An anonymous right-wing influencer featured in Fox Nation’s “Tucker Carlson Originals” series The End of Men railing against “soy globalism” previously pushed nearly identical talking points on Infowars’ War Room with Owen Shroyer. The influencer, who goes by the name “Raw Egg Nationalist,” spouted pseudoscience and globalist conspiracy theories on Infowars a year before using the same language in Carlson’s new original film.
The End of Men is an incoherent collection of pseudoscientific ideas about modern day men having lower testosterone levels and sperm count and how the “bro scientists” movement is fixing that problem. The film also features prominent right-wing figures Robert F. Kennedy Jr., an anti-vaccine conspiracy theorist. and alt-right troll Mike Cernovich, who claimed in the film that “most doctors aren’t real scientists.” Parts of the original were filmed at the Texas ranch of InfoWars founder and Sandy Hook truther Alex Jones.
In it, “Raw Egg Nationalist” describes a globalist conspiracy theory supposedly aimed at “isolating communities and sickening them through food” and “so-called medicine” in order to suppress the power of individuals. “The globalists want you to be fat, sick, depressed and isolated, the better to control you and to milk you for as much economic value as they can before they kill you,” he says, advocating ingesting raw eggs to counter these efforts.
These talking points are virtually identical to comments he made during a 2021 appearance on Infowars.
The “Raw Egg Nationalist” website features two paragraphs that are nearly identical to his remarks from Infowars and Fox Nation.
“Raw Egg Nationalist” has published a raw-egg recipe book, a book on raw egg nationalist theory, as well as a book on the effects of the “globalist plan for food,” their “preparations for a new worldwide diet,” and the supposed “Great Reset” that includes a foreword by QAnon conspiracy theorist Noor Bin Laden. He has also published articles on the purported decline of testosterone levels and sperm count in The American Mind, a publication from the right-wing think tank the Claremont Institute.
In a different Infowars appearance in November 2021, “Raw Egg Nationalist” espoused a white nationalist-linked conspiracy theory about soy products, claiming that “if you drink too much soy milk you will probably develop gynecomastia, which is man boobs essentially,” and citing Alex Jones’ show for a study that showed “a soy diet was basically making monkeys into incels.”
To close out Carlson’s new original, “Raw Egg Nationalist” claimed our society was becoming “weak and rightfully disillusioned,” that “things are going to get worse before they get better,” and that “those hard times inevitably produce men who are tough, men who are resourceful, men who are strong enough to survive.”