Naziboy: I’m The Real Thing



Naziboy, the Nazi salute-making protestor on Barrow Street, apparently revealed himself – not as a ‘left wing plant‘ as had been suggested – but a genuine, self proclaimed lover of National Socialism< called Rígfénnid.


Previously: Hunting A Nazi Barrow Boy


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89 thoughts on “Naziboy: I’m The Real Thing

    1. Martin Mcmahon

      a nazi, styled after the nazi party in German, Do you need a history lesson or are you just thick?

        1. Feck News

          The Liberal might call itself by that name but it certainly isnt. Actions not names define what someone or something is. The Nazis certainly were not socialists.

          1. Rob_G

            Well, technically, they were arguing for a much higher level of state control than a lot of competing ideologies, so from that perspective, one could indeed argue that they were ‘socialist’ – but I agree that such semantic arguments don’t really add anything of value to the discussion.

  1. Felix Rourke

    As had been suggested by people who don’t want to see the wood for the trees

    Accept the reality now – many of these so-called Irish “patriots” are nothing more than white supremacists and Neo-Nazis

  2. postmanpat

    eh.. I thought his twitter would be juicier but its just boring. It kind of looks like its run by bots. I’d still have some doubts wither he’s the real thing or not.

          1. ReproBertie

            Well I can imagine being a Nazi is something that takes time for people to feel comfortable enough with to reveal it to their family and friends. Sadly society seems to be moving to a place where it’s more accepting of Nazis.

          2. Man On Fire

            Perhaps in your circles.

            I personally think its abhorrent for any Irish person to profess themselves this way.

            That’s why I don’t accept he’s Irish, or a legitimate nazi sympathiser.

          3. ReproBertie

            I agree that it’s abhorrent for anyone to express themselves this way but that doesn’t mean I’m in denial about people doing exactly that.

            Turns out that many of the people who self-identify as Nazis and white supremacists get sucked into the movement through simple loneliness and isolation. They’re not really Nazi sympathisers. It’s all just a bit of craic/banter/whatever your having yourself and there’s a group sharing the racist jokes and laughing along with them and now they fell like they belong. Alan Alda did a very interesting interview with Christian Picciolini, an ex-white supremacist, on how he got involved and how he got out and how he now gets others out. I believe it’s episode 10 of his Clear + Vivid podcast and it’s well worth a listen.

  3. soundmigration

    Bit late after Broadsheet promoted a youtube idiot who stood beside this lad for a few hours at the time, but who later makes a rambling conspiracy video saying I *planted* this fupper.

    What a poo show Broadsheet. A blistering pooshow.


    1. GiggidyGoo

      Nazi boy wasn’t there a few hours. Arrived by bike, did his salute thing, and scuttled off within I’d think 30minutes.

        1. GiggidyGoo

          Recorded? From when until when? Make sure you put the arrival time of the train from carlow into the calculation. Dahling

          1. GiggidyGoo

            soq posted at the time that he arrived on a train from Carlow. ROFL. One of those ‘throw off the scent’ pieces of misinformation.

    1. GiggidyGoo

      Just in from a hard days graft. So, from what I gather.

      – This fellow is claiming to be a follower of something called Rigfeinnid.
      – This fellow posts a photograph that’s a likeness of him.
      – The twitter post itself suggests that he wasn’t known to the protesters.

      Funny that fluffy, low on detail/information twitter posts get yiz aerated.

      Not one person has identified him. Ireland is a very small place, and if he’s living here, he would have been identified within hours. Didn’t happen though did it?

      Maybe better to hold fire until he is actually identified then?

        1. GiggidyGoo

          Ah, the childish posts begin once again. If you’ve nothing to add that could convince, why post drivel. Was my post above too complicated for you?. Zillow make it simple. The people in the two photos are different persons. Tsk tsk.

  4. Custo

    I just had a look on the original tweeters feed. Why broadsheet decided to share his ‘theory’ in the first place is mind boggling.

    1. postmanpat

      For anyone who didn’t get to peek., You weren’t missing much. From a quick scroll down ,speeding past all the swastika/tricolour flegs because I’m in work and don’t want colleagues getting the wrong idea! apart from that, it was just a bunch of random scaldey b&w photos + Alex Jones fat head and barely any writing. Yawn!

  5. some old queen

    Now lads we could just give him the benefit of the doubt and say that he was just raising his hand to prove it had not been chopped off by a samurai sword?

    1. some old queen

      Absolutely not- these creeps need exposed- there is clear and definite proof what happens when they are ignored- let his family/ friends/ colleges have their say once he is identified.

      Anyways as I am not allowed to post links it appears- go search “British Far Right Extremism Manipulating Ireland” which is on the medium site- a real deal conspiracy which everyone should be aware- the sort of thing mainstream journalism SHOULD be investigating but for some peculiar reason- don’t want to know.

        1. some old queen

          You digested all that in 3 minutes eh? Amazing reading skills you have. That a particular ‘Irish’ website has been proven to be registered to a far right individual in England is tosh?

          Clown couldn’t even secure it properly so by jumping up and down the sub-folders. all their documents are available to see.

      1. jeremy kyle

        I get your point – but if he’s out in public throwing out nazi salutes and then apparently claiming to be the same guy on Twitter I don’t think he’s too bothered about exposure. He probably wants exposure.

        Everyone will keep going on about him, sticking his face on every website to ‘expose’ him – then next he’ll be on the Joe Rogan show.

        But shur, maybe I’m wrong. I’m not sure what the answer is.

      2. f_lawless

        I’d say this sorry story has a bit of legs yet. If the twitter persona really is the guy in the photo, then surely he’ll soon be identified and publicly shamed as a pathetic individual – especially now that there’s a 1000 euro reward being offered. Think of the middle-aged/elderly Irish men in Manhattan with no phones who were identified within hours of their photo being posted on Twitter a few months back
        But if, in the near future, he still hasn’t been identified, then wouldn’t that be a strong indication that he’s not Irish or resident in Ireland? Wait and see, I guess

        1. some old queen

          Oh the Ironing of being illegal- can I post links yet? If so I’ll post links on how much money can be made when people are evicted from their homes.

  6. Fearganainm

    The Twitter account in question has been suspended now.

    Quite why the half-wit was using Liam Lynch as his avatar can only be guessed at.

      1. GiggidyGoo

        The bum of which photograph? The long face on the sofa might have a long bum. Or would you prefer the original? (I think you ever drawn to it a week or so ago?). They’re not the same bums. Choose carefully.

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