White activism in the news May 2020

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White activism in the news May 2020

Post by Jim Mathias » Sun May 10, 2020 1:55 am

At Black Diamond, Washington.

https://www.king5.com/article/news/crim ... 410ec4e584
White nationalist stickers reported in city of Black Diamond
One council member said the incidents show that even 'a pandemic cannot quarantine racism and xenophobia.'


Author: Tony Black, KING 5 Staff
Published: 1:19 PM PDT May 5, 2020
Updated: 1:19 PM PDT May 5, 2020
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BLACK DIAMOND, Wash. — Stickers touting a white {sic} supremacist group were placed in Black Diamond.

The stickers are promoting Patriot Front. The Anti Defamation League defines Patriot Front as a white supremacist group that disguises their message through the veil of American patriotism.

"What actions do we take when we see this hate to combat it? Because we are not powerless," said Allie, a resident in the area for eight years who asked not to be shown on camera.

She says racism is still an issue in the area.

"I have seen incredible amounts of empathy and acceptance within this community and the exact opposite…but I believe this community truly cares for each other," she said.

Commander Brian Martinez of the Black Diamond Police Department said the city has had three cases this year - the messages on the stickers have no place in the community, he added.

Placing the stickers on private property can count as malicious mischief or malicious harassment.

In a statement, Black Diamond Councilmember Kristiana De Leon, who championed efforts to eliminate hate speech, condemned the stickers.

"By exploiting a time of great fear and insecurity in the hope that we are more susceptible to their dangerous rhetoric]/color], the groups behind these attacks show us all too well that even a pandemic cannot quarantine racism and xenophobia," she wrote.
Anti-Whites show great skill at whipping up fear and confusion in hate for Whites who in this case sent rather toothless messages to the public. This article is another good example of that fear and hatemongering.
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Re: White activism in the news at Woodbury CT

Post by Jim Mathias » Thu May 14, 2020 10:34 pm

Whining letter to the editor of a local news outlet.

https://www.primepublishers.com/voicesn ... aa4d5.html
Objects to Patriot Front Stickers

May 13, 2020

To the Editor:

Patrick Pappano’s bizarre May 6 Letter to the Editor defending the Patriot Front is disturbing in light of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s description of the organization:

“Patriot Front (PF) is a white nationalist hate group that formed in the aftermath of the deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, of August 12, 2017. The organization broke off from Vanguard America (VA), a neo-Nazi group that participated in the chaotic demonstration.”

As a longtime resident of Woodbury, I stand with the Rev. Tony Lorenzen in objecting to the PF stickers that have defaced traffic signs in our town and the ugly ideology that PF promotes.

Alan Zinser

Woodbury
For awhile there during this COVID-19 event, it appeared that White activists from PF and others had disappeared, or more likely, stayed at home during this pandemic. Well, they're not cooped up anymore.

It's noteworthy that the local rags aren't givng any news coverage to stories like this as well. It's as though almost all the propaganda organs afflicting America with the Jewish party line are marching in lockstep here.
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Re: White activism in the news at Framingham MA

Post by Jim Mathias » Thu May 21, 2020 9:52 pm

https://patch.com/massachusetts/framing ... dACqCrxzJ4
White Nationalist Propaganda Found In MetroWest In March: ADL
A new Anti-Defamation League report says that the nationalists distributed propaganda in Framingham, Natick and Sudbury in March.
By Neal McNamara , Patch Staff
May 13, 2020 8:20 am ET | Updated May 13, 2020 9:46 am ET

FRAMINGHAM, MA — A relatively new white nationalist group distributed propaganda in several MetroWest communities in March, according to the New England Anti-Defamation League.

The group Patriot Front put up recruitment posters between March 4 and March 31 in Natick, Sudbury and Framingham, according to the ADL. On March 10 at Framingham State University, the group handed out leaflets with phrases like "One nation against invasion" and "America is not for sale."

