January 2020 White activism in the news

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Re: White activism at PGH/ATL/Austin in the news

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https://www.thedailybeast.com/what-do-y ... -war-rally
What Do You Do When Neo-Nazis Crash Your Anti-War Rally?

“Their presence is just to be a parasite.”
Kelly Weill Reporter
Published Jan. 09, 2020 5:00AM
Showing up at these rallies where many anti-Whites will be in attendance prepared with friends to hand out flyers and display signs to draw attention to websites where issues are explained more in depth is a tactic that can have some payoff, but has costs which far outweigh the benefits. The National Alliance can build in other ways than this without the attendant costs.
It comes back to what Chairman Williams is always saying about the quality of the recruits you are reaching. We aren't interested in "mainstream" conservatives much less a bunch of left wing nuts.
Yes, here is a good example of how not to be active: https://abc11.com/4622810/

These types are welcome to support the Daily Stormer. the National Alliance doesn't want them anywhere near us. The NA message is for our people, not to infuriate others, bring negative publicity and bring criminal charges.

Cary man, 20, charged after making anti-Semitic
comments at Messianic house of worship

By Elaina Athans
Monday, November 5, 2018
CARY, N.C. (WTVD) -- A 20-year-old Cary man is accused of making anti-Semitic comments at a Messianic house of worship against the Jewish religion and people of the Jewish faith and burning a cross at a local park.

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Police said William Josephus Warden went to Shaarai Shalom on Nov. 3 and allegedly rang the doorbell of the building and made the derogatory statements when it was answered remotely.

Warden said Jews need to be out of Cary, the country, and our government, a police report stated.

Warden is the son of state Court of Appeals Judge Lucy Inman. She said in a statement that the incident stems from her son's mental illness.

Warden is jailed on a $20,000 bond. It's not known if he has an attorney.

Officers said they believe Warden is responsible for distributing Nazi propaganda flyers in a Cary neighborhood.

The anti-Semitic fliers were discovered in October. They referenced the hate site "The Daily Stormer," and included pictures of two Nazi swastikas.

He is also accused of burning a cross in a local park.

He was arrested and booked into the Wake County Detention Center under a bond.

Warden was charged with ethnic intimidation and placing burning/flaming cross without permission.

If released, he is being ordered not to go within 100 yards of Shaarei Shalom.

Despite its Hebrew name, Shaarai Shalom is a not affiliated with any major Jewish organization, including the Jewish Federation of Raleigh-Cary. Messianic Judaism is a controversial movement rejected by Jews because its congregations observe Jewish law but consider Jesus as the Messiah.

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White activism at Mauston WI in the news

Post by Jim Mathias » Fri Jan 17, 2020 1:55 am

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White supremacist group stickers found near Mauston courthouse

CHRISTOPHER JARDINE Capital Newspapers 10 hrs ago {16 January 2020}

Multiple neo-Nazi organization stickers promoting a white supremacist group were discovered in Mauston over the previous several days.

The stickers advertise Patriot Front, a group identified by The Southern Poverty Law Center as a white nationalist group originating in Texas. The Southern Poverty Law Center is a non-profit legal advocacy group that also monitors hate groups.

According to The Southern Poverty Law Center, “Patriot Front is an image-obsessed organization that rehabilitated the explicitly fascist agenda of Vanguard America with garish patriotism. Patriot Front focuses on theatrical rhetoric and activism that can be easily distributed as propaganda for its chapters across the country.”

The city became aware of the stickers after they were discovered by maintenance personnel working for the county.

“The funny thing is… they’re strategically placed where they have no cameras,” said Mauston Director of Public Works Rob Nelson.

Although numerous city council members and city workers said they have been taking down the signs when they see them, the stickers continue to reappear. The stickers show the group’s name and messages such as “Reclaim America” or “America is not for sale.” Some stickers do not have the group’s name, instead consisting of an American flag with a QR code leading to a white nationalist website.

