Honestly, I did not care much for the Milo-Allum piece. I like a lot of both men's writing, including this new Allum piece. There were positives in it. I found it cool that the Unz crew was thrown in there because how much of us are even thinking this way because of Mr. Steve Sailer. If Allum and Milo were auditioning for a "Vox.com for the Right Wing", it was a fantastic piece because it showed the thirst out there that the AltRight represents as an expression that is suppressed by mainstream media. It was spin, and it was entertaining to read, but anyone else get that weird vibe that the Ramzpaul "the altright is just a bunch of funny kids who are crazy and wild and free like the hippies used to be" spin was the pitch? It seemed another way of saying the Left can let the mask slip and revel in the destruction of whites/Christians/families, but these AltRight kids just are joking around when they return the favor.
I've written before on the differences of NRx/AltRight and the two being kind of like cousins. Nick Land has as well with an even newer entry that I recommend people read. I disagree on the asabiyyah point, but his words on demand management and robotics are things no one else is discussing for game changers. I'd add VR is going to destroy entire sectors of services. Who will ever need therapy if they have VR to escape to and work out issues? Who is going to do outdoor activities that require waiver sign-offs? People use heroin to escape reality now, VR is going to offer the same but without physical risks. Moldbug's Virtual Option will most likely be enacted... and people will sign up willingly. A God-Emperor or Queen in every headset.
Altright is more a movement while NRx is now more like a small strategic organization. Be careful of entryists and people wanting to rush to the head of the parade. Both Altright/NRx see similar problems (issues and groups) but maintain very different organizations, goals, structure as well as strategy. We all want to see the existing progressive regime replaced. We can work on that together, and then split up the spoils. Decentralization is a strength of the AltRight. Better to keep it that way than to let interlopers dilute the ideas within it just for attention.
Can I ask one favor, and it is not for me, but can one of these people writing on the AltRight cite Heartiste? Honestly, that guy has been an anchor, an island or whatever you want to use for what has become the AltRight. Give him his due.
Last week I wrote on the faulty assumptions that are at the foundation of the American Empire. Weimerica Weekly was an answer to a sponsor's question about when the hub-bub over blacks and the Oscars started. I found organized hub-bub as early as 1996.
This week I tackle the fact that our cities have reached a new low in dealing with crime. They'll literally pay for it, and far worse.