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December 27, 2016

Nazi's Plan Heavily-Armed March on small town of Whitefish Montana; Target Jews

and human rights/peace organizations. Storm Front plans this march in support of Nazi Richard Spencer (Heil Trump, Heil our people) and they say they will bus in skinheads from the Bay area with high-powered rifles.

If they come, I will be there to protest against them.

Anti-Semitic group plans armed march in small Montana town
Neo-Nazis escalate their harassment campaign against Jews in the hometown of a white supremacist leader’s mother.

The Daily Stormer, a popular American neo-Nazi website, is organizing an armed march in Whitefish, Montana, home of white nationalist leader Richard Spencer’s mother.

In a recent blog post that features Hilter’s face as its banner image, Andrew Anglin, publisher of the white supremacist website, announced he’s planning an armed march in the town for the second week of January — days before President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration.

“Montana has extremely liberal open carry laws, so my lawyer is telling me we can easily march through the center of the town carrying high-powered rifles,” Anglin wrote, adding that he plans to be there personally. “Currently, my guys say we are going to be able to put together about 200 people to participate in the march, which will be against Jews, Jewish businesses and everyone who supports either. We will be busing in skinheads from the Bay Area.”

Anglin has organized a harassment campaign against Jews in Whitefish because a building owned by Spencer’s mother has been targeted for protests by people upset by her son’s hateful views, which were on full display last month during a white nationalist conference in Washington, D.C. During his speech at the conference, Spencer made a Nazi salute and yelled, “Hail Trump, hail our people, hail victory!”

more at link above

Raw Story reports the march is planned for the second week of January

‘We can march through town carrying high-powered rifles’: Neo-Nazi plans march against Montana Jews

Ramping up their attacks on the a Montana town where white supremacist Richard Spencer lives part of the year, neo-Nazis are planning an armed march down main street in January, reports Fox-Montana.

The small town of Whitefish has become a hub of turmoil with the rise of Spencer whose mother owns a business in the downtown district. While Sherry Spencer doesn’t share his son’s white separatist beliefs, she has been taking heat and facing financial setbacks from locals because she allows him to use her address as the headquarters for his deceptively named National Policy Institute.


“We have to stand up to these people, and we have to force an apology,” The Forward reports Anglin wrote. “This will be an absolutely massive victory for our cause. We have never done this before.”

According to local police, they have received no information on the march which is tentatively scheduled for the second week in January.


Ever the busy white nationalist, Anglin recently threw a tantrum after athletic shoe company New Balance ignored his entreaties to become “the official shoes of White people.” Anglin blamed earlier reports that New Balance was catering to the Donald Trump crowd on the “lying Jewish media.”

More at link above

December 24, 2016

Trump co-chair wants Michelle Obama to "return to being a male and 'let loose' in Zimbabwe to live

in a cave with a gorilla."

Post Politics
Trump ‘friend’ and N.Y. campaign co-chair says he wants Obama dead of ‘mad cow disease’ in 2017
By Abby Phillip December 23 at 1:58 PM

American businessman Carl Paladino at Trump Tower on Dec. 5 in New York. (Kena Betancur/AFP/Getty Images)

Carl Paladino, a former Republican nominee for governor of New York and an adviser to president-elect Trump, included the death of President Obama and “return” of first lady Michelle Obama to Africa on his list of things he wanted for 2017.

Paladino was responding to a survey by an alternative weekly magazine, Artvoice.

Asked what he would like to happen in 2017, he said he hopes that “Obama catches mad cow disease” and dies after having relations with a Hereford, a type of cow. Asked what he would most like to see go, Paladino responded that Michelle Obama would “return to being male” and be “let loose” in Zimbabwe.

Artvoice: What would you most like to happen in 2017?

Carl Paladino: Obama catches mad cow disease after being caught having relations with a Herford. He dies before his trial and is buried in a cow pasture next to Valerie Jarret, who died weeks prior, after being convicted of sedition and treason, when a Jihady cell mate mistook her for being a nice person and decapitated her.

Artvoice: What would you most like to see go in 2017?

Carl Paladino: Michelle Obama. I’d like her to return to being a male and let loose in the outback of Zimbabwe where she lives comfortably in a cave with Maxie, the gorilla.

In a statement to The Post, Paladino denied that the comments were racist.

