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Re: Pro-White activism in the news November 2020

Posted: Fri Nov 13, 2020 11:07 pm
by Jim Mathias ... st-flyers/
Hundreds of recruitment fliers for white supremacist group distributed in Texas neighborhoods

Paulina Villegas
November 10, 2020 at 4:16 p.m. CST

Some residents in the San Antonio area woke up Sunday to find a smattering of anti-Black Lives Matter and white supremacist messages on their doorsteps.

Hundreds of the fliers were distributed around homes in Hollywood Park, Oak Haven Heights and Stone Oak and nearby communities. They are believed to have been distributed by members of 14First the Foundation, a self-described “pro white organization fighting for the white race,” in an effort to recruit like-minded followers and enlarge their ranks, Hollywood Park Police Chief Shad Prichard said.

“We are in fact in a war for our people,” read one of the fliers, which led with a swastika at the top. Other fliers denigrated the Black Lives Matter movement, attacked Jewish people and invoked Adolf Hitler.

Prichard told The Washington Post that his department has investigated the group to determine whether they needed to prepare their community for future acts of violence and concluded that the group does not have a large national presence.

Although relatively small, the group does appear to have a multistate presence. Similar fliers were distributed in August in central Kentucky, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader, and in Austin, according to KXAN, which reported that at least one of the group’s members lives in Spokane, Wash.

Although Hollywood Park police have found no evidence of a widespread presence, Prichard acknowledged that the extreme nature of the messages is a reason for concern by the department.

“It does create tension and a divide in the community, which could then produce criminal activity,” Prichard told The Post. “My opinion is that they are trying to recruit and make it a larger organization.”

In October, the Department of Homeland Security released an annual threat assessment that determined that white supremacist extremists “will remain the most persistent and lethal threat in the Homeland.”

In his forward to the report, acting DHS chief Chad Wolf said he was “particularly concerned about white supremacist violent extremists who have been exceptionally lethal in their abhorrent, targeted attacks in recent years.” Wolf added that these organizations “seek to force ideological change in the United States through violence, death, and destruction.”

San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg harshly condemned the fliers on Sunday, saying that “racism and hatred” are not welcome in the city.

“San Antonio is a city of inclusion, compassion and strength through diversity,” he said in a statement Sunday. “We will work together to root [racism and hatred] out whenever they appear, and that includes the actions of white supremacists.”

The 14First group is a self-proclaimed racist organization that has 500 members nationwide, the group’s vice president, Ronald Murray, told the San Antonio Express News.

The fliers are meant to encourage White people “to stand up and not allow the genocide and brutalities that are occurring to the white community at the hands of minorities,” Murray told the Express News.

The Hollywood Park Police Department said it had collected over 50 fliers, but believed hundreds were distributed in zip-top bags with small rocks to anchor them in the wind.

The fliers did not contain explicit plans for violence, nor did they suggest there were gatherings in the area, the police said Tuesday, adding that they have reached out to both local and federal agencies including the FBI to “alert them of the situation.”

“Because of the content of these fliers, we did reach out to the FBI, just to make them aware, because that is something they have the tools and resources to handle, should it become an issue,” Prichard said.

In a news release shared on Facebook, the police described the content of the pamphlets as “anti-black lives matter and anti-abortion rhetoric,” which prompted criticism from some residents who argued that the police should not dismiss the extremist and anti-Semitic nature of the messages.

“Please don’t dismiss the white supremacy rhetoric,” wrote one resident, Claudia P. Silva, who said the fliers were also distributed in her neighborhood in Stone Oak.

Prichard said the department continues to monitor the situation “to ensure safety” of residents.

“We don’t like it but as of right now it is still freedom of speech,” he said.
Enter a comment at the website if you'd like. There are some who posted the desire to get violent over words, I wonder if that's what was referenced above...

Re: Pro-White activism at Sumter SC

Posted: Sun Nov 15, 2020 1:27 am
by Jim Mathias ... e-symbols/
Fliers with hate symbols found at several Sumter businesses
Police want to identify the men pictured.

By WIS News 10 Staff | November 9, 2020 at 3:14 PM EST - Updated November 12 at 6:10 PM
COVID masks aren't such a bad idea after all
COVID masks aren't such a bad idea after all
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SUMTER, S.C. (WIS) - The Sumter Police Department is investigating after fliers displaying a swastika were found on three businesses Monday morning.

