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Re: White activism for September 2020

Posted: Fri Sep 18, 2020 12:59 am
by Jim Mathias
White Man 1 wrote:
Thu Sep 17, 2020 9:25 am
Part of the Quad Cities Q2030 plan is to promote minority-owned businesses so that NOBODY has to give Whites a fair shake in their town!
It appears that some "White Nationalists" are upsetting the Chamber of Money Grubbers plans then. I'd like to get to know them and learn how they do it. Maybe they'd be Alliance material.

Re: White activism at St. Louis

Posted: Sat Sep 19, 2020 12:29 am
by Jim Mathias ... 3aeaa.html
White supremacist markers painted outside Webster Groves churches
Erin Heffernan Sep 6, 2020

WEBSTER GROVES — A symbol commonly used by white supremacist groups was spray-painted outside of two Webster Groves churches on Friday.
Whites no, non-Whites yes according to them
Whites no, non-Whites yes according to them
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The Rev. Wendy Bruner, pastor of Peace United Church of Christ, said she got a call from a colleague who noticed the symbol had been painted seven times on the public sidewalk not far from the congregation’s flags and signs in support of Black Lives Matter and LGBT rights.

Peace UCC’s nearby sister church, First Congregational Church of Webster Groves, also had the symbol painted on its sidewalk, Bruner said.

The markings painted in red were numbers often used by white supremacist groups to support skewed claims about minority violence.

The vandalism appeared hours before the church was set to hold its weekly vigil in support of racial justice and the Black Lives Matter movement.

Members of the congregation have been gathering each Friday since June outside the church property at 204 East Lockwood Avenue holding signs and photos of people killed by police officers.

“I’ve been noticing that things feel more charged right now in Webster,” Bruner said Saturday. “Most people seem to support us, but there’s been a lot more yelling. Yesterday one man drove by blaring a bullhorn at us.”

Bruner said she sees the vigils as part of her church’s mission.

“I firmly believe this is what Jesus would do,” Bruner said. “He spoke up against the Roman Empire that oppressed people. We’re speaking up for oppressed people today.”

Bruner said she called city officials and the graffiti on the public sidewalk was removed by the end of the day Friday. Bruner posted an image of the graffiti on social media because she thought it was important to expose what had been done.

“We’re a white church in a suburban neighborhood and there is so much worse going on in the world than getting tagged,” Bruner said. “But this is a sign of divisiveness in our community. It shows there is this kind of hate in Webster Groves that we need to face.”

Bruner said people have stolen the church’s Black Lives Matter signs in the past, but this is the first time the area around the property had been painted.

There has also been similar vandalism at other churches in the area.

Two signs in support of LGBT rights were stolen from outside the Kirkwood United Church of Christ in June 2019, just before identical signs were found burning outside the gay-friendly Rehab Bar & Grill in the Grove.

In 2015, the Eliot Chapel Unitarian Church had the letters “FU” and black squiggles painted on its Black Lives Matter banner placed on the building a year after the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson.
The Christian churches seem to be showing their true colors here.

Re: White activism in Deutschland

Posted: Sat Sep 19, 2020 1:05 am
by Jim Mathias ... propaganda
29 German police officers arrested for neo-Nazi propaganda
The World
Friday, September 18, 2020 - 4:27pm

Twenty-nine German police officers have been suspended for sharing pictures of Adolf Hitler and depictions of refugees in gas chambers on their phones. This follows other incidents of far-right extremism in the German security services. The World’s Sarah Birnbaum reports.
This story is told in full by listening to an audio file, a bit over 4 minutes worth, at the above-cited link. As the reference to a Jewish presstitute indicates, if you're expecting clearly anti-White propaganda, you won't be disappointed.

Re: White activism at Colorado Springs CO

Posted: Mon Sep 21, 2020 1:09 am
by Jim Mathias ... 187b619d33
Militant neo-nazi group surfaces in Colorado
The Atomwaffen Division, a neo-nazi group which has been linked to five murders, has disbanded and rebranded itself as the National Socialist Order.

Author: Jeremy Jojola
Published: 6:19 PM MDT September 18, 2020
Updated: 6:19 PM MDT September 18, 2020
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Neo-nazi stickers placed on business windows in this city indicate the white supremacy group formerly known as Atomwaffen is attempting to reestablish itself after several of its members were arrested by the FBI this past year.

The National Socialist Order (NSO), which has been born out of the now-defunct Atomwaffen Division, has established a new website and social media accounts to share its racists' views. The white supremacist group calls for violence and civil war within the United States.

The Atomwaffen Division was linked to five murders before it disbanded after federal authorities arrested several members of the group this past spring.

