest, some are LARPy, and some won’t be LARPy for long. But if they
address our root issues they are worth some consideration. And if after
such consideration you find you only disagree about secondary or
tertiary issues, there is definitely room to work together. The big tent
is worth preserving to persevere against our common enemies, for our
struggle is revolutionary. Stay fashy my friends.