Based Base Man exposed

Posted On: Saturday - February 8th 2020 10:38AM MST
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Rinaldo Rizzaro, aka, Norman Spear, aka Roman Wolf, aka, "International Man o' Mystery Meat"

The reader may recall the Peak Stupidity post about Lyin' Press complicity in implicating normal patriotic white Americans as racist whatever-the-hell's as a run-up to the recent Richmond, VA gun rally (Richmond gun rally - a lesson about ignoring the narrative). I noted that a "dangerous" group of 3 people had been arrested for crimes related to white supremacy beliefs - I think they are after the beliefs themselves. They were supposed to have been somehow associated with the rally, so, you know, watch out there!

Oh, and the one guy was a FUGITIVE, I tell ya', harboring other FUGITIVES that are NOT EVEN LEGAL CITIZENS. You don't run into that often! Mostly these, uhhh, not-legal(?) citizens are quite out in the open and not stashed in any harbor, unless employed under-the-table foredeck at a slip in Marina del Rey.

A pretty naive sounding article under "the far right" category in the British narrative site The Guardian scoops the story of this alt-Bin-Laden with Revealed: the true identity of the leader of an American neo-Nazi terror group.
The white supremacist group the Base has been a target of FBI raids and its members accused of planning a race war. The Guardian can now reveal the identity of its secretive leader.
It's a dude named Rinaldo who has been all over the internet and stuff ...
Members of the network do not know his true identity due to the group’s culture of internal secrecy.

But the Guardian can reveal that “Norman Spear” is in fact US-born Rinaldo Nazzaro, 46, who has a long history of advertising his services as an intelligence, military and security contractor. He has claimed, under his alias, to have served in Russia and Afghanistan.
I mean, he comments on a whole lot on blogs, so ...
The revelation of his identity comes after a months-long investigation by the Guardian into Nazzaro and the activities of the Base.
aka, "the Assistant City Editor Archie has a 14 y/o kid who's just hell with duckduckgo ... bloody brilliant, I tells ya'!"
While Nazzaro’s most recently used address is in New Jersey, there is evidence supporting his claims of being based in Russia, where he lives with his Russian wife.
New Jersey?!! Get a rope ... (Sorry, that was NY City - jumped the gun there.) As for the Russkie wife, good on you Nazzarinksi. They sure seem hot on the websites. I hope for your sake she doesn't have another family on the other side of the Ural mountains though... they are not all the most trustworthy people on the planet Earth... just sayin' ...
Few traces of him exist anywhere
Rinaldo Nazzaro has maintained a decidedly low profile: he has no visible presence on any major social media platforms, no published writings under his own name, and no profile in local or national media.
Yeah, I know the feeling.
Few traces of him exist anywhere, except where a name is required in official business – such as real estate purchases and the registration of companies.
... an admirable way to live - cuts out the junk mail for starters...
Multiple emails and phone calls to Nazzaro went unanswered.
Right, because he uses aliases, and why in the hell would ANYONE want to talk to a Guardian reporter? Try the aliases or the "" addresses.
The Guardian was able to unravel Nazzaro’s identity due to his 2018 activities in a remote corner of the Pacific north-west.

In chat rooms hosted by the Base, Nazzaro stressed the importance of in-person meet-ups and required members to attend training camps. The Base’s propaganda videos show young men undergoing combat training together in rural areas.
Sounds like a blast. Every young man should get to do that ...
Last August, an Oregon-based antifascist group, Eugene Antifa, warned that the Base was planning a “hate camp” in the neighboring state of Washington, and claimed Nazzaro (operating under the alias of “Spear”) had purchased land in Stevens county for training purposes. This warning came after a leak of the Base’s internal chats.
Oh, I see. Eugene Antifa is just jealous that they don't get to go to training combat training camps out in the sticks. What exactly is "hate camp" anyway? Is it anything like band camp? I know some of the softer kids hate camp, but I had a good time.
In emails obtained by the Guardian via public records request, the Stevens county Sheriff, Brad Manke, is seen contacting the FBI and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) for advice on the group.

On 20 August 2019, Manke writes to an FBI agent, asking: “Do you have a name for the actual head of the group The Base or the address where the property actually is?”
The unimproved piece of land was in the next county, Ferry County, WA, but what a dumbass as a Sheriff. Yeah, that's it - call the $PLC for advice. Or was that for PC purposes? On the FBI, well, much of the rest of this article was about the possibility that this guy Nazarro worked for them.
Materials inspected and sources consulted by the Guardian indicate that Nazzaro, as “Spear”, has faced persistent suspicions from current and former members of the group that he is a “fed”, or the agent of a foreign government, or that the Base is a “honeypot” intended to lure neo-Nazis out into the open for the benefit of law enforcement agencies. the narrative [FIFY]
Just from my experience of never having known anyone in the KKK (or any neo-Nazis, for that matter) and never having known OF a branch of the KKK, I assume in all stories about that organization from any time after 1975 that the group in question was started and headed by FBI agents. KKK dues collected would go down by 95% were the FBI to pull out the taxpayers' money for the next round of government cost-cutting.

It's not like there aren't lots of people with thoughts of white nationalism, harking back simply to memories of the old America that was a white nation and was the best country in the world. I just have never run into formal or informal organizations thereof. Are there such groups? They would have to stay way, way underground, indeed, as opposed to neo-Commie organizations like Antifa that have the approval of the entire Establishment.
The US government may have been monitoring “Norman Spear’s” activities for some time. In the April conversation planning a meetup in July, “Spear” was concerned that he would not be able to attend.

“I have confirmed that I am on the FBI terrorism watch list. I mean, that doesn’t really matter in the context of the training. What matters is that I’m on it.”
Perhaps "Norman Spear" is not only on the FBI's terrorism watch list, but their HR benefits list, their 401K package enrollment list, and the FBI coed fall softball league email group as well. You can't go to every meet-up when there are Quality Improvement 6-sigma honey-trapping meetings, and those endless Diversity seminars, endless, endless meetings ... hard to get away ...

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