Skip to comments.Goat-blood drinking (LIBERTARIAN) Orlando man had key billing for Charlottesville rally
Posted on 08/14/2017 1:27:44 PM PDT by Responsibility2nd
Augustus Invictus, a former Libertarian Party candidate for U.S. Senate from Orlando most famous for saying he sacrificed a goat and drank its blood, had an important role in the white nationalist Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville on Saturday.
Invictus, 34, was listed as a featured marcher for the Saturday event, which was roundly condemned after marchers carried Nazi flags, performed Hitler salutes and chanted white supremacist and anti-Semitic sayings while carrying torches. He could not be reached for comment Monday.
Invictus lost the 2016 Libertarian primary for U.S. Senate in Florida to Paul Stanton, but not before state Chairman Adrian Wyllie resigned in protest. The Libertarian Party of Seminole County also disbanded and its chair, Don Menzel, resigned in protest of his candidacy. Wyllie alleged at the time Invictus wanted to lead a civil war in the country, recruit neo-Nazis to the party and supported a eugenics program.
Invictus denied he had white supremacist sympathies at the time, but the Tampa Bay Times reported Monday white nationalist leader Richard Spencer credited Invictus with writing a first draft of the Charlottesville Statement.
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Check out the author’s name. I’d almost dismiss this as Satire.
But it’s Florida. So that explains that.
The link between Libertarians and the KKK/Neo Nazi movement is not as tenuous as you might think...
Ron Paul pictured here with Don Black, Former Grand Wizard of the KKK and founder of Stormfront.
I am sure that there are Libertarians who eschew this kind of association with KKK and Stormfront.
I am also certain that when confronted with this conflict, Ron Paul gave lip service to his critics, but then refused to return the contributions made to him by Don Black and others.
At the heart of it all (I suspect) is Paul’s not so thinly veiled anti-Semitism, which he hides from the public behind his paste on eyebrows.
Invictus is a Satanist—he’s a former member of Aleister Crowley’s OTO, which was linked to some of the German occult groups Hitler belonged to in his early years.
One of the libertarians asked to speak advocates the killing of police men
No worse than Augustus Invictus
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