The "Alt Right"
An eclectic and loose coalescence of political and ideological tendencies united by their rejection of mainstream conservatism.
Believe that nationhood is defined by race and ethnicity . The believe in the superiority of the white race, and many share a goal of establishing a white ethno state.
Robert Spencer - President of Washington Summit Publishers and the National Policy Institute, a white nationalist think tank. Credited by many as inventing the term "alt-right."
Jared Taylor - Founder and editor of American Renaissance magazine, a white supremacist publication. Author and board member of the Council of Conservative Citizens.
Peter Brimelow - Founding member of VDARE web magazine. Former editor at Forbes, the Financial Post, and National Review magazine.
Greg Johnson - Editor-in-Chief of Counter Currents Publishing, a major media force of the alt right.
Colin Liddell - Assistant Editor of alternative-right.Blogspot.com. Currently the host of the Occidental Observer - "White Identity, Interests and Culture.
The Alt Light
Civic nationalists opposed to economic globalization. Upholders of the superiority of “Western” culture and values. They oppose feminism and political correctness, and believe a multi-racial state can be built on these principles .
Steve Bannon - Chief Strategist and Sr. Counselor to Donald Trump and former Executive Chairman of Breitbart News.
Sebastian Gorka - Deputy Assistant to the President born in the UK to Hungarian parents, lived in Hungary from 1992 to 2008, and in 2012 became a naturalized American citizen. Served as Advisor to Victor Orban, Hungarian President and strongman. Editor for national security affairs for the Breitbart News Network,
Jonathon Haidt - A social psychologist and Professor of Ethical Leadership at New York University and author. Haidt is not a self proclaimed white nationalist, however his works on the psychology of morality and moral emotions are academic staples among the alt-right.
Milo Yiannopoules - A self-described "cultural libertarian" the British media personality has been a leading apologist for the alt- right. Until February 2017 he was a senior editor for Breitbart News. A fixture on the college speaking circuit, Yiannopoules was recently banned from Twitter after suggesting that sexual relationships between 13-year-old boys and adult men and women can be "perfectly consensual" and positive experiences for the boys,
Peter Theil - German-American entrepreneur, hedge fund manager, venture capitalist, philanthropist, political activist, and author. Helped found Pay Pal. Member of Trump Transition Team
The Neoreactionaries NRx
The neoreactionary movement (a.k.a. neoreaction, NRx,) is a loosely-defined cluster of Internet-based political thinkers who wish to return society to forms of government older than liberal democracy. They generally present their views as a revival of the traditions of Western civilization, or a return to a natural order of things.
Michael Anissimov -Media director for the Machine Intelligence Research Institute. Writes on futurists issues and technology. An anti-democrat who believes old aristocratic orders were more stable than capitalist system.
Curtis Yarvin - Computer scientist and political theorist who blogs under the under name Mencius Molbug. His controversial writings on race and IQ, slavery and Jewish issues are staple works on the alt right.
Nick Land - English philosopher and writer. Theorist of the "Dark Enlightenment," a "neoreactionary" philosophy that opposes egalitarianism, promotes monarchical rule.
The term generally refers to today's Neo Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan. The number 14 refers to the first fourteen words of the Neo Nazi slogan "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children." The second part of the number 88, is a reference to the 8th letter of the alphabet. Thus, 88 becomes "HH" which signifies "Heil Hitler."
Matthew Heimback - is considered a "new generation" white supremacist leader of the Traditionalist Youth Network and Donald Trump supporter. A video of Heimback shoving a woman protestor from Black Lives Matter at a Trump rally in Louisville, Kentucky was widely televised.
Andrew Anglin - New generation founder of the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer website. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Daily Stormer is the most visited "hate group" website in America and had 300,000 registered users in 2015.
Donald "Don" Black - White nationalist and white supremacist and founder, and current webmaster, of the Stormfront internet forum. He was a Grand Wizard in the Ku Klux Klan and a member of the American Nazi Party in the 1970s.[ He was convicted in 1981 for an attempted armed overthrow of the government in the island of Dominica in violation of the U.S. Neutrality Act
The "Manosphere" - The manosphere is a name given to a loose and informal network of blogs, websites, and internet commentators that focus on issues relating to men and masculinity, often in opposition to feminism or as a male counterpart to it. Many of these are male-only spaces.
HBD - (Human Biodiversity) - The deformed ideological stepchild to eugenics. HBD refers to the "scientifically proven" (read apolitical) genetic differences between groups of humans. For example, it purports to offer empirical data explaining why, Black people have lower IQ scores than whites.