The United Nations: The Sly Magian at Work


The article titled The United Nations: The Sly Magian at Work although undated was, on the evidence contained in the article, written by David Myatt in 2003 or 2004 not long after the invasion of Iraq by NATO forces.

The article was included in Seven Essays Concerning The Vindex Mythos and which work was undated but was distributed by Reichsfolk in 2004 and included early drafts of parts of The Mythos of Vindex. {1}

What may be relevant is that The United Nations: The Sly Magian at Work was issued during Myatt’s notorious campaign to, as a Muslim, bring National Socialists and radical Muslims together; a campaign well-described in Professor Michael’s book The Enemy of My Enemy, {2} with Michael noting that Myatt has “arguably done more than any other theorist to develop a synthesis of the extreme right and Islam.” {3}

Myatt’s polemical article The United Nations: The Sly Magian at Work – and its appendix, Concerning UNDP, UNHCR, UNESCO & UNICEF – thus belongs to that campaign when he often spelled America in a Muslim way as either Amerika or Amrika, and in which article he heretically describes the Taliban as “honourably resisting the occupation of their land.”

It thus appears that the article was designed to appeal to both National Socialists and Muslims while containing important truths about the Magian ethos, about the hubriati, and about the modern West, which are still relevant today.

Richard Stirling
November 2019

{1} The Mythos of Vindex – the final draft of which was completed by Myatt around 2004/2005 – was finally published by Reichsfolk in 2016 and is available, as of November 2019, from https://wyrdsister.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/myatt-mythos-of-vindex-v1.pdf

See also Myatt’s earlier Vindex: Destiny Of The West, with a facsimile of the first printed edition available at https://wyrdsister.files.wordpress.com/2019/01/myatt-vindex.pdf

{2} Michael, George. (2006) The Enemy of My Enemy: The Alarming Convergence of Militant Islam and the Extreme Right. University Press of Kansas.

{3} Op. cit. p.142