National Alliance activism and Alliance building in the news

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Post by Jim Mathias » Thu Jun 04, 2020 10:04 pm

Will Williams wrote:
Wed Jun 03, 2020 9:24 pm
There appears to one active member of the group in the Quad Cities area...

It appears that way, that there is at least one National Alliance member in the area. :lol: This "journalist" hasn't a clue. He keeps repeating the same SPLC boilerplate crap about a "white supremacist group," that "was founded in WV in 1970 [sic]," but that "largely fell apart" 18 years ago.

So what's the worry, Mr. Paul Brennan? One possible activist in a group you and the SPLC say fell apart 18 years ago? Another slow news week in the Quad-Cities, is it?
It's my opinion that Paul Brennan would like to think there's only one National Alliance member in the entire Eastern Iowa/Western Illinois area. If only he knew. I'm sure he'd lie about it and downplay however many of us there are here anyway.

Presstitutes everywhere seem to be getting lazier over time by their ubiquitous cut and paste articles the SPLC has written for them. Compound that with the fact that they no longer bother to reach out to you at the National Office for a reply or rebuttal. Hundreds upon hundreds of stickers stating our stance on the racial integrity of our land were delivered in the past few days alone and not one recipient was quoted as having found the messages as a positive event either--they're always negative. Negative when they can find someone to quote, that is. Hmm! One sided sided stories and made-up numbers about our membership aren't "news" but are commentary, to be kind. More accurately I'd say Little Village and other rags are creators of agitprop when it comes to us.

You know what though? I have no complaints about any of that, so long as the picture shows our web address and spells "National Alliance" correctly! This has led to faceberg posters to actually visit natall.com and nationalvanguard.org and go with select quotes from those places.
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Re: National Alliance activism and Alliance building in the news

Post by Jim Mathias » Wed Jun 10, 2020 12:36 am

https://northlibertyiowa.org/2020/06/07 ... st-flyers/
City Condemns Racist Flyers
Posted on: June 7, 2020

Today, racist flyers from a group designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center were distributed to homes in North Liberty.

The City of North Liberty condemns racism, condemns hate speech, and condemns attempts to intimidate members of our community.
I wonder what they're talking about! But in other news, local area activists distributed National Alliance fliers to Whites in North Liberty, Iowa around the same day. A grateful White population wasn't vocal with their feelings about this, but with the website address and "National Alliance" prominently displayed, the chances were good that many decided to check the Alliance out for themselves than to listen to some anonymous windbag in city government get preachy about no one in particular.
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Post by Jim Mathias » Wed Jun 10, 2020 1:21 am

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White supremacist propaganda disguised as COVID-19 warning distributed in eastern Iowa
Posted on Jun 8, 2020 by Paul Brennan
Helping Whites remain healthy and alive.
Helping Whites remain healthy and alive.
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White supremacist propaganda disguised as a health warning about COVID-19 is being distributed in eastern Iowa. Residents in Iowa City, North Liberty, Cedar Rapids and Davenport have recently reported finding messages from the National Alliance, a neo-Nazi group, tossed onto their lawns. Stickers labelled “National Alliance health warning #3” have been stuck onto rolled-up copies of issues from Little Village that were published last year.

The problem of the National Alliance using copies of Little Village or other magazines that are distributed for free to add heft to their fliers and stickers so that they can be tossed onto lawns and driveways isn’t new — it’s been happening since January 2018 — but the white supremacist stickers currently being used are.

Next to the words “Racial Distancing” in big block letters, the stickers say, “Whites should practice racial distancing as well as social distancing.” It concludes, “The government won’t warn you, but the National Alliance will.”

The National Alliance is an explicitly racist and anti-Semitic group that has repeatedly called for the elimination of Jews and racial minorities in America, and the establishment of an all-white homeland. For 30 years after it was founded in West Virginia in 1970, until the death of its original leader in 2002, the National Alliance was considered a very dangerous group, and was implicated in many crimes, including murder. But after the death of its founder in 2002, the group largely fell apart.

Its new leaders fought among themselves, accusing each other embezzlement and threatening lawsuits. Membership dwindled. Currently, the group does little beyond selling white supremacist books and paraphernalia to its few remaining supporters. In September, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution described the National Alliance as “a mostly defunct white supremacist group with deeply anti-Semitic and anti-immigrant beliefs.”

There appears to one active member of the group in the Quad Cities area, who was arrested in January 2018 while putting National Alliance fliers on cars parked at high school sports facility in Davenport. The flier he was sliding under windshield wipers was one that had been distributed in Iowa City’s Wetherby Park neighborhood two weeks earlier. That time, it was wrapped around copies of the Davenport-based River Cities Reader, a free monthly newspaper.

Since then, the National Alliance has used old copies of Little Village on several occasions to add weight to its fliers and stickers, so they can tossed into yards.

