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Re: Somebody from Dayton has been in the news

PostSat Mar 23, 2019 12:28 am

Jim Mathias wrote:https://www.whio.com/news/local/posters-promoting-neo-nazi-hate-group-removed-from-university-dayton-campus/jtLRAw7zRbCtodboiIe6lM/

Posters promoting neo-Nazi group appear on UD campus
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Spineless president Spina refuses to even say which organization's members or supporters put the posters up. And of course, president Spineless wants to sic the cops on those exercising Free Speech.


Update, the identity of the posters has been reported---at long last.
https://flyernews.com/campus/university ... 3/21/2019/

University Removes Posters Put Up On Campus By Hate Group
March 21, 2019
Sean Newhouse
News Editor
In an email sent Tuesday, President Eric Spina told the UD community that the university “removed posters from poles and other areas around campus” that promoted a neo-Nazi white supremacist hate group on both Tuesday and Monday. This is reflective of a trend of hate groups targeting college campuses nationally and in the Dayton area.

One poster advertising Patriot Front, a Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC)-designated white nationalist hate group, read “Reclaim America”
The SPLC describes Patriot Front as “[focusing] on theatrical rhetoric and activism….”; about 30 Patriot Front members had a propagandistic rally at the University of Texas at Austin in November 2017
According to the email, UD police are investigating, but there “is no indication that anyone in our campus community is responsible for posting these signs….”
Spina also instructed students who may come across hate group posters to not remove or deface them, rather contact Public Safety immediately
“The University of Dayton is fiercely opposed to the racial hatred and religious bigotry advocated by such groups,” Spina said. “Hate and bigotry have no place in our community, our campus, or our hearts.”
Wright State University experienced a similar issue earlier this year. The posters advertisedIdentity Evropa, another SPLC-designated white nationalist hate group

Photo of the poster provided by Bailey Johnson who reported it to campus police
It was Patriot Front. As President Spineless keeps kowtowing to the Jewish SPLC in this article, and the UD rag "flyernews" spews more of the same vomit on Whites in this article, I wouldn't blame you if you skimmed over it in order to avoid that feeling of disgust one gets when reading this journalistic equivalent of diarrhea.
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Re: Somebody from St. Helens UK has been in the news

PostSat Mar 23, 2019 12:41 am

https://www.sthelensreporter.co.uk/news ... -1-9658590

Probe launched after racist leaflets posted through letterboxes

KENNY LOMAS
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Published: 08:26
Tuesday 19 March 2019

Specialist police officers are investigating after racist material allegedly from a neo-Nazi group was delivered to homes in Earlestown and Newton-le-Willows.

It is understood the recruitment leaflet, which claims to be from a US-based white supremacist group, the Creativity Movement, was initially delivered around the Fairbrothers estate in Earlestown last week.

A local resident handed the material to Earlestown councillors Dave Banks and Charlie Preston, who then alerted St Helens Council.

This was then reported to Merseyside Police by council leader Derek Long, who called the material “abhorrent”.

Cllr Long said: “Some councillors have passed a leaflet, which was distributed in some parts of the city region.

“The contents are abhorrent.

“As they contain statements of racial hatred, I immediately referred them to the police.”

The US-based Southern Poverty Law Center, a nonprofit legal advocacy organisation, classes the Creativity Movement as a neo-Nazi hate group.

On Sunday, Labour’s Jeanie Bell tweeted that residents in Market Street in Newton-le-Willows had also received leaflets allegedly from the group.

The Newton-le-Willows councillor urged residents who receive any of the racist material to inform the police.

A police spokesman said: “Merseyside Police can confirm officers have been made aware of leaflets delivered to residents in the Earlestown area.

“The matter has been referred to specialist officers, who are examining the leaflet to assess if a criminal offence has taken place.”

Cllr Seve Gomez-Aspron, ward member for Newton-le-Willows, has also condemned the leaflets.

“There is no place in our community in Newton-le-Willows or the wider borough for such disgusting, racist and right-wing views,”
Cllr Gomez-Aspron said.

“Free speech comes with the responsibility of not preaching racism or hatred.

“The minute the line is crossed, we have a duty as a society to say this isn’t acceptable and won’t be tolerated here.

“We have a positive, multicultural community in this borough, which makes it a great place to be.

