White Nationalist Website Urges Followers To Shape Up, Be Fashionable…Really (TWEETS)

Andrew Anglin, editor of the white nationalist website The Daily Stormer, wants his fellow white nationalists to rock fitness and style when they terrrorize people at their rallies. He’s recently offered tips on how to “Dress for success” and “Be in good shape.”.

This White Nationalist Wants His Fellow White Nationalists To Shape Up

Anglin’s post, which seems to be a guideline for millennial white nationalists who, he writes “are ready to move off of the internet, into the real world,” was noticed by Will Sommer, a sharp-eyed reporter for The Hill who duly noted it on Twitter, Mediaite reports.

And here’s “priority number one” for his fellow bigots, according to Anglin:

“We have to be sexy.”

“We have to be hip and we have to be sexy. This means we have to look good, we have to look dangerous, we have to have humor, we have to look powerful and we have to look like we are in control.”

But here’s what appears to bug Anglin the most: Today’s white nationalists are fat tubs of lard. This prompted him to write that even though “Fat people should be allowed to join groups and be involved in rallies,” it should be perfectly okay for the alt-right to “expect them to get it together.”

And in order to help, Anglin writes he’s working on his “biggest diet guide ever,” and adds:

“We should help people get it together.”

“Continued obesity should not be tolerated.”

Then he brings up something he refers to as “Chad nationalism,” which he says will “make girls want to be our groupies” and “make us look like bad boys and heroes.” I guess even misguided and despicable neo-Nazis have dreams.

And for the concerned white nationalist, he outlines acceptable fashion choices. “We want to look slick and sexy,” he says, adding that the skin-head look has gone out of style.

But wait, there’s more: Anglin says he plans to provide more details on the proper alt-right uniform at the very next meeting of the Stormer Book Club, and he adds that baggy T-shirts are definitely off the list.

“The worst look ever is a baggy T-shirt.”

He follows that up with a photo of himself in wrinkly and tight button-down shirt.

Neo-Nazi Richard Anglin in a tight, button-down shirt.
Screenshot courtesy of Mediaite

But despite all that so-called “fashion sense,” Anglin is apparently hiding, perhaps in plain sight, from a lawsuit by the Southern Poverty Law Center that alleges he used his position at the Daily Stormer to torment a Jewish woman and her family with anti-Semitic threats and messages.

What A Guy

One has to wonder if other Daily Stormer readers — like Dylann Roof, who murdered nine African-Americans in a Charleston, South Carolina church in 2015, or James Jackson, charged with murder and terrorism after allegedly stabbing a black man to death — were concerned about how they looked when they were committing these atrocities. Did they worry about whether their T-shirts were baggy or whether they shouldn’t wear shorts?

After all, Anglin writes, shorts are another fashion no-no for fascists.

“Don’t ever wear shorts. Serious men in serious situations are not wearing shorts.”

Because after all, what neo-Nazi worth his/her salt wants to look unprofessional while terrorizing or killing someone?


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