Twitter Bans and Removes Verified Status of Richard Spencer, Other Defenders of the White Race

First,commenter Wullfe let us know that the Daily Stormer was kicked out of Western Samoa and is now to be found at DailyStormer.hk. I assume that’s a Hong Kong web address.

Now on to Twitter. As far as I know Microchip has given up on Twitter. I haven’t seen him there in around a month, since his last ban. He’s on Gab, but I’ve never had any luck getting an account there. I’ll have to try again.

Baked Alaska was banned from Twitter on Wednesday, while Richard Spencer has had his verification stripped.

BAKED ALASKA, BANNED.

Twitter is going to lose its relevance sooner or later. And most likely Spencer will join Baked Alaska in being banned.

The Daily Beast

Twitter began banning and removing verified check marks, which were previously handed out to public figures to prove their authenticity, from white supremacist accounts as it updated the rules to its verification program on Wednesday.

White supremacists Richard Spencer and Charlottesville “Unite The Right” protest creator Jason Kessler had their verified statuses revoked on Wednesday.

The verified check mark was meant to denote “that an account of public interest is authentic,” the company said in a series of tweets on Wednesday, but that “verification has long been perceived as an endorsement.”

“This perception became worse when we opened up verification for public submissions and verified people who we in no way endorse,” a company spokesperson tweeted.

Users can now lose their blue checkmarks for “inciting or engaging in harassment of others,” “promoting hate and/or violence against, or directly attacking or threatening other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or disease,” supporting people who promote those ideas, and a slew of other reasons.

The changes come exactly one week after a Daily Beast story showed that Kessler, who had called the death of anti-racist protester Heather Heyer in Charlottesville “payback time,” had been verified by Twitter. The company suspended its verification practices the next day.

“We should’ve communicated faster on this [yesterday]: our agents have been following our verification policy correctly, but we realized some time ago the system is broken and needs to be reconsidered,” Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey wrote last week. “And we failed by not doing anything about it. Working now to fix faster.”

Earlier on Wednesday, Tim Gionet, a far right former BuzzFeed employee who went by the username @BakedAlaska, was banned from Twitter. In his last tweets, he pushed his followers to reinstate an account that was banned from Twitter for, he claimed, “saying muslim immigrants are adding to the rape culture.”

When reached for comment on Gionet’s suspension, a company spokesperson pointed The Daily Beast to its “hateful conduct policy,” specifically the section that bans “repeated and/or or non-consensual slurs, epithets, racist and sexist tropes, or other content that degrades someone.”

Far-right agitator Milo Yiannopoulos’ blue checkmark was removed last January before he was kicked off Twitter, stirring outrage among alt-right and far-right communities. Some fans of Yiannopoulos began flocking to alternative platforms, like alt-right Twitter knockoff Gab or the chat service Discord.

In July 2016 Twitter allowed anyone to request verification via an online form, a move that appears to have overwhelmed the review process. Twitter ended up verifying accounts that it “in no way endorse(s),” the company said.

Until now, Twitter has claimed that verification is neutral and simply a way to verify a person’s primary brand handle or identity. However, verified users have long been seen as first-class citizens on the platform. Verified users have access to more robust filters and their tweets and accounts are more likely to be surfaced in search as well as people’s @ mentions.

The latest Tweets and Retweets from the now unverified Spencer:

Bottom line: If you’re verified on Twitter, you’re politically correct.

Dindu arrested for racist graffiti that shut down university

EDDIE CURLIN. THE DINDU DID IT.

Eastern Michigan University fell for another one of the now common hoaxes where a Nog or a Jew puts out racist graffiti or threats against nonwhites.

Which shows how stupid or evil university administrators are. Actually, they’re stupid AND evil in my experience.

New York Daily News

A black man has been arrested for spray painting racist graffiti on Eastern Michigan University’s campus over a six-month period.

Eddie Curlin was identified as the suspect in a string of anti-black vandalism acts — a large “KKK” inscribed on one building and the N-word on another, with a message telling black students to leave the school.

The three incidents happened in September and October 2016 along with another this spring, sparking outrage throughout the school, located just southwest of Ann Arbor.

Campus police didn’t have much information until Wednesday, when the 29-year-old Curlin was arraigned in Washtenaw County District Court, according to a news release from the school.

Curlin — who attended Eastern Michigan from 2014 to early 2016 — was already in custody, serving a one-to-five jail sentence on unrelated stolen property charges, the release indicates. He was sentenced in that case in August, according to the Detroit Free Press.

The school noted campus police spent 1,080 hours on the investigation, reviewing 1,200 hours of surveillance video and conducting more than 60 interviews. The FBI and Michigan State Police chipped in to help.