The swastika symbol is typically associated with hate and white supremacy.

Thursday, officials released a clearer picture of two persons of interest caught on camera in the area.

“This is not who we are,” Chief Russell Roark said. “Any behavior that jeopardizes the well-being, dignity, and safety of this community, its citizens, and its businesses will be investigated to the fullest.”

Officials say they received reports after the fliers were found by employees at SAFE Federal Credit Union, First Citizens Bank, and Allen Associates.

Sumter Police, with assistance from SLED, are working to identify the two men who could possibly be involved (pictured above).

Anyone with information about these incidents is urged to contact the Sumter Police Department at (803)-436-2700. Up to $2,500 is being offered as a reward for information that could lead to arrests.
So now rewards are being offered to capture Free Speech activists---but only if they're White. I get it. The insanity shows how far down the path to societal breakdown we are when this kind of targeting by the "local authorities" is being perpetrated.

Re: Pro-White activism at Sudbury ON

Posted: Sun Nov 15, 2020 11:06 pm
by Jim Mathias ... -incidents via CTV News Northern Ontario
Canadian Thought Police Investigating “Neo-Nazi Hate-Bias” Incidents

Sudbury, Ontario police are investigating what they call "hate-bias incidents" after National Socialist stickers were found at Cambrian College and various locations across Lasalle Boulevard.

Greater Sudbury Police Service (GSPS) says an officer from its Central Community Response Unit attended College after National Socialist stickers were first reported on Oct. 25.

Police then received a second call on Nov. 5 with regards to the stickers in various locations across Lasalle Blvd.

The stickers show a symbol that police say is "of a Neo-Nazi (white supremacy) origin in the colours of red, white and black."

The stickers also listed the name and contact information for a group who police are not identifying due to the "type of content they are promoting".

"These stickers were also quickly removed as there is no room for hate, bias or discrimination in our community," said police in a Nov. 7 media release.

"The name of the group and the contact information is not being included as the content is extremely disgusting, vulgar, and offensive."

Police are asking anyone who finds these stickers posted on private or public property to report it to the thought police detectives.

"We know that crimes and hate-bias incidents are extremely under reported and we are working hard to change that," police said in the release.

"The Greater Sudbury Police Service takes reports of hate motivated crimes and hate bias incidents very seriously and we recognize the impact on and pain felt by community members when there is evidence of hatred. We want to assure you that we are committed to investigating these situations thoroughly."

Re: Pro-White activism at Dubuque IA

Posted: Tue Nov 17, 2020 12:23 am
by Jim Mathias ... ght-poles/
Stickers supporting white supremacy hate group found on Dubuque light poles
November 10, 2020 4:54 pm Andrew Pearce

DUBUQUE, Iowa (KWWL) – City of Dubuque staff discovered stickers/decals promoting a white supremacy hate group on several light poles on Chaplain Schmitt Island.

The stickers/decals, which have since been removed by City staff, were found on six light poles at the Veterans Memorial Plaza parking area and McAleece Sports Complex parking area.

City officials are not publicly identifying the group displayed, but say it is a white nationalist group that has been designated as a hate group.

Dubuque Mayor Roy Buol condemned the actions, calling for unity and a celebration of diversity:

“There is no place in our society for white supremacists and I condemn this behavior on behalf of the City Council and our community. Furthermore, to attempt to promote such an un-American concept near a veterans memorial is an affront to our veterans and their sacrifices to protect our nation. This is a divisive and anxious time for our country and we must reject attempts like this to sow more discord. Instead, let’s all recommit ourselves to celebrating the diversity that makes our nation the greatest on Earth.”

There is an ongoing investigation by Dubuque Police and anyone with information is asked to call 563-589-4410.

You can also submit an anonymous online tip here.
Hey Mayor Buol, if you claim on one hand that you're so inclusive and "diverse," then why are you also exclusive and unwelcoming of pro-Whites in Dubuque? Love everyone, but not these people, is that it? Oh wait, I forgot. You're a politician and the sides to your mouth are numerous.

