The rise of the AltRight

The call to the rally to unite the right marks a new era. It will show how committed the right is. Using good rhetorics with the truth it became the dominant ideology on the Internet. It is now time to go live and spread to the word in a peaceful manner in the real world. Libtards are giggling like chickens before being beheaded. After all, their only response is censorship. It is emotional and instinctive, whilst their argument limited to labeling their opponents. The big ideology shift nowadays makes the left tremble. Hence they fire everywhere, shooting down as well altLite figures like Sargon of Akkad or Lauren Southern, or even sometimes open leftist like Dave Rubin.

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Unfortunately, this rally is only possible in the USA where the constitution protects the rights of individuals. On the contrary, Europe is muzzled, as the constitution protects the people in power,not the individuals. Such event is not conceivable unless you wanna end up in jail or beaten up by the police. At least for the moment.

Therefore, measuring the size of the right wing power in Europe is necessary to make people understand that they are not alone. Beyond any number, yet, the new right wing is the only movement that can bring a new “New-Renaissance” to Europeans and Americans

On one hand the so called “extreme right” in Europe includes the alt-Right, the Alt-Lite, some cuckservatives and even lefties. On the other hand, many people vote for other political parties, fearing of being labelled “extremist”, fired or socially exiled. But recent elections are giving us a hint on how many people are fed up with the current system.

  • Britain UKIP scored 12.1, and voted last year for Brexit (slightly above 50%).
  • France 2017 elections gave 34.7% for Marine Le Pen.
  • Austria’s Freedom pary got 35% in 2016.
  • Belgium NVA and VB had together around 25% of the vote but it was in 2014.

A good approximation tells us that slightly more than a third of European voters are voting for real conservative parties. And that is not so bad, especially considering women, gays and immigrants.

Yet, these numbers have to be adjusted due to the abstentions (around 40%), the number of whites people left (around 80% and making it most of the abstention), and the ratios of vote between men and women (men make most of the abstention as women like voting to gargle their ego). Hence, roughly 17% of the population supports a right wing party. Or about 27% of white people, and 37 % of White men.

The alt-Right is surely a minority among this group, even if most of the people are sympathising. For example PEGIDA did a protest in Dresden Germany in 2016. Police expected 15000, 8000 showed up. If the police expected 1 in 4 activist to show up. It means around the region of Free state of Saxony, there are 25 thousands AltLite/AltRight activits. The “Extreme right” party AFD got 160 thousands votes in 2014. Adjusting for 2016, let’s round it up to 200 000 votes. It means around 12.5% of the Extreme right is under the umbrella of the Alt-Right/Alt-Lite. Giving 6% to the AltRight.

We can conclude that around 2 to 3% of European white men seem to be red pilled. But that is almost large enough! The threshold of population seems to be located at 3%. If we do stick together, authorities wont be able to stand against us. We are at a turning point in history…

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    • You’re point is valid. I wouldn’t put too much faith in any so called “extremist right” party. They are on the left of the AltLite for the most part. But the Alt Right remains inevitable. Each time reality stikes, it is like a hammer pushing batch of people to the right.

      But you are right. VB is the way to go. Only french speakers are not too welcome there I guess…

  1. Poland is A LOT higher than that. I have a home and spend 6 months a year here. We have some of the most hardcore right wingers on this planet. Full stop.

    • Indeed, Poland, just like Hungary has a lot of Nationalist. Don’t get me wrong, I am completely aware of the ratios of redpillers in Poland.

      But many of them care mostly about the fate of their country (which is also good) and don’t see the struggle of the White race.

      Also, most of the Anti-immigration movement is just anti-Islam. I met quiet a lot of Anti-muslims polish who told me “Blacks are ok, they are cool”. They are not. And I see tons of blacks, latinos and Indians hooking up with polish girls in Warsaw and Krakow.

      Again, don’t get me wrong. I am totally aware of the situation in Poland. And I believe Poland will have a major role in reestablishment of the peace, stability and prosperity in Europe. But among the extreme right, I see also a lot of “soft men”.

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