In an Aug. 29, 2021 YouTube livestream, white nationalist vlogger Jason Köhne spewed racist invective at Native Americans while reading from a Science News article. During the livestream Köhne insisted that white people have consistently “honored the people they’ve conquered.” He also told Native Americans to stop wearing sneakers and instead “Go back to your …
During a Feb. 7, 2021 episode of his YouTube show, Going Free, white nationalist vlogger Jason Köhne lashed out at Black athletes who broke the color barrier. Köhne claimed that “the white race” deserved to take credit for integrating professional sports, and said that Black athletes like Colin Kaepernick should thank white people for their …
Early this month the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in June Medical Services, LLC v. Russo. The case is centered around Louisiana law, Act 620, an anti-abortion law virtually identical to one previously declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in 2016.
On the Mar. 11, 2021 episode of Going Free, white nationalist vlogger Jason Köhne went on a lengthy tirade against a (then proposed) ethnic studies curriculum in California. Köhne, no stranger to being mad online, angrily accused the curriculum of, among other things, promoting an “interracial” agenda and turning white students into “anti-white foot soldiers.”
During the November 10, 2019 episode of his Going Free YouTube show, white nationalist Jason Köhne told viewers that they should cut “anti-white” people out of their lives. (This includes friends and, presumably, family members as well.) “Anti-white,” in this case, appears to be anyone who rejects white nationalist ideology.
On the July 10, 2019 episode of Going Free, host Jason Köhne was asked by a viewer for his thoughts on Dr. William Luther Pierce, the founder of the Neo-Nazi organization National Alliance.
It’s no surprise that white nationalists’ views on gender and sexuality are as regressive as their views on race. Some have claimed that feminism will force men to purchase sexbots. Others have defended domestic abusers and suggested women shouldn’t vote. Some even advocate rape and defend sexual predators.
In the May 30, 2019 episode of The After Party, Jason Köhne (a.k.a. “NoWhiteGuilt”) and Jared George (a.k.a. “The Great Order”) had South African white nationalist Simon Roche as a guest to fret about the fictional white genocide plaguing South Africa.
Jason Köhne, a Virginia-based white nationalist podcaster, has close to 21,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel. One of those followers, Raymond VanBuskirk, is a 49-year-old extremist who associates with the anti-government militia movement, posts a steady stream of white supremacist content online, and was sentenced to six months in prison after pleading guilty to a …
As the novel coronavirus continues to ravage the country, most people are worried about their physical safety or the financial toll the pandemic will have.