On June 6, 1944, Allied troops invaded Normandy in Operation Overlord, resulting in over 9,000 Allied soldiers killed or wounded during the first day. Neo-Nazi and white supremacists on a social media platform posted commemorating D-Day. Many users espoused antisemitism claiming that the Allies were fighting for the Jews. Users claimed that the only people celebrated D-Day are Jews and that June 6 marks "the day the kikes finally killed the west." Additionally, others quoted General Patton, claiming that he said: "We have defeated the wrong enemy" and that Hitler in fact was the West's "greatest advocate." The neo-Nazis and white supremacists said that U.S. soldiers "died" for the "degeneration" of the United States, citing BLM and drag queen story hours as examples.
A neo-Nazi online shared a graphic featuring General Patton.
The following is a compilation of posts from neo-Nazis and white supremacists about D-Day online.
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Neo-Nazis And White Supremacists Remember D-Day And Espouse Antisemitism
On a social media platform, a neo-Nazi user commented on D-Day, stating: "Yes, and d-day was a satanic operation conducted on the 6th day of the 6th month at 6 am (666: i.e. mark of the beast). Not a coincidence. The jews deceived America's best men to kill Germanys best men so that they could enslave and degenerate western nations." A second post on June 6 stated: "America fought on the wrong side in WW2 because an entire generation was deceived by satan's mouthpiece, the jews, into thinking they were liberating Europe when in fact, they were fighting and dying for their own cultural demise. The sooner we recognize this and repent of this as a nation, the sooner our restoration and healing can begin. But as long as people refuse to examine the facts honestly and keep living in denial, the longer we will have drag queens reading to kids in libraries. May God have mercy on us."
A white supremacist wrote on June 7 about D-Day. He said: "The general lack of pro-American D-Day (June 6th) posts on normiecon social media is an indication that the vast majority of Americans are beginning to acknowledge that we fought the wrong enemy in World War II. Ten years ago, you could not navigate a Facebook page without tripping over some post about D-Day, Pearl Harbor Day, Victory in Europe (V-E) Day, etc. Now, those same formerly super patriotic Americans are silent. Leftists are right to be scared. More are awakened then we realize or acknowledge."
A neo-Nazi posted on June 6 a meme video in which WWII Allied soldiers are asked what they are fighting for. The British soldier stated that he wants to live in a UK where "no Muslim sex criminals are charged." The French soldier stated: "I wish to see the German kicked out of France so that one day we can be entirely invaded by sub-Saharan Muslim invaders." The Canadian stated: "I'm looking forward to Canada being ruled by an effeminate communist with a lisp who works tirelessly to destroy the White race!" The American stated: "I fight so that one day a Black man can be President of the United States and use his authority to force bakeries to make cakes for homosexuals."
The same channel posted on June 6 an edited graphic featuring soldiers approaching Normandy beach with speech bubbles with accompanying text: "FOR DRAG QUEEN STORY HOUR," "FOR BLM RIOTS," "MAKE WHITES MINORITIES IN THEIR COUNTRIES," "FOR LEGALIZED SODOMY," "FOR CHILD HORMONE BLOCKERS," "FOR CENTRALIZED BANKS!" The account captioned the post: "Changing the course of history for the worse."
 Defense.gov/News/Feature-Stories/story/Article/3052217/5-things-you-may-not-know-about-d-day/, Accessed June 7, 2023.