“In the wake of the Manchester Arena attack, and the Christchurch attack, we have a duty to challenge extremism when we see it.

“No form of extremism or racism will be tolerated by our community.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact 101 or @MerPolCC or @CrimestoppersUK on Twitter.
Yes, even the British are cucking to the Jews. My, my. How snivelly the British politicians spew the same treason towards the White race as politicians in America do. Those of that rank who are White truly are the most odious members of our kind.
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Re: Somebody from St. Helens UK has been in the news

PostSun Mar 24, 2019 11:43 am

Jim Mathias wrote:https://www.sthelensreporter.co.uk/news/probe-launched-after-racist-leaflets-posted-through-letterboxes-1-9658590

Probe launched after racist leaflets posted through letterboxes

“The contents are abhorrent.

The US-based Southern Poverty Law Center, a nonprofit legal advocacy organisation, classes the Creativity Movement as a neo-Nazi hate group.


British politicians spew the same treason towards the White race as politicians in America do...

They want to block the majority will of Brits to exit the European Union as well. Tsk, tsk! :(

Soon enough the MSM in Britain will realize that the American based SPLC hate group is not a source they should depend on for identifying "haters." https://nationalvanguard.org/2016/07/th ... ionalists/
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Re: Somebody from Los Angeles has been in the news (again!)

PostSun Mar 24, 2019 5:38 pm

https://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2019/03 ... gh-school/

Anti-Semitic Posters Appear Near Woodland Hills High School
March 20, 2019 at 8:20 pmFiled Under:Anti-Semetic, Woodland Hills

WOODLAND HILLS (CBSLA) – Multiple anti-Semitic posters have popped up near El Camino Real Charter High School in Woodland Hills.

Police say the disturbing sign, and four others like it, were discovered close to the school.

The posters say “What’s the difference between crackheads and Jews?” followed by a picture of a swastika with the question, “Is this a hate symbol?” above a Star of David with the question, “How about this?”


A message was written below the images saying “The murder of innocent women and children by a Rothschild led Jewish Zionist armed militia to forcibly confiscate the Land of Palestine now know as Israel.”


Anti-Semitic posters posted near a El Camino Real Charter High School in Woodland Hills. (credit: CBSLA)

The posters made their way around social media after a woman shared photos of them to her Facebook page.

She said her husband found one of the signs near the high school on Monday, and quickly removed it.

Darlene Chavez, a parent in the area, said “I was shocked. I was saddened. Disappointed…Someone is serious about getting people’s attention and making people angry, scared.”

Chavez went on to say, “It’s not something that I want my daughters dealing with. They are here to study, not here to be fearful.”

Asutosh Shah, another parent in the area, told CBSLA, “I am just scared. because it’s kinda scary to hear stuff like this still going
on.”

Police say that they are aware of the posters and are investigating this as a hate crime.
A friend mentioned to me that this poster, comparing Judaism's star of David to National Socialism's swastika as symbols of "hate", was offensive to him... as a National Socialist. I conceded he had a point.
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Re: Somebody from Sydney AU has been in the news

PostSun Mar 24, 2019 5:53 pm

https://honisoit.com/2019/03/racist-nat ... -precinct/

Racist, nationalist posters uncovered in Engineering and IT precinct
The material was removed in time for the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

by Alan Zheng
March 21, 2019

In a special newsletter to engineering and IT students yesterday, the University advised that it had been alerted to the presence of racist and nationalist posters and graffiti on campus.

The material, found in bathrooms within the Engineering and IT precinct on the Darlington campus, has since been removed by Campus Assist officers in time for the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

A University spokesperson reiterated that prejudicial or racist behaviour is not welcome on campus.

“Any student found to be engaging in such behaviour would be in breach of the code of conduct and subject to the University Of Sydney (Student Discipline) Rule 2016,” the spokesperson said.

Club executives of the Sydney University Engineering Undergraduate Association (SUEUA) and Sydney University IT Society (SUITS) condemned the material.

“SUEUA has always strived for the inclusion of all in our society and in engineering and we’re disappointed to see this kind of activity within the Engineering precinct or anywhere on campus.”