9Wants to Know obtained a Colorado Springs Police report describing how a man dressed in camouflage pants was seen putting up a racist NSO sticker on a business window over a Black Lives Matter poster.

In the report from September 3, the owner of a targeted LGBTQ-owned business describes the man as “wearing a short sleeve, tight white t-shirt with aggressive red and black lettering on it, a mask with bones on the face with just his eyes showing, camo pants tucked into combat boots…”

The sticker contained an image of Adolf Hitler, a swastika and an email for recruitment.

Other NSO stickers have been spotted in other parts of Colorado Springs, including the local bus depot.

Online, the National Socialist Order has established a new website that features many of the militant hallmarks of the Atomwaffen Division, including references to James Mason, a prominent neo-nazi who lives in Denver.

In 2019, 9Wants to Know encountered James Mason who said he doesn’t take responsibility for inspiring acts of violence but said if people were going to commit violence, they should “do it right.”

Over the last year the FBI has targeted several members of the now-defunct Atomwaffen group for threatening journalists and activists.

After a series of arrests of Atomwaffen members, Mason told the Westword in March Atomwaffen was disbanding.

However, from his downtown apartment, Mason has been actively making racist videos and references the National Socialist Order. These videos have been shared by the NSO social media accounts.

Re: White activism at Eagle Lake FL

Posted: Tue Sep 22, 2020 1:39 am
by Jim Mathias ... 337452001/
White supremacists in Polk County, but not organized into a group
A recruitment sticker for a white supremacist group was found last year at a gas station in Eagle Lake.
Kimberly C. Moore
The Ledger
Judged by its messenger, not by its message
Judged by its messenger, not by its message
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Editor's Note: This is the fourth part in a weeklong series examining racial issues and their history in Polk County. The project by The Ledger staff is titled "Black In Polk."

EAGLE LAKE — Local children’s book author and teacher Fred Koehler got out of his car at the RaceTrac station on the corner of State Road 540 and U.S. 17 last November and began to pump gas— that’s when he noticed the sticker.

“A Country For EVERYONE Is A Country For NO ONE.”

It's one of the many phrases used by the white supremacist group The Hundred-Handers. On the bottom of the sticker were a website, a twitter handle (which has since been taken down) and an email address.

Koehler took to social media.

“So ... what is the 'appropriate' thing to do when one finds white nationalist propaganda stuck to the side of a gas pump in one's local community?” Koehler asked his Facebook friends. “I honestly don't know, but here's the best I could come up with on short notice:

1. Take it down.

2. Do a little research and find out that it is in fact one of those 'blood and soil' type organizations recruiting right here in Polk County.

3. Remind my friends that racism is still a thing; it's alive locally; and it's going to take all of us to fight it.”
Children’s book author and teacher Fred Koehler found a white supremacy recruitment sticker at an area gas station last November.

According to, “The Hundred-Handers is a network of individual white supremacists who obtain from a central email source white supremacist stickers. They then post them in public places. As platforms like Twitter and Facebook step up policing hate groups and removing them from their sites, The Hundred-Handers are sharing their messages in an anonymous, but public way.

“It’s a strategy used by many racist groups, including those who use imagery taken from Greco-Roman antiquity,” the Vassar website states. “The network takes its name from the many-headed and many-limbed monsters who, according to the Greek poet Hesiod’s Theogony, helped Zeus and the Olympian gods defeat the Titans in the battle for control of the universe.”

An interview with the anonymous “Head” of The Hundred-Handers can be found on a web archive.

“The Hundred-Handers were created in the summer of 2018 as a solution to the continuing issue of [real-life] violence and harassment many people engaged in white advocacy were facing,” The Head stated. “How is it possible to get a message out into the real world while mitigating risk to the activist? We’ve seen a number of groups of varying levels of prominence and success be taken down by the actions of a few, we avoid that by removing the individual element. Anonymous Head, anonymous Hands.”

The web archive also has a page showing photos of the stickers in various locations from Kentucky to Texas to Utah to England. The stickers have messages like “CLOSED BORDERS The Best Vaccine,” “UNITY IS STRENGTH, DIVERSITY IS WEAKNESS,” and “Western Civilization is White Civilization.”

The Southern Poverty Law Center in Alabama, which tracks hate groups, lists 16 in operation in the state of Florida, but none in Polk County. They include The Patriot Front, a white nationalist group, several Ku Klux Klan groups, the United Skinhead Nation, and the American Identity Movement, also a white nationalist group.

Scott Wilder, a spokesman for the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, said if their organization were monitoring hate groups in the county, they wouldn't share that information with the media.

“But, as it happens, we are not — we run across individuals and occasional incidents, but there are no organized current groups with meetings, etc., who are actively working against minorities or any specifically identifiable group of people,” Wilder said.

