White activism in the news Apr-Oct 2019

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Re: White activism in the news Apr-Oct 2019

Post by Zack » Sat Jun 29, 2019 10:50 pm

One 8chan user printed out some National Alliance fliers and used wheatpaste (a solution consisting of wheat, sugar, and water) to prevent antifa and other anti-Whites from taking them down. They then uploaded a video of their efforts here (reuploaded here).

A good lesson for any pro-White activist (which should be every Alliance member/supporter) to learn from this is the usage of wheatpaste. I have only ever seen antifa and communists use it for their fliers, and for good reason - they're nearly impossible to remove when applied properly.

Regardless, it is inspiring to see Alliance supporters posting their activism on other parts of the internet.
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Re: White activism around the U.S. in the news

Post by Jim Mathias » Sat Jun 29, 2019 11:49 pm

https://www.cnn.com/2019/06/27/us/white ... leges-soh/
White supremacists increase recruiting efforts at colleges, ADL says
By Mallory Simon and Sara Sidner, CNN

Updated 5:25 PM ET, Fri June 28, 2019

In the CNN Special Report "State of Hate: The Explosion of White Supremacy," Fareed Zakaria examines the deeper reasons behind the issue. Watch at 8 p.m. ET Sunday, June 30.
(CNN)White supremacists posted more propaganda on college campuses for the third year in a row as they tried to recruit members, the Anti-Defamation League said Thursday.

Fliers and stickers with veiled white supremacist language or explicit racist messages were posted on public and private campuses across America. The groups that post them also frequently spread messages that were anti-Semitic and homophobic.
Some explicitly attacked minority groups including Jews, African Americans, Muslims, non-white immigrants and the LGBTQ community, according to the ADL, which monitors and campaigns against hate.

Other fliers continued the trend of efforts to deceptively promote American identity, the ADL said, by having no explicitly hateful message but linking to a website where racist content is posted.
The ADL documented 313 cases of white supremacist propaganda on college campuses, 7% more than it documented in the 2017-18 academic year, which was itself 77% higher than the incidents observed the previous year, according to the ADL's Center on Extremism.
More extremist propaganda was found on campus during the 2019 spring semester than in any preceding semester since 2016 when the ADL began tracking this kind of activity, it says.

The ADL tells CNN it believes that both students and non-students are responsible for the incidents. The group tracks the incidents from complaints from the community, social media postings and media reports.
"This data clearly demonstrates that white supremacists in the United States are emboldened by the current political and social climate," ADL CEO and National Director Jonathan Greenblatt said in a statement. "Our campuses and communities should be places for learning and development, not places for racists and bigots to propagate hate speech and search for potential recruits."

Where the incidents are happening
During the spring 2019 semester, 161 incidents of extremist propaganda were found on 122 campuses, according to ADL data. They were found on campuses in 33 states and the District of Columbia.

For the entire academic year:
California ranked highest with 58 incidents: That's due to its sheer size and high level of white supremacist activity in the state, Greenblatt said.
Kentucky followed with 22: Though the state is small in population, Greenblatt says the presence of Identity Evropa, now known as the American Identity Movement, in the state is probably the reason for the high activity.
Oklahoma had 19 incidents.

