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Somebody has been in the news

PostSat Oct 06, 2018 1:03 am

https://www.stormfront.org/forum/t1259790/

White supremacist stickers posted across Brighton

Brighton Police are investigating after three hate message stickers were posted in the town.

One appears to show Adolf Hitler, another read 'It's okay to be white' and a third said 'Identity Evropa'. To clarify, Identity Evropa is an American neo-Nazi and white supremacist organization. It was established in March of 2016.

"Regardless of the nature of the activity, the hateful activity, we have been involved. We have been very clear that it does not reflect us as a community, it is simply unacceptable," said Bill Moehle, Brighton supervisor.

https://www.whec.com/news/hate-messa...hton-/5096580/


If our enemies aren't slandering or libeling us in their papers the following morning, the previous day was wasted.
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Re: Somebody has been in the news

PostSat Oct 06, 2018 2:15 am

https://apnews.com/8c8693c05f4648e5a1b5b170797d1229

ROSYLN, Pa. (AP) — Police in suburban Philadelphia say racist flyers were found on several homes.

WPVI-TV reports white supremacist flyers were discovered in Abington Wednesday. The letters encourage people to join the Ku Klux Klan and describe “white pride.”

Community members say the flyers are disturbing.

Abington Police Chief Patrick Molloy says there’s video that indicates the person who distributed the flyers may be a “young person on a bicycle.” Molloy says there were similar incidents in other parts of Montgomery County.

An investigation is ongoing.

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Information from: WPVI-TV, http://www.6abc.com
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Re: Somebody has been in the news

PostSat Oct 06, 2018 2:19 am

https://blockclubchicago.org/2018/08/28 ... an-square/

Here’s The Story Behind White Supremacist Flyers Popping Up In Logan Square
Flyers calling out an alleged white supremacist for distributing information in the neighborhood were followed by flyers that read, "It's okay to be white."

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Somebody is showing presence and fight despite getting their messages ripped down.
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Re: Somebody has been in the news

PostSat Oct 06, 2018 2:25 am

https://www.king5.com/article/news/loca ... -563384569

White supremacist group flyers target Bellevue neighborhoods
Over the weekend neighbors in Bellevue found flyers scattered around their neighborhood supporting a white supremacist group.
Author: Ted Land
Published: 4:46 PM PDT June 11, 2018
Updated: 5:54 PM PDT June 11, 2018
Flyers promoting a white supremacist group showed up in some Bellevue neighborhoods over the weekend. People who discovered them say they're shocked and angry that an extremist group would target their community.

“It makes me sick,” said Heather Chaney, who lives in Bellevue, and found small plastic bags filled with leaflets and candy all over her neighborhood.

She collected more than 60 of the small bags promoting Patriot Front, a group that formed after the 2017 Charlottesville riots.

“They are a white supremacist group that promotes hateful messages and an ideology of anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, and racism, and they evoke their white roots and white identity in trying to make America only a country for white people,” said Miri Cypers, regional director for the Anti-Defamation League Northwest office.

She says Patriot Front has focused on college campuses, and now appears to be moving into residential areas.

“We are seeing extremist groups more emboldened than ever before,” she said.

Chaney, who cleared the bags from a few blocks, told KING 5 she is still “fuming,” and says the group was clearly targeting her community because of its diversity.

“My neighbors, almost all of them are immigrants,” she said.

KING 5 tried to contact the Patriot Front to learn more about why it is targeting Bellevue. No one from the group responded.

The Bellevue Police Department says it took a report about the flyers but says there is no video or other evidence to help them pursue an investigation.

The Clyde Hill Police Department declined to comment, saying it wasn't getting involved in the matter.
Bags with candy and leaflets, what a concept! Nice to see boots on the ground.
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Re: Somebody has been in the news

PostSat Oct 06, 2018 2:32 am

https://patch.com/new-york/ossining/whi ... son-valley

White Supremacist Recruitment Flyers Found In Hudson Valley
The flyers were plastered on utility poles near schools in Croton-on-Hudson

CROTON-ON-HUDSON, NY — Flyers from a white supremacist group plastered on utility poles near schools in Croton-on-Hudson have sparked outrage. Flyers seeking to recruit members for the white supremacy group Identity Evropa were found on poles near Croton Harmon High School, Pierre Van Cortlandt Middle School and in the village.

