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        Neo-Nazi leader must pay more than $14 million in damages

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        A federal judge has ruled in an SPLC lawsuit that neo-Nazi leader Andrew Anglin must pay more than $14 million in damages for using his website to launch an antisemitic campaign of terror against a Jewish woman and her family.


        The judgment on Thursday came just five days after the mass killing of 22 people at a Walmart in El Paso – the latest terror attack inspired by a global white nationalist movement inspired by the idea that “elites” in Western countries are working to “replace” white people with immigrants and other people of color. And it came just days before the two-year anniversary, on Aug. 11-12, of the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Anglin, the founder of the web forum Daily Stormer, was a major promoter of that rally.

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        Anglin, a man who calls President Trump “Our Glorious Leader, acknowledged last year that he uses his website to indoctrinate children as young as 10 into neo-Nazi ideology. “My site is mainly designed to target children,” he told an interviewer.



        https://www.splcenter.org/news/2019/...uTz1bVq8OiHz1A

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        • #49
          I was wondering why we hadn't seen ShaneSpicoli around here for a while...

          Self-Described “Antifa Hunter” Arrested for Threatening Black Lives Matter Activist in Charlottesville

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          A prominent white supremacist from Florida has been arrested for making racist and violent threats to the co-founder of Black Lives Matter in Charlottesville, Virginia, who was considering a run for Charlottesville City Council. The threats forced the activist, Don Gathers, to drop out of the race. The white supremacist, Daniel McMahon, has a long record of threatening violence against antiracists and anti-fascists. He once dubbed himself the “antifa hunter.” Several of his online posts were shared by the man who attacked the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, killing 11 Jewish worshipers.

          https://www.democracynow.org/2019/9/...GlphZPe_JP8GP8

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          • #50
            Sad news for nyuKKK and his fellow MAGAts.

            DHS Just Finally Recognized White Nationalism as a Major Terror Threat

            Its the first time the department has placed major emphasis on countering the threat of white nationalism coming from inside the U.S.

            Department of Homeland Security is finally, officially recognizing white supremacist terror as a major national security threat in the U.S. — a threat that’s coming from the inside.

            Acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan on Friday unveiled the department’s new counterterrorism strategy, which for the first time places major emphasis on countering the threat of white nationalism coming from inside the U.S.

            https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/j...2YbtZ1873r4W1Y

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            • #51
              Lolz! 🤣






              Joe Arpaio loses $300M defamation lawsuit against CNN, HuffPost, Rolling Stone

              A federal judge has tossed a $300 million defamation lawsuit filed against three national news outlets by America’s self-styled “toughest sheriff” Joe...
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              • #52
                The Most Active White Supremacist Group in the US Is Hiding in Plain Sight

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                In the hours after the slaughter in El Paso, Texas, on Aug. 3, a final toll emerged: 22 dead, most of them Latinos, some Mexican nationals. A portrait of the gunman accused of killing them soon took shape: a 21-year-old from a suburb of Dallas who had been radicalized as a white supremacist online and who saw immigrants as a threat to the future of white America.

                While much of the country reacted with a weary sense of sorrow and outrage, word of the mass killing was processed differently by members of Patriot Front, one of the more prominent white supremacist groups in the U.S.

                In secret chat forums, some Patriot Front members embraced the spirit of the anti-immigrant manifesto left behind by the accused gunman. Others floated false conspiracy theories: the CIA was behind the murders; the accused killer was actually Jewish. Still other members cautioned that the group had its own “loose cannons” to worry about. It would be a bad look if the next mass murderer was one of their own.

                But there was little, if any, regret over the loss of life.

                “It shouldn’t be hard to believe that the group facing the harshest oppression from our ruling elite are producing shooters,” one Patriot Front member wrote. “White men are being slowly destroyed in a way calculated to produce resentment and a sense of helplessness. Of course, some of them decide to lash out.”

                Several Patriot Front members alerted others to the need to be careful, for the killings in El Paso would likely make the group a target of the FBI.

                “Watch your backs out there,” one wrote.

                Patriot Front was formed in the aftermath of the deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017. While many on America’s far-right cheered the rally, its violence struck others as a public-relations debacle for the white nationalist brand that was sure to attract greater oversight by law enforcement.

                Patriot Front aspired to help chart a new way forward: spread propaganda espousing its version of a nascent American fascism; quietly recruit new members worried about a nation overrun by immigrants and a world controlled by Jews; avoid talking about guns or violence online, but engage in a mix of vandalism and intimidation to foster anxiety; wear masks in public and communicate secretly.

                https://truthout.org/articles/the-mo...n-plain-sight/

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                • #53
                  Why People Support Far Right Political Views
                  “Study 1

                  The first investigation was a meta-analysis of 20 studies and over 15,000 participants.

                  Results showed a strong and positive relation between far-right support and the following: prejudice, social dominance orientation, and right-wing authoritarianism. This relationship was true in samples from the U.S. and Europe. (The mean uncorrected effect size r varied between 0.4 and 0.5.) While geography did make a difference—for instance, the association between social dominance and far-right support was stronger among the Americans than among the British—none of these differences was large or statistically significant”

                  Good article
                  https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/b...olitical-views

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                  • #54
                    Trump immigration adviser Stephen Miller's leaked emails out him as a full-blown white nationalist

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                    White House adviser Stephen Miller has been an obvious white supremacist obsessed with pushing anti-immigrant policy for as long as he’s been in the public eye. But emails he sent in 2015 and early 2016 go deeper, showing how committed to white nationalist ideas and thinkers he is. The Southern Poverty Law Center’s Hatewatch reviewed more than 900 emails between Miller and editors at Breitbart News, which were leaked by former Breitbarter Katie McHugh. The upshot: Stephen Miller is who we thought—who we knew—he was.