Re: Pro-White activism at Lynchburg VA

Posted: Wed Nov 18, 2020 12:27 am
by Jim Mathias ... y-sticker/
Police searching for two people in connection with Lynchburg church vandalism involving white supremacy sticker
Reverend: ‘If they were trying to intimidate us, that’s not going to work!’

Tim Harfmann, Lynchburg Bureau Reporter
Published: November 5, 2020, 6:50 pm
Updated: November 5, 2020, 9:41 pm

LYNCHBURG, Va. – The Lynchburg Police Department ia searching for two suspects wanted for vandalizing and stealing from a church.

It happened on October 8th at the First Unitarian Church in Downtown Lynchburg. The church’s minister, Reverend Terre Balof, believes the suspects captured on surveillance video stole a rainbow banner hanging above the entrance, then placed a sticker of a white supremacist group on the church’s free, outdoor library.

“If they were trying to intimidate us, that’s not going to work, and we’re ordering another banner,” said Reverend Terre Balof.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Lynchburg Police Department.
No proof was shown that a sticker was being placed by one of the pair shown, and the video is embedded in this story (at the link above) doesn't provide what the alleged sticker even said. It could be a fake story rigged up by the "reverend," a popular thing for anti-White hucksters in religious attire have been known to do over the years. They've been well taught by those rabbis later found out to have painted swastikas on their own synagogues.

In any event, National Alliance strongly discourages applying stickers to private or public property in violation of local laws. As with this type of story, vandalism is used as a propaganda cudgel to beat Whites over the head with in the mass media. Stickers can be used in legal ways to deny the presstitutes the fodder they so desperately want to publicize.

Re: Pro-White activism at Medford NJ

Posted: Thu Nov 19, 2020 1:45 am
by Jim Mathias ... crime.html
Police investigating fliers posted near Black Lives Matter sign as potential bias crime
Updated Nov 12, 2020; Posted Nov 12, 2020

By Bill Duhart | For
The Thought Police are on this case!
The Thought Police are on this case!
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Police in Burlington County said they are investigating signs taped to a tree and utility pole near a home with a Black Lives Matter placard as a potential bias crime.

Two signs that read “IT’S OK TO BE WHITE” were posted in front of a property on Main Street in Medford that has a Black Lives Matter sign on the front lawn

The homeowner found the fliers on the morning of Nov. 1. He did not call police but did call it out in a Facebook post with a picture.

“Then I put them in the trash where they belonged,” said Zachary Wilson, the homeowner.

Police said someone who saw Wilson’s social media post sent them an email and that’s how they became involved. Medford Police Chief Richard Meder said his department began investigating the incident last week and notified the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office about it this week.

Meder said his officers did not see the fliers at Wilson’s home because he had taken them down and thrown them away before they contacted him on Nov. 4 - when they received the email. He said the email included photo of a sign from another location but officers were not able to find it either.

Wilson said someone also emailed him a photo of the flier in another location, which he believed was near Mulberry Street in Medford.

Wilson’s social media post had almost 300 comments, including a post by a state-based white supremacist group.

Wilson, 40, who is white, and works in employee benefits, said his put the Black Lives Matter lawn sign in front of his home shortly after the police killing of George Floyd in Minnesota in May.

“Maybe next time you can knock on my door and to talk instead of sneaking around at night and leaving trash on my property,” Wilson’s social media post said. "We can discuss the difference between ‘being white’ versus being a ‘white supremacist.' "

Wilson said he thought it was “curious” that fliers were taped in front of his home. He said he had held up the Black Lives Matter sign as a procession of 200 cars passed by his home on Main Street during a makeshift rally in support of President Donald Trump the week before Election Day.

“I had to send my daughter into the house because of some of the language I heard from people in the parade,” Wilson said. “My first thought when I saw the fliers was that someone had seen my Black Lives Matter sign and took it personal.”

Wilson said he never felt threatened when he saw the fliers. “I don’t think it was a message for me,” he said. “I think it was directed to Black people in the community.”

A request for comment Thursday from the Southern Burlington County NAACP was not immediately returned.

“It’s our job to stand up about injustice,” Wilson said. “To not support Black Lives Matter is a tacit support for a society that is unequal.”
Brainwashed White male has swallowed the hate Whitey hysteria ginned up by the Jewed media hook, line, and sinker and held up the sign in his yard in support of BLM thugs to troll Trump supporters. Maybe he's getting trolled in response and is now whining about the turnabout.