The widespread targeting of campuses is a continued source of concern for the ADL, and its leader said he believes that action must be taken.
"University presidents and campus leadership must remain vigilant in speaking out against the hateful messages of these groups," Greenblatt said. "Given the alarming increase of these incidents, words alone are not enough -- it must be followed by action. Educating faculty and students on the values of diversity and inclusion, along with improving training for campus officials charged with responding to bias incidents and hate crimes, are just a few of the ways campuses can fight back against this scourge of hate targeting our youth."
The messages
The ADL shared a variety of the fliers and messages with CNN. The posters show the types of messaging and tactics used by groups to recruit young members.
Fliers from the group Identity Evropa and messages that "your professor is scared" of a book about white identity were posted on a bulletin board at Western Kentucky University in October. They appeared alongside a flier for the Fun Shop at the Kentucky Museum.
A flier at the University of California, Berkeley, said "All Hate Crimes are Hoaxes." It was posted in March.
The Daily Stormer, one of the most-trafficked white supremacist websites, posted a flier at Pasadena City College declaring that "jews came for the daily stormer" and that they are "coming for YOUR free speech next." The flier references and shows the many banned domains of the Daily Stormer, which was kicked out by many web hosting services after it ran a post criticizing Heather Heyer, the counterprotester killed by a racist during the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017.
Other messages about urging people to "embrace your identity" were posted right next to information on gymnastic classes.
"Defend America" declared a flier from the American Identity Movement that was posted at California Polytechnic State University in May.

Who is responsible
Almost all of the white supremacist messages came from the "alt-right," with many of the messages coming from the American Identity Movement, the ADL said. That group was responsible for 115 of the more than 300 incidents.

The group, formerly known as Identity Evropa, has recently gone through a rebranding, in which it has sought to alter its message from European-focused identity to a broader message about supporting the white race, specifically in America. Many of its messages focus on how it says diversity is killing America and draw on the obsession and fear that drives most white supremacist groups: that as America is becoming more diverse, white people will lose power.
On websites, social media and sometimes fliers, calls to support one's white identity are often followed with messages urging attacks on anyone who is not white.
The American Identity Movement does not shy away from its posting of fliers, often photographing them for social media. Previous attempts to get support included putting banners across highways and bridges.
They are driven by racist ideology.

The group recently tweeted, "White Americans are projected to become a minority in Texas as early as 2022. Mass immigration -- both legal and illegal-is rendering Texas alien and unrecognizable. Americans never voted for this -- it was foisted upon us by a globalist ruling class."
Nearly two years after hate spilled onto the streets of Charlottesville, AIM is targeting younger people on and off campus, the ADL said. Recently, the group has posted photos showing messages about "nationalism not globalism" on a board at a coffee shop in California.
That follows a trend the ADL is seeing, with a documented "dramatic increase in white supremacist off-campus propaganda incidents." There were 672 off-campus incidents counted in the first five months of 2019, according to the ADL, compared with 868 for all of 2018. The groups Patriot Front and American Identity Movement were responsible for most of those, according to the ADL.
Jew Greenblatt wants college presidents to 'sic the cops on Whites' who exercise their free speech rights. I've got news for you, Jew, the cops are harassing White activists whenever they can find them now!
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Re: White activism in the news Apr-Oct 2019

Post by Colin » Sun Jun 30, 2019 9:11 am

The Jew Greenblatt's statements in the article prove the message of the fliers to be true and correct. Can ordinary White people not catch that?

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Re: White activism in the news Apr-Oct 2019

Post by Jim Mathias » Mon Jul 01, 2019 12:20 am

Colin wrote:The Jew Greenblatt's statements in the article prove the message of the fliers to be true and correct. Can ordinary White people not catch that?
Many Whites, even of the 'ordinary' kind, are catching on Colin. Spurring them to productive action with the Alliance is our task. Every day is a good day to conduct outreach, assist the National Office with our infrastructure building (members should have filled out and returned the survey!), support our writers at National Vanguard with material of interest (or a donation!) for new articles, books, videos, and so on.

Sadly, many do not or will not catch on. They may seem lost to us forever, and certainly some are, but the many otherwise healthy Whites need to be reached out to anyway as reality may very well adjust their thinking towards us.
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Re: White activism at Oak Forest IL in the news

Post by Jim Mathias » Mon Jul 01, 2019 12:27 am

https://patch.com/illinois/oakforest/wh ... -residents
White Supremacist Flyers Sent To Oak Forest Residents
Mayor Hank Kuspa said he hadn't heard about the white supremacist flyers, but denounced them: "In the eyes of God, we're all equal."
By Erika Hobbs, Patch Staff
Jun 27, 2019 4:46 pm ET | Updated Jun 27, 2019 6:19 pm ET

OAK FOREST, IL — Flyers promoting white supremacy were delivered to Oak Forest neighborhoods this week, prompting some residents and the mayor to say that they don't welcome the ideology in the city.

