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What is “Globohomo?” A comprehensive guide to the alt-right’s new obsession, with tweets

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By David Futrelle

If you’ve spent any time arguing with right-wing trolls online, you’ve probably encountered the alt-right’s new favorite buzzword (that isn’t really a word): “globohomo.” And you may have found yourself wondering: What on earth is a globohomo, anyway, and why are right-wingers so mad about it?

The term has been floating about for several years now; I first encountered it way back in 2016 on the blog of everyone’s favorite racist pickup artist, Heartiste, and our old friend fiend Roosh V is fond of it as well. But it’s gained popularity in the last year or so, serving as a sort of catch-all replacement for the term “white genocide” for some of the people who, well, used to use the term “white genocide” all the time.

Ostensibly, “globohomo” is short for “global homogenization,” a an alleged vast conspiracy to destroy “traditional” culture and values and replace them with a sort of global (naturally) corporate uniculture.

But it’s rarely used in this way, at least not exactly. For those who’ve seized upon the term, “globo” means “globalist” and therefore Jews; while “homo” (the suffix) means, well, “homo” (the slur). (Some, evidently worried that “globohomo” isn’t gay-sounding enough, add “gayplex” to it — “globohomo gayplex.”)

And so “globohomo” has come to mean something like “the global homosexual/Jewish conspiracy to degenerate our culture up real good with drag queens and anal sex and possibly Ben Shapiro.”

If that definition seems a bit incoherently exapansive, that’s because the trolls who’ve embraced the term are using it as an all-purpose epithet. Perhaps the only way to truly define “globohomo” is to see how people (and I use that term lightly) are using it on, for example, Twitter.

Here are just a few of the things that right-wing trolls think are a part of the “globohomo” agenda.

Jews:

https://twitter.com/TaTaTylenol/status/1150472134252273665

Actual LGBTQ people:

https://twitter.com/volcelsupremacy/status/1097989252464267265
https://twitter.com/FaithGoldy/status/1152017856478863361

LGBTQ people “indoctrinating” children by existing:

https://twitter.com/RevNationaIism/status/1141004046771326983

Butt sex, literal and figurative:

Crossdressing:

https://twitter.com/sirmastergoodmn/status/1125653331433725952

Crossdressing in libraries, specifically

https://twitter.com/Ur_Kinist/status/1118504922461483008

Trans women:

Music videos:

https://twitter.com/FAnning4Life/status/1150885521700335618

The Cats movie trailer:

Netflix:

Walmart:

https://twitter.com/nnnGuyMartin/status/1139982073064673280

Mountain Dew:

https://twitter.com/SpiritOfStLindy/status/1145318098146340864

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization and/or “poopdick.”

https://twitter.com/einlit/status/1113078600822128641

Rainbow flags:

https://twitter.com/johnben_net/status/1136755438748393472

Soy (but of course):

Forced bug-eating?

https://twitter.com/RinascitaVitaYT/status/1147497062306631685

White genocide:

https://twitter.com/Ceromancyvisio1/status/1139763209450037248

Christian genocide:

https://twitter.com/Magician_Riga/status/1124290167831969792

Donald Trump?

Ivanka Trump:

Ben Shapiro!?

Jim Bowie
@jamesbowie4545
Replying to 
@BrandonMH1
Ben Shapiro is NOT alt right. He is far left. He supports globohomo, globalism, endless wars, political censorship etc. Shapiro = ANTIFA

And then there’s this. Apparently the evil Jews who run Globohomo really don’t like … Game Theory?

https://twitter.com/JustBader90/status/1144127577621225472

Any questions?

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Skye
Skye
1 year ago

What fatherhood means to them is to somehow get some woman unwillingly pregnant and then prevent her from terminating the pregnancy.

@Kimstu and then leave her to raise the child/children with no support (financial or otherwise)

Jenora Feuer
Jenora Feuer
1 year ago

Good lord, Faith Goldy. I still find it disturbing how she placed third in the popular vote in the last Toronto mayoral election. (Granted, third meant ‘first among the candidates that weren’t serious candidates’, getting 3% compared to 63% for the winner and 24% for the primary competitor. But that’s still 3% too high. At least that means that even Ford Nation mostly didn’t take her seriously.)

