Kent McLellan Confirms My Opinions on Nazis in Ukraine

I began a translation of this several months ago, and then forgot about it only to find a draft in folder while bored at work. And then I kept returning to it over and over again…

This fine specimen is Kent McLellan, aka “Boneface”, an American neonazi that went over to Ukraine to fight. I have found an interesting interview with him, the text only confirmed my previous suspicions, that is the Western secret services directed radical nationalists from Western countries to fight for Ukraine. In Ukraine proper, Western interests have long supported the cultivation of Ukrainian radical nationalism as a bulwark against pro-Russian sentiment.

Kent McLellan gave an interview to Juan Sinmiedo and the Russian publication Baza.

The Vice President of the International Organisation of the Veterans of the Anti-terror unit “Alpha”, the chief editor of the magazine “Spetsnaz of Russia”, Aleksandr Repin:

This individual is a perfect example of how US secret services work, hiring scum, and against who we are fighting against in Ukraine, repelling NATO agression. The Americans have brought to life two geopolitical projects. ISIS for the East, and Ukro-Reich for the West. And in both cases, Russia stood in the way. (I eactually think these projects were a priori directed against Russia) Western “fifth column” would do anything to destroy Russia. That’s why, the war that is going on is for the future of Russia.

Little bit of history

Kent McLellan was born in 1990, in St.Cloud, Florida to a Neonazi Ken McLellan, who was the front man of the music group BRUTAL ATTACK. Being influenced by his dad, Kent came into contact with radical nationalism already in high school. In the senior years, he became a member of the racist organisation “American Front”.

He was first arrested at the age of eighteen for spraying racist slogans on a church and restaurant in Crescent City. He was jailed in 2010 for vandalism and beating up immigrants. In 2012, he and his buddies from “American Front” were arrested for planning a terror attack in Florida.

From this moment all, Kent’s life began to drastically change, and began his transformation into Boneface. In the first place, following the example of many of his peers, he began to cover his body and face with Nazi themed tattoos. And it would seem that this prospective young man was co-opted by the secret services. He seems to have been co-opted for Ukrainian coup d’état of 2014, as a muscle. McLellan went from prison straight to the Maidan.

Having returned back to the US in 2015, McLellan went back to prison for selling drugs. In 2016, it was said he works for the Right Sector as a recruiter of foreigners. In 2021, he was moving between US and Ukraine, apparently recruiting new mercenaries. By January, before the planned Donbas offensive, McLellan entered the ranks of Azov battalion.

The American has confirmed that he visited Ukraine in 2014, with the help of CIA, and was a member of the Right Sector for a while. After which he returned back to the US and headed a cell of the Misanthropic Division.

Among the foreign participants in the Right Sector there were many skinheads from Georgia (WTF, imagine a Georgian Neonazi skinhead), Latvia, US and Finland. If you are wondering what happened with all the real skinheads, they all went to Ukraine.


5 thoughts on “Kent McLellan Confirms My Opinions on Nazis in Ukraine

  1. It doesn’t surprise me for the least bit tbh. I’d be more surprised if they’re smart enough not to fall for that Ukraine shit. Looks like they did a fine job at exposing themselves for what they’re really made of.

    This is why I learned not to trust far rights. It didn’t come to me immediately though. As you may have been aware, there used to be a time when I was really interested in that shit. I didn’t go completely “eww” about them like most normies would do from 2016 to 2018 (the attitude changed around 2019, when alt-rights changed their tones drastically about China following Hong Kong riot, and I began to see some normies began to “accept” the talking points from far rights). I see them made some interesting points that could be taken into consideration. Because let’s face it; contemporary liberals’ idea of tolerance is filled with logical inconsistency. And there’s something seriously wrong with the “ethnic” community within US and EU for that matter, and it’s not just the lack of money and shitty living situation, but the mentality itself.

    Then the more I see, the more conversations I have with them, the more I began to realize how the far rights are anything but reliable. I mean, besides all the anger, bitterness and aggression towards liberals and immigrants, and all the anti-immigrant rhetoric and the China-bashing, they got very little to offer to the table. I did come across a few hidden treasures among them though, who’re actually thoughtful and have shown willingness to uncover the truth (hence the Alt-Rights vs Alt-Lites that I was talking about on my Facebook back in the days), but they’re a minority. The vast majority of them are little more than pissed off non-thinking plebs who think they’re edgy and yes, they can be easily manipulated into doing shits like going to Ukraine to aid their UkroNazi brothers or to allow Russians to help them discovering Valhalla or whatever. Even though I partially blame it on the far-right group leaders and right-wing populist politicians, who just want to use certain demographic to gain members/to win votes, instead of actually addressing the cause behind this phenomenon – speaking of which, the more I dig, the more I came to realize how both the far rights and far lefts are little more than US elites’ psy-ops, meant to eliminate any chance of anyone knowing who their enemies are and to distract the post-Recession angry millennials. Good luck on trying to convince any far-right or far-left on this though, as their minds are way too fixated for anyone to talk sense into them.

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    1. All these groups, far right or far left, eventually become establishment patsies. Even if your group was initially a grassroots movement of lovers of Marx or Hitler, eventually it will be infiltrated by local secret services with the goal of breaking them up or co-opting them to be used as foot soldiers in your own game. You never know if you are talking to a genuine activist or a secret service shill. I personally do not subscribe to any ideology these days. Ideologies are a rudiment of the past, and the governments today are clued up on how to deal with these groups. None of them will ever make any impact or influence change. Also, the patsies are usually the less intelligent of the lot, so discussing anything with them will lead to experiencing some boxed in thinking that will leave you jaded.

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      1. True. The best way to go, is to actually see what needs to be done. If anyone feels like starting something, then deal with matters for what it really is and combine that with seeing the power pyramid and determine who are the real enemies and who has been framed, who has been made a scapegoat, what everyone’s interests truly is, and the side effects of certain economic and geopolitical strategic moves…etc, instead of seeing the world through idealism. You kinda have to be analytical nowadays, as this ain’t no 70s nor 80s anymore, where you had various communist splinter groups and separatist groups. This ain’t even 90s nor 2000s where you had religious fundamentalist groups. The elites have become smarter, and they’re great at manipulating these idealism-filled groups through various mean of manipulation. More often than not, the bottom level participants don’t even know they’re doing somebody else’s dirty works the whole time.

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      2. I believe that most of these ideological and identitarian groups were co-opted by the secret service. Most of those that did not allow themselves to be cucked and used were disrupted, their leaders arrested, their members intimidated. If you cannot be useful for the powers that be, you are going down. This leaves only the stooges that act as a honey trap for the idiots. This is why no such shit can be trusted.

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