Daily Stormer Exposes Antifa Terrorist Working for SPLC

Note that the meth head loser Mat O’Dea obtained his job with the SPLC in 2013. The SPLC is headquartered in Montgomery, Alabama. It’s not clear that he was hired by anyone at the main headquarters. Besides, the (((SPLC))) can defend themselves with the idea that they were trying to help an ex-con by giving him a job.

What is needed to shut down the SPLC is strong, irrefutable evidence that the group has been organizing and funding violent antifa groups around the country.

This story is interesting, but not a stake through the heart of the SPLC vampire.

Topix Forum

So what can the fine people of Madison tell me about this fine young gentleman.
Guy in his 40s hanging out with highly impressionable kids.
Jobless and squatting.
Got the prison dots tat thing going on (any info on this)
Ebegging on Gofundme on 2 accounts. One for child support and the other for rent. Funny thing is that it’s close to the same amounts.

I’m just curious as to the prison thing and nothing more

Read the story of the alleged unmasking of a thug at the Daily Stormer.

Shock! Stormfront Allegedly Broke, Nearly Ready to Shut Down

Stormfront, American Renaissance, Henry Makow, David Icke, Jeff Rense, and Alex Jones were my introduction to alternative ways of seeing things. That was back in 2005.

Although I don’t have much time to visit any of these sites any more, it would be a blow to free speech if Stormfront closed its doors. One thing I do not like about the site is the way that members slam each other when they disagree. Amren offers a much better experience in that regard.

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After a string of high profile departures, the future of Stormfront is more uncertain than ever. In just three months, the Internet’s most notorious and deadly white supremacist community has lost two charismatic leaders and the ability to process credit card donations.

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Alt-Right Backstabbed by Trump’s Holocaust Remembrance Day Speech

Should we on the alt-right continue to support President Donald Trump in spite of his flip-flops, shifting positions, and odd behavior?

Consider hugely popular Tweeter Linda Suhler, Ph.D.:

It’s foolish to support any politician no matter what. It’s just as foolish to wish your guy to fail after only 100 days in office.

The middle ground is best. Support your guy, but make it clear to him that you want him to try to fulfill his campaign promises.

Imagine yourself as Donald Trump. Your enemies include John McCain, Lindsay Graham, Paul Ryan, and just about every Democrat. It has to be daunting to wake up every day with those enemies AND the press slashing away at you.

Words are cheap. Watch the Donald’s moves. Praising Jews doesn’t bother me much. Supporting the Jewish agenda does. I admit it’s not looking good, but the game has just started. Keep the faith a little while longer if you can.

So what are prominent alt-right figures saying about Trump these days, after initially supporting him?

Jewish Forward

White nationalists and the “alt-right” were dismayed by President Trump’s remarks at a Holocaust remembrance speech on Tuesday, seeing in the speech further evidence of a betrayal to their cause.

“You can never appease the Jews,” wrote Benjamin Garland at the neo-Nazi website the Daily Stormer. “Give them an inch and they want a mile. The only way to deal with them is to ignore them and/or tell them to shut their filthy mouths.”

Garland bemoaned what he saw as a turnaround for Trump. Months ago he was “a man who knew how the Jews operate and as a man with enough self-respect to not be publicly humiliated by them by bowing to their every whim and demand.”

But Jews “have their ratlike claws deep in him now,” Garland wrote.

Former Ku Klux Klan head David Duke also railed against Trump in the hours after the speech and decried the fact that the Holocaust is remembered annually.

“Why is the so called Holocaust the only atrocity to receive its very own ‘Remembrance Proclamation’? Jewish privilege,” he wrote on twitter.

“Do you not have any power?” Duke went on, directing his message at Trump. “Why are you surrounding yourself with the enemies of the American people?”

Duke is no longer a member of the KKK but is seen as an elder figure in white supremacist or nationalist circles and has more than 30,000 Twitter followers. Not all white nationalists or members of the “alt-right” are as focused on so-called “Jewish supremacy” as Duke, who dedicates much of his Twitter feed to the theme.

Like the most anti-Semitic elements of the “alt-right,” Duke now sees Trump as a sort of Jewish puppet.

“Alt-right” figurehead Richard Spencer, who calls himself a white nationalist or an Identitarian had much more tempered criticism. Spencer, unlike some on the “alt-right,” is not a Holocaust denier and has even praised Zionism as a form of nationalism he admires.

“Did Trump crib his speech from a History Channel DVD? Sounds like it. Every ’90s Holocaust cliché was sounded,” Spencer wrote on Twitter.

For some, the Holocaust remembrance was seen as part of a broader trend — and tied to Trump’s recent strikes in Afghanistan and Syria, which they see as being spearheaded by Jared Kushner, Trump’s Jewish son-in-law, and his daughter Ivanka Trump. They also criticize Trump for choosing Gary Cohn, former president of Goldman Sachs, as an economic advisor.

On the blog Occidental Dissent, Brad Griffen, who runs the website and goes by the name Hunter Wallace, also wrote that Trump’s Holocaust remembrance was a betrayal.

“We voted for ‘Make America Great Again,’” he wrote. “We wanted an independent country. Instead, we got Jarvanka, Gary Cohn and a bunch of globalist neocons foaming at the mouth to start new wars.”

Trump has publicly disavowed both the “alt-right” and Duke specifically, but many supporters in these circles have held out in the hopes the administration would still bolster their loosely-organized movement.

In the video below, an alleged FBI whistleblower claims that the Trump White House has been compromised. Not by Jews, though, but by the Muslim Brotherhood. Is there any evidence for that? Or is this a Jewish diversionary tactic?

