The biggest snakes in the room were the number of Rupert Murdoch affiliated employee from the UK,USA and Australia that not just made up the speakers but also the attendees in the room along with the members of the the LNP IPA and Menzies Center. This is a nest of vipers united globally by a toxic and fascist media organisation run by Rupert Murdoch. (ODT)
As far as hiding snakes go Farage admitted to hiding “Asked if it (CPAC) is a nationalist movement, Mr Farage said he preferred the term “nationist”, given the ugly connotations of “nationalist”.
Nigel Farage won the largest burst of applause of the morning at a conservative political conference in Sydney on Saturday for describing Malcolm Turnbull as a “snake” who had “hijacked” the Liberal Party.
Mr Farage, leader of Britain’s Brexit Party and formerly leader of the UK Independence Party, was at the second day of the inaugural CPAC Australia, organised as the first local partnership of the powerful annual Conservative Political Conference in the United States. He said the event, set to return next year, was evidence that the broad conservative movement he represents was rising around the world.
Leaked chat logs revealed active military servicemen with ties to the extremist group Identity Evropa.
The concept of “white supremacy” is having a moment right now, and understandably so. White resentment, entitlement and bigotry never went away, but it is closer to the political mainstream now than it has been for decades.
The rhetoric of the likes of Donald Trump, Viktor Orbán, Steve Bannon and other figures in the ascendant populist right might not openly embrace “white power”, but there is no doubt that open white racists have been emboldened by them. Trump may have not wanted Richard Spencer (who coined the term “alt right”) to gleefully exclaim: “Hail Trump, hail our people, hail victory” just after the 2016 US election, but he was not particularly bothered by it either.
Bess Kalb, a writer for “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” especially took issue with Fausset’s insistence that Hovater is polite. For example, in the same sentence that Fausset describes Hovater as a Nazi sympathizer, he immediately calls him “polite and low-key.” When writing of Hovater as a self-described “social media villain” who occasionally appears on alt-right podcasts, Fausset adds that “his Midwestern manners would please anyone’s mother.”
A cache of documents obtained by BuzzFeed News reveals the truth about Steve Bannon’s alt-right “killing machine.”