Alt-Right/Crypto-Fascist Polytheist Galina Krasskova

Introduction

Meet polytheist author, fascist sympathizer, and rape apologist Galina Krasskova. She’s authored quite a number of books dealing with polytheism, Nordic gods, and working with runes. Evidently, she’s a “big name pagan” author (although, by her own account, she prefers the label polytheist), and one can find all kinds of conversations about her via online forums and sites like Tumblr. She’s quite an academic, holding a BA in cultural studies with a concentration in religious studies from Empire State College, a masters in religious studies from New York University, has completed Ph.D. coursework in classics at Fordham University in New York, and she’s currently pursuing a medieval studies MA. Her aim in academia is to attain a Ph.D. in theology.

In browsing the web and looking over her blog, more than a few problematic things become manifest. First of all, she defends and sympathizes with fascists and fascist pagan groups such as the Asatru Folk Assembly.

Secondly, she keeps company with fascists and she links to blog posts from them; specifically, she’s friends with outright nazi Church of Satan member Kenaz Filan and she’s advocated and platformed his blog Europa’s Children, wherein he can be seen making bad faith arguments and furthering fascist talking points for an ethnostate and white nationalism. Kenaz, by the way, is an explicit nazi who furthers the conspiracy theory that James Alex Fields Jr. ran over a crowd at the deadly Unite the Right rally in self-defense and is innocent of committing murder. Kenaz interacts with other fascists on his Gab, like Daniel McMahon AKA Jack Corbin, and his Gab posts include inciting violence and spreading around literal anti-Semitic propaganda from nazi Germany. He’s also harassed a vulnerable person on Twitter in the aim of getting them to kill themselves. Galina apparently has no problem with this bigoted behavior and she seems to hold Kenaz in high regard.

Thirdly, Galina is a rape apologist who has justified the rape of Rindr in her mythology at the hands of Odin and has basically excused any atrocity by, or in the name of, her gods. This apologetic is reminiscent of frequent Christian apologetics that justifies atrocities by Jahweh by invoking his mysteriousness and omnibenevolence (something that Galina does on her blog in regard to her gods)–that we couldn’t possibly be in a capacity to understand his plan with our limited minds and logic, and that all apparent evil in the world ultimately serves a higher purpose in perhaps teaching a valuable lesson. And this, to be sure, is an example of the danger and utter moral failing of religion.

Let’s examine some of her content, as well as conversations had about her by other polytheists and pagans.

Blog Posts and Fascist Sympathies

Here she is sharing content by Kenaz Filan consisting of dishonesty and bad faith arguments. Any claim that Kenaz makes about “not being a nazi” or his “white nationalism not involving hate or violence” is directly destroyed by taking a look at his Gab account where he glorifies killing black people, shares racist and anti-Semitic memes, and chats with other fascists. As well, Galina seems to have no problem whatsoever with now-defunct fascist hate group Identity Evropa, now rebranded as American Identity Movement. She thinks that it’s not a big deal that white supremacists appropriate religious movements such as heathenism or that they follow a strict code of traditionalism that discriminates and commits violence against marginalized groups and people. She’s also completely fine with white supremacists being in law enforcement.

 

Galina has also worked with and supports a transphobic transgender intersex person, Raven Kaldera, who has also published books about paganism. In the past, Raven has spouted all sorts of transmisogyny, anti-trans violence, and racism. For instance, Raven has called trans issues “third gender issues”, which is problematic in itself, and it seems he also doesn’t accept trans people as the gender that they are. Raven also has misconceptions about what male privilege is, saying that male privilege is discounted both when one encounters dirty looks in a clothes store or that one isn’t allowed to hold a traditionally “female” job. Generally, he seems to have a bigoted and ignorant view of trans people.

Raven also seems to mix BDSM with paganism, and he calls himself an “ordeal master”. Ordeals are the act of putting assumably consenting parties through situations that can involve intense physical and mental pain in order to attain some sort of “spiritual” consciousness and can be a form of worship in the religious practice. Consenting parties should be fully free to engage in indulgent behavior; the problem, though, is that Raven has been accused of abusing naive people who are new to paganism who end up getting raped. He’s also been accused of falsely linking sadistic sexual acts to the Hindu Kavadi ceremony and the Lakota Sun Dance, which has been called misappropriation and racist.

In a few posts on Galina’s blog, she attempts to paint herself as not being a nazi and holding to the position that nazism is harmful, but she contradicts herself all over the place stating that she’s anti-antifa and that fascists like Richard Spencer shouldn’t be punched in the face. In a few places, she even states that she falls along the center of the political spectrum and puts forth tired “both sides” talking points. She immediately contradicts this, though, by going on with anti-antifa and pro-free speech tirades that sympathize with violent fascists and play into their favor by supporting them having a platform from which to hurl speech that targets marginalized people with violence and murder. She’s quick to condemn antifascist tactics that thwart this behavior but she’s even quicker to sympathize and excuse violent fascists. She even made a blog post that stated she thinks that nazis are and should be welcome in Valhalla because Odin is a deity of such a mind that politics and irredeemable behavior are just such a small thing to worry about, that actions in battle are what should truly decide the inhabitants of Valhalla. The whole thing stinks of nazi apologism.

She’s also made a post that supports the white supremacist Asatru Folk Assembly, and she is in opposition to Declaration 127 which lists heathen and pagan organizations that oppose AFA. She can be seen actively supporting this racist organization. She’s also condemned the organization Troth for coming out as anti-racist. One isn’t in a position to claim to be opposed to fascism if one directly supports fascist organizations and condemns those who oppose them. She’s entirely making way for fascism to continue to creep into these religious circles. As we’ve seen many times with other fascist sympathizers, she’s pulling the plausible deniability card. It’s not going to cut it around here. There is no middle ground. Either one is and supports fascists or one isn’t and doesn’t. She’s going beyond being merely complicit here. She’s endorsing a fascist heathen organization, something that should be given no tolerance.

Unsurprisingy, she’s also anti-PC and anti-SJW, anti-“censorship”, and pro-free speech that includes platforming fascists. She’s linked to some articles by Wayland Skallagrimsson who has talked fondly of the hammerskins and espoused proto-fascist ideas of hierarchy and anti-PC/anti-SJW sentiment.

 

As well as being anti-SJW, she’s also intolerant of other religions. She wants nothing to do with them and holds an elitist view of her religion in looking down upon others. She wants to mate only within the religion and she supports patriarchial conceptions of a dowry and arranged marriages. She also has troubling ideas about duty to art. She’s fatphobic and she’s against “progress” if it stands in the way of her gods or religion. She’s also classist and she doesn’t believe in helping poor people gain access to college, being a self-described gatekeeper.

