Chalk this up to one of the stories I had in the chamber for a while, but didn’t get around to writing about until just recently, but I saw on BANG a certain retarded hitpiece put out by Vincent James’ outlet, the Daily Veracity. This was promoted by James himself on his telegram account.

While the piece itself is written by one “Jill Schrider,” who I can’t find any more information on, the Daily Veracity is Vincent James’ outlet. 

Above we can see his Subscribe Star, where he proudly states himself as the Founder of Daily Veracity. And below we see his Rumble account, called “Daily Veracity with Vincent James.”

Vincent James is responsible for all the content on the Daily Veracity, whether he writes it or not. And just in case you think I’m taking a bit too strong of a stance, right beneath his telegram re-post of this article, he writes the following.

Before we even get into the meat of this article, is there anyone on the planet who believes that RAM, and Rob Rundo specifically, are getting paid by the feds? Is there anyone, anyone at all?

Put your hand down Anglin you biological failure. I’m talking about normal, well adjusted people.

I didn’t think so either. After all, it’s certainly quite the claim that Rob Rundo and RAM had the US government “send them money.” Surely there has to be some evidence, right?

Daily Veracity:

The relationship between the U.S. government and the government of Ukraine has once again hit a snag. Uncovered reports of cooperation between U.S.-based neo-nazi groups and the Ukrainian Guard, a neo-nazi group calling themselves the Azov Battalion, have revealed an international extremist conspiracy, with the U.S. government’s hands all over it.

While the US government focuses on jailing and sanctioning right-wing dissidents in the US using the help of tech companies, uncovered documents reveal the US indirectly sent taxpayer dollars to neo-nazi groups and Charlottesville rioters abroad.

Why are we referring to our goys in Charlottesville as “rioters” now? That’s… quite the accusation. And I have to say, even before the text the article does not start off well, with the very first thing we see being the image below.

First of all, this idiot”Jill Schrider,” which sounds like a fake name BTW, gives us the above image, which got auto-resized on their site so hard that it’s nearly impossible to make out what the text is. The above pic is me taking a screencap of the image, directly from their site. This wouldn’t be so bad, except that they used red underline to highlight the supposedly damning parts. Which you can’t read because it’s so goddamn blurry.

Instead I had to download the image, and then look at it in its native resolution. Then I had to manually transcribe the text. Here is what is said in the above image, with the red underlined parts underlined by me as well.

 ACTIVISM-ATHLETICS-VIRTUE… RIGHT SIDE.” RAM members also posted online a video showing Daley in the Ukraine performing a salute known to be associated with the western Hammerskins, a well-established violent white supremacy extremist group that is associated with RAM, and of which Daley was a member before co-founding RAM.

17. On August 1, 2018, an Instagram user “tagged” Right Brand Clothing’s account in a post containing a photograph of RAM members during their trip to Germany, Ukraine, and Italy meeting with Olena Semenyaka, the leader of the International Department for the National Corps, which is a political party in the Ukraine that was founded in 2016 out of a regiment of the Ukrainian military called the Azov Battalion. Based on my training and expertise, I know that the Azov Battalion is a paramilitary unit of the Ukranian[sic] National Guard which is known for its association with neo-Nazi idology and use of Nazi symbolism, and which is believed to have participated in training and radicalizing United States-based white supremacy organizations. The text associated with the post stated, “@rightbrandwear it was an honor to meet the singer and patriot from #818th #nationalist #blackmetal #ukraine #antiantifa.”

I’m starting to think that perhaps the image being unfocused and blurry was by design. First, nothing in the actual text accuses RAM of, well, anything yet, other than being tight with the Azov Battalion, and supporting a populist political party in the Ukraine. Second, the tone is that of some whiny soyim, talking about White Supreeeemacy in that soyim way. And finally, they randomly didn’t underline “Based on my,” for no apparent reason.

Look we are not getting off to a good start here, and it doesn’t get much better. I have to include their screencap of some jacobin piece, as well as the text that follows, so you can see how confusing this all is.

This means that funding of the Azov Battalion specifically designed for countering Russian influence within Ukraine, indirectly helped train one of the most prominent groups prosecuted after the 2017 Charlottesville rally.

It is important to note that the Rise Above Movement was heavily targeted by the US government for their skirmishes with mostly white Antifa in Charlottesville, VA, and Berkeley, CA.

It appears to be the case that now, the US government indirectly sent them a lot of money.

The Stanford Center for International Security and Cooperation published a detailed report regarding the connections between U.S. extremist groups and ultra-nationalist Ukrainian neo-nazi groups such as the Azov Battalion.

So we’re just going to highlight the part about the Christchurch shooter, Brenton Tarrant, for no reason whatsoever? 