About 10 stickers, some slightly defaced, were found during a walk around the court house and surrounding streets on Jan. 15. The majority of the stickers were found on light posts and utility poles, though one sticker was found on the cannon stationed outside the courthouse side entrance.

“If anyone sees anything funny like that, call it in,” said Nelson.

Mauston Chief of Police Mike Zilisch has not yet returned a request for comment.
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White activism at Burlington VT in the news

Post by Jim Mathias » Fri Jan 17, 2020 2:03 am

https://www.sevendaysvt.com/vermont/wit ... d=29357715
January 08, 2020 News + Opinion » Crime


With Windex and Razors, Burlington 'Vigilantes' Target Hate-Group Stickers
By Courtney Lamdin

After a morning of searching, Kason Hudman finally found what he was looking for.

Attached to a utility pole beside Burlington's Riverside Avenue was a sticker reading "Infowars.com" in capital letters. Hudman reached into his backpack, pulled out some Windex and a razor, and got to work removing it.

"Let's see what we can do here," he said, attacking one end of the decal while his friend Walter Keady tried to peel up the other with a car key.

It wouldn't budge, so Hudman turned to the last tool in his kit: stickers of his own. "Immigrants Welcome" and "Love Rise Up!" some read. He plastered them on top of the Infowars decal so that it was barely readable.

Hudman and Keady belong to the BTV Clean Up Crew, a handful of young people whose mission is to remove signage that promotes organizations they deem hateful. Far-right "news" outlet Infowars and its founder Alex Jones, for instance, are best known for peddling the conspiracy theory that the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre was a hoax. Jones' everyday rhetoric targets immigrants and borders on anti-Semitic.

"That counts," Hudman said.

Generally speaking, Clean Up Crew members focus their hunt on messages left by the Patriot Front, an anti-immigrant, white nationalist organization that regularly posts stickers and flyers around the Burlington area. Police have encouraged residents to report the Patriot Front's activity so officers can track its movements. Hudman and his friends take a different tack: They remove the material vigilante-style and tell their supporters to do the same. The group believes that notifying the police — who may then alert the media — only gives hate groups what they crave most: attention.

"They're looking for public confrontation," Hudman said, so the antidote is to remove the stickers quietly and anonymously.

The Patriot Front is plenty vocal on its own. Formed after 2017's Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., the group regularly documents its stickering activities on Gab, a social media platform favored by the alt-right. Every day, members post photo collages of the stickers from all over the country. The decals often display patriotic symbols and inflammatory slogans such as "Better Dead Than Red" and "America First." In recent months, stickers have been spotted in Montpelier, Vergennes, Highgate and Winooski.

In March 2018, a handful of masked Patriot Front members gathered in Burlington's City Hall Park, carrying a banner that read "Reclaim America!" and chanting the Nazi slogan "blood and soil." In February 2019, they plastered stickers outside the Ohavi Zedek Synagogue and the Pride Center of Vermont, prompting Burlington police to issue a press release about the "bias-motivated vandalism." Mayor Miro Weinberger called the actions "antithetical to Burlington's ... welcoming, inclusive community." The Burlington City Council passed a resolution condemning the group.

Local anti-fascists welcomed the sentiment, but the public statements "ended up blasting [the Patriot Front] name all over," Keady lamented. "Now it's in the city record."

Last July, the Patriot Front struck again, slapping stickers on the South Winooski Avenue building that's home to Migrant Justice, Black Lives Matter of Greater Burlington, the Vermont Workers' Center and 350Vermont. A month later, the group affixed stickers to signage at the University of Vermont student center. The activity attracted media attention, including from Seven Days.

Hudman recalled thinking that someone should remove the stickers before anyone finds out. And so the covert cleanup campaign was born. Nearly every weekend since mid-August, the group has canvassed Burlington neighborhoods on a search-and-destroy mission. They've kept a custom Google map marking where the "Nasty Sticker Brigade" — the crew's nickname for the Patriot Front — has struck. A copy provided to Seven Days shows more than 60 dots around town, including several by the waterfront, on the Church Street Marketplace and around the UVM campus.

