Jail Laura Loomer

Laura Loomer, an Alt-Light “journalist” with The Rebel, rushed the stage during a showing of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar in Central Park on June 16, 2017, to juvenilely interrupt the play.  As the audience booed her for disrupting their evening, Loomer the Loser whined, “Stop the normalization of political violence against the Right.  This is unacceptable. * * * You guys are racist.”

Loomer’s conspirator, Jack Posobiec, then stood up and yelped at the audience, “You are all Goebbels.  You are all Nazis like Joseph Goebbels.”

Loomer and Posobiec apparently took offense to Julius Caesar—who is murdered in the play—being depicted as Donald Trump, and were compelled to interrupt it as a publicity stunt.  It is, however, asinine for Loomer and Posobiec to think that watching a Shakespearean play with a modern twist would induce someone to engage in violence.  (If watching a show proximately leads to violence, then Red Dawn should have resulted in the country being overrun by right-wing militiamen long ago.)

Loomer was arrested for trespass and disorderly conduct and taken to jail to be booked; no criminal charges have yet to be filed against Posobiec.

Following the incident, Loomer began soliciting donations to hire a criminal defense lawyer via WeSearchr.  On June 17, Loomer hypocritically announced on Twitter that she would attend a “free speech rally” on June 25 in front of the White House with Posobiec.  Loomer and Posobiec will be joined by Lucian Wintrich, who is currently defaming Richard Spencer by baselessly alleging that Spencer engages in sexually perverse activities and writing as such on Twitter by wrongfully discounting that defamation and false light are not privileged per the First Amendment and that false allegations of sexual misconduct are considered defamatory per se.

Loomer and Posobiec apparently suffer from the delusion that they enjoy a free speech right to interrupt a play by heckling during it.

Attorney Marc Randazza—who is arguably the foremost First Amendment litigator in the United States and who currently represents Andrew Anglin of The Daily Stormer in the federal lawsuit filed against him by attorneys of the Southern Poverty Law Center—opined on Twitter that Loomer and Posobiec enjoyed no free speech right to disrupt the play.

The performance of Julius Caesar that Loomer and Posobiec interrupted was not a public forum at which attendees were free to share their views about the production.  By interrupting the play, Loomer and Posobiec infringed upon the rights of the theatergoers and the theater.  These two clowns are no better than the Antifa thugs who try to shut down right-of-center events because they find them objectionable.

Political discourse is cheapened when hecklers interrupt the speech of others.  Instead of contributing to the marketplace of ideas, Loomer and Posobiec tried to shut it down.  Only disgust and contempt should be felt for their actions.

Loomer has taken to social media to relay that she has no remorse for what she has done.  Justice requires that she be punished severely to teach her a lesson about the need to act civilly—which most people learn by the time they complete Kindergarten.

Instead of #FreeLaura, it would be much more appropriate to #JailLaura.

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Andrew Anglin Retains Nation’s Top First Amendment Lawyer

Andrew Anglin has retained Attorney Marc Randazza of Randazza Legal Group to represent him in the lawsuit filed against him by Tanya Gersh—with the help of the Southern Poverty Law Center—at the United States District Court for the District of Montana.

Randazza is arguably the foremost First Amendment litigator in the United States, and he has significant experience with Internet tort law—especially concerning revenge pornography.

Randazza has been quoted and/or mentioned with Attorney Kyle Bristow—who is the executive director of the Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas, Inc.—in articles about revenge pornography:

Laird, Lorelei.  “Victims are taking on ‘revenge porn’ websites for posting photos they didn’t consent to.”  1 November 2013.

Hardin, Chet.  “The Face of Revenge Porn.”  9 January 2013.


Bennett, Mark.  “Revenge-Porn Civil Litigators (and Those Who Are Not).”  8 November 2016.

