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    Paleoconservatism, shortened to Paleocon is a Sec.png statist, conservative, economically and socially right-wing to far-right political ideology. It originated in the Cball-US.png United States and stresses WASP (White Anglo-Saxon Protestant) ethics, Nation.png Nationalism, Patcon.png Paternalism, Fed.png Regionalism, and Trad.png Traditionalism. It sometimes overlaps with the Old Right, who were Conserv.png Conservatives who opposed the FDRismF.png New Deal in the 30s and 40s.[10] Paleoconservatives also overlap with Paleolib.png Paleolibertarians[7][8] and Rpop-tinfoilhat.png Right-Wing Populists.[11]

    Economically, although Paleoconservatism is in support of a Markets.png market economy, they are also staunch Protect.png Protectionists, in favor of high tariffs and advocate for "economic Nation.png Nationalism" in different measures & policies, varying from paleocon to paleocon. Paleoconservatism also opposes the Globeball.png Interventionist foreign policies advocated for by Necon.png Neoconservatives, in fact Paleoconservatives are almost the complete opposite of Necon.png Neoconservatives.

    They also support heavy restrictions on immigration, Fed.png Decentralization, Isolationist.png Isolationism, and a return to Trad.png traditional ethics & morals relating to gender, culture, and society. This includes opposition to abortion, gay marriage, Gay.png LGBT rights,[12] etc.[13]

    This is often due to Paleoconservatism having a massive overlap with Christianright.png Christian Right, and as such having a traditional Christian view of these issues. The Christianright.png Evangelical movement and Christian Conservatism.png Conservative Christianity, in general, is an enormous reason for Paleoconservatism's popularity. Because of the ideological common ground between Paleoconservatives and the Christian Right, it is more often than not that Christian Conservatives are Paleocons and vice versa. While one can be an agnostic or even atheistic Paleocon, it is usually through religion that Paleoconservatives reach their views.

    Paleoconservatives see Necon.png Neoconservatives as Imp.png Empire-builders, and themselves as defenders of the American Republicanismpix.png Republic.[14]


    ClassUSCon.png The Old Right

    Paleoconservatism is derived from the "Old Right" movement from the 1910s-1950s, who were a group of Conserv.png Conservatives, mainly RepubUS.png Republicans but also some conservative Demcr.png Democrats from the south, unified by their opposition to FDRismF.png Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the New Deal. They typically favored Lfree.png Laissez-Faire economics and shared ideals such as a defense of Darwinist.png "Natural Inequalities", Sec.png Authority, Trad.png Traditionalism, Religious.png Morality, PolState.png Rule of Law, Nation.png Nationalism, Anticommunism.png Anti-Communism, Anti-Masonry.png Anti-Masonry, Antizion.png Anti-Zionism, and Antiimp.png Anti-Imperialism, as well as skepticism of the growing power of Unitary.png Washington. They came into being when the RepubUS.png Republican Party split in 1910 and were influential within that party into the 1940s. They pushed NatProg.png Theodore Roosevelt and his Prog-u.png progressive followers out in 1912. From 1933, many Demcr.png Democrats became associated with the Old Right through their opposition to FDRismF.png Franklin D. Roosevelt and his New Deal Coalition, and with the Republicans formed the Conservative Coalition to block its further progress. Conservatives disagreed on foreign policy, and the Old Right favored Isolationist.png non-interventionist policies on Cball-EU.png Europe at the start of World War II. After the war, they opposed President Libhawk.png Harry Truman's domestic and foreign policies. The last major battle was led by Ohio Senator Robert A. Taft, who was defeated by Ike.png Dwight D Eisenhower for the presidential nomination in 1952. The new conservative movement later led by Libcon.png William F. Buckley, Jr., Goldwaterian.png Barry Goldwater and Reagan.png Ronald Reagan adopted much of the domestic anti-New Deal conservatism of the Old Right but broke with it by demanding Globcap.png free trade and an Necon.png aggressive anti-communist foreign policy.

    Plcn2.png Modern Origins Buchanan.png

    The terms "Necon.png Neoconservative" and "Paleoconservative" were coined due to the division in American Conserv.png Conservatism concerning the Vietnam War between the Globeball.png Interventionists and the Isolationist.png Isolationists. Those in favor of the Vietnam War continuing, were referred to as "Necon.png Neoconservatives" (or "War Hawks": Globeball.png foreign Interventionists) while those who opposed the war were called "Paleoconservatives" (foreign Isolationist.png Isolationist/Nation.png Nationalists).[15][16][17]

    Notable Paleoconservative politicians/figures include Buchanan.png Pat Buchanan[18], PaleoCube.png Paul Gottfried, AlexJ.png Alex Jones, TuckerCarlson.png Tucker Carlson and Mel Bradford to name a few. Despite many misconceptions, Reagan.png Ronald Reagan was not a Paleoconservative. He was an average Conserv.png conservative politician, who was actually closer in belief to Necon.png Neoconservatism or Neoliberal-icon.png Neoliberalism, if anything (although Reagan was greatly influenced by Pat Buchanan's beliefs).

    Trumppaleocon.png Revival Fuente.png

    Paleoconservatism has seen a revival as of late, with the election of 45th US president Trumpism.png Donald J. Trump. Though many Paleocon's view of Trumpism.pngTrump as a sort of fake Nation.png nationalist due to his rigorous support of Zio.pngIsrael, Necon.png Interventionism, failure to deliver on many of his campaign promises (notably the wall along the CBall-Mexico.png Mexican border), and concessions to Progress.png progressive causes such as Gay.png Bix.png LGBT Les.png rights (outside of Trans.png trans people). Regardless of how Trumpism.png Trump himself is categorized, others regard Trumpism.png Trumpism as supported by, if not a rebranding of, Paleoconservatism. From this view, the followers of the old right did not fade away so easily and continue to have significant influence in the Conserv.png Republican Party and all of Cball-US.png American politics.

    Recently, Paleoconservatism has also seen a mass resurgence in the online Conserv.png Conservative community in the form of the America First "Groyper" movement, founded by Fuente.png Nicholas J. Fuentes. In fact, Fuente.png Nick Fuentes runs a political commentary show by the same name, "America First" on his own website after being banned from nearly all social media (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Dlive, Instagram, TikTok, etc). for his political views, solidifying his status as a member of the "dissonant right". He is currently, one of the only major & mainstream Paleoconservative political commentators/activists, currently online. In addition, Right-AnEn.png Don Blankenship, the presidential nominee for the Paleoconservative Constitution Party (US).png Constitution Party, ran for president in 2020.

