Apes Shit on Mona Lisa in New Beyonce “Apeshit” Video

Roy Batty
Daily Stormer
June 17, 2018

Are you tired of this yet?

This is nigger trying to be deep. Or perhaps their Jew managers who think it would be hilarious to have a bunch of apes run wild around the Louvre, looking all smug and above it all *sigh* white peepo, shaiking mah dahm head. 

But yeah, if you don’t want to watch the video, it’s some modern interpretive dance shit, stupid lyrics and black people twerking on the ruins of Western civilization.

You know I’ve found that, with the rare exception, you have to think of niggers as a force of nature.

They’re out to get you, whitey. And it’s nothing personal, kid…except that it is.

We hate you.

We hate everything about you.

We don’t even really know why.

But we’re a force of nature. Constantly beating at the walls and wailing for White people to let them in. So that they can wreak everything of course. And then proceed to lord over it all.

Because they’re KANGZ don’t you know?

Putting on some fancy-looking clothes, a self-aware smirk and getting a video camera rolling is now a tried and true African appropriation ritual.

A territory marking ceremony that White people seem to be blissfully unaware of.

Twerking in the Louvre was Beyonce’s way of planting the nigger flag into the museum and saying, “dis shit be ours, now.”

It’s like what the Moslems did when they took Jerusalem.

In actual history, they took the crucifixes and beat them and marched them around the city.

But that’s what these niggers are doing.

Marking their territory.

What are you looking at, white man? Dis be my shit now

I’m at such high levels of negro fatigue that I get triggered by pictures of gorillas now.

In my mind there simply is no difference left whatsoever.

Bill Clinton: Media Treated Obama Favorably Possibly Because of His Race

President Bill Clinton sat down on CBS “This Morning” today along side his new co-author, James Patterson, to discuss their new thriller The President Is Missing. The story involves a president facing impeachment, which led to President Clinton giving his current opinion on the medi and his view on the ongoing Russian Investigation conducted by special counsel Robert Mueller. Mo Rocca asked point blank, “Do you think that the press has been fair to President Trump?”
“I think they have tried by and large to cover this investigation based on the facts,” Mr. Clinton said. “I think if the roles were reversed – now, this is me just talking, but it’s based on my experience! – I think if it were a Democratic president, and these facts were present, most people I know in Washington believe impeachment hearings would have begun already,” the 42nd president replied.
“If there were a Democrat in power right now?” Rocca asked his guests
“Yes. And most people I know believe that the press would have been that hard, or harder. But these are serious issues,” Clinton added.
Rocca then asked, “You hear from Trump supporters who say, ‘You know, the press slobbered all over President Obama, he could do no wrong. And now this guy can do no right. What gives, that there’s a kind of whiplash?'”
Well, they did treat him differently than other Democrats and Republicans,” Mr. Clinton replied. “That was the political press.”
When asked to explain why the media favored Obama, Clinton said, “You know, I don’t know. They liked him, and they liked having the first African-American president. And he was a good president, I think. I don’t agree with President Trump’s assessment of his service.” (Emphasis added)
This is not the first time that President Clinton has noted the mainstream media’s biased news coverage of Barack Obama. In the 2008 presidential primaries, Clinton called then Senator Obama’s presidential campaign a “fairy tale.” Clinton criticized the press for never taking Obama to task for saying he had better judgement than Hillary Clinton because Obama was the only one against the Iraq war from the beginning. This was not true.
“Give me a break. This whole thing is the biggest fairy tale I’ve ever seen,” Clinton can be seen saying in the following clip.
“I pointed out that he had never been asked about his statement in 2004 that he didn’t know how he would have voted on the war resolution,” Bill Clinton said the days after his remarks. “It disproves the argument that he was always against it and everybody else was wrong and he was right. I said ‘So that story is a fairy tale,’ and that doesn’t have anything to do with my respect for him.”

Roseanne Was Right

Recently, one of the few network TV shows to promote a vaguely Right-of-center politics was taken off the air. The show was cut within hours of its lead actor sending out a tweet about senior Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett (“vj”). 

It’s worth asking even the most racially unaware audience exactly why comparing the appearance of blacks to gorillas draws such ire.

And it’s worth following that question up with this one: if I compared the appearance of blacks to frogs, or to iguanas, or to elephants, would there be the same hostile reaction?

