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Re: White activism at Easton MD in the news

PostMon May 13, 2019 1:10 am

https://www.wmdt.com/2019/04/msp-invest ... ot-county/

MSP investigating distribution of racist literature in Talbot County
April 2, 2019 Sarah Ash

EASTON, Md. – Maryland State Police say they are investigating distribution of racist literature that was found in a Talbot County community over the weekend.

On March 31st, a St. Michaels resident contacted the Easton Barrack to report racist literature that had been found in driveways throughout the community. Investigation revealed that the material had been left at residences in the area of Riverview Terrace and Cove Road in St. Michaels.

Officials say that the printed material indicates that it is produced by the Ku Klux Klan and defends racist views towards African Americans, Jewish people, American Indians, and others. It also solicits people to join the KKK.

The flyers were found in clear plastic baggies that also contained birdseed, which adds enough weight to allow the package to be thrown into a driveway and remain there.

The responding trooper forwarded the information from his investigation to the Maryland Coordination and Analysis Center, where local, state, and federal authorities (including the FBI) were made aware of the incident. Information was also sent to the Eastern Shore Information Center.

This incident is being documented as a hate/bias incident, however, the investigation has not established evidence that a crime was committed. Law enforcement will continue to documents incidents such as this and will conduct thorough investigations. Any incidents thought to be related to hate/bias should be reported to local law enforcement. Citizens can also report suspicious activity possibly related to terrorism or violent crime to the Maryland Coordination and Analysis Center at 1-800-492-TIPS.

Categories: Crime, Local News, Maryland
Tags: easton, Ku Klux Klan materials, maryland, maryland state police, racist literature, st. michaels, talbot county
No crime, but the "authorities" are documenting all information on legal activities and forwarding them to state and federal agencies. Domestic spying on selected groups acting lawfully, anyone? Who says COINTELPRO ever ended?
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Re: White activism at Easton MD in the news

PostMon May 13, 2019 11:26 am

Jim Mathias wrote:https://www.wmdt.com/2019/04/msp-investigating-distribution-of-racist-literature-in-talbot-county/

MSP investigating distribution of racist literature in Talbot County
April 2, 2019 Sarah Ash

EASTON, Md. – Maryland State Police say they are investigating distribution of racist literature that was found in a Talbot County community over the weekend.
[...]
The responding trooper forwarded the information from his investigation to the Maryland Coordination and Analysis Center, where local, state, and federal authorities (including the FBI) were made aware of the incident. Information was also sent to the Eastern Shore Information Center.

This incident is being documented as a hate/bias incident, however, the investigation has not established evidence that a crime was committed. Law enforcement will continue to documents incidents such as this and will conduct thorough investigations. Any incidents thought to be related to hate/bias should be reported to local law enforcement. Citizens can also report suspicious activity possibly related to terrorism or violent crime to the Maryland Coordination and Analysis Center at 1-800-492-TIPS.

Inside the Military-Police Center
That Spies on Baltimore's Rioters

Adam Weinstein
05/01/15
Filed to: LIFE INSIDE THE SURVEILLANCE STATE

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On Ambassador Road, just off I-695 around the corner from the FBI, nearly 100 employees sit in a high-tech suite and wait for terrorists to attack Baltimore. They’ve waited 11 years. But they still have plenty of work to do, like using the intel community’s toys to target this week’s street protests.

They are the keepers of the Maryland Coordination and Analysis Center, a government “fusion center” set up to share information and coordinate counterterrorist activities between 29 law enforcement agencies—federal, state, and local, including Baltimore city and county cops—in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks. Seeded by a state anti-terror advisory council whose meetings are closed to the public, nourished by Republican and Democratic governors alike, MCAC has expanded its access to spying tools over the past decade and a half. It can pinpoint cellphone users. It can monitor movements of state motorists through their license plates, as it has done with an estimated 85 million drivers.

http://phasezero.gawker.com/inside-the- ... 1700670585

Dr. Pierce predicted this sort of police state would soon come into existence in his novel Hunter. It took 9/11 and the misnamed "Patriot Act" for agencies like this one and other similar ones under the umbrella of "Homeland Security" all over the country to rise up to protect citizens from terroristic threats like KKK leaflets being distributed.
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Re: White activism at Easton MD in the news

PostTue May 14, 2019 5:13 pm

Will Williams wrote:
Jim Mathias wrote:https://www.wmdt.com/2019/04/msp-investigating-distribution-of-racist-literature-in-talbot-county/

MSP investigating distribution of racist literature in Talbot County
April 2, 2019 Sarah Ash

EASTON, Md. – Maryland State Police say they are investigating distribution of racist literature that was found in a Talbot County community over the weekend.
[...]
The responding trooper forwarded the information from his investigation to the Maryland Coordination and Analysis Center, where local, state, and federal authorities (including the FBI) were made aware of the incident. Information was also sent to the Eastern Shore Information Center.

