White Sharia Featured in Three Prominent Profiles Over Last Two Days

Newsweek, SPLC Hatewatch, and the Jewish Forward have all come out with articles on White Sharia within the last day or two. I’ve posted the Newsweek article in full, followed by an excerpt from the SPLC. The Forward offers nothing not found in the other two.

The debate around White Sharia will determine the future direction and success of White Nationalism.

Newsweek

White supremacists want to take over everything — even the thing they hate the most: Islam’s Sharia Law.

White Sharia—as coined by a former Marine blogger—is still anti-Muslim, but seizes on orthodox Islam’s ideal of obedient women and turns it into its own movement, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups.

White Sharia started as an online meme by Sacco Vandal, the ex-soldier and white supremacist, who wrote on his blog that feminists and a falling American patriarchy are resulting in men losing their “barbarity.”

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UC Berekely Instructor APOLOGIZES to Jews for Sharing Anti-Jewish Memes

HATEM BAZIAN. JUST A GUY WHO LIKES A GOOD LAUGH.

Actually, from the small amount of research I did on Bazian, I don’t think he likes white Americans any better than he likes Jews.

He does have a sense of humor, however.

Jewish Forward

A professor at the University of California, Berkeley has apologized for sharing Twitter memes that the university said “crossed the line” into anti-Semitism.

Hatem Bazian, a lecturer in the department of ethnic studies, retweeted a status with two offending images. One showed an Orthodox Jewish man smiling and raising his arms above the caption: “I can now kill, rape, smuggle organs & steal the land of Palestinians.” The other showed North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un wearing a kippah, saying that he had converted to Judaism with the caption: “Donald Tlump: Now my nukes are legal & I can annex South Korea & you need to start paying me 34 billion a year in welfare.”

Bazian told J., the Jewish News of Northern California that he had not carefully examined the text of the tweet before retweeting it while traveling. “As a Palestinian, my issue is with Zionism … and not with Judaism or Jews,” he added.

“The image in the tweet and the framing relative to Judaism and conversion was wrong and offensive and not something that reflects my position, be it in the past or the present,” Bazian told J. “In the future, I will make sure to include that retweets don’t represent an agreement or support for the ideas that are shared and only my own postings reflect my positions on issues.”

University spokesman Dan Mogulof criticized Bazian for the tweet.

“While we do not believe that all criticism of Israel’s governmental policies is inherently anti-Semitic, the social media posts in question clearly crossed the line, and we are pleased they have been deleted,” Mogulof said.

(As of Sunday, the retweet is still up.)

As a graduate student, Bazian co-founded Students for Justice in Palestine, the leading pro-Palestinian campus group.

Bazian drew controversy for an anti-Israel protest he led as a graduate student in 2002, when he asked Berkeley students to “to take a look at the type of names on the building around campus — Haas, Zellerbach — and decide who controls this university.”

This is what Jews think of Bazian:

And then we have this:

And this:

Lifesize Wax Hitler in Museum Sparks Outrage from Antisemitism Groups

People visiting a museum in Indonesia wanted to have their picture taken with a wax Adolf Hitler.

The result was outrage coming from Jews, who have successfully gotten AH removed from display.

(((They))) can force the removal of certain Hitler and Nazi things, but the memes will live on. I’ve inserted a few for your viewing pleasure.

Sky News

A life-size figure of Hitler standing against a backdrop of Auschwitz concentration camp has been removed from an Indonesian waxwork museum following international outrage.

The museum in the city of Yogyakarta had allowed visitors to take selfies next to the display since 2014.

The museum’s marketing officer defended it in recent days after condemnation from human rights groups.

“No visitors complained about it,” he said.

“Most of our visitors are having fun because they know this is just an entertainment museum… Let people judge whether the character is good or bad.”

However, the De Mata Trick Eye Museum confirmed on Saturday that the display had been removed.

“We don’t want to attract outrage,” said operations manager Jamie Misbah. “Our purpose to display the Hitler figure in the museum is to educate.”

The exhibit had been positioned next to a figure of Darth Vader and opposite a waxwork of Indonesian President Joko Widodo.

Human Rights Watch had called the exhibit “sickening” and prominent anti-Semitism group The Simon Wiesenthal Centre demanded it be taken down.

“Everything about it is wrong. It’s hard to find words for how contemptible it is,” said the centre’s Rabbi Abraham Cooper.

“The background is disgusting. It mocks the victims who went in and never came out.”

Almost a million Jews were murdered at Auschwitz after being rounded up from around Europe and herded unaware into the gas chambers.

The museum’s display featured the Auschwitz entrance with the infamous slogan “Arbeit Macht Frei” (“Work Sets You Free”).

A Nazi-themed cafe, where waiters wore SS uniforms and pictures of Hitler adorned the walls, also closed in the Indonesian city of Bandung in January.

It came after years of controversy and reported death threats against the owner.

Human Rights Watch Indonesia researcher Andreas Harsono said the Nazi exhibits showed anti-Jewish sentiment in the world’s biggest Muslim nation was more widespread than thought.

Mr Harsono said the Israel-Palestine situation had fed anti-Jewish feelings in the country for decades.

Historians have also pointed to a lack of education in Indonesia about the horrors of the Holocaust and the persecution of the Jews during the war.

University Says “It’s OK to be white” Message is NOT OK

NOT OK. NONWHITES BE FEELIN’ DA BUTTHURT.

Police in Cambridge, Massachusetts are investigating stickers with the words “It’s OK to be white” on them.

Why the stickers should be a police matter is unclear.

Daily Caller

Unidentified individuals or groups posted stickers saying “it’s okay to be white” around Cambridge, Mass. Wednesday morning.

Police were sent to investigate the matter, and officials asked the Department of Public Works to remove the stickers. The stickers were posted “on light poles and electrical boxes around Cambridge Common and Harvard Square” in the heart of Cambridge, close to Harvard University, The Boston Globe reported.

One Cambridge public works employee told The Globe he had scraped off about 20 of the stickers, and the police said they “received a tip from a resident about ‘a number of stickers’ in the Common.”

The Cambridge sticker incident comes one day after a paper saying “it’s okay to be white” was taped to the front door of a building at the University of Alberta. Native Studies Dean Chris Andersen tore the piece of paper down before “too many people saw it,” apparently seeing it as an offensive act aimed at his department or East Asian Studies.

“It’s juvenile, but these are the kinds of petty imbecilities that are symbolic of feelings of fragility and frailty present in mainstream society,” Andersen told Metro News Edmonton.

“This was not directed at me, I don’t need people to tell me it’s okay to be white,” said graduate student Jan Buterman. “It’s okay to be human, and this is just bullshit.”

The university labeled the incidents as racist, and told the public that statements like “it’s okay to be white” would not be tolerated.

University President David Turpin said “the university is aware of several incidents of racism that have occurred on north campus in recent days.”

“Messaging or displays that target or marginalize any individuals or groups will not be tolerated. We are working with University of Alberta Protective Services to find the parties responsible,” Turpin said in a statement that also referred to a “racist” pumpkin incident.

Metro News suggests that the poster was meant to troll left-wing groups, citing a chat room post that read, “Based on past media response to similar messaging, we expect the anti-white media to produce a shit-storm about these ‘racist, hateful, bigoted fliers’… with a completely innocuous message.”

Indeed, this episode of fine trolling can help get the word out that universities are hotbeds of anti-white racism, as if more evidence is needed.

Stray Dog Versus Refugee: Your Choice

Seen at Frenemy of the State’s Twitter

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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Netanyahu’s Son Goes Full-Blown NAZI

Oy vey! Who would know better what the Jews are up to than the son of Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu. Yair Netanyahu, Bibi’s son, is clearly not happy with what the Jews are doing to his Jew father. Hence, the meme above that he posted on his Facebook (now removed as you can see below).

Haaretz

Yair Netanyahu, the son of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, posted an image on his Facebook page Saturday that seems to suggest a conspiracy is behind his family’s growing legal problems. The meme is laden with anti-Semitic imagery.

The meme, captioned “the food chain,” features a photo of George Soros dangling the world in front of a reptilian creature, who dangles an alchemy symbol in front of a caricature of a figure reminiscent of the anti-Semitic “happy merchant” image.

The other figures in the chain are former Prime Minister Ehud Barak, anti-Netanyahu protest leader Eldad Yaniv and Meni Naftali, a former chief caretaker at the Netanyahus’ official residence who implicated Sara Netanyahu in the case she is being indicted in.

David Duke, a former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, tweeted the following in an apparent show of support for Yair Netanyahu:

Soros, a Hungarian-born Jewish American billionaire, has spent a large part of his fortune funding pro-democracy and human rights groups. Among the organizations he funds is Human Rights Watch, a frequent critic of Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and its policies toward the Palestinians. The images of Soros and the reptile evoke anti-Semitic conspiracy theories claiming that Jews control the world.

The neo-Nazi Daily Stormer also posted an article regarding the meme entitled “Netanyahu’s Son Posts Awesome Meme Blaming the Jews for Bringing Down his Jew Father,” in which they called Yair Netanyahu “a total bro.”

This version of the meme seems to have originated on a right-wing Facebook page. The meme is nearly identical to, and appears to be adapted from, a viciously anti-Semitic image that has been repeatedly posted across the internet in recent years on racist and conspiracy-theory message boards. 

Like most memes, it is impossible to determine who originally created it. In one instance, it was posted by a white supremacist named John de Nugent with the title “Illuminatus Jew Dumb American Burger” in its URL. 

In the original version of the meme, the first figure in the “food chain” is an obese walrus in an American flag T-shirt tempted by a hamburger dangled in front of him. Behind the man is an Orthodox Jew motivated by money, controlled by the same Illuminati figure featured in the cartoon that Netanyahu posted, with the same giant lizard looming over them all.

The Southern Poverty Law Center describes de Nugent as “a prolific writer who has worked with numerous hate groups including the neo-Nazi National Alliance and the Holocaust-denying Barnes Review. De Nugent has run for elected office, and has even vowed to one day become president. While maintaining racist views about numerous racial and ethnic groups, de Nugent is particularly anti-Semitic, believing that the Jews are, along with nefarious space aliens, intent on exterminating the Aryan race.”

After Haaretz published a report about his meme, Yair Netanyahu dismissed the claim that he is anti-Semitic and accused the newspaper of being exactly that.

Barak, who is depicted in the meme chasing money, suggested that Yair Netanyahu should see a psychiatrist. “Is this what the kid hears at home?” he said. “Is it genetics, or a spontaneous mental illness? It doesn’t matter. In any case, we should fund his psychiatrist instead of security guards and a driver.”

Labor leader Avi Gabbay, also on Twitter, said: “It’s a particularly sad day for Israel when a caricature that’s endorsed by the head of the KKK emerges from the home of the prime minister of the Jewish state.”

MK Zehava Galon (Meretz) added that “motifs in the Netanyahu family are anti-Semitic par excellence.” MK Merav Ben Ari (Kulanu) said that “this post deserves all manners of condemnation, from the left and the right. I’m on the right.”

Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit announced Friday that Sara Netanyahu would be indicted for fraud and breach of trust. She is to be charged with spending 359,000 shekels ($102,000) in state funds on catering at the prime minister’s official residence, while falsely claiming that the house did not employ a cook. The indictment is subject to a hearing, whose date has not yet been announced.

Prime Minister Netanyahu has accused Naftali, the last link in Yair Netanyahu’s meme, of inflating spending on food during his tenure as chief caretaker of the official residence.