KKK advertising itself as ‘Kool Kids Klub’ on flyers in Upstate NY neighborhood

Well, well, well. What have we here?

Is the Kool Kids Klub really distributing flyers to homes or are Jews perpetrating another hoax in order to keep the shekels flying into the coffers of the ADL and the SPLC by scaring low information, disengaged people who believe that the Klan is lynching thousands of po’ ol’ Nigras every year.

And why is it a serious police matter when flyers are thrown onto someone’s property. Do the police go after other groups who do the same?

Syracuse.com

Flyers advertising a Ku Klux Klan rally were found on driveways in an Upstate NY neighborhood, and local police are asking for the public’s help to determine who put them there.

The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office posted pictures of the flyers on Facebook. They were sealed inside plastic bags which had kitty litter in them to weigh them down.

“Please be aware that there are individuals going around representing themselves as members of the KKK,” the Sheriff’s Office warned residents. “Recent activity has them in Northville over night where they are leaving small bags containing informational pamphlets and kitty litter. This is NOT harmful and can be thrown out.”

The fliers advertise a Klan Rally in Charlottsville, Virginia, in July. They refer to “cultural genocide of white people” and say, “The Kool Kids Klub wants you.”

Police have asked for anyone with information, or a security camera that can show a license plate number of the people who distributed the fliers, to call the sheriff’s office at 518-736-2100.

Police could cite possible suspects for littering.

It’s not the first instance of Klan activity in Upstate NY this year. In February, residents in Fort Plain found Valentine’s Day-themed Klan recruitment flyers telling white people to “love your own race.”

The comments at the source site are just more of the usual name calling. No one ever wants to tackle the issue of how loving your own people is equal to hating all other people. They won’t tackle it because they don’t have a case.

Video: Let’s Play ZOG’s Nightmare (Level 1)

This video shows what it’s like to kill Jews. The Jews conveniently wear yellow stars in the computer game called Zog’s Nightmare.

From the youtube information box:

Uploaded on Sep 13, 2011

Another neo-nazi first person shooter, this one made in FPS Creator by Jim Ramm, a former National Socialist Movement member. More polished than Ethnic Cleansing but still laughably bad. Level’s 1 to 3 all share the same executionable with 4, 5 & 6 each having their own, no idea why.

There’s a very annoying audio glitch that repeats gunshot samples until you switch weapons, jumping over the rusty barricades will land you in the minus zone and swiftly kill you.

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White New Orleans Principal Fired After Spotted Wearing “Nazi” Rings in Video

NICHOLAS DEAN. PRINCIPAL AT A BLACK SCHOOL.

Nicolas Dean, the principal of a black school, who has been making headlines in New Orleans the last week or two, has nothing bad to say about African-Americans. In fact, he makes it clear that he admires their racial solidarity.

Where he raised the hackles of social justice warriors is being smart enough to know that white genocide is real. He used to be a liberal, which makes him more aware than many.

Anyway, Dean’s efforts to raise awareness of white genocide has gotten him fired.

NOLA

Crescent Leadership Academy Principal Nicholas Dean has been removed from his job. The announcement was made shortly after a video surfaced showing him wearing rings associated with white nationalism and the Nazi movement.

He “will not return as the Principal or be associated with Crescent Leadership Academy,” the charter school’s parent group and board said in a statement Thursday (May 25).

Dean declined to comment.

Photographer Abdul Aziz posted the video to Facebook and YouTube three days after Crescent Leadership management removed Dean from the campus while investigating a photo that showed him at the statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee next to a Confederate flag.

NICHOLAS DEAN HELPING BLACK STUDENTS AT HIS FORMER SCHOOL.

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Shock! Stormfront Allegedly Broke, Nearly Ready to Shut Down

Stormfront, American Renaissance, Henry Makow, David Icke, Jeff Rense, and Alex Jones were my introduction to alternative ways of seeing things. That was back in 2005.

Although I don’t have much time to visit any of these sites any more, it would be a blow to free speech if Stormfront closed its doors. One thing I do not like about the site is the way that members slam each other when they disagree. Amren offers a much better experience in that regard.

SPLC Hatewatch

After a string of high profile departures, the future of Stormfront is more uncertain than ever. In just three months, the Internet’s most notorious and deadly white supremacist community has lost two charismatic leaders and the ability to process credit card donations.

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Based Stickman Forming New Alt-Right Street Fighting Group to Protect Innocents from Antifa Attacks

If the Stickman and his group are present in Berkeley as Ann Coulter tries to give her talk, the antifa are going to have to watch their behavior.

