The Stormer Plan for Richard Spencer’s Florida Gig

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
October 19, 2017

Our hero goes subtropical…!

But the enemy is ready for him…!

I know some Stormers are going to Florida to see Richard Spencer today.

At the Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts at the University of Florida in Gainsville, Florida. At 2:30 PM.

There are going to be hundreds of cops at the event.

At least 500.

Washington Post:

The University of Florida is bracing for the possibility that thousands of demonstrators will descend Thursday to protest a speech by white nationalist Richard Spencer even as administrators pleaded with students to stay away from the corner of campus where Spencer is scheduled to appear.

In an interview Wednesday, UF President W. Kent Fuchs said he believes Spencer benefits from demonstrations.

“I really believe that the protests are the oxygen on which the white nationalists and white supremacists survive,” Fuchs said. “I want the protesters to not give them what they seek. We need to speak up on our own platform, not [Spencer’s].”

Signs of Spencer’s impending visit were already evident Wednesday on Florida’s Spanish moss-shrouded campus.

At least 100 Florida state troopers gathered outside the Phillips Center on Wednesday to walk through preparations. A few students waiting at a bus stop watched silently as the troopers marched through the parking lot in formation and then stood around their commanders in two groups, listening to instructions.

A couple of local television news trucks were parked outside the Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, where Spencer is set to deliver his afternoon speech Thursday. Huge stacks of metal barricades that were ready to be erected into crowd control fences sat gleaming in the grass.

The Jewish student center extended its hours — with extra security. UF has more Jewish students than any other university in the nation, according to Hillel International, a prominent Jewish student organization.


Good stuff, good stuff.

Here’s the Plan

I’ve waited to post the plan because I didn’t want it out too early.

But the deal is:

  • There is a state of emergency
  • There are hundreds of cops
  • The cops can do anything to you during a state of emergency
  • There are going to be thousands of anti-whites
  • The cops are planning to corral left and right protesters into different areas
  • We have been lied to before by the cops

So, this is the plan:

  • Bring signs and flags and shit, but keep it in the car
  • It’s best if you have a bullhorn in the car
  • DO NOT bring any type of weapon at all (we are not streetfighters, that’s an urban myth)
  • Arrive as early as possible (11 AM)
  • Go to the event, preferably with a group, dressed normally – no uniform or racist anything, no white polo and khakis, no flags or signs, if you’ve got Nazi tattoos cover them up
  • Our people are going to be giving out the tickets, so walk up and don’t look like an antifa (but don’t look too Nazi either…)
  • Don’t talk to anyone who is not in your group, at all, even if you know them
  • If you don’t get a ticket, don’t fret
  • Don’t go to the designated protest area/TRAP ZONE
  • Go other places in the city of Gainsville and stage multiple flash demonstrations with a group of people

Okay, so the more detailed version.

1) If You Get a Ticket

If you get inside the event, then great. Mission accomplished.

You’ll be able to see Richard’s historic speech and everything nutty that happens, and you’ll have stacked the audience so there is less chance of these people trying to riot inside the building and the whole thing getting shut down. That is good.

If people start to riot, just do what the cops say. No one knows who you are, no one is going to attack you.

The the event gets shut down, move to step two.

2) If You Don’t Get a Ticket (Or the Event Gets Shut Down/Ends Early)

You can go anywhere in the city to stage the flash demos.

People have phones with cameras, the media is interested, it will get coverage. As long as it’s a public place.

For example:

You can protest Jews, black crime, Jewish media, Jewish coffee – whatever.

Protest all of it.

You can also demonstrate in favor of things, if there are statues of historically great white men (there are).

It doesn’t really matter.

I wouldn’t say protest those addresses I just listed. There might be cops there because of this article. I’m just giving you an idea here. Just Google Maps something up, and go there. Then do a short demo, then go somewhere else and repeat it.

Also, I would say to stay off campus, unless you can get in the event. The entire campus is going to be crawling with security and cops. And you’ll get gassed like a kike, or beat up and/or arrested.

The point is to confuse the situation and to create public attention, to make it feel like the entire city is taken over by our guys.

Flash demo should be ten minutes, tops. Make noise and get in the car before the cops show up. Obviously, it’s not illegal, but they might attack you or whatever anyway – who knows. The city has a state of emergency, so they’re allowed to just attack you on sight.

Obviously, if cops tell you to do something, do it. But don’t get into a situation with cops.

Don’t get in any kind of situation.

Driving around the city staging flash demos should be fun as hell.

Just – all of you guys, I’m serious – if you don’t get in the event, get off the campus quickly. As soon as you get denied a ticket, go to your car and hit the first spot you find on Google.



It’s best if you’ve got the bullhorn.

Protesting Starbucks with a bullhorn would be great – “we’ve had enough of this anti-white Jewish coffee!”

But, if you’re going to do chants with a group, keep them SIMPLE and GOOD.

“You/Jews will not replace us” and “Shlomo go home” are examples of SIMPLE and GOOD chants.



Orlando Sentinel:

UF President W. Kent Fuchs said he expects more than 500 law-enforcement officers will be on the university’s campus Thursday and that the total cost of providing security will top $600,000.

“I fully understand freedom of speech cannot be burdened legally with the full cost of this, but on the other hand we’re being burdened,” Fuchs told the Associated Press. “So taxpayers are subsidizing hate speech.”

That’s a lot of money.

And they don’t have any choice but to pay it. It’s the law.

You can thank the Founding Fathers for that.

We’ll have live coverage right here on the (the once and future

Hail our people.

Hail Victory.