"It think it's ridiculous," said Mayor Hank Kuspa. "In the eyes of God, we're all equal and there is not one race superior over another."

The flyers, titled "No White Guilt," list eight websites that promote white supremacist and anti-Semitic points of view. They were placed in sealed plastic bags and weighted with rocks, and were placed on lawns in sections of Oak Forest.

According to Police Chief Tim Kristin, two residents who received the flyers filed complaints about them. He said the city has not identified who distributed the literature.

Kuspa said he had not heard reports about the flyers until Patch called him for comment.

"It's just another crack pot out there. It's a shame, but it happens," he said.

The {now discredited} Southern Poverty Law Center, the national nonprofit that monitors hate and extremist groups, has logged 106 incidents of reported flyer distribution in Illinois since January 2018. Most of them come from the American Identity Movement and Identity Evropa, both white supremacists organizations, the group said. The center could not identify the creators of the Oak Forest flyer, but noted similarities to Neo-Völkisch adherents, who espouse a white, European ethnocentric view and "archaic" notions of gender.

Residents reported the flyer on a Facebook community group Tuesday, and in comments on a post, condemned the action. Those reached by Patch declined to speak publicly about the incident.

"However, any group that builds itself on hate doesn't have any place here," one commenter wrote.

The plastic-wrapped flyers have been reported near 151st Street and Central Avenue, on El Morro Lane, near Forestview Drive and Oak Park Avenue, and other locations.
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Re: White activism in the news Apr-Oct 2019

Post by Will Williams » Tue Jul 02, 2019 10:41 am

Zack wrote:One 8chan user printed out some National Alliance fliers and used wheatpaste (a solution consisting of wheat, sugar, and water) to prevent antifa and other anti-Whites from taking them down. They then uploaded a video of their efforts here (reuploaded here).

A good lesson for any pro-White activist (which should be every Alliance member/supporter) to learn from this is the usage of wheatpaste. I have only ever seen antifa and communists use it for their fliers, and for good reason - they're nearly impossible to remove when applied properly.

Regardless, it is inspiring to see Alliance supporters posting their activism on other parts of the internet.
Zack wrote:One 8chan user printed out some National Alliance fliers and used wheatpaste (a solution consisting of wheat, sugar, and water) to prevent antifa and other anti-Whites from taking them down. They then uploaded a video of their efforts here (reuploaded here).

A good lesson for any pro-White activist (which should be every Alliance member/supporter) to learn from this is the usage of wheatpaste. I have only ever seen antifa and communists use it for their fliers, and for good reason - they're nearly impossible to remove when applied properly.

Regardless, it is inspiring to see Alliance supporters posting their activism on other parts of the internet.
Excellent report about excellent activism. Thanks, Zack!

The video is a nice touch, showing the consistency of the wheat paste recipe, examples of where these fliers were posted, and how anti's tried to remove them and failed. :lol: I couldn't really understand the words to the White Power music on the video, but that's OK. Being an old-timer I prefer Dresden's soft rock to the head-banging stuff. Some of the lyrics (like in White Amerika) are quite radical: https://nationalvanguard.org/2016/08/ne ... the-blood/

I dream of White Amerika, aglow with strength and beauty,
Where children ramble unafraid and free.
Our women bring forth noble sons to build a world of glory.
And daughters weave their magic spells.
One day....
I want to live in a White Amerika
I'll find my fate in a White Imperium.
Smash the system – Off with their heads.