 

She’s anti-Marxist and, shown above, she espouses fascist dogwhistles about post-modernism.

 

She’s shared propaganda from alt-right site Breitbart, which has featured Milo “Gay Hitler” Yiannopoulos. She’s Islamophobic, and it’s worth pointing out that Heathens United Against Racism has made a statement against here for this and promoting Hindu nationalist publications promoting all-out war with Muslims. They’ve denounced her and called for opposition against her.

 

Oh, and Galina is a rape apologist who excuses rape in her mythology.

Further Links Concerning Abuse and Bigotry

There are numerous troubling threads online that discuss other troubling things with her, such as abuse and further bigotry. We can’t confirm the veracity of some of the claims made on these sites, as no links were given backing up certain claims. However, people should be aware of the accusations being made in light of what we’ve already reported on in this article. If one can’t be bothered to read entire pages, we recommend doing a quick search with keywords such as “Galina Krasskova”, “abuse”, “discrimination”, “racism”, “fascism”, “nazism” etc.

  1. Here’s a forum thread on abuse, bigotry, and fascism.
  2. Here’s a post that lays out racism, etc.
  3. Here’s a post exposing Raven Kaldera’s racism and transphobia.
  4. Here’s a post showing Galina’s anti-PC rhetoric and fascist sympathies.
  5. Here’s a post showing her toxic views.

The Doxx

Galina I. Krosskova is 46 years old and currently teaches Latin at Fordham University.
She can be reached at this PO Box: 228 Beacon, NY 12508.
Possible phone numbers: landline: 845-831-0709; wireless: 831-383-8255.
Email: heathenrytoday@gmail.com; gkrasskova@cs.com.
Facebook
: https://www.facebook.com/galina.krasskova.
Twitter: https://twitter.com/galinakrasskova.

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Alt-Lite Leanings of the Satanic Temple’s Grey Faction Director – Evan Anderson

The Satanic Temple’s Grey Faction is a temple project that aims to debunk Satanic Panic era conspiracy theories about Satanism, such as Satanic ritual abuse, and they debunk pseudo-science in mental healthcare practices that contribute to Satanic Panic style conspiracies. It’s important to mention at the outset that calling out and debunking conspiracy theories and pseudo-science in fields of study is an important and morally good action, as it can negate or mitigate tangible harm due to delusional or irrational beliefs in these fields. It must be wholly clear here that our criticism isn’t aimed at Grey Faction for their pro-science activism; on the contrary, we’re science advocates and we believe in science education and the defense of science against the delusions and woo peddled by religion against scientific literacy and progress, such as creationism, anti-abortion woo, and anti-vaccination pseudo-science. What we do have a problem with, however, is the problematic and alt-lite views that Grey Faction director Evan Anderson exhibits and, moreover, the general alt-right nature of TST. TST is demonstrating itself to be problematic on all fronts, and Grey Faction is merely a recent and small feature of the overall whole.

The Satanic Temple is a crypto-fascist organization which is headed by a Zionist nationalist, Cevin Soling (Malcolm Jarry) and is represented in the media by crypto-fascist and alt-right advocate Doug Misicko (Doug Mesner/Lucien Greaves). It’s entirely consistent with TST behavior that other fascist and alt-right/alt-lite sympathizers in the organization are permitted to espouse bigoted and crypto-fascist talking points, and we’re here to highlight this behavior and call out these crypto-fascists and fascist sympathizers. So, let’s take a look at Grey Faction director Evan Anderson and see just what kind of person he is.

Alt-Lite and Crypto-Fascist Leanings

For starters, let’s look at this piece which is full of hot takes and assorted strawmen. The whole thing reads as if it could have been penned by Milo Yiannopoulos or Dave Rubin (or now for a limited time only, bonus problematic character Ben Shapiro). It echoes prominent talking points in conservative and alt-right spaces, such as the fetid “facts over feelings”, “the left care about feelings over facts”, and “the left consists of a bunch of uptight church ladies who are easily offended over everything”.

The problem of the left’s preoccupation with microaggressions is indicative of their concern with subjective experience, narrative, and feelings over research, objective facts, and the process of real social progress.

In lieu of leveraging science and data to help solve serious, catastrophic, well-documented disparities between the races, far too many liberals are engaged in witch hunts against professors, academics, and universities whose views — often based on research — they find deplorable, uncomfortable, even sacrilegious. The extent to which we concern ourselves with imagery and narrative is the degree to which we neglect to identify and mitigate the suffering and disadvantage of those for whom we advocate.

In the same piece, Evan argues that the Left shouldn’t focus on “symbols” (his scare quotes) of oppression such as Confederate flags (which are fundamentally and patently racist and oppressive to black people and other people of color) or hate speech. He also puts forth the absolutely absurd assertion that racist beliefs themselves aren’t a problem and says calling out oppressive and racist people is unfair because they’re “downtrodden” people who have been prevented from obtaining “equal opportunity”. 

The left’s focus on the “symbols” of oppression — like flags and words — necessarily results in less attention on what ought to be the end game: providing equal opportunity for all. Instead of viewing bigoted statements from a racist uncle as relatively benign artifacts of a long history of oppression against black people enshrined in law, these liberals view the beliefs as the problem itself. Even further, they view those who espouse those “incorrect” beliefs as oppressors, preventing the downtrodden from obtaining equal opportunity.

(Note his usage of quotes around “incorrect” beliefs. These “incorrect” beliefs include racism, genocide, eugenics, LGBTQA+phobia, and the use of violence against marginalized people based upon skin color or gender/sexual orientation. The useage of quotes around “incorrect” is a tactic that attempts to invalidate critiques of racism, fascism, and bigotry, and anti-racist/anti-fascist actions. This is akin to fascists criticizing the Left for attacking “wrongspeak” or “wrongthink”. It’s a dishonest argument that tries to justify and defend bigotry. It’s a dogwhistle, and Evan is unequivocally guilty of engaging in far- and alt-right rhetoric.)

Oh, and get this: he believes that the KKK isn’t an actual problem that actively brings violence to vulnerable communities. He puts forth the same empty argument heard in far- and alt-right spaces that says calling out racism is itself spreading racism.

Centuries of sexist and racist laws — which, by and large, have since been overturned — are responsible for the continued lack of equal opportunity between the sexes and races. The problem is not the Ku Klux Klan, it’s the residual effects of generations of extreme disadvantage.

In the end, there’s no “oppression” without an “oppressor.” Perhaps the modern left is invested in keeping the latter around, lest there be no more struggling victims for whom to “advocate.”