It should go without saying that neither River Cities’ Reader nor Little Village has any connection to the National Alliance, beyond reporting on the hate group.
It's a problem that Little Village's rag has been used to help Whites understand the benefits of Racial Distancing? What could that problem be?

It seems that healthy, racially conscious Whites should be grateful that Little Village freely gives away its paper for anyone to use to pass along such socially responsible messages like the ones the National Alliance produces. Thanks, Little Village!
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Re: National Alliance activism and Alliance building in the news

Post by Jim Mathias » Wed Jun 10, 2020 1:38 am

https://www.thegazette.com/subject/news ... d-20200608
North Liberty condemns hate group flyers found over the weekend
Mon., June 08, 2020

NORTH LIBERTY — The city of North Liberty denounced racist flyers distributed over the weekend in town.

“The city of North Liberty condemns racism, condemns hate speech, and condemns attempts to intimidate members of our community,” the city said in a statement. The flyers were distributed by a known hate group, the city said.

City Council member Chris Hoffman said he was among a number of residents to receive a flyer, but doesn’t think he was targeted as an elected official. Hoffman said he was part of a “small sample of people that received this with no rhyme or reason.”

The flyer — which Hoffman described as similar to those distributed in Iowa City and other Iowa communities in recent years — appeared sometime between 8 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Saturday and was affixed to a copy of Little Village magazine. He said he notified police.

The Gazette also reported a similar incident Monday to Cedar Rapids police after hearing racist material was affixed to the Penny Saver free weekly publication without the company’s knowledge.

The flyers appear to have been wrapped around the free publications to add weight, then tossed on to lawns.

Hoffman said his understanding was that two streets in North Liberty were targeted. North Liberty Police Chief Diane Venenga said her department received only one report on the flyers.

The death of George Floyd, a black man, at the hands of a white Minneapolis police officer has spurred nationwide protests and conversations, including an event Thursday night in North Liberty.

Nick Bergus, North Liberty communications director, said it would be appropriate to call the event a protest, demonstration or conversation.

“All of those names are valid,” Bergus said. “It was a moment to highlight some of the lived experience of the people of color in our community and show support and hear about that.”

While the event was not put on by the city, city leaders spoke and Bergus said North Liberty is committed to having difficult conversations to spur change, as well as condemn hate speech.

“I think it’s really important that the city makes statements that are anti-racist and condemn those kind of things,” Bergus said.

Comments: (319) 339-3155; lee.hermiston@thegazette.com
So besides gasbag politician Hoffman, no one else complained to the police? That's a lot of recipients who were accepting of the message! But why didn't the presstitute Lee Hermiston say anything about who created the fliers? Why couldn't the flier be reproduced to show how "hateful" or "intimidating" the wording is? Doesn't The Gazette have a policy of fully informing its readers?
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Post by Jim Mathias » Thu Jun 11, 2020 10:59 pm

https://www.kcrg.com/2020/06/10/white-s ... JW7XlZeq_w
White supremacist sticker attached to magazine, distributed in Cedar Rapids neighborhood

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By KCRG News Staff
Published: Jun. 10, 2020 at 12:00 AM CDT

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) - Some people receiving the bi-monthly Little Village Magazine are finding stickers placed on them promoting white supremacy.

The stickers are being used to roll the magazine up and make racist claims about the novel coronavirus. Little Village says these copies are old and they have no connection with the group named on the sticker, and the person who distributed them, whatsoever.

Jeff Simmons, a resident in a northeast side neighborhood in Cedar Rapids, said he and a few of his neighbors received a copy this weekend.

“You’re sending hate, and when you have something like this, this is hate," Simmons said. "We got enough hate in the world, we don’t need to hate each other, especially because of the color of our skin. With what’s going on in the world right now, we should all come together.”

Little Village said this has also been happening in Iowa City, North Liberty, and Davenport.
It's hate. Hate! HATE!!!!

KCRG found a parrot to repeat the Jews' narrative. Over and over and over. Now why couldn't they find someone intelligent to comment?
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Post by Jim Mathias » Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:55 pm

https://cbs2iowa.com/news/local/eastern ... t-stickers
Eastern Iowa residents receive magazines with white supremacist stickers

by Cymphanie Sherman Wednesday, June 10th 2020
Stay healthy, how controversial is that?
Stay healthy, how controversial is that?
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An eastern Iowa based magazine company, Little Village, is reporting the National Alliance is using their magazines to promote white supremacist messages.

According to magazine staff, stickers reading, “Whites should practice racial distancing as well as social distancing,” have been plastered on rolled up issues of Little Village from last year.

Residents in Iowa City, North Liberty, Cedar Rapids and Davenport have received these.

“It’s frustrating to us, the one thing I will say that’s always reassuring is we do hear from readers who are more angry than we are on our behalf,” said Paul Brennan, the News Director for Little Village Magazine.

Brennan said the National Alliance has been using free magazines to get their message across beginning in January of 2018.

This is the sixth incident involving issues of Little Village.

However, this time the white supremacist stickers are relating to COVID-19.

