UK: National Action Family Arrested After Naming Baby “Adolf Hitler”

Roy Batty
Daily Stormer
October 17, 2018

Arrests, arrests, arrests.

“Hate Crime” in the UK is defined in an Orwellian way and I’m not sure what the UK version of RICO is, but basically National Action got RICO’d and people who were a part of the organization were arrested simply for being a part of the organization. Like the mob or MS-13 or AntifaI kid. 


A couple, accused of being part of a banned far-right group, posed for photographs with a Nazi swastika flag while holding their newborn child, who was allegedly named after German dictator Adolf Hitler, a UK court has heard.

Adam Thomas, 21, and his partner Claudia Patatas, 38, face terrorism offences after they were arrested in January by police investigating the banned far-right group National Action.

The pair are on trial alongside 27-year-old Daniel Bogunovic, who is also charged with being a member of the proscribed organisation. National Action was outlawed by the Home Office in 2016 because of its promotion of violence online. All three defendants deny the charges, reported the BBC.

First things first, the woman is 38 and the kid is 21.

The fact that these photos were released and the whole, frankly, bizarre situation surrounding the relationship leads me to believe that the British government sees this as a chance to demonize nationalists.

Look, you have to be a weirdo to be anti-multiculti! 

While I sympathize with this kid, I do wonder what the National Action leaders were thinking. Was there not one higher-up who sat the kid down and gave him some basic life advice?

Me, I avoid any and all confrontations with people, just as a general rule because I just… eh… I get uncomfortable. People take constructive criticism the wrong way, you know?


If I wasn’t concerned with avoiding awkward situations at all costs, I’d probably say the following:

  • Yo, don’t marry a 40-year old woman. 
  • If you’ve got a fetish for that sort of thing, whatever, I’m not going to judge. Just bang her and move on tho.
  • DON’T take vanity picks of yourself with swastikas and KKK outfits.
  • Get a normal haircut.
  • DON’T name your kid “Adolf Hitler”

I feel like I shouldn’t have to tell people these things. Which is why, perhaps, if another person finds themselves in a similar situation where they do have to say these harsh truths, they just “nope” out of it.

This is the kind of insanity that most normies associate with Neo-Nazism.

And it’s all because no one in these circles ever enforces any standards of behavior. No one ever puts their foot down on anti-social behavior. 

Did this kid and his people deserve to be arrested? No, of course not. Cue Britbong Nightmare State meme.

But he sure didn’t make his case easy, now did he?

And I usually leave the advice bit to Andrew Anglin, but this one seems so straight-forward that I don’t think I can fuck it up.

Kids, don’t take pics like this: 

Most people get creeped out by that sort of thing.

Not really sure what the point even is.

And what does the KKK have to do with Bri – eh, nevermind.

Nationalists really need to start getting their shit together.

Self-styled leaders especially. 

If you’re taking in young men, you have to take that youthful edginess and channel it into something more constructive than… this.