LAST WEEK I brought you news of the new “Conviction Integrity Unit” (or CIU) just set up in largely Black-run Fulton County, Georgia. They’ve made some media noise about re-investigating the Atlanta Child Murders of 1979 through 1981. They’ve raised the hopes of many people in a notoriously corrupt county that their wrongfully convicted sons or brothers or husbands might finally be exonerated and freed.
The real impetus for the creation of the CIU, however, was none of these things. The date chosen for the announcement of the Unit was no coincidence — April 26, 2019, the precise anniversary date of the 1913 sex murder of 13-year-old Mary Phagan by Atlanta B’nai B’rith president Leo M. Frank. The real behind-the-scenes force that brought about the creation of this CIU is the Jewish Anti-Defamation League, or ADL, which was itself created by the B’nai B’rith in that very year — 1913 — and which has been seeking to exonerate Frank since its very inception. And that is the main task that the thinly-veiled movers and shakers expect of the new Fulton County CIU: Exonerate this Jewish sex killer of a little White girl.
The wealthiest and most powerful ethnic group in America and the world wants it that way.
Former Georgia Governor Roy Barnes, a lifelong servant of Jewish money and Jewish interests, is touted as “an advisor” to the new CIU — but in block diagrams published by Fulton County he is shown as the advisor to the group; the only one. The diagrams also show him as being on the same top level of authority over the CIU as the Black Fulton County District Attorney, Paul Howard Jr. Television coverage of the creation of the Unit by Atlanta’s WXIA, channel 11, indicates that it was Barnes whispering in Howard’s ear that brought the CIU into being in the first place. And Barnes’ close connections and meetings with powerful Jews, including the ADL’s Dale Schwartz, have not been concealed. (Though of course well-stuffed envelopes passed to Barnes, if any, are left unmentioned — maybe his new “advisor” position and favorable media coverage is enough payment for him. If he’s one of those worship-Israel types all too common in America, just serving Jews might be enough for him, no envelopes necessary.) We even published a picture of Barnes and Schwartz sharing an ADL platform last week in the text version of this broadcast.
With the television cameras rolling at the CIU announcement event, Barnes shamelessly repeats the Jewish hoax that mobs of “anti-Semitic” Whites threatened the jurors in Frank’s murder trial — I’ll embed the video on nationalvanguard.org. Listen to his words:
“And as they would march up the jurors every day to go to the Fulton County courthouse, the crowd would chant, ‘Hang the Jew or we’ll hang you!'”
That’s a hoax. A transparent, obvious hoax. If it had happened even once, it would have been front page news in every Atlanta paper — and the defense would have jumped on it and immediately demanded a mistrial and a change of venue — which would have certainly been granted. If it had really happened — even once — in a town that the contemporary press clearly shows had many Frank sympathizers, there would have been outrage from the literally hundreds or thousands of witnesses to such a blatant abuse of the judicial process. There would have articles and editorials by the dozens or hundreds. Frank’s gold-plated legal team would have held press conferences and filed motions that would have stopped the biggest murder trial in Georgia history — if such jury intimidation by a screaming mob had taken place even once — and Barnes is now saying that it happened “every day.” But there were no such stories in the Atlanta papers of the time, some of which had already published multiple articles favorable to Frank. There were no hundreds of outraged witnesses. There were no witnesses at all. Frank’s own legal team made no such claim at the time. No mistrial motions were filed. No jury member ever said he was intimidated. None of that happened. None of that happened because the “Hang the Jew” story was a complete hoax. (Even pro-Frank Jewish author Steve Oney quietly admits that it never happened.)
And this hoax (kept alive for decades by the ADL) is now being perpetuated by the very man who sparked the founding of the new Conviction Integrity Unit and who sits at the right hand of Paul Howard, DA, in running the Unit. As we said last week — it looks like the fix is in.
And what is a “Conviction Integrity Unit,” anyway? Don’t we already have structures in place — appeals courts, Supreme Courts, honorable prosecutors who will admit they were wrong when incontrovertible new evidence emerges — for those who were wrongly convicted? Isn’t it dangerous — and possibly illegal and unconstitutional — to create a whole new and powerful layer of the judicial branch out of thin air merely on the current prosecutor’s whim? — or, more ominously, on the whim of a rich, politically-connected interest group — like the ADL — that has the prosecutor’s ear? And when that interest group is also an ethnic minority pressure group operating in a multiracial society, isn’t there a danger that it will pursue exoneration of its own leaders and members — like B’nai B’rith official Leo Frank — and punishment of its perceived enemies or competitors? That’s exactly what’s happening, and don’t think for a minute that the Leo Frank case will be the last time that a CIU will be used in such a manner.
The loose, amorphous structure of CIUs will make them an ideal tool for the politically-connected to “correct” court decisions that they don’t like. The press releases will be all about “admitting mistakes” and “righting past wrongs,” and sometimes that might even be true — but the reality will often be a political party, or organized Jews, or other wealthy groups getting what they want by nullifying a jury’s decision. To whom are CIUs accountable, anyway? How can we appeal their decisions? If they commit a monstrous injustice, how can they be punished? — how can they be stopped?
The CIU is a relatively new concept. According to the head of a new Michigan CIU, the very first one was created in 2007. Even today, out of the more than 3,000 jurisdictions in the United States, there are only a couple of dozen with a CIU.
