Is the Gilroy Garlic Gunman a WHITE SUPREMACIST?

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 30, 2019

I’m just learning from the Jewish media that Santino William Legan, the half-Iranian Gilroy Garlic Gunman who shot up a California food festival on Monday, is a WHITE SUPREMACIST.

The Jewish media wouldn’t lie to me… would they?

So what then is this WHITE SUPREMACIST manifesto of which they speak?

San Francisco Chronicle:

Shortly before Sunday’s mass shooting in Gilroy, the 19-year-old who committed the crime used his Instagram account to promote a book widely considered a manifesto of white supremacy, offering insight into the still-unknown motivation of the gunman.

Santino William Legan, on many levels, was an average Bay Area teen, growing up in a well-known South Bay family less than 2 miles from where the violence played out. But a handful of social media posts suggests Legan ran astray of his more established family members, embracing a disturbing and tangled ideology of hate and violence.

In an Instagram post written about an hour before the rampage, Legan encouraged people to read “Might Is Right or the Survival of the Fittest.” The fringe book, originally published in 1890 and since re-released by a handful of small publishing houses, is a call to action against the alleged tyrannies of government and organized religion. The 96-page work encourages the “strong” to rise up over the “weak.”

While some literary historians suggest the book was written as a satire of social Darwinism — the theory that likens survival of the fittest among plants and animals to human society — many say it was a genuine promotion of the Anglo race. The book repeatedly demeans black and Jewish people as inferior. It also argues that women are the property of men.

“Books play a big role in the white supremacist movement,” said Peter Simi, a professor of sociology at Chapman University in Southern California who studies political extremism and violence. “Posting (about a book) is a clear shout to say the reason I’m doing this violence is not just personal but to say I’m acting on behalf of a larger movement.”

Oh.

So instead of posting a clear message, he posted a secret message? And this is not a conspiracy theory?

Does the book posting also connect him to Russian bots somehow, Peter Simi?

“Might is Right” by Ragnar Redbeard sure is a weird way to send a WHITE SUPREMACIST message, I have to say. Particularly since it isn’t a pro-White book at all, and is in fact probably a satirical take on Social Darwinism. It was published in the 1890s, well before there was any such talk about WHITE SUPREMACY.

Yes, I have seen it posted in internet chatrooms associated with White Issues, but I’ve also seen a lot of other books posted in such chatrooms that no one would accuse of being “WHITE SUPREMACIST” manifestos. For instance, the books of Robert Putnam, a liberal Harvard professor, are very popular in WHITE SUPREMACIST circles. I assume that non-Nazis read Mr. Putnam’s books, just as I assume that non-Nazis read “Might is Right.”

For example, the Jew Satanist Anton LaVey was a big fan of Ragnar Redbeard’s alleged manifesto. In actual fact, huge portions of “The Satanic Bible” were plagiarized directly from that book.

Wikipedia:

Either to meet length requirements set by the publisher or out of agreement with the ideas, LaVey and Hegarty borrowed heavily from writings by other authors. These included a social Darwinist book published in 1890 entitled Might Is Right by Ragnar Redbeard.

Funny, “The Satanic Bible” Wikipedia page does not identify this as a WHITE SUPREMACIST manifesto when it cites the fact that LaVey ripped it off.

What does the “Might is Right” Wikipedia page say?

Wikipedia:

Might Is Right or The Survival of the Fittest, is a book by pseudonymous author Ragnar Redbeard. First published in 1896, it heavily advocates egoist anarchism, amorality, consequentialism and psychological hedonism. In Might Is Right, Redbeard rejects conventional ideas of human and natural rights and argues that only strength or physical might can establish moral right (Ă  la Callicles or Thrasymachus). The book also attacks Christianity and Democracy. Friedrich Nietzsche’s theories of master–slave morality and herd mentality serve as a clear inspiration for Redbeard’s book written contemporaneously.

Noted individualist anarchist, revisionist historian James J. Martin called it “surely one of the most incendiary works ever to be published anywhere.” This refers to the controversial content such as the viewpoint that weakness should be regarded with hatred and the strong and forceful presence of Social Darwinism in the text.

Egoist anarchism, amorality, consequentialism and psychological hedonism are not concepts that I’ve seen very often in my own adventures on the WHITE SUPREMACIST internet.

So, it appears that the ties of this book to WHITE SUPREMACY are extremely dubious, and we’re simply being asked to believe that this connection exists. Asked by the Jewish media.

So, I guess it’s up to you whether or not you want to believe this assertion by Jews. I know people tend to believe the Jews because they are God’s Chosen People.

However, it seems to me that they might be stretching the truth a little bit here.

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