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, Patriot Front formed after the violent "Unite the Right" rallies in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017 as an offshoot of the neo-Nazi group Vanguard America.

Patriot Front has been documented putting up posters or handing out flyers across the United States since 2017, from Seattle to New York City. The group promotes an idea of America as a country for white people only, according to SPLC.

The leaflet postings were reported to the ADL and included in the group's "H.E.A.T. Map." The ADL on Tuesday released its 2019 report on antisemitic incidents in Massachusetts. The report documented 114 incidents across the state last year. There were reports of antisemitic incidents in 61 communities, including fires set last year at a Needham Chabad and at an Arlington rabbi's home.

The number of incidents in 2019 dropped by 21 percent compared to 2018, according to the ADL — but overall incidents in recent years are up sharply from the 50 recorded in 2015.

"The alarming manifestations of antisemitism in 2019 instill fear and are stark reminders that much work remains to be done," ADL New England Director Robert Trestan said in a news release. "ADL is committed to focusing on confronting antisemitism through educational programs and resources, community outreach and law enforcement engagement."
The ADL?? Haven't these presstitutes learned this criminal enterprise has been caught red-handed at the theft of police files on citizens?
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Re: White activism in the news at Houghton MI

Post by Jim Mathias » Thu May 21, 2020 10:00 pm

https://www.uppermichiganssource.com/co ... 05151.html
Stickers promoting a national hate group pop up in Houghton


By Jake Swope |
Posted: Fri 12:30 PM, May 15, 2020 |
Updated: Fri 10:41 PM, May 15, 2020
Yoopers getting active!
Yoopers getting active!
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HOUGHTON, Mich. (WLUC) - In various locations around the city of Houghton stickers have been placed promoting a national anti-government and white supremacy group. TV 6 is choosing to not reveal the name of the hate group.

"We have found that somebody is defacing city property, they been sticking on stickers onto light poles, signs, the bridge and places like that,” said John Donnelly, Chief of Houghton Police.

The vandalism was part of a national propaganda campaign the group has organized. The authorities believe that there is not a large following in the area.

"I don't think we have a large organization in this area, or population of people with that kind of sentiment of people feeling that way. We do try to watch that and monitor that, and pay attention to what kind of things are taking place," added Donnelly.

Some citizens in the area, who have chosen to remain anonymous, have taken down more than a dozen stickers that they've come across saying.

“It's hard to see signs of hate and just walk by without scratching them off. This isn't what Houghton is about. We're a community that cares, not one filled with hate.”

So far there has not been a suspect identified or any arrests that have been made, but there is an ongoing investigation.

"If anybody sees somebody out there putting those stickers up we would encourage people to let us know so we can get these people identified and put an end to this. We want to keep the city clean," said Donnelly.
It was so hard to tell what content the stickers had. But they do look like Patriot Front propaganda. Overall, this story is a lot of noise about a few little stickers.

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Re: White activism in the news at Montclair NJ

Post by Jim Mathias » Thu May 21, 2020 10:15 pm

https://patch.com/new-jersey/montclair/ ... air-police
'Neo-Nazi' Stickers Promote Hate Group In Montclair: Police
A witness found three stickers posted to light poles in Porter Park. They promoted an organization that's been labeled as a "hate group."
By Eric Kiefer, Patch Staff
May 20, 2020 7:00 am ET | Updated May 20, 2020 7:01 am ET

MONTCLAIR, NJ — More "neo-Nazi" stickers have been spotted in Montclair, authorities say.

According to the Montclair Police Department, a witness said they found three stickers posted to light poles in Porter Park on Friday. The stickers read "One Nation Against Invasion," and promoted Patriot Front, a white nationalist organization that has been labeled as a "hate group" by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

The witness told police he removed the stickers and threw them away, authorities said.

In March, a witness found a "neo-Nazi" sticker that read "NJEHA.com Take Back Your Country" posted on the schedule board at the Mountain Avenue Train Station, police said.

