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Warning: Southgate = Fascist [dont be fooled]

Discussion in 'Anarchism and radical activism' started by Verity, Jun 5, 2012.

  1. Verity

    VerityMember Forum Member




    Jun 1, 2012
    The name National Anarchism should be a dead giveaway really but fyi on this delightful creature:

    Southgate on anarchism: "We are not ‘anarchists’ in the sense that the term is usually understood. There is also an ‘anarchism of the Right’ that has its roots among people like Ernst Junger and Gustav Landauer. Friedrich Nietzsche, too, in my opinion , was also an important anarchist thinker and his views on the corrupting nature of morality and the role of the free-spirited individual are very important." http://www.extremepolitics.org/2009/01/ ... southgate/ :@

    In the above interview, Southgate advocates national boundaries along ETHNIC lines....where have we heard that before...Mein Kampf, that's where. :@

    Of direct relevance here is Southgate as Oi singer/songwriter. This is a [probably partial] list of bands Southgate has worked with. Given his fascist cred, these bands need to be approached with care, if at all:
    The Distortions (formerly Public Convenience)
    the Banana Skins.
    The Toot 'n Ska Men
    Bugsy Malone.

    H.E.R.R 'Es Regnet Das Leben Heraus' (2004), 'The Winter of Constantinople' (2005), 'Vondel's Lucifer: First Movement' (2006) and the 'Fire & Glass: A Norwood Tragedy' EP (2007)
    H.E.R.R. [Southgate's vocals on compilation albums]: 'Hopes Die In Winter' ('Hopes Die in Winter' and 'Fifteen Tokens'), 'Instruo Vestri Pro Pugna!' ('The Baron of Urga'), 'Neo-Form I' ('For a Christ-Thorn'), and 'Swarm' ('Stalingrad'). Future projects include a 7" single release of Current 93's 'For a Christ Thorn' coupled with a new song, 'Narcissus', on the b-side. The latest release is 'The Twelve Caesars'

    Seelenlicht, one of whom, Butow Maler, was a member of Kammer Sieben, Cold Spring Records ''Gods & Devils'. A compilation track, 'Return to Summerisle', was recorded for the Old Europa Cafe label and their second album, 'Love & Murder',

    Horologium, Grzegorz Siedlecki,
    'Faustus' (with Maria Southgate)
    'Thus I Spake'

    Horologium/Oda Relicta joint 7" Neuropa Records collaboration

    Survival Unit [Sweden]
    Erich Zahn, [Holland]
    Funerary Call, [Canada]
    Ouroboros, [Italy]
    Bonebound, [Italy]
    Silent Cathedral [Italy]
    [u]Sala Della Colonne, [Italy][/u]
    Elvatorium, [Poland}
    Ollin [Poland}
    Desert Divinity, [Poland}
    Sagittarius, [Germany]
    Von Thronstahl & The Days of the Trumpet Call. [Germany]


    Southgate and his political ideas have been discussed in various books and publications, including The Beast Reawakens (1999) by Martin A. Lee, International Fascism: Theories, Causes and the New Consensus by Roger Griffin (2002), Black Sun: Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism & the Politics of Identity by Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke (2003), the five-volume study Fascism: Critical Concepts in Political Science (2004) by Roger Griffin & Matthew Feldman (ed.) and The Radical Right in Britain by Alan Sykes (2005). He is also mentioned in World Fascism: A Historical Encyclopedia (2006) by Cyprian Blamires and Monsters in the Mirror: Representations of Nazism in Post-War Popular Culture by Sara Buttsworth. A 26-page article by Graham D. Macklin, entitled 'Co-opting the Counter-Culture: Troy Southgate and the National Revolutionary Faction', appeared in Volume 39, No. 3 of the academic journal Patterns of Prejudice (2005), and Southgate and the New Right were also discussed in an essay called The West Reborn by David J. Wingfield which appeared in The Initiate: Journal of Traditional Studies (2008), pp. 17–19. A Winter 2008 article appeared in Vol. 23, No. 4 of The Public Eye magazine, entitled 'Rebranding Fascism: National-Anarchists' by Spencer Sunshine. In Germany, Southgate is mentioned in Gabriel Kuhn's 'Neuer Anarchismus in den USA: Seattle und die Folgen' (2008) and Charles Lindholm's 'The Struggle for the World: Liberation Movements for the 21st Century' [2010]. Some of Southgate's musical activities are discussed in the Hungarian book, 'Battlenoise: The Blows of the Martial Industrial Music', published by Mozgalom Records (2007). A chapter by Southgate is also included in 'Northern Traditions', published by Primordial Traditions (2011)

    And, if like me, you would care to drop this person your own rebuttal of his politics then: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Troy-Sout ... 2531986932

    HAVE FUN & BASH THE FASH :antifa: :anti-nazi: :a: