Liberatarian cartoonist Ben Garrison featured an interview with the Neo-Nazi owner and founder of the hate website “The Daily Stormer,” Andrew Anglin.

Anglin is described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as:

 “the founder of the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer website, which aptly takes its name from the gutter Nazi propaganda sheet known as Der Stürmer. True to that vintage, Anglin is infamous for the crudity of his language and his thinking, a contrast to his sophistication as a prolific Internet troll and serial harasser.”

Archived link to interview here.

Original link here.

Snippet of the interview is below:

Ben Garrison: You and your troll army had no problem dragging my family into it, now did you? But let’s move on. Another thing a lot of people are interested in was your trip to the Philippines. You made a video featuring a young, giggling girl with you. Apparently you are now obsessed with hunting down this video to get it removed from the Internet. How can you claim you have nothing to hide while hiding something? In other words, when hate speech goes against you, you try to shut it down. Apparently you endorse free speech only when it benefits you. Were you trying to remove that video because you referred to the giggling Filipino gal in it as your ‘jail bait’ girlfriend? What does that say about your character?
Andrew Anglin: Listen, Bro. Everyone knows I was joking!
Ben Garrison: I’m not your ‘bro.’ I’m old enough to be your father. I realize you’re not the type who shows respect to your elders, but please go ahead and tell me more about why you went to the Philippines.
Andrew Anglin: I went on a long vacation there. My dad bankrolled it. He thought it would be a good experience for me. He also has a penchant for the young ladies, so he understood. I like young Filipino girls because they are shorter than me and they don’t care if I boss them around or if I tell them to shut up. American girls are too problematic.
Ben Garrison: In other words, you can’t find a girlfriend in America. You are only 5’ 2” tall, so I know that has to be a problem for you. I noticed you used a big word there, too. It’s nice to hear you employ words other than profanity, even though I think ‘problematic’ is overused these days. It’s good that you’re brushing up on your vocabulary. After all, I heard that you considered yourself a ‘journalist.’ Have you had any training or education in that field?