This is an update of what I said in my previous post. Richard Spencer’s speech at Texas A&M University has been described by nationalists as an “Absolutely fucking amazing performance; these darkies and cucks are not used to hearing white men speak like this” and that he “Crossed the shitlord Rubicon. You could sense the unease in the audience.”
It may be so and the speech might well mark the dawn of Richard Spencer as a public figure that helps travelers to step on the Altright stone once Donald Trump’s “Alt lite” stone is firmly established the next month.
But keep in mind that like Trump’s the Altright is also a steppingstone, not a destination. At the conservative Texan university Spencer did not speak about the Jewish question, and when questioned by the media he cucked about Hitler (here and here). That is fine as long as we understand that the Altright is a steppingstone on the Rubicon.
I may have been a little inpatient with my previous post. Maybe Spencer’s way is the natural, step-by-step pace for a normie audience to cross the river. But that the Altright is not a destination can be glimpsed in the following exchange between Spencer and a female student:
Spencer: The word racist is a fake word. No one identifies with the word racist. It is a way to shut down speech.
Black student: Do you think that white people are superior? Do you think that you are better than I do? Are we equal?
Spencer: There is not ultimate objective standard whereby I say this race is cosmically better than the other one. [YouTube clip: here]
Really? Compare the Altright with one of my opening articles of the forthcoming 2017, very revised edition of The Fair Race’s Darkest Hour where National Socialism is presented as the other side of the river.