“I’d rather be making mochi.”

Naʻomi Allen is an independent American opinionista, co-authoring a critical book about Pax Anglo-Saxonica with her husband (@uprofesa) while they backpack Africa.

She is hyperactive on Twitter where she claimed her fifteen minutes of fame after writing a thread about Ukrainian fascism that went viral.

“Y’all were right, I was wrong, and I’m sorry I didn’t see it sooner.”

She puts an obsessive amount of time and effort into countering Euromaidan propaganda that she previously fell for. Pro-Ukraine Twitter activists (NAFO) call her one of the most dangerous “Russian propagandists” online, and the Georgian Legion has declared her an enemy of the Ukrainian state.

Truth be told, she would rather be hosting a cooking show where she can show off her talents as a Bento box artist and confectioner of Japanese sweets, but her ADHD hyperfocus won’t allow her to ignore the new Nazi Menace.

“Once you see the truth, you can’t un-see it. There’s nothing more important to me now, politically, than to expose these Nazis for who they are, and to expose the fraudulent Intelligentsia who promote their Nazi agenda while pretending to defend democracy.” — Na’omi Allen

She is a USAF Gulf War veteran who also served as a Presidential Support, Personnel Reliability Program Monitor during the first Cold War. Learn more about her political philosophy here.