From top: Anti-Trump protest; Dan Boyle
You know about the ‘alt-right’, right?
Now meet the ‘Alt-Delete’.
Dan Boyle writes:
We’re hip, we’re happening, we’re now. We are the fittest, the strongest, the smartest and the wordiest. We are the future. If you want to get with getting us these phrases may help.
All you want to know about the Alt-Delete – A Glossary
Alt Delighted: That feeling of euphoria when given a prestigious platform by the mainstream media to publish the most toxic of views.
Benitos: Being blonde is good but being bald can be better.
Common Cause: Working together with Alt Delete movements in other countries trying to bring an end to international cooperation.
FemiNazis: The delicious irony when we call people we don’t like (and who won’t talk to us) Nazis.
Freedom: We talk about this a lot but none of us believe it.
Golden Retrievers: Minions of Donald Trump.
Legally Blonde: A classic film.
Libtards: Comfortable undergarment. Helps prevent chaffing while goosestepping.
Mushy: The ability to grow facial hair like some of our greatest heroes.
Normies: Fans of the beloved sitcom character ‘Norm’ from the TV series ‘Cheers’.
Oxymorons: Outliers. Those whose history and existence undermines the racial superiority of the Alt Delete. See Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Rosa Luxemburg, Jesse Owens, Muhammad Ali and Nelson Mandela.
Paleoconservatives: Cautious archeologists.
Pepé Le Peu: Our mascot. Capable of causing a stink anywhere.
Raceys: A badge of pride for those of us who speak as we find. We know who the real deplorables are.
Siegfried Follies Line: We want to dance, dance, dance into the future.
Signalling/Dog Whistling: You know what we really mean. Don’t you?
Snowflake: Apparently no two are alike. We don’t like diversity.
Sticky Keyboard: A successful trolling session on social media.
TBTM: That song (Tomorrow Belongs To Me) from the musical ‘Cabaret’. A good tune as well.
Xenos: See Raceys.
We’re creating new phrases, and new narratives, everyday. We’re finding the English language extremely limiting in effectively getting across our vision.
Despite that we’ll be coming to a government near you. Soon.