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Re: White activism near Cleveland in the news

PostMon Jul 29, 2019 12:00 am

https://fox8.com/2019/07/24/authorities ... east-ohio/

Authorities investigating after anti-Semitic flier targeting Jewish places of worship surfaces in Northeast Ohio
Posted 10:20 pm, July 24, 2019, by Kevin Freeman

BEACHWOOD, Ohio -- An anti-Semitic flier targeting Jewish places of worship around the country has surfaced in Northeast Ohio. The hate literature was discovered in front of the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood.

"Our work is day to day to stop the hate and increase conversations around diversity and inclusion," said Dahlia Fisher, director of external relations for the museum.

The Maltz Museum will continue fulfilling its mission, despite a disturbing flyer found taped to the building's electronic entrance sign last Thursday afternoon.

Printed at the top in bold letters, the flier reads "Holocaust equals Fake News" and dismisses the existence of the World War Two genocide of Jews in Europe.

"This is an important issue when we talk about fake news or rewriting history as if one of the most violent periods of our history never existed," said Fisher.

Fisher says the word "offensive," does not even begin to describe the hateful message the perpetrator is trying to send.

"It's not just erasing the six million Jews and eleven million total people who died during that Holocaust, but it's also erasing the memory from our history," she said.

"This congregation will not be bullied into fear," said Rabbi David Meyer of Temple Emanu-El in Marblehead, Massachusetts.

[color=#FF0000]Four days earlier, surveillance video captured a man posting the exact same flyer near the front and back doors of a synagogue near Boston.[/color]

Beachwood police say they alerted federal authorities after learning similar incidents have been reported in several other states.

"It's no secret that hate is on the rise everywhere in our country," said Fisher.

Maltz Museum officials say exhibits like the Stop the Hate tour and Lessons of the Holocaust, are designed to educate thousands of annual visitors about the atrocity, immigration and social justice.

"This isn't just about antisemitism or anti-Semitic hate acts...when there's an expression of hate against one group of people, it's really an expression of hate against all of us and we have to stand together," Fisher said.
Daily Stormer followers sticking it where Jews conspire. It doesn't make much sense to aim any messages at Jews, but these guys have the idea and they ought to know that getting caught means prison time as the Jews have fixed state and federal laws quite well in regards to this.
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Re: White activism at Somerset Co. NJ in the news

PostMon Jul 29, 2019 12:09 am

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Swastikas in park, anti-semitic flier found in NJ communities
Erin Vogt
July 22, 2019

A Monmouth County park was defaced with several swastikas over the weekend, days after an anti-Semitic flier was found at a municipal building in a Somerset County community.

Long Branch police responded on Saturday evening around 7:30 p.m. to a report of vandalism at West End Park. Detectives found six swastikas drawn in what seemed to be permanent marker, three on a vinyl fence and three on park equipment, Police Capt. Frank Rizzuto said Monday.

The scene was processed and the Long Branch Department of Public Works removed all traces of the vandalism.

The park is located across from Chabad of the Shore. Police Chief Jason Roebuck previously said he had "reached out to our friends at the Chabad, who worship nearby to the affected area, to assure them that we are taking all the appropriate and necessary steps in this investigation."

"This antisemitism and racial prejudice have no place in our society or in the City of Long Branch. We will not stand for this," Long Branch Mayor John Pallone said in a written statement.

The anti-Semitic graffiti was found days after a handout was found taped to the front door of the Hillsborough municipal building last Monday, according to Deputy Mayor Doug Tomson.

In a post on his Facebook page, Tomson called the flier “disgusting."

"I think we are stronger when we show we all reject hate speech regardless of what group it is aimed at. That’s how I choose to live and I hope you all do the same," Tomson said.

The flyer’s content referenced the denial that the Holocaust actually took place, according to Hillsborough police, who also notified the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office and State Police under regular protocols.

