In a karmically precise counter-protest movement, a self-described “Inglorious Basterd” has taken to the streets in Charlottesville, Virginia, imitating the famous Quentin Tarantino movie by carving swastikas into the Nazi white supremacists’ foreheads.
The Halfway Post caught up with the man, who explained that he thought the nazi protesters should be marked as such permanently.
“The thing is, they got those cute little outfits they’re all wearing and matching that make them stand out as little Trumpeter neo-nazis, but they can’t exactly wear those clothes every day, you know?” said the Basterd, who claimed his name was “Nazi Puncher” and spent the day tackling nazis and marking them. “So how are we going to know who the nazis are once this little shindig is over and they all go home and change their clothes? See, I’m of the opinion that if you’re once a nazi, you should just commit and let everyone know you’re a little nazi bitch for the rest of your life. So I’m just doing my part in helping them commit to that decision.”
The Halfway Post does not condone violence in any way, nor do we encourage the carving of swastikas into nazis’ heads. We do support, however, taking pictures of nazi LARPers that follow them around for the rest of their lives and actually subject them to the social discrimination they’ve absurdly and erroneously claimed that they’ve faced all this time.