Now don’t get me wrong: I fully understand why good, honorable people want Conviction Integrity Units. The legal system in this country is broken. I’ve seen it up close and from the inside. I’d estimate that at least half of the people convicted in this country are either 1) truly innocent of the charges against them, and were falsely convicted — or intimidated into pleading guilty by piling on of charges, or 2) convicted of crimes which shouldn’t be considered crimes at all. I saw a White man sent to federal prison for decades, where his life was in danger every day, destroying his life and his family basically forever, because he grew some marijuana plants in an upstairs bedroom. I hate all intoxicants, but that’s ridiculous — and wrong. I saw another White man, one of the most generous and peaceful and harmless men I’ve ever met, who got five years in Hell because he’d been convicted of some nonsense he-said/she-said charge 20 years earlier, making him, technically, a “felon” — and then, at a traffic stop, was found riding in a friend’s car, in rural America where every second person owns a gun, and a single bullet was found randomly rolling around on the car’s messy floor. Five years. Another five years taken out of an already damaged life. O beautiful, for spacious skies.
And look at what happened to David Duke. To Ernst Zundel. To Will Williams. To me. And to James Alex Fields of Charlottesville fame, who was convicted of first degree murder of a woman he didn’t know, never saw, certainly didn’t intend to kill, and certainly didn’t even know had been killed. America, America, God shed His grace on thee.
Law enforcement and prosecutors are very often politically motivated liars and persecutors these days in the USSA. They pursue — not justice, but the opposite of justice in many, many cases. There is no justice, only injustice, if you are a member of a politically disfavored group. Especially if you don’t have a spare $250,000 lying around to pay a good lawyer. (The defense side of criminal prosecution should be socialized, just like the prosecution side is.) And racially conscious White people are the ultimate disfavored group, thanks to Jewish money and influence in our society. And crown thy good with brotherhood, from sea to shining sea.
And you can’t ever have justice in a multiracial society. First, the idea of what constitutes justice varies between different peoples; what seems just to a White family in Downers Grove might seem very wrong to a Nation of Islam adherent in East Chicago — and vice versa. We see these conflicting racial interests play out in US politics and the Jewish media every day, with implicitly White Trumpites on one side and the aggressive anti-Whites like Jewish CNN and non-Whites like Omar on the other in an uneasy alliance. When Whites were dominant in this country, I doubt very much if the legal rights of Blacks were scrupulously observed. I understand why they chafed under lynch law and Jim Crow. I also understand why Whites needed to protect their heritage and their familes, and maintain control by whatever means worked in areas with large populations of Blacks — and with the tyranny of the regime in Washington breathing down their necks. But even a semblance of justice can never be served to the disfavored group under such conditions, and members of the favored group with consciences will sometimes be wracked by guilt that can explode into hatred of their own kind, a very unhealthy condition. And a semblance of justice is not going to be served as Whites become the minority and a dozen kinds of revenge under color of law are plotted and implemented by peoples to whom the Bill of Rights is just a despised obstacle. (The only answer is separation and self-determination.)
And just look at the mass exonerations that have taken place since DNA evidence became viable. Look at the mass exonerations that have taken place in recent instances when crooked police and crooked judges and crooked prosecutors were exposed. Type “mass exoneration” or “corrupt police” or “corrupt judge” into your favorite search engine if you don’t believe me. (If your “gut feeling” is that “the System may not be perfect, but it’s the best we can do and it’s mostly just,” you are so, so wrong you border on hopeless. Sadly, that’s a common White conservative disease.) And these are just the false convictions that are so obvious, so egregious that the System itself has admitted to them. How many are still hidden? How many will we never find out about? Most of them, I’d guess.
So I get it. I know why people desperately want justice. They desperately want honorable men to step in and reverse unjust, corrupt, and politically-motivated convictions. But look at Fulton County’s new CIU. Ignore for the moment the Frank case and Jewish influence. Who will be in charge of reviewing the integrity of possibly false prosecutions? The very same man, DA Paul Howard Jr., who prosecuted most of those cases in the first place. He’s been in charge of every single prosecution in Fulton County for the last 22 years, a full fifth of the way back to Leo Frank’s day. What a joke. I hold out little hope, but I suppose that DA Howard might have more integrity than I think. Perhaps he can be persuaded not to betray truth and his own CIU. Perhaps he can see that he’d be betraying his own people by falling in line with the crime-linked ADL, which openly accuses an innocent Black man of Frank’s crime. It might be a good idea to call DA Howard’s office and suggest politely that his own cause is better served by truth than by the stinking lies of the ADL.
A CIU can’t work — the justice system can’t work — a society can’t work — unless 1) it is run by honorable men, for whom there is no substitute; and 2) it is responsible to one united people, and to that people alone — and is not playing the dominance or balance-of-power games that are inevitable in any multiracial empire.
A society of, by, and for our people, run by honorable men worthy of leadership, is the kind of society we must have or we will perish. That is the kind of society the National Alliance intends to build.
Today — the anniversary of the day in 1913 that B’nai B’rith leader Leo Frank, one of the Weinsteins and Epsteins of his time, was executed — let us remember Mary Phagan, and the girls abused by the same power structure that Frank represented, the real victims in this case — and dedicate ourselves again to the great task before us.
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