This same line of unreasoning can be heard by TST co-founder and spokesperson Doug Misicko in his attacks on anti-racists and anti-fascists: “antifa”, “the ignorant little assholes who run amok lighting fires, smashing property, and macing bystanders in the face,” are truly the ones who are giving oppressive people a platform and publicity. The rhetoric doesn’t seem to spread farther than the echo chamber.

On Twitter, Evan has tweeted about Instagram being a good place for nazis due to nazi propaganda not being against its terms of service. At first glance, the post seems to be sarcastic, ending in “Nazis rejoice!” However, given his KKK and confederate flag apologetics, as well as other content we will address in this article, the tweet comes across as distasteful.

Evan also appears to be a writer for the site Quillette, a reactionary centrist outlet. It’s problematic for the obvious reactionary hot takes pieces, and some avowed fascists, like Matt G. Paradise, like to link articles from there that further their narratives. From a piece he wrote back in 2016, Evan not only sets forth generic centrist points such as “both sides are bad” false equivalence (which, to be sure, liberals aren’t leftists) and calling advocates for social justice “the regressive left” for supporting multiculturalism and diversity, he downplays Islamophobia in modern discourse (with the use of scare quotes) by overlooking racist and xenophobic behavior that gets couched in critiques of Islamic texts. For evidence of this, one needs to look no further than the rhetoric of bigots within Patriot Prayer, Proud Boys, or confederate and patriot groups. Even secular humanist atheists have problems with Islamophobia in their circles, such as Sam Harris. 

Fascist Matt G. Paradise linking to a Quillette article.

In the same article, Evan seems to have a great time by waxing condescending toward PC culture, that is, a culture that fosters inclusivity, diversity, and no toleration for hatred. Anti-political correctness is another favorite talking point by alt-righters; just ask every single Church of Satan nazi we’ve exposed. He even hints at transphobia and TERF (trans-exclusionary radical feminism) anti-trans drivel by bringing up “differences between the sexes”, though he doesn’t explicitly state what those differences are. He calls pro-PC advocates “extremists” and invokes an outright lie that the left is for some sort of authoritarian censorship. And, not surprisingly, he absolutely hates feminism, which is also a prominent far- and alt-right phenomenon–being an anti-feminist. He also thinks that it’s a negative thing for LGBTQA+ people to live in a tolerant and inclusive society, stating that the left won’t be satisfied until members of this community are accepted unconditionally by every last member of society. What an absolute travesty that would be, ay, having a society that accepts people for whom they are. Those goddamn radical extremist lefties and their work for such horrible things as an inclusive society! Outrageous, I tell you; outrageous!

In another article, he can be seen whitesplaining and attacking intersectionality (which is an intersectional struggle against oppression, strawmen be damned). Here, he can be seen dogwhistling “virtue signaling” and asserting that those pesky SJWs only do their work “to show how much of a good person they are.” Which, to be honest, is a non-issue. If people do good work merely for the sake of looking good, at the end of the day, good work has still been done (though, it’s true that the person ought to reflect on their motivations for doing this). If X donates an exorbitant amount of money to some trans kids who were harassed or had violence done to them, only for the sake of looking good, that money still went to good use and tangibly helped victims of violence. At any rate, by now Evan has clearly demonstrated himself to be anti-social justice and anti-PC. He’d be well adjusted in the company of other alt-lite circles such as Milo Yiannopoulos or Gavin McInnes.

Oh, hey, what do you know, he’s also tweeted with Islamophobic and “leftist authoritarian” sentiment. He’s retweeted hot takes from reactionaries The Amazing Atheist, Dave Rubin, and even Sam Harris (explains the content of his articles; they don’t just sound like ssomethingRubin could have written, Evan has taken up Rubin’s narrative). Particularly of note about the Sam Harris retweet, Harris links to an article that wails on and on about the problems of intersectionality. It’s quite common for TST members on Twitter having #intersectionality in their bios and tweets defending TST. He really wants you to know that he hates intersectionality. He’s attacked Women’s March leader Linda Sarsour as a fake feminist. He’s tweeted a link to an interview with transphobic sex neuroscientist Debra Soh (so much for merely borderlining on transphobia; he’s gone full TERF. Which, it should be noted, that TERFism is, and shares and a pipeline to, fascism, much like how anti-Semitism is a pipeline to fascism and is a characteristic of it. To be sure, Evan is a transphobe and he has no place being in leftist spaces.). He’s stoked fears of Muslims. He’s defended Jonathan Haidt from nazi sympathies and for centrism in general. Just like Doug Misicko, he’s rallied for the idea that fascists and bigotry should have a platform from which to harass and do violence to their intended targets. He thinks everyday feminism is satire and doesn’t want others to better themselves in recognizing and correcting bigoted behaviors they might have. He’s also deleted some tweets that downplay Islamophobia and another in which he makes a thinly veiled racist remark to Talib Kweli. 

 

So taking stock, we’ve found that Evan Anderson is the director for TST project Grey Faction. Grey Faction is lead by someone who is anti-SJW, anti-PC, anti-intersectionality, who is a transphobe and who links to transphobes (which is ironic because he’s the director for a pro-science group against pseudo-science, yet holds to pseudo-scientific and bigoted views on trans people), who furthers far- and alt-right/lite talking points, who has no problem with the KKK gathering in vulnerable communities or even schools who hang the confederate flag (which is oppressive to black people and other people of color), and who wants fascists to have a platform to spread violence. This person shouldn’t be in a seat of power, especially for an organization that supposedly rallies for social justice (which Evan is against). As usual, we’re disappointed but not surprised in light TST’s crypto-fascism.

 

Meet a Church of Satan Nazi: Part 5. Matt G. Paradise – #ChurchofSatanDoxxes

For the fifth part in this #ChurchofSatanDoxxes series, we’ll be exposing Church of Satan clergy member magister Matt G. Paradise as an outright fascist. It’s worth recalling here the importance and precedence of Church of Satan clergy and hierarchy. As you’ll recall from our second article of this series, Church of Satan members who rank third and fourth degrees are part of Church of Satan clergy, meaning, they’re official representatives of the organization and they talk with authority on the Church of Satan’s brand of satanism; and the work of some are Church of Satan canon, including Matt’s book Bearing the Devil’s Mark. So, let’s take a look at Matt and show his fascism and bigotry.

Matt G. Paradise

Matt’s involved in a variety of projects; most notably is Purging Talon which hosts various things like podcasts such as the Accusation Party, a fascist, alt-right podcast where Matt bemoans the decline of the “West”, antifascists, feminism, political correctness, and rights for LGBTQA+ individuals. He has other podcasts as well such as Strang Moments in Cultural History, Terror Transmission, and Vintage Vinyl Vivisection. He groups all of these podcasts under the Accusation Network, and he has released a Patreon to support these projects. We encourage sensible people to notify Patreon and demand that this hateful fascist’s projects be removed.

