September 26, 2018
I don’t know anything about “neo-Nazis,” other than what I read on forums. I guess they dress-up in costumes and march through the streets screaming. Not my thing. No interest. Seems faggy.
Personally, I only associate with neon-nazis (“White Miamists”), trolls, autistics, domestic violence advocates and members of the Ku Klux Klan.
I do know something about the Kekistan flag though. This was a symbol initially used by trolls on 4chan and Twitter, which Sargonites (devotees of the religious cult leader Sargon of Akkad) and MAGApedes from Reddit decided would be fun to steal and use to symbolize their own ideology of… Sargonism or whatever.
Zoom in here – Sargon is the bearded fat guy in the middle. He wears the beard to cover his third chin, which he acquired while snacking and reading Locke and/or claiming to read Locke while playing ARK: Survival Evolved.
So I don’t think this article is factually accurate at all.
However, I do agree with Sargonists being kicked out of Afghanistan. This man was no doubt there to try and convert Moslems to his ideology of… Sargonism. And more than likely, the reverse would have happened and he would have ended up joining ISIS.
A civilian contractor working with the U.S. armed forces in Afghanistan has been fired after video footage posted online this week showed him wearing a white nationalist “Kekistan” flag patch on his helmet.
Sgt. 1st Class Debra Richardson, spokeswoman for U.S. forces in Afghanistan, told HuffPost in an email Tuesday that the man worked for the Virginia-based aviation consultant company MAG Aerospace.
Richardson declined to identify the man, but said he was “immediately terminated” by MAG Aerospace “for a violation of company standards” and “is scheduled to depart Afghanistan today, Sept 25.”
Earlier this week, footage of U.S. and Afghan air crews training to fly a UH-60 helicopter in Kandahar province was posted to the website of the Defense Visual Information Distribution Service, which produces videos for the Department of Defense.
The video shows the unidentified contractor sporting a “Kekistan” flag patch on his helmet. The flag, developed in racist 4chan chat rooms, intentionally mimics the design of the German Nazi war flag, with the Iron Cross replaced by the 4chan logo, the swastika swapped out for the “KEK” symbol and the German red replaced with “Pepe the Frog” green.
The Huffington Post dox squad is really scraping the bottom of the barrel at this point.
It reminds me of this scene in the VH1 series “Behind the Music” – the episode about Metallica. One member of the band – I forget which one – was talking about how they were in the tour bus using hypodermic needles to mainline whiskey and then they were like “we could just be drinking this.”
This Huffington Post doxer, Christopher Mathias, is a full-time “hate researcher,” and obviously knows that the Kekistan flag is not a “white nationalist” symbol. Sargonism is adamantly anti-racist.
Obviously, the Huffington Post blog is the last stop for the most incompetent of clickbait “journalists.” If you are so dense that you can’t get a job at Buzzfeed, you’re a Huffington Post blogger. And journalists in general are incompetent, stupid people who cannot make it in any other profession. So I don’t have a hard time believing this sonovabitch is dumber than dogshit, and has a very difficult time grasping the concept of relationships between symbols and ideas, let alone the ideas themselves.
Matthias looks like he has a mild form of Down Syndrome.
But look: he publishes between one and two blog posts a week, and does not have another job (that I’m aware of). The rest of his time is ostensibly spent researching these “hate groups” he blogs about.
Step one: Type “Kekistani flag” into Google
Step two: Click on first result
Step three: Find out that it is the symbol of Sargon of Akkad
Step four: Type “Sargon of Akkad” into Google
Step Five: Click Sargon of Akkad’s YouTube channel and/or his Wikipedia page and find out that he is not a “neo-Nazi”
No matter how dumb this goofy-looking motherfucker is, it is hard to believe he is incapable of following those five steps to “research” his hit piece.
So what then is going on?
Presumably, they are just running out of people to dox, so they are randomly going after whoever.
Remember that another prominent dox-blogger, Talia Lavin of the New Yorker, claimed that an ICE agent had a neo-Nazi tattoo, when it was in fact a tattoo from his military unit.
He was a war hero, poor bastard had his legs blown off, and this bitch is calling him a Nazi to try to get him fired from his job for ostensibly thinking thoughts she disagrees with?
She cropped his leglessness out of the picture she posted, because even if he had been a Nazi, people would have been like “yo wtf, this poor bastard got his legs blown off in a war, give him a goddamn break.”
That fat Jew bitch was also stupid, and like Matthias, appears on sight to have mild Down Syndrome.
But did she really not know? Could she not have noticed that the man had no legs, and thus was probably a vet, and that the Maltese Cross has many uses in military and civilian defense circles?
Including all fire departments?
The New Yorker fired her over it, while Matthias will probably not be fired, because the situation is slightly more nuanced – slightly.
Point being: Mattias has basically done the exact same thing Lavin did, misunderstanding the relationship between a symbol and an idea in order to witch hunt a random person.
Maybe I’m giving too much credit, and these people really are just stupid and unhinged.
Most likely, it is a combination of both: they are stupid people on a mission, and stupid people are more likely to be able to justify behaviors which do not otherwise make logical sense.
We’ll have to wait for Sargon’s take.
I won’t be waiting for that.
You probably will be, you fag.