Faux-negative image 'Edgelord' Groups and Figures
Those that are clearly emulating negative associations with the media generated associations of 'Nazis' or 'Racists'
Potentially hundreds of thousands of Faux-negative image Edgelords are sufferers of Borderline Personality Disorder and are drawn to 'Racialist' politics just because of the 'infamous' feeling the faux-negative image association gives them. Faux-negative image Edgelords are those that were drawn to associate with the negative-image of 'Racial Nationalists' created by the Jewish media: in the United States 4 of the 5 biggest news companies (ABC, CNN, etc) are Jewish owned, the 5th and only non-Jewish major media company being Fox News. Faux-negative image Edgelords are psychology types attracted to the negative image the Jewish media has given to Racial politics since the 1950s.
This is a faux-negative image as Racial Nationalism never naturally had a negative image before the Faux Racial-Nationalists were envisioned as a concept in the 1950s and acted out by Jewish frauds like Frank Cohen (Allias: Frank Collin (read the Early Life section of his Wikipedia page), a classic example of a Faux Racial Nationalist although potentially also classifiable as a psychological-edgelording Jew) of the American Nazi Party (the ones that marched through Skokie) to create a deliberate negative image.
Faux-negative image Edgelord groups and figures have no actual concern for any message (despite what they tell themselves and others, which often differs) or communicating critical information to try to awaken others, acting solely for their own/groups sense of power/media fame/infamy/masochistic pleasure with zero genuine-belief in the ideologies the media generated negative-stereotypes were once associated with. Infamous pictures of faux-negative image Edgelords can be seen online, one classic (unverified) example was of a hill-billy doing a Hitler salute next to its Asian wife.
William Piece's explanation of the phenomena of psychological Edgelords and their damaging effect:
Analysis of William Pierce's perspective on Edgelord Nationalists:
William Pierce's analysis for Edgelording nationalists is 100% correct. However it is important to note that Edgelord Nationalists are just one subsection of faux nationalism and it is important to realise that the majority of faux nationalists are not these Edgelords but are split between the other categories with the overwhelming majority of Faux-Nationalists being Jewish frauds like the historical example of the fake Nazi defamation actor Frank Cohn whose statements and protests helped establish the myth of the Holocaust Industry.