I’ve been featured on the ADL’s new hit list called From Alt Right to Alt Lite: Naming The Hate:
“Brad Griffin aka Hunter Wallace is the Alabama-based white supremacist behind the Occidental Dissent blog, which celebrates Southern nationalism and the alt right. Griffin has been active in the Council of Conservative Citizens and the League of the South, both traditional white supremacist groups. He is a regular contributor to Altright.com, the online publication run by Richard Spencer and Daniel Friberg. He has also proposed creating an “alt south,” an alt-right version of Southern nationalism that would try to attract a broader range of people who reject mainstream conservatism and embrace some of the tactics of the alt right. …”
I responded to the news with a big eye roll. I’m the pinnacle of “hate” in America? Okay, LOL. Will I be getting some kind of award in the mail?
At this point, I don’t care what the ADL or the media says about me. I don’t want to be “mainstream.” I know what I believe. The haters are going to hate and that is fine by me. I consider it a high honor to be so prominently featured on the ADL’s enemies list. The animus is mutual.
The Alt-Lite took the news a little bit harder. Mike Cernovich and Gavin McInnes spent the day calling the ADL a terrorist organization which was trying to destroy their lives. They thought it was outrageous to be branded as the Alt-Lite and associated with racists and white supremacists. After all their cucking, they are lumped in with the Alt-Right as a less interesting version of us.
Note: I was also informed on Twitter that I have a new SPLC “extremist files” profile. They actually call me “one of the white nationalist movement’s most cogent commentators of the past decade.” The worst thing the SPLC has to say about me is that my normie parents once thought I was crazy for celebrating the Crash of 2008. They didn’t understand my euphoria over the demise of Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers and the billions of dollars lost by (((Wall Street))).