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Re: White activism in the news Apr-Oct 2019

Post by Colin » Tue Jul 02, 2019 11:14 am

The one caveat about wheat paste is to check your local regulations. In some areas they will charge you with destruction of property, not just vandalism. I agree it is good stuff. I saw it's use when I was stationed in Germany.

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Re: White activism at Davenport, IA in the news

Post by Jim Mathias » Tue Jul 02, 2019 9:45 pm

https://qctimes.com/opinion/letters/let ... 78beb.html
Letter: Duffy not for all of Davenport
18 hrs ago {2 July 2019}

Steve Duffy is not for all of Davenport.

National Alliance fliers were placed all over the city, our Civil Rights Commission is under attack and our school district was cited for racial and special education violations. Yet, Duffy is praising Robert E. Lee, a man who fought and argued against racial equality, saying he "respects what he did for the South as a man."

What's to respect? Ripping apart slave families? Not freeing slaves who were promised freedom upon the death of his father-in-law? Ordering corporal punishment? His reputation for cruelty?


A 2014 study showed blacks in Davenport were more likely to be pulled over and arrested than whites. How does Duffy plan to run the city with the fourth largest black population in Iowa when he has marginalized 11 percent of its citizens?

Duffy asks why Dreamers hadn't filed for citizenship 15-20 years ago. You cannot run a city rich in immigration devoid of empathy. These were children without a choice to come here and DACA wasn't a thing until 2012. There are approximately 3,000 Dreamers in Iowa. Americans who add to the success of our city. They are our neighbors. Does Duffy plan to leave them out, too?

We're doing a dismal job of demonstrating the values of compassion, inclusion, respect and dignity that the mayor and city council reaffirmed in 2017. Mr. Duffy says he bases his campaign on teamwork and good sportsmanship. He has lost the trust of the citizens of Davenport. He should drop out of the race.

Lidija Geest

Davenport
Well, how nice to hear about good news happening "all over the city," but why aren't the newspapers and TV media celebrating it? Let's not suppress these stories, but embrace them to uplift the Whites in our community. 8-)
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Re: White activism at Germany in the news

Post by Jim Mathias » Mon Jul 08, 2019 11:30 pm

This heavily slanted (anti-White) piece shows what Whites have to do when those who struggle for our race are criminalized for free speech activities. We in the US have it really good when it comes to expression, let's not waste it.

https://www.dw.com/en/combat-18-the-neo ... a-49493000
Combat 18: The neo-Nazi network facing a ban in Germany
Germany may soon ban the neo-Nazi group Combat 18 as a terrorist organization. Given Germany's history, and a recent killing allegedly tied to neo-Nazi circles, the main mystery may be why it hasn't been banned yet.

Last Thursday, Germany's branch of Combat 18 let its mask slip: the neo-Nazi group took the very rare step of releasing a video. Despite a balaclava, black gloves, zipped-up anorak, and an artificially distorted voice, it didn't take long for antifascist research organization Exif to identify the man they believed was standing in some greenery in the video: Robin Schmiemann.

The disguised man believed to be Schmiemann, a leading figure of the group, read out a declaration saying that Combat 18 felt obliged to go public "due to recent incidents and the media's cannibalizing of our name for the sole purpose of increasing circulation."

"Germany has arrived at the point where every citizen is forced to protect himself and his family alone," he says. "The citizens' trust in politicians, judiciary, and the media has been completely destroyed."

Schmiemann spent eight years in jail for shooting a Tunisian-born man during an armed robbery in Dortmund, and while behind bars exchanged letters with Beate Zschäpe, a convicted member of the neo-Nazi terrorist cell the National Socialist Underground (NSU).

Stephan E. is suspected of murdering pro-migrant politician Walter Lübcke in his garden

For some researchers, the fact that the video appeared at all shows that Combat 18 has been rattled by the attention created by the killing of politician Walter Lübcke. Since it emerged that the main suspect, Stephan E., had ties to the group, Germany's Interior Ministry has been under new pressure to outlaw what is considered a terrorist organization. In June, for example, Canada revised its list of terrorist organizations to include Combat 18.

