On February 7, 2018, YouTube blowhard and harasser Carl Benjamin — better known as Sargon of Akkad — went on a racist rant during a live discussion with Michelle Catlin. Catlin, described by Breitbart’s Charlie Nash as a “right-libertarian trans commentator,” is no stranger to accusations of racism herself, as she’s repeatedly encouraged Twitter followers to report undocumented immigrants to ICE.
But even Catlin seemed shocked by Benjamin’s tirade, which was provoked by alt-right chatroom users’ insults. “See, look, look, this is what I mean about the chat, I just can’t be bothered to deal with people who treat me like this, it’s really annoying,” he complained. “You are acting like a bunch of niggers, just so you know. You act like white niggers.”
“You understand I’m a person, don’t you?” Benjamin whined after being called an “upper class twat.” “You guys understand that I am a person?” One chatroom user compared his reaction to that of Anita Sarkeesian — by far Benjamin’s favorite harassment target — causing him to dismiss alt-righters as “faggots.”
And he once again admonished them for not behaving how white people are supposed to behave: “Maybe you’re just acting like a nigger, mate. Have you considered that? You think white people act like this? White people are meant to be polite and respectful to one another.” This, of course, isn’t a shocking revelation for anyone who’s paid attention to this garbage person’s career.
After a long, awkward pause a clearly uncomfortable Catlin remarked that “this part definitely has to get clipped.” “I’m sure it will, and I really don’t care if you don’t agree to these standards,” Benjamin snapped.
After all that you might think Benjamin was done with his tirade, but no, he inexplicably decided to continue, griping about how white nationalists “don’t care that the SJWs are ruining everything.” (The alt–right routinely criticizes what he calls “SJWs” or “Social Justice Warriors” in addition to Jews, Muslims, and racial minorities.)
“I’ve genuinely tried dealing with them,” he continued, presumably referring to his embarrassing attempts at debating white nationalists in their so-called “bloodsports.” “But it’s just not worth my time.” Gee, maybe ‘ole Carl of Swindon should’ve made that decision before he revealed the extent of his casual racism and homophobia.