By Logan McRay
NPR employee and journalist Matt Katz was like “wow….just wow” as the New Jersey rock club Dingbatz allowed a black metal show to proceed despite pressure from blue check busybodies to shut it down. The son of Jewish parents and self-anointed overseer of Goyim previously tweeted that the club had canceled controversial metal bands Nyogthaeblisz, Intolitarian and Northern. The promoter then decided to let paying customers see a show they paid for, much to the horror of Katz. Despite claims by the bands that they were not National Socialists, Katz referred to the event as a “White Supremacist concert festival”, because if you’re not sure what things mean, it must be Nazis.