“We take matters such as this seriously,” Mayor Frank DelCore said, “Furthermore, I as Hillsborough Township Mayor, along with my fellow Township Committee Members, condemn this type of activity. This hateful rhetoric has no place in our community."

Anti-Semitic fliers and stickers, all mentioning the same white supremacist group, were found last summer in several Somerset County communities, including Somerville, Bridgewater, Bedminster, Basking Ridge and Bernardsville as reported by MyCentralJersey.com.

Alexander Rosemberg, Director of Community Affairs for the Anti-Defamation League of New York and New Jersey
said while such incidents are separate, they are combined in the public eye to create an environment of fear among concerned community members, regardless of religious affiliation.

Communities should respond by calling authorities to handle evidence representing such disparaging comments regardless of political spectrum, which helps send the message that "hate of any kind will not be tolerated," Rosemberg said.

The Monmouth County Prosecutors Office's was notified of the Long Branch vandalism, police said, while patrol checks in the area were increased.

Police also said "there is nothing to indicate that this is anything more than a random act of vandalism, but we encourage the public to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity immediately."

Identity Evropa is a school campus-based organization known for "intellectualizing white supremacist ideology," according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

The Center said back in March, the group's founder also launched a new organization called the American Identity Movement (AIM).
Quoting the criminal ADL? That makes this report weak.

Note well, activists, that once you post flyers in an area, that area is likely to be watched by the cops a little more closely.
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Re: White activism at Davenport IA in the news

PostTue Jul 30, 2019 12:10 am

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Controversial flyers found amid Bix Run

by: Yukare Nakayama
Posted: Jul 28, 2019 / 10:01 AM CDT / Updated: Jul 28, 2019 / 10:01 AM CDT

Controversial Flyers Posted in Davenport

DAVENPORT, Iowa- Controversial flyers re-emerge in the Quad Cities, this time in downtown Davenport. The flyers were promoting a “white supremacist” agenda, possibly taking advantage of the Bix crowds.

The flyer was found tucked into a car windshield, Friday afternoon.
These aren’t the first we’ve seen of these flyers. Local 4 news spoke with the owner of a store where the flyers were found.

“Its not necessary we don’t need to be this way with each other. ” Store owner of Sis International Shop, a fair trade store in downtown Davenport, says she was upset when she heard flyers promoting white supremacy were found near her store. She did not want to appear on camera but tells Local 4 News the weekend festivities bringing in thousands of people could’ve been why the flyers were distributed.

“I think they were taking advantage of so many people down town for the Bix.” She’s referring to the National Alliance, a white supremacy group that’s been scattering these kinds of flyers since 2017.

“With all the activity that would be going on downtown davenport last night and this morning and this morning that this would be a great opportunity for them to get their word out,” says Rabbi Henry Karp. He is one of the founders of One Human Family, an organization that combats {promotes, actually. they hate any Whites who Love Our Race} hate and promotes inclusivity. The rabbi says the group monitors the flyers constantly, adding it’s been a quiet couple of months.

“We need to see what message they’re communicating so that we can best respond to it and promote an alternative message,” says Karp. The rabbi says they’ve been combating what he calls hateful flyers with messages of acceptance with signs displaying welcoming messages. Signs that are also sold at Sis International Shop. “I believe that i’m the only retail outlet that has the welcome signs available,” shares the store owner.

Davenport Police tell Local 4 News they’ve been made aware of the flyers and are patroling the area.

Rabbi Henry Karp is that people to contact One Human Family if anymore flyers are found.
Keep combating Whites who are peaceably organizing and exercising free speech, rabbi. Keep telling the world Jews like you work for White genocide. Keep proving the "They Hate Us" flyer is correct!!
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Re: White activism near Wheeling WV in the news

PostThu Aug 01, 2019 12:38 am

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Police Report Racist Literature Distributed in Marshall County

Jul 30, 2019
Alan Olson
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MOUNDSVILLE — City police are responding to calls of advertisements for the Ku Klux Klan that are littering Moundsville, while other fliers are being left elsewhere in the county.

