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Alt Right Playing Cards And A New Movement
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June 09, 2016, 05:03 AM
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One of the great things about the Alt Right is the extraordinary creativity of those involved. All agree the Alt Right has the dankest memes, but it's now developing a a host of independent projects as it grows into a bona fide subculture. The newest are "Trump Playing Cards" featuring a host of characters... including our own Peter Brimelow!

You can make sure you get your own deck and donate towards the project here - Trump Playing Cards - ft. Milo, Tila Tequila, and more!

These kinds of things matter because they are entirely independent. In many ways, the Beltway Right is just one giant astroturf operation. Huge donors shovel money at mediocre scribblers styling themselves as "intellectuals." But few of these supposed thought leaders have anything relevant or intelligent to say about what's actually going on in the country. The most incisive and penetrating analysts, including Brimelow, Joe Sobran, Mark Steyn, John Derbyshire and others, always end up purged.

I mean, does someone like Jay Nordlinger actually have anything to contribute to a conversation about, well, anything? You can actually feel your IQ plummeting as you labor through his juvenile prose.

Donald Trump has exposed these shills for the frauds that they are. They have no connection to the Republican base, nothing to say in their constituency's defense, and when pressed, these noodle armed cucks actually admit their hatred for those (overwhelmingly White) voters which keep the GOP in business. But they still have all the money and the media exposure, so we can't pretend they don't exist.

The Alt Right is a shoestring operation. (Please give generously!) But projects like the Trump Playing Cards are important because they show relatively small amounts of money from a collection of independent donors can have a big impact when it comes to building a subculture and a movement. So buy a deck and give if you can.