The Associated Press notes that Randazza specializes in free-speech cases.  Said Randazza in the AP article, "Everybody deserves to have their constitutional rights defended.  Nobody needs the First Amendment to protect Mr. Rogers.  That's not what it's there for."  Randazza further noted that the SPLC's complaint against Anglin "leaves room for disagreement" over whether Anglin did anything wrong.

It was Randazza and Attorney Jason Van Dyke who sponsored Bristow’s admission to practice law before the United States Supreme Court.

Morris Dees and Co. are screwed this time.  Freedom of speech now has a fighting chance in Montana, because the shmucks of the SPLC get to fight against a real lawyer.

If you have not already done so, do consider making a donation to Anglin's legal defense fund.

Anglin could not have hired a better lawyer.  Period.

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MAKE A TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATION TO FMI AND SPREAD THE WORD

The Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational corporation which exists “to educate the public about the freedoms guaranteed by the United States Constitution and people who and organizations which strive to usurp said freedoms.”

Since being founded on March 23, 2016, FMI has aggressively established itself as the sword and shield of the Alt-Right.  This has not been lost on the enemies of Western civilization; the leftist Southern Poverty Law Center decreed on its website that FMI “is growing quickly” and is “poised to become, in effect, the legal arm of the Alt-Right.  Despite its anodyne name, the Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas is preparing to go to war.”


To continue growing and to fight for the constitutional rights of Alt-Right activists, financial contributions would be greatly appreciated.  With sufficient capital, FMI will be able to advance the cause of our people by educating the public about current events of concern by way of its website, hosting member-only and public events, and by participating in the courts of public opinion and law.  In effect, FMI needs funding to become what the American Civil Liberties Union, National Lawyers Guild, Southern Poverty Law Center, and Anti-Defamation League are to the left.

Accomplishments of FMI so far with the little resources it has had at its disposal include:

Developing a network of aggressive and intelligent attorneys who are able to assist Alt-Right activists with legal problems.  Currently, FMI-affiliated lawyers are licensed to practice law in seventeen different jurisdictions, and they have offered pro bono legal assistance to Alt-Right activists numerous times already.

Assisting Attorney Sam Dickson with legal research to successfully sue Auburn University to procure an 11th-hour injunction—and a $29,000 settlement—concerning Richard Spencer’s ability to speak there.

Co-sponsoring with the National Policy Institute and Identity Evropa an amazing weekend-long conference in July of 2016.  Over sixty attendees toured the ruins of Detroit, met during one evening for informative speeches at a scenic location—with an open bar and catered hors d'oeuvres—, explored the Detroit Institute of Arts, met for brunch in a swank suburb bistro, and enjoyed a dinner at a private room of a traditional Polish restaurant in a Polish enclave of Southeast Michigan.  A similarly spectacular conference is currently being planned for the summer of 2017.

Hosting an event that was attended by approximately fifty people in Lansing, Michigan, at which James Edwards of The Political Cesspool lectured about the Alt-Right movement.

Hosting an event that was attended by approximately fifty people in Lansing, Michigan, at which Dr. James Sanchez lectured about the Deep State and how it will react to the rise of the Alt-Right.

Being interviewed by news outlets about the First Amendment rights of Alt-Right activists.  FMI’s executive director, Attorney Kyle Bristow, has even been interviewed by the media as a counterbalance to SPLC’s Heidi Beirich.

Launching an informative website, www.freedomfront.org, where Alt-Right activists can peruse resources which explain their constitutional rights and read articles about how to avoid being doxed, what to do when one is doxedhow to deal with the media, and how to distribute posters without getting in trouble.

Filing numerous Freedom of Information Act requests with governmental agencies akin to how Judicial Watch files such requests to promote transparency to combat corruption.

Please consider making a donation to FMI and spreading the word about this request for funding.