Burlington police are also monitoring the stickers; they get calls about them a few times a month but don't keep a running count, according to Det. Tom Chenette. The department, too, struggles with whether to alert the media or just mark down the incidents, he said.

"This group is just about getting their name out there, getting the publicity and getting more hits on their website," Chenette said. "We're always torn: Do we do the press release and essentially give them the press? Or do we just keep quiet about it?"

More often than not, the police don't alert the media unless the propaganda targets a specific minority group. Putting up the stickers isn't necessarily illegal — or, at least, it's difficult to prove it is, Chenette said. To show there was a crime, police have to calculate the cost of removing the stickers and the damage to the underlying surface. Because many of them peel away with little effort, it's unlikely that they could be considered vandalism, according to Chittenden County State's Attorney Sarah George.

"Whether the message within such stickers is racist or biased does not make a difference when deciding whether it's a crime," George wrote in an email. "Putting stickers up is not a crime, and the messages within them is protected speech under our First Amendment."

Regardless, police can keep the public informed of Patriot Front activities if residents report them: "If we believe that a hate group is operating in Burlington, that is something that is worth noting," Deputy Chief Jon Murad said.

The New York City-based Anti-Defamation League would agree. The watchdog group relies on police and media reports to build an interactive database of white supremacist public messaging. It shows that incidents in Burlington increased from six in 2018 to 17 in 2019; statewide, the number grew from 13 to 72.

"We're really only as good as our data," said Melissa Kraus, the associate regional director for the Anti-Defamation League in New England. "We can only fight anti-Semitism and other forms of hate when we know what's happening."

The upward trend isn't unique to Burlington. Reports nationwide skyrocketed from 426 public sightings of white supremacist material in 2017 to 1,209 in 2018 — an indication that more people have become emboldened to spew racist rhetoric, according to Kraus. It's important to call it out, she said, and "one way to do that is to report it to the police."

"It's not necessarily that we're trying to publicize it, but we're trying to make sure the right people are addressing it," she added.

The Clean Up Crew isn't just removing the stickers. For every sticker it finds, the group asks supporters to pledge a small sum to Ohavi Zedek, Migrant Justice and Black Lives Matter. They've raised more than $700 since September. The crew also picks up litter along the way, earning them honks and waves from passing drivers.

"[People] assume we're just picking up trash," crew member Jane Garfinkel said, but "we want to spread the message that we're also taking down terrible stickers."

Migrant Justice staffer Will Lambek said the crew has "found a creative and productive way to thread the needle" by raising awareness about hate groups without giving them publicity. He supports their decision not to notify police every time they find a sticker.

Chenette, the Burlington detective, said he understands the rationale behind not calling the cops. But out of the dozens of calls police have received about stickers, only one generated a press release, he said.

"I think it's great that one way or another, these things are being removed," Chenette said. "Hopefully [the Patriot Front] will just lose interest and choose to go back into the depths of the internet."

To inspire his own advocacy, Hudman, the Clean Up Crew organizer, draws on his life motto: "all things in common," a translation of Acts 2:44 in the Bible. He interprets it to mean that all Burlingtonians share responsibility for making the city safe and welcoming.

"Everyone recognizes that litter ... that's everyone's responsibility to pick that up," Hudman said. "Hatred, when that's in your community, it's the same thing."

The original print version of this article was headlined "Unstuck | With Windex and razors, Burlington "vigilantes" target hate-group stickers"
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White activism at Sunderland, UK in the news

Post by Jim Mathias » Fri Jan 17, 2020 7:25 pm

https://tellmamauk.org/white-supremacis ... -bus-stop/
White supremacist sticker removed from Sunderland bus stop

by TellMAMA | Jan 15, 2020

A white supremacist sticker which appeared on a bus stop in Sunderland over the weekend has been scratched off by angry locals.

Tell MAMA was made aware of the incident on Twitter by various anti-racist campaigners, including Sunderland Unites, but the sticker removal was carried out by Sunderland Lads & Lasses Against Fascism, who condemned the group responsible, adding, “This city is a port built with the toil, sweat, tears, and often the lives, of immigrants of all colours and creeds”.