The release didn’t indicate how the probe eventually led them to charge Curlin with malicious destruction of property, identity theft and using computers to commit a crime.

Nor did school officials dive deeply into a motive.

“It was totally self-serving, it was not driven by politics and it was not driven by race,” campus police Chief Robert Heighes told the Eastern Echo school newspaper. “It was an individual item done by one individual for all three major graffiti incidents on our campus.”

Heighes told local media the identity theft charge wasn’t tied to the graffiti, but arose during the investigation.

The police spent as much time and money trying to solve a graffiti case as they would have spent on a serious crime.

That’s pretty insane. It shows the power of blacks to control the agenda on campuses.

I have a new rule for the police to follow in these kinds of cases.

It’s easy to remember: The Dindu did it.

Follow the rule, solve the case, and save time and money.

Here’s how to catch the dindu, Mr. Po-lice man:

Breaking! Ohio State University Bans Richard Spencer from Speaking

This post was unplanned, but while researching my main post on Richard Spencer today, the following Newsweek item appeared in my list of Spencer stories.

Excerpt from Newsweek

Ohio State University has denied a request to rent space for white nationalist provocateur Richard Spencer to speak on campus, citing security concerns.

An appearance by Spencer at the University of Florida Friday sparked protests, with anti-racism demonstrators confronting white supremacists at the event and jeering at Spencer as he attempted to make a speech.

Three men who had reportedly been making Nazi salutes were arrested Friday and charged with attempted murder after firing at protesters at the event.

“The university has deemed that it is not presently able to accommodate Mr. [Cameron] Padgett’s request to rent space at the university due to substantial risk to public safety, as well as material and substantial disruption to the work and discipline of the university,” a lawyer representing Ohio State said in a letter to an attorney representing Spencer’s associates and obtained by the Associated Press.

Attorneys working for Spencer associate Padgett said they would launch a legal challenge to any attempt to prevent the planned appearance at Ohio State University.

Padgett sued Penn State University on Friday after officials rejected a request for Spencer to appear there, as well. The University of Cincinnati last week ultimately decided they would “uphold the First Amendment” and allow Spencer to speak, after a threat of a lawsuit from Bristow.

Eventually, Spencer will be speaking because OSU and PSU will lose in court.

Nonwhites Amazed that Richard Spencer Welcomed Them to Hear His Speech

Richard Spencer invited all students to hear his UF talk, not just whites or conservatives. Blacks couldn’t believe that Spencer would allow them to attend.

Of course Spencer would want nonwhites in the audience. The misrepresentation by the university of his belief system needed to be corrected by the presence of blacks who could hear him in person.

Excerpt from USA Today

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Two University of Florida students who attended white supremacist Richard Spencer’s Thursday speech said event organizers tried to keep out anyone who would not allow the white nationalist to speak.

Kristen Jackson, 19, said people who wore shirts bearing messages like “Black Lives Matter” or carried anti-Spencer signs were turned away at the somewhat secluded location where tickets were handed out. But the event was not just limited to white people.

“It did seem like there were more white students than non-white students but I don’t think they were basing it on that,” Jackson said. “It was more like, were you going to let Richard Spencer spout off whatever he wanted to say.”

Wallace Mazon, 23, had no trouble entering the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. Before making his attempt, he discarded a large sign he made and folded another in his pocket.

“They just let us get tickets,” Mazon said. “I just showed them my student ID and they let me in, which is surprising because I’m black.”

Mazon said Spencer’s security team became more selective as the event was about to start and the line for tickets grew longer. The pick-up location was vague, but an area where a large number of Florida Highway Patrol troopers had gathered marked the spot, he said.

“We were in the front of the line, that first group of people, so it was easy,” Mazon said. “And there were other groups that got in, like the Florida Young Democrats, which was crazy because they had brown and black people, too.”

People who were selectively denied access were thought to have led the protesters that swarmed the center just before the speech.

“I think if they saw they were leading people as they marched they didn’t get in,” Mazon said. “But I think at one point they were like, Eeny, meeny, miny, moe.”

Spencer himself published a Twitter message just before his staff handed out tickets that everyone was welcome to attend. The university initially planned to start distributing tickets the Saturday before the event. But Spencer’s organizers decided to hand out tickets themselves about an hour before the event after hearing word of Gainesville bars offering to trade them for free beer.

Richard Spencer Declares Victory After UF Speech

Richard Spencer has come out alive and uninjured from his University of Florida speech on Thursday. He’s also gotten millions of dollars of free publicity from the press coverage.

