>Honestly, what you're saying sounds like optics cuckery to me.
I think if a group chooses to use a symbol it should either serve a purpose or have meaning.
If Heimbach were a member of Hezbollah… ok, he should wear their symbol.
If Heimbach were a Russian reactionary or nationalist… ok, he should wave the old flag.
If Heimbach were a neo-Confederate, ok, he should wave the stars & bars.
But he's ultimately none of those things. He's just a guy who likes attention, no matter if it's good or bad. This is the problem. It's all show no substance.
Pics related. You can see how his entire life he's just been waving random flags and symbols.
1st pic - carrying a Prussian flag with his Jewish girlfriend.
2nd pic - Carrying a big wooden cross in public.
3rd pic - Dressing up like a Confederate soldier…ffs.
> As for the rest of it, maybe he supports imperial Russia?
It would like the Nazis waving the flag of the French monarchy or something. Doesn't even make sense.
>I mean, we can call the guy a LARPer but as I said, he's probably done more than any of us shitposting on this image board.
The point isn't to do just anything it's to do something positive that moves us closer to a goal. I think that a person who translates old nationalist books objectively does more for some cause than a LARPer, even if the former works privately and the other goes public.