Neo-Nazi yelled at by his dad during interview

'Get out of my room' shout interrupts discussion of the Jews.

August 16, 2018 12:40
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A neo Nazi attends a rally in Budapest October 23, 2009

A neo Nazi attends a rally in Budapest October 23, 2009. The words, the motto of the S.S., read "my honor is my loyalty". (photo credit: LASZIO BALOGH/REUTERS)


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Prominent neo-Nazi Jason Kessler has a dedicated group of supporters – and his dad is not among them.

In a video that is making waves this week, Kessler can be seen conducting a livestream conversation with fellow neo-Nazi Patrick Little. The pair are discussing slavery, and falsely claiming that Jews were responsible for slavery in America and that Israel is the biggest sex slave market in the world.

“Hey, you get out of my room!” a voice then yells from off-screen in Kessler’s video. “I want this to stop in my room Jason, this is my room!”

Little asks Kessler if he has a “drunk roommate” and he responds that he has “someone who supports Orthodox Israeli... we’re at a crosshairs on that.”

Later, Little says: “Jason, you’re not staying with an Orthodox Jew are you?”

Kessler responds: “No, it’s my father... my family watches American History Channel and it’s constant anti-German propaganda, the Nazis, the Jews.”

The live-stream was first posted online at the end of June, but garnered just a few thousand views. Earlier this week, Twitter user FlyingOverTr0ut shared the clip and it quickly went viral, garnering more than 600,000 views by Thursday morning.

Kessler and Little are both prominent antisemitic and white supremacist voices. Kessler organized the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia last year, and the subsequent rally in DC last week. Little ran a failed Senate campaign in California earlier this year on a platform of antisemitism and Nazi ideals.

“We should expel the Jews before they’re able to wreck this country any further,” Little shouted at a protest outside the White House last week. “It’s not radical. This is something that is done.”

In the video with Kessler, Little admitted he had financial and housing troubles lately, and lives on his boat, which he may be forced to sell.

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