Mark Collett is a man with a history. Much but not all of it is covered here. Obviously, we don’t mention Batman outfits, the infamous ‘kidnapping’ etc as that would be unfair.
Collett has reinvented himself recently as a ‘serious’ fascist. He still makes us laugh, no end. He’s even brought out a book to accompany his regular podcasts. No-one likes Collett’s voice like Collett loves Collett’s voice. It’s a voice even a Mother would struggle to love.
My colleague who worked on the recent ITN expose of National Action and their friends, told us how Collett came dressed for the rumble, but did not actually rumble. He stood and watched [like John Walker?]. In fact, one of the reasons so few people attended the nazi training camp was because Collett was there.
Anyway, Collett has of late been very down on women.
It turns out that not-so lovely Eva Van Housen of nazi tattoo fame, has dumped him. Yep. And her real name was Jenna Smith, anyway.
So that also explains the latest instalment of ‘The World According to Collett.’ Men who love women are weak. Maybe she stole his mojo while he slept with a picture of himself under his pillow?
Anyway, it turns out that Collett went to work one day with what he thought were his ham sandwiches in a tupperware box. But it turned out there were none actually in the box!! When he went home to query the missing sandwiches, it turns out so too was Ms Jenna Smith missing and all of the pictures he had taken of them and hung around the house.
So, as you do, he’s made a podcast warning other boys about other women. Is it any wonder he’s single?
Head of Intelligence
Matthew Collins has been the focus of two BBC documentaries, 'Life Etc' in 2001 and the BBC3 film 'Dead Man Walking' (2004). His autobiography is 'HATE: My Life in the British Far Right' (Biteback) and he is also author of 'Nazi Terrorist: The Story of National Action' (HOPE not hate). He is a regular contributor to news & broadcast media.Twitter