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Those are the people the song was aimed at." Miret and his bandmates also voiced support for President Ronald Reagan's foreign policy. Miret has nothing but contempt for those "privileged, politically correct" punks that slandered his name. "To say Agnostic Front were a bunch of Nazis in a skinhead gang was ridiculous," Youth of Today guitarist John Porcelly once told the journalist Tony Rettman.
"We have to stop Communist aggression," guitarist Vinnie Stigma told the zine in 1984. Did Agnostic Front sometimes promote conservative opinions? "I was there, and no one united NYHC [a moniker for the New York hardcore scene] like Roger Miret.
"Agnostic Front shows attracted a certain number of white-power partisans, and the band occasionally had to pause, mid-set, to censure an audience member for Sieg-Heiling in the pit." I've been attending punk, hardcore, and metal shows since the age of 12, and I've encountered white-power partisans in a variety of locations, including performances by the multi-racial ska punks the Mighty Mighty Bosstones; the multi-racial post-hardcore group Orange 9MM; the multi-racial rap-rockers Rage Against the Machine; and the multi-racial death metal outfit Suffocation.
None of those bands "dared listeners to assume the worst," yet the Nazi wannabes still showed up.
He clearly did not trust his subscribers to read the original interviews and then make up their own minds.
Even left-wing punks were embarrassed by the performance. "Agnostic Front all but dared listeners to assume the worst, and Yohannan wasn't the only one who did," Sanneh wrote.
The reason is that racist thugs don't care what band happens to be playing on a given night.
They come out to cause trouble while aggressive music plays in the background.
"I'm approaching this band with caution," it warned.Around 1994, the great New York City hardcore punk band Murphy's Law played a show I attended in Tampa, Florida.Much like Agnostic Front, the members of Murphy's Law had had their names dragged through the mud by back in the '80s.I was Cuban for Christ's sake—far from the image of the blond-haired, blue-eyed Aryan Übermensch." Unlike some punk acts, Agnostic Front didn't offer any sort of coherent political message.But the band did sometimes express right-of-center views in songs and interviews.