This incident is being documented as a hate/bias incident, however, the investigation has not established evidence that a crime was committed. Law enforcement will continue to documents incidents such as this and will conduct thorough investigations. Any incidents thought to be related to hate/bias should be reported to local law enforcement. Citizens can also report suspicious activity possibly related to terrorism or violent crime to the Maryland Coordination and Analysis Center at 1-800-492-TIPS.

Inside the Military-Police Center
That Spies on Baltimore's Rioters

Adam Weinstein
05/01/15
Filed to: LIFE INSIDE THE SURVEILLANCE STATE

Image

On Ambassador Road, just off I-695 around the corner from the FBI, nearly 100 employees sit in a high-tech suite and wait for terrorists to attack Baltimore. They’ve waited 11 years. But they still have plenty of work to do, like using the intel community’s toys to target this week’s street protests.

They are the keepers of the Maryland Coordination and Analysis Center, a government “fusion center” set up to share information and coordinate counterterrorist activities between 29 law enforcement agencies—federal, state, and local, including Baltimore city and county cops—in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks. Seeded by a state anti-terror advisory council whose meetings are closed to the public, nourished by Republican and Democratic governors alike, MCAC has expanded its access to spying tools over the past decade and a half. It can pinpoint cellphone users. It can monitor movements of state motorists through their license plates, as it has done with an estimated 85 million drivers.

http://phasezero.gawker.com/inside-the- ... 1700670585

Dr. Pierce predicted this sort of police state would soon come into existence in his novel Hunter. It took 9/11 and the misnamed "Patriot Act" for agencies like this one and other similar ones under the umbrella of "Homeland Security" all over the country to rise up to protect citizens from terroristic threats like KKK leaflets being distributed.
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I am still trying to figure out how they get that leafleting is terrorism. I mean here in Texas they might push it as gang related activities but I have never seen it as terrorism.
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Re: White activism at Easton MD in the news

PostWed May 15, 2019 12:44 am

Colin wrote:I am still trying to figure out how they get that leafleting is terrorism. I mean here in Texas they might push it as gang related activities but I have never seen it as terrorism.
While Will Williams seemed to be equating Klan fliers with terrorism in a tongue-in-cheek way, there's truth in his humor in that the "authorities" are dancing well to the tune the Jew plays by doing the same thing---only they're serious. Twisting the law to harass or even railroad White activists into their prisons seems to be the idea here so that us activists can get to know the tender mercies of a heavily over-represented non-White population behind bars. This in turn is to scare the bejeezus out of the majority Whites who might otherwise be willing to support us (or even become as active) and keep their support from us.

In effect, the Jewed state is exercising terrorism against Whites.
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Re: White activism at Oshkosh WI in the news

PostWed May 15, 2019 12:55 am

https://fox6now.com/2019/04/26/uw-oshko ... cist-sign/

UW-Oshkosh investigating racist sign
POSTED 1:06 PM, APRIL 26, 2019, BY AP WIRE SERVICE, UPDATED AT 04:14PM, APRIL 26, 2019

MADISON, Wis. — University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh officials are investigating a sign in an off-campus home that said liberals, Jews, Muslims, gays and Hmong people aren’t wanted.

University spokeswoman Mandy Potts says officials became aware of a photo of the sign Thursday circulating on social media. A Twitter user who posted that photo posted another of a swastika hanging on a wall during a party at what she said was the same house.
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Silly Jew-worshippers, it's not hate, it's only a swastika!
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Chancellor Andrew Leavitt sent a campus-wide email saying the school was aware of “racist messages and hateful symbols involving our students.” He called a forum Friday to discuss the images.

UWOshkosh Chancellor
@uwochancellor
To anyone who brings hate into the @uwoshkosh community, I invite you to leave. We are aware of social media images that emerged overnight depicting racist messages and hateful symbols involving our students. We are investigating and take this seriously.

State Rep. Gordon Hintz (D-Oshkosh) issued the following statement:

“Racism has no place on campus or in our community. The hateful words and symbols these students used are contrary to everything UW Oshkosh stands for. As an ally of the students harmed by these events, I hear you and will work with you to improve our campus climate.

