The State of Hate, 2019

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Order of Nine Angles

O9A

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With the publication of its The State of Hate 2019 report the anti-fascist organization that describes itself as “Hope Not Hate” (HnH) has jumped on the anti-O9A propaganda bandwagon following the recent (November 2018) propaganda article about the O9A published on the popular Quietus music blog {1} by an author who, mindful of rumours about O9A culling, wanted to remain anonymous for their own safety.

The HnH report, according to an article in The Daily Telegraph newspaper,

“found that some of the most extreme groups in Britain today are influenced by the Order of Nine Angles (O9A), unquestionably the world’s most extreme Nazi Satanist group.” {2}

Furthermore, the report mentions and profiles David Myatt in connection with the O9A, and states that the “O9A is arguably becoming more visible and influential than ever.”

The True Nature Of The HnH Report

A fundamental – a damning – flaw of the report vis-a-vis the O9A and Mr Myatt is that (i) many statements about the O9A and about Myatt are made but without providing references to mainstream and academic sources, and (ii) that various O9A and other articles are quoted but without providing references to the date and place of publication and without giving the name of the author on the original text. Another damning flaw is that some articles are attributed to Myatt when they were published under another name.

One example among many is the report stating (on page 83) that “in an interview as recently as 2013, Myatt explained their strategy,” whereas the quoted text was not an interview with Myatt, was not published in 2013 but was posted in 2016 on the “right-wing” Stormfront internet forum by Dark Logos {3}.

That the author of this section of the HnH report – Nick Lowles – assumes and states that Myatt is “Dark Logos” but fails in this case and in other instances to provide any evidence which has probative value for his assumptions is indicative of the true, the unacademic, nature of the report.

Little wonder then that the Oxford based Three Wyrd Sisters O9A Nexion described the profile of the O9A in the HnH report as

“tabloid journalism at its hateful, propagandistic, and judgemental best. A tribute to the hack journalism of the gutter press and reminiscent of the blogorrhea and forumorrhea of mundanes. Full of pejorative (hack writer) terms, factual errors, innuendos, rants, logical fallacies, and blandly stating as fact what are only unproven allegations, rumours and propaganda. Unproven allegations such as Myatt=Long; propaganda lies such as the O9A encouraging rape; and logical fallacies such as a dicto secundum quid ad dictum simpliciter.” {4}{5}

In other words, the HnH report regarding the O9A and Myatt is anti-fascist, anti-NS, propaganda written by individuals with a particular political agenda. {6} That many newspapers and other Western Media hype and quote from the report, and ignore its obvious flaws, was only to be expected given how such newspapers and such Media have their own anti-fascist, anti-NS, pro multi-racial, agenda.

A Fantasy In Print

The credibility of the HnH report in respect of the O9A and Myatt is also called into question when Nick Lowles writes in the section titled A duel at dawn about meeting Myatt in 2001. {7}

Lowles states in the report that Myatt at the time “shared a caravan with Richard Moult” whereas Myatt then lived in the village of Leigh Sinton near Malvern with his wife and family while Mr Moult lived with his female partner on a farm near Lydbury North in Shropshire.

Which facts about their residencies at the time could be confirmed by County Council tax reports, by tax returns from HM Revenue and Customs, by other official documents, and by the Special Branch of the British police who had Myatt under surveillance from at least 1997 to 2003. Indeed, Myatt makes mention in his 2012 essay A Matter Of Honour {8} of regularly meeting with a Special Branch officer in 2000 and 2001, and which Special Branch officer knew where Myatt lived during those years.

Lowles also writes that Myatt gave him “a glimpse of the SS dagger in his pocket”. Which is sheer fantasy since as Special Branch and MI5 could confirm Myatt’s weapon of choice – which he almost always carried with him – was a Bersa .22 semi-automatic pistol.

A Presumption Too Far

In the HnH report Lowles writes that “the presumption must be that [Myatt] is still actively involved in the nazi occult organisation he has spent almost 50 years supporting and leading.”

A presumption – a propagandistic presumption – indeed. For no evidence is presented by Lowles who somehow and for some reason forgets to reference Myatt’s extensive post-2012 writings such as his 2013 book Understanding and Rejecting Extremism in which Myatt describes his rejection of all types of extremism.

Which brings us to the tale of two reformed racists. {9} Of David Myatt and Joe Pearce. Pearce was a minor figure in the “extreme eight” in the late 1970s while Myatt was a member of Column 88, of Combat 18, the founder and first leader of the NSM, and “England’s principal proponent of contemporary neo-Nazi ideology and theoretician of revolution” {10}.

