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    Default Wherein us $PLC jewboy tards troll Brad Griffin

    Wherein us $PLC jewboy tards troll Brad Griffin

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    Those familiar with Occidental Dissent, the brainchild of the neo-Confederate League of the South’s (LOS) Bradley Dean Griffin, might be confused as to why an avowed “Southern Nationalist” blog has spent the past few months championing Donald Trump.

    Taking the views of the League –– a pro-secessionist organization –– at face value, it seems highly unlikely that any hardcore believer in their cause would go to bat for a presidential candidate, Republican or Democrat.

    Take a 2014 statement on the LOS website by president Michael Hill. “Now we in the League do not participate in National Elections; however we do not miss an opportunity to show how managed [sic] and corrupted the US electoral system is,” Hill said at the time.

    In spite of such high-minded sentiment, Griffin, who writes on his blog under the pen name Hunter Wallace, was an early rider of the Trump Train.

    It began somewhat slowly, with Griffin gloating over Trump’s assertion that Mexicans are “rapists” and “drug dealers,” and kept pace as the radical right’s ardor for Trump gained momentum. Frequent posts decried the segment of the GOP described by the Alt-Right as “cucks,” progressing to a series of posts titled “The Case For Trump” and a daily poll update titled “[T]he Horserace.”

    Throughout, Griffin has championed the bigoted, nativist, anti-immigrant sentiments Trump espoused on the campaign trail, usually peppering them with memes, buzzwords and film references popular on the Alt-Right, such as Immortan Joe from Mad Max: Fury Road and a plantation-themed version of Pepe the Frog.

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    League of the South founder Michael Hill, who recently touted group youth
    leaders Brad Griffin (left) and former South Carolina chairman Michael Cushmamzer
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    But Griffin’s ride with Trump seems to be coming to an end. His last poll update was on Oct. 6, just two days before a leaked video of Trump discussing sexually assaulting women was released. Although Griffin devoted a low-energy post to touting Trump’s performance in the second debate, his enthusiasm seems to have withered.

    The Occidental Dissent blog this week reads as someone arriving home to lick his wounds. One post warns of the impending short-lived rise in pro-secessionist and softer “rainbow” Confederate sentiment that would accompany a Clinton victory. Griffin claims this will devolve into apathy with nothing accomplished. Another bemoans the suspension of Alabama’s Supreme Court chief justice as a sign that participating in state elections is futile.

    Could it be that in spite of being a proud “Southern Nationalist,” Griffin saw in a Trump presidency some glimmer of hope for reconciliation with the federal government? Or that the haunting prospect of a Clinton victory in November proved so terrifying that he felt compelled to participate in American politics?

    These are plausible explanations, but unlikely for a spokesman of a neo-Confederate fringe group with such an ardent belief in the impending collapse of “the empire” that they have formed a paramilitary wing and begun actively encouraging members to hoard weapons, ammunition and supplies.

    Although Griffin himself isn’t much of an end-times prepper, and has used his blog to decry violent rhetoric, his embrace of Trump and the Alt-Right remains a recognizable tactic frequently deployed by the League to draw members to their cause.

    After all, Michael Hill and the League of the South are never ones to let a good crisis go to waste. The election of Barack Obama signaled an impending gun-grab, his re-election, the coronation of a totalitarian despot. In the wake of the Charleston shooting, the League agitated against the removal of the Confederate flag, from which they had previously distanced themselves. Target’s decision regarding bathrooms was a sign of God’s impending judgment against a corrupt nation. After Hillary Clinton denounced the Alt-Right, Michael Hill went as far as claiming his group was the “original Alt-Right” while speaking on the Rebel Yell podcast.

    Griffin has sought to portray himself as a Trump supporter so that when Trump fails, either to win the presidency or to live up to the alt-right’s expectations, he is there to offer an alternative.

    The turn has already happened, as forecast by Michael Hill’s recent post “An Appeal to Southerners.” “What will America’s demise leave for the rest of us?” Hill wrote. “More importantly, what will it leave for our children and grandchildren? If we keep ourselves tied to this rotting carcass, then our demise will be certain. Only poverty and despair await.”

    Compare this with a post by Griffin regarding Trump being caught on microphone discussing sexual assault. “I asked the wife what she thought about this. Her response was “so what”? How does that affect us and our family?” Griffin wrote. (Griffin is married to Renee Griffin, born Baum, the daughter of the Gordon Baum, who headed the white supremacist Council of Conservative Citizens until his death.)

    For Hill, Griffin, and the League, it doesn’t matter who wins the election. The next president will serve only to fuel Hill’s next fever dream about the overreach of federal power being used to provoke a war with China/Russia/Iran in order to institute martial law and round “white, Christian, southerners” into camps.

    In these fraught times, rest assured: whatever rabbit trail Hill runs down, Occidental Dissent will follow.



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    Yeah, I like Donald Trump, but I don’t think he can “Make America Great Again”



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    Quote Originally Posted by $PLC $taph

    “Those familiar with Occidental Dissent, the brainchild of the neo-Confederate League of the South’s (LOS) Bradley Dean Griffin, might be confused as to why an avowed “Southern Nationalist” blog has spent the past few months championing Donald Trump.

    Taking the views of the League –– a pro-secessionist organization –– at face value, it seems highly unlikely that any hardcore believer in their cause would go to bat for a presidential candidate, Republican or Democrat. …”
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    I admit it.

    I like Donald Trump. Even though he is a Yankee, I think he is great. I think he is having an enormously positive impact on American politics. I would prefer that he win, but if he loses, he will have still left us off better than we were before. I’m supporting Donald Trump because as far as I am concerned he is a win-win for us.

    Why would a Southern Nationalist support Donald Trump? For the same reasons that William Lowndes Yancey traveled across the North in 1860 proclaiming his love of the Union. From a Southern perspective, Donald Trump is the ultimate shit test. If Yankees can’t bring themselves to support Donald Trump, what does that say about them? Maybe it says they are unwilling or incapable of Making America Great Again or Taking Back America. If they can’t support the greatest man who has ever run for president in this country in our lifetimes, who can blame the South for wanting to secede from the Union?

    Unlike his fellow fire-eater Robert Barnwell Rhett, William Lowndes Yancey understood that Southerners loved the Union and would only reluctantly embrace secession. Yancey looked for polarizing issues that could split the Union and found one in Stephen Douglas’s position on squatter sovereignty. He used squatter sovereignty as a wedge issue to destroy the Democratic Party which had blocked secession in 1850.

    I think Donald Trump is our equivalent of squatter sovereignty. Either Donald Trump wins and mainstreams our views on a host of issues or he loses and destroys the Republican Party. What’s not to like? I think the Alt-Right had the right approach all along which was to support Trump as far along as he could go.

    And no, I don’t support hiding out in a bunker or going the vantard militia route. I’m going to be more successful as a pundit than as a doomsday prepper. If Trump loses, why not use it to organize and agitate for a BREXIT-style independence vote?

    Note: I’m not ready to write Trump off. I think a Trump victory is unlikely at this point, but we should wait until the polls settle. Regardless, I am voting for Trump and look forward to supporting his future endeavors. He took a great risk for us.

    One more thing: I am not really hostile to Northerners and Westerners. I think Donald Trump is a positive development for them. Generally speaking, I support the growth of nationalism and populism everywhere: in Europe, North America, Australia/New Zealand. I’m don’t support petty nationalism.




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