A’shayana Deane Speaks

LAST 42 minutes of this long interview is forwarded to the front, followed by LINKS to Part One and Part Two.






Waking Up

Aryan Skynet

“Red pill” is a popular Internet term from the movie “The Matrix”. In it Neo is offered the choice of taking a red pill, which will make him aware of the true nature of things, or a blue pill, which will return him to the reality he was familiar with.

Insights are often easy. You see something and say to yourself “Aha! That makes sense! Now I understand!”

A lot of the time though it’s a long and difficult process. We hold our beliefs because they make us feel oriented and in control- if not of the situation, at least the ability to react in a useful way to it.

The word “denial” is used in psychology to describe a state where the individual has a more positive view of his situation than is rational. This is regarded as healthy because it allows people to approach things in a calm…

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Richard Spencer Confirmed as Deep State Plant

Alt-Right Exposed

Richard Spencer Confirmed as Deep State Plant

Spencer Kept Database, Photos of Alt-Right Members at Charlottesville

Media darling and Alt-Right leader Richard Spencer ran his own Discord chat server, where he required that Alt-Right members submit photographs and detailed personal information about themselves, before they were allowed to join the group planning the Charlottesville attacks.

We have already exposed how Spencer’s close friend and fellow Charlottesville rally organizer Jason Kessler watched while the terrorist attacks were planned on his personal Discord server.

On October 8th, revealed that Richard Spencer employed his close friend, and suspected pedophile, “TheBigKK” to gather data and require photographs of everyone connected to the Charlottesville rally on August 12th. Spencer required these measures to be taken in order to extract EXIF geotagging data from the images, so that he could obtain the home addresses of his recruits.

Spencer’s Former Friends in the…

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