Pro-White Leaders Richard Spencer and Jared Taylor endorse Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan’s black separatism

Typically, the alt right supports nationalism for all people. Thus, it’s not surprising that two leading pro-white figures are seeking to dialogue with Minister Louis Farrakhan.

Raw Story

American Renaissance, the self-styled “race realists” that count Richard Spencer among their ranks, on Friday re-tweeted Nation of Islam’s Louis Farrakhan in support.

Farrakhan’s tweet advised black people to “be more convinced that it is time for us to separate and build a nation of our own.”

Retweeting Farrakhan, the white supremacist foundation said his sentiment is an example of “the sort of self-determination we and the broader Alt-Right support.”

“Would you like to discuss this in a public forum?” American Renaissance asked of the controversial Nation of Islam founder.

Right-wingers have a history of support for Farrakhan’s message of black separatism — and many share his virulent anti-Semitism as well. Farrakhan has been on Alex Jones’ InfoWars show, where he praised then-candidate Donald Trump’s plans for a “Muslim ban” because it united Muslims around a common enemy. Jones, at the time, called Farrakhan “the second most influential black man in the world.”

Farrakhan is well-known not only for his anti-Semitism, but also for his belief that the white man is the devil.

Pentagon Drops SPLC from Training Materials

The SPLC is going to be taking a hit to its bottom line. It’s “educational” materials are biased against conservatives. It’s main mission, besides spreading hatred of white people, is raising money. Thanks to wise heads in the Pentagon, one source of taxpayer dollars is being cut off.

Daily Caller via archive.is

The Pentagon has officially severed all ties to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) after previously relying on the group’s training materials on extremism.

Brian J. Field, assistant U.S. attorney from the Civil Division, stated that the Department of Defense (DOD) Office of Diversity Management and Equal Opportunity removed any and all references to the SPLC in training materials used by the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI), in an email obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation from the Department of Justice.

The DEOMI is a DOD school founded to fight segregation and inequality that teaches courses in racial, gender and religious equality, among other subject areas like equal opportunity and pluralism. The courses are available to DOD civilians and service members.

As part of a response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request from the Immigration Reform Law Institute, Field wrote in the email sent in late September:

Additionally, the DEOMI office informed me that, based on a previous FOIA request, DEOMI records concerning, regarding, or related to the preparation and presentation of training materials on hate groups or hate crimes were forwarded … That 133-page document did reference the SPLC; however, based upon guidance from the Office of Diversity Management and Equal Opportunity, all references to the SPLC have been removed from any current training.

Interestingly, DEOMI still makes use of materials on “Hate Symbols” from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), a group similar to the SPLC. Students at DEOMI use the Hate Symbols reference on the ADL site to “learn more about gang colors or clothing; hate group tattoos and body markings associated with such gangs.”

As a matter of policy, the DOD does not have an official list of hate groups.

In early 2014, the Pentagon told CNS News that while it would remove information on hate groups provided by the SPLC, it would continue to rely on SPLC data in “non-federal reference material” for DEOMI. It appears that the DOD’s DEOMI has now decided to sever ties with the SPLC, as DEOMI is the only sub-branch of the Pentagon with any records of SPLC materials.

The Pentagon’s decision to terminate its relationship with the SPLC comes at a time when the group has under major fire from conservative organizations, particularly in the form of lawsuits. D. James Kennedy Ministries, a Christian ministry from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., recently sued the SPLC after being labeled a hate group. The SPLC has also faced criticism from liberals. In late August, anti-Muslim extremism activist and feminist Ayaan Hirsi Ali argued in The New York Times that “the S.P.L.C. is an organization that has lost its way, smearing people who are fighting for liberty and turning a blind eye to an ideology and political movement that has much in common with Nazism.”

For Ali, corporations and donors in Hollywood “need to find more trustworthy and deserving partners to work with than the SPLC.”
Notably, the Pentagon is not the only federal agency to drop the SPLC.

In February, The Daily Caller News Foundation published an exclusive piece indicating that the FBI, which formerly used the SPLC as a “hate crimes resource,” has also been distancing itself from the group.

The SPLC did not respond to a request for comment from The Daily Caller News Foundation by press time.

SPLC Working to Ban Neo-Nazi Website Ironmarch.org

Excerpt from The Stranger

Keegan Hankes, managing data intelligence analyst for the ‎Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), said he and his team work to get large web hosting companies with terms of service agreements that don’t permit racist content or incitements to violence to actually enforce those polices. Hankes said members of his team had been calling on Cloudflare to ban IronMarch.org for about eight months before the deadly rally in Charlottesville.