Police Chief Tom Mitchell said the first call came in around midnight Saturday night, when a resident on 10th Street reported that he had found a bag with the advertisement in his yard, weighted down by bird seed. Eventually, others were found throughout the city, with a heavier focus around the site of the former West Virginia State Penitentiary.

Mitchell said that in addition to Moundsville, similar literature had been distributed in McMechen and Hundred, as well as along the nearby state roads heading south.

“Of course, they’re hate speech people, but it’s not threatening — just letting you know the Klan’s out there,” Mitchell said Monday. “There’s several different ones. … The note has the KKK website, a 24-hour hotline, an advertisement for their … radio show, and then something above it saying something like ‘Make America White Again,’ or something bad about the Jews, but not like a call for anyone to go out and do bad things.”

Mitchell said he suspects the material was distributed by out-of-towners passing through, as the ads include addresses in North Carolina.

The police have been involved because of the distribution of plastic and paper made it a littering matter, not a free speech issue.

“It’s littering, is what it is,” he said. “They’ve got their First Amendment rights and all that.”
If flyer distributions are "littering," you cops had better be investigating and citing paperboys, because they're doing the exact same thing.
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Re: White activism near Wheeling WV in the news

PostThu Aug 01, 2019 11:31 am

Jim Mathias wrote:http://www.theintelligencer.net/news/top-headlines/2019/07/police-report-racist-literature-distributed-in-marshall-county/

Police Report Racist Literature Distributed in Marshall County

Jul 30, 2019
Alan Olson
Marshall County Reporter
aolson@theintelligencer.net

MOUNDSVILLE — City police are responding to calls of advertisements for the Ku Klux Klan that are littering Moundsville, while other fliers are being left elsewhere in the county.

Police Chief Tom Mitchell said the first call came in around midnight Saturday night, when a resident on 10th Street reported that he had found a bag with the advertisement in his yard, weighted down by bird seed. Eventually, others were found throughout the city, with a heavier focus around the site of the former West Virginia State Penitentiary.

Mitchell said that in addition to Moundsville, similar literature had been distributed in McMechen and Hundred, as well as along the nearby state roads heading south.

“Of course, they’re hate speech people, but it’s not threatening — just letting you know the Klan’s out there,” Mitchell said Monday. “There’s several different ones. … The note has the KKK website, a 24-hour hotline, an advertisement for their … radio show, and then something above it saying something like ‘Make America White Again,’ or something bad about the Jews, but not like a call for anyone to go out and do bad things.”

Mitchell said he suspects the material was distributed by out-of-towners passing through, as the ads include addresses in North Carolina.

The police have been involved because of the distribution of plastic and paper made it a littering matter, not a free speech issue.

“It’s littering, is what it is,” he said. “They’ve got their First Amendment rights and all that.”
If flyer distributions are "littering," you cops had better be investigating and citing paperboys, because they're doing the exact same thing.


That is what I was talking about before. The way to beat them at that is to make sure they are applying that ordinance to everyone equally. Here when the Christians couldn't do their fliers inviting people to church, the ordinance went out the window.
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Re: White activism at Pittsburgh in the news

PostThu Aug 01, 2019 11:47 pm

https://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2019/07 ... de-office/

State Rep. Innamorato Says Stickers From White Supremacist Group Left Outside Office
By Kym Gable
July 26, 2019 at 3:50 pm

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – State Rep. Sara Innamorato, D-Lawrenceville, took to Twitter on Thursday to express her thoughts after she says a white supremacist group left behind stickers outside her office building on Butler Street.

Tweets on her account showed two images with stickers that read “BETTER DEAD THAN RED” and links to the website for the group Patriot Front.
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“The Patriot Front is a white supremacist, neo-Nazi group who uses taglines like ‘Keep America American’, ‘Deport Them All’, ‘Not Stolen:Conquered’ […] They espouse hate, racism, antisemitism, & anti-Muslim & anti-immigrant views,” the representative’s tweet read in part.

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, Patriot Front is a “white nationalist hate group that broke off from Vanguard America in the aftermath of the deadly ‘Unite the Right’ rally” in Charlottesville, Va., in August 2017.

Innamorato’s staffers told KDKA that they turned the photos over to community group Lawrenceville United, which then made a report with the FBI.

“We say hate has no home here, but it is here, and it’s up to us to do something about it,” another tweet from Innamorato’s account read. “It’s up to us to fight for a fair and just society and economy where we all thrive. It’s on us to call out bigotry and intolerance. It’s on us to build a future that includes us all.”

An FBI spokesperson said the agency could not confirm or deny that an investigation exists in relation to this case, but encouraged anyone to report these types of incidents, according to our news partner the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Propaganda like this forced community groups to address similar issues back in January after the postings of KKK symbols, swastikas and other materials.

Lawrenceville United held a public forum where the FBI addressed the investigation of at least a dozen hate crimes in Lawrenceville and other communities.
Looks like the FBI has nothing better to do around Pittsburgh than to deal with stickers near some state representative's office. They must have solved all federal crimes in their area. :roll:
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Re: White activism at Ft. Thomas KY in the news

PostThu Aug 01, 2019 11:59 pm

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'Nobody should put up with neo-Nazi crap': Ft. Thomas dealing with white supremacist stickers
Terry DeMio and Chris Mayhew, Cincinnati Enquirer Published 11:51 a.m. ET July 30, 2019 | Updated 3:30 p.m. ET July 30, 2019

Bret Olson was on a walk with neighbors to get a Slurpee on Saturday when he saw the first sign of hate: a Patriot Front sticker on a lamp post on North Fort Thomas Avenue.

The Fort Thomas resident knew the Patriot Front was a white-supremacist group that sprung up after the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville on Aug. 11 and 12, 2017. An anti-racist protest of that rally ended with a woman killed and dozens injured as a man drove a car into the protesters.

"I was not expecting to see that," Olson said. "I tore it down."
Bret Olson of Fort Thomas shows a Patriot Front sticker on a city street pole. The group is a white supremacist group that sprung up after the Charlottesville, Virginia, Unite the Right rally in August 2017. Olson said he removed or defaced as many stickers as he could.

He saw a second one and destroyed it, too.

Then, on Monday, Olson walked through town specifically to look for the stickers. He found more, for a total of 12 Patriot Front stickers along North Fort Thomas Avenue, the center of town. One was just across the street from the city building.

"I disfigured them with my key," he said.

He also filed a complaint with the Fort Thomas Police Department.
"Obviously, we're going to keep an eye on it, and the hope is it's an isolated incident," Fort Thomas Police Sgt. William Hunt said Tuesday.

Public works employees have been notified to take down any stickers they see and take note of them, Hunt said. Most have been on lamp posts.

This is not something anyone is happy about seeing in the city, Hunt said.
This sticker, of the Patriot Front hate group, was posted across from the Fort Thomas City building. A resident, Bret Olson scratched off its message with his key.

The Southern Poverty Law Center, a non-profit legal group that monitors hate groups and extremists, identifies the Patriot Front as a white nationalist group that formed in Texas, breaking off of Vanguard America in the aftermath of the Unite the Right Charlottesville rally in 2017.

It's not clear what prompted the local vandalism, but the stickers' appearance in Fort Thomas coincides with the state sentencing on hate crimes of Alex Fields, 22, who killed Heather Heyer and injured dozens of others in the Charlottesville attack.

On July 15, nearly two years after Fields drove into the anti-racist protesters, Charlottesville Circuit Court Judge Richard Moore sentenced Fields to life in prison plus 419 years in Virginia. That state sentence came about a month after he was sentenced to life on federal hate crimes.

