Israeli Jew News Time
June 2, 2014
“There will be so much blood in the streets, you’ll be able to float a dingy down Main street.” said Skinhead Militia leader and prominent Antisemitic cartoonist Ben Garrison in a recent call for open race war in America. Appearing in a video on YouTube, which has since been removed, a shirtless and heavily tattooed Garrison called on his “racial brethren” to rise up and “cleanse the genetically inferior filth from our homelands and return the Aryan race to rightful its place of domination over the earth.”
He had some particularly harsh words for the “anonymous Internet trolls” who edit his racist and Antisemitic cartoons to make them about libertarianism, saying “on the ancient Viking Graves of my divine Aryan ancestors, I vow to mow you down like weeds, you spineless kike cowards!”
Though little is known about Garrison’s past, he claims to have done three tours in Vietnam where he “killed more gooks than you can shake a burning cross at.” Upon being dishonorably discharged from the military for what official records call “a spree of genocidal massacres,” he returned home and began making racist cartoons under the pseudonym of A. Wyatt Mann. He says that he used a pseudonym because at that time he was trying to infiltrate the government so that he could “bring down the entire kike system from within.”
The CIA reports that in the mid-nineties, Garrison was engaged in a brief alliance with al-Queda and Islamic Jihad, but the partnership ended when an audio recording, wherein Garrison was heard saying “as soon as the hadjis finish helping me take down ZOG, I’m going to nuke every last sand nigger on the planet” was leaked to the Muslim terrorist factions.
At the end of the latest video, posted to YouTube through his “gas the kikes” account, Garrison is seen waving around a rusty machete, which appears to be covered in blood, while chanting “RaHoWa,” which is neo-Nazi jargon for “racial holy war.” He then points the knife at the Camara and screams “judgement day! Ragnarok now! Scorched earth, mother fucker! Fire up the gas chambers and ready the ovens! The kikes have nowhere to run! Sieg Heil!”
We were unable to reach Garrison for comment, as he is presently evading federal and international authorities, being wanted in connection with a series of deadly synagogue bombings across the United States and Canada. While on the run, he has continued to publish his cartoons through 4chan’s /pol/, where the bulk of his supporters congregate.
Though Garrison – who bills himself as “a one man Auschwitz” – claims to be “the rightful heir to the struggle of the White Aryan race for global dominance,” many within White supremacist circles flatly reject Garrison’s violent methods. We spoke by phone with Andrew Anglin, who runs the prominent racist news site the Daily Stormer.
“I’m not aware of a single white nationalist who endorses Garrison’s call for violent race war and genocide, outside of /pol/,” Anglin said.
For his part, Ben has been loyal to his supporters on /pol/ and has vowed to defend them with his life.
Recently, when the online hate prevention Institute, a Jewish-run anti-hate speech organization from Australia, attempted to contact the internet to have 4chan shut down for Antisemitism, Garrison issued a statement saying “if the internet shuts down 4chan for even one second, I will shut down the Internet and the Kikes behind it forever.”
The Internet has since said that it has no plans to shut down 4chan, but refused to comment on whether this decision was influenced by Garrison’s threats against it.
This article is satirical. Andrew Anglin has no official relationship with /pol/ or the cartoonist Ben Garrison, but views both as comrades in the struggle for liberation of the White Race.
The fake Ben Garrison troll and his kike lawyers should send legal threats and court papers or whatever to the following address:
6827 N. High Street, Suite 121
Try and take away my freedoms, fake Ben.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Seriously: come at me, bro.