UNA can now reveal that for more than a year a rat has been operating at a high level within a major Australian Nationalist organisation.

For security purposes, we will not be naming the traitor or the organisation but it is in the interests of the health of Australian Nationalism that we highlight a problem that will continue to plague our movement.

What is so disturbing in this case is that the betrayer in question was brought in as a known pathological troll to undertake a serious intelligence-gathering operation. Fears were expressed at the time over the reliability of Gerbil X but despite this, he was allowed within the organisation’s inner-sanctum.

Under normal circumstances, a flawed character such as Gerbil X would not have been allowed access to sensitive areas of this group but he was trusted largely on the basis of his lifelong association with a prominent officer of this body.

It is not suggested that this officer is complicit in Gerbil X’s activities — although there are questions over his conduct as well — yet he is refusing to acknowledge the guilt of his friend or accept his culpability in the weak judgement he displayed in introducing him to Nationalists. This we see as a major problem.

In the interests of reasonable disclosure, we declare that Gerbil X had in the past provided intelligence to UNA. Yet, it comes as a shock that the trading of secrets was a two-way stream between his targets, us, and the Nationalist organisation that he is still purporting to represent.

Under normal circumstances, a flawed character such as Gerbil X would not have been allowed access to sensitive areas of this group but he was trusted largely on the basis of his lifelong association with a prominent officer of this body.

Of even greater concern, Gerbil X had interposed himself as a go-between in what is now to become a legal matter, and it appears likely that he conducted a nefarious relationship with the offender.

The extent of Gerbil X’s betrayals is yet to become apparent but the alarm was raised when he exposed himself as the source of a leak involving a Nationalist operation. UNA is 100% satisfied that Gerbil X — who was known to be involved with the recipients of this information supposedly in the capacity of a mole — either provided the information himself or allowed the spy into the group.

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His subsequent baffling behaviour only confirmed his lack of innocence and forced a certain Nationalist to raise the alarm.

Gerbil X had long been known to enjoy using sock puppet accounts to spy on Nationalist enemies, and establish relationships with protagonists on the opposite side of the fence, both in the Civic scene and those of what we call Lefties.

The exact reasoning behind his actions is the subject of much speculation but in a rational reading of events, he seems to have been motivated purely by his troll instincts. Speaking on a basis of anonymity, a Nationalist whistle-blower told us, “The warning signs became gradually apparent as he was thwarted in achieving recognition for his activities. Always an arrogant sort, he exhibited symptoms of a dangerous ego and began to see himself as a major force within this Nationalist organisation. It was as though he was getting drunk on his own image of himself.

His subsequent baffling behaviour only confirmed his lack of innocence and forced a certain Nationalist to raise the alarm.

“I knew when he styled a Facebook user profile for himself as though it was a business card that we were about to see trouble. Frankly, I think his actions are more down to the fact that he has ambitions beyond his limited abilities. Whatever the case, he turned rat, and that is a bad thing.”

Afterwards, our witness realised Gerbil X had goaded him, sneakily waving his handiwork at him as though he was merely passing on the news. “I told him I didn’t want to know what rubbish was posted about me but he insisted on PMing me with their defamations. Only now do I realise he was really dangling in front of me the fruits of his dirty deeds.”

The importance of Gerbil X’s trolling on the organisation’s behalf was not only widely exaggerated by himself but by the officer we mentioned earlier. It would confuse certain Nationalists as to why, when in company with Nationalists — particularly during important occasions — this person would put Gerbil X on the loud speaker to facilitate unsolicited group conversations. Again, we do not suggest that there were unwholesome motives behind this, but it is something given the situation that cannot be recalled without pause.

As stated in our introduction, UNA will not be naming the traitor, but we couldn’t if we wanted to. Gerbil X was always cagey about revealing his true legal name. He existed on aliases, which should have been causing concern all along, or at least a sensible effort should have been made to question why.

The officer we refer to is refusing to provide that information and has expressed hostility towards United Nationalists Australia. However, we do know that Gerbil X habitually abuses a certain controlled substance and other medications, a peccadillo that was politely overlooked in light of his original contributions to the Nationalist effort. This habit may in some part account for his behaviour, but not excuse it.

Right now, Gerbil X has control of a particular social media asset that was built up by others. In the wake of his showing his hand, he set about deleting the only other remaining administrator. Earlier, he had mysteriously and without explanation deleted another trusted Nationalist from the asset, which was only discovered in the wake of the aforementioned inciting incident.

Again, speaking anonymously, the originator of most of the asset’s content told us, “He did nothing (on the asset). I work and have a girlfriend and a life and I just couldn’t deal with the demands of running it singlehandedly any longer. I got the feeling he was quietly waiting, like a crocodile, for me to tire myself out then come in and take over. Not long after I got a call from the other admin telling me what had happened. Unfortunately, we just let the matter lie, and didn’t pursue it.”

“I knew when he styled a Facebook user profile for himself as though it was a business card that we were about to see trouble. Frankly, I think his actions are more down to the fact that he has ambitions beyond his limited abilities. Whatever the case, he turned rat, and that is a bad thing.”

Gerbil X told a UNA staffer that a money offer had been made on the asset and that he intended to sell it, which would, of course, have been morally contrary to Nationalist ethics. When confronted about his motives Gerbil X resorted to outlandish strawman arguments and attempted to lay blame on his questioner, citing a higher loyalty. This was immediately apparent as lies.

So far, Gerbil X’s betrayal has been hushed up, in an understandable bid to control further damage from occurring. Nonetheless, he is well aware that anything that he does hereafter will bring about the gravest consequences for himself.

Only yesterday UNA published an article about the dangers that Facebook egos pose to the Patriot movement. In Gerbil X, we see the exact same behaviour. In fact, the parallels between him and Neil Erikson are staggering.

Being outside of social media is, as history has shown us, far from any guarantee that rats and ego junkies won’t pose problems for the movement. But social media provides such concentrated conditions for this type of animal to thrive.

There are definitely lessons to be heeded from Gerbil X.

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