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Ancient European Cucks

European civilization has been plagued with cowardly and traitorous cucks for millennia.  While cucks—who offend cosmic justice, impugn the dignity of themselves and their kin, and try to derail the destiny of the West—now proliferate, this has not always been the case.  One of the more famous passages of Tacitus’ Germania details how the ancient Germanics used to deal with undesirables:

Proditores et transfugas arboribus suspendunt, ignavos et imbelles et corpore infames caeno ac palude, iniecta insuper crate, mergunt. Diversitas supplicii illuc respicit, tamquam scelera ostendi oporteat, dum puniuntur, flagitia abscondi.

(Traitors and deserters are hanged on trees; cowards, shirkers, and sodomites are pressed down under a wicker hurdle into the slimy mud of a bog. This distinction in the punishments is based on the idea that offenders against the state should be made a public example of, whereas deeds of shame should be buried out of men’s sight.)

Cucks unfortunately are no longer “buried out of men’s sight.”  As a character in Jean Raspail’s The Camp of the Saints quipped about the subversive cucks who now plague—and always have plagued—Western civilization:

You know * * * there’s a very old word that describes the kind of men [they] are.  It’s “traitor.”  That’s all, [they’re] nothing new.  There have been all kinds.  We’ve had bishop traitors, knight traitors, general traitors, statesmen traitors, scholar traitors, and just plain traitors.  It’s a species the West abounds in, and it seems to get richer and richer the smaller it grows.  Funny, you would think that it should be the other way around.

Traitors pose as an existential threat to the West, and this is why Corneliu Codreanu once opined that if he had only two bullets and was presented with a foreign enemy and a domestic traitor, he would shoot the traitor twice.

Cucks have always been hated by European peoples since Europeans inherently take pride in making a heroic last stand for their kin and not pathetically groveling to one’s enemies.  Both Thucydides and Tacitus wrote about cucks in the History of the Peloponnesian War and Germania, respectively.  The chief ancient cucks are arguably Alcibiades and Flavus.

Alcibiades was an Athenian statesman and military leader.  He grew up in a fabulously wealthy family—and thus had the ancient equivalent of a trust fund—, received the best education money could buy—and thus was indoctrinated to be a subversive SJW to his people, for one of his teachers was Socrates—, and he was paid to lobby for the interests of foreign powers.  After being the equivalent of a neocon cheerleader who convinced the Athenians to invade Sicily (the entire Athenian force was slaughtered or enslaved), Alcibiades defected to Sparta to avoid being put to death by the enraged citizens of Athens.

When the Spartans asked Alcibiades why he should not be put to death by them because he is either an Athenian or a traitor—and the Spartans appreciated neither—, Thucydides quotes the Athenian cuck to show how he wormed his way out of being offed:

[L]ove of country is what I do not feel when I am wronged, but what I felt when secure in my rights as a citizen. Indeed I do not consider that I am now attacking a country that is still mine; I am rather trying to recover one that is mine no longer; and the true lover of his country is not he who consents to lose it unjustly rather than attack it, but he who longs for it so much that he will go all lengths to recover it.

The Spartans spared Alcibiades’ life, which was a mistake:  Alcibiades eventually impregnated the Spartan king’s wife.  At this juncture, the Athenians wanted Alcibiades dead for messing up the Sicily Expedition, and the Spartans wanted him dead for acts of moral turpitude.  Alcibiades thereafter defected to Persia, since the entire ancient Greek world wanted his head on a stick.  Alcibiades eventually betrayed Persia as well, and he ended up being shot with an arrow—which was then considered a cowardly way to die.  (“Cowardly bow” was how Plutarch described such weaponry.)

Alcibiades lived for no one but himself and betrayed his people—and his adopted people—time and time again.

The other cuck of antiquity is the brother of Arminius.  Arminius (a/k/a “Herman the German”) was a Germanic prince who was forced by his parents to join the Roman military for political purposes.  However, Arminius’ allegiance to his kin never wavered.

