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A lunatic Chaplin imitator
and his greatest fans

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First as tragedy
Then as farce
A two-year study by the Intelligence Report shows that registered Stormfront users have been disproportionately responsible for some of the most lethal hate crimes and mass killings since the site was put up in 1995. In the past five years alone, Stormfront members have murdered close to 100 people.
—Report by Southern Poverty Law Center[1]

Stormfront is was the greatest, yet most-underrated, Billy Joel album a giant-ass Neo-Nazi website, one of the earliest to exist. Was around for decades! It was mostly Americentric, although there was some bleed-over with extremist groups in Europe.

Stormfront was, in its own words, "a racialist discussion board for pro-white activists and anyone else interested in white survival." Activities included: circle-jerking over how the white race is superior, historical revisionism, Holocaust denial, vehemently opposing race-mixing, and listening to rock music. But more than anything, they loved to endlessly debate who is "white" and who isn't, which very quickly escalated into flame wars and threats of banning from the administrators.

It was also the subject of a documentary film, Extremists on the Internet.[2]

Stormfront was thankfully seized by its host on August 26, 2017.[3] And unfortunately back online.[4]

"Mein führer! I CAN SHITPOST!"[edit]

Stormfront had, for years, a "manual" for how internet "insurgents" should behave. (They called them Bugs. The actual program was known as Swarmfront.) A lot of it emanated from Stormfront's raiding board Swarmfront, which was dedicated to 'red pilling' Reddit and 4chan.[5][6] "Raiding" or "forum sliding" is a form of faux grass roots activism where people try to make it appear like an opinion is really popular.

The goal of the online campaign was to make gullible men feel like all of their problems in life are caused by minorities. When they found an example of anti-white sentiment, they blew it out of proportion. When they couldn't find one, they fabricated it themselves. They'd barrage you with worthless links and misleading statistics and force you to refute it line-by-line.[7] Essentially, it's a psychosocial tactic where you perseverate on every real and perceived slight against you, with the ultimate aim of giving yourself permission to do something horrible. If you've ever read Mein Kampf, the entire book is essentially Hitler's collected wounds which he would then use to justify slaughtering Europeans. Islamic terrorists and white supremacists also use these recruitment strategies. They just disagree on which groups should be eliminated (even then not as much as you'd think).


A report by the SPLC stated that almost 100 hate crime murders can be linked to the now-defunct site, and 10 murderers had links to the site.[8] Even discounting the killing spree by Anders Behring Breivik that claimed 77 lives, that is still close to two dozen people killed by members of a site with fewer than 1,800 registered members. Frazier Glenn Cross, a man suspected of a mass shooting at a Jewish center, was barred from Stormfront, after a disagreement with the site's owner.[9]


They used Fraktur fonts — which were actually banned in 1941 by the Nazis themselves[10] — to evoke a Germanic image. Their emblem was a Celtic cross, which is often used as a symbol by white supremacists. In another supreme fit of irony, while they used the Fraktur font, they also banned display or use of the swastika. You figure it out.

Their Celtic cross logo with the text "White Pride Word Wide" was once, for a long time, rendered with the Stone Age-style font "Lithos"[11]—likely to go along with the theme of their ideology.

See also[edit]

  • Don Black — Stormfront was founded by Black, a former KKK and American Nazi Party member.
  • David Duke — The Duke was known to hang out there. His ex-wife actually co-founded the site with Black.[12]
  • Metapedia

External Links[edit]

  • r/Stormfront — Stormfront was a racist organization, but Reddit claimed the name and are making fun of it by using the sub as a weather news service.
  • — An online store for the iOS Master Race Apple enthusiasts