“If this were 1970’s this would be very worrying because back then the National Alliance was involved in bank robberies, was even involved in a couple of killings. This is just some frustrated soul in the Quad Cities area who is determined to share his short comings with the rest of Eastern Iowa and his anxieties by trying to prove himself a member of the master race by stealing magazines and hiding his identity,” said Brennan.

Residents in North Liberty also received flyers from a group designated as a hate group on Sunday.

The city said they condemn racism, hate speech and attempts to intimidate members of the community.
Someone seems truly bothered by a Health Warning!
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Post by Jim Mathias » Sat Jun 20, 2020 12:32 am

https://www.ourquadcities.com/news/loca ... ist-flyer/
Local residents receive racist flyer

by: Palak Barmaiya
Posted: Jun 18, 2020 / 01:54 PM CDT / Updated: Jun 18, 2020 / 04:56 PM CDT

CORRECTION Previously the story had mentioned a resident from Bettendorf.

Residents in Davenport are receiving racist flyers promoting “racial distancing.”

One such resident is Camellia Pohl of Davenport. Her daughter found a rolled up magazine on their doorstep on Monday with a racist sticker attached to it.

“Racial Distancing,” the sticker said.

“It really upsets me that they would deliver this in our own neighborhood. I would like to think my neighbors would feel welcome int their own neighborhood. I don’t want anyone to be afraid of them,” Pohl told Local 4 News.

Pohl added that several of her neighbors received the flyer as well.

Local 4 News reached out to Davenport Police Department regarding the incidents who said that the department hasn’t received any complaints yet.
Why didn't presstitute (and mystery meat) Palak Barmaiya reach out to the National Alliance for a reply or rebuttal? This isn't journalism or "news", it's opinionated commentary.
Making an impact in many White communities
Making an impact in many White communities
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Post by Jim Mathias » Sat Jun 20, 2020 12:45 am

Similar to the above story, once again the Jewed media cherry-picks a White female college student to give her (their) expert (anti-White, that is) opinion on tolerance of Diverse points of view. Umm, I just felt compelled to speak out on this!

https://www.kwqc.com/content/news/Racis ... 63701.html
Racist flyers popping up in the Quad Cities


By Spencer Maki |
Posted: Fri 6:14 AM, Jun 19, 2020 |
Updated: Fri 6:51 AM, Jun 19, 2020

(KWQC) - Reports of racist flyers are popping up in the Quad Cities after weeks of protest against racism and in the days leading up to Juneteenth.

The flyer showed up Thursday in parts of eastern Iowa, including Davenport and Bettendorf. The racist message instructs white people to practice racial and social distancing to help avoid contracting COVID-19.

The flyer, which was found attached to a roll of papers in driveways, cites an April 7 Washington Post article, bringing attention to the disproportionate infection and death rates of COVID-19 amongst black Americans.

“They're playing off of that in the current state that we're in,” said resident Elizabeth Cunningham.

She saw a post on Facebook and, as a nursing student who was about to graduate, felt compelled to speak out.

“Being in a pandemic and with all of the protests and things happening, they view it as a good time to push their agenda, their white supremacist agenda.”

As a lifelong resident of the Quad Cities, she finds this kind of messaging unacceptable in the community.

“I just want people to know that that's not what our community is about,” Cunningham said.

She hopes others will continue speaking up as well.

“Tolerating it is allowing it to change our society in a bad way, so doing something about it is really important,” she said.

TV6 contacted local police departments who say they have been made aware of flyers being circulated in the past. Bettendorf police believe the flyers are being distributed by a small group.

Police encourage the public to contact them to file a report in a case like this.
While KWQC redacted the "National Alliance" and website data from the sticker, their Faceberg likers and followers weren't fooled and immediately knew that the National Alliance is credited for alerting our people to this health issue. How did they know? Let's just say the National Alliance is well known for having dedicated activists who conduct highly memorable and consistent outreach activities. We'll continue to speak up as well!
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Post by Jim Mathias » Thu Jun 25, 2020 1:07 am

What have you done for our race and the creator's purpose today? For those who want to help us conduct outreach activities, I have National Alliance designed and approved stickers to put into your hands for community distribution. Here's one I have available in a wide range of quantities and very reasonable prices:
We want our people healthy!
We want our people healthy!
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Post by Jim Mathias » Sat Jul 04, 2020 1:22 am

https://www.northscottpress.com/stories ... rove,76085
Letter to the editor
Hate flyers urging 'Racial Distancing' found in Long Grove
Posted 7/1/20

"I was shocked to see that the sticker was one of the most vile, despicable, hateful, prejudicial messages I have ever read in my life! Not only was it prejudicial, but was also relating its hate with the COVID-19 pandemic ..."

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The beginning of this letter writer's rant shows that even small town rags want only the anti-White message to dominate the narrative. I could find the "news"paper, take a picture of the Letter to the editor, and post it here but there doesn't seem to be a need.
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