See related article: Montclair Police Say 'Neo-Nazi' Sticker Found At Train Station

The sticker promoted the same group that was seen on flyers around downtown Bloomfield last year.
More Patriot Front activity, but their messages have been rather weak often refraining from naming that they're a group for Whites. The "invaders" aren't even named as belonging to any racial group.

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Re: White activism in the news at Los Angeles CA

Post by Jim Mathias » Thu May 21, 2020 10:28 pm

http://www.wiesenthal.com/about/news/wh ... ckers.html
White Nationalist Stickers Found Outside Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Museum of Tolerance
May 20, 2020
PF is open for business, as Jews might say
PF is open for business, as Jews might say
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White Nationalist stickers from the Patriot Front movement were found on street light poles outside of the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Museum of Tolerance.

“While the pandemic closed the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Museum of Tolerance, haters and bigots are open for business,” said Simon Wiesenthal Center Rabbis Marvin Hier and Abraham Cooper, founder and dean and associate dean and global social action head.

“The youth-targeting White Nationalist Patriot Front movement, whose stickers were outside the Museum of Tolerance, urges the United States to choose between ‘sovereignty and subjugation’ and seeks a generation of ‘brave men to fearlessly rise to face all threats…free from the vices of the modern world…with a fervor to see themselves free," they added.

“There is no vaccine for the oldest virus - hate,” Hier and Cooper concluded.

Simon Wiesenthal Center’s senior researchers have been monitoring the Patriot Front, a White Nationalist group that promotes a "hard reset" to "return to the traditions and virtues of our forefathers targeting a younger demographic of Americans.
So if "haters and bigots are open for business," then why was the Simon Wiesenthal Center's Museum of Intolerance and Phony History closed?

While there's not a vaccine to ward off infections of Jews within Aryan societies, there is the National Alliance who, unlike Patriot Front, does name the Jew and the perils of having them among us.
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Re: White activism in the news at Orlando FL

Post by Jim Mathias » Thu May 21, 2020 10:36 pm

https://www.metroweekly.com/2020/05/pul ... t-sticker/
Pulse memorial vandalized with white nationalist sticker
LGBTQ organization The Center said that a second sticker was found and their phone line was vandalized

By Rhuaridh Marr on May 18, 2020
I'm not seeing the "hate" here....
I'm not seeing the "hate" here....
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A mural dedicated to the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting was defaced with a sticker from a white nationalist hate group.

The shooting at the LGBTQ nightclub in Orlando, Fla., in 2016 led to the deaths of 49 people — at the time, the deadliest mass shooting by a single gunman in U.S. history.

A sticker by white nationalist group Patriot Front was spotted on the mural, which adorns LGBTQ organization The Center in Orlando, by a user on Reddit, Orlando Weekly reports.

Reddit user pauliebleeker wrote that they were next door to the Center and approached the mural to take a photo when they spotted the sticker.

“I took a picture then noticed something was covering the P,” they wrote. “I walked up and it was a sticker of a man with a gun and an American flag type background. Under it gave a website for the group Patriot Front.”

Patriot Front has been designated a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which notes that it is “an image-obsessed organization that rehabilitated the explicitly fascist agenda of [neo-Nazi group] Vanguard America with garish patriotism.”

It was founded in 2017, in the wake of the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va., where anti-racist protester Heather Meyer was murdered when white supremacist James Alex Fields Jr. drove his car into a crowd of protesters.

The Reddit user noted that they visited The Center’s Facebook page after identifying the sticker’s origins, “and saw that they were also vandalized today by someone cutting their phone lines.”

“I have messaged them my findings,” they wrote. “Stay safe Orlando and fuck these guys. Rip down any stickers you see like this.”

The Center wrote on Facebook last week that the organization’s phone line was inactive “due to vandalism.”

“Our phone line has been down since yesterday in Orlando due to vandalism. We apologize for any inconvenience. We are still here to serve our community,” The Center wrote. “We hope to have phone lines restored tomorrow. Thank you for your patience.”

