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After Hillary puts them in the spotlight, Nazis Nazi-splain the alt-right on Twitter

The alt-right offers a powerful rebuttal of Hillary's speech
The alt-right offers a powerful rebuttal of Hillary’s speech

The alt-right celebrated Hillary Clinton’s speech yesterday on the alt-right by posting a host of memes on Twitter purporting to explain what #AltRightMeans.

So for today’s episode of Memeday, let’s look at this unique self-portrait of and by some of the worst people on planet earth.

According to them, alt-right means:

Pepe with a gun:

https://twitter.com/IndefiniteNull/status/769186449371435008

Multiple Pepes with multiple guns:

Blatant anti-Semitism:

https://twitter.com/shitbiscuit/status/769165555546910720

Blatant anti-Semitism:that is also … anti-Christianism?

Appropriating Don Draper for your crappy racist memes:

https://twitter.com/WhitePrivy/status/768666680276967424

I can only assume Fionn here never actually watched Mad Men, because Don Draper would have reacted to all this Nazi gibberish with, well, you know:

What??
What??

Or possibly this:

He can't even
He can’t even

Proudly boasting of your complete lack of shame:

https://twitter.com/JohnRiversToo/status/768813527066824706

Making very clear that yes, you are the baddies:

Islamophobic fearmongering:

https://twitter.com/cristinalaila1/status/768845708875014144?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

Nazis complaining about the word “Nazi” being oppressive to Nazis:

Nazi-splaining “white genocide.”

Attacking Michelle Obama for … eating?

https://twitter.com/JoeHNewYork/status/769202813603807232

Celebrating diversity, white supremacist-style:

https://twitter.com/_AltRight_/status/768816331441352704

Posting pictures of cats?

Posting pics of cats, and also some white ladies:

https://twitter.com/whitewolfgeist/status/768659904403869696

Posting more white ladies:

https://twitter.com/_Identitarian_/status/769189751609958404

https://twitter.com/emastiffs/status/769193764061454336

Weird mystical Fascist crap, plus castles:

https://twitter.com/whitewolfgeist/status/768658737095598080

Whatever is going on in this picture. Which actually looks sort of delicious.

BRB, joining the alt-right.

More on Hillary’s speech and the alt-right tomorrow, probably.

NOTE: In case it wasn’t obvious, that last tweet from Wolf (@boissongazeuse) with the dawgie in it is a joke; the guy who posted it is not actually a Nazi.

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Falconer
Falconer
4 years ago

@Axecalibur: Oh, someone beat me to it. That’s what I get for not reading all the comments.

EDIT: Oh fuck, it’s in the middle of David’s last post.

In my defense, I’ve been knackering myself with Pokemon Go.

(((VioletBeauregarde))): Social Justice Necromancer
(((VioletBeauregarde))): Social Justice Necromancer
4 years ago

Nazis. I hate these guys.

Indiana Jones?

Of course we all hate Nazis but Indiana Jones popped into my head when I read that.

Peregrine
Peregrine
4 years ago

Shouldn’t people who claim to champion freedom of speech also champion “shaming?” Why are you allowed to say sexist, racist, or homophobic bullshit but I’m not allowed to call you on it? How does verbal criticism silence you? It’s just ironic how the people who disdain sensitivity are this sensitive.

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
4 years ago

@Alan

Our working hypothesis is that originally there were only streets…

Clever

@Falconer

Oh fuck, it’s in the middle of David’s last post

Teehee!

Grace
Grace
4 years ago

I’m not sure why Professor Stockphoto up there is going on about race in front of a chalkboard full of differential equations. That could be an interesting class. (Or maybe he just forgot to erase the last lecturer’s notes, I suppose.)

Sinkable John : Pansy Ass Pinko
Sinkable John : Pansy Ass Pinko
4 years ago

@Grace

Probably because they also hate math. ’cause, y’know, it involves logic.

On a somewhat related note, can anyone explain to me how come the only troll who didn’t get the memo that the roof is on fire, also happens to be one of the most excruciatingly tedious, AND is the one on the other thread ? Getting tired of that guy.

msexceptiontotherule
msexceptiontotherule
4 years ago

Won’t someone think of that poor pug?! Pugs are not for eating! 😛

Weatherwax
Weatherwax
4 years ago

@msexceptiontotherule

Knowing the dogs in my life, I wouldn’t be surprised if the pug insinuated itself onto the table, ate the tasty food that was previously on the plate and then settled down to consider which plate to empty next. This was the moment of the photo.