                    In the emails, Miller shared stories from the far-right conspiracy theory site Infowars and the white nationalist website VDARE and the white nationalist website American Renaissance, and McHugh notes that Miller referred to the latter by the familiar, even affectionate nickname AmRen. The subjects of some of the stories will be familiar to people who’ve followed Donald Trump’s Miller-influenced immigration policy.

                    One story from VDARE was about the evils of Temporary Protected Status, which allows people fleeing unsafe conditions in their home countries to live and work in the U.S. for a limited time. Trump has tried to end TPS for people from several countries, and denied TPS for people fleeing the hurricane-battered Bahamas.

                    Miller successfully pressed Breitbart to use a white nationalist novel to attack Pope Francis’ statements in support of refugees. Miller is now an immigration adviser to a president who has slashed the number of refugees the U.S. accepts.

                    In the emails, which were sent before the Nazi demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia, Miller seems particularly upset about the removal of Confederate monuments, pressing McHugh to write attacking stores that had stopped selling Confederate flags but were still selling “commie flags” and “Che shirts.” The next day, Miller asked “what do the [Confederate monument] vandals say to the people fighting and dying overseas in uniform right now who are carrying on a seventh or eighth generation of military service in their families, stretching back to our founding?” (Gee, Stephen, I don’t know, maybe that military service to the Confederacy was service in an army fighting against the United States?)

                    ”In his emails, Miller uses slang and rhetoric about immigration that would be familiar to people who read white nationalists discussing the “great replacement” conspiracy theory,” Hatewatch reports. “He refers to demographic changes brought about by immigration as “new America” multiple times in the emails. It’s a phrase VDARE sometimes uses.”

                    This is not just a guy who happens to hate immigrants. It’s someone who’s deeply enmeshed in white nationalist media and language, who’s been pushing that ideology behind the scenes for years and who is now helping to set policy from the White House.



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                    • #55
                      “The president’s deeply offensive remarks before the Israeli American Council, including his unconscionable repeating of negative stereotypes that have been used historically to target Jews, only reinforce our belief – and warning in our latest ad – that Donald Trump is the biggest threat to American Jews.”

                      Jewish Democrats Respond to Trump’s Anti-Semitic Remarks: Donald Trump is the Biggest Threat to American Jews


                      https://jewishdems.org/jewish-democr...american-jews/

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                      • #56
                        The Racist ICE Detention Center Captain Was Just Fired. We Found 132 More Posts by Him on a Neo-Nazi Site.


                        “Anyone complicit in the destruction of my culture, religion, way of life, and nation is counted amongst my enemies,” Travis Frey wrote on Iron March in 2013.


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                        The captain of a privately-run ICE detention center in Nevada has been fired after VICE News exposed his ties to white nationalism earlier this month.

                        Private prison company CoreCivic, which runs the Nevada Southern Detention Center in Pahrump, said Friday that Travis Frey, 31, is no longer employed by them.

                        “We take allegations like these very seriously and have thoroughly investigated the matter,” CoreCivic spokesperson Amanda Gilchrist wrote in an email. “After carefully considering the findings of the investigation, the company has taken appropriate steps to protect the integrity of our workplace and ensure our values are not compromised. Mr. Frey is no longer employed by CoreCivic.”

                        https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/z...cN-6Sh8gpvtS9E

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                        • #57

                          'No Blame?' ABC News finds 36 cases invoking 'Trump' in connection with violence, threats, alleged assaults.

                          President Donald Trump insists he deserves no blame for divisions in America.

                          President Donald Trump has repeatedly refused to accept any responsibility for inciting violence in American communities, dismissing critics who have pointed to his rhetoric as a potential source of inspiration for some citizens acting on even long-held beliefs of bigotry and hate.

                          https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/blam...ZOfPVbg4QYqs2Y

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                          • #58
                            Looks like the FBI director just made tRump's enemies list.


                            The FBI Just Put White Nationalists and Neo-Nazis on the Same Threat Level as ISIS


                            “Not only is the terror threat diverse, it’s unrelenting," said FBI chief

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                            The FBI has elevated racially-motivated violent extremism to a “national threat priority,” in yet another sign that the U.S. government has finally woken up to the threat posed by white nationalists and neo-Nazis at home and abroad.

                            In a hearing before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, FBI Director Christopher Wray outlined several concrete steps the agency had taken to combat violent far-right extremists, explaining that the “national threat priority” designation puts those groups or individuals on the same footing as ISIS” in terms of the resources the FBI will devote to it.

                            “We’re particularly focused on domestic terrorism, especially racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists,” said Wray. “Not only is the terror threat diverse, it’s unrelenting.”

                            https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/3...tC93aVI1DC470c

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                              Originally posted by GreatBronco16 View Post
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                              exactly !
                              stop it/
                              hell no, he is leading the ban!
                              do you think he will pull out his hood and wear it on the white house balcony before or after the next rigged election ?

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                              • #60
                                [QUOTE=L.A. BRONCOS FAN;n2568685]Looks like the FBI director just made tRump's enemies list.


                                The FBI Just Put White Nationalists and Neo-Nazis on the Same Threat Level as ISIS

                                wow, lightning must be very jealous !

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