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Neo-Nazi Website Tells Fat U.S. Nazis to ‘Get it Together,’ Offers Fashion Tips

In a blog post on the neo-nazi website Daily Stormer, its editor — Andrew Anglin — offered tips to his fellow alt-righters on how to “Dress For Success” and “Be in Good Shape” for their rallies.

The post, flagged by The Hill’s most hawk-eyed right-wing-media sleuth Will Sommer, is a sort of guideline for millennial Nazis, who Anglin declares are “ready to move off of the internet, into the real world.”

In the guide, Anglin kicks off by outlining on a number of occasions “priority number one” for Nazis: “We have to be sexy.”

“We have to be hip and we have to be sexy,” he writes. “This means we have to look good, we have to look dangerous, we have to have humor, we have to look powerful and we have to look like we are in control.”

But there’s one pressing concern Anglin sees with today’s Nazis: they’re apparently all pretty fat. That’s why he notes that while “Fat people should be allowed to join groups and be involved in rallies,” the alt-right should “expect them to get it together.”

“We should help people get it together,” Anglin writes, before noting that he’s working on his “biggest diet guide ever.”

“Continued obesity should not be tolerated.”

Anglin then advocates for something he refers to as “Chad Nationalism,” which will apparently “make girls want to be our groupies” and “make us look like bad boys and heroes.”

In the post, Anglin also outlines acceptable fashion choices for the millennial Nazi: “We want to look slick and sexy,” he writes, before noting that “skinhead” style has gone out of vogue.

Writing that he will provide more details on the alt-right uniform at the next Stormer Book Club, Anglin does point out that baggy shirts will not be tolerated:

“The worst look ever is a baggy t-shirt,” he notes, along with a mirror selfie of his petite frame in a tight button-down.

And finally, Anglin lays down the law on one particular garment that he argues Nazis should never wear:

“[D]on’t ever wear shorts. Serious men in serious situations are not wearing shorts.”

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