It could have been a triumphant weekend for racist "alt-right" front man Richard B. Spencer capped by a victorious speech at Michigan State University.Instead, it turned into a disaster, as restaurants and clubs booted Spencer and his followers seeking to hold a meeting/party and more people were arrested outside of his speech than heard it inside.
Richard Spencer had a very bad, terrible, no-good weekend capped by a sparsely attended speechQuoteIt could have been a triumphant weekend for racist "alt-right" front man Richard B. Spencer capped by a victorious speech at Michigan State University.Instead, it turned into a disaster, as restaurants and clubs booted Spencer and his followers seeking to hold a meeting/party and more people were arrested outside of his speech than heard it inside.
it's cool that newspapers love posting sympathetic profiles of heartland fascist wannabes and op-eds about the awful alt-left
"Maybe they're not even Russians," he told NBC News. "Maybe they're Ukrainians, Tatars, Jews, just with Russian citizenship. Even that needs to be checked."
But Mr Putin said he "couldn't care less" if they were Russians."So what if they're Russians?" he said. "There are 146 million Russians. So what?"
bizarre. I mean that these dumbfucks could organize anything that could generate a following.
Three package bombs have gone off in Austin, Texas, in the past two weeks, and they appear to have targeted members of prominent black families, the president of the local NAACP told NBC News Wednesday.
A black man brutally beaten at last year's "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville -- and who was later charged with assaulting a white nationalist -- was acquitted Friday. DeAndre Harris, 20, a former special education instructional assistant, was found not guilty by Charlottesville General District Judge Robert Downer Jr. on a misdemeanor charge of assault and battery against Harold Crews, a North Carolina attorney and state chairman of the self-described white nationalist group League of the South....[Harris] suffered a spinal injury and head lacerations that required 10 stitches. ...Two months later, his legal path took an unexpected turn when Crews filed a police report and persuaded a Charlottesville magistrate to issue an arrest warrant in October on a felony charge of unlawful wounding, which carries a five-year maximum sentence. ...The judge also condemned both the Unite the Right ralliers and the counterprotesters."The behavior I've seen is appalling," he said. "I can say this without question -- that there was bad behavior all around."He also defended Crews. "I didn't see that he did anything wrong that day at all."In the end, the judge declared Harris not guilty because he did not intend to hit Crews with a flashlight and was trying to defend his friend, who was locked in a struggle with Crews. ...Online sleuths, led by Black Lives Matter activist and Intercept journalist Shaun King, helped track down the identities and whereabouts of several men police say assaulted Harris ... Trials are scheduled for late April and early May, though Davis's trial has not been set yet.
Marcus had connected the situation to a broader picture of what she described as "reverse racism", writing that "the truth is, there are versions of this anti-white, vengeance theme swirling in movements around the western world, from Black Lives Matter in the US to Invasion Day protests back home".By emphasising white kinship and white peril, the paper's columnists may have gotten the result they were looking for. But they weren't the only outlet on 12 March to urge their government to help the farmers.The same day, on American "race realist" website, VDare, Leo Hohmann, the author of a recent book on the supposed "stealth invasion" of the west by Muslim immigrants, was saying that the farmers have "their collective heads on the block".
Figures gathered from the analytics service comScore show the right-wing news website's traffic has plunged from 15 million unique visitors in October to just 7.8 million in February, according to the news outlet.
White nationalists are disavowing the murderous neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division--not because of the murder, but because the group can't shake persistent rumors that it's a gateway organization for a satanic cult.Atomwaffen is an extremist group that received national attention after being implicated in five murders from May 2017 to January 2018. But even before the most recent slaying, Atomwaffen was under fire from others on the far right who claimed the group was actually a mouthpiece for the Order of Nine Angles, a satanic group that encourages members to infiltrate extremist political movements, whose members might be susceptible to conversion.
The Order of Nine Angles is British-based, but steeped in Nazism. A fringe occultist group whose literature encourages human sacrifices, the ONA champions Nazi Germany and pushes Holocaust denialism. One of the group's longest-running leaders, Anton Long, is rumored to have been a pseudonym for the known neo-Nazi David Myatt.The ONA requires members (called Noctulians) to spend six months either hitchhiking, working as a burglar, working as a police officer, or infiltrating an extremist political group."Undertake the role of extreme political activist and so champion heretical views (by, e.g. becoming involved in extreme Right-Wing activism)," the group demands in one of its introductory books. "The aim is to express fanaticism in action and be seen by all 'right-thinking people' as an extremist, and a dangerous one."