Asian Teacher Who Punched a Neo-Nazi Says It Isn’t a Crime


In general, courts do not like novel legal theories.

Professional agitator Yvette Felarca has proposed a novel legal theory. If you violently attack a person that she considers to be a fascist, then all is well since you’ve done nothing criminal.

In all honesty, this Filipina (or whatever ethnicity she is) may pick up one paycheck from the public school system, but she surely picks up cash on the side from her gig as a loud-mouthed agitator for Communist causes. Soros money?

Huffington Post

A middle school teacher in Berkeley, California, accused of punching a neo-Nazi during a 2016 protest is arguing that standing up to fascism is not a crime.

Yvette Felarca, 47, was arrested last month for her involvement in a June 2016 anti-fascist demonstration held in Sacramento.

Felarca, who is a member of an activist group called By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), has been charged with felony assault, as well as two misdemeanor counts of inciting and participating in a riot, according to KPIX TV.

Footage of the demonstration appears to show Felarca repeatedly punching a member of the Traditionalist Worker Party, a white nationalist group described as ”a front for neo-Nazi sympathizers” by ABC 10. The taller man is holding up his hands while trying to get police officers to help. Other protesters drag the man to the ground before the police intervene.

At her arraignment last week, Felarca told the court that the charges against her are false and should be dropped.

“Standing up against fascism and the rise of Nazism and fascism in this country is not a crime,” she said. “We have the right to defend ourselves.”

Back in 2016, Felarca told reporters that the goal of the demonstration was to “shut down the Nazi scum.”

“They are organizing to attack and kill us,” she said at the time, according to Al Jazeera. “So we have a right to self-defense. … That is why we have to shut them down by any means necessary.”

Felarca told the Los Angeles Times back then that her group’s protest was a success because it chased away the neo-Nazis and kept them from recruiting new members.

Felarca’s next scheduled court date is Oct. 4.

She is scheduled to teach at her Berkeley middle school when the students return later this month and cannot be legally fired unless she is convicted of a felony, according to KPIX TV.

Tucker was a little off his game in this interview with Felarca.

Read an earlier saboteur post on BAMN and Felarca here.


Judge: Trump Incited Violence Against Protesters At Kentucky Rally



A judge has ruled that President Donald Trump incited a white mob to assault a black woman protester at one of his campaign rallies last year.

In all my years, I don’t think I’ve ever seen or heard such nonsense.

It’s all political. It’s being orchestrated by judges who have an ax to grind with President Trump. It’s being orchestrated by the SPLC, and ultimately George Soros.

As I’ve repeatedly written, there is no rule of law in America any more. There are only political hacks trying to overthrow the people, the white founding stock. That some of those trying to overthrow us are white makes it even worse.

Talking Points Memo

A federal judge in Kentucky is allowing a lawsuit by three protesters assaulted at a Donald Trump campaign rally last March to move forward, agreeing with the plaintiffs that Trump’s call from the podium for his supporters to “get ’em out of here” incited rally-goers to physically attack them.

The three protesters have sued Trump for incitement, vicarious liability, negligence, gross negligence, and recklessness.

The opinion, from U.S. District Judge David J. Hale of the Western District of Kentucky, denied most of Trump’s motion to dismiss the charges, saying that his angry demand for the removal of the protesters was “particularly reckless.”

He cites testimony from one of the assailants—a known member of a white nationalist group—saying he began shoving the young African American woman protester after hearing Trump’s call to “get them out.”

A video of the incident went viral last year:

Though Trump’s lawyers argue his words were protected speech under the First Amendment, the court disagreed. “It is plausible that Trump’s direction to ‘get ’em out of here’ advocated the use of force,” Judge Hale wrote. “It was an order, an instruction, a command…Trump’s statement at least implicitly encouraged the use of violence or lawless action.”

The judge did not agree, however, that Trump should be held “vicariously liable” for his supporters’ physical assault. Hale noted that the men who attacked the protesters were not employed by the Trump campaign and were not under his direct control during the rally.

The term fake news has become a standard theme with us. Now the term fake judges should also be adopted. This lawsuit should have been dismissed.

David J. Hale is an Obama judge, according to Wikipedia.

