Warring With The Cult

Last weekend, Richard Spencer tried to hold his annual conference. The vehicle Spencer uses to run his alt-right thing is the National Policy Institute, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit based in Montana. This is a standard thing to do these days, for any sort of activism. It allows rich people to quietly fund activities, and take a tax deduction for it. It also gives solo acts a way to fund their activities, without having to keep a day job. Once a year, Spencer has a conference and dinner for the people interested in his efforts.

Last year was the infamous Heil-gate episode, where Spencer’s imprudence got himself in trouble. Since then, Progressives have been working hard to un-person him and anything he touches. That linked video has 2.8 million views for a reason. As a result, he was unable to book the Reagan Building for his event, which is a violation of Federal law, but the people in charge think the law is for suckers. They do what they want. As a result, Spencer was forced to find another venue for the event.

A weekend conference organized by white nationalist Richard Spencer was shut down after the owners of the Maryland farm he rented discovered he was behind the event.

The think tank that Spencer leads, the National Policy Institute, hosted the conference for about 100 people at Rocklands Farm, a winery and events venue in Montgomery County. Spencer said in an interview that a third-party logistics company contacted Rocklands Farm on behalf of the National Policy Institute this month and didn’t reveal that white nationalists were affiliated with the event when they booked it. The company told the farm’s management only that it was a “corporate” gathering, according to Spencer.

The conference started about 11 a.m. Sunday and was scheduled to continue until 8 p.m. Caterers at Rocklands Farm served brunch, and participants recapped 2017. At about 4 p.m., Spencer said, someone working the event learned that Spencer was there, and management told everyone to leave.

“We didn’t lie, we didn’t deceive, and we certainly did not break any rules while we were there,” Spencer said. “We had sharp words and were obviously disappointed, but there was no confrontation of any kind.”

The farm refunded the group’s money after asking it to leave.

The owners of Rocklands Farm didn’t comment on the incident beyond a statement on their website Monday, which says it proudly does “business according to family values, including welcoming people of all backgrounds, race, ethnicities, cultures, and religions.”

If you go to the source article, the picture of Spencer they use is from his thing at the University of Florida. OK. Stock photos are standard stuff in the news business. Then they use a picture of a black protester from that Florida event. That has no place in a story about something entirely different and 3,000 miles to the north. It is an important lesson that no one on our side can seem to get through their thick skulls. The people in charge are perfectly willing to lie, cheat and steal to win. They are not bound by any rules.

Putting that aside, the highlighted portion of the story is illustrative. This is the sort of the stuff Gentry Conservatives wave around claiming they have their principles, while the winning side is riddled with hypocrisy. The winning side, however, just shrugs, because as far as they’re concerned, that quote is the model of logic. That’s the nature of cults and the people inside them. The rules and tactics of the cult are the model of moral perfection and timeless logic. You not getting this is proof that the adherents are anointed.

Cults have an internal language that only the members fully understand. The zombie who issued that statement knows that “family values” means the cult’s definition of family values. By “people of all backgrounds” they just assume it excludes people outside the cult. The people outside the walls are not really people. They don’t exist as a flesh and blood humans. It’s the same reason the Puritans had no trouble burning Indians and chasing Anglicans off into the wilderness. They did not see them as human.

I’ll also note that the Washington Post story is not an actual news story. The Five W’s could have been done in a paragraph, which by the conventions of news reporting make it not worth doing. It was a non-event. That’s why the bulk of the story is folklore and legend now popular with the cult. There is the Charlottesville reference, the preening and pleading of the fearful restaurant owners and so on. This is written as a cautionary tale for other cult members. “Beware! If you are not vigilant, the Nazis will show up at your door!”

It’s why it is useless to bother engaging with these people at any level. It’s better to imagine them as a colonizing tribe of aliens. There is no middle ground, no room for agreement, because their reason to exists, their core identity, is based on wiping out all non-believers. Anything that even hints at compromise, is seen by the cult as a direct threat to its very existence. That’s why they take so much pleasure in stalking guys like Spencer around and preventing him from living a normal life. It’s what defines them.