In taking a look at the Accusation Party podcast, we can directly see references to fascism on TAP’s Gab and Twitter accounts, which sport a Romanesque statue and the fasces, a central symbol of fascism.

 

The very first post we see on Twitter is a reference to a racist Catholic kid who harassed a Native American at a recent March for Life. The racist kid in question can be seen antagonizing a Native person while smiling at them. The recent controversy highlights the boldness of racists in their outright racism due to the Trump regime. The phrase “it’s okay to smirk” has become a meme in fascist, alt-right circles that defends the racist kid’s antagonizing. Fascists dishonestly assert that merely smirking nowadays is seen as a racist action, and they have lauded the racist kid as being a hero. This narrative echoes the delusions of “anti-whiteness” by white supremacists and plays into their false victimhood at what they perceive to be “white genocide”. This recent phrase echoes an earlier white supremacist meme and dogwhistle, “it’s okay to be white”, which is both a truism and a strawman argument against justified anti-racist actions, as anti-racism targets racism and not white skin tone per se. The “it’s okay to smirk” meme is another way that fascists subvert anti-racist narratives and draw over non-radicalized people. Of course it’s okay to smirk, however, in the context in which the smirk was used by this racist kid in their bullying and antagonizing of a Native American, it was blatantly and patently racist behavior.

 

Just as with all other Church of Satan members we’ve covered, and fascists in general, Matt is vehemently transphobic and he thinks that transgender people have a mental illness. This is reflected in his Accusation Party podcast as well as in other content he posts on social media.

 

We can further see his bigotry and alt-right leanings on his Twitter. He posts “fake news” pieces from conservative and far-right sites such as National Review, InfoWars, Breitbart, Defense Maven, Quillette, Dailywire and Bizpac Review, which spreads transphobia, pro-fascist talking points, and anti-political correctness sentiment. He also shares articles from racist pseudo-scientific “race realists” such as Charles Murray who authored pseudo-scientific book the Bell Curve, and he really seems to like Milo Yiannopoulos, so-called “alt-light” figure and bigot who outed a trans person.

He also sites alt-right professor and academic troll Peter Boghossian to justify his transphobia and his disdain for gender studies. Matt’s brought up the anti-Semitic and fascist “Jewish Question” from a post on fascist site Counter-Currents. He’s linked to an article by fascist, rape apologist, and male supremacist Jim Goad, who once had a pro-rape “rape issue” of his magazine Answer Me. The magazine is alleged to be an inspiration of conspiracy theorist Francisco Martin Duran, who took 29 shots at the White House. Matt seems to downplay the emotions and experience of survivors of trauma by linking to an article that says not every misfortune is a trauma. Matt’s also Islamophobic. He can be seen showing his sympathy for fascists like Lauren Southern, and he posts anti-Semitic dogwhistles about “globalists” and “cultural Marxism” conspiracy theories. He really likes eugenics and he wants it to be instituted in the US. He’s also anti-equality and he supports the work of fascist Jack Donovan.

 

What is more damning and what explicitly shows Matt’s fascism is his follows on Twitter. By the way, he has locked down and cleaned up his social media accounts ever since we started reporting on him on Twitter. He has since unfollowed the fascist accounts he once did and has deleted certain fascist tweets. Luckily, we have screenshots from before he did this. He’s followed fascists such as Ashton Whitty, Henrik Palmgren, David Duke, Lauren Southern, and fascist accounts Identity Evropa and Disdain4Plebs, the latter of which was the violent group that fascist murderer James Alex Fields was with in Charlottesville when he ran his car into a crowd of people.

 

In addition to running these podcasts, his projects are also supported and platformed directly by the Church of Satan and reverend Adam Campbell’s YouTube account Third Side Network. Both the organization and Adam Campbell seem to have no problem whatsoever hosting this bigoted and fascist content. And, as stated earlier, his book Bearing the Devil’s Mark is officially endorsed by the organization.

Likewise, he also promotes his fascist and bigoted content on Bitchute, Minds, Gab, Patreon, iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, and TuneIn.

 

 

The Doxx

Matthew G. Paradise is 50 years old.
He lives in Burlington, Vermont. He has a PO Box: PO Box 8131, Burlington VT 05402-8131.
He has previously lived at: 115 Pine St., Burlington, VT 05401-8479. 
His phone numbers are: 802-922-8199; 802-658-6288.
His relatives include: Katherine Sky Koroser, Sky A. Paradise, and Brannon R. Rasberry.

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Meet a Church of Satan Nazi: Part 4. James Theodore Stillwell III – #ChurchofSatanDoxxes

For the fourth article in this #ChurchofSatanDoxxes series, we’ll be exposing fascist Church of Satan member James Theodore Stillwell III. On Twitter, we’ve talked about him before where we showed his anti-Semitism, racism, ethnonationalism, anti-feminist, anti-SJW, and anti-LGBTQA+ sentiment. Let’s take a look at what kind of person he is and what kind of content he posts on social media.

James T. Stillwell III

First off, James has grand delusions of grandeur who fancies himself to be a philosopher. For instance, in the past, he has gotten the attention of P.Z. Myers for his anti-feminist rhetoric and for a fake university account he made on Facebook, which these days he uses to promote his pseudo-intellectual and pseudo-metaphysical book and to wax philosophical about “power-nihilism” while worshipping author of proto-fascist book Might is Right, Ragnar Redbeard (Arthur Desmond).

 

In fact, James loves Might is Right and Redbeard so much that he has created a far-right website called Redbeard Right. He can be seen posting all kinds of bigoted and ethnonationalist drivel on it. Unsurprisingly, he seems to be a fan of Trump and this is reflected in his article titles, such as Grabbing Equality by the Pussy.

 

Additionally, he’s a huge supporter of neo-nazi terrorist James Alex Fields Jr. who ran his car into a crowd during Unite the Right and who was recently sentenced to life in prison. James believes, along with every other fascist and alt-righter who supported Unite the Right, that Fields is innocent and that he did nothing wrong. This is evidenced by his cover photo on Gab which depicts both a person leaning against a Dodge Challenger, the car that Fields’ used to run into a crowd, and a picture of the tiki torch where fascists marched on University of Virginia campus and assaulted a small group of protestors.

Looking over his Gab, we see an assortment of troubling and racist content. He has a loathing of people of color and he’s wholeheartedly anti-Semitic. The range of memes and content that he posts goes from a more restrained, conservative angle to unabashed fascism and ethnonationalism, complete with “helicopter ride” memes. As is the case with the far- and alt-right, James is very much deadset against social justice and trans people existing in society. He has also brought up the recent case of racist Covington Catholic kids harassing a Native American at a March for Life event, where he echoes racist far-right rhetoric saying that an antagonizer did nothing wrong for smiling at a Native person while antagonizing them.

