Kookspiracy: 13 Russians Indicted for Cartoon Villainy

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 17, 2018

This does not paint a portrait of evil geniuses.

Instead, it paints a picture of Ducktales villains.

Were the Russians also planning to steal 40 cakes from Hillary?


The indictment of 13 Russian nationals over alleged meddling in US elections describes methods allegedly used by the defendants. Some of them are truly strange, suggesting cartoon villainy rather than a master plot.

Bizarre birthday wishes

On May 29, 2016, the defendants arranged for an American to stand in front of the White House and hold a sign reading: “Happy 55th Birthday Dear Boss.” The indictment claims this is related to the June 1 birthday of Russian oligarch Evgeny Prigozhin, who allegedly paid for the campaign.

Derogatory comments

According to the indictment, participants in the campaign posted “derogatory information” about a number of candidates, including Clinton and Senators Marco Rubio (R-Florida) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas). The indictment does not outline the actual content of the comments posted.

Used hashtags

Demonstrating evil genius, the defendants used a number of hashtags in their social media posts, such as #Trump2016 and #Hillary4Prison.

The hashtag claims are really nuts.

They are just outright claiming that no one on social media actually supported Trump – it was all these dastardly Russians.

“Choose peace, vote Jill Stein”

The evil Russian masterminds allegedly encouraged minorities not to vote, using fake accounts like Woke Blacks and Blacktivist to say: “Choose peace and vote for Jill Stein.”

On a Muslim account, they posted: “American Muslims are boycotting elections today, most of the American Muslim voters refuse to vote for Hillary Clinton because she wants to continue the war on Muslims in the middle east and voted yes for invading Iraq.”

The accounts may have been fake, but what exactly isn’t true about this?

Sad political rallies

The defendants organized a number of political rallies, posting about them on their social media accounts and asking other groups to promote them.

For the “Support Hillary, Save American Muslims” rally on July 9, 2016, in Washington DC, they allegedly got an American to hold a sign saying: “I think Sharia Law will be a powerful new direction of freedom.” It was supposed to be attributed to Clinton. This was actually reported by the Daily Beast in September.

Two “March for Trump, Down with Hillary” rallies were also organized in July 2016. This was also reported by the Daily Beast.

Clinton in a cage

In one instance, defendants asked a US citizen to build a cage for someone to stand in dressed as Clinton in a prison uniform.

Presenting the indictment to reporters on Friday, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein acknowledged that none of these efforts actually affected the outcome of the election, and that there was nothing in the allegations to show that any Americans involved knew what was going on.

Okay so.

Putting aside the goofiness factor here, as well as the fact it is presumably all made up anyway –

How is any of this illegal?

Russians are allowed to support political candidates. They are allowed to shill in whatever weird way they wish.

Setting a precedent that no foreign body is ever allowed to support a political candidate in another country is setting a precedent that is going to hurt Jews a whole lot more than it hurts Russians.

The entire media apparatus in the United States is entirely controlled by Jews, all of whom are de facto Israeli citizens. Meaning that the media itself is a foreign group interfering with American elections.

How about we investigate what effect Israelis and de facto Israelis had on the election?