Colin Liddell is a reasonably central altright figure who edits (with Andy Nowicki) and regularly contributes to Alternative Right, where he argues for instance that European colonialism of Africa should be seen as a “vote of confidence” in the “Black man”: “Sadly, the Africans are terrible producers, lacking the precision, conscientiousness, group ethic, and self-sacrificing qualities needed to constitute a hard-working, reliable industrial population. Not to mention the issue of IQ! They are equally inept when it comes to consumption, and not only because of their proverbial penury and otherwise laudable penchant for reusing every piece of junk that comes their way. Even when they have money to burn, they seem more attracted to simple bling than to acquiring the wide variety of gizmos, gadgets, home appliances, bric-a-brac, and exotic interests that support vast export industries.” In 2012 Liddell wrote “Is Black Genocide Right?” for the website, where he claimed that the black race “has contributed almost nothing to the pool of civilization” and asked “whether Black Genocide is something worth considering”. Even Alternative Right eventually took down that one.
At least Liddell has criticized Andrew Anglin of The Daily Stormer (for tone; content: not so much), concluding that “it is hard not to conclude that Anglin is a paid shill and agent provocateur, whose purpose is simply to infest and discredit White nationalism.” Methinks the Alternative Right discredits white nationalism all right on its own.
Diagnosis: We really cannot be bothered to wade through this kind of intellectual sewage, but suppose you’ve got the picture. Dangerous.
You are aware he's not American, but a Brit expat living in Japan?ReplyDelete
Nope, wasn't. It's not like he's got a wikipedia page, and there was a limit to how deep I could be bothered to dig into his stuff. Oh, well. Even if he's disqualified for an entry on technical grounds, he's clearly a loonDelete
The guy is my cousin, unfortunately he’s not a professional troll or a shit stirrer, he genuinely believes in white supremacy. Which is hilariously ironic considering as though he lives in Japan where he isn’t and will never be accepted as anything other than an immigrant (like the ones he so despises halfway around the world).ReplyDelete
So far he sounds entirely correct about blacks and the ineptitude of sub-Saharan Africans.ReplyDelete