The Alt-Right Is Absolutely Evil, It Is A Movement That Is Advancing Homosexuality And The Spirit Of Antichrist

By Theodore Shoebat

The Alt-Right is an absolutely evil movement that is advancing homosexuality and the spirit of the Antichrist. It is an ideology of Social Darwinism and perversity. I did a very detailed video on this:


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  • magaforever

    You guys should set up a fund to help him!. I want to help arm the Christian militias!!!

  • Raph Sebastian

    Yeah sure..fags shoot back…
    while this is not a true depiction, any homosexual with a gun could be just as dangerous as any mentally deranged individual. After all homosexuality is still a mental disease.

  • The point is the right is being infiltrated by leftists. The key is understanding infiltration, yeast … how leaven destroys.

    • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

      Exactly. And the post-christian nature of most of the ”alt-right” out there renders them vulnerable to accepting any ”ally” on hand…. To steer them wrong into being another iteration of the ”cuckservatives” that they rail against.

      I read a lot of these guys, although i’m totally reactionary (I guess that means i’m ”NRx” or ”Neoreactionary” to them-there’s a difference between this and the ”alt-right”), and what I see is a lot of talk and still no action.

    • Julie LaBrecque

      Look at the new logo that NBC’s’Poker after Dark’ is sporting:
      Seems that the image of the crescent moon is the latest trend….

      • RodK1975

        Good eye, Julie… I DOUBT that is a coincidence…

  • Marcos Filipe Guerra

    lol why do you make the british accent to be the evil one? ROFL! Speaking seriously, I have been looking into these videos too, but I had enough in like, the third video I watched and, to my shock, the stupid right winged liberals are promoting this stupidity.

  • Marcos Filipe Guerra

    Alt-right is not connected to Trump. Just useful information.

  • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

    Things like Ted’s video got me thinking. Is all the compromise fighting something worth it, if there’s nothing left that one is fighting for? What alternative is being offered? These are the questions that are going unanswered these days.

    I’m Orthodox, and I believe as the Fathers did, in Orthodox Autocracy, Nation, Faith. Where is this even remotely being practiced here? I believe that all built on foundations other than Christ are doomed and unstable. America is not only not a Christian Nation, it’s not even an organic Nation at all, being built on the unstable pillars of Deistic Enlightenment thinking. However, there are areas and groups of people who have a natural cultural affinity for one another and against others to a degree, and this is what we’re seeing develop in America today.

    I’m Southern, and I have pride in not only my heritage and history of the Southern people, but in the possibilities of our future. This is what will last long after the patent nonsense of the Revolution and that ideology is long forgotten.

    I will act, or not act, accordingly. I can’t lend legitimacy to a process that even allows for the possibility of the disgrace of an Obama or Clinton Presidency. The fact that better men can run against such types at all, and then possibly graciously accept a possible loss, is itself a codified alliance with evil in my book.

    To accept the evil, is to fall under the anathema of that evil’s condemnation yourself. Democracy, Republics, they are that acceptance of evil made legal under human injustice.

    • DeusLoVult

      While your points are valid, I do not think it can be denied that America was meant to exist. Although Enlightenment thinking heavily influenced the Revolution and subsequent foundation of America, Christianity played no small role in the matter. It should not have been possible for the Revolution to succeed. And yet, astonishingly, it prevailed. And not without God’s assistance. Therefore, I do not think it right that the Revolution should provoke only your sharp criticism and execration.

      • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

        Well, good to hear from you:-). I’ll say that the problem innate to the American Republic was subject to an attempt to rectify the problem, in 1860. Monarchies aren’t exempt from Tyrants, there does have to be more to the system than just a King.

        A modified Aristocratic Republic isn’t so bad, like Ancient Rome for most of it’s Republican history, the Serene Republic of Venice, and the South of the CSA, under the Planter Aristocracy. And most of those do have some sort of guy at the very top, still.

