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Vox Day calls for expulsion of Muslims, hails far-right terrorist Anders Breivik as a “saint”

Vox Day: “Saint Breivik, pray for us!”

Nazoid fantasy author Theodore “Vox Day” Beale has had some, well, interesting, if contradictory, responses to the carnage in Manchester. The one thing they all have in common? Utter moral bankruptcy.

In his first blog post after news of the attack broke, Day seemed to suggest that the victims more or less had it coming to them. “[T]he Killing Season has fallen upon the West,” he wrote. “And the post-Christian West cannot honestly say it does not deserve it.”

In a followup post, Day changed his tune, instead calling for the forced expulsion of Muslims and other immigrants from “the West” — a racist crusade he likes to call “Reconquista 2.0.” He explains:

Reconquista is the relatively peaceful, civilized, and historically-proven-effective way.

Day, himself an immigrant to Europe who often mentions his own Native American blood, then “warns” his readers that such a “relatively peaceful” solution may not be enough.

[I]f the multiculturalists, globalists, quislings, and cuckservatives absolutely insist on standing in the way, there is an obvious alternative. However, they’ll probably like that even less, considering that it involves them too.

Nationalism intensifies. And history’s great tide is going to wash over the world whether we will or no. The coming season became absolutely inevitable, and totally unavoidable, once these waves of immigration into the West were permitted to take place. I warned you. Many others warned you.

Day suggests that this allegedly inevitable “alternative,” er, solution to the Muslim Question will be a bloody one indeed.

Perhaps the fathers and brothers of all the murdered children of Manchester will content themselves with candlelight vigils and platitudes, as so many others have for the last 16 years. But sooner or later, one of them will not, and that man will make Anders Breivik look like a moderate.

There is going to be a lot of talk about thoughts and prayers, as always. But, as it is written, do not neglect to leave room for God’s wrath.

While Day is careful to present his predictions of an imminent anti-immigrant bloodbath as a “warning” rather than a threat, he rather gives the game away with his choice of graphic for the post: a picture labeling the aforementioned far-right terrorist/mass child murderer Anders Breivik a “saint.”

On Twitter, meanwhile, Day isn’t even bothering to hide his anti-immigrant bloodlust.

Day has also been retweeting others as bloodthirsty as he is:

This is exactly the response the terrorists want. Day and others like him on the far right know this, but they don’t care. They share the same apocalyptic fantasies as their enemies; they just want their side to win the bloody racial war they’re trying their best to bring on.

112 replies on “Vox Day calls for expulsion of Muslims, hails far-right terrorist Anders Breivik as a “saint””

My favorite curse is “may you always have to get up and pee every time you finally get comfortable in bed and are about to drift off to sleep.”

It doesn’t roll off the tongue all that well, but the curse itself is pretty horrible. I hate it when that happens to me!

@ hambeast ETA: & WWTH

You’re a cursing maestro(s). You might appreciate this; but who’d have thought “may you turn orange” was a curse?

When Dan Savage talked about people jerking off to “The Handmaid’s Tale”, I think he might just specifically have been talking about Teddy Boy.

I’m partial to “Eat a bucket of Legos and wash them down with a gallon of Ex-Lax.” Hey, I figure they’re constantly outraged about everything anyway, might as well shit some literal bricks while they’re at it. =P

@Violet the Vile

tattooed and pierced
over 40
single and not worried about it
childless and not worried about it
does not own a wrap dress
sometimes wears hotpants despite having reached official wrap dress age
does martial arts
has short pink hair with one side shaved

No wrap dress!

Violet the Vile, you’ve gone too far.

Wait, wait — does this mean you’ve got a faux wrap dress (or maybe three or a dozen) in your closet? That’s all right.

If you don’t . . . I’m not sure I want to know.

sfhc – I bow to your cursing ability!

Kat – I don’t have any dresses. Does that mean I’m barred from the British Isles or can I still go to Ireland?

“He killed political activists assisting the invasion of his nation. By the time this ends, there will be statues of him all across Europe.”


Just go away, you nasty, evil little shitgoblin. Find a hobby, disconnect from the internet, go live on a commune with no electricity, I don’t give a shit, just GO AWAY. Fucking tapeworms are less of a waste of existence than you are.


Kat – I don’t have any dresses. Does that mean I’m barred from the British Isles or can I still go to Ireland?

I’m pretty sure you need at least three dresses to travel to Great Britain: (1) something charming and pretty in a flower print for luncheons; (2) something sleek and black for dinner engagements and meeting the queen; and (3) something solid-colored and tailored — dress it up or down — for absolutely any occasion!

Or at least that’s what my inner duchess of Cambridge tells me.

Reconquista is the relatively peaceful, civilized, and historically-proven-effective way.

His definition of “relatively peaceful” seems to be at odds with mine. Also he seems to have kicked the overt Naziism up a few levels lately.

May 23, 2017 at 7:48 pm
@Fujimoto: You forgot his long screed about how he wanted to punch a (suffering with early-onset Alzheimer’s) Terry Pratchett in the face for daring to talk about euthanasia.

Yes, that was certainly shitty even by his dazzling standards. And Wright described this fantasy like he does everything, in the most overblown purple prose possible. I’ve known a few fascist theocrats and they all tend to write like that. In my experience, part of it stems from an obsession with J. R. R. Tolkien’s prose, who they hold up as the greatest writer of all time. The other is that they simply think that entitles them to be taken seriously, oblivious to how ridiculous it makes them sound.

Oh, “the time for the Saxon to begin to hate” is starting just now? Interesting. Any estimate for when the time WITHOUT Saxon hate starts? I think it might be neat, for example, to live in a world where the pain of the Crusades has ceased to send its aches down through the generations. I guess we all gotta brace ourselves, for if the Saxon has not yet BEGUN to hate, things can only get uglier.

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