The sticker, which promotes the conspiracy of white genocide, is linked to an online autonomous group that encourages users to print and distribute their stickers.

The Hundred Handers group originates in the UK, having first appeared on social media in May 2018 but the first evidence of activity appeared weeks later when photographs of two “Free Tommy” stickers appeared in unspecified locations in the UK.

For supporters, a favourite sticker is “It’s Okay To Be White”, which as the anti-Defamation League identifies, is a white supremacist slogan which pre-dates 4chan trolls and internet cultures.

Other stickers promote antisemitic and anti-Muslim narratives and conspiracies, including calling for the banning of halal and kosher slaughter, promoting the white supremacist conspiracy of the Kalergi Plan, and using a QR code to link people to the white nationalist hate site Red Ice TV.

Examples seen by Tell MAMA include broader anti-Muslim and Islamophobic narratives which link Muslims more broadly to rape and criminality.

The Hundred Handers borrow imagery from a poster designed by the Dutch Nazi propagandist Cornelius (Kees) Koekkoek (1903-1982), son of the famed painter Marinus Adrianus Koekkoek (1873-1944), promoting the Dutch Labour Front (Nederlandsch Arbeidsfront), a group created by Arthur Seyss-Inquart, an Austrian politician appointed as the Reich Commissioner for the Occupied Netherlands territory in 1940, which attracted around 200,000 members and excluded Jewish people.

In his capacity as Reich Commissioner, Seyss-Inquart oversaw the deportation of 120,000 of the country’s 140,000 Jewish community to Auschwitz, following a series of discriminatory policies, and forcing them to reside in Ghettos. His use of terror, extortion, and forced labour were part of his indictment for crimes against peace, war crimes, and crimes against humanity, of which he was executed for in 1946, following the Nuremberg trials.

For his part, Cornelis Koekkoek was found guilty of being a member National Socialist Movement in the Netherlands (NSB), following the end of the Second World War which resulted in fines, internment for 17 months, and a period of surveillance.

This particular propaganda image created by Koekkoek has featured in the propaganda of more notorious neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups globally in recent years.

Stickers attributed to the Hundred Handers have appeared in cities and towns in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and parts of the United States,which includes coopting the branding of Extinction Rebellion to make racist statements which the campaign group condemned on social media.

As with reporting racist graffiti, members of the public can report illegal flyposting through their local council, which is searchable through the Gov.uk website. Others have produced resources for local authorities in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The police can be contacted through the 101 non-emergency telephone number or reported online through True Vision.
So Sunderland, England was built by everyone, eh?

The defaced sticker read, "'Diversity' means no White countries; 'Diversity' means no White cities; 'Diversity' means no White neighborhoods; 'Diversity' means no White people"
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White activism at Hymietown in the news

Post by Jim Mathias » Sat Jan 18, 2020 10:57 pm

https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/ny ... story.html
SEE IT: Vandal uses MTA flyers to make swastika on subway station elevator
By Michael Sheridan New York Daily News | Jan 14, 2020 | 3:30 PM

Cops are hunting for a vandal who created a swastika out of MTA flyers and stuck it on an elevator at the 96th St. Station on the Upper West Side.

Video of the incident was released Tuesday. {available at link cited above}
In it, a man is seen on Dec. 31st around 6:20 a.m. using MTA advisory flyers to create a swastika, according to police. He then stuck it on the glass exterior of the station’s elevator.

This comes as NYPD stats reveal a disturbing increase of reported hate crimes throughout the city.

The total number of hate crimes in 2019 jumped 20% compared to 2018, according to statistics released by the police department earlier this month. Anti-Semitic incidents alone increased 26% last year.

The rise of anti-Semitic attacks has led police to beef up security at Jewish houses of worship, according to Police Commissioner Dermot Shea. The NYPD has also created a new unit in the department’s Intelligence Bureau called REME, for Racially and Ethnically Motivated Extremism.