        • DeusLoVult

          Ancient Rome is not the best example, at least, not till near its end. For a long time, the only people who had any rights were the upper class.

          “I’ll say that the problem innate to the American Republic was subject to an attempt to rectify the problem, in 1860.”

          Could you rephrase this? I am challenged to interpret it. 🙂

          It’s good to hear from you as well, OA. 🙂

          • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

            In a few words; the succession of the CSA from the USA, was an attempt to jettison from the Republic before it’s trajectory doomed everything. I think some in the South saw pretty well this future we’re in now.

          • DeusLoVult

            I think so as well. They saw an increasingly corrupt and tyrannical system. And they took action to segregate themselves from it.

          • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

            When the ship is sinking, one heads for the lifeboats. What happened is that the crazy captain pistol whipped the crew into staying onboard, shotting some, and now we’re taking on water and headed for the rocks

  • ace

    Great video, Theodore! Agreed – the alt-right is evil and in the spirit of the antichrist! Let’s call out ALL the alt-right evil-doers. Among those who identify with this movement, there is a division among those who are pro-life and those who are pro-choice, but, to demonstrate the EVIL Alt-right Pro-choice position, take a look at this Radix article by Aylmer Fischer titled the Pro-Life Temptation (excerpts follow):

    “…abortion—and contraception more generally—are eugenic practices, which are about the only things keeping our societies from falling into complete idiocracy.”

    “…the pro-life position is clearly dysgenic [exerting a detrimental effect on later generations through the inheritance of undesirable characteristics}. A 2011 study showed that in 2008, while 16 percent of women aged 15-44 lived below the poverty line, among women who had abortions, the number was 42 percent. Hispanic and African-American women made up a combined 31 percent of this age group, but almost 55 percent of those who chose to terminate a pregnancy. The reasons behind these patterns aren’t hard to figure out. In a world with reliable birth control, it is quite easy to avoid an unwanted pregnancy; the only ones who can’t are the least intelligent and responsible members of society: women who are disproportionately Black, Hispanic, and poor.”

    “…When an intelligent, responsible woman does have an abortion, it is often because the baby has a disease or the pregnancy threatens her health, not because she or her boyfriend forget to use contraception…”

    “…It is no coincidence that some of the most pro-life politicians are those most excited about adopting children from Africa and those in their movement are among the conservatives most likely to denounce the ‘racism’ of their political opponents… While it’s true that a blanket ban on abortion would probably increase the White population in there [sic] numbers, it would, no doubt, decrease the overall quality, as well and leave all races stupider, more criminally prone, and more diseased…”

    • ace

      BTW, does someone know: Who is Aylmer Fischer? Or, is that a pen name for someone with eugenicist leanings in tribute to the infamous eugenicist and statistician Ronald Aylmer Fischer?

      • Gordon

        Actually about a month ago, the Ford foundation and Soros just kicked in a cool 100 million (together) to BLM

      • Gordon

        Actually about a month ago, the Ford foundation and Soros just kicked in a cool 100 million (together) to BLM

        What? You just want to delete all my posts, huh?

  • Flame blue

    In the end there is likely to be a civil war if Muslims aren’t evicted out of our countries. That means that those who don’t want Islam will join forces with those who don’t want Islam. This is the stage we have entered, and we are going to see homosexuals and athiests, Budhists, Hindis, Christians of all denominations, fighting Islam together. United they stand, divided they fall to Islam. If they win, they will reinstate their differences.

    For sure, Christians aren’t going to kill homosexuals because they haven’t done it so far, and aren’t likely. It is likely true that homosexuals given the liberty to flourish and expand their agenda would pose as great a danger to our culture, Christianity, as Muslims do. Most people don’t perceive homosexuals as dangerous, unfortunately, for a while they have not understood the dangers of Muslims who believe in Islam.

