By Timothy Fitzpatrick
October 1, 2016 Anno Domini
“Limited hangout” is intelligence jargon for a form of propaganda in which a selected portion of a scandal, criminal act, sensitive or classified information, etc. is revealed or leaked, without telling the whole story. The intention may be to establish credibility as a critic of something or somebody by engaging in criticism of them while in fact covering up for them by omitting many details; to distance oneself publicly from something using innocuous or vague criticism even when ones own sympathies are privately with them; or to divert public attention away from a more heinous act by leaking information about something less heinous. —Rational Wiki
From Paul Joseph Watson to Stefan Molyneux, Donald Trump to Milo Yiannopoulos, the rising secular “right wing” in the Americas, dubbed the “alt right” by some, shares one common narrative that reveals it as the limited hangout, controlled-opposition operation that it is.
Omission of the Jewish-Masonic question.
It is completely absent from any meaningful discourse of every single alt right personality, despite that the Jewish question lurks behind all of the revolutionary movements that have conspired against the West and Christian mores for the last 2,000 years to the present time. With the rise of U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump, his perceived populism, and the growing backlash to political correctness, the alt right has sprung up all too quickly, all too conveniently as those disillusioned with the radical leftist world takeover grapple for answers. Right on cue, the controlled-opposition agents have filled in the gaps and have “answered” our questions in a manner that leaves out the more damning, darker truth.
The legitimate right, those identifying with traditional, Hellenic-Christian culture, appear completely oblivious to this hijacking of the right, much in the same way past controlled opposition garnered favour with the right only to later lead it down a dead-end road or, worse, to slaughter.
All the way down the line, the new alt right talking heads have acted as gatekeepers for the Judeo-Masonic establishment. Take for example Stefan Molyneux and his recent example of excusing Jewish over-representation in positions of influence, Paul Joseph Watson’s laughable denial of Jewish influence anywhere in the world, Alex Jones’ playing limited hangout 20-years plus (defending freemasonry, at times allowing for mild, superficial criticism of Israel but omitting the bigger issues regarding Israel and Judaism), or Donald Trump’s total subservience to the Israel lobby and Judaism (AIPAC, Jewish staffers, Zionist foreign policy position, all his kids either married to or dating Jews). Homosexual alt right icon Milo Yiannopoulos, although a more honest Jew (he has admitted Jewish influence in the world), also serves to advance the controlled right’s agenda of Jewish omission by displacing bigger issues with smaller ones (for example, restricting immigration would require kicking all of the Jewish policymakers and their ilk off of the policy boards and replacing them with populists; shallowly criticizing unfettered immigration solves little).
More Jewish alt right gatekeepers
While I appreciate the many truths spoken by alt right talking heads like Breitbart (founded by Jew Andrew Breitbart), homosexual Jew Matt Drudge (Drudge Report), Ezra Levant (Jewish), Lauren Southern (Rebel Media), or the aforementioned personalities, their agenda is, at best, a half measure solution to the world’s problem, at worst, leading the right to its ultimate destruction. They, like CIA front National Review and the John Birch Society, discuss very real issues but are there to homogenize the right whilst omitting the issues that reveal the entire truth—and in that complete truth wherein lies real solutions for the world’s greatest dilemma (incidentally, the National Review has condemned the alt right as racist and anti-Semitic). The only effective method for containing the Judeo-Masonic dilemma has been the Byzantine Solution, or the Vatican’s Sicut Judaeis Non, which would have to be expanded to include freemasonry and its many gnostic offshoots.
Infowars’ Alex Jones is sort of the pioneer of 21st century limited hangout. He was doing it on an international stage long before the current alt right talking heads became as popular as they. It’s only because of Donald Trump and growing public disillusionment with the left that there is a need for a pantheon of limited hangout agents, who have now surpassed Jones in notoriety. Jones, apparently, was the beta test for the establishment’s plan for a rise of the pseudo right.
White nationalists appear to have completely bought into the alt right bait, with personalities like David Duke and Professor Kevin MacDonald riding the Trump, alt right bandwagon; although, MacDonald has demonstrated his awareness of the Jewish involvement in the alt right and is supporting it anyways likely for strategic reasons. White nationalist opposition to Judeo-Masonry has proven itself a failure (National Socialism) and is based in racialism. Only the Church has adequately addressed and dealt with the question. Any notion of the “true” alt right being hijacked from the supposed rightful heir white nationalists by Milo types is ridiculous. Neither of the two groups are the rightful heirs.
This alt right and its friendly alternative media are not allowing any other talking points to the reach the masses. Right wing sentiment must not deviate from what the establishment has set out. Dissenting views from the alt right narrative are regarded as divisive, anti-Trump, leftist, or they are simply ignored (dynamic silence). The alt right is a neocon of the necons—its controlled outgrowth that is a false attempt at a return to conservatism. The only true conservatism is one based not in secular populism but in Jesus Christ and the moral order.