The Center later issued a statement on Facebook regarding the Patriot Front sticker, adding that a second sticker was found on the front of the building.

“We are sad to see any hate, especially in Orlando,” the organization wrote. “Sadly, The Center’s Pulse mural had a sticker from a [known] White Supremacist group placed on it. Another sticker was found near the front of the building. We are unclear if the spray-painted tags and the phone/internet lines being cut are related but we are being vigilant. All of Orlando knows that hate never wins.”

Last year, the OnePulse Foundation unveiled the design of a permanent memorial to the Pulse nightclub victims. The Pulse Memorial & Museum will be split over two locations, with a spiraling tower containing a museum and public plazas, and a memorial garden surrounding the nightclub featuring 49 trees to commemorate those who lost their lives.

The design will be further refined with input from survivors and victims’ families, with a targeted opening date of 2022.
All of Orlando knows that Muslims won at the queer club in 2016.
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Re: White activism in the news May 2020

Post by PhuBai68 » Sat May 23, 2020 1:49 pm

There's actually a thread on Stormfront about "someone" flyering in Iowa.

https://www.stormfront.org/forum/t1307912/
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Re: White activism in the news May 2020

Post by Jim Mathias » Sat May 23, 2020 11:49 pm

PhuBai68 wrote:
Sat May 23, 2020 1:49 pm
There's actually a thread on Stormfront about "someone" flyering in Iowa.

https://www.stormfront.org/forum/t1307912/
Ahhh yes. And getting some critical reviews from a certain SF'er with gazillions of posts but an unknown track record of activism beyond the keyboard. It seems he thinks this particular piece of propaganda is "crappy" but doesn't specify why in any meaningful manner. Oh well, you can't please every opinionated critic out there! Fortunately, Alliance members are more of the "men of action" than the "keyboard warrior" type and are hardly concerned with with those of the latter variety.
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Re: White activism in the news at Lafayette IN

Post by Jim Mathias » Sun May 24, 2020 12:04 am

https://www.jconline.com/story/news/202 ... 210649002/
KKK recruiting fliers dumped near Battle Ground, faith leaders rally to stand with targeted families

Dave Bangert, Lafayette Journal & Courier Published 9:43 a.m. ET May 18, 2020 | Updated 8:33 p.m. ET May 18, 2020

BATTLE GROUND – Plastic sandwich bags filled with fliers preaching white supremacy and weighted down with a rock painted with the letters “KKK” – following a pattern in similar recruiting efforts in Greater Lafayette earlier this year – were strewn on Tippecanoe County driveways and mailboxes over the weekend.

This time the packets, touting a New Carlisle-based National Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, were found Sunday morning outside homes along Tyler Road, northeast of Battle Ground and 10 miles from Lafayette.

Tippecanoe County Sheriff Bob Goldsmith confirmed that his office took reports Sunday about the Klan fliers at homes on Tyler Road, about two miles north of Pretty Prairie Road. Goldsmith said his office was documenting calls about the incident.
Plastic sandwich bags, weighted down with rocks painted with the letters KKK and containing Ku Klux Klan recruiting fliers, were found in driveways Sunday, May 17, 2020, of homes north of Battle Ground, police and neighbors said.

Plastic sandwich bags, weighted down with rocks painted with the letters KKK and containing Ku Klux Klan recruiting fliers, were found in driveways Sunday, May 17, 2020, of homes north of Battle Ground, police and neighbors said. (Photo: Photo provided)

Among the recipients was a niece of Joe Mackey, one of four Democrats vying in the June 2 Indiana primary to take on U.S. Rep. Jim Baird for the 4th District congressional seat.

On Sunday, Mackey shared a photo of the haul, saying, “some disgusting clowns left this on my beautiful family’s mailbox last night.”