First they red underline some stuff that has nothing to do with anything. Then they highlight some stuff about Brenton Tarrant that has nothing to do with RAM. It’s difficult for me to even see the throughline here since the text and the images have nothing to do with each other. It’d be like if I was writing a piece on Anglin and included a picture of a nuclear submarine for no apparent reason, and never explained myself.

It appears to be the case that now, the US government indirectly sent them a lot of money.

But finally we get to what I believe to be the point, which is that the US government sent Rob Rundo a paycheck. Well not quite. Apparently he was “indirectly,” sent money.  

The Stanford Center for International Security and Cooperation published a detailed report regarding the connections between U.S. extremist groups and ultra-nationalist Ukrainian neo-nazi groups such as the Azov Battalion.

Okay that sounds like the gayest of Democracy Class institutions, but I suppose they could be a valid source. Let’s see what they say.

RAM was hosted by Olena Semenyaka, head of the National Corps, the political wing of the Azov Battalion, a unit of the Ukrainian National Guard with neo-Nazi and white supremacist affiliations.[20] Semenyaka later stated that Rundo and his compatriots “came to learn our ways” and “showed interest in learning how to create youth forces in the ways Azov has.”[21] During their visit, the RAM members joined the Azov Battalion for sparring at the Reconquista Club, an mixed martial arts (MMA) club affiliated with the group.[22] Rundo entered an MMA competition for white supremacists from across Europe, supposedly the first American to take part in the history of the event.[23] While in Kiev, Rundo also got a tattoo of the Viking warrior logo of White Rex, a clothing label founded by Russian MMA fighter and Azov Battalion associate Denis Nikitin.[24] –CISAC

Uh, okay. How exactly is this “getting paid by the US government,” even indirectly? If it’s true that the US government indirectly funded the Azov Battalion, and then Rob Rundo joined them for some sparring, and an MMA tournament, I really don’t see what that has to do with anything. I mean, by that logic literally anyone is “indirectly funded by the US government.” Like, farmers are subsidized by the US government, so if you eat food you are getting money from the feds, indirectly. That’s the thing about “indirectly,” it’s kind of a bullshit term.

The confusion is only ratcheted up, because immediately following that we get the following embedded tweets. I’m screencapping them because I’ve learnt my lesson with tweets being deleted, but I’m also embedding them below, if you’re wondering why you’re seeing it twice.

And here’s the embedded tweets.

It has been reported that Brenton Terrant, the shooter who carried out the infamous New Zeland Christchurch shooting, was sympathetic to the Ukrainian Azov Battalion — prominently displaying similar imagery as used by the group.

I swear to god I’m not editing this article. It really just leaps around constantly. We are now back to Brenton Tarrant, who is being revealed as an appreciator of “similar imagery.” Yeah that’s not quite the smoking gun that Jill Schrider believes it to be, nor does anyone care even if true.

RT uncovered these connections more than three years ago, detailing how the groups who have benefited from U.S. support helped train the same neo-nazi groups who participated in the Charlottesville riots of 2017.

Rob Rundo entered an MMA tournament and did a little sparring. That’s sort of not what most people would have in mind when they think of “training.” Besides that, what is with this “muh neo-natzees,” routine this broad is doing. Is Vincent James doing some sort of “Feds are the Real Neo-Natzees,” bit now?

Funding of the Azov Battalion was famously halted in 2018, then once again began soon after, before official policy banned the practice — only after Azov Battalion became fully integrated within the official Ukrainian military, where U.S. funds would no longer need acquire the explicit neo-nazi link.

She just keeps hammering this point, and it’s not in the way that any serious pro-White populist would. She’s not making the point that our (((Democracy Class))) is perfectly willing to side with whomever, ISIS, Azov Battalion, etcetera, if it accomplishes the geopolitical objectives of Globo Homo Schlomo. She’s doing this from the “muh neo-natzees,” perspective, which is really annoying.

The United States has for years funded, trained, and armed the Ukrainian regime, while inadvertently, through the support of groups like the Azov Battalion, given indirect support to extremists both within the U.S. and abroad.

That is the end of the article.

I know, I was as confused as you were. Go click the link at the top of the page and you can see for yourself. It just… ends. 

But hey, Rob Rundo did some sparring with the Azov Battalion, and then he entered an MMA tournament. Oh and, I almost forgot, he got a tattoo. There is no evidence that he got paid for any of this, and at no point did the feds “send him money,” as Vincent James expliclitly said. But I guess he’s a fed now.

On the other hand Milo bragged about secretly recording the private conversations of people he was supposedly on the side of for years, and then selling that information to the feds and (((Roberta Kaplan))). So how does Vincent James feel about Milo?

Well he re-grams him constantly and tells his followers to follow him.

I’m starting to think this guy might not be entirely serious.

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