“Nazis” who posted flyers on SMU campus are wanted by police

SO-CALLED NAZIS POSTING FLYERS AT SMU.

NAZI CRIME.

I’ve seen the story featured in this post on at least three news websites. The press seems to think there’s something wrong with standing up for your race if you’re white. The police agree.

The “Nazis” in this story are wanted by the police even though their chosen method of protest was peaceful and resulted in no harm to anyone’s property.

Fake news CNN is the source I used to bring you this tale of Nazi terrorism.

CNN

The Texas chapter of an American Nazi group says its members were just trying to help stop the opioid epidemic. Their signs tell a very different message.

“White men! Save your people. Reject the opioid beast!” one sign reads; two masked men stand in front, giving a Nazi salute.

Another reads, “misplaced pride,” and is accompanied by false statistics about gay men.

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White Nationalist Group, Identity Evropa, Set Up Memorial for Kate

CBS News

SAN FRANCISCO — A white nationalist group set up a memorial for Kate Steinle near where she was shot at Pier 14, just one of several impassioned reactions after an undocumented immigrant was found not guilty of murder in her shooting death, CBS San Francisco reports.

The group, called Identity Evropa, decorated the memorial with flowers, candles, and messages that read “Build the wall” and that Steinle’s death “will be avenged.”

James Woods understands better than most that we’ve hit a turning point. Trump is winning because San Francisco endorsed murder to say “F*ck you” to the President.

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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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British Guardian: Tennessee White Lives Matter Rally Passes Quietly

RALLY PARTICIPANTS.

COUNTERPROTESTERS.

What happened in Tennessee on Saturday at the two White Lives Matter rallies?

Not much from the point of view of the left, which would have reveled in having a dead body to parade around the media.

The significance of the event is that at least some people who followed this story out of curiosity got to hear white people talking about the importance of race.

This post condenses the liberal British Guardian’s coverage of the rally and adds nine Tweets that offer short videos that cover some of the significant moments.

Excerpt from The Guardian

White nationalists were heavily outnumbered by around 600 counter-protesters during a Saturday afternoon “White Lives Matter” rally in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, that passed off uneventfully after police kept the two groups separated.

At around 3pm, a small group of white nationalists left the city’s public square. Counter-protesters, who had lined routes into town chanting “Murfreesboro loves”, “refugees are welcome here” and “this is what democracy looks like”, chanted “black lives matter” and “na na na na goodbye”.

Murfreesboro city officials, who had been anticipating a large number of white nationalists coming into the area, said the rally had been “without reports of incident”.

Earlier in the day, another rally was held in nearby Shelbyville. Police said one counterprotester was arrested and cited for disorderly conduct after he exhibited “threatening behavior”. Shelbyville police lieutenant Brian Crews told the Tennessean that besides that, “everything went lovely”.

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White nationalists stage anti-refugee protests in Tennessee

PART OF THE WHITE NATIONALIST GROUP.

This is the first of at least two and possibly more posts on the White Lives Rally in Tennessee today. There’s a lot going on and it’s going to be more understandable if there are multiple posts on the rally.

Reuters gives a straight report, without mixing in the usual toxic opinion with the facts.

It’s a good place to start the series of posts here since you should be able to clearly see how most of the rest of the reporting is horribly biased.

Kudos to Reuters for NOT citing the SPLC as a source in this story.

Reuters

SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. (Reuters) – About 300 white nationalists and neo-Nazis held back-to-back rallies in two small Tennessee cities on Saturday to protest refugee resettlement in the state, which sued the federal government over the issue earlier this year.

The “White Lives Matter” rallies in Shelbyville and Murfreesboro, organized by some of the same groups involved in a Virginia march that turned violent in August, drew an equal number of counter-demonstrators and a heavy police presence.

The protesters started in Shelbyville, then traveled about 35 miles north to Murfreesboro for a second rally. Both towns are near Nashville, center of a metropolitan area has become home to refugees from Somalia, Iraq and elsewhere.

“We don’t want the federal government to keep dumping all these refugees into middle Tennessee,” said Brad Griffin, a member of a group known as the League of the South who has written about his desire to create a white “ethnostate.”

Saturday’s rallies were organized by the Nationalist Front coalition, which embraces groups considered neo-Nazi or neo-Confederate by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups.

