Other names/alliases: "Dirty little Kike", "Tom", "National Action Founder", "Friend of the Western Spring"
Prominent Associated Figures:
Matthew Tait, Benjamin Raymond
Groups founded/associated with:
National Action (Western Spring), NS131, Scottish Dawn,
- All but one* of the groups Alex Davies was involved with were banned as terrorist organisations.
- Alex Davies was first promoted by the Jewish international tabloid media including Vice and Huffpost.
- Alex Davies was a Jew who presented himself as a non-Jew to lead a Jew sponsored defamation street-protest group.
- *The one group that has not been shutdown is the Western Spring, the 'mothership organisation' that launched National Action
- National Action was a Jewish controlled opposition group setup by a non-government Jewish political project. *This Should be the scandal of the century, but the Jewish International and UK media wont even mention this narrative and mercilessly use National Action as an example of 'white terrorism' despite them killing 0 people due to the doxing of members after their leaders told them to prepare acts of theoretical 'resistance' or terrorism. All of the so-called terrorists of National Action (Western Spring) were 'caught' preparing as in with documents suggesting terroristic intent, none managed to actually do anything, suggesting they were doxed on by their leaders only after they were told to make 'plans', which formed the basis of their prosecutions*.
"Looks white to me" (to an obviously mixed race, afro-haired person)
-Alex Davies, undated, Work in progress quote.
Forms of Faux-Nationalism:
- Faux-Nationalist Image Defamation
- Kosher anti-semite skinhead image
Primary reasons for Condemnation:
- Deliberately set a precedent to have other nationalist organisations shutdown as terrorist organisations
- Deliberately set up a group to lead to a failure: resulting in the imprisonment of numerous white individuals including serving soldiers conned into associating with his DOXing op.
- Ultimate Failure: failing on both levels of political activism: means and end results.
Area of Operations:
- United Kingdom (past)