Yet Pearce was fêted by the Catholic Church, by the media, and by Establishment figures, gave public lectures, wrote about his experience, and was given a sinecure in academia. However,

“unlike Pearce, Myatt – despite his more interesting and more violent past, his more diverse experiences over some forty years, his greater notoriety, his extensive writings as a neo-nazi ideologue, his far greater involvement with terrorism – was and is shunned by Establishment figures, is ignored by academics, and when mentioned by journalists or in mainstream books it is often in a derogatory and/or prejudiced manner and is invariably accompanied by the propagandistic and unproven allegation of him being involved with the O9A.

Why the disparity, given that both by their own admission are reformed racists who regret their extremist pasts? Why the disparity in their treatment by the Establishment.”

The surmise is that

“the disparity is due to the fact that Pearce is now part of the Establishment – a publicly repentant sinner who has accepted the Christian God and who continues to write, and continues to publicly speak about, what the Establishment approves of – while Myatt is a recluse whose mystical philosophy (the way of pathei-mathos) is essentially pagan. In addition, there is (i) the fact that Myatt has made – both as a neo-nazi and as a radical Muslim – powerful and influential enemies whose mottos are “Never Again” and “Never Forget, Never Forgive”, and (ii) that Myatt’s neo-nazi writings (despite his disavowal of them) still resonant with some people within the neo-nazi community, and (iii) that so many people within the modern Satanist and Occult movements continue to believe (without any evidence) that Myatt is Anton Long and the founder of and the driving force behind the subversive, anti-Establishment, Order of Nine Angles.

Myatt thus seems to have become, to some individuals involved with some sub-cultures (occult and otherwise) not only some sort of iconoclastic anti-Establishment figure but also disliked and reviled by many more individuals around the world who have apparently developed a prejudice against him. Thus Pearce is given the benefit of the doubt, and believed, while Myatt is not.”

The important lesson is that many people are biased about Myatt, swayed perhaps by anti-fascist propaganda, with individuals like Pearce given the benefit of the doubt while Myatt is not given the benefit of the doubt.

Would a scholarly biography of Myatt – replete with references and evidence which has probative value – change such Media presented bias? Perhaps. Would a scholarly book – replete with references and evidence which has probative value – about the O9A contradict now rampant anti-O9a propaganda? Perhaps.

But we won’t hold our breath. For no doubt the anti-fascist propaganda about Myatt and the O9A will continue for decades, with no scholar daring to contradict such now well-established pro-Magian propaganda.

RDM Crew
February 2019 ev
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{1} Refer to https://omega9alpha.wordpress.com/2018/12/03/o9a-transgression-and-subversion/

{2} https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/02/18/children-young-13-joining-satanic-nazi-groups-report-warns/

{3} https://www.stormfront.org/forum/t872799-5/?postcount=44#post13330543

{4} https://wyrdsister.wordpress.com/2019/02/17/a-neo-nazi-death-cult/

{5} The logical fallacy of a dicto secundum quid ad dictum simpliciter is the use of particular individual cases to form a general rule to then use that rule to describe, and thence to blame, or to castigate, or to defame a whole group.

This fallacy often amounts – as in the case of anti-O9A propaganda and in the case of the HnH report – to quoting a few items written by a few people associating with or claiming to be associating with the O9A and then presenting these few items as representative of the O9A, thus neglecting the vast corpus of O9A texts written between 1974 and 2019 and especially neglecting O9A texts which contradict the claims and beliefs mentioned in those few quoted items.

In his 2018 essay In Defence Of The Catholic Church Myatt pedantically uses the complete Latin phrase rather than the shortened popular version secundum quid et simpliciter. This pedantry by Myatt seems to have inspired some connected with the O9A to also use the complete Latin phrase.

{6} The sloppy and propagandistic nature of the items about the O9A and Myatt in the “State Of Hate 2019” report is also evident in the fact that their author does not even bother to get the names or pseudonyms of individuals right. Thus he has
° Christos Beast – instead of Christos Beest
° Darkos Lago – instead of Dark Logos
° A. A. Morian – instead of A.A. Morain
° Michael Mouthwork – instead of Michael Morthwork

{7} Myatt’s version of the meeting is at https://regardingdavidmyatt.wordpress.com/meeting-with-nick-lowles/

{8} https://regardingdavidmyatt.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/a-matter-of-honour.pdf

{9} https://regardingdavidmyatt.wordpress.com/two-reformed-racists/

{10} Michael, George. The New Media and the Rise of Exhortatory Terrorism. Strategic Studies Quarterly (United States Air Force), Volume 7 Issue 1, Spring 2013.

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Related:

Fake News About The O9A

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