As for Koehler, who also helped raise money to move a Confederate monument out of Munn Park in 2019, he said he continues to fight against racism and bigotry.

“An awakening is at hand, with a new generation of leaders and activists who are all in,” Koehler said. “We just need to support them.”

Ledger reporter Kimberly C. Moore can be reached at or 863-802-7514. Follow her on Twitter at @KMooreTheLedger.
And we need to be both activists and supporters both as misguided Whites like Koehler want to erase our history--and thus our sense of peoplehood. It might be well to remember also that we will win this war because while the anti-Whites are against something (us), we are for something--our Cosmotheist life-philosophy, goals, and most importantly our very existence. In that we have a huge advantage over these totally negative destroyers who create and sustain nothing but a hatred for us.

Re: White activism at St. Louis MO

Posted: Fri Sep 25, 2020 11:28 pm
by Jim Mathias ... 4d326.html
Woman's 'White Lives Matter' sign in predominantly Black St. Louis community infuriates neighbor

Updated 5 hrs ago | Posted on Sep 24, 2020

ST. LOUIS ( -- A couple’s clash with their neighbors has taken an ugly turn. They say they’re being threatened with racist yard signs and symbols, but the city admits their hands are tied.

A man who goes by Jacob wants his identify concealed because of what's happening next to his home on Delmar.

His neighbor, Karen Hudson, has no problem showing her face to defend the display that adorns her house.

“Why? It's ok to put Black Lives Matter signs up and not white?” argued Karen.

It’s not just the White Lives Matter sign that has Jacob upset. Karen also has a White Pride World Wide sign hanging above the caricature of a Black person eating a watermelon, which sits near windows with Confederate flags.

Karen also has a car with the words “Raccoon City” on the bumper. Karen claims Raccoon City is where her son works.

News 4 checked and according to state records there is no business listed with that name.

If you look up the letters “U-B-C-S” along with Raccoon City it references a fictional town in the video game, “Resident Evil”, but Jacob believes the bumper and letters are aimed at him.

“When I have neighbors like the vets next door who see this Raccoon City on the back of the car a couple walk up and say ‘what do you mean’? They say they live in a city of coons,” Jacob said.

There’s no question there is bad blood between the two neighbors. Karen claims it started when Karen's dog went to the bathroom near the property line. She says Jacob overreacted and made racial comments at her family.

“Only after he went off on us about everything racial that's when we said to ourselves, you want to start a race war, you calling us racist, we will put up all kinds of stuff. So that if you want to believe then feel free to look at it that's why we did it," Karen said.

Karen doesn’t get why Jacob thinks it's a threat to her neighbor. Both sides call the other side racist and only coexist a few feet from each other.

“Yeah, whatever Karen, stop lying Karen. You Karen’s have been lying all over America and getting caught,” Jacob muttered.

It has the potential to get worse. Jacob is concerned with the target practice poster in the window and claims lasers have been pointed at him.

“I pointed it at their camera. You a damn liar!” Karen yelled back.

Jacob says he will defend himself.

“You trying to provoke us to kill you? I want the city to know that we are dealing with white supremacist who trying to provoke us in this age of provocation,” Jacob said.

“No I’m not, Here's what I’m getting at, none of this was ever up. We were friends with everyone around here except for him,” Karen said.

Karen says she’s not taking down her signage. The city is not aware of any ordinance that would force the removal of signs like the ones hanging in Karen’s yard.

“Our neighborhood is 99 percent black. These white supremacists moved next door at first they were covert with the racism then it began to be overt," Jacob said.
She's got guts!
She's got guts!
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“I’m getting tired of Black Lives Matter getting shoved down my throat. Black Lives Matters signs. No, All lives matter…even his pathetic life,” Karen said.

Jacob and Karen now have cameras all over their homes as a matter of protection from each other.
A chimpout aimed at her can easily be predicted.

Re: White activism for September 2020

Posted: Sat Sep 26, 2020 2:36 am
by Grimork
Jacob and Karen now have cameras all over their homes as a matter of protection from each other.
Good. As it should be. This lady, Karen is super ballsy, wow! I hope she doesn't get any violence put on her family. What got me is this "Jacob" (black man jew name?) saying if she wants them to be provoked to kill her... What the heck? How's that not a death threat?

Karen didn't mention killing him one time. I would also like to add, not sure if this is the case or not, but people are way too permissive about their dogs. They shouldn't be allowed to just dump in their neighbors yard. It's gross. Especially to people who don't revere dogs as their kids. Which is a whole broken mentality all together. Adopt White kids, not dogs!