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Karl McHungus
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Karl McHungus

Spencer should organize a few thousand homeless persons, load them up with left over food, and then have them shit all over the farm. Non-violent protest at its best. Or sue them into BK. Also stage huge protests and fights every time the farm tries to hold an event.

joey+junger
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joey+junger

Opie and Anthony used to do something similar on their radio show (in terms of logistics, though not politics). They would raise a ton of money for a homeless shopping spree, then load busses up with homeless people and drive them to department stores. The department stores that turned them away shot themselves in the foot, since when the homeless were actually admitted to a store, they were civil, bought some coats and other expensive items, and then left in an orderly fashion. Anthony used to also send “the shit monster” (a guy with a spastic bowel problem) to things… Read more »

pyrrhus
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pyrrhus

Indeed. Things are rapidly evolving toward all-out war between real Americans and the Globalist anti-white Hivemind and its treasonous servants…Though I don’t expect a lot of violence until the next and final financial collapse.

Dutch
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Dutch

At least, it needs to be made widely known that the place has politicized its operation, and that any bookings have big political overtones and associations. That should do ‘er. Look what it did for the NFL.

Severian
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“Muh principles” folk drive me nuts. You and Proggie agree to a duel. The rules are, you take three steps, then turn and fire. You both take one step… then Proggie wheels around and shoots you in the back. Then pisses on your corpse and laughs at you for being such a sucker. You can’t reason with the unreasonable, nor shame the shameless. The only thing they learn from is pain. Make this stuff as painful for them as it is for us, and then we can have principles again.

Karl McHungus
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Karl McHungus

The thing is, when the “principled conservatives” are behind you, and the progs are in front of you, there is always a gun pointed at your back.

Ryan T
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Ryan T

When people post old clips of politicians railing against some policy they now support as some sort of gotcha, I wonder if they ever notice that this stuff is completely ineffective against the cult. Now if the cult uses this tactic, it works just fine, especially against muh principles.

Truth as they know it changes from one day to the next as needed. We have always been at war with eastasia.

Eclectic Esoteric
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Eclectic Esoteric

Goal post shifting is routine for them.

JMCobb
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JMCobb

Sounds suspiciously like muslims, don’t ya think?

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It’s not the Muslims behind this, look elsewhere.

TS Adams
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TS Adams

Puritans burnt Indians and ran Anglicans off into the woods???

You’re having problems with the truth in your own little way aren’t you.

Try reading the book “The Light and The Glory.” by Peter Marshall and David Manuel. It will help you get over your left leaning bias. And it’s a very good historical read.

Noah
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Noah

My only question is why in the world do people still hold events at public venues?

You mean to tell me not one person has a farm, or private land that can be controlled and monitored?

Honest to God, it’s like stepping on a rake; over and over again.

Dave
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Dave

Exactly. Spencer is still working from a script that lost it’s effectiveness at least a generation ago.
Spencer himself comes from a family with money. He can’t hold his conference on family property in Whitefish ?
They’re still stuck on the supper club model of networking.

Rod1963
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Rod1963

Agreed, he needs to go digital. hold the conference via the internet like smart people do. I’m sure he could buy a old farm property to hold his conference on. But how many people want to be tagged as associated with Spencer? Spencer has just made way too many mistakes, Charlotsville was his Waterloo. He let that Democratic plant organize a event with KKK’ers and Neo-Nazis and every loon and plant he could find. And it blew up in Spencer’s face. The man makes one bad decision after another. The movement has outgrown this lightweight. We need smarter more media… Read more »

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Kudos to the younger guys like Spencer et al for giving it a go. But public events, the seminar and conference circuit, is as old and well established as the brothel circuit in Nevada. Trump is a natural. A force of nature, really. The newbies trying to carve out a target niche need to watch him and bone up on basic marketing. I’m wonder if they merely aim to be the next Conservative Inc.- pitching for the income, while dodging the acid attacks. How many harpies on MSNBC screech, “George Will is a hateful hater!” What’s it gonna take to… Read more »

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Betcha his Tupperware sales are suffering, too.