Out of sight, but not quite

"The video is new. This group doesn't really communicate in this form," said Hendrik Puls, researcher of the far-right scene and an academic advisor to the NSU investigative committee established by the state parliament of North Rhine-Westphalia. "That shows they feel they're under pressure at the moment because of the new information about the Lübcke case."

For Puls, there is more evidence that Combat 18 is worried about state attention in the fact that one avowed neo-Nazi, Karsten H., came to police of his own accord to identify himself in a photo of a Combat 18 meeting taken in March in the town of Mücka, Saxony. German public broadcaster ARD had previously identified one individual in the photo as Stephan E. The fact that Karsten H. came forward to clear up the misidentification suggests that Combat 18 are keen to disassociate itself from Stephan E.

But there is plenty of other evidence indicating that Stephan E. had contact with the group. A photo taken in 2002, also uncovered by Exif, shows the suspect with Stanley Röske, a man known to Germany's domestic security agency as a leading member of Combat 18. Exif has also published what it says are the statements of a bank account run by Röske, which show the monthly C18 membership fees.

An international network

Despite its long history, it is hard to establish facts about Combat 18. It doesn't appear to be a large group. Exif has identified around 50 members, though the power structures among them largely remain a mystery. "They are certainly armed, and they boast about it," said Axel Salheiser, of the center for far-right research at the University of Jena. "It's a conspiratorial circle, but it's more of a network than a single organization."

The genesis of the group is well-known to observers of Europe's far-right scene. Founded in the UK in the early 1990s ("18" is code for AH, or Adolf Hitler), Combat 18 took over control of another neo-Nazi network, Blood & Honour, in the mid-1990s. The latter group was then already an international network, with branches in Germany, the US, and elsewhere.

Combat 18 spread with the help of this pre-existing network, and according to Exif, there are now at least 21 Combat 18 branches around the world, including in Brazil, Chile, Russia, the US, as well as throughout Europe, all identified by a common "coat of arms": a white dragon on the countries' respective national colors.

There is much to suggest that the group is careful about its membership. "It's certainly an elite circle; you can't easily become a member," Puls told DW, adding that what distinguishes Combat 18 from other neo-Nazi organizations is that it has always been associated with propagating armed struggle.

A list of internal "directives," also unearthed by Exif, suggests that potential members must undergo a six-month trial period to enter the group. Once approved by their neo-Nazi peers, they must pay a monthly membership fee of €15 ($17) "as emergency money (e.g. for the arrest of a brother)," wear specific clothes at meetings (a C18 t-shirt or jacket, black trousers, black shoes), and swear "absolute silence" on the group's internal affairs.

But all these details must be treated with caution. For his part, Salheiser wonders whether some of the information uncovered by Exif and other research organizations might not be propaganda "to confuse opponents and investigative authorities." "It's very difficult to tell," he said. "We have very little knowledge."

'Leaderless resistance'

But the general activities of the group are relatively clear. As Puls explains, Combat 18 pursues two main activities: on the one hand, it administers what could be described as the neo-Nazi "music business," (mainly organizing rock concerts which double as mass gatherings) while on the other it propagates "leaderless resistance."

The concept of leaderless resistance is desribed in a number of neo-Nazi documents, many freely available online. "The strategy of leaderless resistance is that you don't create a hierarchical terror organization, where there is a command structure that passes down orders to people that carry out attacks," said Puls. "Instead, the concept is that you found very small cells that are detached from one another, and they activate without coordinating with each other, and without waiting for orders."

These cells are also not supposed to claim responsibility for these attacks. "They don't say: 'we did it,' they just kill migrants. That is Combat 18 ideology, and they set it down in writing, in the form of instructions for guerilla warfare, and distribute it," said Salheiser.

A 'honeypot' to attract the like-minded?