    There are many dangers, but for sure, not destroying Islam in the West will not put an end to homosexuality. Islam operates homosexuality under cover of night and in deceptive ways, and uses children for sodomy, and the perpetrators are not even labelled as homosexuals but the abused 16 year old boy, abused for years, conditioned to accept sodomy, is stoned to death when classified mature. Islam has broad spectrum evil in its DNA, so that’s got to be the target for the fight against. It’s a hard enough battle, we can’t battle on all fronts, one battle at a time. If we do get a Christian revival and Christians after their battle with Muslims will likely have seriously toughened up, then we can lay down laws to stop the promotion of homosexuality.

    In the meantime, Pamela Gellor sees that she has to tackle the identified strong enemy who will take the World to Hell if not stopped. Men are always going to be attracted in the main to women and women in the main to men because God made them that way and no homosexual agenda is going to win out against what God has implanted genetically.

    I have had to sup with crapbag people who would have destroyed my life if l had let them know what l really thought of them and openly opposed them. I have never been wealthy enough and powerful enough to have the knowledge that l can tell evil people, bosses etc, that “no, l am not going to work alongside a raging powderpuff.” I don’t believe that if l lived in poverty( because l lost my job,)or perhaps smelly on the streets that l would be much use to God in terms of serving him. I don’t swallow my Christian principles, but sometimes we can’t show our hand fully and we need to be diplomatic, and the Muslims can teach us Christians in that respect. If we are not in a position of power we have to be cautious in our dealings. I am not suggesting we should lie like Muslims, but we should not be so frank. The church leaders should be frank, the doctrines, scriptures, churches, must not compromise but as individual Christians, we are not a force to be reckoned with. If we are compromised as Christians, cornered, then we have to say
    ” sorry, but l can’t do that, or go along with that, sorry but it’s not within me to do that, l hope you can understand and respect my opinion”. Because in all truth we have one Lord and Master,who we must follow but we can be cautious, yes, when they go to pick up stones because we have overstepped the mark they set, we are allowed to evade them and escape. I use that to indicate that being diplomatic is like a form of escaping from the stones.

    I believe that Pamela Geller knows she has enough enemies, and knows that she has always had to try to win over as many people from all walks of life as possible to open their eyes to the evils of Islam in order to defeat the Islamic agenda. I think she realises that she can’t afford to insult homosexuals, therefore, she walks a tight rope. In her way, she is being diplomatic. She at the start of her battle took it up against Islam not homosexuals, so she has to stay focused. I let God be her judge.

  • Shshshsh, you don’t want the whole world to know that we are plants being funded by Al-Qaeda as “controlled opposition” do you?

    This way we will mess up the combaya of love and harmony between conservatives and faggots who have no agenda but to promote ‘love’ ‘peace’ and ‘harmony’.

    So don’t worry and be gay happy

  • No one deleted your comment Cleric. It takes us a while to approve them since we are undermanned.

  • Show us an exact quote where we said “KILL PAMELA”?

    “Worthy of death” is no license to kill. Please learn how to evaluate.

    But it seems to you that two guys kissing and talking about having sex on camera is okay and is “conservative” so long they united against Muslims.

    Or is it healthier to stand against all sorts of evil which Scripture clearly points out?

    Good day.

    • susan

      He thinks the Shoebats have gone over the edge because Ted quoted Paul from the bible?! He’s really going to lose it when he reads what God commanded!

  • susan

    You walloped the nail, Brick. I too have noticed the “same spirit”. It’s icky.

  • Your link sir and your “biblical arguments” were already refuted here:

    Skip the first few lines and the topic is handled in full. I simply wonder why you avoided that section which handles your issues while you posted comments here where it doesn’t. Bring in your heavy guns while you’re at it, Geller and Spencer who rarely if ever quoted Scripture to only find it fitting to quote the Bible when it came to the LGBT. I can see your a temporary migrant from FPM which has ZERO theology.

    Happy refuting, but please show the full quotes and a refutation from SOURCES and not from your “hat” as you do here.

    Again, happy refuting.

  • I do not even know what you are talking about Gordon. Perhaps you want to remind?