Like Anime Right News, Culttture is a media outlet structured around the BuzzFeed format, and covers many viral topics from a primarily right-wing perspective. Unlike Anime Right News, Culttture represents the same tired anti-Democrat, but pro-Israel conservative outlook which excuses detrimental actions by the Israel Lobby in the United States.
Sites most like Culttture would be The Federalist and The Gateway Pundit.
Although Culttture states that it exists to chronicle the counter-culture movement of free thinkers, "challenging the status quo," this is clearly not the case—at least as it pertains to Israeli interests. Whether it's projecting what Israel does onto nations like Qatar, its debut investigatory effort into U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN), or even promoting the always honest "American scammer" Jacob Wohl—there's a specific direction Culttture is going in.
In the direction of Tel Aviv.
Anime Right News decided to look into some of Culttture's staff, to get an idea about where they stand on some of the more divergent subjects in the broader right-wing, like Iran and Syria. What we found didn't surprise us, but gives pause for concern due to just how influential such pro-Israel, Zionist people can be despite their many shortcomings.
As of this posting Culttture doesn't appear to be distributing new articles.
Editors at Culttture complained about blackpilling during the 2018 airstrikes targeting the Syrian government, concerned that such actions by the Trump administration may lead to "retards" disavowing Trump, a strong response to the issue—while some people did in fact cut their allegiance to Trump over the airstrikes. We even did an investigation into the interests behind the airstrikes.
Yes, Culttture thinks you are "retarded" for opposing needless wars for Israel.
Absolutely based and redpilled.
Of course, the enlightened individuals at Culttture seem to have neglected to mention the Trump administration's interests pertaining to Syria per our aforementioned investigation, such as Genie Energy in the Golan Heights.
Jack Posobiec, an influencer at Culttture, is connected to Genie Energy and Jared Kushner. Another staffer, Daniel Bostic, was also an influencer for Verizon Communications (LinkedIn). Verizon benefitted from Kushner's involvement with Genie Energy's parent company, IDT Corporation, through the sale of its monopoly on wireless spectrum licensing for 5G.
5G is now primarily in the hands of Israeli intelligence due to this deal.
Most of the staff at Culttture tend to exhibit hostility to Syria, typically excusing the airstrikes, and also promote regime change in Iran.
"Importing Ilhan," Culttture's debut documentary production, has probably been its most visible project. The reaction to Omar started primarily due to her comments about the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and pro-Israel funding of U.S. politicians.
Austen Fletcher, a veteran of the New Right, recently produced a video with Culttture interviewing Israeli energy lobbyist George Papadopoulos.
Fletcher has made a number of comments that reflect positively on bombing Syria's government, including one to pro-Israel political pundit Ben Shapiro.
Worse yet, Culttture seemingly endorses the continuing quid pro quo with Israel, regarding Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu naming an Israeli settlement after Trump.
Culttture's publisher, Ali Akbar, typically mirrors very similar rhetoric to his cohorts.
Culttture continues to support Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, despite his own servitude to Israel.
In fairness to Culttture, there are many issues where we still agree, such as the Covington Catholic incident as well as the CBS series "The Good Fight."
Apart from that it's probably wise to avoid the Culttt.