Essay:The Far-Right Slur

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Liberal establishment Wikipedia has referred to several right-wing populists and movement conservatives as "far-right," including the Rebel Media[1] and several current and former employees/contributors.[2][3][4] The article of Australian journalist Stefan Molyneux states that he, "is a far-right, white nationalist Canadian podcaster and YouTuber who is known for his promotion of scientific racism and white supremacist views."[5] This is probably for his views on race and IQ, even though he believes that East Asians and Ashkenazi Jews are above average Caucasians on the hierarchy.[1] The encyclopedia repeatedly refers to the Proud Boys as a "neo-fascist" organization,[6] along with calling Patriot Prayer "far-right" as well.[7]

Don't get me wrong, the far-right does exist, white supremacists who attack Jews, black people, and immigrants and openly sympathize with Nazis. They're small and dying, but they're there. They're those people who constantly attack actual right-wingers.

Let me give you some examples. Anti-Semitic YouTuber "Squatting Slav" has published two videos purporting that Lauren Southern is either Jewish or controlled by Jews, that she is either silenced and manipulated by Jewish globalists or she works for the supposedly nefarious Jews as a form of opportunism to advance her own petty interests. Altright.com published an article positing similar theories about identitarian Faith Goldy. Squatting Slav also, in one of the aforementioned videos, hurled anti-Semitic slurs at the Rebel Media. Stormfront insulted and mocked Tommy Robinson after his second imprisonment, accusing him of "get[ting] himself arrested." They also, while mocking him, mentioned with great disdain the fact that he identifies as a Zionist. Andrew Anglin, notorious Jew-hater and founder of the neo-Nazi publication the Daily Stormer, when President Donald Trump retweeted an evangelical Christian who referred to him as the "King of the Jews" and a "Jewish God," attempted to equate the latter with, "the antiChrist." As if the Messiah of the Jews is some kind of primary demon, rather than the same as the Messiah of the Christians! And also as if Donald Trump thought of himself as some kind of antiChrist. David Duke has referred to "the Great Betrayal" with regard to President Trump's support of Israel, specifically his decision to congratulate PM Netanyahu on his re-election in 2019.

But never mind those few crackpots. Overall, the far-right is relatively miniscule, although it can leave a lot of damage and receives a massive amount of media attention. Those on the right are, without pause, constantly and continuously demonized by those on the left. Right-wingers are consistently labelled by leftists with manufactured buzzwords like, "transphobe," "Islamophobe," "classist," "ableist," and, to an extent, "homophobe." They are also labelled with genuinely loaded terms with extremely negative connotations: "racist," "sexist," "misogynist," "xenophobe," "anti-Semite," even "bigot." But also, those on the political right are labelled and libelled with terms like, "white nationalist," "white supremacist," "fascist," "Nazi," and, of course, "far-right." Actually, of the terms listed, "far-right" is probably the least offensive. But all those terms, all those disgusting, libellous words and phrases, are part of the "far-right slur." In fact, "right-wing" is beginning to be used as a slur (as though there is anything wrong with being on the political right).

I am speaking as a proud Zionist Gentile who even believes Holocaust denial should be illegal! The five terms, "white nationalist," "white supremacist," "fascist," "Nazi," and "far-right," along with several other terms both listed and not listed here, are used to demonize right-wingers, non-establishment conservatives, and classical liberals. It is all part of a harmful infectious disease called, "political correctness," and an aggressive psychological condition called, "Trump Derangement Syndrome." We are currently facing a global epidemic of both.

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