Or have I overthought this?

ETA: I’ve given this more thought. Given the size of the pug and the table height, I’m hearing the Mission Impossible theme playing over the pug’s journey onto the table. Possibly coming down from the ceiling on a rope? Yes, definitely overthinking!

Weatherwax
Weatherwax
4 years ago

I’ve started to obsess over the food on that table now. It’s… eclectic. I see salad vegetables, pecan pie, charcuterie with crackers, pumpkin pie, potato salad and an assortment which defies description. The last plate screams “5 mins before the guests arrived, I panicked that there wasn’t enough food and emptied the contents of the fridge onto a plate”. Who hasn’t done that?

So I think the processed meat is the pug’s next target.

Sinkable John : Pansy Ass Pinko
Sinkable John : Pansy Ass Pinko
4 years ago

Re : pug

I think the person who posted that is actually trolling the alt-right. Can’t be sure but it seemed like it. If someone who’s better than me at reading twitter feeds (ie literally everyone) can take a look and confirm, that’d be great.

Thiazin red
Thiazin red
4 years ago

I applaud that pug’s self restraint. Any of the pets I’ve owned would have dove head first into that tray of cold cuts.

(So alt-right is coldcuts and crackers, crudite, pecan pie, pumpkin pie, a giant bowl of mashed potatoes, more cold cuts and crackers, and is that macaroni salad in the back?)

Kale
4 years ago

@dalilama oh sure. I meant, something like. how is the specific willing immigration theyre annoyed with “forced “. As someone said, “theyre forced to deal with it”

JoeB
JoeB
4 years ago
Weatherwax
Weatherwax
4 years ago

@ Thiazin Red

Cold cuts! Thank you! I knew there was a collective term but, as a vegetarian, it’s not uppermost in my mind and I just couldn’t recall it.

Also, you’re quite right, that’s mashed potato. I don’t think my British brain allowed me to see that as it would never occur to me to serve it with what else is on the table. Wacky cultural differences; where would we be without them?

Weatherwax
Weatherwax
4 years ago

@ Sinkable John

I think you’re right. I’m a novice at this but their feed isn’t a screed of awfulness, plus there’s this from Aug 23:

“When is the straw man that tolerance means “putting up with literally anything without a fight” going away? It’s lasted soooo long”

ETA Also on Aug 21 they retweeted a sign in a shop saying there was a surcharge for anyone wearing Trump propaganda, with no negative comment attached.

Kat
Kat
4 years ago

Hey, alt-right, who will protect white women and our children from you?

Weatherwax
Weatherwax
4 years ago

Sorry for not sharing screen grabs or what have you. I haven’t worked out the tech quite yet, despite the useful how-tos I’ve seen here.

ETA Plus their name is French for “fizzy drink” which is not the kind of name I’d expect.

JoeB
JoeB
4 years ago

Best one I’ve seen making fun of the tag

@SJWsnoke Aug 25
#AltRightMeans having to make the tough decisions.comment image

https://twitter.com/SJWsnoke/status/768811741807423488

Falconer
Falconer
4 years ago
AsAboveSoBelow
AsAboveSoBelow
4 years ago

@Violet Beauregarde: That’s what I thought of, too.

Weatherwax
Weatherwax
4 years ago

@Falconer

Yes! Thank you!

I think there was a dog food ad a few years ago in the UK which inspired me. Dogs were working collaboratively to break into a vault containing said food, involving the Tom Cruise move. But I think it was a Jack Russell rather than a pug, and I don’t know if the music was used.

Still, hamsters would be better.

Falconer
Falconer
4 years ago

All these Nazis remind me.

Took a call today at work from a guy who had inherited an original German edition of “Adolf Hitler’s autobiography,” taken by his grandfather “off of Hitler’s own shelf in his Eagle’s Nest near Munich,” and which, he asserted, the Smithsonian would value at a minimum $18,000.

He was unhappy ’cause the pawn shop where he’d hocked the thing had lost it.