What will our enemies think? Any of our enemies who think less of us for actually allowing an inclusive military deserve to underestimate us as a result.

And I note she explicitly only talks about the men who serve.

Big Titty Demon
Big Titty Demon
1 year ago

@Moggie, Rabid Rabbit

Well that’s the weirdest anti-vegan ̶h̶a̶r̶a̶s̶s̶m̶e̶n̶t̶ protest I’ve ever seen. They’re not even trying to not look like assholes.

Naglfar
Naglfar
1 year ago

@Big Titty Demon
I’m pretty sure that’s the de facto mode of operation for harassers these days. Internet trolls know they’re assholes and are proud of it.

Ariblester
Ariblester
1 year ago

Naglfar wrote on
July 25, 2019 at 11:15 am:

@Ariblester

Your use of the words “hope”, “cope”, and “rope” inspired me to write a limerick about incels.

Took away their own hope

And couldn’t cope

They ranted online

Far from benign

And finally took to the rope

Yes, it’s awful, but it’s what came to mind.

Nicely done, but I can’t take credit for that. “Hope, cope, rope” is incel cant.

Naglfar
Naglfar
1 year ago

@Ariblester
I know. It’s just the way I saw them in what you wrote that inspired me. I won a bunch of poetry contests as a kid and I write the lyrics for a band I’m in, so I’d say I’m probably ok as a poet.

tim gueguen
1 year ago

You’d think Faith Goldy and friends would want more gays in the military, instead of valuable baby producing straight people putting their lives at risk. Of course part of that is because they think all gay people match the most ridiculous effeminate stereotype you could imagine. Gay people in the military will just make the Muslim conquest of the West more likely.

Ariblester
Ariblester
1 year ago

tim gueguen wrote on
July 25, 2019 at 9:48 pm:

You’d think Faith Goldy and friends would want more gays

Nope. Acknowledging the existence of gays in any way other than condemnation is a form of legitimization, and they definitely do not want that.

Naglfar
Naglfar
1 year ago

@tim gueguen, Ariblester

Homophobic right wing assholes: Everyone should serve in the military. War is great! Yay!
Also homophobic right wing assholes: Don’t let in gay people who want to serve. Only straight men, including some who don’t. Rather than letting gays in, let’s draft straight people who don’t want to serve.

I think every war the US has engaged in post-WWII was a mistake. Nobody has successfully convinced me otherwise. Mainly because militarists typically rely on argumentum ad shout-at-me-about-how-unpatriotic-I-am-if-I-don’t-support-every-war-and-the-troops. Not a very persuasive tactic.

Rabid Rabbit
Rabid Rabbit
1 year ago

What Faith Goldy has nightmares about:

Comrade GC
Comrade GC
1 year ago

Wait, WTF!?!? Go home Alt-right, you’re drunk.

ObSidJag
ObSidJag
1 year ago

@Rabid Rabbit:
Spot on! (and thanks 4 referencing 1 of my favorite Monty Python bits ever).

Btw, is your nym a reference to said rabbit of Holy Grail fame? If not, it should be.

Ariblester
Ariblester
1 year ago

Naglfar wrote on
July 26, 2019 at 7:00 am:

[…]

I think every war the US has engaged in post-WWII was a mistake. Nobody has successfully convinced me otherwise. Mainly because militarists typically rely on argumentum ad shout-at-me-about-how-unpatriotic-I-am-if-I-don’t-support-every-war-and-the-troops. Not a very persuasive tactic.

Even Korea? Not trying to start an argument, just interested in hearing your opinion of it.

Rabid Rabbit
Rabid Rabbit
1 year ago

@ObSidJag:

Not intentionally. I realized it could be read that way later, and saw no reason to change it in consequence.

@Ariblester:

In the long term, I think the most important consequence of the Korean War was that it firmly established that the US Army was subservient to the civilian government.

On the other hand, it’s a war that wasn’t really won, but (rather like Germany after WWI) also wasn’t clearly lost, which probably played a part in the US not realizing that you shouldn’t start a land war in Asia when Vietnam came around.

Naglfar
Naglfar
1 year ago

@Ariblester
I just think we had no business getting involved there, and there was no Congressional approval, so it was unconstitutional.