RCMP officers have arrested two people and charged one with three terrorism offences in a first-of-its-kind case.

The Mounties charged Patrick Gordon Macdonald, a 26-year-old Ottawa man, with participating in the activity of a terrorist group, facilitating terrorist activity and commission of an offence for terrorist group (wilful promotion of hatred).

I had never heard of Patrick Gordon MacDonald before last night, when someone I know contacted me and told me that he was one of our guys, and being hit with “terrorism and hate propaganda charges.” What specific material offended the delicate sensibilities of the very same RCMP that ragequit on calls with me instead of explaining their lack of hate crime charges for church burnings related to the Gravocaust slander is not entirely clear. All the RCMP are saying is that it is somehow related to a few posters he made for AtomWaffen. 

Macdonald appeared in an Ottawa court Wednesday and will appear again Friday morning.

The RCMP said in a news release that the arrests of Macdonald and a second individual came about in response to information it received about the activities of the far-right Atomwaffen Division, a group Canada has listed as a terrorist entity.

We can see some of the posters that MacDonald made for Atomwaffen below.

I screencapped all the above from DuckDuckGo search results. Most of them are from DeviantArt.

But when I click on his DeviantArt page I get the following.

My understanding is that this site is a pornography site for furries. Shows what’s truly edgy, and what isn’t.

The RCMP said in a news release that the arrests of Macdonald and a second individual came about in response to information it received about the activities of the far-right Atomwaffen Division, a group Canada has listed as a terrorist entity.

The force said it uncovered evidence that Macdonald allegedly helped to create and distribute three propaganda videos for the Atomwaffen Division.

This isn’t the first time that Atomwaffen has gotten a well-meaning early twenties man into trouble with the law, nor will it be the last. I’ve said before that they were a group that had all the downsides of a real terrorist organization, without any of the upside. 

This isn’t surprising, considering that they were lead by an FBI


Last January, I reported in National Justice that a longtime FBI informant singlehandedly turned a non-violent group of teenage black metal fans known as Atomwaffen Division into a household name of “White supremacist domestic terrorism.”

Through multiple interviews with former Atomwaffen members and speaking off the record with figures in the court system, I learned that the paid informant preyed on the more psychologically fragile members and manipulated them into committing small-time acts that the FBI would later round them up for in the interest of parading them as national villains.

Even NY Post reported that the FBI informant, Joshua Caleb Sutter, was paid more than $100,000 by the FBI for his work in entrapping young men into doing or saying various things that could land them in jail. They paid for him to start his business selling “Satanist” books, forwarded him the money for “The Devil’s Quran,” a book of his that you can actually find on Goodreads, and paid him for each new person he recruited into Atomwaffen. 

Atomwaffen was bad news, and I really can’t run out of negative things to say about them. However, one thing I would never accuse them of being was a terrorist organization. After all, where was the terrorism? For the record, the Canadian Federal Government unanimously voted to label the Proud Boys a terrorist organization. Yes, every single conservative member of parliament voted in favour of that. And no, they’re not labeling antifa or BLM terrorist organizations anytime soon.

Back to the CBC piece.

“This material was intended to promote the group and recruit members, and encourages the commission of terrorist activities,” the news release said.

The second individual arrested may face charges at a later date; the RCMP has not named the individual but has said they are from Kingsey Falls, Que.

“We are going to assess the evidence that we’ve gathered in the file and make a determination in regards to possible criminal accusations against this individual as well,” said Insp. David Beaudoin, who runs the RCMP Integrated National Security Enforcement Team (INSET) in Montreal that led the investigation.

Beaudoin added that, while the RCMP investigation did not find any imminent threats to public safety, the Mounties did take action against other people.

“There are a few other people that were identified as a result of the investigation. The RCMP has taken some disruptive actions to make sure to contain any potential threat moving forward,” he said.

I’ve been victimized by these “disruptive actions,” coming from CSIS, not the RCMP. They went around and harassed members of my family, without ever talking to me. Other people I am in contact with have said much the same, although most other people receive threatening phone calls directly, knocks on the door, and the occasional raid. Patrick MacDonald was the victim of one of these raids about two years ago after being doxxed by VICE News, something that is referenced later in the CBC piece. 