The REME was created specifically to monitor and prevent extremist driven violence.
How nice of this guy to welcome Whites into the Subway lines. But does any healthy White still bother to live in the Rotten Apple?
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White activism at Lawrence Co. IN in the news

Post by Jim Mathias » Sat Jan 18, 2020 11:01 pm

https://fox59.com/2020/01/10/police-ide ... mmunities/
Police identify people responsible for leaving white supremacist literature in Indiana communities
Posted 5:16 PM, January 10, 2020, by Aaron Cantrell, Updated at 08:55PM, January 11, 2020

LAWRENCE COUNTY, Ind. – White supremacist literature has been distributed in two central Indiana communities and now the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is getting involved.

After receiving dozens of complaints, police in Spencer and Bedford say they identified the people responsible for leaving the material in driveways.

Lawrence County Chief Deputy Prosecutor Bob Cline says the people going around leaving this material are protected by the First Amendment, but the racist flyers could lead to charges being filed.

It was just last week when Bedford police officers found about 15 plastic bags containing a rock and a single piece of paper, with white supremacist literature on them in driveways.

Some of the flyers had the words “white power” on them and a swastika.

"My opinion is they are idiots," Lawrence County Chief Deputy Prosecutor Bob Cline said.

The same flyers showed up in Spencer, too.

Spencer police located a vehicle in connection to the flyers and it was registered in Missouri.

Police say the female occupant was from Texas and the two male passengers declined to identify themselves.

"They’re driving from whatever state through spreading this and throwing these out and moving on. There’s no proof they are targeting a particular individual for intimidation or harassment," Cline said.

Cline says if they were harassing someone based on their race, religion, or sexual orientation; they could be charged.

"I saw on social media where some people thought that they could be charged with littering and interestingly enough I’ve went down that path before," Cline said.

Cline has history with flyers like these. He says when he worked in a different county he took the KKK to court over flyers and lost the case.

He says they're protected by the first amendment.

"I have a biracial child. I have children that are other races and so I’m not real pleased with this but that doesn’t mean I can’t follow the law. I have to follow the law," Cline said.

He says the vast majority of people are good but there are a few bad seeds.

"These idiots had to travel out of state to get here. They aren’t worth a thought of your time," Cline said.

The FBI has offered up their assistance to both police agencies if needed.

Tomorrow a prayer protest is happening at the Lawrence County Courthouse at 1 p.m. to speak out against the flyers.
Protected by the first amendment! Imagine that. Legal flyer distributions are possible even if the sheriff hates your guts.
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White activism at Henderson NV in the news

Post by Jim Mathias » Sat Jan 18, 2020 11:07 pm

https://www.reviewjournal.com/news/educ ... s-1936137/
White nationalist group linked to flyers at Henderson colleges

By Aleksandra Appleton Las Vegas Review-Journal
January 15, 2020 - 1:38 pm

Updated January 15, 2020 - 5:21 pm

A white nationalist group known for targeting college campuses with its messaging has been linked to flyers posted at Nevada State College and the College of Southern Nevada’s Henderson campus.

The flyers prominently featured the name “American Identity Movement,” which is classified as a white nationalist hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League. It has been described as a rebranding of Identity Evropa, a white nationalist group whose members were linked to the deadly 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va.

CSN President Federico Zaragoza said in a message to the campus that the flyers, discovered on bulletin boards at CSN Henderson on Wednesday, “expressed a message contrary to the values of inclusion and cultural diversity that we celebrate at CSN.”

Zaragoza said the flyers at CSN were removed for violating posting rules guided by the Nevada System of Higher Education policy on Freedom of Expression, which states: “Members of the NSHE community are encouraged to promote an atmosphere of mutual respect that is aligned with institutional values of inclusivity, diversity and critical thinking.”

Nick Claus, a spokesman for Nevada State College, said flyers from the same group were “posted inside a few buildings on campus” and removed. He said the flyers provided “different messages about nationalism,” with one providing a link to the group’s website and another providing details about the organization’s beliefs.

