The Alt-Right consists of people on the political right who have formed their own movement, separate from the cuckservative Republican establishment. It is basically defined by white nationalists, white supremacists, and race realists as well as overlapping but often separate groups such as Neo-Nazis or Neo-Fascists. Some original alt-right bloggers only mean alt-right to mean right-libertarianism, however this usage is not particularly common.
You can basically tell how alt-right someone is by how much they use the word 'cuck'.
Alt-right and inceldom[edit | edit source]
Some Alt-Right figures, such as Richard Spencer, Roger Devlin, Gregory Conte, and Andrew Anglin see inceldom as potentially useful to their own type of pro-natalist agenda, as they want people of a particular race to have more sex and more babies. There aren't many pro-natalist groups out there, so the alt-right kinda hogs the most prominent spot. Any other pro-natalist movement would also likely be sympathetic to incels.
Women worshipping[edit | edit source]
Many alt-righters pedestalize and orbit tradthots such as Lauren Southern. Many tradthots seem to seek to exploit the thirst of many Alt-Right men by publically advocating Alt-Right viewpoints. Alt-right men tend to have a fetish for Asian women (or more likely, Asian women have a fetish for them), or sometimes even marry Jews (e.g Jared Taylor, Mike Enoch). Some argue that the tradcon views on gender issues held by many in the Alt-Right make them women worshipers, but quite a few in the movement (Andrew Anglin, for example) exhibit extreme anti-feminist views that violently oppose any bluepilled view of women's sexuality.
Rise to prominence[edit | edit source]
The digital MSM lately likes to elevate people that are extremely controversial because they took out too many loans and are trying to pay it off with clickbait. They feign outrage and then give free publicity to the people they pretend to be outraged about. This phenomena may have been the largest contributor to the rise of the alt-right. Without the 30,000 articles on Richard Spencer no one would have heard or cared about him. This disproportionate media attention paid to Spencer also caused many in the alt-right to allege he is 'controlled opposition'.
The Incel Question[edit | edit source]
here is Grotesque's response
It's because most of them denounced us at first, in a lame effort to find a common ground and seem more moderate with their enemies. Because teehee nobody cares about the ugly guy standing in the corner.
Then, they realized that incel numbers are growing quickly and there's shekels to be made. Thus, they are throwing their hat in to be the guy that "helped" us, and become a de facto spokesmen for incels.