Greg Johnson is an alternative rightist who is the editor-in-chief of the publishing house Counter-Currents Publishing and has been described by the BBC as "the greatest living expert on Savitri Devi's Work". The BBC says Greg "is quite open about being a white nationalist". During a YouTubed talk with Tara McCarthy and Andrew Anglin in August 2017, Greg said was going to move to somewhere outside the United States.
Banned from Seattle gym
On 8 February 2018, Greg was banned from his Seattle gym, NW Fitness Project, after the owners became aware that he was working out at their gym and is a white Nationalist through the Website pugetsoundanarchists.org, which had published his Seattle address and the name and address of his gym with the gym's email and phone number.
Quotes about him
Greg Johnson is an obsessive homosexual, with probably innumerable underlying latent psychological issues. His fixation on Spencer appears almost Biblical, and is inexplicable unless one assumes Spencer occupies a massive role in his psyche. Strange. Unsettling! https://t.co/taL5uElhyE— Joyce (@TOOAJoyce) October 27, 2018
But, most disturbing was Johnson's reaction and response when the young man alleged to him that he had been sexually assaulted, victimized, and continually harassed by others whom he had met through Johnson's networking events. That is, Johnson didn't really react at all.— Evan McLaren (@EvanMcLaren) February 25, 2019
- "Savitri Devi: From the Aryans to the Alt-right". 4:00. bbc.co.uk. 27 October 2017. Retrieved 12 March 2018.
- "Savitri Devi: From the Aryans to the Alt-right". 22:00. bbc.co.uk. 27 October 2017. Retrieved 12 March 2018.
- "Andrew Anglin and Greg Johnson Discuss the Alt Right". 1:13:00. YouTube. Published 28 August 2017. Retrieved 4 April 2018.