Vice (July 8th, 2021):

Until now, the public has never known his true identity: Patrick Gordon MacDonald, a 20-something graphic designer from Ottawa, Canada, who lives with his parents. In a quiet capital city, under the noses of authorities, MacDonald helped define the aesthetics of a terrorist movement that has worried law enforcement agencies around the world. 

Multiple emails sent to MacDonald, family members, and people the Canadian had done work for went unanswered. Despite the lack of response, email tracking software shows the emails sent to MacDonald were viewed over 30 times and those sent to his family members and customers were likewise opened and viewed numerous times, but not responded to. 

VICE World News tracked MacDonald down to his doorstep in suburban Ottawa to hand-deliver a list of questions in an envelope. The woman who answered the door refused to comment or give access to MacDonald.

“I’m not able to, or whatever,” she said, adding “Thanks” when told of MacDonald’s involvement with neo-Nazi organizations. MacDonald did not come to the door and continues to dodge questions surrounding his prolific activities supplying art to the world of far-right terror.

I am almost amazed at my own hatred for these snitchy little propagandist faggots. 

I had forgotten how utterly repulsive VICE was. I wish I’d seen this before VICE News shut down for good. It would added that last little bit of motivation to rub the salt in the wound. 

The two propagandists responsible for this piece are Ben Makuch and Mack Lamoureux. Just look at these smarmy little golems.

The VICE article was written on July 8th, 2021, almost exactly two years ago. After that, MacDonald was raided by the RCMP on March 30th, 2022. An article written by the same two VICE-fags gives us the details.

VICE (March 30th, 2022):

Multiple sources have told VICE News that the last known address of an infamous artist who created propaganda for listed neo-Nazi terrorist organizations has been raided by police in Canada.

For years, the artist, Patrick Gordon MacDonald, a 20-something graphic designer living in Ottawa and going by the alias “Dark Foreigner,” produced work for Atomwaffen Division–a U.S.-based terror group that has subsequently rebranded with a new name—and other organizations within the ultraviolent neo-Nazi terror movement.

As mentioned earlier, the CBC piece credits VICE’s “reporting” with bringing MacDonald to the attention of the RCMP. 

Davis said a 2021 Vice article brought Macdonald into the public eye. The article describes him as a graphic designer living with his parents in an Ottawa suburb — and as a prolific visual propagandist for neo-Nazi groups.

I’m not sure I believe that. It’s possible, but it’s also possible that the RCMP or CSIS got all this information, then passed it over to VICE to clean their hands. That’s likely even, because the original VICE news hitpiece was light on the details of how they doxxed him, and openly talked of collaborating with CSIS and the RCMP. We may never know one way or another.

More importantly, we can be sure that the feds have a long list of terrorisms that Atomwaffen Division has committed. After all, they are trying to get this young man on charges of making videos in support of a terrorist organization, not any specific acts of terrorism. I’m sure they’ll have an airtight case for why Atomwaffen is most definitely overqualified for that label. 

According to Public Safety Canada, the Atomwaffen Division was founded in 2013 in the United States and is a neo-Nazi group. It also goes by the name National Socialist Order (NSO). It was listed as a terrorist entity by the Canadian government on Feb. 2, 2021.

“The group calls for acts of violence against racial, religious and ethnic groups, and informants, police and bureaucrats, to prompt the collapse of society,” the department said in its terrorism listing.

“AWD has previously held training camps, also known as hate camps, where its members receive weapons and hand-to-hand combat training.”

The listing says the group has been violent at public rallies, including the 2017 rally in Charlottesville, Va., and that the co-leader of the group, an American, is banned from entering Canada.

That’s it. That’s the entirety of their “terrorism.” They make some edgy videos, put on fat camps, and they went to Charlottesville.