    Additionally, other political "influencers" have risen to prominence championing platforms of paleoconservatism on social media. Notably, Altl.png John Doyle, host of the YouTube show known as "Heck Off, Commie," has gained a prominent following for the paleoconservative movement through his video essays and political content. From Doyle's influence, many other paleoconservative influencers have created specialized pockets to contribute to the overall movement's growth. Notably, Red Eagles Politics, Alex Stein, Vince Dao, American Virtue, Elijah Schaffer, and so on are all influencers mobilized by the impact of Doyle.

    Influence in other political ideologies

    Christianright.png Evangelicalism/The Christian Right

    The Christian right, or Christian Conservatism.png Christian Conservatism, is a Christian political faction that is characterized by their strong support of Trad.png socially conservative and traditionalist policies. Christian conservatives seek to influence politics and public policy with their interpretation of the teachings of Christianity.

    In the Cball-US.png United States, the Christian right is an informal coalition formed around a core of largely conservative evangelical ProtTheo.png Protestants and Catheo.png Roman Catholics. The Christian right draws additional support from other politically conservative Christians, such as Orth.png Orthodox Christians and Theodemocracy.png Mormons. The movement has its roots in American politics going back as far as the 1940s; it has been especially influential since the 1970s. Its influence draws from grassroots activism as well as from a focus on social issues and the ability to motivate the electorate around those issues.

    The Christian right is notable for advancing socially conservative positions on issues such as school prayer, intelligent design, temperance, ChristNat.png Christian nationalism, and Sunday Sabbatarianism, as well as opposition to embryonic stem cell research, Gay.png LGBT+ rights, comprehensive sex education, abortion, and pornography.

    It is worth noting that despite Reagan.png Ronald Reagan himself being closer to a Neoconservative than anything else, he has nonetheless become a hero to both Paleoconservatives and the Christianright.png Christian Right.

    Altr.png Alt-Right

    The Alt-Right movement emerged from the Paleoconservatives, the younger generation of them, specifically. The movement was founded in 2010 by a former Paleoconservative and American Whitesup.png White Nationalist, Richard B. Spencer who launched The Alternative Right to express his personal ideals after working as an editor for a number of Paleoconservative outlets. But the movement was not only influenced by Paleoconservatism, it also was inspired by the Nrx.png Dark Enlightenment, and the Nouvelle Droite.

    Paleolib.png Paleolibertarians

    The Paleoconservatives also greatly inspired the Paleolibertarian movement. It was the result of a political strategy of Ancapf.png Rothbard which was allying with Paleoconservative and Old-Right sectors trying to expand Libertarian.png Libertarian ideals among them while also using this alliance to appeal towards the Conserv.png Conservative populace of the US. This alliance was criticized by some mainstream Libertarian.png Libertarians and also some non-Libertarian circles as trying to ally with racist and React.png reactionary groups, to which Ancapf.png Rothbard responded saying that Libertarian.png libertarians needed to make themselves look more acceptable to Conserv.png Conservatives.

    Many Libertarian.png Libertarians such as Lew Rockwell,[19] being the main among them, but also others such as Jeffrey Tucker started identifying with the term. The alliance ultimately broke up after Ancapf.png Rothbard, who was the only tie between Paleoconservatives and Libertarian.png Libertarians, died in the year 1995. Lew Rockwell, on the other hand, kept identified with the term until 2007 when he declared to have dropped the usage of the said term in part because people confused it with Paleoconservatism[20] (That is, the term didn't have its own identity), and because Rockwell realized that the Paleoconservative movement tended to decrease Liberty.png freedom, not increase it.[21]


    Buchanan.png Buchananism

    Buchananism is a variant of paleoconservatism based on the ideology of American political commentator and longtime consultant, Pat Buchanan. He was a special advisor to presidents Nixon.png Richard Nixon, GeraldFord.png Gerald Ford, and Reagan.png Ronald Reagan. He is a significant figure in the paleoconservative movement and his writings, morals, and ideas continue to influence many paleoconservatives. He ran for president three times: in 1992, 1996, and 2000.

    Buchanan became harshly critical of GHWB.png George H.W. Bush after he broke his "Read my lips: no new taxes" pledge. He ran for president in 1992, campaigning on a platform on militant SocialConservative.png social conservatism and Antimultcult.png anti-multiculturalism, including opposition to AntiAntiAbortion.png abortion, Gay.png LGBT+ rights and positive discrimination, also on Fiscon.png fiscal conservatism, FairTradeProtectionism.png fair-trade, Trustbust.png Anti-Cronyism and Antiimp.png Non-Interventionism. He lost the RepubUS.png Republican primaries and subsequently threw his support behind Bush.

    In 1996, Buchanan ran for the RepubUS.png Republican nomination for president again, but this time, he actually won the Republican primaries in Alaska, Louisiana, Missouri, and New Hampshire. In February, of that year the Progress.png Center for Public Integrity issued a report stating Buchanan's presidential campaign co-chairman, GRights.png Larry Pratt, appeared at two meetings organized by white supremacists. Pratt denied any ties to racism and defended his speech, according to a Rolling Stone Magazine article: "I myself would also talk to white nationalists and neo-Nazi groups. I talk to liberal groups, but people don't accuse me of being liberal. I wash all that off at home. It's important to talk to anyone who will listen."[22]

    In 1999, Buchanan left the Republican Party and switched to the RPUSA.png Reform Party. In 2000, he ran for president for the third time, running on a vividly Antiabort.png anti-abortion, anti-NAFTA, Antiimp.png non-interventionist, Antimultcult.png anti-immigration, and Anti-LGBT.png anti-LGBT+ rights platform. He won the RPUSA.png Reform primaries and chose former schoolteacher Trad.png Ezola B. Foster as his running mate. They lost the general election, finishing fourth with 0.8% of the vote. Following the 2000 Presidential Election, RPUSA.png Reformers urged Buchanan to take an active role in the party. Buchanan declined, though he did attend the 2001 Reform National Convention. He left the Reform Party and returned to the RepubUS.png Republican Party in 2004, shortly before the 2004 Presidential Election. However, Buchanan stated that he was no longer interested in running again.

    In 2002, he co-founded The American Conservative magazine and since 2006, he has contributed to Whitesup.png VDARE, a white nationalist website.

    In 2016, Buchanan supported the presidential nomination of Trumpism.png Donald Trump, who was running on a similar platform to Buchanan's.

    The Anti-Defamation League described Buchanan as an "unrepentant bigot" who "repeatedly demonizes Zio.png Jews and Multicult.png minorities and openly affiliates with Whitesup.png white supremacists".[23]

    TuckerCarlson.png Carlsonism

    Carlsonism, also known as Tuckerism, is an Authunity.png AuthUnity variant of paleoconservatism based on the ideology of FoxNews.png Fox News host, Tucker Carlson. Carlson has been the host of Tucker Carlson Tonight, his titular Fox News program, since 2016.

    A Rpop-tinfoilhat.png right-wing populist, Carlson supports EconNat.png economic nationalism and Antiimp.png non-interventionism while opposing AntiAntiAbortion.png abortion, Fem.png feminism, Multicult.png multiculturalism, the death penalty, AntiGRights.png gun control, the scientific consensus on climate change, Covidism-icon.png COVID-19 restrictions, and Corp.png corporatocracy.

    Mediastocracy flair.png Early Media Career

    Carlson began his Mediastocracy flair.png media career in 1990s, initiallt working as a fact checker for ConNat.png Policy Review, a journal published by Reagan.png The Heritage Foundation. He then claimed a role as an opinion writer at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette newspaper before joining Necon.png The Weekly Standard news magazine in 1995. Carlson went for a role for the publication after hearing of its founding, fearing being referred to as a wingnut if he instead joined Conserv.png The American Spectator.

    Carlson later worked for CNN.png CNN from 2000-2005 where he co-hosted The Spin Room and Radcent.png Crossfire, PBS from 2004-2005 when he ran Tucker Carlson: Unfiltered with the intention of shifting the media outlet to the right, and Soclib.png MSNBC from 2005-2008 where he hosted his early evening show Tucker (originally titled The Situation With Tucker Carlson) though it got cancelled by the network on March 10, 2008, due to low ratings.

    FoxNews.png Joining Fox News

    In 2009, Carlson joined the conservative news network, FoxNews.png Fox News, initially appearing as a frequent guest on the late-night program, Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld, as well as the All-Star Panel segment of Special Report with Bret Baier in addition to being a substitute host for Rpop-tinfoilhat.png Hannity in case of Sean Hannity's absence. He also hosted a special entitled Fighting for Our Children's Minds in September 2010. In April 2013, Carlson replaced Mediastocracy flair.png Dave Briggs as a co-host of the early morning weekend program, Fox & Friends Weekend.

    TuckerCarlson.png Tucker Carlson Tonight

    On November 14, 2016, Carlson launched Tucker Carlson Tonight. Replacing On the Record, the premiere episode become the network's most-watched telecast of the year within the time slot, with 3.7 million viewers. By June 2020, it had, after going up and down multiple times, become the highest-rated cable news show in the Cball-US.png United States. By October of the same year, the show averaged 5.3 million viewers, the highest of any news cable news program. Following the aftermath of the 2020 Presidential Election, it saw a slight dip in viewership, primarily among 25-54-year-olds. Following the inauguration of Bidenism.png Joe Biden, it reclaimed the lead among the same age group, in addition to being the only cable news program not to see a drop in viewership. In May 2022, it narrowly placed second, slightly trailing Conserv.png The Five although it retained its lead among viewers aged 25-54.

    Plcn2.png Political Positions

    From the 1980s to the mid-2010s, Carlson supported Libertarian.png laissez-faire economics. In 1988 and 2008, he supported RonPaul.png Ron Paul's presidency. In 2004, Carlson stated that he opposed seat belt laws and smoking bans. Since 2018, his economic views became more Pop.png populist and began criticizing Libertarian.png Libertarianism.

    Carlson opposes AntiAntiAbortion.png abortion, stating that it is the only political issue that he considers non-negotiable. He also opposes Fem.png feminism and associated Gay.png LGBT+ people with the Progress.png political left, where he would later face allegations of Mansphere.png sexism and Anti-LGBT.png homophobia, especially after using Sexism icon.png sexist and Homophobia.png homophobic slurs.

    Carlson opposes AntiGRights.png gun control, including the assault weapons ban. He aired segments defending PolState.png Kyle Rittenhouse, a 17-year-old who shot 3 protesters, 2 fatally, in August 2020 in confrontations during the Kenosha unrest after the WhitePolice.png police shooting of Jacob Blake, an AfricanAmerican.png African American man. Rittenhouse was later found not guilty on all charges.

    Carlson initially aired segments that warned viewers about COVID-19 and allegedly influenced then-president Trumpism.png Donald Trump to take the virus more seriously. However, by May 2020, he began to question the severity of the virus and started to oppose COVID-19 restrictions and protocols such as lockdowns, social distancing, and mask mandates. In 2021 and 2022, he cast doubt on the effectiveness of masks and vaccines and blamed Scientocracy Small.png Anthony Fauci for contributing to the creation of the virus. Carlson has touted the anti-parasite medication ivermectin as a possible COVID-19 treatment, though the FDA has warned against its use. He has ridiculed people who wore masks outdoors, calling them "zealots and neurotics", and believed that children wearing masks were child abuse.

    In September 2020, around two months before the general election, Carlson told viewers that Demcr.png Democrats were promoting mail-in voting to create uncertainty and warned of alleged voter fraud. After Bidenism.png Joe Biden won the election, Carlson escalated his false allegations of voter fraud. In February 2021, around a month after the January 6 United States Capitol attack, after U.S. attorney general nominee Krit.png Merrick Garland pledged at his confirmation hearing to supervise the prosecution of Whitesup.png "white supremacists and others" who participated in the attack, Carlson denied that supremacists were involved. PolitiFact rated his claim false since several rioters are confirmed to have ties with white supremacist groups. In June 2021, Carlson promoted a conspiracy theory that alleged that January 6 storming was a "false flag" FBI operation intended to "suppress political dissent". In February 2022, the RepubUS.png Republican National Committee called the January 6 Capitol attack "legitimate political discourse" and censured then-Representatives Necon.png Liz Cheney and Liberalconservative.png Adam Kinzinger.

    Carlson supported Trumpism.png Donald Trump's expansion of the Mexico-United States barrier, dictating a well was necessary to "restore sovereignty" to the border. He is a heavy critic of immigration, opposing both illegal and legal immigration. Carlson is critical of Muslim 2.png Islam and has hosted guests who do the same. Whitesup.png White grievance politics is a common theme in Carlson's commentary. Some sources such as CNN.png CNN and Lib.png The Washington Post have accused Carlson of being racist. Carlson has repeatedly denied any accusations of Racism.png racism.