“An attack on one of us is an attack on all of us,” Mackey, a Lafayette Democrat, said. “Cowards creeping around in the dark of night spreading their hate. There is no room for hate in a free society, and you are powerless to change this.”

The leaflets charged social media Sunday after friends of those who received the recruiting attempts posted pictures. Families contacted by the J&C Sunday said were reluctant to share their names for fear of being targeted for retribution. One family shared photos with J&C that had been sent to police.

More: West Lafayette mayor issues challenge to put end to KKK fliers: ‘This is bullsh--!’

By late Sunday, a collection of Greater Lafayette faith leaders were inviting residents to make short statements that could be assembled into a video to show “that these voices of hatred represent a small minority and do not represent where we live,” Rabbi Mike Harvey of West Lafayette’s Temple Israel said. The video, he said, would replace a more formal, in-person response in the days of social distancing.

“In watching the news and our local social media, it has been made clear that COVID-19 has not stopped the voices of hatred – therefore, it should not and will not stop the voices of love and acceptance,” Harvey, part the Interfaith Leaders of Greater Lafayette, said.

“The object of the video is to provide a loud voice from the good in our community, as I often feel the loudest voices are usually negative, such as KKK flyers, hateful posts, Confederate and Nazi flags, and the like,” Harvey said. “With COVID-19 preventing an in-person march or rally, I felt a virtual rally, so to speak, was the solution in response to not only this incident but of the many that have gone on – reported and unreported.”

The material found in baggies left along Tyler Road included a membership application, along with a request for $20 due, to be part of “the invisible empire of National Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.” A note signed by someone going by Eric Orion and claiming to be Church of the National Knights imperial wizard, passed off the packet as “religious material.”

“The contents of this package are not to threaten anyone, as we are a duly recognized church,” he wrote. “It is all for the love of our own.”

Messages sent to him by the J&C were not immediately answered.

More: Ku Klux Klan fliers in downtown Lafayette: How much condemnation is enough?

The Southern Poverty Law Center designated the Church of the National Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, founded in 1960 in South Bend, as a hate group tracked by the Montgomery, Alabama, nonprofit group. The Southern Poverty Law Center called the Indiana-based group “disorganized,” but “still dangerous,” with members connected to plots to blow up a county courthouse in North Carolina in 2006 and the murder of another Klan member in 2003.

that said commissioners would look into what happened.

“There’s right and there’s wrong, and this is clearly wrong,” Brown said. “How we can pursue it is another matter. … But this is 2020. Come on. When you put this kind of garbage in people’s driveways, it’s beyond disappointing. Why would anybody do this kind of thing?"

More: Bangert: Who's behind the anti-KKK posters pasted across downtown Lafayette

Sunday’s incident comes four months after Klan literature showed up on several nights in January in downtown and in the neighborhoods nearby.

Lafayette police reported that more than two dozen near-downtown residents found plastic sandwich bags weighted down with a few stones and containing cards with out-of-state phone numbers, websites and greetings that read, “Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan Wants You to Join!” The racist, anti-Semitic and anti-LGBTQ materials rhetoric named a group based in Pelham, North Carolina. No one locally came forward to claim distributing the fliers. Mayor Tony Roswarski, while saying the fliers did not constitute a crime, said he was prepared to publicly name the person spreading the fliers, if that person was identified.

Similar materials touting the KKK, delivered in similar ways, showed up on business doorsteps in 2018 and 2019 in downtown Lafayette. City surveillance cameras, reviewed by the J&C, showed a lone man dropping off packets, though he was never identified or never came forward to take credit.
Why would anybody do this kind of thing? I can think of one reason: If government, police, and/or Jewmedia types deny Whites a fair platform or forum in public venues or local media, we'll create our own. But really, the presstitutes who roll out these phony alarm stories over a few pieces of paper should just...
...re-read the Klan flier. They came right out and said why. Perhaps reading comprehension isn't among the useful life skills that Tippecanoe County Commissioner Tracy Brown has collected in life.
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