KKK Rejects Faggotized Alt-Right and Neo-Nazi Daily Stormer

The Klan can’t get a foothold on the Internet due to censorship.

Newsweek spotlights the success of the alt-right in growing its membership versus the failure of the Klan to be relevant today.

Excerpt from Newsweek

The “alt-right” has Breitbart. The neo-Nazis and white nationalists have The Daily Stormer.

The Ku Klux Klan, these days, has flyers and a hotline.

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Richard Spencer Takes Leading Role in Formation of New Effort to Unite the Alt-Right

Richard Spencer is keeping his name in the news. This time through the creation of a new umbrella group for pro-white organizations. He calls it Operation Homeland.

Jewish Forward

A group of “alt-right” white nationalist activists are banding together to form a new organization called Operation Homeland — making a bid to both further professionalize their movement and align themselves with the international “Identitarian” movement, a style of white nationalism with roots in the European far-right.

Richard Spencer, one of the country’s foremost white nationalists, is organizing the project.

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Richard Spencer Turns from Race to Anti-Capitalist Economics

RICHARD SPENCER. NOT A FAN OF CONSERVATIVE ECONOMICS.

Richard Spencer held an NPI (National Policy Institute) Conference at a Maryland winery he had rented for November 19. As has been widely reported, apparently the owners of the venue stopped the conference before it could be concluded and demanded that everyone leave.

A leftist reporter infiltrated the conference and reports what he saw and heard. What should be clear from the article is that the alt-right is not traditional conservatism, with its pro-big business bias.

Excerpt from The Nation

When we finally got to the winery that Spencer’s National Policy Institute had booked, Mike Enoch of the Daily Shoah podcast, who promulgated the slur “dindu nuffins” for African Americans, was holding forth on the horrors of “corporate neoliberalism.”

MIKE ENOCH.

Although I’m not convinced that the alt-right is a psyop designed to control and suppress a true white nationalist mass movement, it is wise to be suspicious of Spencer, et. al.

According to their own words, the alt-right leadership is seeking an alliance with the far left, with hostility toward free-market economics as the glue that would hold the two sides together.

Like I said, be skeptical.

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Richard Spencer Leads Protest Outside White House Surrounded by Cops

RICHARD SPENCER LOOKING DAPPER IN SUNGLASSES, SCARF, AND CAP.

I went to the Daily Mail in order to down vote the anti-white comments and up vote the pro-white comments.

Daily Mail

Police were on alert Sunday afternoon after a small group of self-proclaimed ‘alt-right’ protesters led by white nationalist Richard Spencer gathered in front of the White House.

The group was met by a group of counter protesters and a heavy police presence.

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Andrew Anglin’s Lawyers Ask Court to Dismiss (((Tanya Gersh))) Lawsuit on First Amendment Grounds

TANYA GERSH. THE PLAINTIFF HAS HELP FROM THE SPLC.

MASTER TROLL ANDREW ANGLIN.

Motions and countermotions fly back and forth in lawsuits. In my case against the university, there were about 50 or more, each one costing me around $3,000 to file. The Daily Stormer’s Andrew Anglin has $150,000 to play with. Money doesn’t go far when there are lawyers around.

If Anglin is controlled opposition, then perhaps the purpose of the Daily Stormer has been to obtain a legal ruling that narrows the protections offered by the First Amendment.

Gersh is a sympathetic defendant, claiming that Anglin’s words and those of his followers have left her frightened, unable to sleep, unable to work, and so forth.

Most of the time these kinds of lawsuits are dismissed, as Anglin is requesting through his lawyers. However, if it goes to trial, that’s a bad sign for free speech in America.

Washington Post

The founder of a popular neo-Nazi website who was sued after he called on his readers and followers to “troll storm” a Jewish Realtor from Montana is arguing that his actions are protected by free speech.

Andrew Anglin, founder of the Daily Stormer, has asked a federal court in Montana to dismiss a lawsuit that Tanya Gersh filed against him last spring. In court records filed last week, Anglin’s attorneys said that the First Amendment “is blind to viewpoint” and that the Constitution protects Anglin’s right to express his views about Gersh, “no matter how many people find those views intolerable.”

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Investigation Reveals Failure of Charlottesville Police to Protect People During White Nationalist Rally

After looking at several versions of the story reporting on the investigation into the Charlottesville police department’s failings, I could find nothing about the role played by the city’s Jewish mayor in inciting violence.

Mayor Mike Signer’s Jewish privilege has apparently gotten him a pass. Signer, in this writer’s humble opinion, was the typical Jew wanting chaos. In this case, he hoped the chaos would be blamed on White Nationalists, which it was to a large degree.

If the report won’t call out Signer, we will. He’s a scumbag liberal Jew aiming for higher office. He’s a skunk, not to be trusted or hold any position of responsibility.

MIKE SIGNER, GUILTY JEW MAYOR OF CHARLOTTESVILLE.

Here’s the story of the report that damns Chalottesville.

NPR

An independent review of Charlottesville’s handling of the white nationalist rally there in August found that law enforcement and city officials made several significant mistakes, resulting in violence and distrust.

The city commissioned the report, which was prepared by Timothy Heaphy, a former U.S. attorney in Virginia. In conducting the investigation, Heaphy said his team pored through hundreds of thousands of documents, interviewed hundreds of witnesses, and reviewed countless hours of video and audio.

The resulting 220-page report is a detailed record of the chaos and conflict that unspooled in the Virginia college town. It is unsparing in identifying the errors authorities made that day and in the preceding months.

The city failed to protect either free expression or public safety, the report finds: “This represents a failure of one of government’s core functions — the protection of fundamental rights. Law enforcement also failed to maintain order and protect citizens from harm, injury, and death. Charlottesville preserved neither of those principles on August 12, which has led to deep distrust of government within this community.”

The “most tragic manifestation” of the failure to protect public safety was the death of 32-year-old Heather Heyer, the report says.

LUMBERING LAND WHALE HEATHER HEYER.

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(((Tanya Gersh’s))) Lawsuit Could Shut Down the Daily Stormer Permanently and Impoverish Andrew Anglin

CNET has updated a story first published in July to cover the latest on Tanya Gersh’s lawsuit against Andrew Anglin.

I’m excerpting the latter part of the long article, which is the part you’re the least likely to be familiar with.

I recall thinking a year ago when Anglin “trolled” Gersh that he must have a death wish for his site and his finances. A jury isn’t going to be sympathetic to a Nazi compared to a working mom. Furthermore, it appears Anglin isn’t going to show up for the trial, which means Gersh will win automatically.

CNET

Anglin initiated his attack against Gersh on Dec. 16, 2016, the day after Sherry Spencer posted an article to Medium accusing Gersh of bullying her into selling her property. The property had become the focus of Whitefish locals because of negative attention the town was getting as a result of Richard Spencer, who initially owned part of it, according to the lawsuit. Sherry, who lives in Dallas, has said her son no longer has an ownership stake.

Anglin encouraged his readers to participate in “an old fashioned Troll Storm” and tell Gersh what they thought of her “Jew agenda.” He published her address, telephone number and Twitter handle, as well as contact information for Judah Gersh, her husband, and Love Lives Here, a local group that promotes diversity.

Anglin also included the Twitter handle of Gersh’s son, whom he called a “creepy little faggot.”

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