The argument of this racist meme is a dishonest one, and the far- and alt-right know it is; but here’s the rub with fascism generally: fascists don’t actually care about honesty or the value of truth. Fascists have no integrity and they will abandon reason and honesty to manipulate narratives and secure their racist and bigoted goals. They aren’t playing fair on a level playing field; they will twist and distort the facts to fit their own ends and they exploit appeals to civility. Hence the reason why we can’t debate fascism out of existence with another set of good analytical-critical ideas.

 

As with fascist ideology and ethnonationalism, James is a very paranoid individual with a fragile self-identity who believes that migrants, immigrants, refugees, and people of color are going to replace the white race. He and every other fascist has mistakenly linked his sense of identity to something external from himself: his race and his heritage. These, race and heritage, or stated more explicitly, blood and soil, are the conditions of the possibility of a sense of identity at all.

Ironically, James is the type of person who goes on and on ad nauseam about Nietzschean conceptions of Will-to-Power, might, and strength, and yet, he has become so weak, so fragile as to attach his personal identity, his sense of self, to something so non-intrinsic, so external to himself, to something so fickle as that of race and heritage. In contradistinction to Nietzsche’s concept of an “Ubermensch” who creates for themselves their own values, James has engaged in, by his own account, “slave morality”, and has become subservient to another “idol”: race.

How utterly and completely ironic it is, sardonic even, that he himself has become, in Nietzsche’s words, sick and backward, having developed a sort of ressentiment that is originated in a denial of everything different. “It looks outward and says ‘No’ to the antagonistic external forces that oppose and oppress it.” (It must be clear here, however, that neither James or ethnonationalists are actually oppressed in society. Society is already built on white supremacy, and their victimization is misplaced and delusional. This reactionary “identitarianism” is merely an emotional response to white power being rightfully abandoned and power being given to those who are and have been oppressed, namely, people of color and LGBTQA+ communities. This reactionary fascist white identity is merely a matter of shifting power, and it scares the hell out of them for irrational and ungrounded reasons. There is much more to be said about power dynamics and destroying fascism under capitalism but that is beyond our scope here.) It’s even more damning considering that James is a nihilist, exhibiting the same characteristic of “slave morality” that says “No”, as nihilism is negation and denial of . . . .

 

James is a deplorable and sickening racist, and he’s appeared on Christopher “Crying Nazi” Cantwell’s Radical Agenda. We do these articles to expose bigotry and to alert certain communities of dangerous and violent people who are near them so they can be aware and protect themselves.

 

The Doxx

James is 38 years old.
James has lived on both the East and West coasts, in California and New Hampshire. It’s believed that he currently lives in New Hampshire and we have two possible addresses:
17 Lamson St.; Keene, NH 03431-3641; and 5 Central Sq, APT 503; Keene, NH 03431-3768.
His possible phone numbers are:
530-315-0106; and 973-209-4052.
It’s also worthy to note that James was an inmate in Marysville, California.

Here’s what the jabroni looks like.

Meet a Church of Satan Nazi: Part 3. James D. Sass – #ChurchofSatanDoxxes

In this third installation of #ChurchofSatanDoxxes, we’ll be exposing fascist Church of Satan clergy member magister James D. Sass, AKA magister Svengali. Back in December, we posted a Twitter thread on him showing his explicit and overt fascism and how Church of Satan high priest and high priestess Gilmore and Nadramia collaborated with him on projects, including them writing the forward and afterward of James’ book Essays in Satanism. Let’s take a look at James, who has read a few philosophy books and now sees himself as a philosopher.

Background and Blog

First off, let’s establish here that the Church of Satan and its high ranking members and administration, including both high priest and high priestess, as well as magistra Blanche Barton, are complicit in allowing fascism within the organization via complacency and firsthand direct action. These actions include platforming via the Church of Satan’s news feed, Facebook, and Twitter feed the fascist projects that fascist members are involved in, as well as directly lending a hand to these projects. As we’ll show here, the administration had a direct hand in platforming James’ book Essays in Satanism. Additionally, high priestess Nadramia follows James on Twitter, which preemptively destroys dishonest claims that the Church of Satan 1. is apolitical and 2. is ignorant of its fascist membership and their activities. Nadramia has direct access to James’ Twitter feed which shows via his own posts his fascist leanings. And even more damning, James’ book is directly platformed and hosted on the Church of Satan’s website and it’s considered Church of Satan canon, which means that the book is considered officially condoned and backed by the organization and it speaks with authority on satanism. The contents of the book come directly from James’ blog; so, let’s take a look at his blog and see what kind of posts he makes.

 

Right off the bat, we can see all kinds of blatant, explicit, unironic admissions of fascism and links to other fascist sites and fascist authors, such as authors Julius Evola, Oswald Spengler, Oswald Mosley, and Adolf Hitler; and sites such as Underworld Amusements, Kurt Saxon’s (also a Church of Satan clergy member and neo-nazi) Preparedness Pages, Manson Direct, National Socialist Worldview, Occidental Dissent, and a site for Oswald Mosley.

 

He posts all kinds of content ranging from a Might is Right perspective on “natural law” and hierarchy to fascist interpretations and usage of Eastern religions and undercurrents such as Hinduism and the concept of Kali Yuga (the fascist interpretation being a stage of decay, decline, and degeneracy of the so-called “Western world”). Particularly, you’ll see a lot of posts about Evola. James also reveals his interest in Charles Manson and ATWAR, meaning air, trees, water, animals, and sometimes revolution, or sometimes “All The Way Alive”, which was Charles Manson’s ecological mandate. James has even collected dirt from Spahn Ranch which was Charles Manson’s and the Manson Family’s residence.

James can be seen in the blog lamenting via his assertion that there are no worthwhile political parties in the US and that both the leftwing and rightwing are part of a dying body and are contributing to the decline of the West, as well as romanticizing aristocracy. He also reveals himself to be an anti-Semite and a “white nationalist identitarian” who wants to establish a white ethnostate, as well as being a Holocaust denier. James staunchly adheres to metaphysical traditionalism, which asserts that there are primordial truths that exist which are the condition of the possibility for all the major religions. The traditionalist movement has been associated with the far-right, and in James’ traditionalist belief he reveals his totalitarian character: 

As far as ‘constitutional’ government goes; without a ‘traditional’ metaphysical/cosmological core, they are essentially building lego-castles out of ideas from the ground up from an over-cerebral ‘market place of ideas.’ This applies to any ‘alternative’ think tank enterprises as well, whatever quilt-work they manage to cobble together from the history of ‘ideas’ of a purely humanistic order, even from seemingly ‘traditional’ ideas–they are still working artificially from the ground up.

