Meet the Latest IPR Censor

IPR recently signed a left wing statist to moderate its comments.   He goes by the screen name “dL.”  No meaning has been assigned to these initials. He also runs the defunct wordpress site rulingclass.wordpress.com.

At IPR, dL usually posts left wing, anti-White racist nonsense.  He then censors comments that disagree with his backwards outlook.   For example, today he posted a comment promoting illegal immigration.  Someone using the name Andy (not certain if it is Andy Jacobs) then posted a rebuttal endorsing the removal of illegal aliens and limiting non-White immigration. A few minutes later the rebuttal was mysteriously deleted.  This has been a continuing pattern often repeated. dL will make a comment supporting the anti-White globalist agenda and then deletes comments that call him out for this. Such censorship is funny for someone who claims to be libertarian. But libertarianism has been taken over by left wing statists like dL.

dL supports the left wing terrorist group Antifa which advances the globalist agenda of the Deep State, the same Deep State that has attacked IPR-X in recent weeks.  It is not known whether dL is a member of Antifa, the Deep State or both, but he certainly does their bidding as the latest IPR censor.

Be careful when you make comments at IPR lest they get deleted by censors like dL. Instead, you can post your comments here at IPR-X.  We allow nearly all comments and only ask that you write in English.

 

 

 

 

 

Music Monday: The Sign

There’s already so much meaning behind the Ace of Base song “The Sign“.

A couple weeks ago, Lazarus took it to another level.

I saw the sign and it opened up my eyes, I saw the sign
Life is demanding without understanding
I saw the sign and it opened up my eyes, I saw the sign
No one’s gonna drag you up to get into the light where you belong
But where do you belong?

Richard Spencer Taps Group as “Official” Alt-Right Band

In an interview yesterday, before he was so rudely removed from CPAC, AltRight.com founder Richard Spencer playfully pegged Depeche Mode as the “official band”of the Alt-Right.

In a later Tweet, Spencer clarified he was only joking but identified himself as a fan of the band.

In the comments for the AltRight.com article covering the story, readers described Depeche Mode’s latest single as “pandering to SJWs” but provide much acclaim for the band’s 1990 release “Violator”.

Here it is:

So what do you think?

Personally, I see David Bowie, particularly his “Thin White Duke” persona, as more representative of Alt-Right culture. AltRight.com, for the most part, seems to agree, having published an article last month recognizing Bowie as such. However, that’s not to take away from Depeche Mode in any fashion. There’s no contradiction in any way.  Apparently Bowie was a big influence on Depeche Mode.

 

Joy Villa’s Bowie Connection

Joy Villa, the recording artist who wore the “Make America Great Again” dress to the Grammy Awards in honor of President Donald Trump last week, made such an impact with the public that for most of last week her 2014 EP “I Make the Static” was the #1 album for sales on iTunes and Amazon.  Concerning the reception she received, Joy told Breitbart:

Honestly, I did get some hate. I got some dirty looks. I got a guy who said, ‘I would like to step on it.’ You know. I got the negativity. But they didn’t come up to me and say anything except for that one person. The people who poured their heart and soul and actually came up to me and took photos with me and said I just wanted to tell you I love you. I love your dress. I love what you’re doing. Those were the overwhelming majority that day. Even at the Grammys.

Curiously, more digging about Joy uncovers a connection to the late great David Bowie, the Thin White Duke, whom we at IPR-X previously connected to Trump’s rise.  Joy is married to Danish photographer Thorsten Overgaard.  On his website, we find a multitude of articles featuring his photography, including some photos of Joy.  One article from February of last year titled “Remembering David Bowie” discusses the impact Bowie had on both Overgaard and Joy. Overgaard writes:

Joy and I happen to have had Ziggy Stardust as the soundtrack to our romance the first 6-9 months of our time together. When traveling from New York through Canada, Europe and to Asia we had it on repeat.

Apart from that period, Bowie haven’t filled our thoughts much of the time.

But when he died, you realize what you lost.

The article also shows Joy’s personal tribute to Bowie.  Just like her tribute to President Trump, Joy honored Bowie through a dress.  After last year’s Grammys, Overgaard and Joy visited Garbage Gone Glam where they created a dress on Joy’s body made up of Bowie album covers.

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Garbage Gone Glam’s Kristen Alyce creates the dress on Joy’s body

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Workshop photo by Mark Tenally