I haven’t heard much lately from Vox Day.
He hasn’t been on my radar screen since he stormed off of Gab a few months ago. He is back though with a new post attacking the ‘Alt-Retard’ for its lack of ideological consistency:
“The Alt-Retards are not on our side. They are not our allies. They are our self-appointed enemies, by their positions, by their admissions and by their long and documented history of attacks on us.
It isn’t merely their economic views that justify their exclusion and our lack of support for them when their fellow lefties burn them. They are of the political Left in literally every way. They support the EU. They oppose nationalism. They are small-g globalists. They are often anti-Christian. …”
Who are Vox Day’s allies?
— Lucy Kelly (@lucyk6992) December 7, 2016
I always get a chuckle when people label Milo a white nationalist. It's a great little tool for weeding out those who really don't know a thing about him. I get not liking him or his rhetoric, but come on.
Hint: Here's Milo getting married: pic.twitter.com/OWAduSSDNz
— Dave Dillehay (@klkdave) January 4, 2018
— Mike Cernovich ?? (@Cernovich) January 23, 2018
Chelsea Manning at my D.C. apt during a get together: not sure what "intel" could have been collected aside from the fact that I always win at Cards Against Humanity. Also, not exactly sure why a non-journalist would be attempting "investigations". pic.twitter.com/8u0TFZUxxr
— Lucian B. Wintrich (@lucianwintrich) January 24, 2018
At this point, I mean one can only burst out laughing at Vox Day’s definition of the Right. In what sense on earth is this anything other than cultural liberalism?