School officials denounced the signs and contacted the police, who said the signs couldn't be removed per their legal counsel's advice, News 12 said.

In October 2017, flyers from the group were found on Westchester Community College bulletin boards. Indentity Evropa tweeted out photos of the postings which were apparently part of an organized effort taking place across the country at the time.

In a statement provided to the Journal News after the Croton-on-Hudson flyers were found, Identity Evropa claimed its activists are instructed to avoid putting the flyers near elementary, middle and high schools.
Libeled with the "White supremacy" label, these guys didn't waste their day.
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Re: Somebody has been in the news

PostSat Oct 06, 2018 2:37 am

https://www.abc27.com/news/local/york/p ... 1404374258

Police ID distributor of white supremacist flyers

DOVER, Pa. (WHTM) - Police say they've identified the person who distributed white supremacist flyers in Dover Township.

Northern York County Regional police said the person also admitted to distributing the flyers in West Manchester Township, York, and in the Red Lion area.

Investigators are talking to residents who received the flyers to determine appropriate charges.

At least 20 residents found the literature on joining white supremacist groups, along with plastic baggies filled with a small amount of birdseed, at the end of driveways last week.

Police said it appears the flyers were dropped or thrown from a vehicle.

Anyone who received a flyer and has not reported it should call the Northern York County Regional Police Department at 717-467-8355 or email tips@nycrpd.org.
"Appropriate charges" for distributing flyers. Didn't know free speech was a criminal offense. That must be in the US Constitution or something. "The right of the People to be free from Unpopular Propaganda shall not be infringed and punished according to Law!" If I remember history class right, it was Founding Negroes Michael King and Barry Soetoro who enshrined this in American Jurisprudence.
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Re: Somebody has been in the news

PostSat Oct 06, 2018 3:07 pm

Back when the North Jersey Unit was active and we would go out fliering on our own each of us didn't know who was fliering where.
Poor Rich, our unit leader, would have detectives visiting him as to "why" a certain town was being overwhelmed with National Alliance fliers.
I believe at least three of us fliered Lincoln Park the same week without knowing that each was doing it.
It's not diversity, it's displacement.
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Re: Somebody has been in the news

PostSun Oct 07, 2018 4:34 am

PhuBai68 wrote:Back when the North Jersey Unit was active and we would go out fliering on our own each of us didn't know who was fliering where.
Poor Rich, our unit leader, would have detectives visiting him as to "why" a certain town was being overwhelmed with National Alliance fliers.
I believe at least three of us fliered Lincoln Park the same week without knowing that each was doing it.
Why should detectives even care? Didn't they have anything better to do?

Oh wait, they're police. You know, those guys who are hired by politicians to do certain jobs. Politicians with political agendas. Agendas driven by their moneyed donors and their rabbis and by fear of getting smeared in the controlled media. This sounds familiar, I may have seen this sort of thing locally.
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Re: Somebody near Omaha has been in the news

PostMon Oct 08, 2018 12:56 am

https://www.ketv.com/article/five-omaha ... s/22897539

Five Omaha churches hit with hateful, neo-Nazi flyers
They had messages like 'Hitler disapproves,' and 'Join your local Nazis.'

OMAHA, Neb. —
Five Omaha churches of different faiths share a common concern after members found racist, hateful flyers taped to their doors and windows Sunday.

The words "You are welcome! No matter who you are," hang on the Inclusive Life Center and Chapel's front door near 96th and J streets.


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On Sunday morning, someone covered up that message with a much more spiteful one. Chaplain Cei Loofe arrived to find flyers taped on the center's front door and window. They had messages like "Hitler disapproves," and "Join your local nazis."

