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Myatt is one of the more original thinkers in the post-war nationalism in general and one of the most radical. Taking a polar opposite view of the Zionist instigated Islamohysteria view of some populists.Political scientist Professor George Michael has written that Myatt is an "intriguing theorist" whose "Faustian quests" not only involved studying Taoism and spending time in a Buddhist and later a Christian monastery, but also allegedly involved exploring the occult, and Paganism and what Michael calls "quasi-Satanic" secre... More >>>
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Myatt is one of the more original thinkers in the post-war nationalism in general and one of the most radical. Taking a polar opposite view of the Zionist instigated Islamohysteria view of some populists.

Political scientist Professor George Michael has written that Myatt is an "intriguing theorist" whose "Faustian quests" not only involved studying Taoism and spending time in a Buddhist and later a Christian monastery, but also allegedly involved exploring the occult, and Paganism and what Michael calls "quasi-Satanic" secret societies, while remaining a committed National Socialist. Myatt is also alleged to have been the founder of the Order of Nine Angles or to have taken it over and written the publicly-available teachings of the ONA under the pseudonym Anton Long. David Myatt has always denied such allegations about involvement with Satanism, the ONA, and using the pseudonym Anton Long