Re: Pro-White activism at West View PA

Posted: Fri Nov 20, 2020 1:46 am
by Jim Mathias ... w/34691465
Police investigating hateful stickers placed on stop signs in West View

Updated: 6:33 PM EST Nov 16, 2020
Katelyn Sykes


Police in West View have initiated an investigation after racist stickers were placed on several stop signs.

"I was angry," said Ashley Nardone. "I knew that I didn't want other people to see it. I didn't want other people to experience what I was experiencing at that time."

Ashley Nardone was driving home with her preschool-aged daughter when she saw a sticker on a stop sign along Center Avenue that left her speechless.

"When you read the sign altogether it said, Sstop race mixing' with a website directing you to fight white genocide dot com," she said.

Nardone said she saw the first sticker near Princeton Avenue.

"When I saw the first one it was a little bit of disbelief," she said. "I actually just kind of drove past it, I didn't really see that. And then when I came upon the next one and saw the same thing I was really emotional."

Nardone said she saw four stop signs with the sticker, took a picture and called her husband, Evan. Evan Nardone filed a report with the West View Police Department and found out the borough's road crew has been removing these stickers for weeks.

"It was just a regular thing at this point, over the last month where they had to go out and remove these racist, hateful stickers on stop signs," Evan Nardone said.

West View police have launched an investigation and are calling these stickers unfortunate. Chief Bruce Fromlak tells Pittsburgh's Action News 4 that the stickers are ignorant and they're investigating them as possible vandalism or criminal mischief. He said they also haven't received any intel about white supremacy activity in the borough. Police checked nearby surveillance cameras, but didn't find anything.

The Nardones said whoever is responsible for the stickers initially got the reaction they wanted, that they were afraid and hurt, but they also say this community won't stand for hate.

"We want them to know that we aren't intimidated," said Ashley Nardone. "We're not going to hide and we want people to stand with us and love in light to let them know that that type of behavior, those thoughts those actions are not welcome."

"We know that there have been other reporting about increased white supremacy activity in the city of Pittsburgh," said Evan Nardone. "Not just in our community, but other communities around the city, and like my wife said, we want to stand up and make sure that the city knows that this is happening and we are going to come out against it."

Re: Pro-White activism at Fort Collins CO

Posted: Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:22 am
by Jim Mathias ... on-campus/
Stickers from white supremacist group found on campus

November 16, 2020 by Abby Vander Graaff
This is making at least one student quake in fear
This is making at least one student quake in fear
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Editor’s Note: This article contains images of propaganda materials from a white supremacist group. Please view with discretion and be advised that The Collegian condemns the nature of this messaging.

Stickers and posters from a white nationalist hate group, Patriot Front, have been found placed on streetlights and other public property along the bike path between Prospect Road and Laurel Street.

According to Southern Poverty Law Center, the group focuses on image-driven propaganda that supports an “explicitly fascist agenda.” Its leader, Thomas Rousseau, was affiliated with Vanguard America, a neo-Nazi group that participated in the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally, where one of the participants drove a car into a crowd of protesters, killing one person.

The stickers contained imagery and a web address leading to the group’s website. The majority of them have been removed or covered up and appear next to other stickers relating to the COVID-19 pandemic and anti-fascism. It is unclear where these other messages came from or if they are related.

Some of the Patriot Front stickers were removed by a CSU student who originally came across them last Thursday. The student asked to remain anonymous due to safety concerns.

“These stickers are a threat,” the student said. “We need to recognize that in the context of CSU within the last four years, since 2018 when members of the Traditionalist Worker Party came to campus to beat the sh*t out of students with shields and batons … to last fall when members of the Proud Boys came to campus. … This is another attempt.”

This is one in a series of hate-motivated imagery campaigns that has appeared on CSU’s campus over the last few years, including the appearance of swastikas in Aggie Village in 2019.

“There’s a message,” the student said. “That message is a specifically white supremacist one. These are exterminationist white supremacists. These people want Jewish people, Black people and brown people either removed or killed. … That’s what those stickers mean.”

The Collegian will update this story as more information becomes available.

