Fake Right confirmed again

Milo completes the public dismantling of a Fake Right lunatic:

The first half of the video is a clip from a recent podcast appearance on YouTube, during which Spencer disavows the new dissident right, specifically criticizing the blossoming Christian revival among many young American conservatives.

Then, during the audio portion of the video, the National Policy Institute founder vows to return to the town to cause further disruptions. “We are coming back here like a fucking hundred times,” Spencer is heard screaming. “I am so mad. I am so fucking mad at these people. I am coming back here every fucking weekend if I have to.”

He goes on: “Like this is never over. I win. They fucking lose. That’s how the world fucking works.” Warming to his theme, Spencer continues his rant with the words: “I rule the fucking world. Those pieces of shit get ruled by people like me.”

Apparently referring to Jews and African-Americans, Spencer concludes: “They look up and see a face like mine looking down at them. That’s how the fucking world works. We are going to destroy this fucking town.”

Spencer, who advocates for “peaceful ethnic cleansing” of the United States, is widely rumored among journalists to be a Central Intelligence Agency asset. He has received lavish profiles and glamorizing coverage in major mainstream publications including The Atlantic, Mother Jones, New York magazine, Slate, POLITICO, The Washington Post, GQ, Business Insider, the New Yorker, Pacific Standard, the Guardian and CNN.

Along with former Grand Wizard of the KKK, David Duke, Richard Spencer remains active on social media, including Twitter. Spencer was invited to appear on CNN in July. Meanwhile, center-right conservatives such as Gavin McInnes, Roger Stone and Laura Loomer remain on media blacklists and banned from all major social networks and payment platforms.

There is no genuine Right without Christianity because there is no Western civilization without Christianity. Remember that. A hostility to Christianity is a reliable tell.

Also, to the best of my knowledge, Charlottesville is still standing. No one cares any more what Richard Spencer thinks, says, or does. At best, he’s just another crisis actor. At worst, he actually believes the nonsense he says.