Satanism and Alt-Right

Certain facets of the Alt-Right heavily push the homosexual agenda onto their followers, although they like to pretend they don’t. Richard Spencer and Greg Johnson are the best examples of this, and while the gay Zionist Jew Milo Yiannopoulos may not be a member of the Alt-Right, he has been flirting with them. Moreover, many of these Alt-Righters are staunchly anti-Christianity. This seems to correspond with the aims of the secret societies ruling over the world. Their spiritual world view have been categorized by various different terms such as Satanism, Luciferianism, Transhumanism, or Dark Occultism. I don’t know which is the most accurate description, but I’ll use Satanism here for the sake of simplicity.

I do not think that the Jewish conspiracy is on the top of the pyramid, rather I  think they are high level managers of the system, not the creators nor controllers of it. But let make this clear; there is a Jewish conspiracy, and dismantling it is a significant part of fixing the problems we are facing in the world.

It should be obvious to anyone how the global Satanist establishment is pushing the LGBT-agenda onto everyone, and they’re also demonizing Christians. They seek to pervert anything decent and natural into a grotesque mockery of its former self, a lot like the Knights Templar did back in the Middle-Ages. The reason they hate Christians must be that certain Christians still hold onto something decent, and won’t willingly give it away, and also there is probably some profound spiritual truth to the Christian doctrine. I, like many others these days, am not a fan of Christianity, but I say that we should be able to distinguish between the man-made institutions of the church and the Christian community, and the stories recounted in the Bible. I do think that the stories in the Bible, or possibly older stories upon which the book is based, are based on significant truths, and in the course of history some individuals have managed to interpret them properly with beneficial effects, while many have misinterpreted them.

For this reason I believe it is important to distinguish between genuine criticism of Christianity and blatant attacks against it. Matt Parrott wrote on the Traditionalist Youth Network site that there is squabbling between Christians and “pagans” in the Alt-Right or similar spheres. He notes that “pagans” needed to be in quotation marks as these are not usually proper pagans, but rather people who use it as an excuse to attack Christianity.

I think that certain facets of the Alt-Right, not all, wittingly or unwittingly serve the Satanists’ agenda. On top of the homosexuality and anti-Christian sentiment, there are other instances where this may not be self-evident, but implied. A week ago or someone called Aylmer Fisher wrote an article on Richard Spencer’s Radix Journal titled “The Pro-Life Temptation” to promote abortion among the Alt-Right. Apparently “the pro-life position is clearly dysgenic”, since poor people, or “the least intelligent and responsible members of society” have the most abortions. I suppose one’s bank account correlates with their IQ and sense of responsibility then.

Fisher argues that “[t]he unborn fetus has no connection to anyone else in the community. If it is not even wanted by its own mother, criminalizing abortion means that the state must step in and say that the individual has rights as an individual, despite its lack of connection to any larger social group.” This sounds like a cold materialist view on life, and reminds of me of the feminist joke meme: “Your rights end where my feelings begin.” Since no-one feels any connection to the baby, it has no value. Fisher seems completely unconcerned by any spiritual implications, or that abortion is murder. The fetus would have developed into a human being, but was killed before it could happen. That is murder, maybe not murder of a human, but of a fetus, which is still a living and developing thing. And quite frankly, I think he only wants more death. He is not as concerned about the purity of his race than giving blood for his blood god.

Although criminalizing abortion wouldn’t stop women from having abortions, so in this sense I don’t think it should be criminalized, but it is still immoral.

Last year a bunch of people from the Satanic temple protested in favour of abortion. I just get the same vibe from Fisher’s article. I think they support abortion because it leads to more death.


A week ago or so, Andrew Anglin wrote on Daily Stormer how some Jews such as Milo Yiannopoulos are trying to infiltrate the Alt-Right. I agree with the general idea of the article, however, at one point Anglin highlights a strategy to direct attention away from the Jewish Question into the concept of “pathological altruism”, that the reason why the West is screwed up is not due to Jewish manipulation, but White people’s own innate empathy.  I think the “pathological altruism” or “narcissistic altruism” of the White man is a greater contributor to our problems than the Jews, but it’s not that both aren’t a factor. There is more than one reason usually when a relationship falls apart.

Anglin says that some people are trying to lead us away from “the corrosive Jewish parasite”. I am not going to disagree with his characterization of the Jew, however, if this is the case, and it’s certainly something that Europeans have believed for hundreds of years, it is not something the Germans discovered to their amazement in the 1930s, so why have Europeans welcomed these parasites to live among us? I see this as evidence that the immune system and common sense of the White man was compromised already before the Jews came to power.

Yet the main point I want to make is that Anglin sees the attempt to replace the Jewish Question with the “pathological altruism” as victim-blaming. This is the classic victim-mentality exhibited by pretty much everyone nowadays. The ultimate goal does not seem to be to strengthen the White man to fight off his oppressors and get rid of the parasites, but to pronounce to the world that we too are victims. We too can have our genocide, the White Genocide, so we can have a White Genocide industry to make money and gain moral kudos points. People should feel sorry for us as they feel for the Africans for slavery and Jews for the Holohoax. I’m sick and tired of this mentality.

What I think is the bottom line of this victim mentality is the classic problem-reaction-solution is this: You feel like a weak victim, you cry about it and then they are going to offer you a solution.


There is, apparently, this campaign in America by the Satanic church to protect children from abuse in school. Protecting children from abuse sounds good, but you should take a look who is offering the solution. What will the cost be? And who created the abuse in the first place?

This, I believe, is at the heart of the victimization we are seeing everywhere. I don’t think the ultimate goal is to genocide every last person of European descent, but to first weaken them physically, mentally and spiritually and then offer them the Faustian pact. Or perhaps that has already taken place and we simply seeing the results of it.

This, I think, is the goal of certain people in the Alt-Right. I don’t think Andrew Anglin is pushing this agenda deliberately, but still he is pushing the victim complex. Despite the bravado, the Alt-Right is best at pointing out how the White man is a victim too, and the solution seems to be homosexuality, or autotheism, worship of oneself through one’s race.



We’re Here. We’re Not Queer. Get Used To It.:

The Pro-Life Temptation:

The Satanic Temple interrupts pro-life national day of protest:

The Satanic Temple- Political Theatre Supports Planned Parenthood Against Pro-Life Day of Protest:

Can’t Kike the Alt-Right (With Questions for Milo Yiannopoulos):



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