“It has nothing to do with race,” Paladino said. “That’s the typical stance of the press when they can’t otherwise defend the acts of the person being attacked.”
More at link: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/12/23/trump-friend-and-n-y-campaign-co-chair-says-he-wants-obama-dead-of-mad-cow-disease-in-2017/?utm_term=.d591aad4140d

But this election wasn't about race or misogyny right? We just needed to learn how to 'speak their language' right?

December 22, 2016

White Nationalists (AKA NAZIs) Raise Millions With Tax-Exempt Charities

White Nationalists Raise Millions With Tax-Exempt Charities

The federal government has allowed four groups at the forefront of the white nationalist movement to register as charities and raise more than $7.8 million in tax-deductible donations over the past decade, according to an Associated Press review.

Already emboldened by Donald Trump's popularity, group leaders say they hope the president-elect's victory helps them raise even more money and gives them a larger platform for spreading their ideology.

With benevolent-sounding names such as the National Policy Institute and New Century Foundation, the tax-exempt groups present themselves as educational organizations and use donors' money to pay for websites, books and conferences to further their ideology. The money also has personally compensated leaders of the four groups.


New Century Foundation, a Virginia-based nonprofit, has raised more than $2 million since 2007 and operates the American Renaissance online magazine, which touts a philosophy that it's "entirely normal" for whites to want to be a majority race.


Taylor, whose tax filing says he received $65,000 in compensation in 2015, said he isn't raising money to enrich himself or his group.

"We hold it in trust for the white race," he said. "We take this seriously. This is not something we do for fun or profit. This is our duty to our people."


The Montana-based National Policy Institute is run by Richard Spencer, who popularized the term "alternative right" about a decade ago. The so-called alt-right is a fringe movement that has been described as a mix of racism, white nationalism and populism.

Spencer's group raised $442,482 in tax-deductible contributions from 2007 through 2012. More recent fundraising figures for the group aren't available in online tax returns, but Spencer said Trump's candidacy already has boosted his group's fundraising.

Spencer hosted a postelection conference in Washington that ended with audience members mimicking Nazi salutes after Spencer shouted, "Hail Trump, hail our people, hail victory!" Spencer has advocated for an "ethno-state" that would be a "safe space" for white people.

more at this link: http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/white-nationalists-raise-millions-tax-exempt-charities-44341119

[font size = 4]Richard Spencer is the happy go lucky Nazi that has brought the wrath of Storm Front to the small community of Whitefish, Montana - specifically targeting the peace group "Love Lives Here" and those with Jewish-sounding names. Residents were doxed, and pictures were posted of their children, along with where they could be found.[/font]

The Daily Stormer article was filled with anti-Semitic slurs, and yellow stars reminiscent of the ones Jews were forced to wear by the Nazis were superimposed on photographs of the six: a lawyer, a real estate agent, a boy identified as their child, two rabbis and an activist.

The New York Times

The police in Whitefish, Mont., said Tuesday they have stepped up patrols and are working with the FBI after a neo-Nazi and white-supremacist website listed the names and contacts of local Jews, calling on readers to “take action” against them.

Whitefish Police Lt. Bridger Kelch said police in the northwest Montana town were taking the measures after the website, The Daily Stormer, on Friday published phone numbers, work locations, email addresses and photographs of six Flathead County residents. Several of those targeted were from Whitefish, where Sherry Spencer, the mother of the white nationalist leader Richard Spencer, lives and owns a building that has been the subject of protests.

more at link: http://www.seattletimes.com/nation-world/after-neo-nazi-posting-police-in-montana-town-step-up-patrols/

[font size = 4] The state's Democratic Governor, Steve Bullock was scheduled to come to Whitefish today, but the event was cancelled due to security concerns. [/font]

Bullock cancels event addressing Neo-Nazi threats after security concerns reported
Posted By Derek Brouwer on Thu, Dec 22, 2016 at 11:54 AM
Gov. Steve Bullock canceled a press conference in Whitefish today. Bullock had been scheduled to address neo-Nazi threats in the area, but canceled apparently in response to "security concerns," the Whitefish Pilot reports.

The event was planned in response to recent conflicts involving white nationalist Richard Spencer and his mother, Sherry Spencer, who lives in Whitefish. Those conflicts led to the posting of personal information about several local Jewish residents on a neo-Nazi website.