The obvious answer is: Of course not. Because blacks don’t look like frogs. They don’t look like iguanas. And they don’t look like elephants.

The claim would simply be too absurd to generate offense — and the reaction would be more like “what the hell is this guy talking about?” than “HOW DARE HE!!!” We generally experience more confusion than outrage when people make jokes or attempt to insult us with comparisons that simply aren’t apt or applicable at all.

In high school, if someone had made a “your momma’s so fat” joke when my mother was a triathlon-running bodybuilder who could have easily beat the whole lot of them up, it would have had no effect besides making the kid throwing the insult look like an idiot.

On the other hand, if she actually was obese and I was insecure about this and afraid she was going to die of a heart attack, I might have gotten angry enough to punch him in the face.

Blacks do visually resemble gorillas. It couldn’t be more obvious that the comparison hits a nerve because it’s true. All the amount of outrage directed at Roseanne indicates is how insecure people are over the fact that it’s true—that their mother actually is, in fact, obese.

How true is it that blacks visually resemble gorillas?

It’s so true that when the best artificial intelligence researchers at Google — one of the most diverse companies in the entire United States, hardly some bastion of white corporate power — designed a machine learning algorithm that works by inputting hundreds and thousands of example photographs until it “learns” how to recognize different objects, it began systematically misclassifying black people as gorillas. All by itself—with no human help whatsoever.

To be clear: this has quite literally never happened with any other specific combination of human race and animal. We have never had a machine learning algorithm begin systematically misidentifying black people as panthers, or Hispanics as cockroaches, or white people as turnips. The one and only example of systematic misclassification of a specific race and a specific animal by an AI that has ever occurred in all of history is the misclassification of blacks with gorillas.

And we can easily pinpoint the specific features that blacks and gorillas tend to share on common (or more specifically, the direction in which they both deviate compared to other races of man).

For one example: wider nostrils.

We know that the width of the nostril cavity is an evolutionary adaptation to the heat and humidity of the environment. In cold and dry environments, humans evolved narrow nasal passages to increase the moisture and warmth of incoming air. In hot and humid environments, the opposite happens. Blacks and gorillas both have wider nostrils as an evolutionary adaptation to the hot and humid temperatures of jungle climates (like Africa’s).

For another, the jaw tends to protrude rather significantly past the rest of the skull. And forensic scientists routinely use this knowledge in court to determine the ethnicity of deceased subjects from the structure of their skulls alone.


Do Asian men, for example, characteristically share either of these major traits in common with apes?

Obviously not.

Of course, all this is going farther than Roseanne herself ever did, given that she never compared all black people to gorillas in the first place. She compared a specific person — who for the record is half black and half Persian — to a specific (and quite notably super-intelligent ) ape creature played by Helena Bonham Carter in a specific movie.​​

​If you don’t think there actually is similarity here, you’re just lying to yourself, and it’s that simple. There most certainly is as much resemblance here as there is between Donald Trump and a Cheeto.

The whole issue may seem trivial. After all, nothing of any direct meaningful consequence hinges on whether we can admit that the features of blacks tend to resemble those of gorillas. And white people are simply good-natured—most have little desire to keep joking about things that keep making other people upset. In the minds of most of us, the validity of that upset tends to come secondary to the fact that we just don’t want to be the kinds of people who laugh at others’ misfortune.

Furthermore, Roseanne herself has chalked the tweet up to Ambien use and asked her fans not to defend her.

Well, screw it—I’ll defend what I think is right and what I think is true whether I’m given permission to or not. Roseanne should never have apologized. What she should have done is pointed out that no living black person anywhere was harmed in the making of this tweet, and brought the subject back to its original context by asking why everyone is more concerned about this tripe than they are about the state secrets that were being discussed in the discussion where her comment was made.

If there is any reason Roseanne doesn’t deserve our sympathy, it’s for caving under pressure to hypocritical enemies who are more than happy to compare white people they dislike to apes all day and say “fuck you” to anyone who finds it offensive. Wanda Sykes has done it, Jimmy Kimmel has done it, The Huffington Post has done it, and on and on the list goes.

Does this comparison really look more compelling to you than the ones posted earlier in this article? If you’re capable of being even slightly honest with yourself at all, you’re going to say “No.”

