No, punching a neo-Nazi in the face does not make someone “just as bad as them.” Punching someone in the face is NOT equivalent to preaching, practicing, and supporting white supremacy, eugenics, racism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, ableism, homophobia, transphobia, and misogyny. Get your “Hug a Nazi and smother them with love,” bullshit outta here. 


Neo-Nazis like Richard Spencer dress up their racism, and the media is taking the bait

Have you met the dashing new bachelor joining the Washington elite? The debonair wunderkind taking the capital by storm? Mother Jones introduced him as “dapper,” and the Los Angeles Times framed his latest intellectual venture as the “new think tank in town.”

Who are these reliable bastions of American journalistic tradition talking about? A neo-Nazi.

The subject of the Times story is the National Policy Institute, a white supremacist “think thank” led by Richard Spencer. Spencer’s goal is to bring the racist ideology of white nationalism — the political idea that America should be fortified as a white nation — into the mainstream by dressing up typically abhorrent ideas in a suit and tie and selling it as serious discourse.

Over the weekend, Spencer — who invented the term “alt-right” as a euphemism for white supremacy in 2008 — held a landmark post-election meeting of the NPI. The crowd was a mix of conservative writers, white nationalists and right-wing celebrities like Tila Tequila, the MySpace star turned neo-Nazi.

After Spencer spoke — cheering Donald Trump’s election victory and quoting “Nazi propaganda in the original German,” the New York Times reported — his crowd cheered with a Nazi salute and shouted, “Heil the people! Heil victory!”

The goal of a think tank is to research and advance ideas. The NPI wants people to take its debunked “race science” seriously. 

“If you have a problem with punching Nazis, I’m here to collect your copies of Hunger Games, Harry Potter, Hamilton, X-Men, and Firefly. Someone else will be by later for Star Wars, LOTR, Captain America/Marvel, etc. I don’t make the rules; you’re the one who thinks it’s wrong to resist oppression by violent means.”

- Amanda Michelle

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Manhattan Sunday, Richard Renaldi

“The city takes a while to wake up, and the first people you see at the break of day are the night-clubbers, street cleaners, and prostitutes.”

Photographer Richard Renaldi’s, a former night-clubber who has lived in New York since 1986, ongoing series “Manhattan Sunday” captures the way the city feels after painting the town red all night.

  • Richard Spencer, the notorious white nationalist, was met by hundreds of student protesters Tuesday evening during his speaking engagement at Texas A&M University. 
  • Police officers, equipped with helmets and protective shields, clashed with protesters who were blocking the banquet hall in College Station, Texas, where Spencer was speaking.
  • A Facebook Live uploaded by Texas A&M senior Hana Zeenath Khan shows police officers clashing with protesters. They are heard chanting “the whole world is watching.”

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First whiny Nazi Richard Spencer got punched in the face on camera and now he’s getting brutally owned by Chrissy Teigen on Twitter

On Saturday, someone punched white supremacist Richard Spencer in the head during an on-camera interview. While the internet rejoiced, Spencer defended himself. But Chrissy Teigen isn’t having a literal Nazi’s BS excuses for selective nonviolence.