(From the original written by Myatt, long thought to be lost. The First re-publication.)
The 1999 London nail bombings first brought the Brit to public attention. A Practical Guide to Aryan Revolution is said to have inspired the man behind the acts: David Copeland, the son of an engineer and a militant National Socialist. Copeland targeted London's black, South Asian, and gay communities, killing 3 people and injuring 129; many lost limbs. Copeland was convicted in 2000, given 6 life sentences.
A Practical Guide to Aryan Revolution is reported to have influenced the German National Socialist Underground and has been described as a "detailed step-by-step guide for terrorist insurrection". It is the necessary work for all those engaged in the Aryan struggle against the globalist elite and their new world order.
Born 1950, David Myatt is a British philosopher, author, and translator. Gaining an early interest in politics, he was the first leader of the British National Socialist Movement and has been identified as the leading intellectual behind the National Socialist organization Combat 18. He studied physics in university and has been suspected as being the founder of the Order of Nine Angles, although he denies such allegations.
Academic George Joseph Michael, professor at the criminal justice faculty of Westfield State University in Massachusetts, has claimed that Myatt is “arguably England's principal proponent of contemporary neo-Nazi ideology and theoretician of revolution." Myatt’s IQ has been reported as high as 187, which is hardly unbelievable given his intellectual output.