SPLC

A new fight-club “fraternity” of young white, pro-Trump men is being formed, its organizers claim, to defend free-speech rights by “Alt-Right” leaders and engage in street fighting.

Kyle Chapman, a California activist arrested earlier this month in a clash in Berkeley between anti-fascist protesters and pro-Trump demonstrators, announced this week he is forming the Fraternal Order of Alt Knights (cleverly called “FOAK).

Chapman, who uses the Internet meme “Based Stick Man,” says his new militant, highly-masculine group will be the “tactical defensive arm” of the Proud Boys, another group that shows up at pro-Trump rallies looking to rumble with counter-protesters.

“We don’t fear the fight. We are the fight,” Chapman said in a recent social media post announcing FOAK’s formation.

“I’m proud to announce that my newly created Fraternal Order of Alt-Knights will be partnering with Proud Boys,” Chapman said, with the “full-approval” of its founder, Gavin McInnes.

McInnes co-founded Vice magazine a decade ago and more recently has been a frequent guest on FOX News and a contributor for the racist site VDARE where he denigrated Muslims and called Asian Americans “slopes” and “riceballs.”

Now described as a “neo-masculine reactionary,” McInnes calls his Proud Boys a “pro-West fraternal organization.”

Others describe it as the military arm of the Alt-Right.

And now there’s “FOAK,” which Chapman proudly describes as a “fraternal organization,” a Proud Boys affiliate chapter, “with its own bylaws, constitution, rituals and vetting processes.”

Although there initially aren’t any overt racist themes, the new Alt-Right group of street fighters sounds quite similar to a neo-Nazi “fight club” called the “DIY Division.” Members of that white supremacist group showed up last month in Huntington Beach, California, mingling with an estimated 2,000 Trump supporters.

The Proud Boys reportedly have a four-step initiation process. It starts with a prospect declaring himself a “Proud Boy,” suiting up in Fred Perry polo shirts with yellow strips—similar to those worn by skinheads.

The second degree is a “cereal beat-in” during which the new member is punched and beaten by current members until the plebe can rattle off the names of five cereals (you know, Corn Flakes, Rice Krispies, Cheerios!)

The third degree reported involves “adhering to the masturbation regimen and getting a tattoo,” blogger Will Sommer wrote in a recent post.

Since then, a fourth-degree has been added to the initiation ritual – brawling with antifascists at public rallies.

Chapman said his Proud Boys’ affiliate, Alt-Knights, are ready to take it to the streets.

“Our emphasis will be on street activism, preparation, defense and confrontation,” he said. “We will protect and defend our right wing brethren when the police and government fail to do so.”

Chapman says his organization “is for those that possess the Warrior Spirit. The weak or timid need not apply.”

STICKMAN GETS IN A LICK AT BERKELEY.

Violent Neo-Nazi Turns Traitor, Embracing Mulitculturalism and Diversity

CHRISTOPHER PICCOLINI IN 1992.

There is a strong factual case that can be made for white superiority (what the press calls white supremacy). There is also a strong philosophical case that can be made for white identity (also called white supremacy by the press).

To be connected to your people and to reality does not require burning down black churches or beating people up for no reason.

The lost soul at the heart of this story latched onto the violent skinhead movement at a young age, but later in life turned traitor to his race and to practical common sense.

Instead of renouncing violence, but proclaiming his love for his people, he stabbed them in the back and became an antiracist.

Excerpt from Huffpost

As a 14-year-old in 1980s Chicago, Christian Picciolini was ripe for recruitment into a hate group: He was bullied, didn’t have a lot of friends and felt “abandoned” by his Italian immigrant parents who worked long hours.

One day, when he was standing in an alley smoking a joint, a car pulled up, and a man with a shaved head came out, pulled the joint out of his mouth and said:

“Don’t you know that’s what the Jews and the Communists want you to do to keep you docile?”

That man was Clark Martell, a national leader of the white supremacist skinhead movement. Martell’s history of violence, according to a 1989 Chicago Tribune article, included targeting LGBTQ people and people of color. He once attempted to burn down the house of a Latino family.

Picciolini was recruited into Martell’s neo-Nazi skinhead group in 1987, and when Martell ended up in prison a couple of years later, Picciolini took the helm.

“He made me feel powerful when I felt powerless, gave me family and a sense of purpose,” Picciolini told HuffPost. “I was a nobody kid people picked on for having a funny name ― and [a few years later] I was respected and powerful.”

