The Right Stuff, the website that hosts The Daily Shoah, recently ran a blog post arguing that the most appropriate action for white nationalists would be to kill all Black people in Africa so that they could use the continent for “living space.” “Extermination of the brown hordes in their homelands could give vast new territories to us. They are ours for the taking,” it read, arguing that racial struggle is inevitable and that, as nature predicts, often the superior species will wipe out the inferior.
The Daily Shoah has created a financial infrastructure so it can employ a few staff people regularly, including Mike Enoch, who lost his job after his identity was revealed to be a six-figure software developer in Manhattan with a Jewish wife. One of their other regular hosts, who goes by the pseudonym “Jayoh,” has referred to himself openly as an “exterminationist.” He believes nationalists would have to actively exterminate Black Africans, who, he says, would eventually enter into white nations and corrupt them.
While many on the “alt-right” would fail to go as far as openly arguing for the extermination of billions of people, they are reclaiming a colonial sense of themselves. Spencer’s rhetoric has changed from the idea of isolated tribal states to envisioning the white Ethnostate as a great empire. This fulfills what he says is white people’s “Faustian spirit,” the internal drive to explore and conquer. Spencer’s own “Alt Right Politics” podcast regularly celebrates European colonialism and expansionism, discussing colonialism as something that is a sum benefit for the colonized. He refers to Indigenous tribes as “humiliated peoples” who he does not want to become; therefore, he says, white Europeans must win this racial conflict. While previously “alt- righters” would have argued that ruling over others was an unnecessary evil and that they instead wanted “nationalism for all peoples,” the idea that non-whites need to be controlled by whites is again gaining popularity, even if many of the thought leaders would deny this when pressed.