Old Surfer
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Old Surfer

He should look into the “Boomershoot” site, comes complete with a range and tannerite, though the owners might be too truly conservative for the alt right.

Karl McHungus
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Karl McHungus

Ma Spencer’s basement has limited accommodations, especially when the ping-ping table is setup.

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Seems as if Spencer isn’t giving much thought to planning his events or how they are carried out. He should sub this out.

Richter Rox
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Richter Rox

The alt right would gain more traction without this poser. His fifteen minutes are about up.

Lorenzo
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Lorenzo

Doesn’t matter. Anyone connected with the “alt right”, however tenuously, will get the same treatment.

It won’t be long before even the NRA will have trouble finding a place for their gatherings.

Tim
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Tim

OT of course but just read about the hijab Barbie available for Christmas. About how long before we start seeing hijab Barbie with a suicide belt on the intertubes?

Spencer doesn’t seem that bright in turning the progs back on themselves, but then, he really does have all the media lined up against him. You really do need to start with the assumption that none of these people are honorable. He doesn’t seem to look a move ahead and anticipate the reaction against him, and be prepared to deal with that.

Robert What?
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Robert What?

Who could have imagined that the movie “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” would be so relevant today?

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Reminds me of that space alien flick with Will Smith as the hotshot fighter pilot. The POTUS ( Bill Paxton?) asks the captured alien what it wants “ us”to do: simple reply: “ We want you to die.”

Eclectic Esoteric
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Eclectic Esoteric

Spencer has more in common with progressives than they care to know . He should focus on their militant segregationist policies and violation of the civil rights of whites (who they believe are excluded from civil rights laws).

He should be feeding on the carcass of their lack of political situational awareness in order to integrate his views into mainstream media and give the impression he is playing to win. Otherwise, he’s heavy on optics, low on substance.

Karl McHungus
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Karl McHungus

OT: this was a blind item on “Crazy Days and Nights”
There was a political candidate who had all the backing and money in the world last year on the Republican side. He was then shown a video of himself with two college guys engaged in several hours of sex. After that, the candidate just kind of gave up. He went through the motions, but that was about it. He was given a consolation prize to make sure he is there if they need him.

who does this sound like? i think Jeb!

Corn
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Corn

If I was a betting man I’d say Ben Carson. He was appointed to the Cabinet. I was going to guess Marco Rubio but he wasn’t really given a consolation prize, he already had a Senate seat.

joey+junger
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joey+junger

I’ve noticed that, when you hit a nerve with a cult member on something they believe that is easily dis-proven, their eyes change, literally getting wider. It’s as if they’re saying, “I am only on broadcast mode, now, not receive, so even though you’re showing me something empirical about say, Muslim violence or immigration’s negative effects, I will not process it.” You talked about this with Bill Maher, his physical reaction to hearing things he doesn’t want to hear. Say something these people don’t like that’s true, and watch them literally squirm and do weird things with their hands and… Read more »

Dutch
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Dutch

Absolutely. Record it and replay it with the sound off, and it is ten times more obvious.

MichiganWave
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MichiganWave

What you say is perfectly reasonable. But it begs the question: why does Spencer reflexively crave the attention of the Legacy Libmedia? He tries to outwit them at a game which is rigged in their favor. I say he should try again, but for gawdsakes, anticipate that there is going to be at least 1 of 10, maybe 1 of 5 people in a Blue State could be a nutcase SJW, or at least an SJW-sympathizer. Have someone else meet the caterer. Have the food in a separate room. Keep it simple so it is mostly just dropped off in… Read more »

currahee
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currahee

Spencer has his purposes.

Understand this: their basic reaction is fear.

Now get back to work

Each one teach one:

EVERYTHING THEY TAUGHT YOU ABOUT RACE IS A LIE!