To help keep the peace, Shelbyville police used temporary fencing to separate the white nationalists from counter-demonstrators. Anyone seeking to enter the area was searched. Guns, backpacks, sticks and other items that might double as weapons were banned.

The white nationalist demonstrators gathered behind a half dozen white shields emblazoned with red crosses. Counter-protesters carried signs with slogans including “Don’t Hate” and “Veterans for Peace.” Two lines of police, some in riot gear, stood between the two sides, who shouted at each other.

One man was arrested for disorderly conduct, but there were no injuries, local media said. The reports could not be immediately confirmed.

Later in Murfreesboro, where protesters were prohibited from carrying shields, or wearing masks or helmets, the rally remained peaceful, the city said on Twitter.

Local officials and faith leaders had denounced the gatherings, fearing they could inflame racial, ethnic and religious animosities in the state.

Over the last 15 years, about 18,000 refugees have been resettled in Tennessee, less than 1 percent of the state’s population, according to the Tennessean newspaper.

The state filed a lawsuit the federal government in March saying it had been unduly forced to pay for refugee resettlements. It was the first state to bring such a case on the basis of the 10th Amendment, which limits U.S. government powers to those provided by the Constitution. Other states have filed similar suits on different legal grounds.

“When they say refugees, what they really mean is Muslims,” said Ibrahim Hooper, a spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, referring to Saturday’s protesters.

He noted that a Murfreesboro mosque has been a source of controversy and vandalism for years.

“Tennessee is one of the states that has seen a rise in anti-Muslim bigotry in recent years, particularly since the election,” Hooper said.

President Donald Trump has sought to ban travel from six Muslim-majority countries since he took office and called during his 2016 election campaign for a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States.”

Unless I missed it, Reuters didn’t use the phrases “white supremacy” or “hate groups” even once.

More rally news later on Saboteur365 as we look at all the news today.

One So-Called Neo-Nazi in Higher Education is One too Many for the Marxist Majority

Police are on the job, investigating Mark Neuhoff’s Facebook account. He has committed serious thought crimes, you see. For example, he believes that only the white race can save Western Civilization.

How long before he’s kicked out of higher education?

He may have bigger things to worry about. Like prison.

Think Progress

A graduate student and teaching instructor at Virginia Tech has been discovered to be an avowed white supremacist, but university officials have yet to take any action to dismiss him.

Mark Neuhoff, who teaches English composition at the university part-time, was discovered in late September to have posted a series of racist comments on social media. “I want white supremacy,” one post read. “Whites must be in control if we are to preserve western culture. Categorically, no other race can do it.”

A group calling itself New River Valley Against Fascism obtained screenshots of Neuhoff’s social media posts and published them in a September 26 blog post. They include multiple comments about Holocaust denial, as well as one post about how Neuhoff managed to get himself banned from the infamous neo-Nazi site Stormfront for talking about the importance of having free speech in a White Nationalist society.

When asked by the Roanoke Times to explain the posts, Neuhoff said that they were an “accurate reflection of my personal beliefs.” “All of the posts are private for a specific audience who knows and understands who I am,” Neuhoff said. “What I was doing with my posts was trying to redefine the term that is destructive and shuts someone down — white supremacist.”

On September 29, a small group of protesters interrupted Virginia Tech President Tim Sands’ annual State of the University speech, criticizing his refusal to dismiss Neuhoff. One of the protesters, Tori Coan, had filed a complaint earlier in September claiming that Neuhoff had personally targeted her, and that she had received more than 70 phone calls from a blocked number. Police have now requested transcripts of all of Neuhoff’s Facebook activity between August 20 and October 13, as part of an investigation into the charge of threatening death or bodily injury.

Tori Coan has removed her Twitter account, but if you search for her on Google, there’s still a photo of her that you can look at. Her Instagram has been scrubbed too. From what I saw and was able to read, she graduated from a Catholic high school in 2014, where she was a runner.

Other than that, there’s nothing about her on the Internet except for this revealing quote from the cancelled Twitter that showed up on Google:

Just a well adjusted twenty-something yr old trying to lure men to their deaths.

On October 6, after an antifascist demonstration outside Neuhoff’s classroom, President Tim Sands released a statement. “Virginia Tech’s administration… find the ideology encompassed by white supremacy, neo-fascism, neo-Nazism, and others to be abhorrent and to have no place in modern society,” he said. “We also remain committed to our policies and procedures that prohibit disrupting, teaching, learning, research, and the operation of the university.”

