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After a bare majority of the UK’s population voted in favor of Brexit — the referendum on whether Britain should remain a part of the European Union — UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage swiftly declared victory. “We’ve fought against the multinationals, the merchant banks and big politics’ lies corruption and deceit,” Farage declared, adding that they achieved victory “without having to fire a single bullet” — perhaps purposefully omitting the savage murder of British MP Jo Cox at the hands of Thomas “Britain first!” Mair. Mr. Farage isn’t the only one celebrating Britain’s “independence” from the European Union, however. Legions of white nationalists lit up social media with calls for the dissolution of the EU and for an all-white homeland.
Matthew Heimbach — the founder of the white nationalist Traditionalist Workers Party — recently sat down to interview John Friend for his podcast at Radio Aryan. Friend, who just last year lost his job when his employers discovered his connection to virulently anti-Semitic organizations, discussed the protests against Donald Trump which both he and Heimbach asserted were funded by the likes of George Soros (a longtime bogeyman of the right) and other Jewish financiers.