NSC President Bart Patterson said in a statement Thursday that the university does not believe the flyers were posted by any faculty, staff or students.

“We are familiar with public views that have been expressed by the American Identity Movement that marginalize certain ethnicities,” he said. “Those views are diametrically opposed to the values of Nevada State College. We will continue to create a campus environment respectful to all.”

Last fall, flyers from the same group were found at the University of Nevada, Reno, and Truckee Meadows Community College. Students and faculty at UNR referenced the incident in a petition calling for the university to take action to combat hate on campus.

Contact Aleksandra Appleton at 702-383-0218 or aappleton@reviewjournal.com. Follow @aleksappleton on Twitter.
So a state institution, government run and taxpayer funded, is censoring a message based on its content. "Unconstitutional" I believe some would call that. "Par for the course" is what I see when compared to other government "educational" institutions doing the same thing.
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Re: White activism at Henderson NV in the news

Post by Will Williams » Sun Jan 19, 2020 12:31 pm

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Sat Jan 18, 2020 11:07 pm
https://www.reviewjournal.com/news/educ ... s-1936137/
White nationalist group linked to flyers at Henderson colleges
By Aleksandra Appleton Las Vegas Review-Journal
January 15, 2020 - 1:38 pm

A white nationalist group... is classified as a white nationalist hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League.
So what? Ipso facto The Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League of B'ad B'reath are classified by the National Alliance as Jewish hate groups.
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White activism at St. Albans Vt in the news

Post by Jim Mathias » Mon Jan 20, 2020 9:55 pm

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St. Albans Police ID suspect behind anti-Semitic flyers

ST. ALBANS, Vt. (WCAX) St. Albans officials say they have identified a person of interest who they believe is posting anti-Semitic flyers in the city.

The flyers have popped up several times around the city over the last few months. As the investigation continues, officials say they now think they know who is behind them, but declined to reveal any names.

When the signs first started showing up in December, police told WCAX that they do not violate the law.
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White activism Norfolk VA at in the news

Post by Jim Mathias » Tue Jan 21, 2020 11:40 pm

https://wtkr.com/2020/01/20/the-people- ... -in-ghent/
‘The people here are best to fight against it’: Neighbors react to Neo-Nazi stickers in Ghent
Posted 9:23 pm, January 20, 2020, by Nana-Séntuo Bonsu, Updated at 11:13PM, January 20, 2020

NORFOLK, Va. - Neighbors describe the Historic Ghent District in Norfolk as, “A very progressive and melting pot area.”

Others believe, “We are a really accepting district of artists, musicians and people from all walks of life,” says Michael. He works at a local coffee shop.

The community is now furious and pushing back on bright colored stickers that are appearing in the neighborhood on utility boxes, light poles and signs. “First of all its vandalism of public property,” says Nicole Buckley. She lives in Ghent.

On the top part of the sticker there is a website TheRightStuff.Biz it’s a white supremacist Neo-Nazi blog and podcast founded by a white nationalist. And below the URL is a QR code that takes you to the site.

Tyler Williams lives off Core Avenue. “Disappointment and shock like this is not the place you would expect to see anything like that.”

Michael who works at a coffee shop on Colley Ave. He says last year someone came in and vandalized their bathroom with the website with a permanent marker. But he noticed this sticker on the front door of the cafe over the weekend.

“I personally felt disrespected cause of café is a safe place for anyone in this neighborhood,” he said.

On Core Avenue alone News 3 counted over a dozen of these purple and lime green stickers on stop signs, parking signs and one way signs. Neighbors who live here tell us this kind of activity is not welcome here.

Some neighbors are already taking action.

“The Norfolk city police has a website where you can go and report these things so as I find them I’ll report them to be removed,” says Buckley.
Very progressive melting pot, or regressive area afflicted with Jews and white cucks? The truth of that can be determined by the outcome: whether Whites will be there to re-create this area as a Whites-only living space or is converted into a third world cesspool lorded over by Jews and populated by mongrel serfs. Those of us in the National Alliance work towards the latter.
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