"I just crumpled them up but then after reconsideration and talking to my peers, what if this is just the start?" said Loofe.

The Inclusive Life Center and Chapel is a place where many groups of faith worship. They also open their doors to community groups and support outreach missions.

Loofe reported the flyers to Omaha police with people's safety in mind. He wasn't the only one.

Four other churches across Omaha found similar flyers before Sunday morning services. Those churches include First United Methodist Church, Metro Community Church, Unity Church and the Second Unitarian Church.

The Second Unitarian Church released this statement:

"The Second Unitarian Church of Omaha will not be intimidated by hate groups. We will continue to live our Unitarian Universalist values of radical Love and Affirmation across all boundaries."

Unity Church said, "Our position is only love can transcend the hate that has been given permission to grow by a portion of our society. Global healing is being called out for and it is up to all of us to work for that good."

Two of the churches are in Southwest Omaha, two others are further North and one is close to downtown.

"(Whoever hung up the flyers) didn't paper them like you'd paper cars for a party or something," Loofe said. "They went to those addresses on purpose."

The flyers didn't stop services Sunday. Worship was still going on at the Inclusive Life Center and Chapel Sunday evening.

"It didn't affect our day and it won't affect our day tomorrow," Loofe said.

As for the people who put the flyers up, Loofe hopes they'll come inside next time.

"Our tagline is that, 'You're beautiful, loved and worthy no matter who you are, how you believe, don't believe, who you love -- whatever,'" Loofe said. "So, even those guys are beautiful, loved and worthy of compassion of forgiveness of acceptance and everything."

The church officials said they reported the flyers to Omaha police as hate crimes.

KETV Newswatch 7 tried to visited the website listed on some of the flyers, but only spam came up.
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Re: Somebody around Chicago has been in the news

PostMon Oct 08, 2018 1:02 am

https://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/N ... 61031.html
Comments section at the bottom of the page!!!
Neo-Nazi Fliers Found Near University of Chicago Campus
In December of 2016 anti-semetic and racist stickers were found littered around the University of Chicago campus in Hyde Park.
By Ash-har Quraishi
Published at 7:27 PM CDT on Sep 18, 2018 | Updated at 7:30 PM CDT on Sep 18, 2018

Neo-nazi posters have been found on posts and mailboxes in the Hyde Park neighborhood.

Some residents have called the flyers disturbing and are encouraging others to tear them down.

Over the weekend, resident Alex Wing was out with his daughter when he found two of the posters.

“There was a flier right there on the light post," he told NBC 5. "I took a picture. I tore it down. Then we crossed the street and there was another one on the mailbox there and I did the same thing."

One of the posters he found at 56th and Lake Park promotes Identity Evropa, a group the Anti-Defamation League has designated as a white supremacist organization.

The Southern Poverty Law Center also calls Identity Evropa a hate group.

“I got angry," Wing recalled. "And I sort of cursed and took a picture and I sort of tried not too in depth to explain it to my daughter like: ‘if you see these let me know or let somebody know.'"

In December of 2016 anti-semetic and racist stickers were found littered around the University of Chicago campus in Hyde Park.

In February of last year, numerous Identity Evropa posters were put up at the university as well. But Wing says this is the first time he’s seen them off campus.

“I had a friend who works in the library and they found them stuffed in the stacks sort of hidden there," he said. "At some point they found somebody posting them and booted them from campus."

A few days later wing found yet another flyer posted about a block away from the Obama’s Hyde Park home.

Residents also reported finding the offensive postings at 55th and Woodlawn and 51st and Drexel.

While Wing acknowledges their right to post, he has a simple message to whomever is putting up the white supremacist posters.

“At the very least, if we keep seeing these things as will likely happen, we’ll just keep letting people know it’s not acceptable and that we’re against that," he said.

Authorities say they have not received any complaints about these latest fliers - but encourage anyone who encounters them to file an information report with Chicago police.
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