Saturday, January 6, 2018

Dennis Fetcho, Inside the Eye - Live! 2018.01.06


Dennis Fetcho, aka "The Fetch", is an American ex-patriot living in Amman, Jordan.  He is the author of the Illuminatus Observor, a blog regarded by many as simply the finest Hermetic Qaballa blog in all of blogdom. The Fetch also has a second site called "Inside The Eye - Live!" 

Hour 1 - The Jewish Led Daily Stormer
Hour 2 - The Caustic Reality of Israel First Politicians
Hour 3 - Failures of Black Run Cities and Listener Calls





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4 comments:

Voltman said...

Good show from the Fetch (I preferred the second half) and a very interesting caller at the end of the show.

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I came across an article from August 29, 2016 that got me going again:

Meet the Paleoconservative who coined the term "alternative-right" - By Helen Chernikoff

https://forward.com/news/national/348372/meet-the-jewish-paleoconservative-who-coined-the-term-alternative-right/

"The term “alt-right” is a hipper-sounding version of the original notion of the “alternative right,” which Paul Gottfried, a Jewish academic, coined in 2008.'

Hipper? Says who?
Alt-right is not " hip". It's lazy.
It's unimaginative, poetically incorrect, limiting, pigeon-holing, hard to pronounce, dumb.

The original version, we are told, appeared in 2008. I don't think so.

Coined by a Jewish academic? Whatever! They do coin a lot of counterfeit terms, don't they?

"Today his notion — of a new home for conservatives who saw themselves as too extreme for the mainstream movement — has become the “alt-right,” whose adherents include a range of racists, from white separatists to neo-Nazis. Here’s a few facts about the Jew behind the coinage so cherished by anti-Semites." - Helen Chernikoff

Flush your assumptions down the toilet, Helen Jerkinoff; you're wasting my time and trying my patience. Webpages should be filled with the truth that is censored by your fellow hippocritters rather than your superficial boasting.

That goes for all the fake journalists, narrative manipulators and shameless liars including lies by omission.

Who did 911 Mrs. Jerkinoff ?

Are you up to speed on the federal reserve banking racket?

How about Fukushima, chemtrails, weather warfare, poison vaccines that cause autism, sterilize and wreck the immune system, the fake media, like you?

How's Michael Jerkoff doing these days, Helen?

Find yourself a real job Helen, like planting carrots.

Hasta la pasta,

Voltman

https://forward.com/news/national/348372/meet-the-jewish-paleoconservative-who-coined-the-term-alternative-right/


zapoper said...

"The original version, we are told, appeared in 2008. I don't think so. "


I don't think so either. When I came back from a seven month break in June 2016, I was hearing "Alt-right" this and "alt-right" that allover the place which I had never heard before. It seems to me that it was made up before or during the 2016 presidential election or at the very least is when it became a "meme".

blake121666 said...

Richard Spencer coined the term "Alt-Right" with Paul Gotfried. It was originially just using the term "Alternative Right" such as this 2008 column by Spencer at Taki's:

http://takimag.com/article/the_conservative_write

Go to the last paragraph for an example of his usage of "Alternative Right".

This "Alternative Right" term was bandied about for awhile. For instance:

http://takimag.com/article/the_alternative_right

In 2010, Spencer left Taki's:

http://takimag.com/article/so_long_farewell

to start a webzine called "The Alternative Right" with money from VDARE's Peter Brimelow.

https://www.irehr.org/2014/06/27/who-is-richard-spencer/

This webzine on and off used the "Alt-Right" label and ended up sticking with that term eventually.

The term "Alt-Right" was DEFINITELY in heavy usage before the June 2016 zapoper mentions. Maybe it never caught on in Canada until then; but I'd reckon the very heavy usage to have started about 6 months or so after Spencer was deported from Hungary for the NPI Conference he held in Bucharest in 2014.

So I am guessing that 2015 is around the time that "Alt-Right" was essentially established as brand name and picked up steam up through the 2016 elections and to today.

blake121666 said...

BTW, I'm no fan of the dunce Spencer; but am interested in the "Alt-Right" movement that he is said to head (unfortunately). My post might've given the wrong impression about that. Spencer is an airhead and comes across to me as a spoiled rich kid - which would be fine if he weren't such an idiot.