Except they were both interested in accelerationism.
But aspects of it pop up in both camps. In a way, it's not far removed from the Marxist idea of "heightening the contradictions," which has a long history in Hard Lefty practice.
Here's a sympathetic example: the SCLC.
So you look over suitable locations, and hello Birmingham, AL.
The Southern order shows itself to be unorderly.
This is not how stupid extremists see accelerationism. They leave out the medium term part.
Lots of Hard Righties -- Atomwaffen today; Louis Beam and Bob Mathews 35 years ago -- think chaos yields result.
PROBLEM: white people aren't flocking to white nationalism
SOLUTION: destroy infrastructure in the cities
BECAUSE: black people will riot
MEANING: white people will radicalize
RESULT: white nationalist recruiting boom
(Hard Righties will be offended by this because they think they have a FANTASTIC sense of history & know it very well. Yeah: they only know the parts they like.)
...ignoring the clear fact that, you know
He actually predicted the resultant NZ gun ban, and wanted it, on the theory that it would radicalize NZ gun owners and convert them to white nationalism.
But the interest in accelerationism makes that motivation a real possibility, too.