You could point out that antifa and BLM also went to Charlottesville, and obviously instigated all of the violence, but I feel that to even respond to this kind of argument is to privilege it as worthy of response. There are no actual acts of terrorism that have been committed by Atomwaffen, which is why they never list any.

Jessica Davis, president of Insight Threat Intelligence, told CBC News Network’s Power & Politics that the terrorism charges in this case differ from most such charges laid in Canada.

“These are very serious charges,” she told host David Cochrane. “They’re interesting because they don’t seem to be tied to any active plot or ongoing threat. So they’re really about participating in and facilitating terrorist activity.”

Davis said most terrorism charges are aimed at potential attacks, plots or travel to engage in terrorist activity.

“So it really shows a bit more of a broadening of the concept of what is terrorism in Canada,” she said.

You don’t say?

Jessica Davis looks familiar to me. I’m sure I’ve written about her before, and not favourably. I think it had something to do with the Honkocaust, but I can’t find it now. 

Insight Threat Intel (her site):

Jessica spent the first 17 years of her career in the Canadian security and intelligence business, starting in the Canadian Forces, and then transitioning to roles at Global Affairs Canada, FINTRAC (Canada’s financial intelligence unit), and the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS).

This is an upgrade in the lawfare against pro-White organizations. Yes, I know that Atomwaffen was garbage, it’s the precedent that they’re going for here. 

Kawser Ahmed, a professor of political science at the University of Winnipeg, said Macdonald’s skill set is in high demand among such movements.

“Propaganda plays a very vital role in far-right idea dissemination,” he said, comparing the far-right’s use of visual propaganda to that of the Islamist terrorist group ISIS.

Thanks, Ahmed.

He said that while he welcomes Macdonald’s arrest, the difficulty of bringing forward terrorism charges puts law enforcement in a tough situation.

“In order to charge, we have to be really meeting the threshold. Otherwise, it won’t go far,” he said.

“But in the meantime, the damage has been done and many people have been reached or recruited, if I safely can assume.”

I don’t know what “if I safely can assume,” is supposed to mean, but let me translate Ahmed’s little speech from bullshit to English. Even though the courts are stacked heavily against the Goyim, it is unlikely that MacDonald can be convicted of this. I would even argue that, especially if he doesn’t go the Gabriel “Zeiger” Chaput or Travis Patron route of trying to get off on technicalities, this case could blow up in the feds faces and be a massive net positive for us. 

However, for the individual the process is the punishment. They can drag him through the courts for years and leave him with five or even six figure legal expenses at the end. That’s what they did to Shawn MacDonald (no relation) and Rob De Chazal fifteen years ago. They’ve only grown bolder in recent years.

I’ll continue writing about this as new information comes out.

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  1. I like how Vice has interviewed human traffickers and cartel hit men but presumably didn’t snitch them out.

  2. The CBC writer, Richard Raycraft, likes dressing up as furry mascot animals.
    According to Raycraft, ” it’s never too late to pursue a dream. Even if that dream is to put on a giant costume and dance around.” Seems like the type of guy who’d be easily terrorized by some edgy art work.

    Anyhow, glad Raycraft found a safe place with the CBC.


  3. […] Patrick Gordon MacDonald Arrested on Vague Terrorism Charges for Atomwaffen Posters […]

  4. >My understanding is that this site is a pornography site for furries.
    Back then both tumblr and Deviantart had sizeable communities who were into “fashy” aesthetics. A lot of these filtered over to IronMarch and then ended up in Atomwaffen like this guy here.
    Another notable name connected to this would be Lindsay Kantha Souvannarath (Laotian chick living in Canada who attempted a mass shooting).

    In general there seems to be a thorough effort to both deplatform and criminalize RW content creators and artists e.g. Cybernazi and xurious have been deplatformed hard, Mr. Bond was sentenced to 10 years in prison, Gex was also jailed according to rumors.
    On the other hand pseudo-radical content was pushed hard the last few years cf. Vaush, Hasan Piker, Breadtube, debatebros like desTINY etc

  5. […] Patrick Gordon MacDonald Arrested on Vague Terrorism Charges for Atomwaffen Posters […]

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