Between 58-50 B.C., the Roman Republic slaughtered and enslaved what Julius Caesar estimated to be one million people.  After the Romans began making incursions into Germania—which was threatened with a similar fate as Gaul—, Arminius tricked Publius Quinctilius Varus into leading three entire legions of Roman troops into a trap:  nearly all of the 20,000-30,000 Roman soldiers were slaughtered or enslaved during the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest which occurred in 9 A.D.

The Romans gave up their idea of colonizing Germania, but Germanicus and eight Roman legions were nevertheless sent to Germania to punish the Germanic tribesman for standing up to Rome.  Present with Germanicus was Flavus—the traitorous brother of Arminius.

In 16 A.D., eight Roman legion (approximately 40,000 soldiers) approached Arminius’ forces, and the two armies were separated by the Wester River.  Tacitus recounts that Arminius saw his brother with the Romans and the duo began yelling at one another.  Arminius demanded that Flavus return to his people, while Flavus demanded that Arminius make peace with the Roman Empire.  Despite the Romans having previously captured Arminius’ wife and newborn son and promising their release and riches if Arminius betrayed his people like Flavus, Arminius would have none of it.  As was noted by Tacitus of the shouting between Flavus and Arminius:

Flavus insisted on “Roman greatness, the power of the [emperor] * * * the mercy always waiting for him who submitted himself * * *.”  His brother [Arminius] urged “the sacred call of their country; their ancestral liberty; the gods of their German hearths; and their mother, who prayed, with himself, that he would not choose the title of renegade and traitor to his kindred * * * to the whole of his race in fact, before that of liberator.”

What eventually happened to Flavus the cuck is unknown.  As for Arminius, he was enshrined in Germanic legend and myth—scholars believe that Arminius was the inspiration of Sigurd the dragon slayer as depicted in the Volsunga saga and the Nibelungenlied.

There have been cucks, there are cucks, and there will always be cucks.  The future, however, belongs to those who will fight for it—which cucks will not do since the same requires personal sacrifice.  People like Alcibiades and Flavus, after all, are nothing more than footnotes in history books—while heroic champions like Arminius live on in the hearts and souls of the Men of the West and will inspire generations for years to come.

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How The Alt-Right Activist Can Avoid Being Doxed

The Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas, Inc., published on its website a well-read article on October 2, 2016, entitled “What Alt-Right Activists Can Do When Doxed By The Politically Correct Left.”  That article dealt with what an Alt-Right activist can do upon being doxed so as to mitigate the severity of the outcome, while this article deals with what an Alt-Right activist can do to prevent the likelihood of being doxed in the first place.

Doxing is the Internet-based practice of researching and broadcasting private or identifiable information—especially personally identifiable information—about an individual or organization.  When a person “doxes” their victim, it is often done with malicious scienter for the purpose of intimidation and to foment societal ostracism against their target.  The leftist Southern Poverty Law Center, for example, doxes political dissidents on its Hate Watch blog; the SPLC’s Mark Potok has noted that “The cost of being outed as a member of these groups, which happens increasingly often these days, is very high.  People lose their jobs, their spouses, their families, and so on.”

To avoid suffering the fate described by Potok, here are some suggestions to keep in mind:

  1. The access to one’s social media profiles should be heavily restricted—even to one’s friends.  Access to one’s social media profiles should be kept strictly secure so that only approved individuals can view them.  When Attorney Kyle Bristow posted security video camera footage of Antifa attacking the Ashford House, Alt-Right activists found the Facebook profiles of the individuals who were charged with crimes and cross-referenced the profile photographs of their Facebook friends with then-unidentified criminal suspects depicted in the video—this permitted additional suspects to be identified.  One’s social media accounts friends lists should never be accessible by anyone—even to one’s friends.

  2. A person’s identity can be ascertained by performing a reverse image search.  If one posts a photograph of oneself on a social media account with their real name and uses the same photograph for an ulterior purpose for an anonymous account, a reverse image search can easily be performed to link the two photographs—and webpages—together.  After Nathan Damigo of Identity Evropa employed the use of self-defense against Emily Rose Nauert during the Battle of Berkley, Alt-Right activists used reverse image searches to track down Nauert’s online presence based upon her known Facebook photographs—and what was thereby discovered was that Nauert is a “hairy bush fetish porn star.” 