“I appreciate the leadership of Chancellor Leavitt and all those who confront racism and bigotry while pushing for a more inclusive, tolerant, and respectful campus, community and world.”
Why doesn't the UW-Oshkosh Chancellor leave if he doesn't like the animating contest of freedom and free speech? He certainly isn't wanted to suppress the right to peaceably assemble and the right to share thoughts freely (Aryan values, they're!)--especially in an university setting.
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Re: White activism at Simpsonville SC in the news

PostWed May 15, 2019 1:02 am

Hillcrest HS parents ask police to reopen racist sign investigation

Posted: May 06, 2019 06:34 PM EDT

Updated: May 06, 2019 09:09 PM EDT

GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. (WSPA?) - A group of parents whose children go to Hillcrest High School are asking Simpsonville Police to reopen the investigation into what some are calling threats of violence to the African American community.

Community Parents is a group formed by parents of students at Hillcrest High. The group held a press conference Monday to say they will be using their collective voice to fight racism.

They said it is in response to a photo that was sent around the student body showing a Hillcrest student holding a gun and a sign that said "We hang n-words for free."

Parents said no action was taken by Simpsonville Police because it was a white girl who held the gun and the sign.

Simpsonville Police said they found no criminal wrongdoing in their investigation.

Parents said not only was the sign racist, but the gun shown was a threat to the community.

Investigators were able to question the girl in the photo last week.

SPD said they found no credible threat or indication that she was going to carry out actions to harm anyone.

Community Parents said the student did more than express her freedom of speech. They said she instituted fighting words.

Community Parents have posted a petition asking for more action to be taken.

Greenville County Schools said the student has been suspended.
So a picture of a gun is a threat... :roll: At least the cops (this time) chose to act rationally. Wow, some cops out there aren't tools of the Jew.
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Re: White activism at Springfield MO in the news

PostWed May 15, 2019 1:14 am

https://www.news-leader.com/story/news/ ... 189617001/

Springfield police to investigate racist video by Kickapoo High student
Claudette Riley, Springfield News-Leader Published 12:47 p.m. CT May 13, 2019

The Springfield Police Department announced Monday that it will conduct a follow-up investigation into a racist video from a Kickapoo High School student.

In a profanity-laden video posted Thursday, the student used racial slurs in reference to black students, warned them to stay out of the locker room, and suggested "we should (expletive) lynch you."

The Springfield NAACP and others called for the police to investigate the incident as a terroristic threat.

"It should be taken seriously," said Toni Robinson, president of the Springfield NAACP. "We believe it is a terroristic threat and should be investigated."

The initial investigation was handled by Springfield Public Schools, which employs more than 20 commissioned law enforcement officers to patrol school campuses and respond to a wide range of incidents.

Police Chief Paul Williams said he received a phone call from Jim Farrell, the director of the school police force, early Monday.

He said the district completed its initial inquiry and report and requested the Springfield Police Department conduct a follow-up investigation, which is a fairly common practice since the two entities work together regularly.

Williams said the department doesn't typically issue a press release when there is hand-off but opted to in this situation. "Due to the high interest, we wanted to let folks know."

The outcome of the district's initial inquiry is not yet known and may not be made public right away because there is an ongoing investigation.

Stephen Hall, chief communications officer, said working closely with Springfield police, Greene County Sheriff's Office and other law enforcement agencies is critical to school safety.

In this situation, the district requested police follow-up. "We concluded the extra support Springfield Police Department offered was warranted and appreciated."

Springfield police, in announcing plans to investigation, described the Snapchat video as racist, vile and shocking and noted it was immediately reported to school officials.

The department asked those with information regarding the video to contact the Criminal Investigations Division at 417-864-1755. Tipsters that want to remain anonymous can be made via Crime Stoppers at 417-869-8477 or submit a tip online at P3Tips.com.

In a phone interview, Williams said the district's police force has jurisdiction and is the first responder for nearly all incidents on school campuses. He said in most cases, the school police will conduct the initial investigation and that will be enough.

"Every investigation starts with an officer in a uniform talking to the victim and taking a report," he said.

He added that in situations when more follow-up is needed, the district will ask for help. The police typically assist with major incidents in the city while the sheriff's office assists with incidents at schools outside the city limits.

The outcome of the police department's follow-up investigation will be forwarded to the Greene County Juvenile Office for review. The Kickapoo student who made the video is a juvenile. Had the student been 17 or older, the protocol is to send the follow-up report to the Greene County Prosecutor.

The Kickapoo student's video was widely shared on social media platforms was quickly condemned by the district, the Springfield NAACP and others.