Neuhoff, in other words, has not been let go. He remains an instructor on campus, despite a growing outcry from both students and alumni. A petition calling for the removal of Neuhoff from his teaching position has collected nearly 3,000 signatures.

Of course, white supremacy has long had a place in academia. Think of the role of “science” in the eugenics movement, for example, or more recently, the textbook that called slaves in the United States “workers” and “immigrants.” There are also several high-profile white supremacists in academia. Last December, the philosophy department at the State University of New York at Stony Brook flew into an uproar after it emerged that Jason Reza Jorjani, a Ph.D alumnus, was heavily involved with the white supremacist movement. Jorjani, who says he has “disavowed” his previous white nationalist allegiances, was caught on tape about how he envisioned a future where Europe embraces fascism.

“It’s going to end with the expulsion of the majority of migrants including citizens, who are of Muslim descent, generally” Jorjani told an undercover researcher from the British charity Hope Not Hate. “That’s how it’s going to end. It’s going to end with concentration camps and expulsion and war. At the cost of a few hundred million people.”

It’s foolish to post politically incorrect material under your real name on Facebook. In particular, the phrase “white supremacy” conjures up images of innocent dead Negros hanging from trees. He’s probably not a white supremacist anyway, but rather a white nationalist or a race realist.

Don’t describe yourself using the labels the enemy puts on you. Never!

Wacko Woman Forced to Close Her Anti-White Coffee Shop After Wacko Daughter Calls Cops “racist bullies”, Sparking Boycott

Trendy, hipster coffee shops tend to attract lefties as owners and customers.

The White Rose in Lynn, Massachusetts, was no exception.

But when the store’s manager, the owner’s daughter, revealed her anti-racist (= anti-white) opinions on Facebook, the world of mother and daughter imploded in just a week.

Sacramento Bee

Kato Mele found her Massachusetts coffee shop embroiled in a growing controversy after her daughter made anti-police comments on a personal Facebook page.

ALT-RIGHT NOT WELCOME.

The Oct. 13 comments prompted online backlash, according to the Boston Globe, with people writing that they hope Mele’s daughter drowns or is attacked.

Mele told WCVB5 that she decided to close the White Rose Coffee House — her one-year-old coffee shop in Lynn, Mass. — just a week after her daughter made the controversial statements.

The reason: She wants to “stop being harassed,” she said.

“I’ve lost my business and I’ve lost my daughter,” she told the local paper the Daily Item. “This is completely out of control. I just want to be left alone.”

Mele’s daughter, a manager at White Rose, wrote on Facebook that she would not allow a “Coffee with a Cop” event at the coffee shop, according to the Associated Press. She got into an argument with other commenters on her Facebook post, and wrote there that cops are racist and bullies, AP reported.

“They uphold an unjust system and murder without consequence,” she also wrote, according to News7.

THE BAD DAUGHTER SOPHIE.

Screenshots of the conversation quickly spread, according to the Globe, and many flocked to the shop’s Facebook page to give it poor ratings while others continuously called the coffee shop to threaten Mele and her daughter, she said.

Mele, who found out about the Facebook post while she was working her second job as an Uber driver, wrote an open letter addressed to the Lynn Police Department announcing that she fired her daughter.

“The White Rose Coffee House publicly acknowledges and apologizes to all Law Enforcement agencies and specifically the Lynn Massachusetts Police Department,” she wrote.“The White Rose Coffee House realizes that we have a long road to hoe to ingratiate and demonstrate our true appreciation for law enforcement and all first responders.

“As a beginning, I invite interested Lynn law enforcement to visit the White Rose on Monday, Oct. 16, or anytime, to help us make amends.”

WACK JOB KATO MELE.

Neither police officers nor her usual morning customers showed up Monday, according to the Daily Item, despite her passionate apology and Lynn Police Chief Michael Mageary saying “this is a non-story.”

Now the shop, which the Globe described as “a place for locals to come get coffee or a beer, to see art or listen to music” is closed for good.

“This is a community that’s on the rise. We were hoping to be a part of that,” she told WCVB5. “It’s very sad for me knowing we’re not going to be a part of that.”

Wow! We’re doing some good work. We have the NFL on the ropes, Harvey Weinstein possibly going to prison, and much more, including this small victory for traditional values. And this victory took place in the most liberal state in America, Massachusetts!