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Alternative Right

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Alternative Right
Description Weblog
Slogan White power!
Available language(s) English
Launched 2010
Current status active until May 2018
More info
Owner Richard Spencer[wp], Colin Liddell
URL alternativeright.com

Alternative Right is an alt-right website created by Richard Spencer[wp] and Colin Liddell[1][2] in 2010 and the "New Alternative Right" webzine, edited by Liddell and Andy Nowicki, that was created when the first website was shut down in 2013.[3][4] Richard Spencer's Alternative Right was hosted at AlternativeRight.com and funded by NPI America[wp] before Spencer shut it down, saying it was too much work to manage.[5] The website was inspired by Breitbart News[wp].[6]

The site's white nationalist[wp] stance has attracted criticism from the Anti-Defamation League[wp][7] and it has been described by The Atlantic[wp] as being a "white supremacist" site.[8]

In 2012, Alternative Right published an article written by Colin Liddell, entitled "Is Black Genocide Right?"[9] It stated that the black race[wp] "has contributed almost nothing to the pool of civilization" and asked "whether Black Genocide is something worth considering"; after drawing widespread criticism, the article was deleted from the site.[10]

In May 2013, Yahoo! News reported that Jason Richwine, then a scholar at the Heritage Foundation[wp] and co-author of a controversial study on the costs of amnesty, had published an article and blog at AlternativeRight.com in 2010. The Rachel Maddow Show[wp] publicized these findings in a segment of the program on May 9, 2013.[11]

In July 2015, Stephanie Saul of The New York Times interviewed Colin Liddell about the Alternative Right.[12]

Criticism

Alternative Right has been an object of criticism from both the left and right wings. Examples of the former include the Southern Poverty Law Center[wp], which has characterized the site as "yet another far-right[wp] magazine," as well as "loaded with contributors who...have long lamented the white man's decline."[2] Conservative[wp] critiques include E. D. Kain's contention at True/Slant[wp], that "the far-right-wingers at Alternative Right represent the ugly - and yes racist[wp] - underbelly of 'alt' conservatism. This is white nationalism[wp], folks, dressed up in faux-intellectualism."[13]

In March 2010, Spencer was interviewed by Tim Mak of FrumForum, the online magazine of George W. Bush[wp] speechwriter David Frum[wp]. Mak concluded that Alternative Right's "ideas belong in some sort of padded room," and that its writers are "going to be white nationalists, but, by God, they're going to be a little fancy about it."[14]

Notable writers

  • Jared Taylor[wp]
  • Brittany Pettibone[wp][15][16]
  • Richard Spencer[wp][17]
  • Mike Peinovich[wp]
  • Henrik Palmgren[wp]

References

  1. Right-wing eZine sinks to new low; calls for "Black Genocide", Daily Kos on March 3, 2012
  2. 2.0 2.1 Larry Keller: Paleocon Starts New Extreme-Right Magazine, SPLC Southern Poverty Law Center on March 15, 2010
  3. Alt Right: A Primer about the New White Supremacy, Anti-Defamation League on February 10, 2016
  4. Keegan Hankes: Eating Their Own: Several Feuds Erupt Among White Nationalists, SPLC Southern Poverty Law Center on October 21, 2014
  5. Devin Burghart: Who is Richard Spencer?, IREHR Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights on June 27, 2014
  6. Daniel J. Solomon: Richard Spencer and White Supremacists Aim for Bigger Platform With 'AltRight.com', The Forward on January 18, 2017
  7. Richard Spencer: A Symbol Of The New White Supremacy, ADL Blogs on May 14, 2013
  8. Elspeth Reeve: Jason Richwine Says He's No Racist, Has Tough Time Spotting Racism, The Wire on May 13, 2013 (new link)
  9. Colin Liddell: Is Black Genocide Right?[webarchiv], Alternative Right on February 14, 2012 (archived on February 18, 2012) (Quote: "While they were, like all low IQ people, at one time useful as dumb labor, technology has long since made them non-economical. The world in general would be better off if they went extinct.")
  10. National Review's John O’Sullivan: On the Board of Directors of a White Nationalist Group, little green footballs on April 17, 2012
  11. Josh Feldman: Maddow Rips Conservative Think Tank For Immigration Study Co-Author Who Claimed Latinos Have Lower IQs, Mediaite.com on July 23, 2013
  12. Podcast 32 The Lady from New York Times, Alternative Right on July 5, 2015
  13. E.D. Kain: Richard Spencer and the ugly white nationalism of the Alternative Right, True/Slant on March 13, 2010
  14. Tim Mak: The "New" Racist Right[webarchiv], FrumForum on March 8, 2010 (archived on July 25, 2015)
  15. Cynthia Dizikes: Arrests made as protesters clash at pro-Trump rally in Berkeley, SFGate on April 16, 2017
  16. Shane Bauer: I went behind the front lines with the far-right agitators who invaded Berkeley, Mother Jones on April 18, 2017
  17. Reeves Wiedeman: The Duke Lacrosse Scandal and the Birth of the Alt-Right, Daily Intelligencer on April 14, 2017

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