More at link: http://missoulanews.bigskypress.com/IndyBlog/archives/2016/12/22/bullock-cancels-event-addressing-neo-nazi-threats-after-security-concerns-reported

December 12, 2016

Russia Seen Moving New Missiles To Eastern Europe

December 8, 20164:46 PM ET

In what could mark an escalation of tensions with the West, commercial satellite images suggest that Russia is moving a new generation of nuclear-capable missiles into Eastern Europe.

Russia appears to be preparing to permanently base its Iskander missile system in Kaliningrad, a sliver of territory it controls along the Baltic coast between Lithuania and Poland. Arms control experts shared fresh satellite imagery with NPR, which they say provides evidence that the Iskander will soon be housed in the Russian-controlled enclave.

The images show ground being cleared for tentlike shelters used at other Iskander bases, says Jeffrey Lewis, a nonproliferation expert at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies. "The pattern, and the size, and the location strongly suggest to us that this is the beginning phase of construction of the shelters for Iskander," Lewis says.

more at link:

December 10, 2016

Land of OZ; Russia Edition. Paul Manafort Returns to Trump Tower; on the phone with Pence regularly

I read this about a week ago and the pit that has resided in my stomach since the night of November 8 sank just a bit further. It flew largely under the radar, but now perhaps it will warrant a bit more attention.

If you have a twitter account - please take a few seconds and Tweet this article out. In light of the CIA's findings, the treasonous Manafort/Putin/Trump connection must be thoroughly exposed on every medium we can reach.


The Land of Oz, Russia Edition
Paul Manafort Is Back and Advising Donald Trump on Cabinet Picks
Paul Manafort left the Trump campaign back in August, or did he? Sources confirm to The Daily Beast that he’s back advising the president-elect.
Olivia Nuzzi
Asawin Suebsaeng
11.30.16 7:35 PM ET

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts—Paul Manafort stood in the foyer of the third-floor ballroom of the Charles Hotel, across the street from the Taubman Building of the Harvard Kennedy School, on Wednesday. Having left his mafioso uniform of gleaming pinstripe suit and tie at home in favor of a half-zip sweater and casual slacks, he went mostly unnoticed, even at an event for political operatives and junkies, where a man of his status should be a star. And Harvard, it turns out, is not the only place the ex-chairman of the Donald Trump presidential campaign and former lobbyist for some of the worst dictators and killers of the 20th century is operating in the shadows these days.


Amid a stream of investigative journalism scrutinizing his political work in Ukraine, of particular interest given Trump’s praise of autocratic Russian President Vladimir Putin, Manafort was axed and replaced by a combination of Steve Bannon, the president of Breitbart News, and Kellyanne Conway, a Republican pollster, who served as the campaign CEO and manager, respectively. How far he faded into the margins of Trump’s orbit is unclear.


But now, a few months and an election night victory later, it seems Manafort is back, and in a position he surely finds more comfortable: one shrouded in almost total mystery. “When they’re picking a cabinet, unless he contacts me, I don’t bother him,” one former campaign official who worked closely with Manafort told The Daily Beast. “It’s a heady time for everyone.”

“I think he’s weighing in on everything,” the former official said, “I think he still talks to Trump every day. I mean, Pence? That was all Manafort. Pence is on the phone with Manafort regularly.

Read the full article at the link above or click here
December 7, 2016

Emboldened by Trump win, Ohio passes "heartbeat" law banning abortion at 6 WEEKS.

All that is required now is Kasich's freakin' signature.

House joins Senate in approving heartbeat abortion bill By Catherine Candisky, Randy Ludlow & Jim Siegel The Columbus Dispatch • Tuesday December 6, 2016 10:29 PM

The election of Donald Trump emboldened majority Republicans in the Ohio General Assembly to pass the strictest abortion law in the nation Tuesday.

In a surprise move in the final days of the lame-duck session, the Senate and House adopted the Heartbeat Bill — long sought by some abortion opponents — to outlaw abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, generally about six weeks into pregnancy.

Previous attempts to pass the bill failed over concerns that it would be ruled unconstitutional in the federal courts, as have similar laws in two other states.

"A new president, new Supreme Court appointees change the dynamic, and there was consensus in our caucus to move forward," said Senate President Keith Faber, R-Celina, when asked why the measure suddenly surfaced to the shock of objecting Democrats.

more at link

On a personal note: I'd like to take this chance to ONCE AGAIN THANK THE ASSHOLES OF JPR and every other fumducker that helped land Hair Twitler in office and empowered jack-wits like these. Nicely done. You got what you wanted, and this is just the beginning. Good for you.

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