Good.

Kat
Kat
4 years ago

@Alan Robertshaw

Consider Road names. When we say, for example, Oxford Street we put the stress on the first word, but when we say Park Avenue we put the stress on the second word.

Anyone know why that is?


It all started with Della Street . . .

Something I’ve been pondering for years now is how we know that a proper noun (for example, Della Street of Perry Mason fame) is a person’s name and not the name of a roadway is the emphasis:

Della Street
vs.
Della Street

By the way, have you ever noticed that many of the names in the Perry Mason books and TV series are also nouns?

Perry Mason
Della Street
Hamilton Burger
Paul Drake
Lieutenant Steve Drumm
Gertie Glade (My favorite character — she’s the receptionist who’s always filing her nails)

It’s good that I have something to occupy my mind while I’m doing dishes and such.

Sinkable John : Pansy Ass Pinko
Sinkable John : Pansy Ass Pinko
4 years ago

@Weatherwax

Yep those two tweets are the reason I was thinking they were trolling the alt-right. The sign in the shop also had a mention from the original tweet, “I love my town” so the original at least definitely wasn’t a Trumpet. Thanks for looking into it.

Rabukurafuto
Rabukurafuto
4 years ago

Speaking of explaining the alt-right, a few days back Vox Day gave it a go, trying somewhat harder than the Tweets above. It’s the usual alt-right dross, but a few things leaped out at me.

The Alt Right is scientodific. It presumptively accepts the current conclusions of the scientific method (scientody), while understanding a) these conclusions are liable to future revision, b) that scientistry is susceptible to corruption, and c) that the so-called scientific consensus is not based on scientody, but democracy, and is therefore intrinsically unscientific.

Vox Day: A creationist who demonstrates his scientific prowess by pulling words out of his ass.

The Alt Right doesn’t care what you think of it.

This is a movement that begins screaming incoherently over any and all criticism, then starts jabbering about free speech and censorship.

The Alt Right believes we must secure the existence of white people and a future for white children.

There’s nothing classier than paraphrasing a terrorist (in turn paraphrasing Mein Kampf).

The Alt Right is a philosophy that values peace among the various nations of the world and opposes wars to impose the values of one nation upon another as well as efforts to exterminate individual nations through war, genocide, immigration, or genetic assimilation.

Aw, Vox only wants peace! Any race wars are the fault of those damn multicuturalists because “diversity + proximity = war!” Vox said it, so of course it’s true!

Remember though, this is only a work in progress! I’m sure Vox can improve it immensely over time!

Weatherwax
Weatherwax
4 years ago

@Falconer

(Minor spoilers for a Justified episode ahead)

One of my favourite episodes involves a guy whose hobby is buying Hitler’s paintings, and repeatedly offers to show his collection to our hero. Our hero, unsurprisingly, judges him. Near the end of the episode, he gives in and goes to see the collection. Which is a room full of jars, each containing a pile of ash.

A propos of nothing, the collector is played by Robert Picardo (aka the Doctor in Star Trek Voyager, and stalwart of many scifi programmes since).

Dove
Dove
4 years ago

Nope.

Noooooooope.

I am doing the responsible thing and not looking at my Twitter. Nope. Bye! See you in a decade! Or ten!

Mish
Mish
4 years ago

I started off thinking these memes would be utterly horrible, but they’re feckin’ hilarious. My special favourite is the ‘Professor’: alt-righters always get the “race as a social construct” idea so spectacularly wrong. It’s Sociology 101, FFS. And as Grace already noted, that’s maths on the board behind him. Plus, those students look school-aged to me.
Also, I can’t be sure, but the pic on John Rivers’ tweet looks an awful lot like a re-labelled asdf cartoon. I don’t think that TomSka would appreciate that.

Ray of Rays
Ray of Rays
4 years ago

@JoeB

Then we really need conclusive proof. Before Trump continues to campaign, he needs to play in a football game (preferably something either high-impact, like a center, or high-motion, like a running back), charge up a hill on horseback, and take a fifty-mile overnight hike through a mountain range.

If not, the next time he visits Rushmore, the reanimated stone head of Teddy Roosevelt will headbutt him through the bedrock while screaming something about bull moose.