Re: White activism for September 2020

Posted: Sun Sep 27, 2020 12:52 am
by Jim Mathias
Adopt White kids, not dogs!
Make White kids, not dogs.
I'm ready. 8-)

Re: White activism at St. Albans VT

Posted: Sun Sep 27, 2020 10:26 pm
by Jim Mathias ... _messenger
St. Albans PD wants citizens to take stand against white supremacist stickers
Posted September 21, 2020

White supremacist literature is being taken down by police and public works officials. But it’s fine with the City of citizens do it too - after taking a picture and reporting it to police.

"However, the SAPD is asking that if anyone sees stickers or other white nationalist propaganda they take a photo and send it to the police along with the location and information about when it appeared. Police and the public works department are removing the items. The public is also welcome to remove the stickers after taking a photo to send to police. “That’s what we want,” said Lamothe, “the public to take a stance.”"
Rest of story about what the St. Albans Thought Police want is at the link provided by above cited website

Re: White activism at New Rochelle NY

Posted: Mon Sep 28, 2020 9:59 pm
by Jim Mathias ... 530804001/
New Rochelle police investigating 'hateful' stickers, mayor says
David Propper
Rockland/Westchester Journal News
To the anti-Whites, resisting White genocide is 'hate'
To the anti-Whites, resisting White genocide is 'hate'
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When residents in one New Rochelle neighborhood started putting up signs in support of Black lives, white supremacy stickers quickly followed.

Now, New Rochelle police are probing the widespread incidents, Mayor Noam Bramson told The Journal News/

Between 30 and 50 stickers have been placed on private and public signs throughout the Rochelle Heights neighborhood, said resident Jodi Lucena-Pichardo. Some stickers displayed the "Patriot Front," which the Southern Poverty Law Center deems a white nationalist group. Other stickers stated that the definition of diversity is the "systematic and widespread condemnation of White people" and criticize George Floyd, the Black man killed while in custody of Minneapolis police in May.
After signs stating Black Lives Matter were put up in one New Rochelle neighborhood, hateful stickers followed.

More stickers have messages that include:

White Lives Matter
White Children Are Already a Minority
Ok to be White
America is not for sale
Better Dead Than Red

The stickers trace back to a website that provides no information except a vague countdown clock and an option to subscribe.

"These hateful stickers are an affront to all people in New Rochelle, a community that celebrates diversity and utterly rejects bigotry and white supremacy," Bramson said in a statement.

Bramson said the Department of Public Works has been instructed to remove the stickers from public property.

Police Capt. J.C. Coyne said the investigation is ongoing and if anyone has information to contact the police department. The only charges that could be brought forward at this point is vandalism/criminal nuisance, he said.

Resident Kamili Bell-Hill, who is Black, said the stickers were discovered late last week in the diverse neighborhood after households put up signs that said "We in Rochelle Heights believe Black Lives Matter." {But White lives don't if someone brings a message saying 'it's ok to be White'? It seems Congoids want a monopoly on victimology!}

Bell-Hill called it "unbelievable" that her neighborhood has been targeted. Her neighbors are "really upset and very concerned," the five-year resident said.
One of the stickers that has startled a neighborhood in New Rochelle.

She said she doubts the perpetrator or perpetrators live in the Rochelle Heights.

"These stickers are across the street from my house," she said. "I have young Black children. My little girl likes to ride her skateboard in front of the house. I don't feel safe letting her do that outside the house by herself now."

Lucena-Pichardo said she's been in touch with a city detective about the inflammatory stickers. She noted that before stickers began appearing, about 10 signs that promoted science and social justice were taken from front yards.

Westchester Humans Rights Commission Executive Director Tejash Sanchala said the stickers are "symbols of hate and phrases of hate" that are against the nation's values.

"We have an epidemic of race and hate in our country right now," he said. "I think when there's fear and anxiety in the community, racism and hate are not far behind."

Westchester is hosting a virtual program Wednesday at 6 p.m. to teach residents how to intervene if they witness harassment or acts of hate.

Similar stickers were seen in other parts of New Rochelle since summer.

Resident Guy Robinson said he found white supremacy stickers in July and August around the high school and Nature Study Trail. He said some of the stickers, which he believes were connected to Patriot Front, were not obviously offensive while others were openly inflammatory.

Some of the messages included that the U.S. was "not stolen, but conquered," "Revolution is our Tradition," "Life, Liberty, Victory," and "America First."

Robinson said he reported the stickers to city and county officials, who were responsive.

"I kind of find it alarming that they're trying this out in New Rochelle," the 34-year resident said. "This is not trivial stuff."

David Propper covers New Rochelle and the shore towns. Reach him at and follow him on Twitter: dg_props.
I didn't see anything hateful at all in these messages. It does seem as though there's some projecting of hate going towards Whites if such innocuous messages are "alarming" or "Inflammatory."