Tanya Gersh, the Jew who went after Richard Spencer’s mother, sues Andrew Anglin for hurting her feelings

Andrew Anglin has not yet responded to the lawsuit filed against him by the SPLC and the Jewish woman who alleges that he terrorized her by saying mean things online. I’m sure Anglin’s JEW lawyer will advise him to remain silent. I say JEW lawyer because it hardly seems there is any other kind.

This case may easily set a precedent relating to online speech. If the plaintiff is successful, the kind of writing that has been so effective in shutting down the left (mockery and ridicule) will be quashed.

SPLC

The Southern Poverty Law Center, along with its Montana co-counsel, filed suit in federal court today against the founder of a major neo-Nazi website who orchestrated a harassment campaign that has relentlessly terrorized a Jewish woman and her family with anti-Semitic threats and messages.

The lawsuit describes how Andrew Anglin used his web forum, the Daily Stormer – the leading extremist website in the country – to publish 30 articles urging his followers to launch a “troll storm” against Tanya Gersh, a real estate agent in Whitefish, Montana. Gersh, her husband and 12-year-old son have received more than 700 harassing messages since December.

The intimidation began after Anglin accused Gersh of attempting to extort money from the mother of Richard Spencer. The younger Spencer heads the National Policy Institute, a white nationalist organization.

Anglin and Spencer are both prominent leaders of the “alt-right” movement that rallied white nationalists behind President Donald Trump’s campaign.

“Andrew Anglin knew he had an online army primed to attack with the click of a mouse,” said SPLC President Richard Cohen. “We intend to hold him accountable for the suffering he has caused Ms. Gersh and to send a strong message to those who use their online platforms as weapons of intimidation.”

The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Montana, Missoula Division, seeks compensatory and punitive damages. It accuses Anglin of invading Gersh’s privacy and intentionally inflicting emotional distress. It also outlines how his campaign violated the Montana Anti-Intimidation Act.

“There’s no place in Montana for the hate Andrew Anglin unleashed from the darkest corners of the internet,” said co-counsel John Morrison, a partner with Morrison, Sherwood, Wilson, & Deola. “The attack on Tanya Gersh was an attack on all of us.”

If Tanya Gersh, pictured, wins her lawsuit, this type of trolling would probably be actionable as a civil tort. The star plus the “Filthy Juden” words could easily be ruled intimidation, bullying, and a form of terrorism.

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Trump Tweet: Daily Stormer Will Love This

Trump had better Tweet an Easter greeting!

Totally DUMB Liberal Press Owned By Andrew Anglin’s Trolling After NYC Sword Murder of Negro by “White Supremacist”

ANDREW ANGLIN, PUBLISHER, DAILY STORMER.

A Jewish journalist wrote the following piece, which makes the trolling all that much more delicious and delightful.

New York Daily News

White supremacists lament backlash after fatal NYC sword attack

A white supremacist and neo-Nazi website condemned the racially-motivated sword slaying of a black man in New York City, with the admitted racists lamenting they will now be “unfairly discriminated against.”

Daily Stormer founder Andrew Anglin wrote in a letter posted Thursday that alleged killer James Jackson “does not represent White Supremacy.”

Jackson, a white Army veteran, is accused of plunging his 26-inch sword into 66-year-old Timothy Caughman in Midtown on Monday night.

SWORDSMAN JAMES HARRIS JACKSON. NOT A TRUE WHITE SUPREMACIST.

“White Supremacy is a religion of peace, and the overwhelming majority of White Supremacists are peaceful members of society who do not agree with stabbing random black people with swords,” Anglin wrote. “The attack has nothing at all to do with the religion of White Supremacy, and white supremacists are under no obligation to apologize for this attack.”

Anglin whined in Thursday’s post that white supremacists will now “be subject to unfair scrutiny and prejudice.” He wrote that people with swastika tattoos, Skrewdriver T-shirts and shaved heads “will be unfairly discriminated against.”

The Daily Stormer founder also said that “society” should now rally around white supremacists, and encouraged people to “accompany” white supremacists on their way to work and to use the #IllRideWithYou hashtag on social media.

“White Supremacy is a Religion of Peace! Ride with a white supremacist today to show you are above hatred #illridewithyou,” one user wrote on Twitter.

Similarly fooled by the obvious satirization of liberal nonsense that always follows a Muslim terror attack were the Huffington Post, Democratic Review, and the liberal Raw Story.

You can read Anglin’s whole piece here.

Doxxed Alt-Right Leader “Mike Enoch” Backtracks on Retirement After Jew Wife Revealed

MIKE PEINOVICH, AKA NEO-NAZI MIKE ENOCH.

The internecine warfare on the alt-right continues as the fallout from the doxxing of Mike Peinovich continues.

Peinovich, aka Mike Enoch, said he was calling it quits for a while, but after a few days off from The Right Stuff and The Daily Shoah, he’s back.

There are reports that he and his Jewish wife have separated, but many wise skeptics don’t believe it. David Duke, Andrew Anglin, and Richard Spencer are supporting Peinovich.

Leftist Salon seems to be keeping the reporting on this crisis honest.

Salon

Racist podcaster Mike Peinovich has decided to return to his white nationalist program after quitting earlier this week, following reports that he had kept his neo-Nazi fans in the dark about his marriage to a Jewish woman.

In a podcast released to the public on Wednesday, Peinovich — better known as “Mike Enoch,” creator of The Right Stuff (or TRS) blog and co-host of “The Daily Shoah” — told listeners said that having his real name and details of his private life revealed had made him feel he had “basically lost everything in my life.”

On the program, Peinovich didn’t discuss his wife or the status of his relationship. In a separate podcast released on Tuesday, one of his partners, Jesse “Seventh Son” Dunstan, claimed that Peinovich and his wife were “separating.”

“This entire thing is not going to destroy us,” Dunstan said. “There’s nothing else for us to do but TRS.”

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