  3. Do not assume that the use of an anonymous name will shield one’s true identity.  When social media accounts are created, one often verifies it by providing an email address or cell phone number which is used to authenticate the account.  If a cell phone number or email address is known and is used to perform a search, the social media profile may appear in search results.  This is how Mike Enoch was doxed—his old PayPal account was previously published on The Right Stuff website—, and how John Rivello was doxed after sending an apparently life-threatening tweet to Kurt Eichenwald 

  4. Although websites can be shut down and content removed, the Internet is forever.  A search via http://www.archive.org/ can be used to view how a webpage appeared yesteryear.

  5. If one has a website, make sure that the registration information associated with the website is set to private.  A WHOIS search can otherwise easily be performed to ascertain the individual who purchased the website domain name.  The metadata of websites can also be examined, which can reveal information concerning them—which was recently done by leftists against the websites of the National Policy Institute, Identity Evropa, and FMI. 

  6. Run TorTor was developed by the U.S. government to shield U.S. intelligence communications online via “onion routing.”  It is now available for the public to use at no cost.  However, it is possible that the federal government has figured out a way to nevertheless ascertain the identity of computer users who utilize Tor:  in 2017, the federal government’s prosecutors dismissed a child pornography criminal case instead of agreeing to disclose their Tor exploit, and the FBI shut down in 2014 during Operation Onymous a number of dark web websites which had previously been shielded through the use of Tor.

  7. Do not underestimate the power of crowdsourcing.  When Shia Labeouf hung up a leftist flag that only showed the background sky, the flagpole, and the flag, 4Chan users quickly tracked its location down by studying plane contrails while it was daytime, the sunrise and sunset times, and star patterns while it was nighttime.  There are extremely sophisticated, intelligent, and dedicated individuals who will eagerly work to dox a target, so if one is in the public spotlight, one should immediately go dark by shutting down one’s online presence until the controversy passes.  When Amanda Carpenter was named as a possible mistress of Ted Cruz, Carpenter did not immediately restrict access to her Instagram page and doxers found a photograph of Carpenter sitting on a hotel bed with condoms apparently next to her – which only fueled the controversy. 

  8. Note that one’s communications with government agencies can be disclosed to third-parties via open record act requests.  When Heidi Beirich of the SPLC excitedly yelped on Hate Watch that she had obtained documents from a government agency concerning an event for nationalists via a Freedom of Information Act request, Attorney Kyle Bristow sent his own record request to the government agency to request a copy of any and all documents provided to Beirich—in addition to any and all written or electronic communications exchanged between Beirich and the government agency.  Bristow got what he requested—which includes Beirich’s personal cell phone number.  Similar record requests have been used by FMI to obtain interesting materials from government agencies concerning matters of concern.

  9. Maintain solid OPSEC.  OPSEC is necessary to ensure that Alt-Right activists are not doxed.  Independent Alt-Right groups have formed throughout the entire United States—a person in each group should be entrusted with vetting prospective members and a cheap monthly account with http://www.instantcheckmate.com/ should be considered to verify their true identities.  One should also use the tools of doxers to ascertain the risk of oneself being doxed so that preventative measures can be taken:  review security settings on one’s social media accounts, perform reverse image searches of one’s more widely used photographs to ascertain whether one’s identity can be ascertained if such searches are performed, search for one’s email address and phone number on social media search engines to see if one’s anonymous social media profile appears in search engine results, run WHOIS searches of one’s own websites to confirm that one’s identity is not disclosed, and use http://www.pipl.com/ to see what information already exists for oneself when a search is performed.

For more information about doxing, consider reading Untangling the Web: A Guide to Internet Research, which was commissioned by the National Security Agency for its agents to use and declassified years ago.

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