Revealed: the true identity of the leader of an American “neo-Nazi terror group”

I didn’t see this coming, but I felt there was something wrong. Bad optics or my own (99 % rightful) prejudice against non-whites.

First I read about Yousef O. Barasneh a Jordanian member of the Base and then Rinaldo Nazzaro a Russian married, Jewish looking leader of the Base.

I posted about a Canadian Base member back on I didn’t post about Yousef O. Barasneh and Rinaldo Nazzaro for reasons above. I continued to post about the other members after, here are all the posts:

Canada: Reservist with Alleged Links to “neo-Nazi Group” Relieved of Service

Police Warn that “Accused Neo-Nazi” Canadian Soldier Could Have Fled to U.S.

FBI Arrests National Socialists Ahead of Virginia Gun Rally

Canadian National Socialist Arrested for “Violent, Racist” Videos

The white supremacist group the Base has been a target of FBI raids and its members accused of planning a race war. The Guardian can now reveal the identity of its secretive leader.

The Base’s leader previously operated under the aliases “Norman Spear” and “Roman Wolf”. Members of the network do not know his true identity due to the group’s culture of internal secrecy.

But the Guardian can reveal that “Norman Spear” is in fact US-born Rinaldo Nazzaro, 46, who has a long history of advertising his services as an intelligence, military and security contractor. He has claimed, under his alias, to have served in Russia and Afghanistan.

The revelation of his identity comes after a months-long investigation by the Guardian into Nazzaro and the activities of the Base.

New York marriage records show that Nazzaro and his wife were married in New York City in 2012, during the period when Nazzaro is recorded as maintaining a midtown Manhattan address. At that time, he was recorded as having one child.

A Russian site that scrapes and archives social media accounts had captured a profile, and photos, posted by Nazzaro’s Russian-born wife to VK, the Russian social media site.

Richard Tobin, 18, a Base member, is awaiting trial in New Jersey over allegations that he coordinated the September vandalism of synagogues in Michigan and Wisconsin. In a December custody hearing, the prosecuting assistant US attorney cited Tobin’s self-professed belief that “Norman Spear” was a Russian spy.

The Guardian has discovered that all of the business addresses associated with Nazzaro’s OSI LLCs are “virtual offices”. This describes a situation where a second company provides a business address, and sometimes meeting rooms and greeting services, for businesses who do not wish to maintain their own premises.

The addresses are often prestigious: OSI’s virtual address locations include Fifth Avenue in Manhattan and K Street in Washington DC, an address associated with federal government contracting and lobbying.

Meanwhile, “Norman Spear” appears to have had no extended history in the “neo-Nazi” movement before emerging as leader of the Base.

According to an internally placed source, the only people within the movement who vouched for “Spear” were connected to the Northwest Front (NWF). The NWF founder, Harold Covington, was himself the subject of persistent rumors within the white nationalist movement that he was a federal informant, and that NWF was itself a honeypot – a front organization routinely used by US law enforcement in order to entrap people.

“Norman Spear” has told Base members that he remains in Russia. Law enforcement sources have indicated on background that Nazzaro is believed by some agencies to be working for the Russian government.

Read more here from The Guardian

The Guardian has obtained chat records, audio recordings and videos provided by an anti-fascist whistleblower who spent more than a year charting the inside workings of the Base.

The same infiltrator took control of The Base’s telegram channel in the early hours of Saturday morning, US time, and posted multiple memes mocking the group’s founder, Rinaldo Nazzaro.

The Guardian studied leaked materials relayed by the whistleblower and pursued other lines of inquiry to exclusively reveal the real identity of the Base’s secretive leader as Nazzaro, 46, from New Jersey.

Nazzaro is currently living in Russia with his Russian wife. Until the Guardian’s exposé little was known about his background and he was only known by the alias “Norman Spear”.

Members remained defiant following the arrest of seven alleged members of the group in mid-January, calling it an “unjust political witch-hunt” from the “liberal globalist system”.

Nazzaro urged members to double down and commit to a decades-long insurgency, conceding they were “at least 20 years away from a full-fledged civil unrest scenario”.

Read more here from The Guardian

Atomwaffen Division was mentioned, too. Here are what I have posted about them:

U.S. Soldier Under Investigation for Ties to “Neo-Nazi Terrorist Group”

Virginia Man Facing Weapons Charges is a “Neo-Nazi Terrorist”, FBI says

The German Branch of the U.S. National Socialist Group Atomwaffen Has a “Kill List” of Left-Wing Politicians.

Traning for self defense is legal and training with guns is legal (most places) and something I support and encourage all white nationalists to do.

There are no reason to do illegal activism!

As we can not vote our way out of white genocide, it is only a matter of time before self defense is forced on our people (white people in general). Whether self defense will be done for us by our military or by the people, we will have to wait and see.

Take care and don’t let anti-whites fool you.

Survivalism & Prepping!?

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