Neremanth
Neremanth
4 years ago

Is it just me, or does the woman in the top right of Reinhard Wolff’s montage look rather non-White? It would amuse me greatly to think he(?) hadn’t noticed he was praising the beauty of someone with non-European heritage whilst being all white-supremacisty.

___________

The Alt Right is scientodific. It presumptively accepts the current conclusions of the scientific method (scientody), while understanding a) these conclusions are liable to future revision, b) that scientistry is susceptible to corruption, and c) that the so-called scientific consensus is not based on scientody, but democracy, and is therefore intrinsically unscientific.

What the hell did I just read?

It presumptively accepts the current conclusions of the scientific method (scientody)

Ok, good, that’s a good thing to do; and the definition of the newly invented word “scientody” is noted as “accepting the current conclusions of the scientific method”…

while understanding a) these conclusions are liable to future revision

… yes, still doing well, this is an important point (although we should be aware that it’s not like all scientific conclusions are being changed all the time in a maelstrom of flux: yes, any scientific conclusion could be revised at some later point, but most stay unaltered for a very long time and when they do get changed are expanded or adjusted slightly rather than undergoing dramatic revision)…

b) that scientistry is susceptible to corruption

… ok, we don’t seem to have a definition for “scientistry” but I’m going to assume it means “the process of doing science”. Yes, that can happen – this is why we have peer review, ethics frameworks, and mandatory reporting of conflicts of interest. And why it’s important to read journal articles critically (particularly if you are the one doing the peer review!). So, ok, good to keep in mind; but since people are aware of the danger and have put these safeguards in place, in practice corruption doesn’t make it through to very many peer reviewed articles, and (given that it would require corruption on the part of a large majority of scientists) I’m pretty sure the scientific consensus is extremely rarely or never significantly influenced by corruption…

and c) that the so-called scientific consensus is not based on scientody, but democracy, and is therefore intrinsically unscientific

Wait, what? Where’s that definition of “scientody” again… ah, there it is. So what you*’re saying here is “the so-called scientific consensus is not based on accepting the current conclusions of the scientific method, but democracy”. The “current conclusions of the scientific method” are not the “so-called scientific consensus”? The majority of the results of a bunch of journal articles looking into a particular research question showed one thing, but the scientific community decided to put it up to a vote what their official answer to the question would be, and most of them kind of liked a different answer so that’s what they went with? And no-one said “Hang on, eminent and well-respected researchers, you’re saying the answer to this question is A, but all the research seems to indicate it’s B, what’s up with that?” What?

(I mean, I know the alt-right believe that anthropogenic global warming, for example, is some kind of conspiracy, but I thought they were claiming there’s no evidence to suggest it’s happening, or that the evidence is mixed with some studies suggesting it is and others that it isn’t – not that the majority of published studies suggest it isn’t and scientists have somehow been able to disregard this in coming to their consensus.)

*by which of course I mean Vox Day

numerobis
numerobis
4 years ago

Regarding diversity of eye color: a teacher of mine growing up was just back from a year in Iceland. She mentioned her kids had faced some discrimination for having brown eyes — which in her mind proved racism to be a bullshit construct.

The story made rather an impression upon me.

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
4 years ago

@neremanth

Is it just me, or does the woman in the top right of Reinhard Wolff’s montage look rather non-White?

Reverse image search says Finnish or Ukrainian. Tho some of that is from ‘pro white’ sites claiming her, so who knows…

numerobis
numerobis
4 years ago

@neremanth: the denier’s stance is a quantum superposition of the statements: “it’s not happening” and “it’s obvious and/or natural.”

This goes for the original thing being denied, for the existence of consensus regarding the thing being denied, and in the case that you collapse the wave into the statement of acknowledgment that the thing is actually true, you see the same about whether it’s a problem.

Example: global warming isn’t happening AND is a natural cycle. 97% of papers are written agree with global warming so why even bother counting abstract, it’s obvious AND the 97% figure has been thoroughly debunked. Global warming is happening but it’s a net positive AND there’s much more important problems (which implies it’s s problem).

The same works with smoking, lead, asbestos, harassment, rape culture, …

Catalpa
Catalpa
4 years ago

Neoreactionary Cat knows that the opposite of quality is “equality”

That makes no fucking sense, purely from a linguistic viewpoint. I’m pretty sure that “e-” has never been used as a negating/opposite prefix for any English word. “A” is the letter that does that (atheist, agender, asexual, etc). Or alternatively, “un-” or “dis-” or “in/im-“. (Though in is sometimes a bastard. Damn you, inflammable!)

E- as a prefix is generally used to indicate that something is functioning or stored electronically. Email, ereaders, e-commerce, etc. So “equality” would mean “online/electronic quality” or even “futuristic quality”.

Also, I’m not sure about “e-” on its own, but I know that “em-” is generally used as a preffix meaning “to cause” (e.g. embolden). So if equality can be argued to be a corruption of “emquality”, then the word would mean “to cause quality”. (Yes this is a silly argument indeed, but it makes more sense than the “e-” is a negating prefix and therefore equality is the opposite/absence of quality!” bullshit. Pretty sure the e in equality ain’t a prefix.)

/not a etymologist or linguist

Redsilkphoenix
Redsilkphoenix
4 years ago

This thread reminds me of two old jokes I heard a long time back:

If the opposite of pro is con, the what’s the opposite of Progress?

(Congress).

Canadian version of that joke is that when they swapped out the bird on their dollar coins with their House of Parliment, they essentially replaced the picture of the loon with a picture of the loony bin.

I’ll see myself out….

Grogepi
Grogepi
4 years ago

But wait… Isn’t Trump backing of from his anti-immigrant stance?

The alt-right! When reality is just to cumbersome.

(Incidentally, Hillary Clinton was head of the state department in the administration that deported the most immigrants. Food for thought.)

jenninsb
jenninsb
4 years ago

Vox Day: A creationist who demonstrates his scientific prowess by pulling words out of his ass.

I actually went out to google, to find out if there were all these different distinctions from science. There are not.

Nikki the Bluth Wannabe
Nikki the Bluth Wannabe
4 years ago

I feel sorry for the Pug in the last photo for the fact that he’s being used as an alt-right illustration, but on the other hand, he might get to eat a bunch of cold cuts.

Neremanth
Neremanth
4 years ago

@Axecalibur

Ah well, fair enough. Thanks for investigating!

(Btw, the moment has passed for me to say it there, but I really enjoyed your summary categorisations of Trump’s misdeeds in the Worst Things Trump’s Ever Done thread.)

Ooglyboggles
4 years ago

The reactionary group really should start doing what freep does whenever their candidate is primed to lose and pull a million reasons of RINO. Otherwise I really don’t think they can handle the idea that an opportunity like this will probably never come again.
@Neremanth
Seconding this sentiment, that list gave me a joy purely from an “okay it’s all sorted out” sense.

rrh
rrh
4 years ago

RE: the “they have organizations. Why can’t we?” I recently was doing a bit about the “all lives matter.” Maybe also related to the “equality” meme with the kids standing on boxes looking over a fence.

But anyway, it’s that someone sees “black lives matter” and decides that it’s completely unfair to focus on black lives when obviously all lives matter. But BLM’s focus on black lives is meant to address an existing unfairness in how the police treat black lives. So if you respond to this with the idea that the greatest injustice that must be addressed right now is that BLM isn’t equally focused on all lives, then you’re kind of denying the existence or importance of the unfairness that BLM is meant to address.

So similar things with people very concerned about White History Month or who say they aren’t feminist, they’re egalitarian. Or the concern about having organizations. They want equal organizations but ignore the inequality that made these organizations exist in the first place.

skybison
skybison
4 years ago

Conspiracy Theory:

All these alt-right memes were created by the Jews to make the Alt-Right look stupid. Ditto for Donald Trump, Vox Day and all the other horrible idiots that lead the movement, they’re just Jewish double agents trying to discredit the bigots to make sure they don’t come to power again.

If you look at Hillary’s poll numbers it seems to be working. Thank God.

