Following the hullabaloo outside the recent NPI Conference in Washington, D.C. I got a chance to sit down with Aryan Gondola (as he’s known on the TRS Forums), the Red Ice cameraman who was viciously assaulted by up to ten Antifa as he and correspondent Emily Youcis were being escorted back into the Ronald Reagan building. Still sporting a couple of bumps and bruises from the fight, he took time out from his busy schedule to tell Occidental Observerreaders about his experiences with the melee and the conference — and his path to the Alt Right. Readers will find invaluable information on how to stay safe and aware whenever Antifa slime are near.
Aryan Gondola. . . You went a round with ten men at once, and you still have a little shiner to show for your efforts, I see!
I fought for it!
How long have you been working for Red Ice TV?
Four months. Since the DNC in late July. We organized teams to do some “guerrilla photography.”
Had you been to an NPI Conference prior to this one?
Yes. This was the second. The first was March of this year.
Was that at the Ronald Reagan building?
What were your general impressions of security at that event?
Security for the building was very tight. At the first conference we were there discussing the rise of Donald Trump. A handful of Antifa was out there protesting what they called “suit and tie Nazis.” People just walked through, there were some bants, but no problem getting into the building. The only issue was…