If reporters were hoping that violence would break out on a massive scale (and they were), they left disappointed.

I’ve put together the following in-depth article, the full video of Spencer’s talk, a short video with interviews of protesters and supporters, plus a handful of relevant White Nationalist Tweets.

Los Angeles Times

White nationalist Richard Spencer to noisy Florida protesters: You didn’t shut me down

Students and other audience members heavily booed white nationalist Richard Spencer on Thursday as he gave a speech at the University of Florida, where the atmosphere was tense but mostly peaceful as police in riot gear kept watch.

“We represent a new white America,” said one speaker who came onstage to introduce Spencer.

“Black lives matter,” student protesters responded. “Black lives matter! Black lives matter!”

Later, Spencer’s supporters, some of whom filled the front rows of the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, chanted back: “You will not replace us!”

“Go home, Spencer!” protesters intoned after Spencer began speaking.

“You are trying to stifle our free speech,” Spencer said as the crowd continuously booed and chanted through his speech, in which he recited his ideas about the “ideal” of a white nation.

Police and media helicopters circled over the area Thursday as hundreds of protesters marched in opposition to Spencer’s appearance. Demonstrators were met by a blockade of police wearing riot gear.

“From what I’ve learned, this guy just preaches hate,” said one of the marchers, LaMonte Kendrick, 22, of Gainesville. “What he says doesn’t make sense. It’s like the ’60s or something. Gainesville’s already had enough hate and racism in its history.”

Spencer’s last major public appearance with other white nationalists ended with a deadly riot in Charlottesville, Va., in August.

Spencer gained national prominence in recent years for his support of President Trump and for his views calling for a separate nation for white people. The apparent resurgence in white nationalism in the United States has sparked anti-supremacists to mobilize with their own efforts, including nonviolent demonstrations and pressure campaigns on companies providing services to white nationalists and sometimes violent attacks intended to drive them out of public spaces.

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Heads Up: Richard Spencer to Speak at UF at 2:30 Today as Hundreds of Cops Mass to Prevent Violence While Jews Stir the Pot

RICHARD SPENCER OF THE NATIONAL POLICY INSTITUTE.

The message the (((fake news media))) is spewing is that Richard Spencer is a threat. The universities and politicians have redefined hate to mean any opposition to your own destruction if you’re white.

Spencer’s positive message of white identity is in the same spirit as messages advocating for Mexican identity, black identity, Chinese identity, lgbt identity, and so forth. But when a white person notes that every group except whites is free in America to promote it’s group interests, that white person is labeled an extremist, a threat, and so forth.

Smart white college students in Florida should recognize that when this much effort is being made to demonize someone, then maybe that someone has something interesting to say.

Orlando Sentinel

GAINESVILLE — White nationalist Richard Spencer will speak today at the University of Florida, an event which has stoked fears on campus in light of the violence at an August rally in Charlottesville, Va.

Spencer’s National Policy Institute will host an event 2:30 p.m. at the Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

A group calling itself “No Nazis at UF” plans to protest outside the event and nearly 3,000 people had indicated on Facebook that they planned to participate as of Wednesday, Students also staged a sit-in at a student Senate meeting earlier in the week.

The anti-Spencer group had urged UF President W. Kent Fuchs to cancel the event, as did UF’s chapters of the United Faculty of Florida and Graduate Assistants United.

Spencer, they argued, represents a threat to safety on campus.

“We are disappointed that the individuals who advocate for a Spencer visit to campus have ignored the rights of thousands of employees to safety and dignity on the job,” UFF’s leadership wrote in an editorial published this month by The Gainesville Sun.

The university told students and staff that week that class will be in session today, though some tests times were adjusted and some buildings will only be accessible with university-issued IDs.

Students should expect a major police presence.

UF President W. Kent Fuchs said Wednesday he expected more than 500 law-enforcement officers to be on campus Thursday. The final tab to protect the event, he said, will likely top $600,000.

This week, Gov. Rick Scott declared a state of emergency in Alachua County, with an executive order that warned a “threat of a potential emergency is imminent.” The order allows local law-enforcement to partner with state and other agencies to provide security.

Spencer events on other campuses have sometimes prompted skirmishes between Spencer’s supporters and opponents, including “Antifa,” or anti-fascists. U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio and Fuchs urged people to boycott Spencer’s speech at UF.

Spencer has drawn added scrutiny since participating in an August rally in Charlottesville, during which white nationalist demonstrators marched with torches chanting slogans, including “Jews will not replace us” and the Nazi-inspired “blood and soil.”

Some wore or displayed swastikas or Ku Klux Klan imagery.

Spencer, who calls himself a protector of “the white majority,” is considered an extremist and a white supremacist by both the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center, which track hate groups.

W. Kent Fuchs, the president of UF, has a history of Tweets that kiss Jew ass. He may be a Jew. He looks like one. Whatever, he’s strongly against the free marketplace of ideas. Here’s his two minute message to America:

I’m obligated by a commitment to truth to restate that I have my suspicions about Richard Spencer. Let’s see how he does at UF.

Although Spencer is a long way from being a so-called Nazi, the Jews in Gainesville are exploiting muh Holocaust to seek favors from law enforcement. Like Spencer is going to firebomb a synagogue in broad daylight. LOL.

RABBI BERL GOLDMAN. KIKE AGITATOR.

WUFT

For Rabbi Berl Goldman, preparations for white nationalist Richard Spencer’s visit to the University of Florida have been going on for a while.

Goldman, the rabbi at the Lubavitch-Chabad Jewish Student and Community Center in Gainesville, said that hundreds of students and parents have contacted him expressing their anger and fear regarding Spencer’s appearance, scheduled for Oct. 19.

“It’s not a matter of if we are going to be affected,” Goldman said. “We are affected. I believe all of humanity — decent people of all religions, races, colors, men, women and children — are affected by this.”

The rabbi said local Jewish organizations and law enforcement have held several meetings to prepare.

Goldman said he specifically has been in touch with the Gainesville and university police departments as well as federal law enforcement. He said UF and its president, Kent Fuchs, have also been proactive during the past few months in preparing.

Chabad has multiple cameras installed throughout its building to monitor activity on a daily basis. The center is putting in place additional security measures, but they are known only by members of the internal staff.

“We take this extremely seriously,” Goldman said, “because we know we are a target.”

Chabad is a safe haven for many students, and it will continue to be so throughout the event, Goldman said.

“We hope to overwhelm darkness with light,” Goldman said. “Each person can do something to counter this in the right way.”

Goldman said he prefers to not call Spencer by name, and he refers to Spencer’s organization, the National Policy Institute, as the “group coming to campus.”

Pennsylvania police investigating RACIST PUMPKINS

The rebellion by white youths against political correctness continues. So does the overreaction by public school officials who are tasked with keeping blacks from starting a race war on school grounds.

One day a big American high school is going to explode into violence resulting in multiple deaths. They’re a tinderbox.

Meanwhile, every school day diversity holds back white students who are bullied, beaten, and intimidated. Their stories never make the news. Instead, the press focuses on trivial crap like pumpkin carvings done off campus on student’s own time.

And the police are called in to “investigate,” meaning terrorize the white students into submitting to diversity.

This cannot be allowed to stand.

NBC Philadelphia

High School Students Pose With Swastika & KKK Pumpkins

The photo shows current and former Coatesville Area High School students posing with pumpkins with the “KKK” symbol and a swastika carved into them.

A Chester County school district called a photo of students posing with pumpkins bearing a swastika and the letters KKK “reprehensible and intolerable.”

“We are extremely disappointed that any of our students would display this kind of hatred and vile behavior,” a school district spokesperson said.

“It’s reprehensible and intolerable, and this photo causes deep sadness and concern. We work extremely hard to promote a tolerant, respectful, inclusive learning environment, and this is in direct opposition to everything we stand for and believe in.”

Three current students from the Coatesville Area High School were shown smiling in the photo, which made the rounds on social media this week. One of the people pictured is a former student, a school spokesperson said.

The photo was not taken on school grounds or during school hours, according to the school district.

On Wednesday, several people could be seen standing outside the high school holding signs that read “Not funny” and “It’s not a joke!” One parent told NBC10 her daughter and other students were planning to walk out in protest, but school security prevented them from going outside.

Meanwhile, officials condemned the photos and turned them over to police. School officials also contacted parents of the students who were pictured.

The photo follows another recent controversy at Coatesville Area High School in which members of the school’s cross country team took a photo of a doll hanging from the ceiling inside a locker room.

The superintendent of the Coatesville Area School District said the students responsible claimed it was a foolish prank with no intent of racial intimidation. School officials are still considering possible disciplinary action against the students involved in the so-called prank.

The school district will continue to investigate the pumpkin incident and also work with other groups, including the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, Mid-Atlantic Equity Center and NAACP this week to have conversations with students about racism, a spokesperson said.

I looked at the way this story was reported on two more news sites. They always say there’s a firestorm or there’s outrage, but they never document this claim, except sometimes with a couple of quotes from blacks.

Who gives a f*ck what blacks have to say? Until they clean up their own culture they have no right to tell white youths what they can and can not do.