June 9, 2018
Everyone knows that the far right internet is filled with so-called “spergs,” who are often dismissed as autistic individuals who mean what they say but just have problems.
It is also considered that these persons may be Jews or feds posing as right-wingers in order to cause chaos and confusion amongst us.
I have long suspected that actual Antifa were posing as “spergs,” as it seemed that many of these disruptor agents understood the culture at a level which is beyond that which Jews or feds would understand it, and were purposefully poisoning it.
One such Antifa just got arrested for doing exactly that.
Last year’s turmoil in Charlottesville involving white supremacist demonstrators and so-called antifa activists has now swept up an Avon man who was arrested Friday.
Federal authorities say Eric Radulovic, 32, was upset about the August 2017 rally, which resulted in one death and ignited a political firestorm. Radulovic posed as a white supremacist online while threatening to harm those who planned to attend a similar rally the following weekend, according to a federal indictment filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
Users on an online message board, titled Politically Incorrect on 4chan.org, planned the controversial Boston Free Speech event for the following weekend to unite supporters of President Trump, conservatives, traditionalists and others, according to federal authorities. The goal was to “stand up against ANTIFA terrorism.”
On that message board, the Indiana man pretended to be a white supremacist to make threats to white attendees at the rally, authorities say.
He wrote that he would fire a rifle at “alt-right guys” to drum up support for the movement, authorities say.
“We need sympathy after that landwhale got all the liberals teary eyed, so someone is going to have to make it look like the left is becoming more violent and radicalized,” he wrote on 4chan, according to a press release. “It’s a false flag for sure, but I’ll be aiming for the more tanned/dark haired muddied jeans in the crowd so real whites won’t have to worry.”
Authorities said Radulovic hoped his message would be received as a threat.
There you go.
Drumming up retard-tier faux-extremism while also playing up the “dark-haired people are not white” meme. Both retard extremism and “blonde only Aryanism” have been attributed to autistics generally, but I have suspected otherwise.
Long have I suspected otherwise.
And he knew the “landwhale” language, didn’t he?
I’m sure he knew all the memes.
Remember this story when you see people on forums acting insane or deranged and trying to redirect the conversation towards insane/deranged avenues.
This is not the only time this has happened. It is simply that most people smart enough to manipulate the right in this way are also smart enough not to post things they can be arrested for (real world threats of imminent violence).
You have to be smart, and not just assume that anyone who is trying to say they are more hardcore than you actually is more hardcore than you. There is no secret band of ultra-hardcore neon-nazis.
We are all just a bunch of guys on the internet.
Always be suspicious of people who present themselves as the most hardcore bastards ever.