“SUITS is saddened to hear about such activity on campus, let alone in this faculty. We condemn such activity and will continue to work towards a more inclusive campus for students from all backgrounds.”
At this stage, it remains unclear whether the material was distributed by a student or trespasser on University grounds.

This is not the first time racist or nationalist posters have appeared on University grounds.

During 2017’s same sex marriage plebsicite, the Antipodean Resistance, a neo-Nazi youth group, trespassed onto campus and placed posters featuring Nazi iconography on the walls of the Brennan McCallum Learning Hub.

“Nazi youth organising on your campus!” one poster read.

Neighbouring suburbs to the University have also seen a resurgence of far-right organising.

The ‘Lads Society,’ — a collection of men comprising senior members of the United Patriots Front including convicted criminal Blair Cottrell — has its clubhouse in Ashfield.

In late-2018, local community group Ashfield Community Action circulated a graphic on social media, warning that the Lads Society was a deeply racist, homophobic and antisemitic organisation.

“The Sydney branch is known to be led by committed Nazis,” the graphic read.

Honi understands that membership of the Lads Society is restricted to “men of european stock.”
Committed 'Nazis'? Restricted to men of European stock? How complimentary of the author to say so! Perhaps our friends with the New Order would like to correspond with them.

How nice of the university to want to be so inclusive "of all in our society" yet condemn those Whites who have their own views. Perhaps author Zheng meant to say, "of all in our society except Whites who do not kowtow to their genocide."
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Re: Somebody from St. Helens UK has been in the news

PostSun Mar 24, 2019 6:03 pm

Will Williams wrote:
Jim Mathias wrote:https://www.sthelensreporter.co.uk/news/probe-launched-after-racist-leaflets-posted-through-letterboxes-1-9658590

Probe launched after racist leaflets posted through letterboxes

“The contents are abhorrent.

The US-based Southern Poverty Law Center, a nonprofit legal advocacy organisation, classes the Creativity Movement as a neo-Nazi hate group.


British politicians spew the same treason towards the White race as politicians in America do...

They want to block the majority will of Brits to exit the European Union as well. Tsk, tsk! :(

Soon enough the MSM in Britain will realize that the American based SPLC hate group is not a source they should depend on for identifying "haters." https://nationalvanguard.org/2016/07/th ... ionalists/
Oh I don't know, it seems that if the Jewed media in Britain want to expose themselves as having laid with the same liars and prevaricators as those in America do, then would it not stand to reason to encourage them to confess themselves openly? Easier for us to identify them later as accomplices to their murderous intent towards us you know.
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Re: Somebody from Kirksville MO has been in the news

PostTue Mar 26, 2019 10:25 pm

https://www.kirksvilledailyexpress.com/ ... kirksville

White supremacist flyer posted in downtown Kirksville

Posted Mar 26, 2019 at 12:01 AM

A white supremacist flyer poster on an electrical pole in downtown Kirksville Sunday has drawn condemnation on social media and from Truman State University students.

The flyer included white supremacist rhetoric and the URL of a neo-Nazi website. [Well, what is it????]

Adam Barker, the speaker of Truman’s Student Senate, said the flyer has become a “hot button issue” on campus, with students discussing organizing a protest and asking for a response from the college administration.

“This idea that certain people, based on the color of their skin, aren’t equal with others, that’s a touchy subject, as it well should be,” Barker said. “Especially on a college campus, where we’re trying to learn more about each other and learn more about people from different backgrounds and places. That’s our environment, and when something like this pops up in our community, it causes a lot of concern.”

Kirksville Police Department Lt. Mark Wellman said the department is looking into the incident; though the message itself is protected speech, he said, it is against city ordinance to post signage on utility poles. KPD does not yet have any suspects.
This happened in Linder's back yard! Curious how the article's author refuses to identify the names of the group on the flyer--not even a picture of the flyer was posted--nor was the author him-or-herself identified. Cowardly.
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Re: Somebody Arlington VA has been in the news

PostTue Mar 26, 2019 10:36 pm

https://www.arlnow.com/2019/03/26/white ... arlington/

White Nationalist Group Places Stickers Around Arlington
by ARLnow.com {aww, c'mon! Who authored this trash?} March 26, 2019 at 9:00 am

A white nationalist group has been sticking posters on signs, poles and other public property in parts of Arlington.