Over a decade later, in 2009, he co-founded Life After Hate, a small nonprofit run entirely by former members of America’s radical far-right, dedicated to supporting those who have left, or are seeking to leave, hate groups in the U.S.

It’s the only organization of its kind in the country ― and it’s up against a growing problem: The number of hate groups in the U.S. has doubled in the last 10 to 15 years, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, and around 80 percent of those groups advocate white supremacist beliefs.

One key strategy the group uses to help people leave extremism behind is to facilitate in-person meetings between former extremists and members of groups they once discriminated against ― for instance, having a former Islamophobe meet an imam, or letting a onetime Holocaust denier talk with a survivor.

“As former extremists from the far right, what changed us is when we received compassion from the people we least deserved it from,” Picciolini said. “Often times they’ve never met a black person or had a meaningful conversation with a Muslim or Jewish person. I get them into a situation where they can sit and talk, and realize there are more things in common than differences.”

The strategy derives from “contact theory,” or the well-researched idea that contact with groups from different backgrounds can increase tolerance. It seems to have worked for certain high-profile extremists, such as former white nationalist Derek Black, who began leaving the movement after being invited to a series of Shabbat dinners by a Jewish fellow college student, and Life After Hate Deputy Director Angela King, who left the skinhead movement after being befriended by a group of Jamaican women in prison.

Jared Taylor of American Renaissance is one of the SPLC’s so-called haters. I’m reminded of an article he wrote a few years ago about why he likes black people. Being a separatist, segregationist, or White Nationalist does not require anyone to indiscriminately hate, although we’ve argued here many times before that righteous hatred is a good thing.

Separatism simply requires that one acknowledge a natural preference for people who look the way they do. It means being honest enough to admit to membership in a tribe (the German tribe, the Irish tribe, etc.) and then pledge loyalty to one’s tribe when it’s under attack.

Turning traitor is one of the worse things one can do.

Piccolini is a traitor. He was and still is a person with issues related to living. He should be shamed and shunned. Let him make a living as a tattoo artist or something.

CHRISTOPHER PICCOLINI TODAY.

Tanya Gersh, the Jew who went after Richard Spencer’s mother, sues Andrew Anglin for hurting her feelings

Andrew Anglin has not yet responded to the lawsuit filed against him by the SPLC and the Jewish woman who alleges that he terrorized her by saying mean things online. I’m sure Anglin’s JEW lawyer will advise him to remain silent. I say JEW lawyer because it hardly seems there is any other kind.

This case may easily set a precedent relating to online speech. If the plaintiff is successful, the kind of writing that has been so effective in shutting down the left (mockery and ridicule) will be quashed.

SPLC

The Southern Poverty Law Center, along with its Montana co-counsel, filed suit in federal court today against the founder of a major neo-Nazi website who orchestrated a harassment campaign that has relentlessly terrorized a Jewish woman and her family with anti-Semitic threats and messages.

The lawsuit describes how Andrew Anglin used his web forum, the Daily Stormer – the leading extremist website in the country – to publish 30 articles urging his followers to launch a “troll storm” against Tanya Gersh, a real estate agent in Whitefish, Montana. Gersh, her husband and 12-year-old son have received more than 700 harassing messages since December.

The intimidation began after Anglin accused Gersh of attempting to extort money from the mother of Richard Spencer. The younger Spencer heads the National Policy Institute, a white nationalist organization.

Anglin and Spencer are both prominent leaders of the “alt-right” movement that rallied white nationalists behind President Donald Trump’s campaign.

“Andrew Anglin knew he had an online army primed to attack with the click of a mouse,” said SPLC President Richard Cohen. “We intend to hold him accountable for the suffering he has caused Ms. Gersh and to send a strong message to those who use their online platforms as weapons of intimidation.”

The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Montana, Missoula Division, seeks compensatory and punitive damages. It accuses Anglin of invading Gersh’s privacy and intentionally inflicting emotional distress. It also outlines how his campaign violated the Montana Anti-Intimidation Act.

“There’s no place in Montana for the hate Andrew Anglin unleashed from the darkest corners of the internet,” said co-counsel John Morrison, a partner with Morrison, Sherwood, Wilson, & Deola. “The attack on Tanya Gersh was an attack on all of us.”

If Tanya Gersh, pictured, wins her lawsuit, this type of trolling would probably be actionable as a civil tort. The star plus the “Filthy Juden” words could easily be ruled intimidation, bullying, and a form of terrorism.

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