Part II of “About Schmidt: How a White Nationalist Seduced Anarchists Around the World”

Schmidt tats

Part II of Alexander Reid Ross and Joshua Stephens’ exposé of the white supremacist “anarchist” Michael Schmidt has now been posted.  This entry explores Schmidt’s years-long development of his alter-ego on the fascist website Stormfront, “KarelianBlue,” to which the former AK Press author had in fact admitted in his initial Facebook response to AK’s accusations on September 27.  To begin with, it is doubtful that Schmidt expected anyone to review the several hundred posts he had made on the “KarelianBlue” profile over a number of years.  His original excuse for this subterfuge was that his editor at the time, Brendan Seer (Saturday Star), had authorized him to go undercover on Stormfront to monitor the South African far-right and pose as a sympathizer.  However, this latest section of the exposé details Seery’s denial of this claim on Schmidt’s part, and associates the author’s underground fascism with his better-known public persona, in terms of aesthetic presentation as regards tattoos, necklaces, weapons, and other paraphernalia.  It also discusses his interest in organizing the “national anarchist” Black Battlefront, which “KarelianBlue” describes in the following terms:

“Black battlefront is a racially-aware, anti-racist revolutionary cadre network of White African politico-social soldiers defending our unique culture, under the anarchist black flag! We are pan-secessionist militants who staunchly oppose Boer Genocide and we work for the establishment of White African base area communities in South Africa and Namibia (in particular, but also elsewhere in Africa) where we can live out our cultural prerogatives unmolested by the Black majority.”

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