Kickapoo Principal Bill Powers told parents he disciplined the student, requested social media platforms remove the video, reported the incident to law enforcement and made a hotline call to the Children's Division of the Missouri Department of Social Services. {talk about using the nuclear option on a young White woman!}

The district also reached out to the Springfield NAACP. <snip, just more blather from a failed subspecies>
Pretty amateurish, if she would apply her video producing skills to produce professional quality videos in support of our people's efforts to free ourselves, she might be considered for an Alliance membership someday.
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Re: White activism at Oshkosh WI in the news

PostWed May 15, 2019 12:15 pm

Jim Mathias wrote:https://fox6now.com/2019/04/26/uw-oshkosh-investigating-racist-sign/

UW-Oshkosh investigating racist sign
POSTED 1:06 PM, APRIL 26, 2019, BY AP WIRE SERVICE, UPDATED AT 04:14PM, APRIL 26, 2019

MADISON, Wis. — University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh officials are investigating a sign in an off-campus home that said liberals, Jews, Muslims, gays and Hmong people aren’t wanted.

University spokeswoman Mandy Potts says officials became aware of a photo of the sign Thursday circulating on social media. A Twitter user who posted that photo posted another of a swastika hanging on a wall during a party at what she said was the same house.
UWoshkosh pic.jpg

Chancellor Andrew Leavitt sent a campus-wide email saying the school was aware of “racist messages and hateful symbols involving our students.” He called a forum Friday to discuss the images.

UWOshkosh Chancellor
@uwochancellor
To anyone who brings hate into the @uwoshkosh community, I invite you to leave. We are aware of social media images that emerged overnight depicting racist messages and hateful symbols involving our students. We are investigating and take this seriously.

State Rep. Gordon Hintz (D-Oshkosh) issued the following statement:

“Racism has no place on campus or in our community. The hateful words and symbols these students used are contrary to everything UW Oshkosh stands for. As an ally of the students harmed by these events, I hear you and will work with you to improve our campus climate.

“I appreciate the leadership of Chancellor Leavitt and all those who confront racism and bigotry while pushing for a more inclusive, tolerant, and respectful campus, community and world.”
Why doesn't the UW-Oshkosh Chancellor leave if he doesn't like the animating contest of freedom and free speech? He certainly isn't wanted to suppress the right to peaceably assemble and the right to share thoughts freely (Aryan values, they're!)--especially in an university setting.


I don't think the college should have any jurisdiction since it was an off campus address.
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Re: White activism at Simpsonville SC in the news

PostWed May 15, 2019 12:17 pm

Jim Mathias wrote:
Hillcrest HS parents ask police to reopen racist sign investigation

Posted: May 06, 2019 06:34 PM EDT

Updated: May 06, 2019 09:09 PM EDT

GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. (WSPA?) - A group of parents whose children go to Hillcrest High School are asking Simpsonville Police to reopen the investigation into what some are calling threats of violence to the African American community.

Community Parents is a group formed by parents of students at Hillcrest High. The group held a press conference Monday to say they will be using their collective voice to fight racism.

They said it is in response to a photo that was sent around the student body showing a Hillcrest student holding a gun and a sign that said "We hang n-words for free."

Parents said no action was taken by Simpsonville Police because it was a white girl who held the gun and the sign.

Simpsonville Police said they found no criminal wrongdoing in their investigation.

Parents said not only was the sign racist, but the gun shown was a threat to the community.

Investigators were able to question the girl in the photo last week.

SPD said they found no credible threat or indication that she was going to carry out actions to harm anyone.

Community Parents said the student did more than express her freedom of speech. They said she instituted fighting words.

Community Parents have posted a petition asking for more action to be taken.

Greenville County Schools said the student has been suspended.
So a picture of a gun is a threat... :roll: At least the cops (this time) chose to act rationally. Wow, some cops out there aren't tools of the Jew.


They are certainly throwing around that terrorist label alot now.
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Re: White activism at Simpsonville SC in the news

PostThu May 16, 2019 1:20 am

Colin wrote:
Jim Mathias wrote:

They said it is in response to a photo that was sent around the student body showing a Hillcrest student holding a gun and a sign that said "We hang n-words for free."
So a picture of a gun is a threat... :roll: At least the cops (this time) chose to act rationally. Wow, some cops out there aren't tools of the Jew.


They are certainly throwing around that terrorist label alot now.
That sort of agitprop gets the college girls (of both sexes) panties in a bunch.

But otherwise, the girl could use some discipline. To wit, our policy is that we have nothing to say to non-Whites at this time; our message is aimed only at Whites. Teenaged girls would do better with our old "Don't Catch AIDS!" sticker.
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