Alterntative Right is pleased to announce the release of Andy Nowicki's new book, Meta-#Pizzagate, available now from Amazon.com in paperback and on Kindle.

Unofficial investigations are currently underway into the #Pizzagate phenomenon, even as all official parties show themselves intensely eager to avoid the subject, while the mass media, being thoroughly discredited, nevertheless wages impotent jihads against the chimeric menace of “fake news” in a doomed, desperate effort to save face.

In such quarters, #Pizzagate is dismissed out of hand on the flimsiest of pretexts, mocked as insubstantial nonsense in a wholly substance-free manner by the some of the lightest of lightweight commentators ever to read a teleprompter and the limpest of limp-wrist journalists ever miraculously able to lift a pen. #Pizzagate is pronounced “debunked” when it has simply been unduly dismissed, and labeled “absurd” when its actual claims haven’t even been considered.

But despite the best efforts of the “guardian” class, interest in #Pizzagate will neither die off nor peter out; in fact, it lives, moves and has its being the most where the rhetorical response from the “official” would-be opinion-shaping organs of the Zeitgeist is most stern in its approbation or most scathing in its ridicule. 

Andy Nowicki, assistant editor of Alternative Right and author of Conspiracy, Compliance, Control, and Defiance, explores the depths of the #Pizzagate scandal, unearthing the awful truth concerning the "unspeakable" rituals indulged in by our rulers, and asking, in the words of T.S. Eliot, "after such knowledge, what forgiveness?"

Excerpts from Meta-#Pizzagate, previously published at Alternative Right:


  1. Just had to ask, Andy, what the hell is that image and why did you choose it for the cover (that thing by which many people judge a book by)?

    1. Its so bad it could be a Pink Floyd album cover.

    2. My own theory is that it is the last image sent back by the Viking Explorer launched by NASA in the 70s.

  2. I like the cover. It is appropriately Spartan and surreal, as well as sophisticated and soothing on the eyes. The cover is the sign of an intriguing, yet adult, sensibility.