    In 2019, several days after a mass shooting in El Paso, Texas that resulted in 23 people killed and an additional 23 individuals wounded, which was a committed by an Ecofash.png Eco-Fascist who released a hispanophobic manifesto where he complained of a "Hispanic invasion" as well as the promotion of the Whitesup.png Great Replacement and White Genocide conspiracy theories on QAnonism.png 8chan, Carlson dismissed Whitesup.png white supremacy as a "hoax" and "a conspiracy theory used to divide the country and keep a hold on power".[24]

    In May 2022, after a mass shooting left 10 people killed and another 3 wounded, in which the Poltard.png shooter cited the Whitesup.png Great Replacement and White Genocide conspiracy theories in a manifesto that blamed AfricanAmerican.png blacks he posted on 4chan.png 4chan, Carlson claimed that he was unfamiliar with the conspiracies, despite previously mentioning them by name on his show and alleged the idea of forced demographic change by Demcr.png Democrats and "the left" over 400 times on his show.[25]

    Trumppaleocon.png Greeneism

    Greeneism, another offshoot of Trumpism, is based on the political beliefs of Georgia congresswoman Trumppaleocon.png Marjorie Taylor Greene. Greene won her congressional seat in 2020 in a landslide victory, running as a staunch supporter of Trump despite not officially being endorsed by him.

    She identifies as a ChristNat.png Christian nationalist and has declared her intention to push the RepubUS.png Republican Party further right. She has previously expressed belief in QAnonism.png QAnon conspiracy theories and has linked the Demcr.png Democratic Party to "Child Sex, Satanism, and the Occult", she distanced herself from QAnon once she started running for Congress.

    Greene holds Plcn2.png paleoconservative views, strongly opposing AntiAntiAbortion.png abortion, Blm.png Black Lives Matter, Covidism-icon.png Covid-19 restrictions, Gay.png LGBT+ rights, Cball-NATO.png NATO, Necon.png neoconservatism, and Zio.png Zionism.

    On her first day of office, she wore a "Trump won" mask, and on the second day of Bidenism.png Joe Biden's presidency, she filed articles of impeachment against him, alleging abuse of power. Greene was briefly a member of the Committee on the Budget and the Committee on Education and Labor before she was removed from all committee assignments on February 4, 2021, for remarks she had made against AfricanAmerican.png African Americans, Zio.png Jews, and Muslim 2.png Muslims prior to her election.

    In February 2022, Greene was a surprise guest speaker at a Whitesup.png white nationalist political conference hosted by Fuente.png Nick Fuentes.

    During the 2022 Cball-Russia.png Russian invasion of Cball-Ukraine.png Ukraine, Greene allegedly promoted Russian propaganda and praised Putin.png Vladimir Putin.

    Fuente.png Groyperism

    Groyperism, another offshoot of Paleoconservatism, represents the ideology of Cball-US.png American Whitesup.png white supremacist, political commentator, and live streamer, Fuente.png Nicholas J. Fuentes as well as his Fuentesism.png followers, referred to as "Groypers". The Groypers are extremely conservative and critical of more mainstream conservative organizations, which they believe to be insufficiently nationalist and pro-white. The group opposes Multicult.png immigration, Zio.png Zionism, World.png Globalism, Antiporn.png pornography, AntiAntiAbortion.png abortion, Fem.png Feminism, Gay.png LGBT+ rights, and welcoming Hcon.png LGBT+ conservatives in the RepubUS.png Republican Party. They are also part of the much broader Altr.png Alt-Right.

    In the fall of 2019, popular political commentator Charlie Kirk launched a college speaking tour with Turning Point USA titled "Culture War," featuring himself alongside such guests as Senator Rand Paul, Donald Trump Jr., Kimberly Guilfoyle, Lara Trump, and Congressman Dan Crenshaw. In retaliation for the firing of St. Clair and the Politicon incident, Fuentes subsequently began organizing a social media campaign asking his followers to go to Kirk's events and ask provocative and controversial leading questions regarding his stances on Multicult.png immigration, Cball-US.png Israel, and Gay.png LGBT rights during the question-and-answer sessions, for the purpose of exposing Kirk as a "fake conservative".

    ZoomerPaleocon.png Doyleism/Heck Off, Commie Thought

    Doyleism, another offshoot of Paleoconservatism, is the social-political outlook of John Doyle and his followers. They are a group adjacent of the Groypers who take a less critical approach and seem to play more friendly with the establishment.

    Doyle largely encourages an outlook of SocialConservative.png social conservatism, Nation.png nationalism, Anti-LGBT.png Anti-LGBTQ, Isolationist.png non-interventionist foreign policy, Catheo.png Social Catholicism, and practical conservatism to a younger audience.

    Russell Kirk.png Russell Kirk Thought


    GHF.png Westboro Baptist Church Thought

    Westboro Baptist Church Thought represents the ideology of the Westboro Baptist Church, sometimes abbreviated as WBC, located in Topeka, Kansas. Adhering to Calvinist Theocracy.png Five-point Calvinism, the church believes in limited atonement, unconditional election, and the double predestination of both the saved and the damned.

    WBC is well known for its Anti-LGBT.png Anti-LGBT+ rhetoric, but they also engage in rhetoric against Zio.png Jews, Atheist.png atheists, Muslim 2.png Muslims, and several Christy.png Christian denominations including Catheo.png Catholics, Methodist Theocracy.png Methodists, ProtTheo.png Episcopalians, Lutheran Theocracy.png Lutherans, Prestheo.png Presbyterians, Baptist.png Northern and Southern Baptists, Mormon.png Mormons, and Assembly of God Pentecostals.

    WBC is also known for daily picketing in Topeka, Kansas as well as other parts of the Cball-US.png United States. The church has occasionally protested outside of the country too, though they have been banned from two of those countries. In 2008, Cball-Canada.png Canadian officials discovered that WBC planned on staging a protest at the funeral of Tim McLean, a Winnipeg resident who was killed while riding on a bus. The motive of the protest was to blame the man's death on Canadian laws regarding abortion, homosexuality, and divorce and sees the killing as an act of punishment from God. In response, WBC was banned from entering the country.[26] In February 2009, Cball-UK.png British news sources picked up the signal of WBC's motivation to protest a youth production of The Laramie Project, located at Queen Mary's College in Basingstoke, Hampshire, scheduled to occur on February 20, 2009. Members of Parliament, Gay.png LGBT+ groups, and lobbyists reached out to British Home Secretary, Jacqui Smith, requesting WBC be barred from entering the Cball-UK.png United Kingdom, citing Anti-LGBT.png hatred towards LGBT+ people. On February 18, 2009, two days before the scheduled picketing date, The Home Office permanently banned all members of WBC from stepping foot in the United Kingdom.

