We can’t begin to describe how overjoyed we are with Circle Ansuz’s deconstruction of Stephen McNallen and the AFA. Like we said before, every time we’ve probed this disturbing tendency within the pagan scene, we’ve hit brick walls, hostility or half-assed weasel-worded apologies and excuses. The most common excuse we’ve heard was the “in the spirit of Frith, we don’t speak ill of our brothers and sisters in the heathen community.” Excuse me? There’s a loathsome, glad-handing, grinning creature wriggling under the skin of your community and you claim you’re either unwilling or unable to talk about his batshit-crazy racial theories because it will upset people? To niflhel with that garbage.
To that end, Circle Ansuz has produced a stunning amount of information about the cancerous sludge known as the Asatru Folk Assembly and McNallen himself. So much so, in fact, that we can’t republish it here without the posts becoming ungainly. They’ve completed their expose on McNallen and the AFA, so we’re going to link to each and every one of their articles in this post. The web of deceit spun by McNallen and the hordes of sycophants he’s bred specifically for the purpose of deflecting criticism are wide and vast, so it takes a long series such as this to fully dissect them all.
Stephen McNallen and Racialist Asatru Part 1: Metagenetics and the South Africa Connection
-Details McNallen’s goofy theories on why the souls of white people are incompatible with people of other races, as if they are distinct species. Also goes into McNallen’s time being a fanboy of a South African death squad.
Stephen McNallen and Racialist Asatru Part 2: The Roots of Racialized Religion
-Shows the historical movements that McNallen’s AFA draws its inspiration from, and how the AFA’s philosophy is interchangeable and complimentary with its preceeding, overtly racist forebears.
Stephen McNallen and Racialist Asatru Part 3: In His Own Words
-McNallen opining that all illegals immigrants need to be immediately deported to Mexico, his weasely comments about when AFA members were spotted at the racist National Policy Institute conference in 2011, and why he supports the white supremacist lie of “global white genocide.”
Stephen McNallen Part 4: Stella Natura and What Can be Done
-McNallen’s involvement with the Stella Natura festival and profiles of some of the more vile white supremacist acts, with a special focus on the violent white supremacist Robert N. Taylor, of the act Changes.