White Nationalists Protest Anti-White Hate Crime in Chicago (Video)

From the planting of small acorns, giant oak trees grow. The small protest seen in the video below has the potential to grow into something significant and powerful.

The ADL describes the Traditionalist Workers Partyand its plans for the Republican convention in Cleveland last summer:

The Traditionalist Worker Party is an anti-Semitic, white supremacist group run by Matthew Heimbach and Matt Parrott. They report­edly filed per­mits to march in Cleve­land but later announced alternative plans. Heimbach showed up outside the convention anyway, voicing his disapproval for Trump, whose policies “don’t go far enough” in advancing white nationalism, and urging followers to write in George Lincoln Rockwell, founder of the American Nazi Party.

This video shows the group’s protest of the kidnapping, beating, and torture of Austin Hilbourn in Chicago last week.


Posted on January 9, 2017
by Matt Parrott
TradWorker was honored to team up with the Nationalist Front, the National Socialist Movement, and a strong showing of some trusty TRS shitlords to respond to the brutal kidnapping and torture of a young White man in Chicago earlier this week. It was something of a victory rally, as public pressure has forced the hands of the anti-White system already.

The local government wanted to hide it, downplay it, and under-prosecute it. The national media wanted to silence it. Then when that failed, the national media tried for a spell to re-frame it as having to do with the man’s disability rather than his whiteness. They tried to insist that it’s apolitical, since they weren’t wearing #BlackLivesMatter uniforms while they repeated Black Lives Matter talking points as they tortured him. Finally, after the popular outcry reached a fever pitch, Barack Obama came out for the first time ever to explicitly denounce an anti-white hate crime, confirming it was a hate crime to be perceived and punished as such.

Disgustingly, Donald Trump remained silent as one of our own was nearly murdered. Not that Obama willingly denounced Austin Hilbourn’s kidnapping and torture as a hate crime, but at least under pressure he did speak. It’s time for Trump to do the same.

White Nationalist Matt Heimbach Charged for Shoving BLM Negro at Trump Rally

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There’s a very clear video embedded at the bottom of this post of Matt and others pushing a black female protester out of a Trump rally in Louisville last March.

People in crowds are pushed every day. Recall the insane pushing that takes place where stores open on Black Friday. If the kind of pushing seen here is criminal, then let the law be equally enforced against everyone. There’ll be a hundred blacks arrested for every white person if light pushing is deemed criminal.


LOUISVILLE, Ky., (WDRB) – A white nationalist and two other men are facing criminal charges after they were caught on video shoving a black female protester through the crowd at a rally for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in Louisville in March, according to police.

Criminal summonses have been issued for Matthew Heimbach, a leader with the white supremacist Traditionalist Youth Network; Alvin Bamberger, a 75-year-old Ohio resident who was wearing a uniform associated with the Korean War Veterans Association; and Indiana resident Joseph Pryor.

All three men have been charged with harassment with physical contact of Shiya Nwanguma, said Alicia Smiley, a spokeswoman for the Louisville Metro Police Department. The charge is a misdemeanor.

A criminal summons is signed by a judge and states the crime the person has been accused of and orders them to appear in court. However it is unclear if the summonses have been served or when the men have been scheduled to appear in Jefferson District Court. All three men live out of state.

Josh Abner, a spokesman for the Jefferson County Attorney’s office, said he could not confirm or deny that the criminal summonses had been issued. There is no case file until the person charged appears in court.

Nwanguma, a University of Louisville student, was seen being pushed and shoved out of the audience in a video that went viral.

Nwanguma claims she was protesting non-violently by carrying a sign depicting Trump’s face on the body of a pig. She filed a lawsuit against the men and Trump alleging she was called racist and sexist slurs and repeatedly assaulted.

Heimbach and Bamberger both shoved and struck her, according to the lawsuit. Pryor is not mentioned in the lawsuit. Other media publications have said Pryor was an aspiring Marine who was reportedly discharged because of the incident.

Four other protesters at the Trump rally filed criminal complaints with Louisville Metro Police, but prosecutors declined to press charges in those alleged incidents, according to Smiley.

Heimbach has said publicly he’s looking out for the white race. On his website, he explained that Nwanguma was trying to create a disturbance.

Nwanguma told WFPL that people were already trying to take the signs from her hands when Trump saw her from the podium and told the crowd to get her out.

“And then that’s when everybody started to attack me,” she said. “There were some pretty awful things said. I was called the N-word. I was called the C-word.”

This story is also covered at SPLC Hatewatch.

SPLC Interview with Matt Heimbach on White Nationalism Went Well

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The SPLC has published parts of an interview with someone they have labeled a hater. Matt Heimbach first came to our attention a few years ago when he tried to start a white student union.

This interview refers to the attack on white nationalists in Sacramento last Sunday by BAMN, By Any Means Necessary, the violent Trotskyite group. Matt is reasoned and articulate.

Excerpt from SPLC interview with Matt Heimbach

What happened this weekend at your rally in Sacramento?

[The antifascist protesters] showed up with weapons and attacked our guys in premeditated attempted murder. I mean, the cops retrieved a gun from the scene that was knocked out of the hands of one of the antifascists. So when you’re bringing guns, you’re bringing knives, you’re bringing baseball bats, you’re bringing bottles –– you can watch the videos of them breaking off chunks of concrete to throw –– this was premeditated.

Why were you holding the rally?

This was a rally for freedom of speech both for nationalists here and around the world. The fact that our free speech rally was attacked by the supposed forces of tolerance I think indicates the importance of rallies like this. We are solidifying a political movement to be able to advocate for our faith, our family, and our folk. That’s our primary objective.

This isn’t the first time a protest you’ve organized has turned violent, or that you’ve been linked to violence. Why is that?

These forces talk about tolerance. They talk about freedom of expression. They talk about all these sorts of things. But there wouldn’t have been violence if they had not attacked us. If they had simply stood behind a police barricade they could have tried to drown out our message. They could have simply ignored us and held a rally for their own political agenda, and no one would have gotten hurt. But they organized political terrorism in a premeditated fashion and brought deadly weapons to this event to try and stop our freedom of speech, to stop our freedom of assembly, our First Amendment rights, and to stop our message of nationalism. It seems to be a pretty clear-cut thing of attempted political intimidation and a violation of our civil rights.

There has been some debate since this weekend about whether you are a Nazi. Are you?

That term is a slur has been thrown around since the 1920s. It wasn’t even accurate then, let alone accurate to describe nationalists in America in the current year. If we were to start discussing National Socialism, the Vietnamese regime identifies as a form of left wing national socialism. The Venezuelan revolution is to a certain degree a form of National Socialism. The Bolivian revolution. The eastern Ukrainians that use the hammer and sickle are Social Nationalists. I mean, that term, you guys throw it around so much and it applies to both the left and right and center when it comes to taking care of your nation and your people. It cannot be defined simply by a 12-year period in Germany during the 20th century. It has more far-ranging geopolitical and economic applications.

Already, though, your groups TYN and TWP have attracted a good bit of interest on the racist right in the United States. This morning, you were interviewed by former Klansman Don Black on Stormfront Radio. What did you hope to achieve from the interview?

Being invited on to discuss this issue I think is crucial to be able to promote white unity, to promote our movement, understanding that we have a political avenue to win political control in regions where we organize. We need a mixed multimedia approach. We need to be able to do outreach through all these different forms –– from music, to our shows, to our articles. But it also must be matched with organizing communities, providing community aid and organizing to run political races. It’s crucial we have a multifaceted approach.

This interview will not be widely read, but if it were, then more people would see that White Nationalism is not about hate. Matt and David Duke are both articulate, reasoned spokesmen for the cause, as are others. But they get the interviews with the press.

Radical, Violent BAMN (By Any Means Necessary) Set to Shut Down Politically Incorrect Thought, including Donald Trump

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BAMN is the leftist Trotsky group that attacked the White Nationalist “Nazis” in Sacramento, California on Sunday, June 27.

The FBI calls them a terrorist group, but they seem to be able to move freely around the U.S. with no restrictions, inciting violence and using the legal system to shut down views that are not radically egalitarian.

They plan to be present at the Republican convention in Cleveland in order to shut it down. Their ultimate goal is the complete annihilation of the white race and of everything white, such as Christianity, Constitutional government, the family, and more.

NO “FREE SPEECH” FOR FASCISTS! Mass, militant demonstration shuts down Sacramento Neo-Nazi rally!


No Racist Organizing in California!
No “Free Speech” for Fascists!
• No Racist Demagogy! No Anti-Muslim Bigotry! No National Chauvinism, Fear Mongering, or Immigrant Scapegoating!
• Latina/o, Black, Native American, Arab, Asian, and White, Immigrants With and Without Papers, We are ALL Californians!
• Open the Borders! Full Citizenship Rights for All Undocumented Immigrants, Refugees, and Asylum-Seekers Now!
• Build the New Independent, Integrated, Mass Militant Youth-Led Civil Rights and Immigrant Rights Movement!

The group recruits students in elementary through college classes, so they are young, healthy, and energetic.

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Five Stabbed, 10 Injured: Peaceful White Nationalists Attacked by Leftist Thugs, Media Puts Usual “Nazi” Spin on Violence


Let’s explore this story at CNN and at the Sacramento Bee. As I write, I’m listening to the CNN video reporting that the SPLC has labeled the peaceful white working class people attacked as a “hate group.”

The media lies are BIG on this one.

I just heard a f*cking gook or Mexican woman say that whites are not welcome and if they don’t like it they can f*cking die, or something along those lines.

Race war now!

Uh, no.

That’s exactly the excuse that NegrObama wants to impose martial law, shut down the Internet, imprison tens of thousands of people like myself, and … who knows what else he would do. Suspend the election?

Our people did things legally, but in the end were denied the right to speak. We will bandage our cuts and bruises and keep pressing forward.


Link to Traditional Workers Party, the group attacked on Sunday


Ten people were injured Sunday after violence broke out between a white supremacist group and counter-protesters, said authorities in Sacramento, California.

Two of the injured had critical stab wounds, Sacramento Fire Department spokesman Chris Harvey said.

The nine men and one woman were between 19 and 58, the fire department said in a tweet, and all had multiple stab and laceration wounds. One of the injured refused to go to the hospital, Harvey said. It was not clear how many remained hospitalized Sunday night.

The Traditionalist Worker Party, or TWP, whose leader describes it as a “white nationalist” group, had a permit for a noon rally near the state Capitol, said Officer George Granada, California Highway Patrol public information officer with the Capitol Protection Division.

Another group showed up “to stop them from carrying on their permit,” he said.

“They (counter-protesters) showed up ahead of time in a large group, probably 300 or more,” Granada said. “They were positioned around the Capitol to stop them (TWP demonstrators) from carrying on their permit.”

Around 11:45 a.m. PT, TWP members and supporters came out to a location south of the Capitol building, he said. It’s unclear how many TWP members participated, but they were clearly outnumbered.

“At that point the word spread pretty quick and a mob ran in that direction and they clashed immediately with each other,” he said.

Video showed people running and being pursued by others with sticks. Some of the people hid their faces with scarves and masks.

The victims had stab wounds that required critical medical care, said Sacramento Police Department Officer Matt McPhail. Their conditions were not immediately known but it’s believed the injuries were not life-threatening. Other people had scrapes and bruises that didn’t require hospitalization.

It was unclear which groups the injured were associated with, McPhail said.

Yvette Felarca, who said she was a member of the group By Any Means Necessary, told CNN she came out to let people know that racist and anti-immigrant viewpoints would not be tolerated.

“They’re not welcome,” she said of the TWP rally. “If they trip and fall in the process, good. We succeeded in shutting them down.”

Matthew Heimbach, leader of the Traditionalist Worker Party, was not at the rally but told CNN that TWP members armed themselves with knives, with blades within the California legal limit. He said they’d been threatened on social media forums. An affiliate group, the Golden State Skinheads, joined them for the rally, he said.

The TWP was charged by a group that describes itself as anti-fascist, he said.

“The anti-fascists used knives, bottles, bricks, and chunks of concrete they broke off a construction site. When they attacked, our men defended themselves to be able to drive the attackers off,” he said.

Heimbach said two “comrades” were hurt — one stabbed and the other hit in the face with a bottle.

And now let’s check the reporting at the Sacramento Bee. One of their reporters stood up to the Communists when he was ordered by them to leave. He was attacked for resisting.

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