'White Power Barbies' preach hate and a lux life


spaminator
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'White Power Barbies' preach hate and a lux life
Brad Hunter
Published:
October 10, 2019
Updated:
October 10, 2019 3:28 PM EDT
Daughters of darkness. Extreme right wingers Lauren Southern and Brittany Sellner are drawing women to the alt right. INSTAGRAM
The oldest adage in marketing is that sex sells.
Extreme right-wing groups in the UK are using hate “Barbies” to lure in young men, the UK Sun reports.
Traditionally, the extreme right has been nearly exclusively the sole domain of men.
No more.
Heroines like blond Canadian one-time media personality Lauren Southern are rock stars in the alt-right movement. She has a whopping 170,000 followers on Instagram.
And women like Southern are luring in female believers, the newspaper reports.
For some disaffected young women, Southern, et al. have become role models and promising lots of male attention, a lux lifestyle and a community of like-minded “sisters.”
Lauren Southern, left, and a friend. INSTAGRAM
Far-right extremist expert Julia Ebner told the UK Sun that the poster girls for hate are “almost like Instagram models”.
“By having women, [groups] can paint themselves as being more socially acceptable and less of a threat to society”, Ebner said.
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Southern’s buddy, activist Brittany Sellner, also does boffo on social media.
Inside the movement, women on the outside are slagged as “normies” become “red-pilled” when they join the movement. The concept is taken from 1999 sci-fi smash The Matrix.
“Women usually climb up the rungs [of groups] really quickly,” Ebner said. “They get a lot of attention from the male fan base and are almost fetishized… that can be an incentive.”
Brittany Sellner, right, and her former neo-Nazi hubby Martin. Putting a positive face on hate. YOUTUBE
One former Canadian neo-Nazi, Elisa Hategan, said joining the extremists can give a woman a big ego boost.
There are a lot more men than women so the odds are in the female’s favour.
“Their leaders understood that a message of xenophobia and hate was much more palatable if it came from the mouth of an innocuous, innocent-looking teenage girl,” Hategan said.
As a member of the notorious Heritage Front, she learned how to fire a gun, terrorize anti-racist activists and most importantly — how to dress and behave.
“[I was told] to dress more provocatively,” she said.
“To wear my hair down and keep it long. To flirt with potential recruits in order to get donations.”
Lauren Southern: A vile message. INSTAGRAM
And the ratio of men to women?
She adds: “Probably 10-to-1.”
Southern, 24, has lambasted Islam, immigration, feminism, Black Lives Matter and claims “there is no rape culture in the West”.
She is barred from the UK.
All that aside, she still has fans.
One woman wrote on her Instagram page: “You are my role model, someday o wish to be like you, a strong, beautiful, smarrrttt. Human being (sic).”
Another tweeted: “You inspired me to get into politics.”
Southern’s pal Brittany Sellner has been called a “White Power Barbie” and also holds strident anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant views.
Sellner and her husband Martin, a former neo-Nazi, look more like Queen St. W. hipsters than hate preachers.
But looks can be deceiving.

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Danbones
Free Thinker
#2
Hitler as opposed to stalin

geez what a choice of ideologies.
 
Cannuck
No Party Affiliation
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They look 14. That’s probably how they lured Boomer
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by Cannuck View Post

They look 14. That’s probably how they lured Boomer

Here is YOUR neutered barbie.



Grab them shoes!

(LOL, No! not HIS shoes!)