Faith Goldy, a former Rebel Media reporter who is now a YouTube personality popular among right-wing extremists, recited the “14 words” white supremacist slogan in a recent interview and said she believed doing so was not controversial.
Goldy appeared with Colin Robertson, an alt-right YouTube personality who posts under the moniker “Millennial Woes,” as part of his annual “Millenniyule” interview series. As the interview was beginning to wrap up, Goldy asked if Robertson and members of the live stream chat were trying to prompt her to say the “14 words,” the world’s most popular white supremacist slogan. Goldy obliged.
“We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children,” Goldy said. “Is that controversial, though? I don’t see that that’s controversial. Is that bad? I think it’s controversial to say the opposite. I think it’s controversial to say we must not secure our future and we must not secure the existence. Like, what?”
“That’s the whole thing, is that once you just think about this very, very simply and logically you realize it’s not like, ‘OK, ha ha, rah rah,’ but like these aren’t sophisticated ideas at their most basic point. Like, we want to survive.”
“Exactly,” Robertson said, remarking that the live stream chat users were “ecstatic” that Goldy had recited the 14 words.
When Goldy apologized and claimed she didn’t know reciting the 14 words was “such a big deal,” Robertson told her that “those 14 words used to be more controversial than they are nowadays.”
Since she was fired from Rebel Media after audio surfaced of her appearance on a neo-Nazi podcast, Goldy has descended into the furthest fringes of right-wing extremism and has given full-throated endorsements of ethno-nationalism.
It’s worth noting that far-right YouTube persona Lauren Southern publicly encouraged Goldy to reinstate herself as a media personality after her firing and dedicated an entire video to promoting her earlier this year.