Editor’s Note: Matt Tackett contributed reporting to this article.

Abby Vander Graaff can be reached at or online @abbym_vg.
What's wrong with determining who does and who doesn't live in our lands? Seeking to obtain and secure territory has been the natural state of affairs among the vast majority of all living beings since life began on this planet.

Re: Pro-White activism at Lexington KY

Posted: Sun Nov 22, 2020 12:53 am
by Jim Mathias ... ilys-home/
CAIR-Kentucky Calls for Probe of Neo-Nazi, White Supremacist Materials Left Outside Muslim Family’s Home

Ibrahim Hooper
November 19, 2020
2:38 pm
What Muslims want to ban, they're as bad as Jews in this regard
What Muslims want to ban, they're as bad as Jews in this regard
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(WASHINGTON, D.C., 11/19/2020) – The Kentucky chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Kentucky), the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, today called on law enforcement authorities to investigate packets of racist neo-Nazi, white supremacist propaganda material left outside a Muslim family’s home in Lexington, Ky.

CAIR-Kentucky said the hate material included Nazi swastikas, attacks on the Black Lives Mater movement and references to “white pride.”


In a statement, CAIR Kentucky Chair Waheedah Muhammad said:

“We ask local, state and federal law enforcement authorities to investigate the distribution of these hate materials and the possible targeting of a Muslim family. A number of recent reports have indicated that the threat of white supremacist extremism and violence is real and is growing nationwide. This incident should be treated with the seriousness it deserves.”

SEE: Far-Right Groups Are Behind Most U.S. Terrorist Attacks, Report Finds

She noted that inAugust, CAIR-KY joined local Christian and Jewish organizations in condemning flyers with neo-Nazi language circulated in Central Kentucky.

SEE: CAIR-Kentucky Joins Christian, Jewish Groups in Condemning White-Supremacist Flyers

She said Washington-based CAIR and the American Muslim community are standing in solidarity with all those challenging anti-Black racism, Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, and white supremacy.

Video: CAIR Director Nihad Awad Speaks at Unveiling of Black Lives Matter Banner

CAIR Calls for Resignation of Indiana Lawmaker After Revelations of Anti-Catholic, Anti-Muslim Posts

CAIR is America’s largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization. Its mission is to protect civil rights, enhance understanding of Islam, promote justice, and empower American Muslims.


CONTACT: CAIR Kentucky Chair Waheedah Muhammad, (859) 545-0651,; CAIR National Communications Director Ibrahim Hooper, 202-744-7726,
The distributor of these materials went on Stormfront recently and stated that he was not targeting anyone in particular, only that he distributed his materials to every house in an area. Hooper seems to ignore this and wants the Thought Police to crack down on pro-Whites anyway.

From: ... -the-moor/
Mike the Moor

There are many icons for the derangement of the left and all of them are ridiculously ugly and so obviously dysfunctional. Michael Moore epitomises everything ugly, dysfunctional and hypocritical about the left so I reckon I’m going to pick on him a lot from now. I think I’ll call him Mike the Moor and in this particular cartoon we can clearly see where the priorities of the deranged and fanatical left are.
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Re: Pro-White activism in the news November 2020

Posted: Wed Nov 25, 2020 11:13 pm
by Volker Zorn
Leaflets entitled "It's No Disgrace to Love Your Race" were distributed by NEW ORDER supporters in Bowling Green, Virginia, on Friday, November 20.

The flyers caused the local chief of police to have a schizoid reaction: he declared that such distributions were simultaneously legal and illegal.

See: Some Bowling Green residents find Nazi flyers in their driveways | Crime, Police & Fire |
Some Bowling Green residents find Nazi flyers in their driveways

A flyer that circulated around Bowling Green containing a Nazi symbol with the headline "It Is No Disgrace to Love Your Race" startled the residents of the Caroline County town recently.

The flyers were left in the driveways of residents throughout the town. They implored white people to love and take pride in their race. The flyers directed people to a website with a mission statement of upholding and advancing the cause of Adolf Hitler.


Caroline Sheriff Tony Lippa said the distributors of the flyers are protected by the First Amendment, but they can be charged with littering or trespassing if caught.

A fine example of Talmudic logic and word-twisting! :lol: