The latest celebrity to send a dog-whistle signal to those of us in the Alt-Right is Roger Daltrey, the dynamic frontman of rock super legends The Who.
In an interview with the NME, an ex-leftist music journal that now just wants to stay afloat, Daltrey stopped short of calling for RaHoWa and a White ethnostate, but lavished praise on the “racist” Brexit vote and gave a shout out to the manosphere by heaping abuse on feminist icon Hillary Clinton comparing her to a decomposing dog.
“I am not anti European, but I am anti the present way we are being governed in Europe,” Daltrey told the NME, staking out a position on the Spencerian wing of the Alt-Right. “We are getting out, and when the dust settles I think that it’ll be seen that it’s the right thing for this country to have done, that’s for sure.”
The tiny 52% of British people who support Brexit are routinely described in the liberal press as “Neo-Nazi, racist bigots,” etc.
In his earlier days, Daltrey’s band the Who were notorious for sporting well-known “racist, right-wing, Islamophobic” symbols, like the Union Jack; while the “implicitly White” Mod scene, of which the Who were very much a part, were notorious for their use of amphetamines, a drug that was used by Hitler and SS soldiers before they went into battle.
In accord with his Spencerian Alt-Rightism, Daltrey also expressed doubts that merely leaving the EU would solve Britain’s serious immigration problem.
“It’s got nothing to do with any of the immigration issues or any of that for me. It was to do with much more. The majority of this country felt that their voices weren’t being heard. It would have been nice to do a deal with Europe but they didn’t want to do a deal, and they sent Cameron back with a bag.”
Like many in the Alt-Right, Daltrey is a Trump sceptic, commenting on the US leader:
"Trump didn’t really win it – because the Democrats threw it away by putting Hilary Clinton up. A dead dog would have won it against her.”
Alt-Right News wonder which rock music icon will come out in support of the Alt-Right next.
The Who’s blanantly identitarian anthem “Who Are You?”