From a ‘traditional’ perspective there must be a revelation which men comprehend [. . .], then confirm by rites that become institutions to which the broader mass of humanity conforms. When that center no longer holds, things fall apart [. . .]

It’s not clear what “revelation” consists of; whether or not “revelation” means something akin to waxing intellectual and romantic about the necessity of a genocide against an arbitrary scapegoat, to which the “revelation” is then confirmed by rites that become institutions which the citizens of that society must conform to, is undecided. 

James is also non-sympathetic to the alt-right in his fascism. To James, in his Evolian and traditionalist elitism, he seems to think that he represents something more radical, more dangerous, less modern. Elsewhere on the blog, James reveals his sympathies with dictatorship and his ire and hatred of democracy.

 

He’s also posted some pictures of his favorite nazi.

 

James is also, unsurprisingly, a homophobe, and he really wants to live in a society in which one can freely fornicate with the dead.

James also likes to post degenerate anime memes depicting death, and he’s fatphobic who thinks that fat people want to kill themselves but are too afraid to do it, so instead, they mindlessly subsist through consumerism; which to be honest, is a tired trope that has been thrown around by fascists and misanthropists.

 

The Doxx

As it turns out, James is involved in a multimedia project called Necrofascist, where he has advocated for and posted links to the book Siege, authored by neo-nazi James Mason (both Church of Satan high priests LaVey and Gilmore wrote kindly of Mason; we’ll get to Gilmore later on in this series). James Mason, in his book, has called for lone wolf terrorism, and he has had a direct influence on neo-nazi group Atomwaffen Division, which is responsible for at least five murders. The book Siege is the fundamental text of Atomwaffen’s organizing and its tactics, and Atomwaffen members meet regularly with Mason.

 

Additionally, James owns a book store in Florida called Abraxas Books. Maybe the local community would want to come out and ask him why he’s such a hateful, elitist, fascist prick.

 

So let’s see: we have a Church of Satan clergy member, James D. Sass, who blogs about fascism and who has the official support of the Church of Satan administration which has collaborated with him and who has platformed him, even despite the fact that James has advocated for a neo-nazi terrorist, James Mason, who has in turn inspired neo-nazi terrorist group Atomwaffen Division who has at least five murders under its belt. The Church of Satan, its hierarchy, and a vast amount of its non-clergy members are wholeheartedly fascist.

James D. Sass is 53 years old.
His current address is:
2431 Hazel Bishop Dr; New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168-8289.
His phone number is:
386-843-9934.
His prior address is:
1920 Papaya Dr; South Daytona, FL 32119-1822.
His relatives include Marian Sass.
His email address is:
james.sass@worldnet.att.net

Here’s what the jabroni looks like.

 


Reminder that we do these #ChurchofSatanDoxxes in proactive self-defense. Local communities deserve to know about fascists in their area and their activity.

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Fascism in the Satanic Temple: Part 1.: Free Speech

Preface

Previously, we had four separate articles up reporting on fascism and abuse within the Satanic Temple before our WordPress got taken down. We’re going to be reuploading them here, covering TST’s troubling alt-right associations and politics.

TST is a religious and political activist group that puts forth the facade of a progressive organization that does activism for human and civil rights and makes a safe space for LGBTQA+ individuals and others who are in vulnerable and oppressed communities. TST also does work and hosts events that counter religious oppression and its encroachment into the State and politics. It should be noted that TST has done good and legitimate work on these fronts in the past, and credit should be given where it is due. But the unfortunate reality is that, from the top-down, TST is a crypto-fascist organization with some members being outright neo-nazis. Of course, it must be mentioned that TST has some members who aren’t neo-nazis or neo-fascists and some are even antifascist; that said, we encourage those who are antifascists within TST to take a hard look at the reality of the organization they’re involved with and consider exiting the group.

It should be clear at the outset here that Trident Antifa are not disgruntled ex-members who suddenly have a vendetta against the organization. We’re simply reporting on fascism within organizations like the Satanic Temple.

It’s important to view these #AltRightTST articles with nuance and to take in the whole breadth of TST’s leanings and flirtations with fascism, what we call “the fascist creep” (the creeping of fascism into other non-fascist cultures and subcultures). Therefore, it’s important to pay attention to the more restrained, held back, less noticeable, and implicit politics that lend to fascism within TST, such as its views on free speech and hate speech, as well as looking at, specifically, TST co-founder Doug Misicko’s (AKA Lucien Greaves/Doug Mesner) views on antifa and the modern antifascist movement (he’s staunchly against antifa, taking a pro-fascist anti-antifa stance). With that said, in this series, we’ll be covering such things as free speech; Doug’s views on activism, protest, and violence; to TST’s outright and explicit associations with alt-right figures and neo-fascists. Looking at all of this in tandem will paint a clear picture that shows Doug’s and TST’s crypto- and pro-fascism.

Free Speech

It’s not hard to find what Doug’s views are on free and hate speech online. For example, here’s a video where Doug claims that punching nazis legitimizes them and gives them exactly what they want. This, of course, is a prominent (and tired) argument that liberals are quick to give in rebuking antifascist protesters and it’s often heard along with dishonest claims that antifascists are just as violent as nazis and that they actually are nazis, which is also another claim that Doug has made in the past.

In an interview with Haute Macabre, Doug says that he defends Milo Yiannopoulos’ right to free speech, and that includes Yiannopoulos’ attacks on a transgender student. Not only that, Doug includes his support for Yiannopoulos’ factually incorrect and bigoted claims that transgender people suffer from a “psychiatric disorder” and that trans women are essentially sexual predators who invade women’s bathrooms. Furthermore, in the interview, Doug says that he’s never listened to Yiannopoulos speak, but even still, he doesn’t actually care about the content of Yiannopoulos’ words.

Doug goes on to say that if Milo has posed a legitimate danger to people in inciting violence, defamation, or in invading their privacy that these people should consult civil courts and legal representation. But this overlooks the fact that the legal process can, in turn, further victimize trans people and other vulnerable or minority groups; not to mention that legal institutions and the State, in general, are systems that uphold white supremacy and patriarchy. In the same breath, Doug claims that antifascists suffer from cognitive dissonance and that they, the antifascists, are in fact the ones who are acting like fascists, and that hate speech itself should be protected under the first amendment.

