Wikipedia’s article on the “alt-right” describes the alt-right as:

a loose group of people with right to far-right ideologies who reject mainstream conservatism in the United States. White supremacist[1][2][3][4][5]Richard Spencer appropriated the term in 2010 to define a movement centered on white nationalism, and has been accused of doing so to whitewash overt racismwhite supremacism, and neo-Nazism.[6][7][8][9][10] Alt-right beliefs have been described as white supremacist,[11][12][13] frequently overlapping with antisemitism and Neo-Nazism,[14][15][16] nativism and Islamophobia,[17][18][19][20][21] antifeminism and homophobia,[14][22][23][24] white nationalismright-wing populism,[25][26] and the neoreactionary movement.[11][27] The concept has further been associated with multiple groups from American nationalists, neo-monarchists, men’s rights advocates, and the 2016 presidential campaign of Donald Trump.[17][21][28][26][27][29]

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Both the ADL and the SPLC (Southern Poverty Law Center) consider the alt-right a White Supremacist movement.

It seems that in the case of extremist politics that are off-putting to most people, the politics are indeed a cover for insecurity and low status as a white male in a modern society – naturally, these same white males will prioritize their own personal interests in women, meaning that they will seek out women that appreciate them for their whiteness. This means that some of the men with the most extreme pro-white politics, and low status white men (oftentimes the same), will embrace Asian women.