And in fact, this entire debate is really about whether you are capable of being honest with yourself. We know this, as a matter of fact, thanks to scienceResearch from 2008 by the psychologist Phillip Atiba Goff has shown that every group of Americans—whether they’re white or not, whether they’re liberal or conservative, and from the most authoritarian to the most egalitarian—hold an unconscious association between black people and apes. And that’s for the very plain and simple reason that the photographs above really do highlight cranial similarities between them—they really do in fact share a few visual traits in common.

The leading counter-argument, and defense of the hypocritical double standard whereby pundit after pundit comparing white politicians they dislike to apes is just fine and dandy, will of course be that comparing black people to apes has a uniquely “dark history” (as the Huffington Post argues here). The response to this argument is threefold.

1. No black person alive has personally experienced this “dark history.” Ask any black person in the United States who found this joke offensive to actually provide concrete details of that history, and they will not be able to do it.  So they quite literally cannot even lay claim to being triggered by the comparison. No, the reason people call for blood when this comparison is made is not, as the Huffington Post argues, because there was a rape trial taking place in 1935 after the movie King Kong was released in 1933. Note, furthermore, that this is the best that the Huffington Post can do when asked to substantiate the details of that long and sordid history. After using this example, they move on and reference the fact that AIDS originated from blood to blood contact between a human and monkey in Africa. Well, all available evidence suggests that it really did—wishful conspiracy theories about AIDS being part of a government program to kill black people aside. What else have you got?

2. This is literally the “Hitler was a vegetarian” argument. Even if we grant that some bad people did notice the similarity of blacks to gorillas in the past, that doesn’t make it any less true—any more than the fact that Hitler was a vegetarian means that all vegetarians are evil Nazis today. “You can’t notice this because some bad people noticed it in the past” is an exactly identical argument to “You can’t be a vegetarian in 2018 because Hitler was a vegetarian in 1933.” And it’s ridiculous in both cases.

3. Even granting it were true that comparing blacks to apes has a long history—and if the Huffington Post article is the best the Left can do, it really is dubious—it would only raise the question: why blacks and apes in particular? Why not blacks and panthers? Why not white people and mayonnaise? Why not Hispanics and iguanas? The only conceivable answer would be that people have noticed that it actually is in fact true for a really long time.

Because it is. So the only thing that adding to the story of how long people have been noticing it does is prove how obviously true my point here really is.

There couldn’t be a more obvious demonstration of the fact that political correctness is a war on white people daring to notice what’s right in front of our faces. The one and only real difference between comparing whites and blacks to apes is that blacks actually do resemble them and whites do not (I again refer you to ((((((((((((Bill Maher))))))))))))’s Trump/orangutan comparison above, and my photos selected off the front page of Google Images: which actually look more alike?).

And the real reason it’s socially acceptable to compare white people to apes and not blacks is because black emotions are treated as if they were sacrosanct, while white emotions aren’t. Nevermind that Valerie Jarrett really does literally have ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.Nevermind that she really was a key player in the cover-up of the Fast and Furious scandal (when Attorney General Eric Holder lied to Congress about smuggling guns into Mexico so that they could be traced to drug cartels) Nevermind her involvement in real estate fraud. Those things don’t upset black peoples’ delicate feelings—so they aren’t the center of mass controversy and outrage. A one-off 2am tweet comparing a single individual to a single actor in a movie dominates the outrage culture of our airwaves instead.

As trivial as this particular case may seem, if we aren’t allowed to notice the trivial things, then we won’t be allowed to notice the important ones either—and that’s exactly what we see happening now across the entire Western world. The life-damaging punishment awaiting any white person who dares admit that they can see a visual similarity between even one black person and simian animal is part and parcel of the systematic gaslighting used to break down the white psyche, preventing us from trusting our own minds and senses. Resisting this programming requires balking against it when it’s used in a trivial case just as much as when it’s employed in more complex matters in academia. If they can get you to apologize for seeing what’s in front of you in trivial matters, they’ll be that much more ready to demand you do the same when we come to the things that actually matter. Shame on Roseanne Barr for handing our enemies that victory—but let’s not follow her cowering advice that we do the same.

Charlottesville: White Man Convicted for Defending Self Against Ungrateful Attacker DeAndre Harris

Andrew Anglin

Daily Stormer
May 2, 2018

The absolute state of the US Justice System.

We have video which proves, without any doubt whatsoever, that DeAndre Harris was carrying around a flashlight attacking white people in Charlottesville. We have footage of him attacking people, unprovoked.

We’ve gone through all of this.