Doug also says that antifascist protestors are the ones responsible for creating the wave of celebrity that Yiannopoulos enjoyed, who are “ignorant little assholes” who cause violence for the sake of violence and who target innocent and random people in the streets. This is entirely dishonest, as antifascists organize to deplatform specific fascists who target real, tangible, flesh-and-blood people who aren’t guilty of anything save for being a specific skin color, gender, sexual orientation, etc. Doug’s claim of violence also overlooks the other work that antifascists do which consists of non-violent actions, such as researching for countless hours fascists and fascist organizations, putting together resources and information that make their communities aware of fascists in their area, doing community actions such as food drives and solidarity events, and doxxing campaigns that out violent fascists and rallying to get them fired. It must be reiterated that violently opposing fascists in the streets isn’t the only action that antifascists undertake, while they fully acknowledge that fascism must be physically opposed with violence if need be.

On the claim that opposing fascists gives them the attention they want, it would seem that this has been falsified, as prominent fascists and alt-right figures have seen a decline in organizing and have had their funding stripped in some cases, such as, you guessed it, Milo Yiannopoulos

But wait until you read Doug’s hot take on punching nazis and fascism in the US today. He’s entirely against punching them and he dishonestly asserts that antifascists go out of their way to engage in brawls and engage in indiscriminate violence. He thinks that the Nazi Party isn’t going to gain prominence and he overlooks the resurgent rise of fascism here in the US. At all times, he downplays the role and violence that fascism is having in recent events. In fact, the interview in which he says all this was published June 28th, 2017, just two months prior to the deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville in which white supremacists rallied chanting “Jews will not replace us” and which culminated with James Alex Fields Jr. running his car into a crowd of people. (As an aside, we recommend following Emily Gorcenski [@EmilyGorcenski] and Molly [@socialistdogmom] on Twitter specifically for information on the groups and people who were active in Charlottesville for Unite the Right. Additionally, check out Emily’s site First Vigil which tracks court cases involving fascists, and Molly’s Patreon.)

 

Alt-Right Lawyer Marc Randazza

The Satanic Temple has recently run into controversy involving Doug’s decision to use alt-right lawyer and Twitter troll Marc Randazza to represent the temple in a religious discrimination case pro bono, that is, free of charge. Randazza has, of course, represented neo-nazis in the past such as Andrew Anglin of the Daily Stormer and has represented InfoWars dingbat and alleged Proud Boy Alex Jones. The decision to recruit Randazza has resulted in some TST members exiting the organization and even some prominent members documenting abuse that has went on in TST.

Just as Doug did in supporting Yiannopoulos, in a Vox article Doug said that he didn’t research Randazza’s politics and further, that he doesn’t care what Randazza’s views actually are and that Randazza’s views should be of no consequence to him or TST. At all times when Doug is questioned he blatantly admits that he has no regard whatsoever about the content of the words that problematic, bigoted alt-righters espouse: Doug seems to be completely fine with the fascists he sympathizes with espousing hate speech such as that which demonizes trans people as having mental disorders, that Jews are subhumans who need to be eradicated, or that African Americans and other people of color should be killed or enslaved based on their skin tone.

In the Vox article, it’s said in passing that through Doug’s associating with troubling people such as Randazza that TST is too willing to let the voices of its membership, straight and white men, crowd out the wishes of a diverse membership. The claim is on point here but it’s lacking information about TST’s central administration, the co-founders of TST: Doug Misicko (Lucien Greaves/Doug Mesner) and Cevin Soling (Malcolm Jarry). While Doug acts as a spokesman for TST, Cevin Soling seems to be the sole person responsible for TST’s funding. In reuploading this series, we’ll be providing profiles on both Doug and Cevin, but for now, all we’ll add about Cevin is that he denies Israel perpetuates genocide against the children of Palestine and he seems to be an unwavering Zionist nationalist. Both are white, cisgender men who, as we’ll show throughout this series, don’t actually care about a diverse membership or about its current members who are part of LGBTQA+ and vulnerable communities, and that they both are tied to the alt-right.

Alt-Right Associations

As it turns out, there are some TST national council members who have associations with alt-right figures. One such council member is Greg Stevens. He’s friends on Twitter with Mike Cernovich, who’s a male supremacist, a violent rapist, and rape apologist. Cernovich also has ties to violent far-right street gang the Proud Boys. He’s supported them financially, raising up to $87,000 for Kyle “Based Stickman” Chapman and donating $5,000 for transportation to one of the Proud Boys’ violent “Free Speech” rallies. The Proud Boys claim to not be affiliated with nazis but they regularly have nazis in their ranks.

 

Stevens’ also appears to be friends with Yiannopoulos.

Additionally, Stevens has interviewed Mike Cervovich numerous times on his YouTube channel where Cernovich is given a platform to defend his bigoted behavior. And despite all of this, it appears that Doug is completely fine with his national council members freely associating with and giving a platform to violent and bigoted alt-right people. 

 

What is more, and what goes a long way in showing Doug’s and TST’s crypto-fascism, Doug has rallied for fascists such as Augustus Sol Invictus having a platform on which they can spread hateful rhetoric about white ethnostates, purging deplorables and degenerates, and demonizing marginalized people. Invictus is a fascist alt-right figure, white supremacist “identitarian” who has called for a violent second civil war to preserve “Western civilization”. He’s also a Holocaust denier and has advocated for eugenics, even writing about it in a paper he wrote for law school that he titled “Future or Ruin”, which is the same name of a speech that Hitler gave in 1921.

In 2016, organizers of the International Left Hand Path Consortium had invited Invictus to be a guest speaker, but pressure from antifascists caused them to cancel Invuctus’ appearance. As it turns out, Doug was also invited to be a guest speaker; however, he was dismayed at the decision to deplatform Invictus and so he had a temper tantrum where he withdrew himself as a speaker. Doug stated that “the dis-invitation sends a harmful message in support of censorship.” Doug also said, just as in his supporting of Yiannopoulos and Randazza, that he was unfamiliar with Invictus. This is a piss-poor attempt on Doug’s part at plausible deniability. It seems that whenever Doug expresses his support for some bigoted alt-righter, he can leave an out for himself by claiming ignorance of the views of those that he supports. This is a crypto-fascist tactic, and we’ll come to see more of this behavior throughout this series.

Through Doug’s troubling personal politics and in his managing TST and acting as a spokesperson, it’s clear that he and TST are just A-Okay with absolute free speech, including hate speech that demonizes and discriminates based groundlessly on race, gender, sexuality, etc. Doug has demonstrated himself to be entirely in bed with the alt-right and he wholeheartedly supports, tolerates, and sympathizes with fascists like Augustus Sol Invictus, and it’s clear what his stance is regarding protest and antifascism, that is, that he’s entirely against antifascism. At all times, Doug has demonstrated himself to be a useful idiot for far- and alt-right figures to gain entry into his organization, and he exposes those marginalized and vulnerable individuals in TST to the fascist creep. This is entirely reprehensible and deplorable, as TST bills itself a vehicle for progress and social justice. 

