‘Alt-right’ neonazis parody song


This 20 January 2017 parody music video from Britain is called Alt-Free – “Alt-Right Now”.

It is a parody of the 1970 English rock song ‘All Right Now‘ by Free.

It is about the ‘alt-right’ neonazis; one of whom is the ‘I’ in the lyrics.

The lyrics are:

There she stood in the street
Blue hair from her head to her feet
I said, “Hey, SJW
Doesn’t cultural Marxism trouble you?”
She said, “Hey!” and she cried,
“What you mean is white genocide
I said, “Shut up, libtard
‘Cause I’m red-pilled and fucking hard

Alt-right now, baby, it’s a-alright now
Alt-right now, baby, it’s a-alright now

I explained it was Jews
All behind the globalist ruse
She just virtue signalled
Like some faggy normie cuckold
I said, “Can you not see
I’ve no time for feminazis
She said, “Diversity is our strength”
So I dropped my trousers
And I showed her my length

Alt-right now, baby, it’s a-alright now
Alt-right now, baby, it’s a-alright now

The alt-right’s DeploraBall was met with massive protests: here.

Georgia white supremacist under FBI investigation after police find evidence of ricin in his car: here.

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  4. Monday 27th February 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

    AROUND 300 people marched in east London at the weekend to demand the closure of an art gallery for allegedly promoting fascism and hate speech.

    The LD50 art gallery in Dalston has seen a wave of protests over its alleged links to the so-called alt-right.

    Concerned artists say they have exposed “one of the most extensive programmes of racist hate speech to take place in London over the past 10 years.”

    They say that LD50 has given a platform to activists who praise the action of the neonazi mass murderer Anders Breivik and other farright figures.

    Hackney Mayor Philip Glanville said in a statement: “While we support artistic freedom of expression and free speech, there are clear limits, and racism, misogyny, anti-semitism and xenophobia have no place in Hackney.

    “We condemn businesses such as LD50 which promote and give a platform to racism, xenophobia and hate speech. We should not allow hate to become normalised or acceptable.”

    Mr Glanville said he had raised the issue with police.

    http://www.morningstaronline.co.uk/a-15c6-Hundreds-protest-at-art-gallerys-alt-right-links#.WLQI8_KbIdU

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