Daniel J Kleve of Norfolk, NE, currently attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln as a junior 2017-18 – major: biochemistry. Member of Vanguard America, creator of the group Racial Theocracy, acted as security for high-profile Alt-Right personality Tim “Baked Alaska” Gionet while in Charlottesville, VA during the Unite the Right rally August 12, 2017.
(Daniel Kleve (left) is photographed holding an Vanguard America banner near Ashland, NE on August 6th, 2017)
Daniel Kleve is a member of the white nationalist group, Vanguard America. Kleve attended the Unite the Right rally as a member of VA, and provided private security.
Vanguard America is a white supremacist group that opposes multiculturalism and believes the U.S. is an exclusively white nation. Using a right-wing nationalist slogan, Blood and Soil, VA romanticizes the notion that people with “white blood” have a special bond with “American soil.” This philosophy first originated in Germany (as Blut und Boden) and was later popularized by Hitler’s regime. In the same vein, VA uses “For Race and Nation” as a variant slogan. James Fields was also a member of Vanguard America. Fields was the driver of the car that rammed into an anti-racist march in Charlottesville, VA on August 12, killing Heather Heyer, and injuring 19 others.
Previously known as American Vanguard – and before that, Reaction America – before joining the Nationalist Front, a confederation of hate groups co-led by Jeff Schoep, the leader of the neo-Nazi Nationalist Socialist Movement, and Matthew Heimbach, the leader of the Traditionalist Workers Party. Vanguard America gained their first taste notoriety when Anti-Fascist Action Nebraska outed their National Deputy Director, Cooper Ward of Omaha, NE, and another student in the University of Nebraska-Omaha school system. Ward dropped out of UNO on January 18, the same day thousands of flyers with his face and neo-Nazi connects were made public on campus. Ward also left, The Daily Shoah, a popular fascist podcast he co-hosted on The Right Stuff radio network.
– ADL backgrounder on Daniel Kleve’s group ‘Racial Theocracy’ described as “the idea that religious fulfillment comes from the proper expression of racial, social, and spiritual characteristics.”
Twitter: @RacialTheocracy (http://archive.is/GwO74)
– Charlottesville, VA Unite the Right Rally on 8/12/17 crowdfund page (http://archive.is/vYGDB)
Facebook account 1 (http://archive.is/1KVeJ);
Facebook account 2 (http://archive.is/5bDla)
Facebook selfie of forearm tattoos (http://archive.is/RbPka)
Facebook selfie in a “Right Wing Death Squad” tank top (http://archive.is/jlGCT)
Drives White Dodge Dakota Sport (http://archive.is/JhJ6B)