Read this. Excerpts below.
Leaked chat logs have connected seven current members of the U.S. armed forces to a white nationalist group, according to a HuffPost investigation.
For years, Identity Evropa members have used a server on Discord, a group chat app popular among the alt-right, to send messages to one another.
Opsec? Why? Why use “a group chat app?” And if you do use it, why discuss where you did ROTC, your school wrestling career, and what your Dad does for a living?
Last week the independent media collective Unicorn Riot published the contents of that Discord server in its entirety.
How did this happen? Infiltrators? Discord itself?
A largely anonymous network of anti-fascist activists…
Never any leaks, infiltrations, etc. from that direction. Have you ever noticed that?
…reviewed the Discord logs, using biographical details mentioned…
….by Identity Evropa members, most of whom posted under pseudonyms, to uncover their offline identities.
Building off that research, HuffPost verified the identities of seven men currently serving in the military.
So, Huffpost is the media outlet for Antifa?
The Marine Corps, the Army, the Air Force and the Texas National Guard confirmed to HuffPost that the identified men were active members in those services. After HuffPost’s inquiries, the military is investigating some of the men’s possible ties to Identity Evropa….
So, essentially the Far Left works hand-in-glove with the military-industrial complex – just as we already know they work with globalist big business interests.
Kathleen Belew, the author of Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America, told HuffPost that white nationalists in our armed forces pose a clear danger.
Gangbangers, Middle Eastern terrorists, dual loyalty foreigners…all of course pose no danger whatsoever.
The group has been working to infiltrate the GOP — one member won an uncontested seat on his local Republican Party committee — and recruit members on college campuses. A recent report from the Anti-Defamation League found that Identity Evropa’s campus flyer campaigns were partly responsible for record-setting levels of white supremacist propaganda spotted across America last year.
In theory, that’s good. Let’s give credit where credit is due (in theory, if not in practice). Infiltrating the System is a good idea. You just have to work on secure communication and proper vetting.
Days after the chat logs were published, Identity Evropa’s leader, 29-year-old Patrick Casey, a resident of Virginia who rose to a leadership role after producing videos for a white nationalist site, announced a rebrand: Identity Evropa is now the American Identity Movement.
The problem was not with the name or symbolism, it was, and still is, with the people, particularly the leadership. Now, there is a worse name, worse symbolism, but the same failed leadership. Surprise!
A list of the servicemen in Identity Evropa identified by HuffPost is below.
Members In The U.S. Marine Corps
Stephen T. Farrea…Jason Laguardia…
Shabbos sud stepandfetchits? That’s not going to work out for you guys. Experto crede.
A photo from a gathering of the American Identity Movement, originally called Identity Evropa, posted to Twitter in March 2019. Laguardia, a Marine, can be seen in the photo.
Posted to Twitter. Why?
Col. Ted Wong, a spokesperson for the U.S. Marine Corps, told HuffPost in a statement that the branch is investigating Farrea’s and Laguardia’s connections to Identity Evropa.
“There is no place for racial hatred or extremism in the Marine Corps. Our strength is derived from the individual excellence of every Marine regardless of background,” Wong said. “Bigotry and racial extremism run contrary to our core values. The Marine Corps will investigate the allegations and take the appropriate disciplinary actions if warranted.”
After all, someone named “Wong” is just the person to tell White Americans what is or is not appropriate behavior in our armed forces.
Here’s a secret video of an Alt Right Marine Corps meeting. The Blacks in attendance are members of the Yang Gang – or perhaps simply mistaken for wops and dagoes.
Lawrence of Eurabia referred to biographical information in his chats.
Why? For what purpose? No one (legitimate) should have wanted to know any of it, and he shouldn’t have wanted to share it.
He said he is a member of the ROTC program at Montana State University in Bozeman and is in the Army National Guard. He also said that he was a wrestler in high school from a town in Montana and that his dad worked as a stonemason there.
Why didn’t he just post his social security number, fingerprints, and retinal scan?
Those details match publicly available information about Jay C. Harrison, 20…
Well, you couldn’t have gotten any more detailed.
And the article continues in this vein, in more painful embarrassing detail.
Compare the advice given to young activists by Sallis to the Warrior of Walmart mocking the idea of people infiltrating the System and building infrastructures in depth. Sallis – correct. The Quota Queens – wrong.
Now, you may say, but isn’t infiltration what IE was doing? In theory, yes, in practice, no. Moles are supposed to burrow deep, not cheerfully discuss the most minute details of their lives on Discord, pose in publicly available photos, etc. That’s not infiltration. That’s people setting themselves up to get infiltrated.
You want these guys in the military to either:
A) Rise through the ranks and be in a position to do good. You want them to be the higher levels guys doing the investigating, not the lower level schlubs getting investigated.
B) Put in your time, get an honorable discharge, and use that military experience to train cadres, quietly, behind the scenes.
Sallis advises to build your careers and lives, take care of yourselves first, and infiltrate the System. The Warrior or Walmart ridicules the idea of slow and patient infiltration – instead, mount the ramparts (dressed like Batman or Captain America or wearing a TWP t-shirt with Codreanu’s picture on it), and proclaim your allegiances to the rooftops.
As far as this military fiasco goes, those fellows are young and they really didn’t know any better. The real fail here was with “movement leadership” who’ve been making the same types of mistakes over and over again.
My advice to activists, particularly young ones, remains – at least for the time being, drop out of active participation in Der Movement (and that includes giving “D’Nations”). You can continue reading the blogs, educating yourself, keeping track of the “movement,” but concentrate on yourself and making your own life better. To the extent possible burrow deep into the fabric of the System. But don’t actively participate in anything, including meetings, until such time that competent leadership arises – finally!– to put things right.
And yes, there here is real funny. Perhaps Hermansson would like to give a meeting keynote address on the dangers of Discord.