We’re Laying Off Staff Because You Didn’t Send Money

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 3, 2020

I’ve given 30-day notices to most of the staff, because even after I told you people that the site lost $50,000 last year, fewer than 60 of you decided to send money, for a total of less than $5,000. The costs for January were more than $10,000.

This is absurd. A site this size should be able to function comfortably with a modest staff.

But hey, if people don’t want to send money, we’ll do things differently. We’re going to downsize, and basically, I’ll be the only writer. There will obviously be many fewer articles, but that’s just the deal.

Whether we keep the race war section is up in the air presently, but Roy Batty and Adrian Sol have been laid off. Pomidor is no longer going to be writing long articles, and will instead be doing filler news bits.

It is impossible to communicate how depressing this is for me personally. I thought that we were promoting an agenda here that people believed in, but it seems that virtually all of you do not believe in this enough to send $5.

It certainly does not give me hope for the future. This is the only large site promoting this agenda, telling the truth about the Jews, and attempting to save white people. And we’re now shrinking an already tiny staff because the overwhelming majority of the readership apparently doesn’t give a shit.

Honestly, if I didn’t have personal reasons for doing this, I would just give up and go make a lot more money doing something else.

You all know what I’ve been through to run this site. And that is what it is. I am an adult and made these decisions and I’ll deal with the consequences. But the lack of support certainly makes me question how much more I should give.

For the time being, I will keep the site running. But considering the lack of support, I can’t promise that I’ll do it indefinitely. I might prefer to write books, or do something else. I have to think about my own personal future, and seeing as how little this site means to the readers, it’s hard to justify putting this much energy into it.

Thanks to everyone who did send money!

Below are instructions on how to send money, just in case this made any of you feel guilty. 

1. A Bitcoin Exchange

There are many different bitcoin exchanges, but by far the easiest is the CashApp, which you can download on your phone and use to quickly buy bitcoin with a credit or debit card. Also, if you enter the payment code “JOEROGAN,” they will give you $10 free that you can send to us. This is by far the easiest way to do this.

You can also buy bitcoin at Gemini, though it is more complicated. The same goes for Coinbase. Both of these allow you to link your bank account, and purchase that way, if that is something people want to do.

Whatever you do, make certain not to send directly from these services to our bitcoin address. Send it first to your own Mycelium wallet.

2. A Bitcoin ATM

In every major city in the western world, there are bitcoin ATMs. You can find a map of them here (just type your city in). When you get to the machine, it will look like a normal ATM.

Something like this:

You will then click “buy bitcoin.”

In your Mycelium app, you will click “receive” and it will show you a QR code.

You will then hold the QR code in front of the ATM, it will register the address, and you will feed dollar bills into the machine.

Whatever you do, make certain not to send directly from the ATM to our bitcoin address. Send it first to your own Mycelium wallet.

3. Localbitcoins

Localbitcoins is a website that allows you to easily buy bitcoin with PayPal or any other payment methods.

You just go to localbitcoins.com and enter how you would like to pay. The people will have reviews of their services, so you can make sure they have a good record. You can then simply tell them how much you want to buy, give them your Mycelium address, and send them the PayPal or whatever other service you prefer.

Localbitcoins guarantees the transfer, so there is no chance of getting scammed.

Whatever you do, make certain not to send directly from the ATM to our bitcoin address. Send it first to your own Mycelium wallet.

When you have the bitcoin in your Mycelium account, click “SEND” and scan this QR code:


You can then check and make sure it went through by checking the blockchain here, if you’re worried about that (but there isn’t ever any reason to worry anyway). You can also check that blockchain to understand just how broke we are.

And That is All

It is that simple, you have all of those options, you do not have any excuse.

Please do this now and do it quickly.