If you’re looking for alternative, countercultural, or subcultural religion, or a social justice political group, we recommend staying clear of the Satanic Temple, as it’s entirely a crypto-fascist organization. We encourage antifascists to show up, protest, and shut down the public events that TST put on.


We’d like to thank antifascist comrades who have contributed information pertinent to TST and who support our work. TST has issued harassment campaigns in response to those who have exited the organization and to those who share our articles and information showing TST’s troubling behavior and crypto-fascism, and we’d like to offer our solidarity; we stand with you against religious oppression and fascist terror. 

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Meet a Church of Satan Nazi: Part 2. Kevin I. Slaughter – #ChurchofSatanDoxxes

Last time in our #ChurchofSatanDoxxes series we exposed Church of Satan fascist Kenaz Filan. Continuing with part two, we’re going to be exposing clergy member magister Kevin I. Slaughter. You can follow along with this series on Twitter with: #ChurchofSatanDoxxes.

On Church of Satan Hierarchy

Before we reveal Kevin, we’d like to establish his rank within the organization and provide context as to what “magister” and “magistra” mean in Church of Satan hierarchy, as well as detail this hierarchy. 

When one joins the Church of Satan, they’re classified as a “Registered Member”. For those members who wish to take up a more active role within the organization, there’s an application the member can submit applying to become an “Active Member”. If one’s application is accepted, the member then enters into the Church of Satan’s hierarchy and is ranked as “Satanist, first degree”. There are five degrees in total within the hierarchy:

1st degree: Satanist (active member).
2nd degree: Witch/Warlock.
3rd degree: Priestess/Priest.
4th degree: Magistra/Magister.
5th degree: Maga/Magus.

If the member properly follows satanic principles to the satisfaction of the administration and keeps them up-to-date on projects and success in living satanic philosophy, the member may become elevated to the second degree, which basically indicates them as a step above an “initiate”, showing they grasp the philosophy and have potential to become clergy. Third through fourth degrees are Church of Satan clergy titles, meaning the member has been ordained and is an official representative of the organization, having demonstrated thorough understanding of satanism and displayed great success in living satanic principles. The fourth degree, the title of magistra or magister, is the equivalent of a cardinal in the Catholic church and is the highest degree one can attain in the Church of Satan, right under the maga and magus, fifth degree, which is reserved exclusively for the high priestess and high priest who are the heads of the organization.

Kevin I. Slaughter is a magister in the Church of Satan, meaning, he holds a high office, being of the highest rank that one can achieve in the organization. This means that he is an official representative of the Church of Satan and he talks with definitive authority on all matters concerning the Church of Satan and its brand of satanism. This is a very important point to note here. The Church of Satan has, as is going to be demonstrated here and in follow-up articles, official, bona fide clergy members who are fascists–and not only that–the organization both collaborates with and platforms its fascist members and their projects; simply, the Church of Satan entirely tolerates fascism and fascists.

Church of Satan Magister Kevin I. Slaughter

Now that Kevin’s rank and its meaning has been clarified, let’s take a look at what kind of person he is. First, Kevin runs the Satanic American accounts on Facebook and Twitter. The Satanic American is a space for right, far-right, and alt-right Church of Satan members (and sympathizers). The page (and in the post, Kevin says satanism itself) is entirely and specifically a far- and alt-right phenomenon, being a reaction against the establishment, which Kevin believes is the left. In his own words:

This project came out of years of observing the Satanic milieu and noticing a significant shift to the Left in implicit points and assumptions made in Satanic aesthetics, discourse, and analysis of current events. We also notice a lack of biting humor that attacked current orthodoxies. [. . .]

Today the Left is the Establishment, that is indisputable.

 

 

In the post, Kevin says, “Satanism is, by definition, reactionary, not in the political sense but as in a reaction to the current state of society.” Unpacking this briefly: the logic of this sentence breaks itself down and the dishonesty reveals itself, as any reaction “to the current state of society” is necessarily a political one. To claim, as the Church of Satan does, that Satanism is apolitical dishonestly overlooks the fact that ideology doesn’t exist in a vacuum, and this claim smacks as a dull attempt to dodge responsibility for the views and actions of the Church of Satan’s problematic members. 

Additionally, the rightwing and, more broadly, fascism has always been reactionary. But even if we grant Kevin’s argument, he’s still wrong by LaVey’s own account. Satanism itself as codified by LaVey and practiced by the Church of Satan is entirely reactionary in the political sense, as it was a “reactionary counterbalance” to the liberal and hippie counterculture of the 60s. Instead of fostering the “free love” hippie ideology, the Church of Satan championed discrimination and elitism. It aligned with proto-fascist ideas like elitism, fixation on order and “natural order” (and appeals to nature generally), strength and vitality, ridiculous ideas about social Darwinism and the law of the jungle (the strong survive), toxic masculinity, heroism, individualism, and egoism. This puts LaVey’s satanism on the right and it tends to lean far-right at times, as evidenced by LaVey’s own views on things like gun control, where he rallied for a police state.

Browsing the Satanic American Facebook page, we see all kinds of far- and alt-right talking points. In judging by the content, it wasn’t much of a secret that Kevin’s a fascist, but at times Satanic American content goes full-on explicit fascist, such as one post alluding to the fourteen words, a white supremacist slogan, and another that advocates for eugenics. It’s also no surprise that Kevin is a transphobe who thinks that those who are transgender have a mental illness.

 

We can see through his posting of memes his more misanthropic character. We can also see that he posts blatant racism and he’s a believer in pseudo-scientific “race science” or “race realism”. He also has posted a link from fascist site Counter-Currents. Additionally, Kevin has a weak ego and such a fragile sense of masculinity that he thinks the critiquing of toxic masculinity means that he has been stripped entirely of any resemblance of masculinity and that such a critique is an affront to his personal character.

 

Kevin has also shared content from Facebook account No Lives Matter, which is run by fascist James Porrazzo. We’ve covered James in our series on TST.

 

Kevin I. Slaughter is 43 years old and currently lives at this address:
954 Renfrew St; Essex, MD 21221-5208.
His phone number is:
443-579-6262
His prior addresses include:
403 S Broadway; Baltimore, MD 21231-2410.
Possible relatives include:Amy Barrett, Gwyneth Starling, and Ida Pogue.
His email is:
kevinislaughter@yahoo.com

Here’s what the jabroni looks like.

 

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