“With IronMarch.org, comparing it to the situation with The Daily Stormer, the rhetoric is similarly extreme,” Hankes said. “It doesn’t get much clearer than having a webzine called ‘Rope Culture.’ That’s about as extreme as you can get. Some of its constituents have violent tendencies and aspirations. Clearly, some of the time they spent on Iron March contributed in some way.”

Oren Segal, director of the Anti-Defamation League’s Center on Extremism, said web hosting service providers must recognize their “basic responsibility that comes with facilitating communication, even if [extremist content is] an unintended side effect of an otherwise legitimate business.”

Segal and Hankes said that the neo-Nazi site may have spawned groups such as Atomwaffen Division, members of which have recently posted recruitment flyers at University of Washington, Bellevue Community College, and The Evergreen State College. Iron March members also left threatening voicemails for a UW political science professor who wrote a Facebook message about one of his students tearing down a poster.

“Iron March is interesting because it’s for and by neo-Nazis and white supremacists,” Segal said. “You’re probably not going to have casual users like you would on Facebook and Twitter. There’s no question of what Iron March is all about.”

Link to Ironmarch.org

Link to ropeculture.org

Going Undercover with the Alt-Right

PEPE SAYS ALL PUBLICITY IS GOOD PUBLICITY.

Our epic struggle to survive is well-chronicled by a leftist infiltrator who has published his spy tale in the New York Times. Although this story was published in the Times, its not fake news. Alt-light figures like MILO, Paul Joseph Watson, and Cernovich are promoted over the alt-right by the author, but to a large degree the alt-right is accurately characterized.

Ann Coulter’s comment above shouldn’t be taken literally. I’m not FBI. You’re not FBI. The FBI should be putting Crooked Hillary in prison and not be infiltrating a peaceful movement that eschews violence.

Overall, I think what was intended to be a smear job on the alt-right will increase curiosity about the movement.

New York Times

Last September, Patrik Hermansson, a 25-year-old graduate student from Sweden, went undercover in the world of the extreme right. Posing as a student writing a thesis about the suppression of right-wing speech, he traveled from London to New York to Charlottesville, Va. — and into the heart of a dangerous movement that is experiencing a profound rejuvenation.

Mr. Hermansson, who was sent undercover by the British anti-racist watchdog group Hope Not Hate, spent months insinuating himself into the alt-right, using his Swedish nationality (many neo-Nazis are obsessed with Sweden because of its “Nordic” heritage) as a way in. It wasn’t always easy. “You want to punch them in the face,” he told me of the people he met undercover. “You want to scream and do whatever — leave. But you can’t do any of those things. You have to sit and smile.”

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Al Sharpton: Only a Unified Jewish-African American Coalition Can Defeat Hate in U.S.

Negros and Jews–a match made in bullsh*t heaven!

Does Al know that the slave traders and most of the plantation owners were Jews? Does he even care?

Haaretz

As I watched neo-Nazis march in Charlottesville, VA a few weeks ago with torches in hand yelling “Jews will not replace us” while celebrating a general of the Confederate Army who had fought to overthrow the U.S. government in order to preserve the institution of slavery, I reflected on the fact that those who have raised the banner of anti-Semitism and racism are usually one in the same, or at least bedfellows. We are currently witnessing a rise in both forms of hate in the U.S.and in many other places around the world, and just like the past, it is going to take a unified coalition to defeat it all.

Ignorant jackass Knee-grow Sharpton got off to a great start with this one.

First, Robert E. Lee did not seek to overthrow the U.S. government. That government was in no danger of being overthrown. Lee fought so that a distinct people, the Southerners, could have their own country. It was a good idea then. It’s a good idea now.

Additionally, the South was not fighting to keep slavery. Mr. Lincoln sought to preserve slavery, not freeing the slaves until two years into the War for Southern Freedom. The war was fought for economic reasons.

Sharpton’s “unified coalition” to defeat the evil racists sounds like he knows where the money is. With Jews!

On Monday, Rabbi Jonah Dov Pesner, director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, and Rabbi Steven Fox, joined Martin Luther King III and I as we led a massive demonstration in Washington, D.C. The “One Thousand Ministers March for Justice” brought together religious leaders from multiple faiths and people from all backgrounds to collectively fight for the soul of our nation. On the 54th anniversary of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic “March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom,” we gathered for four main principles: voting rights, health care, criminal justice reform and economic justice.  All are currently under renewed threat in the United States.

Wow. Al’s plate is full. He’s going to need the Jew’s help, for sure.

Whether it is attempts to suppress the vote, take away health care reform, or an overall mechanism where there is unequal access to opportunities and a criminal justice system that preys on the poor and communities of color, this is where the battle for equality is today. We as faith leaders joined in unison because we know that an attack on one group or an injustice against one group is an injustice against us all. In addition to the overt forms of racism and bigotry we push back against, we must also tackle the systemic forms of racism and inequality that still permeate our society. It is why ministers, rabbis and imams locked arms and marched with thousands of others from the King Memorial to the steps of the Department of Justice. 

You guys are marching for the gibsmedat. Everybody knows it. Just admit it.

Historically, the African American community and the Jewish community have fought for each other and against racism, anti-Semitism and hatred in all its forms. During World War II, black soldiers fought against the Nazis even though they were still segregated and discriminated against back home. In 1964, three civil rights workers were murdered in Mississippi; two of them, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner, were Jewish Americans. We have stood by one another and fought against bigotry during some of the toughest periods in history. Today, we continue to do just that.  

Blacks and Jews were drafted into the military during World War II. It wasn’t a love fest that drew you two groups together. It was the draft.

As to Goodman and Cheney, Jews are natural born agitators. Witness Saul Alinsky.

Now, there are some who point to moments of tension between our communities, or things which we may have disagreed on – some of which was distorted on both sides. We can debate what occurred or didn’t occur a quarter of a century ago in Crown Heights, Brooklyn or anywhere else, but we cannot do it at the expense of the clear and present danger of now. Our common struggle is more important today and at this time.  

“Moments of tension.” LMAO.

Those of us really committed must get past our arguments on what did and did not happen in order to deal with the broader mandate of standing up for humanity. There is far too much that we all face today which will require unified fronts like our march in the nation’s capital on Monday. The “One Thousand Ministers March” echoed the demonstrations of the past when religious leaders peacefully assembled together to shed light on injustice.

Everyone knows you’re a con man, Al. The Jews are con men, too, but they’re smarter than you.

Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel marched alongside Dr. King as they fought for civil rights for every man, woman and child. In fact, we honored Rabbi Heschel posthumously at National Action Network’s (my organization) convention and presented an award to his daughter.

During the 1960s and throughout many other time periods, we achieved progress only when we came together for equality and justice. 

Dr. King himself once stated: “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.”

We are at a critical juncture here in the United States and around the world. What we do next and how we proceed will shape the future for generations to come. If we are to defeat vile hate groups who now feel emboldened, or defeat laws that are being implemented to reinforce systemic racism and discrimination, we must stand united because we know that we stand on the right side of history.

The Jews don’t care about you and yours, muh Nigga.

Colleges Expect Trouble, with Richard Spencer and MILO in the Thick of It

The so-called Dangerous Faggot has been laying low for months after his comments about underage sex were broadcast far and wide by the media that seeks to discredit White Identity, White Nationalism, and whatever other manifestations of the white racial awakening have united under the alt-right banner.

But you can’t keep a good faggot down. MILO Yiannopoulos says he’s going back to Berkeley. The last time he was there, professional rioters were allowed free rein, thus associating nationalist impulses with violence in the public mind.

Likewise, White Identitarian Richard Spencer plans to speak at colleges and universities this year.

While we know that MILO is not one of us, Spencer has been proclaimed by the media to be the leader of our movement.

I don’t know whether Spencer is a crypto-Jew as some have been proclaiming recently. What I do know is that we have to make more white people see the advantages of banding together as a special interest group. We’re a notoriously individualistic people, which is good except when it comes to facing off a against a federal government which is hostile to our interests.

In my opinion, MILO no longer has much power to damage our effort to join forces with each other as white people. Spencer is a different story.

Charlottesville looks a lot like a set up intended to discredit the alt-right and disempower white people through collective guilt tripping. If it was a set up, it’s hard not to see how Spencer wasn’t involved in setting it up to turn off normies toward White Nationalism.

Washington Post via NOLA

By The Washington Post

Earlier this month, white nationalist leader Richard Spencer rallied hundreds of torch-bearing followers for a march through the heart of the University of Virginia that began a weekend of rage and violence. He hopes to go back to Charlottesville soon.

“Colleges and universities are a great venue,” Spencer said. “I will never give those up.”

As the fall semester begins, schools across the United States are girding for fights over controversial speakers after an incendiary year that began with clashes at the University of California at Berkeley and worsened at U-Va. One by one in the days since the Charlottesville mayhem on Aug. 11 and 12, major public universities have shut their doors to Spencer and his followers. Their decisions illuminate the challenge of balancing campus values, security concerns and free speech protections.

The First Amendment “does not require a public institution to risk imminent violence to students and others,” University of Florida President W. Kent Fuchs said as the school denied a request from Spencer’s National Policy Institute that sought to rent a venue on campus for an event featuring Spencer.

OH NO, MILO’S BACK. HE DOESN’T REPRESENT ME IN ANY WAY.

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Trump Hints Gary Cohn May Hear “You’re Fired” Soon

Don’t worry all you Jews and Jew lovers all across America. Even if Gary Cohn loses his job as President Trump’s economic adviser, don’t lose your bagels over it. There are still plenty of Khazharians left surrounding the president.

Zerohedge

In our preview this morning, we noted that it seemed odd that Trump’s tax speech had reportedly been drafted by White House aide Stephen Miller, the leader of the nationalist arm of the White House staff, as opposed to his Chief Economic Advisor Gary Cohn.

While notable because it indicated that Trump might return to his populist roots in his first tax reform cheerleading session, most didn’t ascribe any more value to the information than that.

That is until Trump took the stage earlier this afternoon and thanked a litany of advisors for their help in crafting his tax policies but noticeably left out Gary Cohn. As The Hill [4] notes, Trump gave credit to everyone from Mnuchin to Linda McMahon and host of local Missouri politicians but seemingly snubbed Cohn.

As Trump took the stage in Springfield, Mo., to kick off his tax reform push, he welcomed his administration’s major players in the debate who joined him at the event but failed to mention Cohn, who was also there.

Trump specifically named Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross and Small Business Administrator Linda McMahon, who flew with the president to the event.

Trump went on to name the long list of Missouri lawmakers who sat in the crowd, joking at one point that he debated whether to name them all because “I have so many.”

Of course, this could mean absolutely nothing, or it could mean that there was more to the rumors that surfaced over the weekend and last week about rising tensions between Cohn and Trump.

Over the weekend, Axios [5] noted rising tensions over tariffs and a continued power struggle between Trump and the “globalists” in the White House who continued to resist the President’s controversial economic agenda in the absence of Steve Bannon.

“John, you haven’t been in a trade discussion before, so I want to share with you my views. For the last six months, this same group of geniuses comes in here all the time and I tell them…

‘Tariffs. I want tariffs.’ And what do they do? They bring me IP. I can’t put a tariff on IP.”

“China is laughing at us,… Laughing.”

“John, I want you to know, this is my view. I want tariffs. And I want someone to bring me some tariffs.”

“John, let me tell you why they didn’t bring me any tariffs,” he said.

“I know there are some people in the room right now that are upset. I know there are some globalists in the room right now. And they don’t want them, John, they don’t want the tariffs. But I’m telling you, I want tariffs.”

Meanwhile, this latest sign of a ‘stressed’ relationship also comes after Cohn expressed some concerns to the FT over how Trump handled the Charottesville tragedy. The interview resulted in immediate speculation that Cohn’s resignation was imminent. Here was our take from last week [6]:

As discussed earlier [7], in an unexpectedly harsh response to Trump’s Charlottesville comments, Trump’s top economic adviser Gary Cohn said in an FT interview published this morning that the administration needs to be more unequivocal in condemning hate groups, but added he was “reluctant” to quit over its response to a recent protest.’

“I believe this administration can and must do better in consistently and unequivocally condemning these groups and do everything we can to heal the deep divisions that exist in our communities,” Cohn told the FT in his first public comments since the controversy.

Cohn said that as a “patriotic American” he did not want to leave his job as the director of the national economic council. “But I also feel compelled to voice my distress over the events of the last two weeks.” He added that “Citizens standing up for equality and freedom can never be equated with white supremacists, neo-Nazis, and the K.K.K.,” Mr. Cohn said. “I believe this administration can and must do better in consistently and unequivocally condemning these groups and do everything we can to heal the deep divisions that exist in our communities.”

Cohn added, “As a Jewish American, I will not allow neo-Nazis ranting ‘Jews will not replace us’ to cause this Jew to leave his job” and said that Trump’s administration said that the White House “can and must do better” in consistently condemning hate groups. Cohn’s remarks were in stark contrast to a statement from the Treasury secretary, Steven Mnuchin, who defended the president. Mnuchin is also Jewish, and is also a former Goldman employee.

Then again, maybe it’s just all a big misunderstanding….

Setting aside his ethnicity, Cohn is a globalist rat fink who was disloyal to the boss and what Trump supporters voted for.

Can’t wait t to hear those famous words, “You’re fired.”