Breitbart News’ senior political writer, Michael Patrick Leahy, has a message for the alt right.
“The alt-left is an outgrowth of the same racist, sexist, xenophobic, Islamophobic, and nativist ideologies that created the alt to begin with.
They were born to be racist, xenophobes, and xenophobics.
They’ve grown into a white nationalist movement that will inevitably expand as the global population is increasingly ethnically diverse and is subject to more global trade.”
The alt-righters’ agenda will expand as globalization expands, as technology allows them to expand their reach, and as we see more people of color in the mainstream, Leahy said.
The alt right is an echo of the rise that occurred in the United States in the 1970s and 1980s, when the Ku Klux Klan and white supremacist groups formed in a more traditional American way.
The Ku Klux was founded in 1865, while the white supremacist movement was born in the late 1960s.
In the 1980s and 1990s, the alt left began to emerge as a movement that focused on racial and ethnic conflict, gender, class, and economic inequality, Leahys comments show.
Leahy explains: “The Alt Right emerged in a time when the white working class, as the backbone of the Republican Party, was increasingly marginalizing itself.
It was a time of the ‘war on whites,’ a time that was often characterized by the threat of nuclear annihilation and the loss of civil liberties.
It emerged from that moment of marginalization.
In doing so, it came to understand that its future lay in a world in which all racial and racial minorities could be politically and economically integrated.”
Leahy’s words come from a new book, “The Rise of the Alt-Right: How the Alt Right’s Racial Bias and White Nationalism Have Rebranded America,” which is being published by New America.
The book describes the alt movement as a phenomenon that grew out of the “white supremacist resurgence of the 1970, 1980s,” and the “post-9/11 world.”
Leahys piece includes the following: “Alt-right is a revival of a racist and misogynistic movement that grew in the 1980-90s in response to the civil rights and civil liberties movements of the 1960s and 1970s.
Alt-right believes that the civil liberties movement of the sixties, 1970s, and 1980-88 was primarily a response to social problems such as mass incarceration, racial injustice, and the erosion of racial and economic equality.
Alt right rejects the legitimacy of the civil-rights movement, and rejects its legitimacy as a response against white supremacy.”
The term “alt-right” is used by Leahys to describe the alt wing.
“Alt right is a term coined by the alt, a movement of white supremacists, in response, in part, to the rise in the number of nonwhite, non-hetero-normative, and non-male participants in the movement.
Alt, in its original meaning, meant ‘not white,’ ‘not male,’ or ‘not American,’ as well as a white person, a white male, or a white supremacist.
It has become increasingly common to use the term ‘alt-left’ to describe a subset of the movement, which includes both liberals and left-wing activists, who use the label to describe those who are critical of the political and economic system they call ‘liberalism.'”
Leahys description of the term “Alt Right” includes the phrase “alt,” which he describes as “a term coined from the alt meaning ‘not White.'”
The alt, he explains, is a movement in which white supremacists and other white supremacists believe that the political system is not racist, but that it is fundamentally flawed, and therefore the only way to maintain white supremacy and power is to continue to oppress and oppress others.
“For example, the Alt right sees white people as inherently racist, and it sees whites as inherently oppressed, and that whites are a ‘savage people’ that must be ‘beaten down’ or ‘pummeled down’ in order to achieve the status quo.
The Alt right is also deeply suspicious of the legitimacy and efficacy of the institutions of government, such as the federal government and the political parties.
The political parties are the most important institutions of the system of white supremacy, and these institutions are in fact corrupt, undemocratic, and ultimately corrupt.”
Leahies article discusses the rise and evolution of the so-called alt right, its members, and its beliefs.
He notes that the alt has grown out of a movement known as the “alt right,” a term that he defines as a “racist, sexist ideology that seeks to preserve white supremacy while at the same time building an increasingly diverse and multicultural society.”
He notes, “It is a phenomenon whose roots go back to the southerners who were the first white supremacists in the American Civil War.
They came to the South and fought alongside Confederate officers, many of whom