Neo-Nazi Patrick Little Berates Followers for Not Holding More ‘It’s Okay To Be White’ Marches

Patrick Little, a disgusting neo-Nazi and failed Republican senatorial candidate, scolded his followers recently for not being more politically active in the “It’s Okay To Be White” marches he called for earlier this month.

“I called for these marches and hundreds of people emailed me or messaged me saying they wanted to march,” Little said during a grainy YouTube livestream on November 25. “And when I said I wouldn’t be personally organizing the marches and that you should organize them yourselves, there was one group — ”

I’m not entirely sure where he going with that because the pixelated video cuts out there, but I think he was referring to the group of six men who staged an IOTBW march in Princeton, NJ on November 17. Little wrote in a subsequent article on his website that the men were members of “The Jersey Goyz,” however, according to antifascist activist AntiFash Gordon, the group is actually the New Jersey European Heritage Association.

Little continued:

“My question to you today is: What are you still waiting for? Times are getting pretty desperate… Are you willing to admit to yourself what’s coming? What are you waiting for?”

I don’t know about you, but I get uncomfortable when I hear a neo-Nazi say “times are getting desperate” or something to that effect. It sounds ominous, especially when it comes from a man who threatened to destroy a Holocaust memorial and shared an image of a pro-genocide quote by George Lincoln Rockwall, the founder of the American Nazi Party.

And not to mention that Little’s Gab posts were also shared by domestic terrorist Robert Bowers, the Pittsburgh synagogue shooter.

So words definitely matter in this volatile day and age.

Or maybe he’s just projecting. Maybe he’s the one who’s desperate. After all, only Little and one other fool showed up to the second IOTBW march in Seattle, WA where his poster was allegedly stolen by a nearby woman.

Also, what does he mean by “what’s coming”? What do you think is going to happen, Little?


The anti-Semite ended his livestream with a good scolding:

“If you watch this and you’re not willing to contribute money to activists or if you’re not willing to go march or something, stop listening to podcasts! Stop watching my show. I’m not interested in having fans that are do (sic) nothing — or my struggle against what’s happening to be entertaining.”

Unsurprisingly, not everyone took the video in stride. Some insulted Little…

while others criticized his activism strategy:

I encourage readers to skim through the comments section to get a better view of how Little’s followers are responding to the video and his activism.

With that said, I do think Little is onto something with his IOTBW protests, but he is clearly having trouble getting people to step up to the plate. From what I’ve read, his followers are hesitant to join him because:

  1. They feel they won’t be able to resist the urge to fight back if they are attacked,
  2. The cost of being doxxed and/or assaulted is too great (i.e. “we can’t lose our jobs for a meme”)
  3. The marches aren’t radical enough,
  4. There’s no one in their area to form a local marching group,
  5. Little is not organizing the marches himself,
  6. The communication process is clunky,
  7. They believe Little has appropriated the IOTBW meme,
  8. And they believe Little is sketchy as hell.

This isn’t an exhaustive list of reasons, it’s just the ones I’ve seen in YouTube comment sections, livestream chats, 4chan threads, among other places.

Now, if you ask me, the future of the IOTBW marches doesn’t look too bright. Maybe there will be a few more demonstrations, but the entire series of marches, I think, will be forgotten about shortly afterwards.

But I do think the aforementioned backlash and hesitation to join Little in nonviolent marches is very telling of the current state of the far-right movement. But I’ll save my thoughts on that for another day…

Stay safe, everyone.