    WBC gained national notoriety in 1998 when they picketed the funeral of Gay Men.png Matthew Shepard, a college student from Laramie, Wyoming who was bound and beaten to death by two men, allegedly motivated by his homosexuality.[27]

    WBC is labelled as an Anti-LGBT.png Anti-LGBTQ hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.[28]

    Since 2004, over 20 members of WBC, the majority of whom being family members, left the organization as well as the Phelps family. Many of those who left have accused WBC of brainwashing. Mark Phelps, a son of WBC's founder, Fred Phelps, left the organization in 1973, citing abuse. Mark was later re-baptized in a Christy.png local church in 1994. Nathan Phelps, also a son of Fred Phelps, left WBC on his 18th birthday in 1976, citing abuse by his father.[29] Libby Phelps-Alvarez, a granddaughter of the late Fred Phelps and daughter of Fred Phelps Jr. left WBC in 2009. She is now an advocate for Gay.png LGBT+ equality. Megan Phelps-Roper, as well as her sister Grace Phelps, both left Westboro in 2012 and explained their reason as well as her experiences in a TED talk.[30] Zach Phelps-Roper, the grandson of Fred Phelps, left WBC in 2014 after attempting to leave five times previously after his views became at odds with the church. Danielle Phelps, a granddaughter of Fred Phelps, left WBC in 2014 shortly after her grandfather's death. She is openly Les.png lesbian and shortly after leaving the church, joined the United States Marine Corps.

    In 2008, Lauren Drain was excommunicated from the Westboro Baptist Church.

    3perc.png Three Percenterism

    Three Percenterism is an offshoot of paleoconservatism based on the far-right anti-government militia, Three Percenters, sometimes styled as 3 Percenters, III Percenters, 3%ers, and III%ers. The groups supports GRights.png the right to own firearms and ChristNat.png Christian Nationalism, dreaming of a purely Chirstian country.[31] The organization also advocated resistance to the United States federal government as well as opposition to Muslim 2.png Islam and Atheism.png atheism. Its name is derived from the erroneous claim that "...the active forces in the field against the King's tyranny never amounted to more than 3% of the colonists..." during the American Revolution.

    The Three Percenters were founded in 2008 by 3perc.png Michael Brian Vanderboegh as an impetus for the election of Obamium.png Barack Obama. Members believed that Obama's presidency would lead to increased government interference, particularly when it comes to GRights.png gun ownership.

    While the militia officially states that they do not discriminate against anyone, some of its members are Whitesup.png white supremacists.[32]

    Several members of the Three Percenters participated in the January 6 United States Capitol attack in 2021. Several people affiliated with the movement have been arrested for their roles in the attack. One member, Revcon.png Guy Reffitt from Wylie, Texas, wore body armor and carried a handgun, with the intention of removing Speaker of the House Synclib.png Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader McConnell.png Mitch McConnell from the premises. He was found guilty on five charges and was sentenced to over seven years in prison. In June 2021, four men with ties to the movement and two other men associated with them were indicted by a grand jury for "conspiring to obstruct congressional proceedings". All six men pled not guilty.[33]

    The national militia dissolved on February 21, 2021, although local groups continue. On June 25, 2021, The Cball-Canada.png Canadian government designated the Three Percenters as a Terrorist.png terrorist organization.

    Wallace.png George Wallace Thought

    George Wallace Thought, a Dixiecrat.png Dixiecrat variant of paleoconservatism, is based on the ideology of former Cball-Alabama.png Alabama governor, Wallace.png George Corley Wallace Jr. Wallace was infamous for his staunch support for Racism.png racial segregation and Rpop-tinfoilhat.png populism.

    Wallace ran for the governorship in 1958, downplaying racial issues and focusing on increased improvements to industry and the educational system, yet still losing to state attorney general Whitesup.png John Malcolm Patterson, who ran with the support of the KKK.png Ku Klux Klan. After his crushing defeat, Wallace hardened his views on segregation.

    Wallace ran for governor again in 1962 and won, running on a viscerally segregationist platform. Wallace served four terms: one from 1963 to 1967, two from 1971 to 1979, and one from 1983 to 1987.

    Wallace took the oath of office on January 14, 1963, standing on the exact same spot as Cball-CSA.png Jefferson Davis when he was sworn in as President of the Confederate States of America nearly 102 years earlier. During his 1963 inaugural address, he became notorious for saying the phrase: "segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever".

    In September 1963, Wallace attempted to stop four AfricanAmerican.png African American students from enrolling in four separate elementary schools in Huntsville, Alabama.[34]

    Wallace initiated a community college system that has now spread throughout Alabama, preparing many students to complete four-year degrees at many universities throughout the state. Moreover, several universities are named after him or his immediate relatives.

    Wallace was unable to run for re-election in 1966, due to term limits. Therefore, he offered his wife, Confem.png Lurleen Wallace, a surrogate candidacy for governor. She won the Demcr.png Democratic primary with 54.1% of the vote and later won the general election with 63.88% of the vote. She died in office in 1968.

    Wallace ran for President of the United States in 1964, 1972, and 1976, though his 1968 presidential campaign was his most successful. In 1968, Wallace ran for President of the United States under the Whitesup.png American Independent Party ticket. Wallace's platform included ending all federal efforts at desegregation, expanding the benefits of Social Security and Medicare, withdrawing from Cball-SouthVietnam.png Vietnam if the Vietnam War was not winnable within 90 days, and strident PolState.png law and order. RepubUS.png Republican presidential candidate Nixon.png Richard Nixon, who also campaigned on law and order, worried that Wallace's firebrand Southern populism would split the Conserv.png conservative vote and lead to the Demcr.png Democratic presidential candidate, Soclib.png Hubert Humphery winning the presidency. Coincidentally, Democrats worried that Wallace's appeal to Synd.png members of trade unions would split the Democratic vote and lead to Nixon winning the presidency. Nixon won the presidency with 301 electoral votes and 43.4% of the popular vote. Humphrey placed second with 191 electoral votes and 42.7% of the popular vote. Wallace finished third with 46 electoral votes and 13.5% of the popular vote, Despite losing the general election, Wallace easily won the Deep South, carrying the states of Cball-Alabama.png Alabama, Cball-Arkansas.png Arkansas, Cball-USGeorgia.png Georgia, Cball-Louisiana.png Louisiana, and Cball-Mississippi.png Mississippi.