Fields, a Boone County native who moved to Maumee, Ohio, is an avowed white supremacist.
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Re: White activism at Burlington VT in the news

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Cops: White Supremacists Target Burlington Activists With Stickers
Posted By Courtney Lamdin on Wed, Jul 31, 2019 at 4:59 PM

Burlington police say a white supremacist group known as the Patriot Front has once again targeted local activists by slapping stickers on their signage.

The stickers — which depict a sickle, the slogan “Better Dead Than Red” and Patriot Front’s web address — were affixed to the King Street side of the Turning Point Center building on South Winooski Avenue. The wall displays wayfinding signs for Black Lives Matter of Greater Burlington, Migrant Justice, the Vermont Workers' Center and 350Vermont, all of which have space in the building at 179 South Winooski.

After receiving a complaint, officers removed the stickers around 8 a.m. Wednesday, Det. Tom Chenette said.

“We tend to get a lot of calls about them,” Chenette said of such stickers. “They are absolutely bias-motivated and absolutely targeting these institutions.”

The Vermont Workers' Center and Migrant Justice declined to comment. Black Lives Matter of Greater Burlington and 350Vermont could not immediately be reached.

Patriot Front formed in the aftermath of the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va. The Southern Poverty Law Center lists it as a growing hate group whose “militant street action” is becoming more violent. The "image-obsessed organization ... focuses on theatrical rhetoric and activism that can be easily distributed as propaganda for its chapters across the country," according to the SPLC.

The group and its tactics are not new to the Queen City. They made headlines in February 2018 when a small, masked contingent chanting "blood and soil" marched on City Hall Park with a banner reading, “Reclaim America,” the Burlington Free Press reported.

The group had originally intended to rally at the Staples Plaza in South Burlington, but changed course when its plans leaked and a large crowd of anti-racism demonstrators showed there instead.

Since then, Burlington police have seen an uptick in calls about Patriot Front propaganda, Chenette said, including posters plastered on the University of Vermont and Champlain College campuses last year. In February of this year, police issued a press release about "bias-motivated vandalism" after the group put its stickers on the Ohavi Zedek Synagogue, the Pride Center of Vermont and a third location that asked not to be named.

Recently, the stickers were placed at the Richmond park-and-ride lot and on newspaper boxes, including one belonging to Seven Days outside of the Greater Burlington YMCA. Police removed other stickers elsewhere in the city last week and receive calls about them on a biweekly basis, Chenette said.

Police aren’t sure if the group has a Vermont chapter but suspect that there’s at least one active member "that doesn't seem to be leaving," according to Chenette.

The stickering activity is not considered criminal unless the adhesive damages the underlying surface, Chenette said.

“They have a pretty good understanding of where the line is and not to cross it criminally,” he said, noting the First Amendment technically protects the group's preferred form of "speech."

Mayor Miro Weinberger, however, made it clear in a February statement that the group should stay away because its views "are antithetical to Burlington’s commitment to be a welcoming, inclusive community." Chenette suspects the group has hit the Queen City for exactly that reason.

“It’s sad, but I think they target Burlington because we are so inclusive,” he said. “They think they’re going to get the most press if they go after us because it will stir us up more than other places.”

Police encourage the public to report the group’s activity to aid in identifying those responsible. Members often wear masks and purposely avoid security cameras, Chenette said.

“We’re going to be looking to sit down and have a conversation with them,” Chenette said.

Correction, July 31, 2019: A previous version of this story misstated the phrase written on the stickers.
"A conversation with them," eh? Would it be about the weather? How about the latest Bosox woes? None of those? Perhaps a little intimidation or perhaps a few days in a jail cell with no cameras to 'soften' them up a bit? The detective does come off as someone who might use his position to bully others.

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Re: White activism near Wheeling WV in the news

PostFri Aug 02, 2019 11:27 pm

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Jim Mathias wrote:http://www.theintelligencer.net/news/top-headlines/2019/07/police-report-racist-literature-distributed-in-marshall-county/

Police Report Racist Literature Distributed in Marshall County

The police have been involved because of the distribution of plastic and paper made it a littering matter, not a free speech issue.

