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The Base is an accelerationist, neo-Nazi white separatist paramilitary hate group, formed in 2018 and active in at least the United States, Canada, Australia and South Africa. The group advocates the formation of white ethnostates, a goal which is to be achieved through terrorism and the violent overthrow of existing governments. It organizes “race war preppers” and operates “hate camps”.
The Base has recruited by using iFunny, a Russian meme website.
A propaganda gif from a The Base training camp near Spokane, Washington was posted in August 2019 and dated 18 August 2019.
Rumor has it, that the leader of the Base is a agent who properly work for FBI or Homeland Security.
Rinaldo Nazzaro a Russian married, Jewish looking leader of the Base (picture below).
The Base also have a Jordanian member named Yousef O. Barasneh.
Revealed: the true identity of the leader of an American “neo-Nazi terror group”
The Atomwaffen Division (Atomwaffen meaning “nuclear weapons” in German) is a neo-Nazi terrorist network. Formed in 2015 and based in the Southern United States, it has since expanded across the United States and into the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, the Baltic states and other European countries. The group is part of the alt-right, although the group rejects the label and is considered extreme even within that movement. It is listed as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).
Members of the Atomwaffen Division have been held responsible for a number of murders, planned terrorist attacks, as well as other criminal actions.
Some members of the group also sympathize with the Salafi and jihadist forms of Islam. Atomwaffen Division’s founder, Brandon Russell, is alleged to have described Omar Mateen, who pledged allegiance to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant and perpetrated the Orlando nightclub shooting, as “a hero”. The group also idolizes Osama bin Laden in its propaganda and considers “the culture of martyrdom and insurgency” within al Qaeda and the Taliban as something which should be emulated. Samuel Woodward also articulated a positive view of Islam, saying that he preferred ISIL to multiculturalism and liberalism and cited Julius Evola, Francis Parker Yockey and George Lincoln Rockwell as having been sympathetic towards Islam as well. He also said that Arthurs believed that Islamophobia was being used to promote White Genocide by Neocons.
United Kingdom (Sonnenkrieg Division)
The Sonnenkrieg Division (“Sonnenkrieg” German for “Sun war”) is a neo-Nazi group that is the United Kingdom-based branch of the Atomwaffen Division, and it maintains its links to the Atomwaffen Division by e-mails and chat room discussions as well as by its use of similar names and its distribution of similar propaganda. It surfaced in December 2018, when it was revealed that members of the group had written on the group’s Discord server that Prince Harry was a “race traitor” who should be shot for marrying Meghan Markle, who is of mixed race; that police officers should be raped and killed; and that white women who date non-whites should be hanged. At its formation in 2018 the group was thought to have had 10-15 members in the UK and Europe, and some suspected members are thought to have been involved in a previous neo-Nazi group, the System Resistance Network (one of the aliases of National Action), which was linked to various acts of racial violence and arson in the UK. The BBC revealed that the leaders of the group were Andrew Dymock, 21, and Oskar Dunn-Koczorowski, 18.
Police arrested three suspected members of the Sonnenkrieg Division in early December 2018 as part of an “ongoing investigation into extreme right-wing activity”. MI5, the British domestic intelligence agency, took the lead in the government’s monitoring of far-right terrorism.
On June 18, 2019 Sonnenkrieg members Dunn-Koczorowski and Michal Szewczuk, 19, were jailed for terrorism offences. According to the prosecutor the men promoted “engaging in a “total attack” on the system”, Dunn-Koczorowski having proclaimed “terror is the best political weapon for nothing drives people harder than a fear of sudden death” and were intent on action. Furthermore, the group was influenced by James Mason who “may well represent the most violent, revolutionary and potentially terroristic expression of right-wing extremism current today”. Dunn-Koczorowski was sentenced to 18 months in detention for encouraging terrorism, and Szewczuk was sentenced to four years in prison for encouraging terrorism and possessing documents that are useful to a terrorist, such as bomb-making instructions.