    In 1970, Wallace run for a second term for Governor against incumbent Soclib.png Albert Brewer. Wallace aired political advertisements on television as part of his campaign which later U.S. President JimmyCarter.png Jimmy Carter would describe as "one of the most racist campaigns in modern southern political history".[35] Wallace narrowly won the Demcr.png Democratic nomination and later won the general election by a landslide.

    Although Wallace promised to not run for president for a third time, he later changed his mind and on January 13, 1972, declared himself a candidate, running as a Demcr.png Democrat. During this time, Wallace begins the process of Moder.png moderating his views on race, discontinuing his prior support for segregation while still fiercely opposing desegregation busing. On May 15, 1972, Wallace was shot by Arthur Bremer while campaigning at the Laurel Shopping Center in Laurel, Maryland. At the time, he was getting high ratings in nationwide opinion polls. One of the bullets lodged in Wallace's spinal cord, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down and in pain for the rest of his life. The assassination attempt was caught on film.

    While in the hospital, Wallace was visited by Libfem.png Shirley Chrisholm, A Demcr.png Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives representing New York's 12th Congressional District. At the time, Chrisholm was the nation's sole AfricanAmerican.png African American female member of Congress. In spite of their ideological differences, Chrisholm believed that visiting Wallace was the right thing to do. President Nixon.png Nixon and Vice President Klep.png Spiro Agnew also visited Wallace. In addition, he received telegrams from former President Lyndon B. Johnson.png Lyndon Johnson, Cball-California.png California governor Reagan.png Ronald Reagan and Catheo.png Pope Paul VI. Although Wallace won the Democratic primaries in Maryland and Cball-Michigan.png Michigan, the shooting effectively shut down his campaign.

    By the late 1970s, Wallace made a complete reversal of his stance on race, apologized to black civil rights leaders for his past actions and views as a segregationist, and became a born-again Christian.

    Wallace ran for governor for the last time in 1982. His main opponents were Lieutenant Governor Soclib.png George McMillan and Speaker of the Alabama House of Representatives Pop.png Joe McCorquodale. Wallace won the Demcr.png Democratic primary and later the general election, narrowly defeating Birmingham Mayor Fiscon.png Emory Folmar. This election was the RepubUS.png Alabama Republican Party's best performance in the gubernatorial election since Reconstruction.

    Wallace was sworn in for his final term as Governor on January 17, 1983. During his final tenure, he appointed a record number of AfricanAmerican.png African Americans to state positions, two of whom were appointed as members of the same cabinet, the first time in Cball-Alabama.png Alabamian history. On April 2, 1986, Wallace announced that he would not seek re-election. Wallace left office on January 19, 1987. Wallace died on September 13, 1998, from sepsis. At 5,848 days, Wallace is currently the third longest-serving governor in Cball-US.png U.S. history.


    Older Paleoconservatives usually act like the stereotypical Southern Christy.png Christian boomer crank, ranting about how Globeball.png Globalists and Gay.png LGBT+ people are trying to destroy their Trad.png Traditional American values and promote Satan.png Satanic degeneracy. They tend to be extremely politically incorrect and are cause for much criticism for being perceived & labeled as "racist", "homophobic", "anti-Semitic" etc.

    Younger Paleoconservatives such as Fuente.png Nicholas J. Fuentes and his followers called "The Groypers" stay mostly consistent with the former, but with a modern Gen Z(oomer) sense of humor, spending heavy amounts of time trolling online, occasionally does Gamer.png live gaming streaming via AF shows They (like the former older generation Paleocons) are often extremely politically incorrect and labeled by the mainstream media as Racenat.png racist, Mansphere.png sexist, Anti-LGBT.png homophobic, xenophobic, white Whitesupmega.png nationalist/supremacists, bigots, etc.

    How to Draw

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    2. Color the bottom third in dark blue.
    3. Color the top two thirds with alternating red and white stripes (13 total).
    4. Draw three white stars in the bottom third.
    5. Draw a mammoth in the middle.
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    Family, Mates, and Patriots

    • Conserv.png Conservatism Con-t.png - A great adversary in the march back to traditional values and a strong nation!
    • Trad.png Traditionalism - Perfect, someone who admires and protects traditional values. Back in my day, society was much saner than it is today.
    • Libcon.png Libertarian Conservatism - Ron Paul is an admirable Modnat.png patriot and I respect his views. Although I do wish he embraced the state more.
    • Paleolib.png Paleolibertarianism - Fellow Old Right member! But state influence to protect society is needed, y'know?
    • Natlib.png National Libertarianism - The best kind of libertarian but you should embrace the state more.
    • American Patriotism.png Patriotism - Ah, a true patriot! America First!
    • Rpop-tinfoilhat.png Right-Wing Populism - DOWN WITH THE KINGMAKERS!
    • Tradcon.png Classical Conservatism - My Brit grandfather taught me the importance of traditional conservative values. But some of you are too pro-imperialist.
    • Christianright.png Christian Right - and ProtTheo.png Protestant Theocracy - America was founded as a Christian nation, specifically a Protestant nation.
    • TradCath.png Traditionalist Catholicism - I'm starting to take a liking to this strand of Catholicism, and I'm also gaining support from you guys thanks to people like Buchanan.png Pat and Fuente.png Nick.
    • Protect.png Protectionism - BRING BACK OUR JOBS!
    • Isolation.png Isolationism Isolationist.png - BRING BACK OUR TROOPS!
    • Natcon.png National Conservatism - BRING BACK OUR BORDERS!
    • Authoritarian Conservatism.png Authoritarian Conservatism - Fellow conservative lover of state power harnessed to actively uphold our civilization.
    • EndecjaPix.png National Democracy - My Polish self, which is ultra-based and epic, to say the least.
    • 3princ.png Tridemism - A good friend and comrade-in-arms of John Birch.
    • Mansphere.png Manosphere - A valuable ally against the hordes of degenerates and feminists.
    • RPUSA.png Perotism - A moderate but very good ally of Buchanan.
    • Mat.png Maternalism - All women should be housewives.
    • Korwinism-Pikselart.png Korwinism - Based Pole, he's "groping" lefties and neocucks just perfectly.