Patriot Front, a group identified as a “white nationalist hate group,” took credit on social media earlier this month for its “activists” placing the stickers in Arlington. Photos from the social media post appear to show the stickers — with slogans like “reclaim America” and “better dead than red” — in Crystal City and Pentagon City.

More recently, Fairlington residents reported in a local Facebook group that a number of stickers had been placed around the neighborhood. One of the stickers has the slogan “Keep America American” and urges people to “report and and all illegal aliens.” A Fairlington resident said in the post that he took down some of the stickers.

Patriot Front has been active around Northern Virginia, with stickers also popping up in Reston, Herndon, Vienna, Alexandria and elsewhere.

The effort has led to charges against at least one man. A 21-year-old Herndon man was arrested on Saturday, March 16 and charged with destruction of property after Vienna police allegedly saw him place a Patriot Front sticker on a public utility box, our sister site Reston Now reported exclusively.

This is not the only recent instance of a hate group being active in Arlington. KKK recruitment flyers popped up in the East Falls Church neighborhood last year.
Hmm...note how the "hate group" slur was employed, but not credited to the discredited SPLC in this article. A subtle sign that those now-outed Jewish-run prevaricators are no longer deemed quote-worthy? If only the {unnamed} author of this article would come clean will we ever know!
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Re: Somebody from Chesapeake VA has been in the news

PostTue Mar 26, 2019 10:44 pm

https://www.wavy.com/news/local-news/ch ... 1576582520

Racist cards thrown at woman who was walking in Chesapeake
By: Aesia Toliver
Posted: Nov 06, 2018 05:56 PM EST

Updated: Nov 07, 2018 10:04 AM EST

CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) -- A Chesapeake woman made a disturbing discovery in front of Great Bridge High School last Thursday.

She found business cards with white supremacist propaganda messages and website links on them.

Emily Crosby says she was on a walk when she initially noticed a bunch of the cards on the sidewalk across from the street.

At first, she didn't pay much attention to their message, but then a passing car threw more of them at her.

She went home and out of curiosity looked up the websites on the cards.

"There was a sticker and it had the middle finger and it said Jews underneath it, and there was another one that had the "N" word under it, first of all who's going to put that sticker on their car, that's ugly. Then second off it's like why? It just doesn't make any sense to me," Crosby said.

Crosby believes they took the opportunity to target her because of her race.

"This is 2018, I feel like I should be able to go on a walk and not have to worry about someone throwing racist stuff at me or saying something to me like that," she stated.

She's also concerned because of how close the cards were to two local schools and a daycare.

While she initially found them the day after Halloween, she says white supremacist stickers popped up in the same area overnight.

She plans on filing a police report sometime Tuesday.

Chesapeake Police say they aren't investigating because no reports have been filed yet.

However, officials say it does get tricky with what charges, if any, could be pressed.

They say it would all depend on how threatening the messages are.
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I missed this story from last November, but let me make up for it now! It's odd behavior to throw cards at people--if indeed that is what happened.
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Re: Somebody from Cedar Park TX has been in the news

PostThu Mar 28, 2019 1:09 am

https://www.statesman.com/news/20190327 ... -synagogue

Sheriff: Neo-Nazi poster found at Cedar Park synagogue

By Claire Osborn

Posted at 12:25 PM
Updated at 6:43 PM

The Williamson County sheriff’s office received a report Tuesday about a neo-Nazi group that glued a propaganda poster to the main building of a Jewish synagogue in Cedar Park, according to a sheriff’s spokeswoman.

The synagogue was Congregation Shir Ami at 3315 El Salido Parkway. The poster was found Monday night on the synagogue’s sign, said Sid Sokol, president of the board of trustees for the congregation. He said the group’s name at the bottom of the poster was the Patriot Front. Sokol said he could not describe what the poster said because part of it had been ripped off by someone at the synagogue.

“A notice was sent out to our congregation that the incident occurred and is being handled by the proper authorities,” said Sokol. He said the synagogue, which rents space from the Live Oak Unitarian Church, had never before had a neo-Nazi poster placed at their location. He declined further comment.

The sheriff’s office has stepped up patrols for all synagogues in the county, Sheriff Robert Chody said in a tweet.
When you catch the Rabbi in the act, let us know Sheriff.
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