“It’s littering, is what it is,” he said. “They’ve got their First Amendment rights and all that.”
If flyer distributions are "littering," you cops had better be investigating and citing paperboys, because they're doing the exact same thing.


That is what I was talking about before. The way to beat them at that is to make sure they are applying that ordinance to everyone equally. Here when the Christians couldn't do their fliers inviting people to church, the ordinance went out the window.
The way they're telling us how they're going to beat us is that they invent a crime (somehow) by selectively interpreting circumstances and arrest. If the prosecuting attorney thinks a judge will buy it, he'll file the paperwork with the court. A decent defense attorney can see right through these cops in this story (how nice of them to broadcast their modus operandi) and simply claim selective prosecution as well as an obvious free speech infringement based on the paperboy analogy mentioned earlier. Either way, the activist gets his name broadcast over the planet via internet which might be all the cops wanted to accomplish. If they get sued, so what? The state pays and they keep their jobs!
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Re: White activism at Columbus GA in the news

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Police investigating possible hate crime at Columbus synagogue



by: Chuck Williams, Shaquira Speaks
Posted: Jul 31, 2019 / 11:20 AM EDT / Updated: Jul 31, 2019 / 11:14 PM EDT
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Police are investigating a possible hate crime against a synagogue in midtown Columbus.

At least eight signs were found Tuesday morning plastered on Temple Israel’s property on Wildwood Avenue, Columbus Police Maj. J.D. Hawk told News 3 Wednesday morning.

The signs claim to promote a group called “PatrioFront.U.S.”

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center which monitors hate groups, “Patriot Front is an image-obsessed organization that rehabilitated the explicitly fascist agenda of Vanguard America with garish patriotism.”

Patriot Front is a white nationalist hate group that formed in the aftermath of the deadly August 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va., according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Temple Israel President Tiffany Broda said the signs were shocking and disturbing.

“To me the sinister aspect is this particular group disguises themselves as Patriots,” she said. “Yet they are a hate group, a nationally recognized hate group. And though we don’t want to give them publicity, we think that it’s important to bring this out of the shadows.”

The signs found at Temple Israel have a red, white and blue patriotic feel. They have slogans such as “Reclaim America,” “Better Dead than Red,” and “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Victory.”

“There is no direct anti-Semitic message on the signs, but they could be interpreted as anti-Semitic because of where they were placed,” Hawk said.

Temple Israel said one sign has a historical anti -Semitic meaning.

“There was a message equating, implying that Jews are Communist,” she said. “Which is a very old anti-Semitic trope, dating back many decades in this country and that has made us quite angry.”

No individual has taken credit for the signs found at the synagogue, Hawk said. The signs easily came off the buildings and signs, leaving no visible damage, Hawk said.

Temple Israel Rabbi Beth Schwartz confirmed the posters and said Columbus police were beefing up patrols around the synagogue.

Another local synagogue, Shearith Israel Synagogue off River Road in north Columbus, did not have any signs this time, but police confirm that it was a target several months ago. The identical signs were plaster at Shearith Israel. The incident was reported to police, but not made public.

Police have increased patrols around both synagogues.

If she could speak to the men responsible for this, the rabbi would have a specific message.

“I would express my sadness that they don’t have a broader view about what it takes to be an American,” she said. “That they don’t have a better understanding of American history. That I would be happy to show them a way to learn more, and a way to see a much more fuller, brighter more vibrant picture of Columbus and America.”
Don't leave it to Jews to "interpret" anything! They'll twist it beyond recognition.

Speaking to Jews in this manner really isn't worth the trouble at this time, I have no idea why these guys would choose to send messages to them. As Dr. Pierce would say, when the time is right we'll speak to them in a language they cannot fail to understand. Until then, we ought to concentrate on our own people exclusively.
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