    Bearable Fellas or Misguided

    • Jacksonian Democracy.png Jacksonian Democracy - I wouldn’t have anything against you if you weren't an Imperialist.
    • Whitesup.png White Nationalism - Groypers, Fuentes, AIP, Buchanan, and Wallace like you but the rest doesn't. Also, many of you supported imperialism and you're now very bad for PR.
    • Conlib.png Conservative Liberalism - Good for a liberal. For a conservative, shameful. Burke was a great influence, but Churchill was cringe in terms of imperialism (just read Pat's book and you'll see). Prager and Morrison suck.
    • Nalib.png National Liberalism - A bit weaker version of the above but gonna give credit to UKIP for opposing Neocuckservatism and standing up to Zelensky despite being indifferent on The issues with sodomities. That Taiwanese Libtard Hawk guy is especially annoying.
    • Reactlib.png Reactionary Liberalism - A more extreme version of conlib, argues with me on free trade vs protectionism. Griley and Bolsonaro are terrible.
    • Altl.png Alt-Lite - Alt-what? There is no such thing as alt-left or alt-right, so stop spending time online & get back to the factory. (some are too sympathetic to neocon, though)
    • Altr.png Alt-Right - While you may have normalized my ideology among today's youth, I really think you need to take some time off the internet and gaming, kid... (also, stop apologia for Nazi imperialists)
    • Gamer.png Gamers - They need to play a LOT less. Video games turn their brains into mush! Though the way that the Fuente.png Groypers troll online is based.
    • Patcon.png Paternalistic Conservatism - You're a good patriot but you're a little too red. I understand why my non-American counterparts support you through. Also, Tucker Carlson is EXTREMELY BASED except for the part where he praised imperialists!!!
    • WelfChauvin.png Welfare Chauvinism - You're too nationalistic even by my standards and your policy is also a bit too red. But you really like Tucker too, so I guess you're alright.
    • Libertarian.png Libertarianism - Fine people with some great ideas but they don't like the state much and are not conservative enough... and Stone and Parker are degenerates.
    • Ancapf.png Anarcho-Capitalism - Same as above but even wackier, Rothbard was a good friend.
    • React.png Reactionarism - I get that you want to turn things back, but I’m more fond of the 1950s, 1920s, and 1880s than any time period before those particular decades. Also, I'm not sure why Fuente.png he calls himself a "12th-century man".
    • Soc21.png Socialism of the 21st Century - I am no fan of socialism, but many of you, such as Evo and Correa, are conservative, and we both agree America should not be imperialist.
    • Shapirocube.png Shapiroism - On the one hand, Fuente.png Fuentes hates you. But on the other hand, John Doyle thinks you've been a net positive on the conservative movement.[36] (Still a ziotard)
    • Consocf.png Conservative Socialism - Conservatism is great but why do you want to do that? Also no, Tucker is not a socialist, he's just a populist.
    • Ancon.png Anarcho-Conservatism - Based conservatism, but with anarchy for some reason? What's that all about?
    • Nazcap-Hat.png National Capitalism - Well, it depends: Pat Buchanan is a great man, but many of you, such as Videla and Barbie are cringe NATO simps, and the Wagner group is a frenemy due to being Putin's ally
    • Cball-Taliban.png Talibanism - Congratulations on steadfastly holding your line against those Neoliberal-icon.png interventionist Necon.png cucks! But, y'know, Islam is still an enemy of our civilization and unwelcome here (won't take any action against you)... Your attitudes towards Fem.png women and especially Gay.png f***ots are most definitely based, though. But you're too unhinged.
    • Indust.png Industrialism - BRING BACK OUR FACTORIES! Then I'm gonna like you once again.
    • Long.png Longism - A "commie" dictator, but I still remember when you gave me and my boys free books for schools...
    • Catheo.png Catholic Theocracy - Fuente.png Nick and Buchanan.png Pat like you but I prefer Protestantism over you. Cejrowski is kinda annoying. Though I also admire TradCath.png Traditionalist Catholicism.
    • Orth.png Orthodox Theocracy and Theodemocracy.png Theodemocracy - I like your attitude toward Les.png Gay.png Bix.png Trans.png Enby.png these guys, but I prefer Protestantism & Traditionalist Catholicism. Red Eagle Politics is based though.
    • Radfem.png Radical Feminism - Go back to where you belong, though we are worthy allies against Trans.png Gay.png these guys.
    • Eccon.png Eco-Conservatism and Envi.png Environmentalism - I agree with both of you on the fact that we must protect the environment. However, I also believe in limited government and therefore can't do very much about it. I still won't forgive that idiot Nixon for trampling on my rights!
    • Trumpism.png Trumpism - You had such promise, I thought you would be a true paleocon like us. But you still bombed Syria and Yemen and were a ziotard, there is a reason why Tucker turned on you. At least you implemented protectionism and removed trans people from the army (that I wanted to shrink anyway). Greene rules but stop hanging out with DeSantis, Pompeo, Mosbacher and Rubio. Bannon is still a Zionist fraud.
    • Putin.png Putinism - While Putin may be imperialist, I like how he triggers them libs and sodomites. The only reason you're our enemy is because Obuma and Sleepy Joe armed The Neo-Nazis in Ukraine. Many of my followers such as Ron Paul, Taylor Greene, Nick Fuentes and Tucker Carlson often defend his good actions from neocucks and neolibtards.
    • Kemal.png Kemalism - I like your fervent nationalism and how you dealt with imperialists and Islamist terrorists with your strict enforcement of Laicist laws, but you are still too progressive and pro-NATO for my liking.
    • Khom.png Khomeinism - I like how you annoy that Necon.png Neocuck and you seem more peaceful than the rest of the Middle East but I will never forgive your violence towards Christians (won't intervene anyways since that would be imperialism).
    • Juche.png Juche - You hate NATO and are protectionist, which is good. But socialism and weed are degenerate.
    • Dengf.png Dengism - Nixon allying with China was a mistake. But at least now you are becoming more conservative and cutting ties with neocucks. I wouldn't have taken any action against you anyway (outside of not trading with you and booting your tourists). And Fuentes wants you to reclaim Taiwan for some reason.
    • McInnes.png Gavin McInnes - You're great and support many Paleocons, but I'd like you more if you weren't such a Ziotard.
    • Hochi.png Ho Chi Minh Thought - Yes, I opposed the Vietnam War, but you are too progressive and too socialist. You thankfully later became more conservative, but sadly also pro-NATO.