According to British anti-fascists, Sonnenkrieg Division has been influenced by the Order of Nine Angles and it is more extreme and potentially more violent than National Action. Hope not Hate‘s annual “State of Hate” report stated that: “some members have also carried out some of these satanic fantasies and allegations of rape and imprisonment against their own members are circulating.” Sonnenkrieg Division members had shared videos of one female supporter being tortured and scored with a knife by one of the group’s male members. The private messages which belonged to Sonnenkrieg Division and were acquired by the police included footage of the members of the group verbally abusing women and mutilating them, such as a picture of a naked girl with a swastika and runic symbols cut into her body.
On February 20, 2019 Jacek Tchorzewski, 18, was stopped by the counter terrorism unit at the Luton airport. He was arrested on suspicion of terror offences, and the police uncovered “an enormous amount” of manuals on how to make weapons and explosives and Nazi propaganda. In court it was heard Tchorzewski had told it was “his dream” to commit a terrorist attack and he intended to smuggle firearms and explosives from Germany for this purpose. Also presented was a notebook from his prison cell where he had written: “Let’s fill our hearts with terror and London’s streets with blood.” Commander Richard Smith, the head of the counter terrorism unit stated that Tchorzewski was connected to the Sonnenkrieg Division. Judge Anuja Dhir said Tchorzewski was a “deeply entrenched neo-Nazi with an interest in Satanism and occult practices” and an “offender of particular concern” and on September 20, 2019 Tchorzewski was handed a sentence of four years for terrorism offences at the Old Bailey.
On December 4 2019, Andrew Dymock was arrested and charged with 15 terror offenses, including encouraging terrorism and raising funds for a terrorist group. He was first arrested in June 2018 at Gatwick Airport on his way to the United States. Dymock was questioned over alleged sexual offences against a teenage girl, in connection to the earlier knife attacks on women.
In February 2020, Sonnenkrieg Division became the second far-right group to be banned as a terrorist organization after National Action.
“The BBC revealed that the leaders of the group were Andrew Dymock, 21, and Oskar Dunn-Koczorowski, 18.”
“On June 18, 2019 Sonnenkrieg members Dunn-Koczorowski and Michal Szewczuk, 19, were jailed for terrorism offences.”
20-year-old Benjamin Bogard was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in February 2019 after the FBI received a tip that Bogard might be planning a terrorist attack.
He was arrested on charges of possession of child pornography after the authorities uncovered videos of young girls being raped on his phone during the investigation. The FBI decided to arrest him because it appeared that Bogard was “mobilizing for violence.”
FBI Special Agent Christopher Combs stated that the evidence “demonstrated the defendant’s fixation with committing barbaric and inhumane acts of violence against children and others”. Bogard was sentenced to 80 months in federal prison for sex crimes.
An 18-year-old member, Devon Arthurs, of Tampa Palms, Florida, converted to Islam and described himself as a “Salafist National Socialist.” In May 2017, Arthurs was accused of killing two of his roommates and fellow Atomwaffen Division members in retaliation after they ridiculed his conversion. Arthurs was arrested following a hostage situation, during which he allegedly told police that he shot 22-year-old Jeremy Himmelman and 18-year-old Andrew Oneschuk earlier that day. In 2018, following competency evaluations by two court-appointed experts (a neuropsychologist and a psychologist), Arthurs was ruled incompetent to stand trial. He spent more than a year at the Florida State Hospital where he received treatment to make him competent to stand trial. Arthurs is currently facing two counts of first-degree murder in addition to kidnapping and firearms charges. In December 2019, several experts testified that Arthurs suffers from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder among other conditions, experiences hallucinations and believes he can communicate with the dead. It was opined that Arthurs is incapable of being restored to competency and should be returned to the Florida State Hospital.
Michael Isaac Peinovich (born 1977), commonly known by his pseudonym Mike Enoch, is an American neo-Nazi, anti-Semitic conspiracy theorist, blogger and podcast host. He founded the alt-right media network The Right Stuff and podcast The Daily Shoah. Through his work, Peinovich ridicules African Americans, Jews, and other ethnic minorities, advocates racial discrimination, and promotes conspiracy theories such as Holocaust denial and white genocide.