It’s all fine and dandy for the media to just be like “oh he’s black so he’s the victim” like they did with the ungrateful criminals Trayvon Martin, ((((((Michael Brown)))))), et al, but you can’t just send someone to prison for ten years for “defending self while white.”

Oh, actually it seems you can do that.

Fox News:

A white Arkansas man has been found guilty Tuesday of malicious wounding in the beating of a black man during a violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., last year.

Jacob Scott Goodwin, 23, reportedly wore a military tactical helmet and brandished a large shield during the Aug. 12 attack inside a parking garage against DeAndre Harris, 20, The Washington Post reported.

Harris, a former special education instructional assistant, reportedly suffered a spinal injury, a broken arm and head lacerations that required eight staples after the assault.

Harris was charged then acquitted in March of misdemeanor assault and battery against one of the white supremacists involved in the altercation, the report said.

The long story short: he went to Charlottesville with a terrorist group to start shit. And he got his ass beat.

He wasn’t punished because he was black, the people he attacked are being punished because they are white.

This is our reality now in America.

You cannot trust the justice system not to send you to prison for being white.

Goodwin was convicted by a jury of nine women and three men, who recommended a sentence of 10 years, with the option of suspending some time and a $20,000 fine, The Post reported.

75% fucking female jury.

In Charlottesville.

Might as well have just dragged the poor bastard behind a truck, Matthew Shepherd style.

Online footage of the beating helped tracked down the alleged perpetrators’ identities, including Goodwin, who was arrested two months after the rally, the newspaper reported. Goodwin claimed self-defense.

“I thought he was a hostile . . .  to be honest, I was terrified,” Goodwin said, according to The Post. “I’d probably perish or be sent to the hospital and be terribly hurt.”

Prosecutors said it was Goodwin who wanted to fight.

It sort of speaks to the whole premise of the event.

Our guys went there to give speeches and so on, the police drove us into a violent crowd of armed terrorists, a battle royale type situation ensued, a car crash happened after the driver was chased with a gun and beat with bats, and a fat bitch had a heart attack apparently as a result of the sound of the crash.

And then the entire media went into full overdrive accusing us of being a terrorist force. And they just kept saying it over and over and over again. And now people are going to prison based on that media narrative.

The larger issue of justice and truth being irrelevant to American courts as they differ to media narratives is absolutely frightening – it’s a dystopian nightmare.

But that is where we are at.

In current year.

Sacramento: First Big Chimpout of 2018! Enter the Summer of BLOOD!

Andrew Anglin

Daily Stormer
March 31, 2018

So the Sacramento gud boi who ran from the cops after they found him looting cars was shot in the back, apparently.

His brother crashing the town hall kicked things off earlier this week.

(Here’s the full video of that event, btw. For the record.)

Now Old Al is in the mix.

This is definitely going to be a big one.

The first big one of the Summer of Blood.

Btw, we’re calling this the Summer of Blood. Because it’s gonna be a fucking mess and yall better just get ready. There ain’t no getting off this ride.

Last night, the protests – in their forth night – raged.

But they haven’t really gotten hot yet. The cops are doing their “let the nogs nig” bit, and the nigs are nogin but… not that hard.


Fox News:

For the fourth consecutive evening, hundreds of protesters marched through downtown Sacramento, Calif., on Friday, calling for charges against two police officers linked to the March 18 fatal shooting of unarmed 22-year-old Stephon Clark.

But despite sporadic moments of tension – including attempts to block freeway exits and shut down a nightclub – the protests yielded no arrests or property damage.

Autopsy results from pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu revealed Friday morning that Clark was shot from behind seven times, contradicting the department’s narrative that Clark was approaching the officers when he was killed.

The autopsy was released a day after an emotional funeral service at which the Rev. Al Sharpton, founder of the National Action Network, delivered the eulogy.

Sharpton praised demonstrators for their restraint and urged them to follow the lead of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and his advocacy of nonviolent protest. Wednesday will be the 50th anniversary of King’s assassination by gunfire.

They’re doing a good job with the restraint for sure.

But it will not last.

Last night they rushed a hotel.

I think they might pop-off tonight, hard.

These things usually have a build-up, with violence increasing day by day as white people fail to respond in the way they are looking for them to respond.

We shall see.

Srs Business

They’re taking this seriously.

Blacks can crash and shut down a city government meeting, but white people aren’t allowed to take issue with anything blacks do.