Handsome "These Pretzels Suck" Jack (formerly Pandapool)

All these alt-right memes were created by the Jews to make the Alt-Right look stupid. Ditto for Donald Trump, Vox Day and all the other horrible idiots that lead the movement, they’re just Jewish double agents trying to discredit the bigots to make sure they don’t come to power again.

http://gifrific.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Chris-Farley-Sunglasses-Flip-Shock.gif

Podkayne Lives
Podkayne Lives
4 years ago

Regarding diversity of eye color: a teacher of mine growing up was just back from a year in Iceland. She mentioned her kids had faced some discrimination for having brown eyes — which in her mind proved racism to be a bullshit construct.

My eyes are deep brown. No one has ever, that I’ve noticed, been biased against me over them, but I did once go to an optometrist in a small town in Ireland who was fascinated with how dark they are, and rather challenged by how similar the color of the iris was to the pupil. She commented on how ‘unusual’ my eyes were several times. They are the exact color, of, I think, the eyes of maybe seventy or eighty percent of the total world population. It was sort of novel to be exotic.

All these alt-right memes were created by the Jews to make the Alt-Right look stupid. Ditto for Donald Trump, Vox Day and all the other horrible idiots that lead the movement, they’re just Jewish double agents trying to discredit the bigots to make sure they don’t come to power again.

You’re welcome, comrade.

Ooglyboggles
4 years ago

@Rabid Rabbit
Oh thank you Canadian newspress and managing editor to not be that guy who lets stuff like this slide, he went the extra mile and made this issue front and center, front page and all. Thank you Rabid Rabbit, that really made my night.

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
4 years ago

This is interesting and all, but I also had a productive day. We stapled 18 expired Slim Jims together into a long rope, then tried to make a miniature dachshund jump skiprope with it. The experiment was ultimately a failure, but that’s just how it is with science projects.

guest
guest
4 years ago

@Alan Well ‘street’, ‘avenue’, ‘road’, etc. all used to refer to specific things, though we pretty much ignore these distinctions now. I’m mentioning this because the other day I happened to read an article suggesting that ‘weg’ (way) originally implied a road with a steep grade, to give people using wheeled vehicles a heads-up as to what they were getting into. It was in this book, if anyone’s interested in place-name research:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Commodity-Good-Names-Margaret-Gelling/dp/1900289903

EJ (The Other One)
4 years ago

@IP:
That is clearly the most important experiment that’s been done this year. I absolutely love it.

Please tell me that you maintained a control using a normal dachshund skip-rope? Experiments need to be controlled, otherwise we learn nothing, and the dachshunds don’t get enough exercise.

@numerobis:
That’s a good point and well expressed.

I’ve always thought of that way of speaking as the Parable of the Jar, after the story wherein a man borrows a jar and is accused of breaking it. His defence is twofold: firstly it was broken when I got it, and secondly it was fine when I gave it back.

rugbyyogi
rugbyyogi
4 years ago

Milo was on BBC R4 the other day being interviewed by David Aaronovitch on The Briefing Room. Here’s the rundown on the show from Breitbart – obviously it’s a rather slanted description of how it went down, but it does contain a link to the actual show. http://www.breitbart.com/milo/2016/08/26/milo-bbcs-briefing-room-alt-right/

I know it’s a not a popular view around here, but I am a strong free speech advocate – we need speech protection because of the things we want to say about the alt-right as much as speech protection affords these liars and bozos a faux platform. It pains me that they say they’re protecting free speech even though what they’re really doing is trying to silence through bullying. They are no more advocates of liberty than I’m an advocate of drinking bleach.

Anyway, Milo was so self-contradictory and weaselly (sorry weasels!) – and dragged out the old trope about feminism being lies, etc. He both praised and scorned the section of the alt-right who study racial differences in intelligence (and gender) calling those who pursue this nerdy and sort of blamed them for all of the racism in the alt-right. Those guys are racist (while trying to deny they’re not – my ex is one of these people) but they ain’t the only ones in the alt-right. I wanted to send the link to Milo’s damnation of the race and intelligence “nerds” to my ex, but I didn’t think that would help personal matters much.

Anyway, Milo spoke such gibberish I just don’t understand how his followers can follow him and while David A tried to pin him down, I don’t think he did a great job – I think you might need special training to deal with these folk. But it’s good that this shit is getting exposed, I guess. Most people I know have never heard of Milo or the red pill or the MRA, but those I do (outside of my ex who loves this shit) are horrified.