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The Dildo Nazi: Sex Toy-Selling White Supremacist Umasked

Author: Christopher Wiggins

The leader of a neo-Nazi network whose members celebrate white supremacist violent extremism and uses Telegram as its primary form of communication has been unmasked as a California woman who once reviewed and sold dildos for a living.

The neo-Nazi propaganda outfit, Terrorgram Collective, uses the encrypted messaging app Telegram to promote far-right terror and celebrate those who commit violent acts, HuffPost reports.

The group was celebrated in the manifesto of a mass shooter who killed LGBTQ+ people outside a gay bar in Bratislava, Slovakia, last year. On October 12, 19-year-old Juraj Krajčík shot three people with a gun on which he had mounted a laser scope. Two victims died from their injuries.

According to HuffPost, that was the first time the far-right group received public acknowledgment in such a high-profile way.

Dallas Erin Humber, 33, a resident of Sacramento, is behind the hate, according to research by antifascist groups that HuffPost confirmed. The news organization explained Humber had become radicalized quickly but had become obsessed with white supremacy, intolerance, bigotry, and hate over a prolonged period since being a teen. She noticed the shooter’s obsession and literally gave her voice to his words.

“This is kind of a huge deal,” Humber says in a brief introduction to an audiobook her group made from the murderer’s online screed. “[I]n case you haven’t heard, on October 12, 2022, St. Juraj Krajčík, Tarrant’s sixth disciple and Terrorgram’s first saint, posted this manifesto online before opening fire on f****ts at an LGBT coffee shop in Bratislava, Slovakia.”

Since about 2003, when she was 14 years old, Humber created an extensive digital footprint that included blog and social media accounts that increasingly depicted Nazi sympathizing content, from writings to self-created drawings and other art which celebrated the evils of the Holocaust.

“We mourn St. Krajčík’s death,” she continued, “but his legacy is immortalized through words and action … His manifesto is absolute fucking fire and I think you’ll really enjoy it. If you’ve been around here a while, it should resonate intensely with your very soul. So without further ado, let’s get this party started, Terror Bros,” HuffPost reports.

Humber, allegedly a recovering methamphetamine addict, did not respond to the news organization’s requests for comment, but she did block one of the reporters that reached out to her after reading the reporter’s text.

Despite having worked as an academic tutor and sold art at times, her current income is unclear. However, for some time, she worked as a dildo saleswoman and reviewed various sex toys, according to the report.

The Terrorgram Collective advocates the most extreme and explicit iteration of white supremacy as a central component of the international neo-Nazi accelerationist movement, advocating deadly violence and destruction to accelerate the collapse of society and create a world dominated by white people.

It creates propaganda that travels through the internet — audiobooks, videos, and memes — to inspire other radical far-right extremists to commit violent acts.

A former American neo-Nazi who spoke with the publication knows the group’s tactics.

Shannon Foley Martinez says that white supremacist propagandists have used outfits like Terrorgram Collective to incite violence for years.

“One of the mechanisms of creating martyrs is that it emboldens individuals to undertake actions that they otherwise might not,” she said. In her opinion, it’s only a matter of time before the group inspires another acolyte to commit an act of violence.

The challenge in policing the type of speech Terrorgram Collective engages in is the protection afforded all Americans under the First Amendment.

In countries where speech is not guaranteed in such an absolute way, prosecuting somebody like Humber would be possible.

Earlier this year, a 19-year-old white supremacist was sentenced in the U.K. to 11 years in prison for making videos that influenced the Buffalo shooter and the man who shot five people at Club Q in Colorado Springs.

The British teenage right-wing extremist had made a video promoting the “total extermination of sub-humans once and for all.”

The antifascist researchers whose research unmasked Humber say her content is no less inspirational than the convicted teen’s materials. They hope exposing her will prevent her from inspiring any further mass shootings.

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Author: Christopher Wiggins

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My name is David but my online nick almost everywhere is Altabear. I'm a web developer, graphic artist and outspoken human rights (and by extension, mens rights) advocate. Married to my gorgeous husband for 12 years, together for 25 and living with our partner of 4 years, in beautiful Edmonton, Canada.

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