Fox News:

A nurse was placed on leave from a Sacramento, Calif., hospital Friday for writing on Facebook that Stephon Clark, the unarmed black man who was fatally shot by police, “deserved it for being stupid.”

Faith Linthicum, a labor and delivery nurse at Kaiser Permanente Roseville Medical Center in California, provoked a social media frenzy when she commented on a post about Clark’s death, the Sacramento Bee reported.

“Yeah but he was running from the police jumping over fences and breaking in peoples house…why run??!!! He deserved it for being stupid,” the post reportedly read.

Her comments widely circulated on social media. One user reportedly wrote, “How can we trust our lives, the lives of our black and brown babies to these people? Nurses are supposed to help people not be happy when people die.”

“Kaiser Permanente does not tolerate hate or discrimination and has a long history of embracing diversity and inclusion – it remains a place where we welcome everyone,” a statement from the company read. “We want to emphasize that the comments expressed by this employee, who is no longer with the organization, do not in any way reflect Kaiser Permanente’s views or actions.”

So, the thing is building up momentum throughout the society.

I thought the narrative wasn’t stable enough, but they’re running with it.

Online Searches for Hotels in Wakanda Increase by 620% Since “Black Panther” Release

Michael Byron

Daily Stormer
March 15, 2018

Black Panther recently exceeded $1.1 billion at the box office, and has become one of the top 20 highest-grossing films of all time.

I wish that weren’t the case, but it is – and I’m not surprised. The film had one of the most aggressive marketing campaigns in cinema history, and several review aggregation websites – most notoriously Rotten Tomatoes – manipulated its critical reception in an apparent attempt to convince the public that a movie about a vibranium-powered supernigger is better than The Godfather.

But that isn’t the saddest thing about Black Panther.

The saddest (also, funniest) thing about Black Panther is that a sizable percentage of its black audience left the cinema believing that Wakanda is (a) real, and (b) would be a bretty gud place to catch some sun.

Daily Mail:

It seems that the Black Panther movie has done such a good job of immersing audiences in its world that many people think it’s real.

Two hotel booking sites have revealed that site searches for the word ‘Wakanda’ – the name of the fictional African country the movie is set in – have risen dramatically.

Hotelscan.com reported that the number of people landing on its Wisconsin Wakanda Water Park page is up by 620 per cent and Hotels.com reported that searches for neighbouring Wakanda Park are up by 55 per cent year on year.

A spokesperson for hotelscan.com commented: ‘The fact we’ve seen such an increase in the number of site visits to the Wakanda Water Park destination page on our website since the launch of Black Panther suggests that, until people visit our website searching for trips, they’re not aware it’s a fictional destination.

‘Either that, or people are more interested than ever in attending the Water Park, but we think that the movie has something to do with it!’

Boy, that’s a cruel twist of fate.

Blacks search for hotels in Wakanda and discover that the “real” Wakanda is the last place on Earth they want to be: a goddamn water park.


Hotels.com, meanwhile, said it had spotted spikes in searches to other Wakanda namesakes around the world.

It said searches for Wauconda, Illinois (pronounced identically to Wakanda), are up more than 25 per cent and Makanda, also in Illinois, are up over 40 per cent year on year.

Further afield, Wakaya, in Fiji, are up over 235 per cent and Wakkanai in Japan is enjoying a more than 55 per cent year-on-year uplift.

Anyone want to bet that these cities are in the process of changing their names to avoid attracting a bunch of blacks who are expecting to meet T’Challa?

The Japs probably will. These people are so disgusted by the sight of negroes that their Black Panther posters needed to hide the race of the lead actor:

Seriously, Asians were led to believe that this film wasn’t about Africans. The Chinese were pissed af after seeing it.

All things considered, though, this is pretty heavy stuff.

I mean, just think about it: blacks have no history, so two ratfaced kikes (((((((Stan Lee)))))) and ((((((Jack Kirby))))))) created Wakanda for them in comic book form. Jewish Hollywood brings Wakanda to the silver screen and encourages blacks to identify with it. Blacks do so, and, in many cases, believe that Wakanda – a futuristic metropolis where trains operate via electromagnetism – is real and can be visited like Johannesburg or Cancún.


At the risk of sounding like a racist writing for the meanest neo-Nazi site in existence, I’m starting to think that these blacks are not as clever as Morgan Freeman has led me to believe.