Given all these insights, it's a puzzle why Combat 18 remained legal in Germany, while Blood & Honour was outlawed in 2000. Combat 18 was considered by many the more militant arm of B&H, with countless videos of members brandishing guns in circulation. "It's basically an absurd story, the question of the ban [not being applied to Combat 18 as well]," said Puls. "It's absurd because since its foundation, Combat 18 has described itself as the armed wing of Blood & Honour."

Exif suspects that Combat 18 has been kept legal to act as a "honeypot" to attract other neo-Nazis, and that the entire organization, perhaps including its leadership level, is riddled with state-paid informants.

But Salheiser is skeptical about this idea, and believes that the informant network kept by Germany's domestic intelligence agency, the BfV, is simply not very effective. "They could neither prevent crimes being committed by people in these circles, or get us exact knowledge of who we are dealing with or, for example, how big the membership is," he said. Either way, the German government is now apparently preparing to outlaw the group, something many say it should have done decades ago.

Date 05.07.2019
Author Ben Knight
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Re: White activism at Burlington CAN in the news

Post by Jim Mathias » Mon Jul 08, 2019 11:35 pm

https://globalnews.ca/news/5428553/susp ... urlington/
June 25, 2019 11:09 am Updated: June 25, 2019 11:37 am
Police arrest suspect after series of ‘hate-motivated images’ reported in Burlington
By Don Mitchell
Digital Content Coordinator Global News

Halton police say they have arrested a suspect who allegedly engaged in “displaying hate-motivated images” around the city of Burlington in May.

Police have not yet released the name of the man apprehended but said he is believed to be the suspect depicted in a series of security camera photos released in June. That person was described as between 18 to 25 years of age and of average build. He was seen in the photos wearing an Under Armour jacket and a grey T-shirt and carrying a grey, orange and black Adidas backpack.

“Police have received numerous tips that have led to the positive identification of a Burlington resident as Person of Interest No. 1,” Halton police said in a release on Tuesday. “He has since been arrested and released at this time. Formal charges are pending further investigation, which is active and ongoing.”

We are hoping someone out there can help us identify this person of interest in our investigation into a series of hate crimes over the past few weeks in the City of Burlington.

Const. Steve Elms told Global News that Halton police are still looking to identify one other suspect pictured in another security camera image, which showed two suspects with covered faces wearing ballcaps, backpacks and jeans.

“Still investigating and looking for Person of Interest No. 2, ” Elms said. “We are looking for the taller of the two (the one on the right).”

Police say the men in question are believed to have posted hate-motivated notes, posters, messages and propaganda in six different locations in Burlington beginning around late May.

According to police, the first known hate-crime incident happened on May 21 near Dundas Street and Guelph Line, where a racist note was reportedly left on a private vehicle, while the second happened two days later, when an anti-Semitic poster was put on a traffic post, police say.

The other incidents include hate propaganda allegedly placed on cars in a church parking lot near Mainway and Walkers Line as well as an anti-Semitic message that was reportedly written on a vehicle and anti-Semitic imagery posted on doors of the Burlington Art Gallery and Burlington City Hall, police say.

“Hate crime has no place in any community, and I am confident that the persons responsible behind these ignorant, cowardly and hateful acts will be quickly identified with the public’s assistance,” said Deputy Chief Nishan Duraiappah.

“No one has the right to make another person feel fearful because of the colour of their skin, race, religion, ethnic origin or any other factor. The Halton Regional Police Service is committed to fully investigating these crimes and ensuring those responsible are brought to justice.”

Halton police are asking the public to come forward with any information that would help in their investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact investigators at 905-825-4777 ext. 2315, ext. 2316 or ext. 2310.

—With files from Gabby Rodrigues
This is what the real criminalization of free speech looks like. If you live in the US, your rights to pass out flyers, put up posters, or even make videos is next on the Jews' agenda for elimination.
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