Peinovich first drew media attention for his use of the Nazi salute at a conference organized by Richard Spencer to celebrate Donald Trump’s presidential election; in response to Spencer’s cry of “hail Trump, hail our people, hail victory!,” Peinovich led the audience in a series of Sieg Heil salutes. The salutes were performed in front of a number of journalists, and film footage of the speech and the Peinovich-inspired salutes was widely circulated by the mainstream media. According to Andrew Marantz, the event marginalized the alt right by defining it to the public as a neo-Nazi movement, and led to an exodus of Trump supporters from the movement.
In early 2017, while operating his anti-semitic media network under the pseudonym Mike Enoch, he was doxxed by fellow neo-Nazis, who released biographical information about Peinovich that contradicted his professed ideology. The dox revealed that Peinovich’s own wife was Jewish, and that their wedding had featured traditional Jewish rites and chanting. As a neo-Nazi, Peinovich was also mocked upon the revelation of his Serbian surname, in light of the Nazi regime’s racial classification of Serbs as subhumans (“Untermenschen“), and the genocide of Serbs perpetrated by Nazi puppet regime Ustashe.
In addition to his founding of a neo-Nazi media network, Peinovich has drawn attention for his role in organizing book burnings.
“Peinovich first drew media attention for his use of the Nazi salute at a conference organized by Richard Spencer to celebrate Donald Trump’s presidential election; in response to Spencer’s cry of “hail Trump, hail our people, hail victory!,” Peinovich led the audience in a series of Sieg Heil salutes.”
“In early 2017, while operating his anti-semitic media network under the pseudonym Mike Enoch, he was doxxed by fellow neo-Nazis, who released biographical information about Peinovich that contradicted his professed ideology. The dox revealed that Peinovich’s own wife was Jewish, and that their wedding had featured traditional Jewish rites and chanting.”
“As a neo-Nazi, Peinovich was also mocked upon the revelation of his Serbian surname, in light of the Nazi regime’s racial classification of Serbs as subhumans (“Untermenschen“), and the genocide of Serbs perpetrated by Nazi puppet regime Ustashe.“
The Daily Stormer is an American far-right neo-Nazi, white supremacist, and Holocaust denial commentary and message board website that advocates for the genocide of Jews. It considers itself a part of the alt-right movement. Its editor, Andrew Anglin, founded it on July 4, 2013, as a faster-paced replacement for his previous website Total Fascism. The website also publishes its content in Spain and Latin America, Italy and Greece.
The site is known for its use of Internet memes, which have been likened to the imageboard 4chan and cited as attractions for a younger and more ideologically diverse audience. While some white nationalist authors have praised The Daily Stormer‘s reach, others have taken issue with its content and tone, accusing Anglin of being an agent provocateur, used to discredit true white nationalism.
Andrew Alan Escher Auernheimer (/ˈɔːrənhaɪmər/ OR-ən-hy-mər; born September 1, 1985), best known by his pseudonym weev, is an American computer hacker and self-avowed Internet troll who is affiliated with the alt-right. He has identified himself using a variety of aliases to the media, although most sources correctly provide his first name as Andrew.
In 2016, Auernheimer was responsible for sending thousands of white-supremacist flyers to unsecured web-connected printers at multiple universities and other locations in the U.S. Since his release from prison, he has lived in a variety of locations in Eastern Europe and the Middle East. In 2017, it was reported that he was acting as webmaster for the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer. The Southern Poverty Law Center describes him as “a neo-Nazi white supremacist” known for “extremely violent rhetoric advocating genocide of non-whites”.
In 2017, Auernheimer was reported to be working as the webmaster for The Daily Stormer. Despite his neo-Nazi affiliations, Auernheimer’s mother has stated that he has Jewish relatives on both sides of his family.
This is just a few examples of how Jews, Slavs, and other non-Whites, muslims and degenerates in general, can infiltrate and subverse a movement.
Speaking of degenerates, Ramz Paul who loves Europe’s Mexico. Have made a video about another type of infiltration and subversion.
Should the FBI encourage criminal behavior?
White genocide is not a conspiracy theory!
Fourth-generation warfare (4GW)
The Frankfurt School and Critical Theory – Cultural Marxism
Whatever you FOCUS on you will be more sensitive to
The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)
Delusions of grandeur or just fake?
Pan-European nationalism vs Ethnostate nationalism