    Degenerate Punks, Hippies, Stoners, RINOS, and other atrocities

    • Lib.png Liberalism - Curse you, and stop making the faqaaooreakin frogs homog*y!
    • Demcr.png Democratism - The SJWs are taking over America!!!!! Some of us have historically been a part of your party when it was much more conservative.
    • 3way.png Third Way - Woke imperialism is my worst nightmare.
    • Progress.png Progressivism - Are you triggered yet?
    • Ultraprogressivism.png Revolutionary Progressivism Altleft.png - Huh, so I guess "Alt-Left" is a thing... Now watch yourself you hippie trash, or I'll wash your damn mouth! You are right about imperialism though.
    • Marxlen.png Marxism–Leninism - Free speech is important but not gonna lie, I love it whenever you get censored. You're right about wars and Israel though, a broken clock is right twice a day. And I don't want anything done to stop you (besides building a bigger, badder wall on the border).
    • Neomarx.png Cultural Marxism Cult(((Marx)).png - No, the fact that you stopped trying to spark a revolution and now try to sneak through colleges is horrible, cancel culture and fluorinated water won't help you.
    • Statlib.png State Liberalism - This is the future that NeoLibtard.png neolibtards and Cult(((Marx)).png Cultural Marxists want!
    • Liberalconservative.png Liberal Conservatism - RINO trash!
    • Progconf.png Progressive Conservatism - Guess what guys, it's RINO hunting season!
    • Rockrep.png Rockefeller Republicanism - You paved the way for those RINOs and you're not even a conservative!
    • Hcon.png LGBT Conservatism Homocon.png - There's no such thing as a traditionalist f*g. Stop normalizing your sodomy propaganda to our children, you're not a real conservative, you are a RINO!
    • NatProg-0.png Bull Moose Progressivism -
    • Fuente.png Clerical Fascism.png Fuentesism.png you HACKED JOHN DOYLE PLUS OMEN : Nocap thinks your a pussy AND you’re A GAY CUCK WHO IS NOT FOR CONSERVING CHRISTIAN NORMS.

    Liberalconservative.png Progconf.png Rockrep.png LogCabin.png These RINOs exist, thanks to you, you imperialist cuck! I do agree that we need to be sympathetic to the environment, though the government should stay out of it.

    • Fem.png Feminism - Kitchen is where you belong, female. Also, women shouldn't say bad words; RT if you agree.
    • Confem.png Conservative Feminism - "Thank conservatism for women's rights"? WTF I'm a liberal now!
    • Cyberfem.png CyberFeminism - You are supposed to cook, not go online! The internet is rotting your brain, turning it into mush!
      • Cyberfem.png - Why would I need to cook? That process is already automated.
    • Necon.png Neoconservatism - Exactly what do you conserve? You're just a globalist who wants to take away my country. Also America First, not Israel First.
    • Trot.png Trotskyism - Neocon unmasked.
    • Posadist.png Posadism - Same as above but even worse.
    • Imp.png Imperialism - We don’t need an American empire. Be happy with what we have already. Though Tucker for some stupid reason said that Africans were better off under your rule, I would not under any circumstances actually do anything to restore empires. And I won't take action AGAINST imperialism (see: my stance on Putin), since that would make me like you.
    • Bhl.png Bleeding-Heart Libertarianism - Says that Christian paternalism and protectionism aren't something a small government does. Pssh, what does he know? At least he hates imperialism too.
    • Awaj.png Anarchism - Screw you, the state is awesome!
    • Globeball.png Globalism - Curse you, globetard! America First!
    • Neoliberal-icon.png Neoliberalism - Another Globetard.png globetard! Stop saying Reagan was a neoliberal, that's not true!!!
    • Zio.png Zionism - Stop making us waste tax dollars you tiny hat haver!!! Also Google: "Dancing Israelis".
    • Kahan.png Kahanism - Imperialist free-trader Ziotard. Nice cultural policies.
    • Falgsc.png FALGSC - ...are you not just the UN again? Anyways, bugger off, NOW!
    • Fut2.png Futurism - Modernist art at its worse, why do you hate everything that is good??
    • Anqueer.png Queer Anarchism - IS THAT MY STORE?
    • Libfem.png Liberal Feminism - I will personally disassemble the female-piloted drone, the symbol of f*minist imperialism.
    • Menslib.png Men's Liberation - Stay in your traditional Masculine role, and stop acting like Brat! FUCK YOU! Although SomeFuente.png of us take the "fuck you" part literally, lets not talk about that.
    • Pinkcap.png Pink Capitalism - Get your wokeness away from me.
    • Xenofeminism.png Xenofeminism - CRINGE TIMES TEN.
    • SecSat.png Atheistic Satanism - Satanism AND atheism? This is probabl- no DEFINITELY the worst ideology ever.
    • Satan.png Satanic Theocracy - God shall smite you off the face of the Earth!
    • Khrusch.png Khrushchevism - I'M NOT DRINKING YOUR CORN SYRUP!!! The only reason you are an enemy of America is that neocuck placed nukes in Turkey.
    • Annil.png Anarcho-Nihilism - Oh my lord! How DARE you insult my god! You're gonna burn in hell!
    • Christsoc.png Christian Socialism - Oh look, a literal commie with a cross.
    • Socdem.png Social Democracy and Dsa.png Democratic Socialism - GO AWAY FAR LEFT COMMIES!!! At least DSA is anti-imperialist.
    • Strato.png Stratocracy - Defund the army! No more wars!
    • Nazi.png National Socialism - I remember when I shot you down after you shot down my Friends!!!
    • DepopPosadist.png Demographic Posadism - "Isolated country with the capitalist economy will result in declining birthrates and collapse of the bourgeois system"? Are you serious? What are you trying to s...*looking at statistics*...Oh no! The USA is losing birthrates!
    • Mao.png Maoism - SJW marxist who allied with neocuck.
    • Avar.png Avaritionism - A damned, terrible, psychopathic maniac who still takes money for murders! You've got your fucking "stress-free upbringing"! How much do you charge for one murder?


    Further Information









    Online Communities




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    2. [1]
    3. Carlson has used talking points from both the political left (on the issue of class and economic inequality) and right (on cultural issues).
    4. As Fuentes endorsed Laura Loomer, part of America First who is of Jewish descent, for Congress in the 2022 mid-term elections
    5. https://www.dailydot.com/debug/nick-fuentues-mocked-kiss-incel/
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    9. Despite self-identifying as paleoconservative in the past and supporting many of them, McInnes has described himself as "vehemently pro-Israel," putting him against the majority of paleoconservatives who oppose Zionism.
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